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REFEREED ARTICLES BY DONGLU SHI

 

 

1.        

A new DNA sensor system for specific and quantitative detection of mycobacteria

(Nanoscale 2019) 11(2) 587-597

2.        

Effective reduction of building heat loss without insulation materials via the photothermal effect of a chlorophyll thin film coated ¡°Green Window¡±

(MRS Communications 2019) 9(2) 675-681

3.        

Nano Engineering of Artificial Granulocytes for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapeutics

(Nano LIFE 2018) 8(3), 1871001-1

4.        

¡°Minimalist¡± Nanovaccine Constituted from Near Whole Antigen for Cancer Immunotherapy

(ACS Nano 2018) 12(7), 6398-6409

5.        

Glypican-1-antibody-conjugated Gd–Au nanoclusters for FI/MRI dual-modal targeted detection of pancreatic cancer

(Int. Journal of Nanomedicine 2018) 13, 2585-2599

6.        

Highly Efficient In Vivo Targeting of the Pulmonary Endothelium Using Novel Modifications of Polyethylenimine: An Importance of Charge

(Advanced Healthcare Materials 2018) 1800876

7.        

Electrical-Charge-Mediated Cancer Cell Targeting via Protein Corona-Decorated Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles in a Simulated Physiological Environment

(ACS App Mat & Inter 2018)

8.        

A titanium-based photo-Fenton bifunctional catalyst of mp-MXene/TiO2-x nanodots for dramatic enhancement of catalytic efficiency in advanced oxidation processes

(Chem Comm 2018) 54, 11622-1625

9.        

Nanomaterials for Precision Cancer Therapy

(Advanced Materials 2018)

10.     

Fever-Inspired Immunotherapy Based on Photothermal CpG Nanotherapeutics: The Critical Role of Mild Heat in Regulating Tumor Microenvironment

(Advanced Science 2018)

11.     

Spectral selective and photothermal nano structured thin films for energy efficient windows

(Applied Energy 2017) 208, 83-96

12.     

Cancer Cell Surface Negative Charges: A Bio-Physical Manifestation of the Warburg Effect

(Nano LIFE 2017) 7(3), 1771001

13.     

Targeting and Regulating of an Oncogene via Nanovector Delivery of MicroRNA using Patient-Derived Tumor Xenografts

(Theranostics 2017) 7(3), 677-693

14.     

Photothermal effect on Fe3O4 nanoparticles irradiated by white-light for energy-efficient window applications

(Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells 2017) 161, 247-254

15.     

In situ synthesis of graphene oxide/gold nanorods theranostic hybrids for efficient tumor computed tomography imaging and photothermal therapy

(Nano Research 2017) 10(1), 37-48

16.     

Biomarkerless targeting and photothermal cancer cell killing by surface-electrically-charged superparamagnetic Fe3O4 composite nanoparticles

(Nanoscale 2017) 9, 1457-1465

17.     

Polymeric Vectors for Strategic Delivery of Nucleic Acids

(Nano LIFE 2017) 7(2), 1730003

18.     

Green Synthesis of Sub-10 nm Gadolinium-Based Nanoparticles for Sparkling Kidneys, Tumor, and Angiogenesis of Tumor-Bearing Mice in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

(Advanced Healthcare Materials 2017) 9, 1457-1465

19.     

Site-specific Biomimetic Precision Chemistry of Bimodal Contrast Agent with Modular Peptides for Tumor-targeted Imaging

(Bioconj. Chem. 2017) 28(2), 330-335

20.     

A Graphene Quantum Dot (GQD) Nanosystem with Redox-Triggered Cleavable PEG Shell Facilitating Selective Activatin of Photosensitiser for Photodynamic Therapy

(RSC Advances 2016) 6, 6516-6522

21.     

Redox-mediated dissociation of PEG–polypeptide-based micelles for on-demand release of anticancer drugs

(J. Mater. Chem. B 2016) 4, 7859-7869

22.     

In-vitro depth dependent hyperthermia of human mammary gland adenocarcinoma

(Materials Science and Engineering C 2016) 69, 12-16

23.     

