Hao Yan | Department of Chemistry

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Hao Yan

Assistant Professor
(940) 369-5437
Office: 
CHEM 376
Highlights: 
Mechanochemistry
High-pressure materials
Chemistry under non-equilibrium, non-ambient and extreme conditions

Dr. Yan's group seeks novel physical approaches to address fundamental questions in chemistry and materials science. We are particularly interested in elucidating structure-property relationships under extreme mechanical environments such as high hydrostatic pressure (HHP), and applying such knowledge to the design of functional systems with broad-range impacts in catalysis, energy conversion and quantum information science.

Research area: 
Inorganic
Physical
Computational Chemistry
Materials

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