Xueyun Sharon Wang

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Porous Mn2O3 nanoplates were prepared by a facile polyol solution method combined with a simple post-annealing process. The porous Mn2O3 nanoplates were characterized by XRD, field-emission SEM, high-resolution TEM, and N2 adsorption/desorption isotherm measurements. The formation process for the Mn2O3 nanoplates was proposed as a morphology-conserved(More)
Nanometer-sized flakes of MnV2O6 were synthesized by a hydrothermal method. No surfactant, expensive metal salt, or alkali reagent was used. These MnV2O6 nanoflakes present a high discharge capacity of 768 mA h g(-1) at 200 mA g(-1), good rate capacity, and excellent cycling stability. Further investigation demonstrates that the nanoflake structure and the(More)
Here we describe a highly porous metal-organic framework MIL-100(Fe), which is initially used as an arsenate adsorbent in water. An appropriate mesoporous size allows AsO4(3-) to enter unrestrained and then be captured successfully, furthermore resulting in the damage of long-range order of uniform mesopores. Moreover, the porous framework could also make(More)
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