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Pd nanoparticle assemblies--as the substitute of HRP, in their biosensing applications for H2O2 and glucose.
A sensitive and selective glucose biosensor is developed through co-immobilization of spherical porous Pd NPAs and glucose oxidase (GOx), which provides a promising strategy to construct fast, sensitive, stable and anti-interferential amperometric biosensors for early diagnosis and prevention of diabetes. Expand
Ru decorated with NiCoP: an efficient and durable hydrogen evolution reaction electrocatalyst in both acidic and alkaline conditions.
  • Suli Liu, Qinpu Liu, +6 authors Changyun Chen
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Chemical communications
  • 7 December 2017
It is shown for the first time that Ru decorated with NiCoP is an excellent hydrogen evolving catalyst in both acidic and alkaline conditions, close in performance to that of Pt/C. Expand
Component-controlled synthesis and assembly of Cu-Pd nanocrystals on graphene for oxygen reduction reaction.
The electrocatalytic experiments in alkaline solution reveal that the ORR activities of those G-CuxPdy NCPs are also strongly dependent on alloy components and exhibit a double-volcano feature with variations of alloy components, indicating that they are promising cathodic Electrocatalysts for using in alkali fuel cells. Expand
Component‐Controlled Synthesis of Small‐Sized Pd‐Ag Bimetallic Alloy Nanocrystals and Their Application in a Non‐Enzymatic Glucose Biosensor
Small-sized monodisperse Pd-Ag alloy nanocrystals (NCs) are synthesized via a solid-liquid and solid-solid phase chemical route, i.e., sequential reduction of Pd(NO3)2 and AgNO3 solid precursors inExpand
Pd Nanoparticle Assemblies as Efficient Catalysts for the Hydrogen Evolution and Oxygen Reduction Reactions
Developing bifunctional catalysts for both the hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) and the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is crucial for obtaining hydrogen easily by water splitting to promoteExpand
La-triggered synthesis of oxygen vacancy-modified cobalt oxide nanosheets for highly efficient oxygen evolution in alkaline media
Abstract Oxygen vacancies (Ovac) can improve electrocatalytic activities in the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) process but remain a great challenge. Herein, we report a facile two-step approach toExpand
Tribological properties, thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance of titanium/nanodiamond nanocomposites
Abstract Ti-based composites are finding ever-increasing applications as biomaterials because of their excellent performance. For this research, an attempt has been made to study the tribological,Expand
Ru Modulation Effects in the Synthesis of Unique Rod-like Ni@Ni2P-Ru Heterostructures and Their Remarkable Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution Performance.
  • Y. Liu, Suli Liu, +7 authors Z. Dai
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 13 February 2018
The first metal-phosphides-metal system consisting of Ru, Ni2P, and Ni, which forms unique multiheterogeneous Ni@Ni2P-Ru nanorods is demonstrated, providing a new promising approach and an alternative to Pt catalysts for electrocatalytic applications. Expand
Electrochemiluminescence Tuned by Electron-Hole Recombination from Symmetry-Breaking in Wurtzite ZnSe.
This study of the relationship between ECL behavior and the architecture of NCs suggests that careful control over the NC structures of semiconductors can tailor their charge distribution via symmetry breaking, which opens new avenues for the design of novel classes of agents for optoelectronic applications. Expand
Biomimetic superoxide dismutase stabilized by photopolymerization for superoxide anions biosensing and cell monitoring.
The biosensor was successfully applied to vitro determination of O2(•-) released from living cells, which had a promising prospect for living cells monitoring and diagnosis of reactive oxygen species-related diseases. Expand