Volume 10

Issue 09,2017

(30 articles)

Contents(PDF)

Xinlong Fan, Jin Liu, Xiangkun Jia, Yin Liu, Hao Zhang, Shenqiang Wang, Baoliang Zhang, Hepeng Zhang, and Qiuyu Zhang (*)

A series of phase-separated porous, raspberry-, flower-like, core–shell, anomalous nanoparticles and nanocapsules are prepared by a facile one-step 1,1-diphenylethene controlled soap-free emulsion copolymerization, where the unpolymerized monomer resulted from low conversion due to 1,1-diphenylethene functions as an in situ porogen to produce porous particles and nanocapsules. The drug loading and release behaviors of the porous particles and nanocapsules are investigated.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1492-8
2017, 10(9): 2905–2922

Wen Qi1, Xuan Li2, Hui Li3, Weikang Wu3, Pei Li2, Ying Wu1, Chunjiang Kuang1, Shaoxiong Zhou1 (*), and Xiaolin Li4 (*)

A sandwich-structured nanocomposite of N-doped graphene and nearly monodisperse Fe3O4 nanoparticles were developed as Li-ion battery anode. With N-doped graphene as the framework that controls Fe3O4 nucleation, it exhibits good electron conductivity and Li-ion accessibility and can accommodate a large volume change, thereby delivering a capacity of ~1,227 mA·h·g–1 and 96.8% retention over 1,000 cycles.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1502-x
2017, 10(9): 2923–2933

Zhendong Zhu1,2,3,§, Qixia Wang2,§, Fa Zeng2,4, Oubo You2, Sitian Gao1 (*), Benfeng Bai2, Qiaofeng Tan2 (*), Guofan Jin2, Qunqing Li3 (*), Shoushan Fan3, Wei Li1, Yushu Shi1, and Xueshen Wang1

A three-dimensional plasmonic double-stacked nanocone nanostructure is controllably fabricated via mask reconfiguration. This multiscale nanostructure exhibits significant plasmonic properties of active light modulation on the nanoscale and the ability to position the hottest spots on the top surface, along with good performance in surface-enhanced Raman scattering.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1503-9
2017, 10(9): 2934–2943

Xiangjun Liu§, Junfeng Gao§, Gang Zhang (*), and Yong-Wei Zhang

Snapshot of a wave packet traveling across the MoS2-graphene interface. The blue arrows indicate the direction in which the wave packet is traveling.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1504-8
2017, 10(9): 2944–2953

Bolun Wang1,2, Guodong Wen1, and Dangsheng Su1,3 (*)

The average catalytic activities of the carboxyl groups attached to the carbocatalysts differed. These differences were attributed to variations in the pKa values of the carboxyl groups induced by the electronic effects of the nitro groups.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1506-6
2017, 10(9): 2954–2965

Yijia Wang1, Zheng Jiao2, Minghong Wu2, Kun Zheng3, Hongwei Zhang4, Jin Zou3, Chengzhong Yu4 (*), and Haijiao Zhang1 (*)

A novel kind of flower-like C@SnOX@C hollow nanostructure was synthesized through a facile and economical hydrothermal process. Owing to its unique architecture, the product exhibited an excellent lithium-storage performance.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1507-5
2017, 10(9): 2966–2976

Muwei Ji1,2,§, Xinyuan Li1,§, Hongzhi Wang1, Liu Huang1, Meng Xu1, Jia Liu1, Jiajia Liu1, Jin Wang2, and Jiatao Zhang1 (*)

A versatile strategy involving the careful sulfuration of as-prepared cavity-free core/shell nanocrystals (NCs) or metal-oxide NCs followed by phosphine-initialized cation-exchange reactions was demonstrated for preparing novel metal@semiconductor and metal oxide@semiconductor (II-VI) yolk/shell (Y–S) NCs. The geometry, size, and conformations of the core and shell were independently considered. These new Y–S NCs may have unforeseen applications in confined nanoreactors, heterogeneous catalysis, and energy conversion and storage technologies.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1508-4
2017, 10(9): 2977–2987

Pengsong Li1, Qixian Xie1, Lirong Zheng4, Guang Feng1, Yingjie Li1, Zhao Cai1, Yongmin Bi1, Yaping Li1, Yun Kuang1 (*), Xiaoming Sun1,2,3 (*), and Xue Duan1

Atomic-thickness two-dimensional (2D) multi-metallic single crystalline alloy nanosheets with highly tunable metallic compositions could be synthesized through in situ topotactic reduction of layered double hydroxides (LDHs). The as-obtained alloy nanosheets not only maintained the ultrathin 2D structure, but also inherited the atomic dispersion of the metallic compositions of the LDH precursors.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1509-3
2017, 10(9): 2988–2997

Jun Zhang1,2,§, Xia Sheng1,§, Jian Jin2, Xinjian Feng1 (*), and Lei Jiang3

An enzyme electrode with a solid/liquid/air triphase interface allows sufficient oxygen to diffuse directly from the air phase to the oxidase reaction zone, which means that the oxidase kinetics is no longer limited by the oxygen level and ensures that large amounts of H2O2 are produced for analyte level measurements. The achieved linear detection upper limit is about 25 times higher than that obtained using traditional enzyme electrodes with a solid/liquid diphase interface.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1510-x
2017, 10(9): 2998–3004

Guijuan Wei1, Kun Du1, Xixia Zhao1, Zhaojie Wang1, Ming Liu1, Chuang Li1, Hui Wang2, Changhua An1,2 (*), and Wei Xing1 (*)

A three-dimensional porous hierarchical carbon quantum dots (CQDs)/Ni(OH)2 nanocomposite was synthesized via the CQD-induced assembly of two-dimensional ultrathin Ni(OH)2 nanosheets. The CQDs functioned as a new type of structure-directing agent. The as-achieved micro-nanostructured CQDs/Ni(OH)2 exhibited excellent electrochemical performance with a high energy density of 57.4 Wh·kg−1 owing to its multilevel hierarchical structures.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-017-1516-4
2017, 10(9): 3005–3017