Drug loaded nanoparticle coating on totally bioresorbable PLLA stents to provide in-stent restenosis

(J of Biomedical Materials Research Part B)

24.     

Targeting Negative Surface Charges of Cancer Cells by Multifunctional Nanoprobes

(Theranostics 2016) Vol. 6

25.     

Enhanced mechanical properties of PLA/PLAE blends via well-dispersed and compatilized nanostructures in the matrix

(RSC Advances 2016) 6, 25531

26.     

A Multimodal System with Synergistic Effects of Magneto-Mechanical, Photothermal, Photodynamic and Chemo Therapies of Cancer in Graphene-Quantum Dot-Coated Hollow Magnetic Nanospheres

(Theranostics 2016) 6 (4), 485-500

27.     

Design and development of anisotropic inorganic/polystyrene nanocomposites by surface modification of zinc oxide nanoparticles

(Materials Science and Engineering C 2016) 64, 87-92

28.     

Photothermal effects and toxicity of Fe3O4 nanoparticles via near infrared laser irradiation for cancer therapy

(Materials Science and Engineering C 2015) 46, 97-102

29.     

An ¡°imaging-biopsy¡± strategy for colorectal tumor reconfirmation by multipurpose paramagnetic quantum dots

(Biomaterials 2015) 48, 16-25

30.     

Photo-fluorescent and magnetic properties of iron oxide nanoparticles for biomedical applications

(Nanoscale 2015)

31.     

Reversible PEGylation and Schiff-base linked imidazole modification of polylysine for high-performance gene delivery

(Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2015) 3, 1507

32.     

Development of a Highly Active Electrocatalyst via Ultrafine Pd Nanoparticles Dispersed on Pristine Graphene

(Langmuir 2015) 31 (8), 2576-2583

33.     

Magnetothermally responsive star-block copolymeric micelles for controlled drug delivery and enhanced thermo-chemotherapy

(Nanoscale 2015)

34.     

Disulfide-Bridged Cleavable PEGylation in Polymeric Nanomedicine for Controlled Therapeutic Delivery

(Nanomedicine  2015)

35.     

Nanospherical Surface-supported Seeded Growth of Au Nanowires: Investigation on A New Growth Mechanism and High-performance Hydrogen Peroxide Sensor

(Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 2015)

36.     

Particle Systems for Stem Cell Applications

(Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology 2015)

37.     

Graphene-based nanovehicles for photodynamic medical therapy

(International Journal of Nanomedicine 2015)

38.     

An advanced electrocatalyst with exceptional eletrocatalytic activity via ultrafine Pt-based trimetallic nanoparticles on pristine graphene

(Carbon 2015) 87 116-127

39.     

Detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis  based on H37Rv binding peptides using surface functionalized magnetic microspheres coupled with quantum dots – a nano detection method for Mycobacterium tuberculosis

(International Journal of Nanomedicine 2015) 10 77-88

40.     

Light-Concentrating Plasmonic Au Superstructures with Significantly Visible-Light-Enhanced Catalytic Performance

(ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2015) 7 (15), 8200-8208

41.     

Preparation of Spherical Caged Superparamagnetic Nanocomposites with Completed Inorganic Shell via a Modified Miniemulsion Technology

(Colloids Surf Physicochem Eng Aspects 2015) 477 84-89

42.     

Effect of spatial confinement on magnetic hyperthermia via dipolar interactions in Fe3O4 nanoparticles for biomedical applications

(Materials Science and Engineering C 2014) 42, 52-63

43.     

Three-dimensional graphitized carbon nanovesicles for high-performance supercapacitors based on ionic liquids

(ChemSusChem 2014) 7 777-784

44.     

Fabrication of hierarchical core–shell Au@ZnO heteroarchitectures initiated by heteroseed assembly for photocatalytic applications

(J Colloid Interface Sci 2014) 418 171-177

45.     

Spinous TiO2 and Au@TiO2 octahedral nanocages: Amorphisity-to-crystallinity transition-driven surface structural construction and photocatalytic study

(J Colloid Interface Sci 2014) 426 90-98

46.     

Suppression of VEGF by Reversible-PEGylated Histidylated Polylysine in Cancer Therapy

(Advanced Healthcare Materials 2014) 3 1818-1827

47.     

