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《纳米研究》2019年第3期目录

编辑部 NanoResearch

Nano Research


Review Articles


Review of MXenes as new nanomaterials for energy storage/delivery and selected environmental applications

Byung-Moon Jun1, Sewoon Kim1, Jiyong Heo2, Chang Min Park3, Namguk Her2, Min Jang4, Yi Huang5, Jonghun Han2,*, and Yeomin Yoon1,*

1 University of South Carolina, USA

2 Korea Army Academy at Young-Cheon, Republic of Korea

3 Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea

4 Kwangwoon University, Republic of Korea

5 The University of Edinburgh, UK

Recently, two-dimensional MXenes and MXene-based nanomaterials have attracted increasing interest because of their unique properties (e.g., remarkable safety, a very large interlayer spacing, environmental flexibility, a large surface area, and thermal conductivity). We present a comprehensive review of recent studies on energy and environmental applications of MXene and MXene-based nanomaterials, including energy conversion and storage, adsorption, membrane, photocatalysis, and antimicrobial.


471–487




Nanomaterial-based optical indicators: Promise, opportunities, and challenges in the development of colorimetric systems for intelligent packaging

Nattinee Bumbudsanpharoke and Seonghyuk Ko*

Yonsei University, Republic of Korea

The utilization of nanomaterial such as metal nanoparticles or photonic nanocrystals shows superior performance in novel communicative functions than the traditional colorimetric indicator because of their unique optical properties and high surface reactivity.


489–500




Research Articles


Motif-mediated Au25(SPh)5(PPh3)10X2 nanorods with conjugated electron delocalization

Kai Zheng1,2, Jiangwei Zhang1, Dan Zhao3, Yong Yang4, Zhimin Li1,2, and Gao Li1,*

1 Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3 Shenyang Normal University, China

4 Peking University, China

A general and effective synthetic strategy is developed to afford aromatic thiolate-ligated Au25 nanorods. The conjugated delocalized pπ electrons can effectively tune the electronic properties of the Au25 kernel and its catalytic activity in the glucose oxidation.


501–507




Unusual switchable peroxidase-mimicking nanozyme for the determination of proteolytic biomarker

Claire McVey1, Natasha Logan1, Nguyen T. K. Thanh1,2, Christopher Elliott1, and Cuong Cao1,*

1 Queen’s University Belfast, UK

2 University College London, UK

3 UCL Healthcare Biomagnetic and Nanomaterials Laboratories, UK

A simple, low cost, and easy to use nanosensor, based on the switchable peroxidase-mimicking activity of plasmonic gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) was developed for the detection of protease, an enzyme biomarker indicative of bacterial contamination or clinical infection. AuNPs were modified with casein which had dual function in the suppression of peroxidase- mimicking activity and also as recognition sites for protease, resulting in the degradation of casein and subsequent recovery of peroxidase-mimicking activity. 


509–516




Well-defined carbon nanoframes containing bimetal-N-C active sites as efficient bi-functional electrocatalysts for Li-O2 batteries

Tie Liu, Leidanyang Wang, Tao Huang, and Aishui Yu*

Fudan University, China

Pyridinic-N-dominated carbon frameworks with bimetallic (Co, Zn) nanoparticles as a promising bi-functional catalyst have been successfully prepared and applied into Li-O2 batteries.


517–523




Infiltrating lithium into carbon cloth decorated with zinc oxide arrays for dendrite-free lithium metal anode

Xianshu Wang1,2, Zhenghui Pan2, Yang Wu3, Xiaoyu Ding2, Xujia Hong1, Guoguang Xu2, Meinan Liu2, Yuegang Zhang1,2,3,*, and Weishan Li1,*

1 South China Normal University, China

2 Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3 Tsinghua University, China

Li-CC@ZnO anode based on a carbon cloth decorated with vertical ZnO nano-wires arrays has been fabricated by thermal molten Li infiltration. This anode enables dendrite-free reversible Li plating/stripping at a high rate, and no electrode pulverization during cycling.


