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Blue Luminescence of ZnO Nanoparticles Based on Non‐Equilibrium Processes: Defect Origins and Emission Controls
High concentrations of defects are introduced into nanoscale ZnO through non-equilibrium processes and resultant blue emissions are comprehensively analyzed, focusing on defect origins and broadExpand
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Two-dimensional semiconductors: recent progress and future perspectives
Graphene with a sp2-honeycomb carbon lattice has drawn a large amount of attention due to its excellent properties and potential applications in many fields. Similar to the structure of graphene,Expand
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Amorphous FeOOH Quantum Dots Assembled Mesoporous Film Anchored on Graphene Nanosheets with Superior Electrochemical Performance for Supercapacitors
Previous research on iron oxides/hydroxides has focused on the crystalline rather than the amorphous phase, despite that the latter could have superior electrochemical activity due to the disorderedExpand
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Composition/structural evolution and optical properties of ZnO/Zn nanoparticles by laser ablation in liquid media.
We present composition-controlled synthesis of ZnO-Zn composite nanoparticles by laser ablation of a zinc metal target in pure water or in aqueous solution of sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS). By SDSExpand
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From unstable CsSnI3 to air-stable Cs2SnI6: A lead-free perovskite solar cell light absorber with bandgap of 1.48 eV and high absorption coefficient
Abstract All-inorganic and lead-free cesium tin halides (CsSnX3, X=Cl, Br, I) are highly desirable for substituting the organolead halide perovskite solar cells. However, the poor stability of CsSnX3Expand
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Temperature-dependent shifts of three emission bands for ZnO nanoneedle arrays
The photoluminescence properties of ZnO nanoneedle arrays, grown on silicon substrate by electrodeposition, are studied over the temperatures from 10K to 300K. There exist three emission bands inExpand
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Optimizing Hybridization of 1T and 2H Phases in MoS2 Monolayers to Improve Capacitances of Supercapacitors
We report on a 100-fold capacitance increase in MoS2-based supercapacitors achieved via optimizing the in-plane 1T-2H phase hybridization of the monolayers. Chemically exfoliated MoS2 monolayers wereExpand
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ZnO-Based Transparent Conductive Thin Films: Doping, Performance, and Processing
ZnO-based transparent conductive thin films have attracted much attention as a promising substitute material to the currently used indium-tin-oxide thin films in transparent electrode applications.Expand
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Superstable transparent conductive Cu@Cu4Ni nanowire elastomer composites against oxidation, bending, stretching, and twisting for flexible and stretchable optoelectronics.
Low cost and high conductivity make copper (Cu) nanowire (NW) electrodes an attractive material to construct flexible and stretchable electronic skins, displays, organic light-emitting diodesExpand
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WS₂ saturable absorber for dissipative soliton mode locking at 1.06 and 1.55 µm.
Transition-metal dichalcogenides, such as tungsten disulfide (WS2) and molybdenium disulfide (MoS2), are highly anisotropic layered materials and have attracted growing interest from basic researchExpand
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