Scientific Papers

 (Footnote 1: These authors contributed equally to this work.)

 (Footnote *: Corresponding authors.)



68. Chen Z.1; Cao FX.1; Gao W.; Dong QC.; Qu, Y.*  Uniform small metal nanoparticles anchored on CeO2 nanorods driven by electroless chemical deposition, Rare Met., 2019, [PDF]

67. Li JY.; Liu HX.; Gou WY.; Zhang MK.; Xia ZM.; Zhang S.; Chang C-R.*; Ma YY.*Qu, Y.*  Ethylene-Glycol Ligand Environment Facilitates Highly Efficient Hydrogen Evolution of Pt/CoP through Proton Concentrating and Hydrogen Spillover, Energy Environ. Sci., 2019, Accepted. [PDF]



66.  Zhang S.; Xia ZM.; Ma YY.; Li J.; Qu, Y.*  Competitive adsorption on PtCo/CoBOx catalysts enables the selective hydrogen-reductive-imination of nitroarenes with aldehydes into imines, J. Catal., 2019, Accepted. [PDF]



65.  Gao W.; Wen D.; Ho J-C.*; Qu, Y.*  Incorporation of Rare Earth Elements With Transition Metal–Based Materials for Electrocatalysis: a Review for Recent Progress, Mater. Today Chem., 2019, Accepted. [PDF]



64.  Zhang S.1; Huang ZQ.1; Chen X.; Gan J.; Duan XZ.; Yang BL.; Chang C-R.*; Qu, Y.*  Hydrogen activation enabled by the interfacial frustrated Lewis pairs on cobalt borate nanosheets, J. Catal., 2019, 372,142-150. [PDF]


63.  Xia ZM.; Liu FZ; Ma YY.;  Qu, Y.*; Wu C*. Size Dependent Adsorption of Styrene on Pd Clusters: A DFT Study, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2019, 123, 2182-2188. [PDF]






62.  Yao TZ.1; Tian ZM.1; Zhang YQ.;  Qu, Y.* Phosphatase-like activity of porous nanorods of CeO2 for the highly stabilized dephosphorylation under interferences, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2019, 11, 195-201. [PDF]






61.  Li J.; Tang Y.; Ma YY.; Zhang ZY.; Tao F.;  Qu, Y.* In Situ Formation of Isolated Bimetallic PtCe Sites of Single-Dispersed Pt on CeO2 for Low-Temperature CO Oxidation, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2018, 38134–38140. [PDF]



60.  Cao FX.; Zhang S.; Gao W.; Cao T.;  Qu, Y.* Facile Synthesis of Highly-dispersed Pt/CeO2 by Spontaneous Surface Redox Chemical Reaction for CO Oxidation, Catal. Sci. Technol., 2018, 8, 3233-3237. [PDF]


59.  Ma YY.; Zhang S.; Chang C-R.; Huang ZQ.; Johnny C. Ho  Qu, Y.* Semi-solid and solid frustrated Lewis pair catalysts, Chem. Soc. Rev. , 2018, 47, 5541-5553. [PDF]



58.  Xia ZM.; Zhang H.; Shen KC.;  Qu, Y.*; Jiang Z.*  Wavelet analysis of extended X-ray absorption fine structure data: Theory, application, Physica b , 2018, 542, 12-19. [PDF]



57.  Zhang S.; Xia ZM.; Chen X.; Gao W.;  Qu, Y.*  Selective semi-hydrogenation of phenylacetylene into styrene catalyzed by alloyed PdAu catalysts anchored on CeO2, ChemNanoMat , 2018, 4, 427-476. [PDF]


56. Ma YY.; Gao W.; Zhang ZY.; Zhang S.; Tian ZM.; Liu YX.; Johnny C. Ho; Qu, Y.*  Regulating the surface of nanoceria and its applications in heterogeneous catalysis, Surf. Sci. Rep. , 2018, 73, 1-36 [PDF]


55. Zhang S.; Zhang H.; Cao FX.; Ma YY.; Qu, Y.*  Catalytic behavior of graphene oxides for converting CO2 into cyclic carbonates at one atmospheric pressure, ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng , 2018, 6, 4204-4211 [PDF]


54. Zhang S.; Xia ZM.; Ni T.; Zhang ZY.; Ma YY.; Qu, Y.* Strong electronic metal-support interaction of Pt/CeO2 enables efficient and selective hydrogenation of quinolines at room temperature, J. Catal. , 2018, 359, 101-111. [PDF]


