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Mercouri G Kanatzidis Research Group

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Publications

What We DO

 Michigan State University

Department of Chemistry

X-ray queue / chemical inventory

Third Workshop on Future Directions of Solid State Chemistry:

The Status of Solid State Chemistry and its Impact in the Physical Sciences

May 18-20, 2006, Sponsored by the NSF

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Featured Topics:►

Inorganic Chemistry,

 Solid State Chemistry

Materials,

Nanocomposites

Nanoscience

 

 

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Research Interests

Courses and Teaching

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Collaborators and Outreach:

Research

Simon Billinge's web page (Local structure from diffraction)

Tim Hogan's
Charge transport Laboratory

Bhanu Mahanti's web page (solid state theory)

Journal of Solid State Chemistry

A link to a
Thermoelectric Company and Introduction
to Thermoelectrics

More about Thermoelectrics

MSU's Crystallography Service

DOES X-RAY
CRYSTALLOGRAPHY
TELL THE WHOLE
STORY?

Look into PDF Analysis!

Problems solved by PDF (see recent papers)

Charge transport characterization of electronic materials

Pulsed laser Deposition of novel electronic materials and quantum well structures
 

Professor Harold Schock's

Engine Research Laboratory

Physics of self-assembly of surfactants

Quantum particles in micro-porous media

Novel narrow-gap semiconductors (thermoelectrics)

Research Projects

 
What We DO

Downloads
Dr. Yoshi Matsushita's Database of Chalcogenide Structures

NSF-NIRT (Nanocrystallography)

Today's Searches
1. Chalcogenide Applications

2. Intermetallics Applications
3. Thermoelectric Applications

 

Funding

 

Office of Naval Research

National Science Foundation

Department of Energy
 

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