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Lingmei Ni

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Title of dissertation

In-situ cell design for Mössbauer spectroscopic characterization of Fe-N-C catalysts

Short summary of dissertation

In-situ Mössbauer Spectroscopy provides a way to investigate the detailed information of iron sites, such as the structural composition, electronic states as well as magnetic environment. A new in-situ cell will be designed and less γ-ray adsorption of electrolyte will be achieved.


2014 – 2017 Beihang University (BUAA), Beijing, China


1. X. Lu, L. Ni, S. Wu, et al. Super-stable centimetre-scale inverse opal belts integrated with CdTe QDs for narrow band fluorescence optical waveguiding. Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 2015, 3(42): 10964-10967.

2. X. Lu, Y. Wu, L. Ni, et al. Fe3 O4 nanopearl decorated carbon nanotubes stemming from carbon onions with self-cleaning and microwave absorption properties. RSC Advances 2015: 54175-54181.

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