53. Gao W.1; Xia ZM.1; Cao FX.; Johnny C. Ho*; Jiang Z.*;  Qu, Y.* Comprehensive Understanding of the Spatial Configurations of CeO2 in NiO for the Electrocatalytic Oxygen Evolution Reaction: Embedded or Surface-Loaded, Adv. Funct. Mater. , 2018, 28,1706056 [PDF]


52. Huang ZQ.; Liu LP.; Qi ST.; Zhang S.; Qu, Y.; Chang CR* Understanding All-Solid Frustrated-Lewis-Pair Sites on CeO2 from Theoretical Perspectives, ACS Catal., 2018, 8, 546-554. [PDF]


51. Gao W.; Gou WY.;  Zhou XM.; Johnny C. Ho*; Ma YY.*;  Qu, Y.* Amine-modulated/engineered interfaces of NiMo electrocatalysts for improved hydrogen evolution reaction in alkaline solutionsACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces , 2018, 10, 1728–1733. [PDF]


50. Bian LZ.1; Gao W.1;  Sun JM.;  Han MM.; Li FL.;  Gao ZF.; Shu L.; Han N.; Yang ZX.*; Song A.;  Qu, Y.*; Johnny C. Ho* Phosphorus doped MoS2 nanosheets supported on carbon cloths as efficient hydrogen generation electrocatalysts, ChemCatChem, 2018, 10, 1-8 [PDF]



49. Xiao S.; Hu C.; Lin H.; Meng XY.; Bai Y.; Zhang T.; Yang YL.; Qu, Y.; Yan KY.; Xu JB.; Qiu YC.* and Yang SH.* Integration of inverse nanocone array based bismuth vanadate photoanodes and bandgap-tunable perovskite solar cells for efficient self-powered solar water splittingJ. Mater. Chem. A , 2017, 5, 19091-19097. [PDF]



48. Tian ZM.1; Li XH.;  Ma YY.;  Chen T.; Xu DH.;  Wang BC.; Gao Y;  Qu, Y.* Quantitatively Intrinsic Biomimetic Catalytic Activity of Nanocerias as Radical Scavengers and their Ability against H2O2 and Doxorubicin-Induced Oxidative Stress, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2017, 9, 23342–23352 [PDF]

47. Gao W.1; Yan M.1;  Cheung H.Y.;  Xia ZM.; Zhou XM.;  Qin YB.; Wong CY.; Johnny C. Ho*; Chang CR*.;  Qu, Y.* Modulating electronic structure of CoP electrocatalysts towards enhanced hydrogen evolution by Ce chemical doping in both acidic and basic media , Nano Energy , 2017, 38, 290-296. [PDF]

46. Wu XW.; Zhang Y.; Lu YC.; Pang S.; Yang K.; Tian ZM.; Pei YX.; Qu, Y.; Wang F.; Pei ZC.* Synergistic and targeted drug delivery based on nano-CeO2 capped with galactose functionalized pillar[5]arene via host–guest interactions J. Mater. Chem. B , 2017, 5, 3483-3487 . [PDF]

45. Zhang S.; Ma YY.; Zhang H.; Zhou XM.; Chen X.;  Qu, Y.* Additive-free, Robust and High Value-added H2 Production from Dehydrogenation between H2O and DMF Catalyzed by in-situ Formed Cu/Cu2O Angew. Chem.-Int. Edit. , 2017, 56, 8245–8249. [PDF]


44. Zhang S.1; Haung ZQ.1; Ma YY.; Gao W.; Li J.; Cao FX.; Li L.; Chang CR.*;  Qu, Y.* Solid frustrated-Lewis-pair catalysts constructed by regulations on surface defects of porous nanorods of CeO2 Nat. Commun. , 2017, 8,15266. [PDF]



43. Li JY.; Zhao ZQ.; Ma YY.;  Qu, Y.* Graphene and their hybrid electrocatalysts for water splittingChemCatChem , 2017, 9, 1554–1568. [PDF]


42. Xiao S.; Bai Y.; Meng XY.;  Zhang T.; Chen HN.; Zheng XL.; Hu C.;  Qu, Y. ; Yang SH.* Unveiling a Key Intermediate in Solvent Vapor Postannealing to Enlarge Crystalline Domains of Organometal Halide Perovskite FilmsAdv. Funct. Mater. , 2017, 27,1604944 . [PDF]


