|Dept:||Ames Laboratory Of US DOE|
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BioQisheng Lin received his BS at Gannan Normal University, his MS at Fujian Institute of Research and his PhD in Materials Science at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He was a post-doc at Iowa State University and Rutgers University before becomming an Assistant Scientist at Ames Lab. He currently holds the position of Associate Scientist at Ames Lab and the rank of Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry.
Gold Network Structures in Rhombohedral and Monoclinic Sr2Au6(Au,T ...
Inorganic Chemistry (2013)
Quantitative syntheses, structure determinations and interpretations, and band calculations are reported for the nonstoichiometric rhombohedral (R3̅c) and monoclinic (C2/c) Sr2Au6(Au3–xTx) ...
Hexagonal-Diamond-like Gold Lattices, Ba and (Au,T)3 Interstitials, and ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
Au-rich polar intermetallics exhibit a wide variety of structural motifs, and this hexagonal-diamond-like gold host is unprecedented. The series Ba2Au6(Au,T)3 ...
Ca14Au46Sn5: a “Colored” Gd14Ag51-type Structure Containing Columns of Well-Differentiated Hexagonal ...
Inorganic Chemistry (2011)
A novel hexagonal phase discovered near the Ca15Au60Sn25 quasicrystal and its cubic approximants (ACs) was synthesized by means of high-temperature ...