NTFL Attends ACS Meeting
Research Professor, Jason Amsden, attended the annual meeting for the American Chemical Society in Boston, MA. On Thursday August 23, he gave a presentation titled "Prototype coded aperture miniature mass spectrometer using a cycloidal sector mass analyzer".
Joint Paper accepted by Chemistry of Materials
PhD candidate Yihao Zhou, in collaboration with the Glass group and the Mitzi group has written a paper to be published by Chemistry of Materials. The title of the paper, “our paper ‘ Solution-Processed Earth-Abundant Cu2BaSn(S,Se)4 Solar Absorber Using a Low-Toxicity Solvent’ and discusses synthesized, high quality solution processed CuBaSn(S,Se)4 films and fabricated high performance water splitting photocathodes based on the solution processed CuBaSn(S,Se)4 films. The paper demonstrated a pathway towards an environmentally responsible route for high performance, earth-abundant element, air-stable, and low-cost thin-film photoelectrochemical/photovoltaic cells.