525–529




Black phosphorus inverter devices enabled by in-situ aluminum surface modification

Yue Zheng1,2, Zehua Hu2, Cheng Han3, Rui Guo4, Du Xiang2, Bo Lei2, Yanan Wang2, Jun He4, Min Lai1, and Wei Chen2,5,*

1 Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, China

2 National University of Singapore, Singapore

3 Shenzhen University, China

4 Central South University, China

5 National University of Singapore (Suzhou) Research Institute, China

High gain inverter based on few-layer black phosphorus is obtained by aluminum surface modification.


531–536




Guest selectivity in the supramolecular host networks fabricated by van der Waals force and hydrogen bond

Xuan Peng1,3, Yanfang Geng1,3, Min Zhang2, Faliang Cheng2,*, Linxiu Cheng1,3, Ke Deng1,3,*, and Qingdao Zeng1,2,3,*

1 National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST), China

2 Dongguan University of Technology, China

3 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Coronene (COR) heptamers were formed in the supramolecular architectures of 4',4''',4''' '',4''' ''' ''-(ethene-1,1,2,2-tetrayl)tetrakis-([1,1-biphenyl]-3- carboxylic acid) (H4ETTC) and hexaphenybenzene (HPB), and showed preferential adsorption to HPB host network.


537–542




Decorative near-infrared transmission filters featuring high- efficiency and angular-insensitivity employing 1D photonic crystals

Chengang Ji1, Chenying Yang1,2, Weidong Shen2,*, Kyu-Tae Lee3, Yueguang Zhang2, Xu Liu2, and L. Jay Guo1,*

1 The University of Michigan, USA

2 Zhejiang University, China

3 Inha University, Republic of Korea

Decorative visibly-opaque but near-infrared (NIR)-transmitting filters that possess high-efficiency and angular-insensitivity are demonstrated employing one-dimensional ternary photonic crystals. Different reflective colors can be generated without affecting the NIR transmission performance, thus opening up new possibilities for a wide variety of applications such as image sensors, optical detections, and NIR decorations.


543–548




Nitrogen, phosphorus co-doped carbon cloth as self-standing electrode for lithium-iodine batteries

Kang Li1, Song Chen1, Si Chen1, Xien Liu2, Wei Pan3, and Jintao Zhang1,*

1 Shandong University, China

2 Qingdao University of Science & Technology, China

Shandong Normal University, China

N, P co-doped carbon cloth electrode which possesses abundant micropores exhibits superior cycling stability at a high current density.


549–555




Panorama of boron nitride nanostructures via lamp ablation

Sehrina Eshon1, Weike Zhang2, Martin Saunders1, Yujun Zhang3, Hui Tong Chua1, and Jeffrey M. Gordon1,4,*

1 The University of Western Australia, Australia

2 Taiyuan University of Technology, China

3 Shandong University, China

4 Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

The quest to synthesize boron nitride (BN) nanostructures stems from their exhibiting a host of extraordinary chemical and physical properties, with the hollow closed-cage nanoparticles (nano-onions) having proved particularly elusive. Here, we report how the novel procedure of lamp ablation produces a variety of BN nanostructures—most notably nano-onions, for which transmission electron micrographs are shown above—in a process that is rapid, free of toxic reagents, and scalable, thereby offering significant advantages relative to the alternative methods.


557–562




Doping modulated in-plane anisotropic Raman enhancement on layered ReS2

Na Zhang1, Jingjing Lin1, Shuqing Zhang1, Shishu Zhang1, Xiaobo Li2, Dongyan Liu2, Hua Xu2, Jin Zhang1, and Lianming Tong1,*

1 Peking University, China

2 Shaanxi Normal University, China

Layered ReS2 can be doped by gold film, and electrons are injected into the conduction band of ReS2. The doping level is layer-number dependent and can be probed by the change of enhancement factor and the degree of anisotropy in enhanced Raman intensities of copper phthalocyanine (CuPc) probe molecules.


563–568




Formation mechanism of twin domain boundary in 2D materials: The case for WTe2

Guan-Yong Wang1, Weiyu Xie2,3, Dan Xu1, Hai-Yang Ma1, Hao Yang1, Hong Lu4, Hao-Hua Sun1, Yao-Yi Li1, Shuang Jia4, Liang Fu5, Shengbai Zhang2,*, and Jin-Feng Jia1,6,*

1 Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

2 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

3 China Academy of Engineering Physics (CAEP), China

4 Peking University, China

5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

6 Tsung-Dao Lee Institute, China

The formation mechanism of twin domain boundary in WTe2 is revealed by high-resolution scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) combined with density functional theory calculations.