"Enhanced synergism of thermo-chemotherapy by combining highly efficient magnetic hyperthermia with magnetothermally-facilitated drug release

(Nanoscale 2014) 6 12408-12413

48.     

Inhibition of glioma proliferation and migration by magnetic nanoparticle mediated JAM-2 silencing

(J Mater Chem B.The Royal Society of Chemistry 2014) 2 7168-7175

49.     

Effect of physiochemical property of Fe3O4 particle on magnetic lateral flow immunochromatographic assay

(Sensors Actuators B: Chem 2014) 197 129-136

50.     

Pluronic-encapsulated natural chlorophyll nanocomposites for in vivo cancer imaging and photothermal/photodynamic therapies

(Biomaterials 2014)

51.     

Surface engineered antifouling optomagnetic SPIONs for bimodal targeted imaging of pancreatic cancer cells

(International Journal of Nanomedicine 2014) 9 1601–1615

52.     

NanostructuredMesoporous Silica Wires with Intrawire Lamellae via Evaporation-Induced Self-Assembly in Space-Confined Channels

(Journal of Nanomaterials 2014), Article ID 932160

53.     

Photoluminescence and photothermal effect of Fe3O4 nanoparticles for medical imaging and therapy

(Applied Physics Letters 2014), 105, 091903

54.     

Effect of spatial confinement on magnetic hyperthermia via dipolar interactions in Fe3O4 nanoparticles for biomedical applications

(Materials Science and Engineering C 42 2014) 52–63

55.     

Dipole-interaction mediated hyperthermia heating mechanism of nanostructured Fe3O4 composites

(Materials Letters 129, 2014) 57–60

56.     

Dual Surface-functionalized Janus Nanocomposites of Polystyrene/Fe3O4@SiO2 for Simultaneous Tumor Cell Targeting and Stimulus-induced Drug Release

(Advanced Materials 2013)

57.     

Dual Surface-Functionalized Superparamagnetic Janus Nanocomposites of Polystyrene/Fe3O4@SiO2 Via a One-Pot Miniemulsion Method

(Nano LIFE 2013) 3(4) 1343006

58.     

JAM-2 siRNA intracellular delivery and real-time imaging by proton-sponge coated quantum dots

(J. Mater. Chem. B, 2013), 1, 654–660

59.     

Near-infrared laser light mediated cancer therapy by photothermal effect of Fe3O4 magnetic nanoparticles

(Biomaterials 34, 2013) 4078e4088

60.     

Effect of lanthanum content and substrate strain on structural and electrical properties of thin films zirconate titanate

(Materials Chemistry and Physics, 140, 2–3, 2013), p. 427–430

61.     

Stem Cell-Based Tissue Engineering for Regenerative Medicine

(Nano LIFE 2013) 4(2), 1430001

62.     

Lead Lanthanum Zirconate Titanate Ceramic Thin Films for Energy Storage

(ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2013), 5, 1474−1480

63.     

Highly Ordered Monolayer/Bilayer TiO2 Hollow Sphere Films with Widely Tunable Visible-light Reflection and Absorption Band

(Nanoscale 2013)

64.     

Double-side ZnO nanorod arrays on single-crystal Ag holed microdisks with enhanced photocataltytic efficiency

(Nanoscale, 2013), 5, 4388-4394

65.     

Dielectric behavior of lead lanthanum zirconate titanate thin films deposited on different electrodes/substrates

(Materials Letters 106, 2013) 405–408

66.     

Effective Reduction of Nonspecific Binding by Surface Engineering of Quantum Dots with Bovine Serum Albumin for Cell-Targeted Imaging

(Langmuir 2012, 28, 16605−16613

67.     

Magnetocaloric effect in magnetothermally-responsive nanocarriers for hyperthermia-triggered drug release

(Nanotechnology 23, 2012) 505706 (10pp)

68.     

Engineered Multifunctional Nanocarriers for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapeutics

(Small,7, 18, 2549–2567, 2011)

69.     

A Versatile Multicomponent Assembly via ¥â -cyclodextrin Host–Guest Chemistry on Graphene for Biomedical Applications

(Small 2012)

70.     

