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RESEARCH  HIGHLIGHTS
 
 
 Co-free triple perovskite La1.5Ba1.5Cu3O7-δ as a promising air electrode material for solid oxide fuel cells
Bogdan Dąbrowski (co-author)
Journal of Power Sources 532, 231371 (2022)
 
 Strain control in graphene on GaN nanowires: Towards pseudomagnetic field engineering
M. Sobanska, Z. R. Żytkiewicz (co-authors)
Carbon 186, 128 - 140 (2022)
 
 Sub-Band Spectrum Engineering via Structural Order in Tapered Nanowires
M. Załuska-Kotur, R. Buczko, P. Kacman (co-authors)
Nano Lett. 21, 10215–10221 (2021)
 
 Single organic molecules for photonic quantum technologies
I. Deperasinska, B. Kozankiewicz (co-authors)
Nature Materials 20, 1615 - 1628 (2021)
 
 Realizing Optical Persistent Spin Helix and Stern-Gerlach Deflection in an Anisotropic Liquid Crystal Microcavity
Michał Matuszewski (co-author)
Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 190401 (2021)
 
 Potent strategy towards strongly emissive nitroaromatics through a weakly electron-deficient core
M. Banasiewicz, B. Kozankiewicz, A. L. Sobolewski (co-authors)
Chem. Sci. 12, 14039 (2021)
 
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