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Generalized self-assembly of scalable two-dimensional transition metal oxide nanosheets.
Two-dimensional (2D) transition metal oxide systems present exotic electronic properties and high specific surface areas, and also demonstrate promising applications ranging from electronics toExpand
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Removal of lead(II) from aqueous solution with ethylenediamine-modified yeast biomass coated with magnetic chitosan microparticles: Kinetic and equilibrium modeling
Abstract The adsorption of Pb(II) ions from aqueous solution with ethylenediamine-modified yeast biomass coated with magnetic chitosan microparticles (EYMC) was studied in batch adsorption system.Expand
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Fly-eye inspired superhydrophobic anti-fogging inorganic nanostructures.
Fly-eye bio-inspired inorganic nanostructures are synthesized via a two-step self-assembly approach, which have low contact angle hysteresis and excellent anti-fogging properties, and are promisingExpand
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Two-Dimensional Metal Oxide Nanomaterials for Next-Generation Rechargeable Batteries.
The exponential increase in research focused on two-dimensional (2D) metal oxides has offered an unprecedented opportunity for their use in energy conversion and storage devices, especially forExpand
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Biosorption of copper(II) from aqueous solution by Bacillus subtilis cells immobilized into chitosan beads
Abstract The ability of Bacillus subtilis immobilized into chitosan beads (BICB) to remove Cu(II) from aqueous solution was studied. The effects of pH, biosorbent dosage, temperature, initial Cu(II)Expand
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Continually adjustable oriented 1D TiO2 nanostructure arrays with controlled growth of morphology and their application in dye-sensitized solar cells
Oriented, single-crystalline, one-dimensional (1D) TiO2 nanostructures would be most desirable for providing fascinating properties and features, such as high electron mobility or quantum confinementExpand
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Deformation modes and ideal strengths of ternary layered Ti2AlC and Ti2AlN from first-principles calculations
Deformation and failure modes were studied for Ti2AlC and Ti2AlN by deforming the materials from elasticity to structural instability using the first-principles density functional calculations. WeExpand
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Hybrid graphene and graphitic carbon nitride nanocomposite: gap opening, electron-hole puddle, interfacial charge transfer, and enhanced visible light response.
  • A. Du, S. Sanvito, +8 authors S. Smith
  • Chemistry, Materials Science
  • Journal of the American Chemical Society
  • 27 February 2012
Opening up a band gap and finding a suitable substrate material are two big challenges for building graphene-based nanodevices. Using state-of-the-art hybrid density functional theory incorporatingExpand
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Robust superhydrophobicity of hierarchical ZnO hollow microspheres fabricated by two-step self-assembly
AbstractSuperhydrophobic and superhydrophilic surfaces have been extensively investigated due to their importance for industrial applications. It has been reported, however, that superhydrophobicExpand
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Strongly interfacial-coupled 2D-2D TiO2/g-C3N4 heterostructure for enhanced visible-light induced synthesis and conversion.
Two-dimensional (2D) nanosheet-based nanocomposites have attracted intensive interest owing to the unique electronic and optical properties from their constituent phases and the synergistic effectExpand
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