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Rosén, Johanna

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Works: 119 works in 125 publications in 2 languages and 144 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Johanna Rosén
Liberty Bell das Mädchen aus den Wäldern by Johanna Rosen( Book )

5 editions published in 2013 in German and Undetermined and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sie ist 17, kennt kein Internet und kein Facebook, keine Hochhäuser und keine Autos. Liberty Bell ist im Wald aufgewachsen, fernab von jeder Zivilisation. Und Ernesto ist der erste Junge, den sie zu Gesicht bekommt. Ein mitreißender Roman über eine zarte Liebe zwischen zwei Jugendlichen, die den ungewöhnlichen Umständen trotzen und für ihre ganz persönliche Freiheit kämpfen
Magnetic MAX phases from theory and experiments ; a review by Arni Sigurdur Ingason( )

2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This review presents MAX phases (M is a transition metal, A an A-group element, X is C or N), known for their unique combination of ceramic/metallic properties, as a recently uncovered family of novel magnetic nanolaminates. The first created magnetic MAX phases were predicted through evaluation of phase stability using density functional theory, and subsequently synthesized as heteroepitaxial thin films. All magnetic MAX phases reported to date, in bulk or thin film form, are based on Cr and/or Mn, and they include (Cr, Mn)(2)AlC, (Cr, Mn)(2)GeC, (Cr, Mn)(2)GaC, (Mo, Mn)(2)GaC, (V, Mn)(3)GaC2, Cr2AlC, Cr2GeC and Mn2GaC. A variety of magnetic properties have been found, such as ferromagnetic response well above room temperature and structural changes linked to magnetic anisotropy. In this paper, theoretical as well as experimental work performed on these materials to date is critically reviewed, in terms of methods used, results acquired, and conclusions drawn. Open questions concerning magnetic characteristics are discussed, and an outlook focused on new materials, superstructures, property tailoring and further synthesis and characterization is presented
Large uniaxial magnetostriction with sign inversion at the first order phase transition in the nanolaminated Mn2GaC MAX phase by Iuliia P Novoselova( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Influence of boron vacancies on phase stability, bonding and structure of MB2 (M = Ti, Zr, Hf, V, Nb, Ta, Cr, Mo, W) with AlB2 type structure by Martin Dahlqvist( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Transition metal diborides in hexagonal AlB2 type structure typically form stable MB2 phases for group IV elements (M = Ti, Zr, Hf). For group V (M = V, Nb, Ta) and group VI (M = Cr, Mo, W) the stability is reduced and an alternative hexagonal rhombohedral MB2 structure becomes more stable. In this work we investigate the effect of vacancies on the B-site in hexagonal MB2 and its influence on the phase stability and the structure for TiB2, ZrB2, HfB2, VB2, NbB2, TaB2, CrB2, MoB2, and WB2 using first-principles calculations. Selected phases are also analyzed with respect to electronic and bonding properties. We identify trends showing that MB2 with M from group V and IV are stabilized when introducing B-vacancies, consistent with a decrease in the number of states at the Fermi level and by strengthening of the B-M interaction. The stabilization upon vacancy formation also increases when going from M in period 4 to period 6. For TiB2, ZrB2, and HfB2, introduction of B-vacancies have a destabilizing effect due to occupation of B-B antibonding orbitals close to the Fermi level and an increase in states at the Fermi level
Synthesis and characterization of magnetic (Cr0.5Mn0.5)2GaC thin films by Andrejs Petruhins( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On the Capacities of Freestanding Vanadium Pentoxide-Carbon Nanotube-Nanocellulose Paper Electrodes for Charge Storage Applications by Ahmed Etman( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Herein, a one-step protocol for synthesizing freestanding 20 mu m thick cellulose paper electrodes composed of V2O5 . H2O nanosheets (VOx), carbon nanotubes (CNTs), and Cladophora cellulose (CC) is reported. In 1.0 m Na2SO4, the VOx-CNT-CC electrodes deliver capacities of about 200 and 50 C g(-1) at scan rates of 20 and 500 mV s(-1), respectively. The obtained capacities are compared with the theoretical capacities and are discussed based on the electrochemical reactions and the mass loadings of the electrodes. It is shown that the capacities are diffusion rate limited and, consequently, depend on the distribution and thickness of the V2O5 . H2O nanosheets, whereas the long-term cycling stabilities depend on vanadium species dissolving in the electrolyte. The electrodes feature high mass loadings (2 mg cm(-2)), good rate performances (25% capacity retention at 500 mV s(-1)), and capacity retentions of 85% after 8000 cycles. A symmetric VOx-CNT-CC energy storage device with a potential window of about 1 V exhibits a capacity of 40 C g(-1) at a scan rate of 2 mV s(-1)
Composition Tuning of Nanostructured Binary Copper Selenides through Rapid Chemical Synthesis and their Thermoelectric Property Evaluation by Bejan Hamawandi( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Reduced energy consumption and environmentally friendly, abundant constituents are gaining more attention for the synthesis of energy materials. A rapid, highly scalable, and process-temperature-sensitive solution synthesis route is demonstrated for the fabrication of thermoelectric Cu2-xSe. The process relies on readily available precursors and microwave-assisted thermolysis, which is sensitive to reaction conditions; yielding Cu1.8Se at 200 C and Cu2Se at 250 C within 6-8 min reaction time. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) revealed crystalline nature of as-made particles with irregular truncated morphology, which exhibit a high phase purity as identified by X-ray powder diffraction (XRPD) analysis. Temperature-dependent transport properties were characterized via electrical conductivity, Seebeck coefficient, and thermal diffusivity measurements. Subsequent to spark plasma sintering, pure Cu1.8Se exhibited highly compacted and oriented grains that were similar in size in comparison to Cu2Se, which led to its high electrical and low thermal conductivity, reaching a very high power-factor (24 µW/K-2cm-1). Density-of-states (DOS) calculations confirm the observed trends in electronic properties of the material, where Cu-deficient phase exhibits metallic character. The TE figure of merit (ZT) was estimated for the materials, demonstrating an unprecedentedly high ZT at 875 K of 2.1 for Cu1.8Se sample, followed by 1.9 for Cu2Se. Synthetic and processing methods presented in this work enable large-scale production of TE materials and components for niche applications
Tailored synthesis approach of (Mo2/3Y1/3)(2)AlC i-MAX and its two-dimensional derivative Mo1.33CTz MXene: enhancing the yield, quality, and performance in supercapacitor applications by Joseph Halim( )

