Shuohan Huang

Paper by chemistry researchers published in ‘Inorganic Chemistry’

Posted by on July 5, 2022

Dr. Vadym Mochalin, an associate professor of chemistry and materials science and engineering, and Dr. Shuohan Huang, a doctoral graduate in chemistry, recently published a paper titled “Combination of High pH and an Antioxidant Improves Chemical Stability of Two-Dimensional Transition-Metal Carbides and Carbonitrides (#MXenes) in Aqueous Colloidal Solutions”.

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Grad student wins materials research poster contest

Posted by on February 2, 2021

Shuohan Huang received the Best Poster Award at the Synthesis, Properties and Applications of 2-D MXenes Symposium during the Spring 2020 Materials Research Society Meeting.

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Grad student wins ‘science as art’ contest

Posted by on September 1, 2020

Shuohan Huang, a Ph.D. student in chemistry, won first place in the Science as Art competition organized by the Materials Research Society. Her advisor is Dr. Vadym Mochalin, associate professor of chemistry.

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Mochalin and Huang develop new MXene materials for 6G teraherz communications

Posted by on January 13, 2020

Prof. Vadym Mochalin (Chemistry) and PhD student Shuohan Huang (Chemistry) team up with researchers from Worchester Polytechnic Institute (USA), University of Alberta (Canada), and Universität Bielefeld (Germany) to develop MXene materials for 6G communications. Their most recent results open up a new exciting area of MXene applications in 6G terahertz (THz) communication technologies. The paper […]

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Chemists develop new MXene materials

Posted by on January 6, 2020

Dr. Vadym Mochalin, associate professor of chemistry and Shuohan Huang, an S&T doctoral student in chemistry, teamed up with researchers from three universities to develop 2-D MXene materials for 6G communications.

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S&T researchers collaborate, publish in Nature Communications

Posted by on August 6, 2019

Nature Communications published a paper by S&T researchers titled “Adhesion of Two-Dimensional Titanium Carbides (MXenes) and Graphene to Silicon” in July. The authors are:

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