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《纳米研究》2019年第5期目录

编辑部 NanoResearch

Nano Research



Review Articles


Photocatalysts for degradation of dyes in industrial effluents: Opportunities and challenges

Hassan Anwer1, Asad Mahmood1, Jechan Lee2, Ki-Hyun Kim1,*, Jae-Woo Park1,*, and Alex C. K. Yip3

1 Hanyang University, Republic of Korea

2 Ajou University, Republic of Korea

3 University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Photocatalysts for dye degradation were categorized in to three generations, and the mechanisms and controlling factors of dye degradation were investigated. A performance evaluation method was proposed to compare photocatalyst systems for dye degradation.


955–972





Graphene oxide-based hydrogels as a nanocarrier for anticancer drug delivery

Abdullah A. Ghawanmeh1, Gomaa A. M. Ali1,2, H. Algarni3, Shaheen M. Sarkar4, and Kwok Feng Chong1,*

1 Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia

2 Al–Azhar University, Egypt

3 King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia

4 University of Limerick, Ireland

Various graphene oxide based hydrogels, were prepared with several natural and synthetic polymers for loading and release of different types of anticancer drugs.


973–990





Research Articles


Cubosome nanoparticles for enhanced delivery of mitochondria anticancer drug elesclomol and therapeutic monitoring via sub- cellular NAD(P)H multi-photon fluorescence lifetime imaging

Ana R. Faria, Oscar F. Silvestre, Christian Maibohm, Ricardo M. R. Adão, Bruno F. B. Silva, and Jana B. Nieder*

INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, Portugal

In this study we present the first elesclomol-copper nanodrug delivery system and show its in vitro enhanced performance based on conventional cytotoxicity assays. Additionally, we establish a novel approach for the therapeutic monitoring of anticancer nanocarriers in live cells using label free multi-photon fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (MP-FLIM) of endogenous NAD(P)H.


991–998





Photodynamic therapy-triggered on-demand drug release from ROS-responsive core-cross-linked micelles toward synergistic anti-cancer treatment

Yongjuan Li1, Jian Hu1, Xun Liu1, Yong Liu2,*, Shixian Lv1, Juanjuan Dang1, Yong Ji3,*, Jinlin He2, and Lichen Yin1,*

1 Soochow University, China

2 University of Groningen and University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands

3 Wuxi People’s Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing Medical University, China

Reactive oxygen species (ROS)-responsive core-crosslinked (RCCL) micelles with desired stability were developed to efficiently co-deliver both chemodrug (doxorubicin, Dox) and photosensitizer (chlorin e6, Ce6), and tumor-site specific light irradiation produced ROS in tumor tissues that destabilized the micelles and released Dox in an “on-demand” manner to achieve potent and synergistic anti-cancer efficacy. 


999–1008





Nanoscale monitoring of mitochondria and lysosome interactions for drug screening and discovery

Qixin Chen1,2,3, Xintian Shao1,2,3, Zhiqi Tian3, Yang Chen3, Payel Mondal4, Fei Liu1,2, Fengshan Wang1, Peixue Ling1,2,*, Weijiang He5,*, Kai Zhang4,*, Zijian Guo5, and Jiajie Diao3,*

1 Shandong University, China

2 National-Local Joint Engineering Laboratory of Polysaccharide Drugs, China

3 University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, USA

4 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

5 Nanjing University, China

A novel strategy using structured illumination microscopy to screen and discover drugs at nanoscale in living cell is proposed. This strategy can provide a dynamic visualization and quantitative evidence for mitochondria- lysosomes interactions at the nanoscale, which promises to increase the success rate of drug screening and shorten the cycle of drug discovery.


1009–1015





An integrated cathode with bi-functional catalytic effect for excellent-performance lithium–sulfur batteries

Mengmeng Zhen1,2,†, Xintao Zuo1, Juan Wang1, and Cheng Wang1,*

1 Tianjin University of Technology, China

2 Hebei University of Technology, China

Present address: Hebei University of Technology, China

When using the N, S dual-doped bamboo-like CNTs@Co3S4-sulfur as cathodes, the battery delivers excellent cycling performances.


1017–1024





Encapsulating segment-like antimony nanorod in hollow carbon tube as long-lifespan, high-rate anodes for rechargeable K-ion batteries

Wen Luo1, Feng Li2, Weiran Zhang3, Kang Han1, Jean-Jacques Gaumet4, Hans-Eckhardt Schaefer1,5, and Liqiang Mai1,*

1 Wuhan University of Technology, China

2 University of Science and Technology of China, China

3 Boston University, USA

4 Université de Lorraine, France

5 Stuttgart University, Germany

Nanorod-in-nanotube-structured Sb@HCT was prepared as K-ion battery anode and the introduction of potassium bis(fluorosulfonyl)imide (KFSI) electrolyte salt boosts the electrochemical performance. Meanwhile a reversible potassium storage mechanism for Sb anode is disclosed.