1 edition published in 2021 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A vacancy-ordered MXene, Mo1.33CTz, obtained from the selective etching of Al and Sc from the parent i-MAX phase (Mo2/3Sc1/3)(2)AlC has previously shown excellent properties for supercapacitor applications. Attempts to synthesize the same MXene from another precursor, (Mo2/3Y1/3)(2)AlC, have not been able to match its forerunner. Herein, we show that the use of an AlY2.3 alloy instead of elemental Al and Y for the synthesis of (Mo2/3Y1/3)(2)AlC i-MAX, results in a close to 70% increase in sample purity due to the suppression of the main secondary phase, Mo3Al2C. Furthermore, through a modified etching procedure, we obtain a Mo1.33CTz MXene of high structural quality and improve the yield by a factor of 6 compared to our previous efforts. Free-standing films show high volumetric (1308 F cm(-3)) and gravimetric (436 F g(-1)) capacitances and a high stability (98% retention) at the level of, or even beyond, those reported for the Mo1.33CTz MXene produced from the Sc-based i-MAX. These results are of importance for the realization of high quality MXenes through use of more abundant elements (Y vs. Sc), while also reducing waste (impurity) material and facilitating the synthesis of a high-performance material for applications
A flexible semitransparent photovoltaic supercapacitor based on water-processed MXene electrodes by Qin Leiqiang( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Solar energy, although it has the highest power density available in terms of renewable energy, has the drawback of being erratic. Integrating an energy harvesting and storage device into photovoltaic energy storage modules is a viable route for obtaining self-powered energy systems. Herein, an MXene-based all-solution processed semitransparent flexible photovoltaic supercapacitor (PSC) was fabricated by integrating a flexible organic photovoltaic (OPV) with Ti3C2Tx MXene as the electrode and transparent MXene supercapacitors with an organic ionogel as the electrolyte in the vertical direction, using Ti3C2Tx thin film as a common electrode. In the quest for a semitransparent flexible PSC, Ti3C2Tx MXene was first used as a transparent electrode for OPV with a high power conversion efficiency of 13.6%. The ionogel electrolyte-based transparent MXene supercapacitor shows a high volumetric capacitance of 502 F cm( -3) and excellent stability. Finally, a flexible PSC with a high average transmittance of over 33.5% was successfully constructed by all-solution processing and a remarkable storage efficiency of 88% was achieved. This strategy enables a simple route for fabricating MXene based high-performance all-solution-processed flexible PSCs, which is important for realizing flexible and printable electronics for future technologies
Atomically Layered and Ordered Rare-Earth i-MAX Phases: A New Class of Magnetic Quaternary Compounds by Quanzheng Tao( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In 2017, we discovered quaternary i-MAX phases atomically layered solids, where M is an early transition metal, A is an A group element, and X is C-with a ((M2/3M1/32)-M-1)(2)AC chemistry, where the M-1 and M-2 atoms are in-plane ordered. Herein, we report the discovery of a class of magnetic i-MAX phases in which bilayers of a quasi-2D magnetic frustrated triangular lattice overlay a Mo honeycomb arrangement and an Al Kagome lattice. The chemistry of this family is (Mo2/3RE1/3)(2)AlC, and the rare-earth, RE, elements are Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, and Lu. The magnetic properties were characterized and found to display a plethora of ground states, resulting from an interplay of competing magnetic interactions in the presence of magnetocrystalline anisotropy
Mo1.33CTz-Ti3C2Tz mixed MXene freestanding films for zinc-ion hybrid supercapacitors by Ahmed Etman( )