Bioinspired synthesis of gadolinium-based hybrid nanoparticles as MRI blood pool contrast agents with high relaxivity

(J. Mater. Chem., 2012), 22, 14494–14501

71.     

Engineered Redox-Responsive PEG Detachable Mechanism in PEGylated Nano-graphene Oxide for Intracellular Drug Delivery

(Small, 8, 5, 760-769, 2012)

72.     

Effective Gene Delivery Using Stimulus-Responsive Catiomer Designed with Redox-Sensitive Disulfide and Acid-Labile Imine Linkers

(Biomacromolecules (2012), 13, 1024−1034

73.     

Engineered Redox-Responsive PEG Detachable Mechanism in PEGylated Nano-graphene Oxide for Intracellular Drug Delivery

(Small, 7, 18, p. 2549–2567, 2011)

74.     

Improving colloidal properties of quantum dots with combined silica and polymer coatingsfor in vitro immuofluorenscence assay

(J Nanopart Res 2011) 13:2407–2415

75.     

Preparation of highly fluorescent magnetic nanoparticles for analytes-enrichment and subsequent biodetection

(Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 353 2011) 426–432

76.     

Magnetic alignment of Ni/Co-coated carbon nanotubes in polystyrene composites

Composites Part B: Engineering, 42, 6, p. 1532-1538, (2011)

77.     

Preparation of highly fluorescent magnetic nanoparticles for analytes-enrichment and subsequent biodetection

(Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 353 2011) 426–43

78.     

Improving colloidal properties of quantum dots with combined silica and polymer coatingsfor in vitro immuofluorenscence assay

(J Nanopart Res 2011) 13:2

79.     

Engineered Multifunctional Nanocarriers for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapeutics

(Small, 7, 18, p. 2549–2567, 2011)

80.     

Rapidly disassembling nanomicelles with disulfide-linked PEG shells for glutathione-mediated intracellular drug delivery

(Chem. Commun., 47, 3, 2011)

81.     

The potential of magnetic nanocluster and dual-functional protein-based strategy for noninvasive detection of HBV surface antibodies

(Analyst, 2010) 4 (9), 5398–5404

82.     

Unique role of ionic liquid in microwave-assisted synthesis of monodisperse magnetite nanoparticles

(Chem. Commun, 2010), 1-3, 1

83.     

Phospholipid Assembly on Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Thermoresponsive Drug Delivery Applications

(Nano LIFE 2010) 1(3), 251-261

84.     

A Molecular Mechanics Study on the Effect of Surface Modification on the Interfacial Properties in Carbon Nanotube/Polystyrene Nanocomposites

(Journal for Multiscale Computational Eng., 2010), 8(2)

85.     

Fluorescent, Superparamagnetic Nanospheres for Drug Storage, Targeting, and Imaging: A Multifunctional Nanocarrier System for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

(ACS Nano 2010) Vol. 4, NO. 9, p.5398

86.     

The Emerging Future at the Nexus of Nanotechnology and Biomedicine: An Introduction to Nano LIFE

(Nano LIFE 2010) 1(1), iii-v

87.     

Fluorescent Magnetic Nanoprobes for in vivo Targeted Imaging and Hyperthermia Therapy of Prostate Cancer

(Nano Biomedicine And Engineering 2009), 1, 94-112

88.     

Surface charge induced Stark effect on luminescence of quantum dots conjugated on functionalized carbon nanotubes

(Chemical Physics Letters 2009), 469, 149–152

89.     

Small angle light scattering study of improved dispersion of carbon nanofibers in water by plasma treatment

(Carbon 47, 2009), 2329 –2336

90.     

Anti-tumor activity of paclitaxel-loaded chitosan nanoparticles: An in vitro study

(Mater. Sci & Eng C, 2009)

91.     

Integrated Multifunctional Nanosystems for Medical Diagnosis and Treatment

(Advanced Functional Materials, 2009), 19, 3356–3373

92.     

5f-6d orbital hybridization of trivalent uranium in crystals of hexagonal symmetry: Effects on electronic energy levels and transition intensities

(Phys Rev. B. 2009), 80, 1

93.     