 41. Zhang S.1; Li J.1; Xia ZM.1;  Wu C.; Zhang ZZ.; Ma YY.;  Qu, Y.*  Towards highly active Pd/CeO2 for alkene hydrogenation by tuning Pd dispersion and surface properties of catalystsNanoscale, 2017, 9, 3140-3149. [PDF]


 40. Zhang S. ; Xia ZM.; Ni T.; Zhang H.; Wu C.; Qu, Y.*  Tuning chemical compositions of bimetallic AuPd catalysts for selective catalytic hydrogenation of halogenated quinolinesJ. Mater. Chem. A , 2017, 5, 3260-3266. [PDF]


39. Chen X1.; Hu HW1.; Xia ZM.; Gao W.; Gou WY.; Qu, Y.; Ma YY*.  CsPbBr3 Perovskite Nanocrystals as Highly Selective and Sensitive Spectrochemical Probes for Gaseous HCl Detection, J. Mater. Chem. C , 2017, 5, 309-313. [PDF]


 38. Li JY.; Xia ZM.; Zhou XM.; Qin YB.; Ma YY.; Qu, Y.* pyrite-structural nickel/cobalt phosphosulphide nanowires on carbon cloth as efficient and robust electrodes for water electrolysis, Nano Research , 2017, 10, 814-825. doi:10.1007/s12274-016-1335-z. [PDF]



37. Xiao S.; Chen HN.; Jiang FY. ; Bai Y.; Zhu ZL.; Zhang T.; Zheng XL.; Qian GY.; Hu C.; Zhou YH.; Qu, Y.; Yang SH.* Hierarchical Dual-Scaffolds Enhance Charge Separation and Collection for High Efficiency Semitransparent Perovskite Solar Cells, Adv. Mater. Interfaces , 2016, 3,1600484. [PDF]


36. Li J.1; Zhang ZY.1; Gao W. ; Zhang S.; Ma YY.; Qu, Y.* Pressure regulations on the surface properties of CeO2 nanorods and their catalytic activity for CO oxidation and nitrile hydrolysis reactions, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces , 2016, 8, 22988–22996. [PDF]


35. Li JY.; Yan M.;Zhou XM.; Huang ZQ.; Xia ZM.; Chang C-R.*;Ma YY.*; Qu, Y.* Mechanistic Insights on Ternary Ni2−xCoxP for Hydrogen Evolution and Their Hybrids with Graphene as Highly Efficient and Robust Catalysts for Overall Water Splitting, Adv. Funct. Mater. , 2016, 26, 6785–6796. [PDF]

34. Li XY.; Ma YY.; Cao GZ.; Qu, Y.* FeOx@carbon yolk/shell nanowires with tailored void spaces as stable and high-capacity anodes for lithium ion battery, J. Mater. Chem. A , 2016, 4, 12487-12496. [PDF]


 33. Fang M.1; Gao W.1; Dong GF.; Xia ZM.; Yip SP.; Qin YB.;   Qu, Y. * and Ho Johnny C.* Hierarchical NiMo-Based 3D Electrocatalysts for Highly-Efficient Hydrogen Evolution in Alkaline Conditions , Nano Energy, 2016, 27, 247–254. [PDF]


32. Zhang ZY.1; Li J.1; Gao W.; Xia ZM.; Qu, Y. and Ma Y.* Thermally stable sandwich-type catalysts of Pt nanoparticles encapsulated in CeO2 nanorods/CeO2 nanoparticles core/shell supports for methane oxidation at high temperatures, RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 40323-40329 [PDF]

31. Li JY.1; Li J.1; Zhou XM.; Xia ZM.; Gao W.; Ma Y. and Qu, Y.* Highly efficient and robust nickel phosphides as bifunctional electrocatalysts for overall water-splittingACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces , 2016, 8, 10826–10834 [PDF]

30. Hu HW.; Jiang K.; Yang GF.; Li ZK.; Ma TX.; Lu GH.; Qu, Y.*; Ade H.*; Yan H.* Influence of fluorination on the properties and performance of isoindigo-quaterthiophene-based polymers, J. Mater. Chem. A , 2016, 4, 5039-5043. [PDF]