1 edition published in 2021 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The high demand on fast rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors combined with the limited resources of their active materials (e.g. Li and Co) motivate the exploration of sustainable energy storage systems such as Zn-ion hybrid supercapacitors. MXenes are two-dimensional materials with outstanding properties such as high conductivity and capacitance which enhance their performance in energy storage devices. Herein, we report on the use of freestanding Mo(1.33)CTz-Ti3C2Tz mixed MXene films in Zn-ion hybrid supercapacitors. The mixed MXene films are prepared from pristine MXene suspensions using a one-step vacuum filtration approach. The mixed MXene delivers capacities of about 159 and 59 mAh/g at scan rates of 0.5 and 100 mV/s, respectively. These capacity values are higher than the pristine MXene films and previously reported values for MXene electrodes in Zn-ion supercapacitors. Furthermore, the electrodes offer a promising capacity retention of about 90% after 8,000 cycles. In addition, the mixed MXene features energy densities of about 103 and 38 Wh/kg at power densities of 0.143 and 10.6 kW/kg, respectively. Insights into the effect of electrode thickness on rate performance and the mechanism of charge storage are also discussed. This study opens a venue for the use of Mo(1.33)CTz-Ti3C2Tz mixed MXene electrodes in sustainable energy storage systems with high energy density and power density. (C) 2021 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier Ltd
Phase stability of Crn+1GaCn MAX phases from first principles and Cr2GaC thin-film synthesis using magnetron sputtering from elemental targets by Andrejs Petruhins( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ab-initio calculations have been used to investigate the phase stability and magnetic state of Crn+ 1GaCn MAX phase. Cr2GaC (n = 1) was predicted to be stable, with a ground state corresponding to an antiferromagnetic spin configuration. Thin-film synthesis by magnetron sputtering from elemental targets, including liquid Ga, shows the formation of Cr2GaC, previously only attained from bulk synthesis methods. The films were deposited at 650 degrees C on MgO(111) substrates. X-ray diffraction and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy show epitaxial growth of (000) MAX phase
Charge state dependence of cathodic vacuum arc ion energy and velocity distributions by Johanna Rosen( )

