Volume 10

Issue 03,2017

(32 articles)


Yan Jiang1, Xin Zhang1 (*), Xiaoping Dai1, Wen Zhang1, Qiang Sheng1, Hongying Zhuo1, Yun Xiao1, and Hai Wang2

Ultrafine Au nanoparticles with different loadings were immobilized on MOF-199 using microwave irradiation and exhibited high activity and similar TOFs for the A3-coupling reaction.
2017, 10(3): 876–889

Yifeng Chen1, Junjie Mao2, Rongan Shen2, Dingsheng Wang2, Qing Peng2, Zhixin Yu3, Huifang Guo1, (*), and Wei He1 (*)

A highly efficient and selective bimetallic Pd0.88Co0.12 nanoparticle catalyst was developed for the direct N-formylation of amines by carbon monoxide. This catalyst is compatible with a wide range of substrates, affording synthetically useful N-formyl amines under practical and mild reaction conditions.
2017, 10(3): 890–896

Jung Sang Cho1,2, Jin-Sung Park1, and Yun Chan Kang1 (*)

Porous FeS nanofibers with numerous nanovoids prepared by a simple two-step process were studied as anode materials for sodium-ion batteries. The Fe2O3 hollow nanofibers were transformed into porous FeS nanofibers, and the formation of porosity in the FeS nanofibers was driven by the nanoscale Kirkendall diffusion effect.
2017, 10(3): 897–907

Xueyao Liu, Wendong Liu, Liping Fang, Shunsheng Ye, Huaizhong Shen, and Bai Yang (*)

Large-area deep-silver-nanowell arrays (d-AgNWAs) were fabricated by combining colloidal lithography with metal deposition. Considering the optical and sensing performance, the structural parameters were gradually optimized to obtain the best sensing for d-AgNWAs, whose sensitivity was as high as 933 nm·RIU–1, which is substantially higher than those of most thin metallic hole arrays.
2017, 10(3): 908–921

Mu Lin1, Liqun Kang1, Jun Gu1, Linxiu Dai1, Shengbo Tang1, Tao Zhang1, Yuhao Wang1, Lindong Li1, Xiaoyu Zheng1, Wei Zhu1, Rui Si2, Xuefeng Fu1, Lingdong Sun1 (*), Yawen Zhang1 (*), and Chunhua Yan1 (*)

Hydrothermally synthesized ruthenium nanoparticles showed variable performance in the Se−Se bond activation, exhibiting a volcanoshaped relationship between catalytic activity and composition. Moreover, a synergistic effect was observed for Ru-RuOx nanocatalysts.
2017, 10(3): 922–932

Mathieu Koudia1, Elena Nardi1, Olivier Siri2 (*), and Mathieu Abel1 (*)

Co-deposition of quinoid zwitterion molecules with iron atoms on a Ag(111) surface allows the formation of micrometer-sized single domains based on covalent coordination bonds.
2017, 10(3): 933–940

Yang Li, Chaodan Pu, and Xiaogang Peng (*)

The growth bottleneck of InP quantum dots was removed via surface activation by small fatty acids and acetylacetone. In particular, acetylacetone activation allowed the full growth of generic precursors on existing InP nanocrystals without additional nucleation.
2017, 10(3): 941–958

Xiaoli Zhu1,§, Xiaoxia Mao1,2,§, Zihan Wang1, Chang Feng3, Guifang Chen1 (*), and Genxi Li1,3 (*)

Artificial nanozymes are apt to passivate and consequently damage the catalytic capability in complex physiological samples. To conquer this problem, we fabricated novel nanozyme@DNA hydrogel architecture. It can retain the catalytic capability of nanozymes, thereby allowing the detection of hydrogen peroxide and glucose in physiological samples.
2017, 10(3): 959–970

Taekyung Lim, Jaejun Lee, Jonghun Lee, and Sanghyun Ju (*)

The concentration of chemical agents in water can be consistently detected by observing the shift in the threshold voltage of an oxide nanowire transistor covered by a (heptadecafluoro-1,1,2,2- tetrahydrodecyl)trichlorosilane (HDF-S) self-assembled threedimensional (3D) graphene structure.
2017, 10(3): 971–979

Yi Ding1,§, Zheng Zhang1,§, Baohe Luo1, Qingliang Liao1 (*), Shuo Liu1, Yichong Liu1, and Yue Zhang1,2 (*)

Investigation on the broadband electromagnetic wave absorption properties and mechanism of Co3O4-nanosheets/reduced-graphene-oxide composite
2017, 10(3): 980–990
Published: 7 December 2016