Anti-tumor activity of paclitaxel-loaded chitosan nanoparticles: An in vitro study

(Mater. Sci. Eng. C 2009)

94.     

Improved dispersion of PEG-functionalized carbon nanofibers in toluene

(Mater. Sci. Eng. C 29 2009), 742-745

95.     

Small angle light scattering study of improved dispersion of carbon nanofibers in water by plasma treatment

(Carbon 47, 2009) 2329-2336

96.     

Fluorescent Polystyrene–Fe3O4 Composite Nanospheres for In Vivo Imaging and Hyperthermia

(Advanced Materials 2009), 21, 1–4

97.     

Asymmetric Composite Nanoparticles with Anisotropic Surface Functionalities

(Journal of Nanomaterials V. 2009), Article ID 620269, 5 pp

98.     

Nanoscale Solute Partitioning in Bulk Metallic Glasses

(Advanced Materials 2008), 20, 1–4

99.     

Size-independent residual magnetic moments of colloidal Fe3O4-polystyrene nanospheres detected by ac susceptibility measurements

(J of Appl. Phys. 104, 2008)

100.  

Quantum dot conjugated hydroxylapatite nanoparticles for in vivo imaging

(Nanotechnology 19, 2008)

101.  

Low-Temperature Preparation of Amorphous-Shell/Nanocrystalline-Core Nanostructured TiO2 Electrodes for Flexible Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

(Journal of Nanomaterials Volume 2008), 271631

102.  

Enhanced Thermal Stability of Carbon Nanotubes via Surface Plasma Polymerization in Al2O3 Composites

(Journal of Applied Physics, 104, 074302-1, 2008)

103.  

Synthesis of Asymmetric Inorganic/Polymer Nanocomposite Particles via Localized Substrate Surface Modification and Miniemulsion Polymerization

(Langmuir, 24, 606-608 2008)

104.  

STEM characterization on silica nanowires with new mesopore structures by space-confined self-assembly within nano-scale channels

(Chem. Commun., 1-3, 2008)

105.  

In vivo Imaging by Luminescent Carbon Nanotubes with Surface Conjugated Quantun Dots

(Advanced Functional Materials, 18, 2489-2497 2008)

106.  

Effects of plasma surface modification on interfacial behaviors and mechanical properties of carbon nanotube-Al2O3 nanocomposites

(Appl. Phys Lett. 91, 2007)

107.  

Neutron diffraction study of the structure and low-temperature phase transformation in ternary NiAl + M (M = Ni, Fe,Co) alloys

(Scripta Materialia 56, 2007)

108.  

Quantum-Dot-Activated Luminescent Carbon Nanotubes via a Nano Scale Surface Functionalization for in vivo Imaging

(Advanced Materials 2007), 19, 4033–403

109.  

In vivo Imaging by Luminescent Carbon Nanotubes

(Advanced Materials, 19, 4033–4037, (2007)

110.  

Coating nanothickness degradable films on nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite particles to improve the bonding strength between nanohydroxyapatite and degradable polymer matrix

(Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, Volume 82A, Issue 2 , Pages 373 – 382 2007)

111.  

Sintering of High Density Carbon Nanotube/Alumina Composites via Surface Plasma Polymerization

(Appl Phys Lett, 91, 261903-1, 2007)

112.  

High-Pressure Preparation and Thermoelectric Properties of Bi0.85Sb0.15

(Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. 35, No. 7, 2006)

113.  

Carbon Nanofiber Hybrid Actuators: Part II – Solid Electrolyte-based Based

(J. of Intelligent Materials Systems and structures, Vol. 17, 2006) 191-197

114.  

A carbon nanotube strain sensor for structural health monitoring

(Smart Mater. Struct. 15, 2006) 737–748

115.  

Synthesis and characterization of superparamagnetic composite nanorings

(Materials Letters 60, 2006) 2929–2932

116.  

Processing Dependence of Texture, and Critical Properties of YBa2Cu3O7-¥ä Films on RABiTS Substrates by a Non-Fluorine MOD Method

(J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 89 [3] 914–920, 2006)

 

117.  