1 edition published in 2006 in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In the literature, conflicting conclusions are reported concerning the charge state dependence of cathodic arc ion energy and velocity distributions. It appears that data from electrostatic energy analyzers indicate charge state dependence of ion energy, whereas time-of-flight methods support charge state independence of ion velocity. Here we present charge-state-resolved ion energy distributions and calculate the corresponding ion velocity distributions in aluminum vacuum arc plasma. We show that the conflicting conclusions reported in the literature for the two different characterization techniques may originate from the commonly employed data interpretation of energy and velocity, in which peak values and average values are not carefully distinguished
Single Crystal Growth and Structural Characterization of Theoretically Predicted Nanolaminates M2Al2C3, Where M = Sc and Er by Quanzheng Tao( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Nanolaminated materials including magnetic ele-ments are of special interest for commonly observed nontrivial magnetic characteristics and as potential precursors for 2D materials. Here, we explore the previously unknown layered phase M2Al2C3, where M = Sc and Er. Sc2Al2C3 was synthesized as single crystals of similar to mm(2) size, and its structure was determined by single crystal X-ray diffraction and scanning transmission electron microscopy. Evaluation of phase stability and possible vacancy formation based on first-principles calculations confirms the attained phase and suggests full occupancy on both the Al and C sites. Potential realization of the hypothetical phase Y2Al2C3 is also proposed. Furthermore, we also demonstrate that Er2Al2C3 can be synthesized in powder form, providing experimental evidence for stoichiometries based on rare earth elements, which, in turn, suggests possible incorporation of other lanthanides
Where is the unpaired transition metal in substoichiometric diboride line compounds? by Justinas Palisaitis( )

1 edition published in 2021 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The atomic structure and local composition of high quality epitaxial substoichiometric titanium diboride (TiB1.9) thin film, deposited by unbalanced magnetron sputtering, were studied using analytical high-resolution scanning transmission electron microscopy, density functional theory, and image simulations. The unpaired Ti is pinpointed to inclusion of Ti-based stacking faults within a few atomic layers, which terminates the {1 (1) over bar 00} prismatic planes of the crystal structure and attributed to the absence of B between Ti planes that locally relaxes the structure. This mechanism allows the line compound to accommodate off-stoichiometry and remain a line compound between defects. The planar defects are embedded in otherwise stoichiometric TiB2 and are delineated by insertion of dislocations. An accompanied decrease in Ti-Ti bond lengths along and across the faults is observed. (c) 2020ActaMaterialiaInc. PublishedbyElsevierLtd. This is an open access article under the CC BY license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Two-Dimensional Molybdenum Carbide (MXene) with Divacancy Ordering for Brackish and Seawater Desalination via Cation and Anion Intercalation by Pattarachai Srimuk( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ion intercalation materials are emerging as a highly attractive class of electrodes for efficient energy water desalination. Most materials and concepts so far have focused on the removal of cations (especially sodium). Anion intercalation, however, remains poorly investigated in water desalination. We present a study on the capability of Mo1.33C-MXene for removing cations and anions and demonstrate the desalination performance in brackish water and seawater concentrations. Mo1.33C-MXene was prepared via acid treatment of the transition metal carbide MAX phase (Mo(2/)3Sc(1/3))(2)AlC. Binder-free electrodes were obtained by entangling MXene with carbon nanotubes and tested without the use of any ion exchange membrane at low (5 mM NaCl) and high (600 mM NaCl) salt concentrations. Such electrodes showed a promising desalination performance of 15 mg/g in 600 mM NaCl with high charge efficiency up to 95%. By employing chemical online monitoring of the effluent stream, we separated the cation and anion intercalation capacity of the electrode material
High-power impulse magnetron sputter deposition of TiBx thin films: Effects of pressure and growth temperature by Niklas Hellgren( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Titanium boride, TiBx thin films are grown in pure Ar discharges by high-power impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) from a compound TiB2 target Film compositions are determined by time-of-flight elastic recoil detection analysis and Rutherford backscattering spectrometry as a function of deposition temperature (T-s = 25-900 degrees C) and Ar pressure (p(Ar) = 0.67-2.67 Pa, 5-20 mTorr). For reference, films are also grown by direct current magnetron sputtering (dcMS) under similar conditions. The HiPIMS waveform, average target power P-T, and resulting film compositions are strongly dependent not only on P-Ar, but also on T-s. At high pressures the effect of varying T-s on P-T is minimal, while at lower P-Ar the effect of T-s is more pronounced, due to substrate-temperature-induced gas rarefaction. Films grown by HiPIMS at 0.67 Pa are understoichiometric, with B/Ti = 1.4-1.5, while at 2.67 Pa, B/Ti decreases from 2.4 to 1.4 as T-s increases from 25 to 900 degrees C. dcMS-deposited films are overstoichiometric (B/Ti similar or equal to 3) when grown at low pressures, and near-stoichiometric (B/Ti similar or equal to r 1.9-2.2) for higher P-Ar. All experimental results are explained by differences in the ionization potentials of sputtered Ti and B atoms, together with P-Ar- and T-s-dependent gas-phase scattering
Effect of Ti-Al cathode grain size on plasma generation and thin film synthesis from a direct current vacuum arc plasma source by Igor Zhirkov( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Herein, we investigate the influence of powder metallurgical manufactured Ti0.5Al0.5 cathode grain size (45-150 mu m) on the properties of a DC arc discharge, for N-2 pressures in the range 10( -5) Torr (base pressure) up to 3x10( -2) Torr. Intermetallic TiAl cathodes are also studied. The arc plasma is characterized with respect to ion composition, ion charge state, and ion energy, and is found to change with pressure, independent on choice of cathode. Scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy of the cathode surfaces and the concurrently deposited films are used for exploring the correlation between cathode-, plasma-, and film composition. The plasma has a dominating Al ion content at elevated pressures, while the film composition is consistent with the cathode composition, independent on cathode grain size. Cross-sections of the used cathodes are studied, and presence of a converted layer, up to 10 mu m, is shown, with an improved intermixing of the elements on the cathode surface. This layer is primarily explained by condensation of cathode material from the melting and splashes accompanying the arc spot movement, as well as generated plasma ions being redeposited upon returning to the cathode. The overall lack of dependence on grain size is likely due to similar physical properties of Ti, Al and TiAl grains, as well as the formation of a converted layer. The presented findings are of importance for large scale manufacturing and usage of Ti-Al cathodes in industrial processes. (C) 2019 Author(s)
Correlation strength, orbital-selective incoherence, and local moments formation in the magnetic MAX-phase Mn2GaC by H. J. M Jonsson( )