29. Zhang S.; Chang CR.; Huang ZQ.; Li J.; Wu ZM.; Ma YY.; Zhang ZY.; Wang Y.; and Qu, Y.* High Catalytic Activity and Chemoselectivity of Sub-Nanometric Pd Clusters on Porous Nanorods of CeO2 for Hydrogenation of NitroarenesJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016, 138, 2629-2637. [PDF]



28. Li XY.; Qu, Y.* Morphology Evolution of Tin-Based Oxide Hierarchical Structures Synthesized by Molten Salt Approach and Their Applications as Anode for Lithium Ion Battery, Cryst. Growth Des., 2016, 16, 34-41 [PDF]





27. Hu HW.; Jiang K.; Yang GF.; Liu J.; Li ZK.; Lin HR.; Liu YH.; Zhao JB.; Zhang J.; Huang F., Qu, Y., Ma W.* and Yan H.*, Terthiophene-Based D–A Polymer with an Asymmetric Arrangement of Alkyl Chains That Enables Efficient Polymer Solar CellsJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 2015, 137, 14149-14157 [PDF]

26. Xiao S.; Chen HN.; Huang ZQ.; Yang ZS.; Long Xia.; Wang ZL.; Zhu ZL.; Qu, Y. and Yang SH.* Origin of the Different Photoelectrochemical Performance of Mesoporous BiVO4 Photoanodes between the BiVO4 and the FTO Side Illumination, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015, 119, 23350-23357 [PDF]


25. Zhang S.; Chang CR.; Huang ZQ.; Ma YY.; Gao W.; Li J.; and Qu, Y.* Visible-Light-Activated Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling Reactions of Aryl Chlorides over the Multifunctional Pd/Au/Porous Nanorods of CeO2 Catalysts, ACS Catal., 2015, 5, 6481-6488 [PDF]


24. Zhou XM.1; Shen XT.1; Xia ZM.; Zhang ZY.; Li J.; Ma YY.* and Qu, Y.* Hollow Fluffy Co3O4 Cages as Efficient Electroactive Materials for Supercapacitors and Oxygen Evolution Reaction, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2015, 7, 20322–20331 [PDF]


23. Li XY.; Zhang ZY.; Li J., Ma YY.* and Qu, Y.* Structural influence of porous FeOx@C nanorods on their performance as anodes of lithium-ion battery, J. Mater. Chem. A , 2015, 3, 18649-18656 [PDF]

22. Xia ZM.; Zhou XM.; Li J.* and Qu, Y.* Protection strategy for improved catalytic stability of silicon photoanodes for water oxidation, Sci. Bull. , 2015, 60, 1395-1402 [PDF]


21. Zhang ZY.; Li J.; Gao W.; Ma YY.* and Qu, Y.* Pt/Porous Nanorods of Ceria as Efficient High Temperature Catalysts with Remarkable Catalytic Stability for Carbon Dioxide Reforming of Methane, J. Mater. Chem. A , 2015, 3, 18074-18082 [PDF]


20. Gao W.; Zhang ZY.; Li J.; Ma YY.* and Qu, Y.*, Surface engineering on CeO2 nanorods by chemical redox etching and their enhanced catalytic activity for CO oxidation, Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 11686-11691 [PDF]


19.  Li JY.; Zhou XM; Xia ZM.; Zhang ZY.; Li J.; Ma YY.* and Qu, Y.* Facile synthesis of CoX (X=S, P) as efficient electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3, 13066-13071 [PDF]


18.  Tian ZM.; Li J.; Zhang ZY.; Gao W.; Zhou XM.; Qu, Y.* Highly sensitive and robust peroxidase-like activity of porous nanorods of ceria and their application for breast cancer detection. Biomaterials, 2015, 59, 116-124 [PDF]

17. Zhang S.; Ma Y.; Shen X.; Zheng Z.; Qu, Y.* 3D Graphene/Nylon Rope as Skeleton of Noble Metal Nanocatalysts for Highly Efficient Heterogeneous Continuous-Flow Reaction. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3, 10504-10511 [PDF]



16.   Zhou X.; Xia Z.; Tian Z.; Ma Y.* and Qu, Y.* Ultrathin porous Co3O4 nanoplates as highly efficient oxygen evolution catalysts.  J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3, 8107-8144 [PDF]



15.   Zhang S.; Li J.; Gao W.; Qu, Y.* Insights into Surface Properties of Oxides on Catalytic Activity of Pd for C―C Coupling Reactions. Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 3016-3021 [PDF]

