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Nonlinear fluorescence spectroscopy of layered perovskite quantum wells

Interest in layered organohalide perovskites is motivated by their potential for use in optoelectronic devices. In these systems, the smallest and largest quantum wells are primarily concentrated near the glass and air interfaces of a film, thereby establishing a gradient in the average values of the bandgaps.

Protein–Peptide Binding Energetics under Crowded Conditions

Nearly all biological processes, including strictly regulated protein–protein interactions fundamental in cell signaling, occur inside living cells where the concentration of macromolecules can exceed 300 g/L.

Marcey Waters wins BOG Award for Excellence in Teaching

The University of North Carolina System announced today that Marcey Waters is a winner of the University of North Carolina System Board of Governors’ Award for Excellence in Teaching. She is the Glen H. Elder Jr. Distinguished Professor of Chemistry.