1 edition published in 2022 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

We perform a theoretical study of the electronic structure and magnetic properties of the prototypical magnetic MAX-phase Mn2GaC with the main focus given to the origin of magnetic interactions in this system. Using the density functional theory+dynamical mean-field theory (DFT+DMFT) method, we explore the effects of electron-electron interactions and magnetic correlations on the electronic properties, magnetic state, and spectral weight coherence of paramagnetic and magnetically ordered phases of Mn2GaC. We also benchmark the DFT-based disordered local moment approach for this system by comparing the obtained electronic and magnetic properties with that of the DFT+DMFT method. Our results reveal a complex magnetic behavior characterized by a near degeneracy of the ferro-and antiferromagnetic configurations of Mn2GaC, implying a high sensitivity of its magnetic state to fine details of the crystal structure and unit-cell volume, consistent with experimental observations. We observe robust local-moment behavior and orbital-selective incoherence of the spectral properties of Mn2GaC, implying the importance of orbital-dependent localization of the Mn 3d states. We find that Mn2GaC can be described in terms of local magnetic moments, which may be modeled by DFT with disordered local moments. However, the magnetic properties are dictated by the proximity to the regime of formation of local magnetic moments, in which the localization is in fact driven by Hunds exchange interaction, and not the Coulomb interaction
Magnetic nanoscale laminates with tunable exchange coupling from first principles by Martin Dahlqvist( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The M(n+1)AX(n) (MAX) phases are nanolaminated compounds with a unique combination of metallic and ceramic properties, not yet including magnetism. We carry out a systematic theoretical study of potential magnetic MAX phases and predict the existence of stable magnetic (Cr(1-x)Mn(x))(2)AlC alloys. We show that in this system ferromagnetically ordered Mn layers are exchange coupled via nearly nonmagnetic Cr layers, forming an inherent structure of atomic-thin magnetic multilayers, and that the degree of disorder between Cr and Mn in the alloy can be used to tune the sign and magnitude of the coupling
 
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