Jer-Lai Kuo focuses on Graphene, Band gap, Condensed matter physics, Monolayer and Density functional theory. His Graphene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Graphite, Fermi level, Adsorption and Raman spectroscopy. His work deals with themes such as Chemical physics, Inorganic chemistry and Molecule, which intersect with Adsorption.
His Band gap research integrates issues from Electronic structure and Doping. The Monolayer study combines topics in areas such as Anode and Strain. His research investigates the connection between Density functional theory and topics such as Ion that intersect with issues in Analytical chemistry, Clathrate hydrate and Phosphorus.
Hydrogen bond, Density functional theory, Infrared spectroscopy, Condensed matter physics and Crystallography are his primary areas of study. Jer-Lai Kuo has researched Hydrogen bond in several fields, including Ab initio, Computational chemistry, Fermi resonance and Intermolecular force. His study focuses on the intersection of Density functional theory and fields such as Atomic physics with connections in the field of Potential energy surface.
His Infrared spectroscopy research incorporates elements of Spectroscopy, Protonation, Infrared and Proton. In the field of Condensed matter physics, his study on Band gap, Ferromagnetism, Doping and Superconductivity overlaps with subjects such as Magnetization. His studies in Band gap integrate themes in fields like Alloy, Electron and Graphene.
His main research concerns Fermi resonance, Ab initio, Infrared spectroscopy, Molecular physics and Anharmonicity. His Fermi resonance research includes themes of Overtone, Potential energy surface and Hydrogen bond. The concepts of his Hydrogen bond study are interwoven with issues in Chemical physics and Conformational isomerism.
The various areas that Jer-Lai Kuo examines in his Ab initio study include Computational chemistry and Intermolecular force. His work carried out in the field of Infrared spectroscopy brings together such families of science as Crystallography, Protonation, Dimer and Proton. His research investigates the connection with Protonation and areas like Alcohol which intersect with concerns in Density functional theory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Infrared spectroscopy, Fermi resonance, Overtone, Infrared and Molecular physics. In Infrared spectroscopy, Jer-Lai Kuo works on issues like Crystallography, which are connected to Benzene and Trimer. His research on Fermi resonance often connects related topics like Hydrogen bond.
His Hydrogen bond study incorporates themes from Hydrogen, Proton affinity, Protonation and Potential energy surface. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Potential energy surface, concentrating on Potential energy and intersecting with Chemical physics. His Molecular physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ab initio and Ab initio quantum chemistry methods.
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Raman spectroscopy of epitaxial graphene on a SiC substrate
Z. H. Ni;W. Chen;X. F. Fan;J. L. Kuo.
Physical Review B (2008)
Orbital analysis of electronic structure and phonon dispersion in MoS 2 , MoSe 2 , WS 2 , and WSe 2 monolayers under strain
Chung-Huai Chang;Xiaofeng Fan;Shi-Hsin Lin;Jer-Lai Kuo.
Physical Review B (2013)
Adsorption and diffusion of Li on pristine and defective graphene.
Xiaofeng Fan;W T Zheng;Jer-Lai Kuo.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2012)
Opening an Electrical Band Gap of Bilayer Graphene with Molecular Doping
Wenjing Zhang;Cheng Te Lin;Keng Ku Liu;Teddy Tite.
ACS Nano (2011)
Band gap opening of graphene by doping small boron nitride domains
Xiaofeng Fan;Xiaofeng Fan;Zexiang Shen;A. Q. Liu;Jer-Lai Kuo.
Adsorption of Single Li and the Formation of Small Li Clusters on Graphene for the Anode of Lithium-Ion Batteries
Xiaofeng Fan;W. T. Zheng;Jer-Lai Kuo;David J. Singh;David J. Singh.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2013)
Theoretical Prediction of Anode Materials in Li-Ion Batteries on Layered Black and Blue Phosphorus
Qing-Fang Li;Chun-Gang Duan;X. G. Wan;Jer-Lai Kuo.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2015)
High-Sulfur-Vacancy Amorphous Molybdenum Sulfide as a High Current Electrocatalyst in Hydrogen Evolution.
Ang-Yu Lu;Xiulin Yang;Chien-Chih Tseng;Shixiong Min.
Spin-Orbit Splitting in Single-Layer MoS2 Revealed by Triply Resonant Raman Scattering
Linfeng Sun;Jiaxu Yan;Da Zhan;Lei Liu.
Physical Review Letters (2013)
A first-principles examination of conducting monolayer 1T′-MX2 (M = Mo, W; X = S, Se, Te): promising catalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction and its enhancement by strain
Darwin Barayang Putungan;Darwin Barayang Putungan;Shi-Hsin Lin;Jer-Lai Kuo.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2015)
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