Zhuojian Liang

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Electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy at 250 GHz and 9 GHz is utilized to study the dynamics and local structural ordering of a nitroxide-labeled enzyme, T4 lysozyme (EC 3.2.1.17), in aqueous solution from 10 degrees C to 35 degrees C. Two separate derivatives, labeled at sites 44 and 69, were analyzed. The 250-GHz ESR spectra are well described by a(More)
Redox flow batteries are promising technologies for large-scale electricity storage, but have been suffering from low energy density and low volumetric capacity. Here we report a flow cathode that exploits highly concentrated sulphur-impregnated carbon composite, to achieve a catholyte volumetric capacity 294 Ah l(-1) with long cycle life (>100 cycles),(More)
Redox mediators have been widely applied to reduce the charge overpotentials of lithium-oxygen (Li-O2) batteries. Here, we reveal the critical role of redox mediator in suppressing the charging instability of Li-O2 batteries. Using high temporal resolution online electrochemical mass spectrometry, we show that charging with redox mediators (using lithium(More)
The two-body Slowly Relaxing Local Structure (SRLS) model was applied to (15)N NMR spin relaxation in proteins and compared with the commonly used original and extended model-free (MF) approaches. In MF, the dynamic modes are assumed to be decoupled, local ordering at the N-H sites is represented by generalized order parameters, and internal motions are(More)
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