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Photochemical chlorination of graphene.
We report the covalent functionalization of graphene by photochemical chlorination. The gas-phase photochlorination of graphene, followed by the structural transformation of the C-C bonds from sp(2)Expand
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Does difference exist between epitope and non-epitope residues? Analysis of the physicochemical and structural properties on conformational epi-topes from B-cell protein antigens.
Background As an essential step of adaptive immune response, the recognition between antigen and antibody triggers a series of self-protection mechanisms. Therefore, the prediction ofExpand
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Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties in the Counter-Doped SnTe System with Strained Endotaxial SrTe.
We report enhanced thermoelectric performance in SnTe, where significantly improved electrical transport properties and reduced thermal conductivity were achieved simultaneously. The former wasExpand
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High thermoelectric performance realized in a BiCuSeO system by improving carrier mobility through 3D modulation doping.
We report a greatly enhanced thermoelectric performance in a BiCuSeO system, realized by improving carrier mobility through modulation doping. The heterostructures of the modulation doped sample makeExpand
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Synthesis of boron-doped graphene monolayers using the sole solid feedstock by chemical vapor deposition.
Substitutionally boron-doped monolayer graphene film is grown on a large scale by using a sole phenylboronic acid as the source in a low-pressure chemical vapor deposition system. The B-dopedExpand
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Giant tunnelling electroresistance in metal/ferroelectric/semiconductor tunnel junctions by engineering the Schottky barrier
Recently, ferroelectric tunnel junctions have attracted much attention due to their potential applications in non-destructive readout non-volatile memories. Using a semiconductor electrode has beenExpand
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Mechanism of polarization fatigue in BiFeO3.
Fatigue in ferroelectric oxides has been a long lasting research topic since the development of ferroelectric memory in the late 1980s. Over the years, different models have been proposed to explainExpand
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Thickness-Dependent Dielectric Constant of Few-Layer In₂Se₃ Nanoflakes.
  • D. Wu, A. Pak, +10 authors K. Lai
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • Nano letters
  • 19 November 2015
The dielectric constant or relative permittivity (ε(r)) of a dielectric material, which describes how the net electric field in the medium is reduced with respect to the external field, is aExpand
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Tuning the electrical transport properties of n-type CdS nanowires via Ga doping and their nano-optoelectronic applications.
  • Jiajun Cai, J. Jie, +9 authors Y. Jiang
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
  • 4 August 2011
Gallium-doped n-type CdS nanowires (NWs) were successfully synthesized via a thermal evaporation method. The conductivities of the CdS NWs were dramatically improved by nearly nine orders ofExpand
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High-response NO2 resistive gas sensor based on bilayer MoS2 grown by a new two-step chemical vapor deposition method
Abstract MoS 2 atomic layers with a lateral grain size of 50–100 μm were synthesized by a new two-step chemical vapor deposition method. The product was confirmed to be bilayer MoS 2 by theExpand
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