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Jun Li

Research Associate
Instructor
Department of Chemistry

Jun Li

Research Associate
Instructor
Department of Chemistry

Research

Designing new functional oxide materials through a fundamental understanding of crystal structure/property relationships for emerging applications in novel pigments, electronics, solid-state energy conversion etc. (Funded by NSF grants. Advisor: Prof. Mas Subramanian.)

Background

Education

Ph.D. (2005) Oregon State University

B.S. (1997) Central South University, Changsha, Hunan, China

Publications

  • B. A. Duell, J. Li et al. Iridium valence variation and carrier sign tuning in (Ca, Ba)xLa2−xCuIrO6 double perovskites. Phys. Rev. Mater. 5, 054604 (2021).
  • E. S. Converse, J. Li et al. Os4+ Instability in the Pyrochlore Structure: Tl2−xBixOs2O7−y. Inorg. Chem. 2020, 59, 1227−1233.
  • J. Li, M.A. Subramanian. Inorganic pigments with transition metal chromophores at trigonal bipyramidal coordination: Y(In,Mn)O3 blues and beyond. J. Solid State Chem. 272 (2019) 9–20.

Awards

  • Top Cited Article, “Evidence for Internal Resistive Barriers in a Crystal of the Giant Dielectric Constant Material: CaCu3Ti4O12”, Solid State Communications, 2005-2010.
  • Senior Graduate Student Award, Chemistry Dept., Oregon State University, 2003.