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Perovskite Nanorods Ferroelectrics for nanoelectronics Lanthanide Compound Nanoparticles and Rods Nanoparticles for magn PowerPoint Presentation
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  1. Perovskite Nanorods Ferroelectrics for nanoelectronics Lanthanide Compound Nanoparticles and Rods Nanoparticles for magnetic applications Nanocrystalline Phosphors Low voltage FED Flat panel display technology DMR-0504925 “Synthesis of Ternary and Higher Order Phase Nanoparticulate and Nanorod Materials by Alkalide Reduction” Michael J. Wagner, George Washington University Realizing the promises of nanotechnology will require methods to synthesize a wide variety of functional nanomaterials. The PI is exploring a novel method of making nanomaterials, one that is uniquely applicable across the periodic table. Some examples of materials synthesized within the scope of this project are: Single crystal NaTaO3 nanorod Y2O3:Eu nanocrystals showing size dependent fluorescence

  2. DMR-0504925 “Synthesis of Ternary and Higher Order Phase Nanoparticulate and Nanorod Materials by Alkalide Reduction” Michael J. Wagner, George Washington University Education Outreach to DC Public Schools With GW’s AXE chapter, the PI helps organize and participates in two outreach programs, “Brownie Try-it”, introducing Brownie scouts to science, and “Kids and Chemistry”, partnering with local schools for yearly visits. • The graduate students (Olivera Zivkovic, Amal Bassa and Yan Chao) are participating in this project. • The PI is active in mentoring undergraduates as the chapter advisor for GW’s Alpha Pi chapter of the Chemistry Fraternity, AXE. He is also the academic advisor for the Class of 2007 chemistry majors at GW. • The PI has introduced Materials Chemistry to Undergraduates through an advanced course he developed and integration of materials topics into other courses he teaches. Professor Wagner helping young scientists explore chemistry.