Researchers publish on new method to boost electron mobility, conductivity

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Two Missouri S&T chemistry researchers are part of an international team that has designed a new metal-organic framework that exhibits dramatic improvements in electron mobility, which could lead to new applications for fuels cells, batteries and other technologies. The team describes its research in a Nature Materials paper published online June 4.

Dr. Gary J. Long, professor of chemistry, and Dr. Fernande Grandjean, adjunct professor of chemistry, are among the paper’s 16 authors. Lead author Dr. Jeffrey R. Long, professor of chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley, is a native of Rolla and Gary Long’s son. The team also includes other researchers from Berkeley and from Kyoto University in Japan, Universidad Andres Bello in Santiago, Chile, and Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology in Daejeon, South Korea. Read more.

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