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The Mössbauer Effect Data Center is a research center of the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics within Chinese Academy of Sciences, operating from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics. The current number of data records in the MEDC database – over 100,000.
Relocation of the Mössbauer Effect Data Center
Effective 1 July 2010, the Mössbauer Effect Data Center has been located at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science. Future correspondences should be directed to either the new Director, Prof. Tao Zhang (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or the Secretary General, Prof. Junhu Wang (email@example.com).
Researchers Reveal Cathode’s Working Mechanism for Sodium-ion Battery
Prussian blue analogues (PBAs) have high theoretical specific capacity, long cycle life, environmental benignity, and low cost, which are promising as cathode materials ...
Nankai University and our center reported the investigation of NiFe based catalysts for water oxidation in different pH electrolytes
Renewable electricity driven water splitting offers a green and sustainable way to produce hydrogen (H2). The key to improving the water splitting efficiency is an effic...
MERDJ's Associate Editor, Prof.Yann Garcia attending ICMES 2022
Prof. Yann Garcia, Associate Editor of MERDJ, kick off his conference visits in Saïdia, Morocco by attending ICMES 2022, International Conference on Materials and Enviro...
Tutorial review on in-situ/operando Mössbauer spectroscopy for electrochemistry
Recently, we published a tutorial review "in-situ/operando 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopic technique and its applications in NiFe-based electrocatalysts for oxygen evolut...
Researchers realized precisely characterize single atom iron catalyst by Mössbauer spectroscopic technique
Recently, Our Center in collaboration with Prof. Jong-Beom Baek’s group from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea, realized the preci...
Degradation Mechanism of Non-precious Metal Catalysts for Fuel Cells Revealed by Mössbauer Spectroscopy
The development of efficient non-precious metal catalysts (NPMCs) can help reduce the cost of fuel cells and accelerate their commercialization. At present, non-precious...
Mössbauer Spectroscopic Enhances to Understand Fe Mineralogy Influence on Oxychlorine Formation on Mars
Years of in situ investigation by Mars landers and rovers, plus analysis of Martian meteorites, have shown that oxychlorine species are ubiquitous on the Martian surface...
Chang'e 5 Lunar samples visited our Center
On January 19, Dr. Yang Li, Deputy Director of the Center for Lunar and Planetary Sciences, Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guiyang, China and hi...
A newly developed In-situ/Operando ion battery Fe-57 and Sn-119 Mössbauer Instrument
Recently, a follow-up work, in-situ/operando ion battery Fe-57 and Sn-119 Mössbauer instrument has been developed by our Center in collaboration with Prof. Li Xianfeng; ...
We develop a new strategy for improving the stability of platinum group metal catalysts
Recently, the Center, in collaboration with Prof. Ao Zhimin from the Guangdong University of Technology and Prof. ZHANG Binsen from the Institute of Metals of CAS, const...
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