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Our lab focuses on applying scanning probe-based nanotechnology in nanostuctures design and properties investigation. We are developing a hybrid technique by combining scanning probe microscopy with optical spectroscopy to understand and predict the single-molecule processes at the nano-scale, including charge transfer, electron localization and generation, photoabsorption and photoemission, which provides new insights into the discover and design of new optical and electronic devices.

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JACS COVER 2022

JACS Cover Again!

We are grateful that JACS selected our study “Controlling Localized Plasmons via an Atomistic Approach: Attainment of Site-Selective Activation inside a Single Molecule” as the cover story again in five months. In this…

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Surface Plasmons Drive Single-bond Chemistry

C&EN reported our recent effort to precisely and selectively active reactions inside a single molecule. this story appeared in Volume 100, Issue 3: https://cen.acs.org/materials/photonics/Surface-plasmons-drive-single-bond/100/i3.

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Controlling Localized Plasmons via an Atomistic Approach

Our paper entitled “Controlling Localized Plasmons via an Atomistic Approach: Attainment of Site-Selective Activation inside a Single Molecule” has been accepted by Journal of the American Chemical Society as a communication. In this…

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JACS Cover!

The front cover art for our manuscript: “Angstrom-Scale Spectroscopic Visualization of Interfacial Interactions in an Organic/Borophene Vertical Heterostructure” (10.1021/jacs.1c04380) is now published in Journal of the American Chemical Society!