In situ high temperature optical microscopy study of phase evolution in YBa2Cu3O7d films prepared by a fluorine-free sol–gel route

(Physica C 436, 2006) 62–67

118.  

Luminescent Hydroxlapatite Nanoparticles by Surface Functionalization

(Appl Phys Lett, 89, 183306, 2006)

119.  

High-Pressure Preparation and Thermoelectric Properties of Bi0.85Sb0.15

(J. of Electronic Materials, 35 L7, 2006)

120.  

Introduction to Carbon nanotube and nanofiber smart materials

(Composites, Part B, 37, 382-394, 2006)

121.  

Improved Mechanical Properties of Carbon Nanotube-Polycarbonate Composites by Plasma Surface Modification

(Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part B: Physic, 2005) 45:671679

122.  

Surface Modification of the MWNT and the dependence of the Mechanical Properties of MWNTs-Polycarbonate Composites on Ultrasonication Time

(Compostie A), 37 1270-1275

123.  

Modulus study of microcracks in single domain in YBa2Cu3Ox with c-axis pressure during oxygen anneal

(Physica C, 443, 18-22, 2006)

124.  

In-situ High Temperature Optical Microscopy Study of Phase Evolution in YBa2Cu3O7-¥ä Films Prepared by a Fluorine -free Sol-gel Route

(Physica C, 436, 62-67, 2006)

125.  

Deposition of ultrathin Eu-doped Y2O3 on alumina nanoparticles

(Nanotechnology, 17, 1351-1354, 2006)

126.  

Luminescent Carbon Nanotubes

(Advanced Materials, 18, 189-193, 2006)

127.  

Effects of surface modification, carbon nanofiber concentration, and dispersion time on the mechanical properties of carbon-nanofiber-polycarbonate composites

(Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 103, 6, 3792-3797, 2006)

128.  

How Does Surface Modification Aid in the Dispersion of Carbon Nanofibers

(J. Phys. Chem. B , 109, 23351-23357, 2005)

129.  

Functionalization of single-walled carbon nanotubes using isotropic plasma treatment: Resonant Raman spectroscopy study

(J. of Appl. Phys., 97, 2005)

130.  

Plasma deposition of thin carbonfluorine films on aligned carbon nanotube

(Appl. Phys. Lett., 86, 043107, 2005)

131.  

Single-crystalline polytetrafluoroethylene-like nanotubes prepared from atmospheric    plasma discharge

(Appl. Phys. Lett., 86, 131501, 2005)

132.  

Electroless Plating of Thin Silver Films on Porous Al2O3 Substrate and the Study of Deposition Kinetics

(Tsinghua Science and Technology, 10, 680-689, 2005)

133.  

Magnetic Alignment of Carbon Nanotubes and Mechanical Properties of CNT Composites

(J. of Appl. Phys., 97, 2005)

134.  

The developmentof YBa2Cu3Ox thin films using a fluorine-free sol–gel approach for coated conductors

(Supercond. Sci. Technol. 17, 2004) 1–6

135.  

Applications of Nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering

(Invited review paper by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004)

136.  

Surface Resistance Measurements of Single Domain YBa2Cu3Ox

(Physica C, 402, 277-282, 2004)

137.  

Suppression of ab-Plane Crack Formation in Single Domain YBCO by uniaxial c-axis Pressure

(Physica C, 402, 72-29, 2004)

138.  

Preparation of YBCO Films on CeO2-Buffered (001) YSZ Substrates by a Non-Fluorine MOD Method

(J. of American Ceramic Society,  87, 1669–1676, 2004)

139.  

High Tc Superconductor Re-entrant Cavity Filter Structures

(Physica C 425, 44-51, 2004)

140.  

Crystallization, phase transition and optical properties of the rare-earth-doped nanophosphors synthesized by chemical deposition

(Nanotechnology, 14, 670-674, 2003)

141.  

Plasma Coating of Carbon Nanofibers for Enhanced Dispersion and Interfacial   Bonding in Polymer Composites

(Appl. Phys. Lett., 83, 2003)

142.  

