Xiaoping Han

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In this article, hollow gold nanospheres (HGN) were prepared by using Co nanoparticles as sacrificial templates and varying the stoichiometric ratio of HAuCl(4) over the reductants. The HGN was then modified on the electrode surface via a 1,6-hexanedithiol linking agent to fabricate a novel electrochemical DNA biosensor. The whole DNA biosensor fabrication(More)
In this paper, dendritic gold nanostructure (DenAu) modified electrode was obtained by direct electrodeposition of planar electrode into 2.8 mM HAuCl(4) and 0.1 M H(2)SO(4) solution under a very negative potential of -1.5 V. Scanning electron microscopy was used to characterize the growth evolution of DenAu with time. The whole DNA biosensor fabrication(More)
In this article, gold nanostructure modified electrodes were achieved by a simple one-step electrodeposition method. The morphologies of modified electrodes could be easily controlled by changing the pH of HAuCl(4) solution. The novel nanoflower-like particles with the nanoplates as the building blocks could be interestingly obtained at pH 5.0. The gold(More)
It is very difficult and yet extremely important to fill the wide technological gap in developing transparent conducting oxides (TCOs) that exhibit excellent p-type conducting characteristics. Here, on the basis of extensive first-principles calculations, we discover for the first time potentially promising p-type transparent conductivity in Zn-doped TiO2(More)
Systematic approaches are presented to invert the first-principle binding energy to obtain the pair potentials across the metal/ceramic interfaces. The conformation characteristics of two virtual interface models suitable for the inversion are summarized: (1) the positions of one kind of ceramic ions stay unchanged, but those of the other change; or, (2)(More)
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