Jun Jiang

Materials Science and Engineering University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
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Joshua L. Hertz grad student 2014 University of Delaware
 (The role of strain and structure on oxygen ion conduction in nanoscale zirconia and ceria thin films.)
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Chen K, Jiang J, Tian R, et al. (2023) Properties of konjac glucomannan/curdlan-based emulsion films incorporating camellia oil and the preservation effect as coatings on 'Kyoho' grapes. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 258: 128836
Jiang J, Lim DG, Ramadoss K, et al. (2018) Ionic conduction and unipolar resistance switching in δ-phase Bi2O3 thin films Solid-State Electronics. 146: 13-20
Jiang J, Guan X, Lattimer J, et al. (2016) Experimental investigation into tungsten carbide thin films as solid oxide fuel cell anodes Journal of Materials Research. 1-10
McNealy BE, Jiang J, Hertz JL. (2015) A precise, reduced-parameter model of thin film electrolyte impedance Journal of the Electrochemical Society. 162: F537-F546
Shen W, Jiang J, Hertz JL. (2015) Using thin films to investigate heterogeneous defect chemistry Journal of Electroceramics. 34: 74-81
Jiang J, Hu X, Ye N, et al. (2014) Microstructure and ionic conductivity of yttria-stabilized zirconia thin films deposited on MgO Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 97: 1131-1136
Jiang J, Hertz JL. (2014) Intermediate temperature surface proton conduction on dense YSZ thin films Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 2: 19550-19555
Shen W, Jiang J, Hertz JL. (2014) Reduced ionic conductivity in biaxially compressed ceria Rsc Advances. 4: 21625-21630
Ye N, Hasbani A, Jiang J, et al. (2014) Zn, Ga, and Ca substituted transition-metal-free oxides with K 2NiF4 structures Journal of Materials Chemistry A. 2: 7563-7569
Shen W, Jiang J, Hertz JL. (2014) Beneficial lattice strain in heterogeneously doped ceria Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 118: 22904-22912
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