14.    Li X.; Ma. Y.; Qin L.; Zhang Z.; Zhang Z.; Zheng Y. Qu, Y.* A Bottom-Up Synthesis of α-Fe2O3 Nanoaggregates and their Composites with Graphene as Highly Performing Anode in Lithium-Ion Battery. J. Mater. Chem. A. 2015, 3, 20158-2165 [PDF]





13. Zhang S.; Gao W.; Li J.; Zhou X.; Qu, Y.* Interfacial Effects of CuO/GO Composite for Overcoming the Side Reaction from Fragments of N,N-dimethylformamide. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2014, 6, 22174−22182 [PDF]


12.  Gao W.; Li J.; Zhou X.; Zhang Z.; Ma. Y.;  Qu, Y.*  Repeatable fluorescence switcher of Eu3+-doped CeO2 nanorods by L (+)-ascorbic acid and hydrogen peroxide, J. Mater. Chem. C. 2014, 2, 8729-8735.[PDF]



11.    Li J.; Tian Z.; Zhang Z.; Zhou X.; Zheng Z.; Ma Y.; Qu, Y.* Low pressure induced porous nanorods of ceria with high reducibility and large oxygen storage capacity: synthesis and catalytic applications, J. Mater. Chem. A. 2014, 2, 16459-16466.[PDF]


10.    Zhou X.; Xia Z.; Ma Y.*; Qu, Y.* One-step synthesis of multi-walled carbon nanotubes/ ultra-thin Ni(OH)2 nanoplate composite as efficient catalysts for water oxidation, J. Mater. Chem. A. 2014, 2 (30), 11799-11806.[PDF]



9.    Wu H.; Carrete J.; Zhang Z.; Qu, Y.* Shen X.; Wang Z.; Zhao L.*; He J.* Strong enhancement in phonon scattering through nanoscale grains in lead sulfide thermoelectrics. NPG Asian Materials, 2014, 6, e108.  [PDF]


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8.    Xue T.; Peng B.; Xue M.; Zhong X.; Chiu C.; Yang S.; Qu, Y.; Ruan L.; Jiang S.; Dubin S.; Kaner R. B.; Zink J. I.; Meyerhoff M. E.*; Duan X.*; Huang Y.* Integration of molecular and enzymatic catalysts on graphene for biomimetic generation of antithrombotic species. Nature Communication, 2014, 3200.[PDF]


Schematic illustration of graphene–haemin–GOx conjugates.


7.  Zhou X.;, Tian Z.; Li J.; Ruan H.; Ma Y.; Yang Z.;  Qu Y.*. Synergistically enhanced activity of graphene quantum dot/multi-walled carbon nanotube composites as metal-free catalysts for oxygen reduction reaction, Nanoscale, 2014, 6, 2603-2607.  [PDF]


6.  Li X.; Li J.; Zhou X.; Ma Y.; Zheng Z.; Duan X.; Qu, Y.*. Silver nanoparticles protected by monolayer graphene as a stabilized substrate for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy, Carbon, 2014, 66, 713-719. [PDF]




Before 2013



5.  Ma, Y.*; Qu, Y.; Zhou, W. Surface Engineering of One-Dimensional Tin Oxide Nanostructures for Chemical Sensors, Microchim Acta, 2013, 180, 1181–1200.[PDF]



4.  Qu, Y.; Duan, X. F.* Progress, Challenge and Perspective of Heterogeneous Photocatalysts (Invited Review), Chemical Society Reviews, 2013, 42, 2568-2580.[PDF]

Graphical abstract: Progress, challenge and perspective of heterogeneous photocatalysts



3.  Liu X.; Liu w.; Xiao X.; Wang C.; Fan Z.; Qu, Y.; Cai B.; Guo S.; Li J.; Jiang C.; Duan X.; Liao L.*, High performance amorphous ZnMgO/carbon nanotube composite thin-film transistors with a tunable threshold voltage, Nanoscale, 2013, 5, 2830-2834.[PDF]


Graphical abstract: High performance amorphous ZnMgO/carbon nanotube composite thin-film transistors with a tunable threshold voltage


2.  Qu, Y.; Duan, X.F.*, One-Dimensional Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Nanowires for Solar Energy Conversion, (Highlight),Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012, 22, 16171-16181.[PDF]

Fig 1



1.  Ma, Y.; Qu, Y.* A Simple Approach Towards Uniform Spherical Ag-like Nanoparticles, Nanoscale, 2012, 4, 3036-3039.[PDF]




Previous Publications

1.      Carter, J. D.; Cheng, N. N.; Qu, Y.; Suarez, G. D.; Guo, T. Enhanced Single Strand Breaks of Supercoiled DNA in a Matrix of Gold Nanotubes under X-ray Irradiation, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2012, 4, 3036-3039..