569–573




Hierarchical growth of a novel Mn-Bi coupled BiVO4 arrays for enhanced photoelectrochemical water splitting

Lu Wang, Jinzhan Su*, and Liejin Guo*

Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

Due to the spontaneous photo-electric-field-enhancement effect in nanocone structure, Mn-Bi oxygen evolution catalyst was selectively deposited at the apex of BiVO4 nanaocone by photodeposition. The obtained novel structure shows significant improvement of photocurrent as a result of enhanced surface charge injection efficiency.


575–580




Insight of surface treatments for CMOS compatibility of InAs nanowires

Daya S. Dhungana, Anne Hemeryck, Nicolo Sartori, Pier- Francesco Fazzini, Filadelfo Cristiano, and Sébastien R. Plissard*

Université de Toulouse, France

Full CMOS compatible InAs nanowires on Si(111) have been grown by Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) without crossing the CMOS thermal budget at any point.


581–586




Water transport through subnanopores in the ultimate size limit: Mechanism from molecular dynamics

Jiyu Xu1,2, Chongqin Zhu3, Yifei Wang1,2, Hui Li1,4, Yongfeng Huang1,2, Yutian Shen1,2, Joseph S. Francisco3, Xiao Cheng Zeng3,*, and Sheng Meng1,2,*

1 Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3 University of Nebraska, USA

4 Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

Simulations show that water can transport through the 0.57-nm subnanopores via a chemical-reaction-like activated process.


587–592




All in one theranostic nanoplatform enables efficient anti-tumor peptide delivery for triple-modal imaging guided cancer therapy

Xiaoyan Qu1, Zhengqing Liu2, Bohan Ma1, Na Li1,4, Hongyang Zhao1, Tian Yang3, Yumeng Xue1, Xiaozhi Zhang3, Yongping Shao1, Ying Chang1, Jun Xu2, Bo Lei1,*, and Yaping Du2,*

1 Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

2 Nankai University, China

3 The First Affiliated Hospital of Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

4 Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

A multifunctional nanoplatform based on porous europium/gadolinium (Eu/Gd)-doped NaLa(MoO4)2 nanoparticles was constructed to deliver antitumor peptide of B-cell lymphoma/leukemia-2-like protein 11 (BIM) for cancer therapy. Importantly, the BIM peptide was efficiently delivered into the tumor cells, and then inhibited the growth and promoted the apoptosis of cancer cells in vitro.


593–599




Selectively patterned TiO2 nanorods as electron transport pathway for high performance perovskite solar cells

Daihong Huh1, KyoungSuk Oh1,2, Minjin Kim1,2, Hak-Jong Choi1,3, Dong Suk Kim2,*, and Heon Lee1,*

1 Korea University, Republic of Korea

2 Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER), Republic of Korea

3 University of Pennsylvania, USA

By using selectively patterned TiO2 nanorod as an electron transport layer, the optical and electrical properties improvement of the perovskite solar cell was confirmed. In this study, fabricated perovskite solar cells (PSCs) have a conversion efficiency of 19.86%.


601–606




N-doped-carbon coated Ni2P-Ni sheets anchored on graphene with superior energy storage behavior

Yuanxing Zhang, Li Sun*, Liqi Bai, Haochen Si, Yu Zhang, and Yihe Zhang*

China University of Geosciences, China

A Ni2P-Ni@NC@graphene composite was fabricated as electrodes for asymmetric supercapacitors and lithium ion batteries, demonstrating outstanding pseudocapacitive characteristics and excellent lithium storage behavior.


