Her primary scientific interests are in MXenes, Crystallography, Thin film, MAX phases and Phase. To a larger extent, Johanna Rosen studies Nanotechnology with the aim of understanding MXenes. Her work deals with themes such as Carbide, Transmission electron microscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, which intersect with Crystallography.
Her Thin film study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cathodic arc deposition, Substrate, Chemical engineering and Ceramic. Her MAX phases study incorporates themes from Transition metal, Condensed matter physics, Phase stability, Monoclinic crystal system and Density functional theory. Her Phase research integrates issues from Decomposition, Lewis acids and bases, Single displacement reaction, Physical chemistry and Halide.
Her primary areas of investigation include Thin film, Phase, Analytical chemistry, Crystallography and MAX phases. Johanna Rosen focuses mostly in the field of Thin film, narrowing it down to matters related to Cathodic arc deposition and, in some cases, Metallurgy. In her study, Phase diagram is inextricably linked to Thermodynamics, which falls within the broad field of Phase.
Her research on Analytical chemistry also deals with topics like
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Thin film, Chemical engineering, Phase, MAX phases and MXenes. Johanna Rosen combines subjects such as Composite material, Substrate and Solid-state chemistry with her study of Thin film. The concepts of her Phase study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography, Crystal structure, Spark plasma sintering and Thermal conductivity.
Her Single crystal growth study in the realm of Crystallography connects with subjects such as Science, technology and society. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Group, Solid solution, Condensed matter physics and Density functional theory. Her MXenes study is concerned with the field of Nanotechnology as a whole.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Phase, MAX phases, MXenes, Optoelectronics and Energy storage. Her Phase research incorporates elements of Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Covalent bond and Analytical chemistry, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Her study in MAX phases is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oxygen, Compatibility and Corrosion.
Her MXenes research is under the purview of Nanotechnology. Her biological study deals with issues like Biopolymer, which deal with fields such as Solid-state chemistry. Her studies deal with areas such as Thin film, Oxide and Sputter deposition as well as Solid-state chemistry.
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X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of select multi-layered transition metal carbides (MXenes)
Joseph Halim;Joseph Halim;Kevin M. Cook;Michael Naguib;Per Eklund.
Applied Surface Science (2016)
Element Replacement Approach by Reaction with Lewis Acidic Molten Salts to Synthesize Nanolaminated MAX Phases and MXenes
Mian Li;Jun Lu;Kan Luo;Youbing Li.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2019)
Two-dimensional Mo1.33C MXene with divacancy ordering prepared from parent 3D laminate with in-plane chemical ordering.
Quanzheng Tao;Martin Dahlqvist;Jun Lu;Sankalp Kota.
Nature Communications (2017)
Synthesis of two-dimensional molybdenum carbide, Mo2C, from the gallium based atomic laminate Mo2Ga2C
Rahele Meshkian;Lars-Åke Näslund;Joseph Halim;Joseph Halim;Jun Lu.
Scripta Materialia (2015)
Stability trends of MAX phases from first principles
Martin Dahlqvist;Björn Alling;Johanna Rosén.
Physical Review B (2010)
Layered ternary M(n+1)AX(n) phases and their 2D derivative MXene: an overview from a thin-film perspective
Per Eklund;Johanna Rosen;Per O Å Persson.
Journal of Physics D (2017)
Experimental and theoretical characterization of ordered MAX phases Mo2TiAlC2 and Mo2Ti2AlC3
Babak Anasori;Martin Dahlqvist;Joseph Halim;Joseph Halim;Eun Ju Moon.
Journal of Applied Physics (2015)
W-Based Atomic Laminates and Their 2D Derivative W1.33C MXene with Vacancy Ordering
Rahele Meshkian;Martin Dahlqvist;Jun Lu;Björn Wickman.
Advanced Materials (2018)
On the organization and thermal behavior of functional groups on Ti3C2 MXene surfaces in vacuum
Ingemar Persson;Lars-Åke Näslund;Joseph Halim;Joseph Halim;Michel W Barsoum;Michel W Barsoum.
2D Materials (2017)
High-Performance Ultrathin Flexible Solid-State Supercapacitors Based on Solution Processable Mo1.33C MXene and PEDOT:PSS
Leiqiang Qin;Quanzheng Tao;Ahmed El Ghazaly;Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez.
Advanced Functional Materials (2018)
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