2.      Zhou, H.; Qu, Y.; Duan, X. F., Towards highly efficient photocatalysts using semiconductor nanoarchitectures, (Invited Review), Energy & Enviromental Science, 2012, 56732-6743.

3.      Madl, A. K.; Serrano, S. E.; Teague, S. V.; Qu, Y.; Guo, T.; Dutrow, G. H.; Evans, J. E.; Pinkerton, K. E., Health Effects of Aerosolized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Acute Inhalation, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, In press.

4.      Liu, L. X.; Zhou, H. L.; Cheng, R.; Chen, Y.; Lin, Y. C.; Qu, Y.; Bai, J. W.; Ivanov, I. A.; Liu, G.; Huang, Y.; Duan, X. F., A Systematic Study of Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition Growth of Large-Area Monolayer Graphene. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012, 22, 1498-1503.

5.      Qu, Y.; Chen, R.; Su, Q.; Duan, X.F. Plasmonic enhanced photoactivity of Pt/Si/Ag photodiodes using Au/Ag core/shell nanorods.Journal of American Chemical Society, 2011133, 16730-16733.


6.      Madl, A. K.; Teague, S. V.; Qu, Y.; Masiel, D.; Evans, J. E.; Guo, T.; Pinkerton, K. E., Aerosolization System for Experimental Inhalation Studies of Carbon-Based Nanomaterials, Aerosol Science and Technology, 2012, 46, 94-107.

7.      Qu, Y.; Duan, X.F. Porous Silicon Nanowires (Invited Review).  Nanoscale, 2011, 3, 4060-4068.

8.      Xue, M.; Zhong, X.; Shaposhnik, Z.; Qu, Y.; Tamanoi, F.; Duan, X.F. Zink, J. I. pH-Operated Mechanized Porous SiliconNanoparticles. Journal of American Chemical Society, 2011, 133, 8798-8801.

9.      Zhong X.; Qu, Y.; Lin, Y.C.; Liao L.; Duan, X.F. Controlled synthesis of large-area vertical porous and non-porous single crystalline silicon nanowire array. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2011, 3, 261-270.


10.  Qu, Y.; Bai, J.; Liao, L.; Cheng, R.; Lin, Y.C.; Huang Y.; Guo, T.; Duan, X.F. Synthesis and electronic properties of dicobalt silicidenanobelts Chemical Communication, 2011, 47, 1255-1257.

11.  Liao L.; Bai, J.; Cheng, Rui.; Lin, Y.C.; Jiang, S.; Qu, Y.; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F. High performance sub- 100 nm channel length graphene transistors with a self-aligned nanowire gate. Nano Lett., 2010, 10, 3952-3956.


12.  Qu, Y.; Duan, X.F. Rationally designed Pt/Si/Ag Photodiodes as Highly Efficient Photocatalysts. ECS Transaction. 2010, 33(9),23-28.


13.  Liao L.; Lin Y.; Bao M.; Cheng R.; Bai J.; Liu Y.;  Qu, Y.; Wang K. L.; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F. High-speed graphene transistors with a self-aligned nanowire gate. Nature 2010, 467, 305-307.


14.  Qu, Y.; Xue, T.; Zhong, X.; Lin, Y.C.; Liao, L.; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F. Heterointegration of Pt/Si/Ag Nanowire Photodiodes and Their Photocatalytic Properties.Advanced Functional Materials. 2010, 20, 3005-3011. (Featured by Frontispiece of Issue 18/2010 of Advanced Functional Materials)


15.  Qu, Y.; Liao, L.; Wang, Y.; Cheng, R.; Lin, Y.; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F. Rational design and synthesis of photoelectric nanodevices as highly efficient photocatalysts. Nano Lett., 2010, 10, 1941-1949. (Featured by Chemical Engineering & News, Volume 88, 2010, 34 and Nanotimes, May/June 2010, 60-61)


16.  Qu, Y.; Zhong, X.; Li, Y.J.; Liao, L.; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F.  Photocatalytic properties of the porous silicon nanowires. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2010, 20, 3590-3594.