Fabrication of high-critical current density YBa2Cu3O7-¥ä films using a fluorine-free sol gel approach

(J. Mater. Res., Vol. 18, No. 3, Mar 2003)

143.  

A Review of Coated Conductor Development

(Tsinghua Science and Technology, 8, 342-369, 2003)

144.  

Structural Characterization of Epitaxial YBCO Thin Films Prepared by a Fluorine-Free Solution Synthesis

(Supercon Sci & Tech. 16, 838, 2003)

145.  

Fabrication of High Jc YBa2Cu3O7-d Films Using A Fluorine-Free Sol Gel Approach

(J of Mat Res. 18, 677-681, 2003)

146.  

Interfacial particle bonding via an ultrathin polymer film on Al2O3 nanoparticles by plasma polymerization

(J. Mater. Res., Vol. 17, No. 5, May 2002)

147.  

Plasma deposition of Ultrathin polymer films on carbon nanotubes

(Appl. Phys. Lett., Vol. 81, No. 27, 30 December 2002)

148.  

Fluorine-Free Sol Gel Deposition of Epitaxial YBCO Thin Films for Coated Conductors

(Physica C, 2002)

149.  

Kinetics Study of ab-Plane Crack Propagation by a Modulus Measurement in Single-Domain YBa2Cu3Ox

(Physica C  384, 149-158, 2002)

150.  

Interface Structure of YBCO Thin Films Prepared by a Non-Fluorine Sol Gel Route on a Single Crystal Substrate

(Supercon Sci&Tech. 15 660-664, 2002)

151.  

Deposition of Polymer Thin Films on ZnO Nanoparticles by a Plasma Treatment

(Mat. Res.Soc. Symp. Vol. 703, 2002)

152.  

Plasma Deposition and Characterization of Acrylic Acid Thin Film on ZnO Nanoparticles

(Mat Res. 17, 2555-2560, 2002)

153.  

Interfacial Bonding via an Ultrathin Polymer Film on Al2O3 Nanoparticles For Low-Temperature Consolidation of Ceramics

(J. of Mat Res. 17, 981-990, 2002)

154.  

Deposition of Extremely Thin Polymer Films on Carbon Nanotube Surfaces by a Plasma Treatment

(Appl. Phys. Lett., 81, 2002)

155.  

Deposition and Interface Structures of YBCO Thin Films via a Non-Fluorine Sol Gel Route

(Physica C 371 97-103, 2001)

156.  

Multi-Layer Coating of Ultrathin Polymer Films on Nanoparticles of Alumina by a Plasma Treatment

(Mat. Res.Soc. Symp. Vol. 635, 2001)

157.  

Uniform Deposition of Ultrathin Polymer Films on the Surface of Alumin Nanoparticles by a Plasma Treatment

(Appl. Phys. Lett., 78, 1234, 2001)

158.  

In vitro Bahavior of Hydroxylapatite Prepared by a Thermal Deposition Method

¡°Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials VIII,¡± eds K. Khor et al. (World Scientific, Singapore), p. 117, 2001

159.  

Sol Gel Synthesis of YBCO Film on Single Domain YBCO substrate for rf Development

(Physica C, 353, 258-264, 2001)

160.  

Interface Structural Evolution of and YBCO from a Randomly Oriented Silver Alloy Substrate

(Physica C 353, 258-264, 2001)

161.  

Crystal Growth of Single-Domain YBCO Superconductors for Wireless Telecommunications

Invited article in the 2001 YEARBOOK OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY by McGraw-Hill

162.  

Structural Effects on Bioactivity of Hydroxyapatite

(Appl. Biomaterials, 2000)

163.  

Scalling Behavior of RF Surface Resistance in Oxygen Deficient Single Domain YBCO

(Superton. Sci Technol, 13, 902, 2000)

164.  

Surface Resistance of Single Domain YBCO

(Physica C, 341, 2657, 2000)

165.  

Strontium-Induced Oxygen Defect Structure and Hole Doping in La2-xSrxCuO4

(Phys. Rev. Lett., 64, 2715-2718, 1999)

166.  

Synthesis, structure and superconductivity in the Ba1-xKxBiO3-y system

(Nature, 333, 836-838, 1988)

 

 

 

 

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