Solid-state NMR has been widely applied to explore the atomic-level structural information, host-guest interaction, mechanism of catalytic reaction and also the molecular dynamics, as one of the most important spectroscopic methods. Our current research interest focuses on the methodology development of solid state NMR spectroscopy and its applications in the structural and dynamics studies of solid materials, specifically including:
Development of novel recoupling and decoupling techniques in solid-state NMR spectroscopy;
Solid-state NMR studies of nano-interfacial multi-functional complex catalytic materials;
Atomic resoluton investigations of catalytic mechanism and dynamics in catalytic reactions of syngas;
In-situ and ex-situ NMR studies of lithium-ion-battery (LIB) and sodium-ion-battery (SIB) materials.