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Carbaporphyrinoids TMBPZnCl have been synthesized and used as interesting building block units, which are able to self assemble into vesicles of zero dimension, and continually grow into multidimensional nanostructure arrays.
A visible near-infrared chemosensor (MCy-1) for mercury ions was successfully devised and characterized. A large red-shift (122 nm) of the absorption maximum of MCy-1 was observed. An important feature for the new chemosensor is its high selectivity towards mercury ions over the other competitive species, making the "naked-eye" detection of mercury ions… (More)
We report a route to noncovalently latch dipolar molecules on graphene to create stable chromophore/graphene hybrids where molecular transformation can be used as an additional handle to reversibly modulate doping while retaining high mobilities. A light switchable azobenzene chromophore was tethered to the surface of graphene via π-π interactions, leading… (More)
There is currently an intensive effort to develop methods for producing materials with two-dimensionally (2D) or threedimensionally (3D) structured patterns and arrays, which are of great importance and interest because of their potential applications in the development of optoelectronic and microelectronic devices, [ 1–4 ] and the fabrication of chemical… (More)
A high conductive 2D COF polyporphyrin (TThPP) linked by 4-thiophenephenyl groups was synthesized through an in situ chemical oxidative polymerization on the surface of copper foil. The TThPP films were used as the anode of lithium-ion battery, which exhibited high specific capacities, excellent rate performances, and long cycle lives due to the alignment… (More)
An intramolecular charge-transfer (ICT) compound, (TCBD)2OPV3, has been synthesized and fabricated into one-dimensional nanotubes by a reprecipitation method. The observation of SEM and TEM showed the nanotubes were formed from their zero-dimensional precursors of hollow nanospheres. Reconstruction was found to happen during the morphology transition… (More)
Formamidinium (FA) lead triiodide perovskite with chlorine addition (NH2CH=NH2PbI(3-x)Clx) is employed as a light harvester in mesoscopic solar cells for the first time. It is demonstrated that a phase-pure FAPbI(3-x)Clx perovskite layer can be synthesized using a one-step solution-process at 140 °C, and the resultant solar cells deliver a maximum power… (More)
Herein, we report the facile synthesis of mesoporous NiCo(2)O(4) nanoflakes and their application in nonaqueous Li-O(2) batteries as cathode catalysts. The assembled Li-O(2) batteries presented lower overpotentials and enhanced cyclability, which should be attributed to the superior electrocatalytic activity and the mesoporous nanostructure of NiCo(2)O(4).
Molybdenum nitride/N-doped carbon nanospheres (MoN/N-C) are synthesized by hydrothermal method followed by ammonia annealing. The as-prepared MoN/N-C nanospheres manifest considerable electrocatalytic activity toward oxygen reduction reaction in nonaqueous electrolytes because of its nanostructure and the synergetic effect between MoN and N-C. Furthermore,… (More)
We report the synthesis of small-molecule organic conductor nanowires of TTF-TCNQ by selective inducement in a two-phase method by pi-pi stacking interaction. The morphologies of TTF-TCNQ, from straight nanowires to helical nanowires and to complicated helical dendrite structures, have been controlled by adjusting the experimental conditions. The technique… (More)