17.  Liao L.; Bai, J.; Qu, Y.; Lin, Y.C..; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F.  High k-Oxide nanoribbons as gate dielectrics for high mobility top-gated graphene transistors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2010, 107, 6711-6715.


18.  Zhang, H.; Li, Y.; Ivanov, I.A.; Qu, Y.; Huang, Y.; Duan, X.F. Plasmonic modulation of the upconversion fluorescence in NaYF4:Yb/Tm hexaplate nanocrystals using gold nanoparticles or nanoshells. Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2010, 49, 2865-2868.


19.  Liao L.; Bai, J.; Lin, Y.C..; Qu, Y. Huang Y.; Duan, X.F.  High performance top-gated graphene nanoribbon transistors using zirconium oxide nanowires as high-k gate dielectrics. Advanced Materials, 2010, 22, 1941-1945.


20.  Qu, Y.; Sutherland, A.; Lien J.; G.D. Suarez, and Guo, T. Probing site activity of monodisperse Pt nanoparticles using steam reforming of methane. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2010, 1, 254-259.

21.  Liao, L.; Bai, J.; Qu, Y.; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F. Single-layer graphene on Al2O3/Si substrate: better contrast and higher performance of graphene transistors. Nanotechnology 2010, 21, 015705 1-5.


22.  Qu, Y.; Liao, L.; Li, Y.J.; Huang Y.; Duan, X.F.  Electrically conductive and optically active porous silicon nanowires. Nano Lett.2009, 9, 4539-4543. (Most-accessed articles: October -November 2009).


23.  Qu, Y.; Sutherland, A.; and Guo, T.  Carbon dioxide reforming methane by Ni/Co nanoparticle catalysts anchored on single-walled carbon nanotubes, Energy & Fuel, 2008, 22, 2183-2187.


24.  Qu, Y.; Masiel D.J.; Cheng, N.N.; Sutherland, A.; Carter J.D.; Browning N.D. and Guo, T. Recognition of melting of nanoparticle catalysts with cubically shaped Co3O4 nanoparticles. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2008, 321, 251-255 (Priority Communication).

25.  Carter J.D.; Cheng, N.N.; Qu, Y.; Suarez G.D. and Guo T. Nanoscale energy deposition by X-ray absorbing nanostructures.Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2007, 111, 11622-11625 (Letter).


26.  Qu, Y.; Carter, J.D.; Sutherland, A.; and Guo, T. Surface modification of gold nanotubules via microwave radiation, sonication and chemical etching. Chemical Physics Letters 2006, 432 195-199.


27.  Qu, Y.; Porter, R.; Shan, F.; Carter, J.D.; and Guo, T. Synthesis of tubular gold and silver nanoshells using silica nanowire core templates. Langmuir 2006, 22(14), 6367-6374.

28.  Qu, Y.; Carter, J.D.; and Guo, T. Silica nanocoils. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2006, 110, 8296-8301. (Most-accessed articles: April-June 2006).


29.  Carter, J.D.; Qu, Y.; Porter, R.; Hoang, L.; Masiel, D.J.; Guo, T. Silicon-based nanowires from silicon wafers catalyzed by cobalt nanoparticles in a hydrogen environment. Chemical Communication. 2005, 17, 2274-2276.


30.  Li J.; Qu, Y.; and Han K. Theoretical investigation on CH2=CH-CH2OH on the Si(100)-2x1 and Ge(100)-2x1 surfaces. Surface Science 2005, 586, 45-55.


31.  Qu, Y.; Wang Y.; Li J.; and Han K. Quantum chemical study of surface reactions of glycine on the Si(100)-2x1 surface. Surface Science 2004, 569, 12-22.


32.  Qu, Y.; Li J.; and Han K. Dissociative adsorption of methylsilane on the Si(100)-2x1 surface. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2004, 108, 15103-15109.


33.  Qu, Y.; and Han K. Theoretical studies of benzonitrile at the Si(100)-2x1 surface. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2004, 108, 8305-8310.

34.  Qu, Y.; Li A.; Shao Q.; Tang Y.; Wu D.; Mak C.; Wong K.; and Ming, N. Structure and electrical properties of strontium bariumniobate ceramics. Materials Research Bulletin 2002, 37, 503-513.



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