Sven Lidin

1991-1995 Chemistry University of Lund, Lund, Skåne län, Sweden 
 1995-2010 Chemistry University of Stockholm 
 2010- Chemistry University of Lund, Lund, Skåne län, Sweden 
materials chemistry
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Folkers LC, Mitchell Warden HE, Fredrickson DC, et al. (2020) Entropy-Driven Incommensurability: Chemical Pressure-Guided Polymorphism in PdBi and the Origins of Lock-In Phenomena in Modulated Systems. Inorganic Chemistry
Shi Y, Assoud A, Ponou S, et al. (2018) A new material with a composite crystal structure causing ultralow thermal conductivity and outstanding thermoelectric properties: TlAgTe. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Folkers LC, Simonov A, Wang F, et al. (2018) The Mystery of the AuIn 1:1 Phase and Its Incommensurate Structural Variations. Inorganic Chemistry
Lidin S, Folkers LC. (2018) In Situ Synthesis and Single Crystal Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction Study of ht-Sn3Sb2: An Example of How Complex Modulated Structures Are Becoming Generally Accessible. Accounts of Chemical Research
Lidin S, Piao S. (2018) Cu5 In3 -Cu3 In2 Revisited European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry. 2018: 3548-3553
Wang F, Veremchuk I, Lidin S. (2017) Tuning Crystal Structures and Thermoelectric Properties through Al-Doping in ReSi1.75 European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry. 2017: 47-55
Ponou S, Lidin S. (2016) Exo-bonded six-membered heterocycle in the crystal structures of RE7Co2Ge4 (RE = La-Nd). Dalton Transactions (Cambridge, England : 2003)
Metere A, Oleynikov P, Dzugutov M, et al. (2016) A smectic dodecagonal quasicrystal. Soft Matter
Folkers LC, Lidin S. (2016) The mystery of the AuIn 1:1 phase Acta Crystallographica Section a Foundations and Advances. 72: s322-s323
Ponou S, Lidin S, Grüner D, et al. (2016) Conflict between the Electronic Factors and Structure-Directing Rules in the Intergrowth Structure of Ca4Ag2+xGe4-x with x = 1/2 Crystal Growth and Design. 16: 5946-5953
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