607–618




Biexciton Auger recombination in mono-dispersed, quantum- confined CsPbBr3 perovskite nanocrystals obeys universal volume-scaling

Yulu Li1,2, Tao Ding2, Xiao Luo2, Zongwei Chen2, Xue Liu2, Xin Lu1,*, and Kaifeng Wu2,*

1 Xiamen University, China

2 Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


Biexciton Auger recombination lifetime in mono-dispersed, quantum- confined CsPbBr3 perovskite nanocrystals was found to obey the universal volume scaling, but with a scaling factor 12-fold faster than conventional quantum dots.


619–623




Nanorattle Au@PtAg encapsulated in ZIF-8 for enhancing CO2 photoreduction to CO

Yuqun Su1, Haitao Xu1,*, Jiajia Wang1, Xikuo Luo1, Zhen-liang Xu1, Kefu Wang2, and Wenzhong Wang2

1 East China University of Science and Technology (ECUST), China

2 Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

A zeolitic imidazolate-based metal–organic framework (MOF) catalyst Au@PtAg@ZIF-8 was assembled. The monodisperse bimetallic core–shell nanorods Au@Ag were employed and reacted with K2PtCl4 aqueous solution, which yielded rod-like nanorattles Au@PtAg via galvanic replacement. Au NRs, Au@Ag NRs, and Au@PtAg NRTs (NR = nanorod, NRT = nanorattle) were encapsulated into ZIF-8. Their catalytic effectiveness was investigated for the gas-phase CO2 photoreduction with H2O.


625–630




Exploiting oleic acid to prepare two-dimensional assembly of Si@graphitic carbon yolk-shell nanoparticles for lithium-ion battery anodes

Xiao Chen, Chen Chen, Yu Zhang, Xianfeng Zhang, Dong Yang*, and Angang Dong*

Fudan University, China

Oleic acid, a conventional ligand for colloidal nanocrystal synthesis, has been exploited as a versatile ligand and carbon precursor for the scalable production of two-dimensional (2D) assemblies of interconnected Si@graphitic carbon yolk-shell nanoparticles (2D-Si@gC) from commercial Si powders. Benefiting from its unique architecture, the resulting 2D- Si@gC exhibits excellent rate capability and cycling stability when used as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries.


631–636




Efficient renal clearance of DNA tetrahedron nanoparticles enables quantitative evaluation of kidney function

Dawei Jiang1,2, Hyung-Jun Im1,3, Madeline E. Boleyn1, Christopher G. England1, Dalong Ni1, Lei Kang1,4, Jonathan W. Engle1, Peng Huang2,*, Xiaoli Lan5,*, and Weibo Cai1,*

1 University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

2 Shenzhen University, China

3 Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

4 Peking University First Hospital, China

5 Huazhong University of Science and Technology; Hubei Key Laboratory of Molecular Imaging, China

Radiolabeled DNA tetrahedron nanostructures (64Cu-DTN) navigate throughout kidneys in healthy mice and mice with nephropathy, which was analyzed by dynamic positron emission tomography (PET) imaging and a cohesive mathematical model for kidney function evaluation.


637–642




Metal–organic framework coated titanium dioxide nanorod array p–n heterojunction photoanode for solar water-splitting

Hui Yang1, Joeseph Bright1, Sujan Kasani1, Peng Zheng1, Terence Musho1, Banglin Chen2, Ling Huang3,*, and Nianqiang Wu1,*

1 West Virginia University, USA

2 University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

3 Nanjing Tech University (NanjingTech), China

A metal–organic framework (MOF) is coated on titanium dioxide nanorod array via a layer-by-layer self-assembly method, which forms a p–n heterojunction photoanode for photoelectrochemical water splitting. The p–n junction improves the extraction of photogenerated electrons and holes out of the TiO2 nanorods. The MOF coating significantly improves the efficiency of charge injection at the photoanode/electrolyte interface.


643–650



Composition optimized trimetallic PtNiRu dendritic nanostructures as versatile and active electrocatalysts for alcohol oxidation

Yan Lu1, Wei Wang1,2,3, Xiaowei Chen1, Yuhui Zhang1, Yanchen Han1, Yong Cheng2, Xue-Jiao Chen1, Kai Liu1, Yuanyuan Wang1, Qiaobao Zhang2, and Shuifen Xie1,3,*

1 Huaqiao University, China

2 Xiamen University, China

3 Shenzhen Research Institute of Xiamen University, China

Trimetallic PtNiRu dendritic nanostructures with precisely optimized compositions can serve as versatile and active catalysts towards diverse alcohol electrooxidations for fuel-flexible fuel cell applications.


