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Leading a collaboration of institutions in the U.S. and abroad, the Schoop Lab is reporting surprising new topological properties of the magnetic pyrite Cobalt disulfide (CoS2) that expand our understanding of electrical channels in this long-investigated material. Read More.
Schoop, an assistant professor of chemistry and a 2015 Ph.D. graduate of Princeton, works at the interface between chemistry and physics, using chemical principles to find and synthesize quantum materials with exotic physical properties. Her research has implications for nanotechnology and quantum computing. Quantum materials “can be hosts of completely new physics and can even help to […]
“The Role of Delocalized Chemical Bonding in Square-Net-Based Topological Semimetals” was selected for the 2020 JACS Young Investigators Issue. Read More.