651–657




Efficient and targeted drug/siRNA co-delivery mediated by reversibly crosslinked polymersomes toward anti-inflammatory treatment of ulcerative colitis (UC)

Xin Xu, Weijing Yang, Qiujun Liang, Yanan Shi, Wenxin Zhang, Xiao Wang, Fenghua Meng, Zhiyuan Zhong*, and Lichen Yin*

Soochow University, China

Macrophage-targeting and reversibly crosslinked polymersomes (TKPR- RCP) were developed to efficiently co-deliver both TNF-α small interfering RNA (siRNA) and dexamethasone sodium phosphate (DSP), which afforded potent and cooperative anti-inflammatory effect toward the treatment of ulcerative colitis (UC).


659–667




Hybrid dual-channel phototransistor based on 1D t-Se and 2D ReS2 mixed-dimensional heterostructures

Jingkai Qin1,2, Hang Yan1, Gang Qiu2, Mengwei Si2, Peng Miao1, Yuqin Duan2, Wenzhu Shao3, Liang Zhen1, Chengyan Xu1,*, and Peide D Ye2,*

1 Harbin Institute of Technology, China

2 Purdue University, USA

This work highlights that t-Se/ReS2 hybrid structure might be a promising candidate for future high-performance optoelectronic devices.


669–674




Microscopic insight into the single step growth of in-plane heterostructures between graphene and hexagonal boron nitride

Thanh Hai Nguyen1, Daniele Perilli2, Mattia Cattelan1,3, Hongsheng Liu2, Francesco Sedona1, Neil A. Fox3, Cristiana Di Valentin2, and Stefano Agnoli1,*

1 University of Padova, Italy

2 Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy

3 University of Bristol, UK

A variety of h-BN/graphene nanostructures can be obtained by the controlled decomposition of dimethylamino borane complex on the Pt(111) surface at different temperatures, which encompass B and N doped graphene layers, h-BN/graphene two-dimensional (2D) Janus quantum dots, and h-BN/graphene patchy layers. For the first time we report a quite unique 2D heterostructure where the graphene armchair edges are seamlessly connected to the h-BN zigzag edges.


675–682




Novel highly active carbon supported ternary PdNiBi nanoparticles as anode catalyst for the alkaline direct ethanol fuel cell

Bernd Cermenek1,*, Johanna Ranninger1, Birgit Feketeföldi2, Ilse Letofsky-Papst1, Norbert Kienzl3, Brigitte Bitschnau1, and Viktor Hacker1,*

1 Graz University of Technology, Austria

2 JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH/Materials, Austria

3 Bioenergy 2020+ GmbH, Austria

The Ni–OHads and Bi–OHads species on carbon supported Pd70Ni20Bi10 nanocatalyst facilitate the ethanol oxidation reaction (EOR) process to CH3COO by bifunctional mechanism and also by oxidative removal of poisonous ethanol species from the catalyst surface. This results in a catalytic activity enhancement of Pd70Ni20Bi10/C with lower onset potential (0.236 V) for alkaline EOR compared to Pd/C (0.280 V) and Pd60Ni40/C (0.290 V) nanocatalysts.


683–693




Spindle-like Fe7S8/N-doped carbon nanohybrids for high- performance sodium ion battery anodes

Aihua Jin1,2, Mi-Ju Kim1,2, Kug-Seung Lee3, Seung-Ho Yu1,2,†,*, and Yung-Eun Sung1,2,*

1 Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Republic of Korea

2 Seoul National University, Republic of Korea

3 Pohang Accelerator Laboratory (PAL), Republic of Korea

Present address: Cornell University, USA

Spindle-like Fe7S8 with nitrogen-doped carbon (Fe7S8/N-C) nanohybrids are synthesized by using a metal organic framework and exhibit extremely high electrochemical properties as anode materials for sodium ion batteries. The reversible conversion reaction and surface reaction have been studied by X-ray absorption spectroscopy and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analyses.


695–700


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