1025–1031





Revealing the crystallization process and realizing uniform 1.8 eV MA-based wide-bandgap mixed-halide perovskites via solution engineering

Yue-Min Xie1,2, Chunqing Ma1,2, Xiuwen Xu1,2, Menglin Li1,2, Yuhui Ma1,2, Jing Wang1,2, Hrisheekesh Thachoth Chandran1,2, Chun-Sing Lee1,2, and Sai-Wing Tsang1,2,*

1 City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

2 City University of Hong Kong Shenzhen Research Institute, China

It is revealed that the fast nucleation and the large difference in complexation ability of Br and Ito Pb2+ result in inhomogeneous chemical composition of small particles. By diluting the precursor solution, the homogeneity of small particles can be improved, thus, the appearance of pin-holes can be inhibited.


1033–1039





Nitrogen-doped graphene quantum dots: Optical properties modification and photovoltaic applications

Md Tanvir Hasan, Roberto Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Conor Ryan, Kristof Pota, Kayla Green, Jeffery L. Coffer, and Anton V. Naumov*

Texas Christian University, USA

Optical properties of nitrogen self-doped graphene quantum dots are optimized using ozone treatment and those are further utilized as a photoactive layer in solar cells showing significant improvement in photovoltaic performance: power conversion efficiency (PCE) up to 2.64%, fill factor (FF) up to 86.4%.


1041–1047





Stress-induced CsPbBr3 nanocrystallization on glass surface: Unexpected mechanoluminescence and applications

Xiaoqiang Xiang1,2, Hang Lin1,*, Renfu Li1, Yao Cheng1, Qingming Huang3, Ju Xu1, Congyong Wang1, Xueyuan Chen1, and Yuansheng Wang1,*

1 Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2 Fujian Normal University, China

3 Fuzhou University, China

Visualization of dynamical force is achieved via mechanoluminescence arising from CsPbBr3 crystallization on glass surface. The unprecedented stress-induced glass crystallization not only provides a new technique to prepare CsPbBr3 in a green, time-saving, low cost, and batched way, but also opens up novel application directions of CsPbBr3 in the fields of force sensor and Pb2+-detection.


1049–1054





Dual-enzyme-propelled unbounded DNA walking nanomachine for intracellular imaging of lowly expressed microRNA

Tianshu Chen1, Yaoyao Chen1, Huinan Chen1, Fan Zhang1, Qianqian Zhang1, Guifang Chen1,2,*, and Xiaoli Zhu1,*

1 Shanghai University, China

2 University of Washington, USA

A dual-enzyme-propelled DNA walking nanomachine is developed for intracellular imaging of lowly expressed miRNAs at the single cell level. This DNA nanomachine mainly consists of three-dimensional DNA tracks on gold nanoparticles and two cooperative enzymes that could propel a stepwise walking motion of the target miRNA on the tracks.


1055–1060





A high over-potential binder-free electrode constructed of Prussian blue and MnO2 for high performance aqueous supercapacitors

Gaowei Zhang1, Hua Yao1, Feng Zhang1,2, Zitao Gao1, Qiujun Li1, Yangyi Yang1,*, and Xihong Lu1

1 Sun Yat-sen University, China

2 Huanghuai University, China

A binder-free coordination superamolecular network (CSN)/MnO2 (Prussian blue/MnO2, denoted as CSN-PB/MnO2) composite electrode fabricated via electrodeposition shows high cell voltage and energy density for aqueous hybrid supercapacitors.


1061–1069





Visual dual chemodynamic/photothermal therapeutic nanoplatform based on superoxide dismutase plus Prussian blue

Shan Lei, Jinxing Chen, Kun Zeng, Mozhen Wang*, and Xuewu Ge*

University of Science and Technology of China, China

A multi-functional PBFS-PSS/DiFe/SOD nanoparticulate system has been prepared. This system can be used for efficiently dual-mode chemodynamic/ photothermal therapy.


1071–1082





Highly accessible aqueous synthesis of well-dispersed dendrimer type platinum nanoparticles and their catalytic applications

Adrián Fernández-Lodeiro1,2, Jamila Djafari1,2, David Lopez-Tejedor3, Carlos Perez-Rizquez3, Benito Rodríguez-González4, José Luis Capelo1,2, Jose M. Palomo3,*, Carlos Lodeiro1,2,*, and Javier Fernández-Lodeiro1,2,*

1 University NOVA of Lisbon, Portugal

2 PROTEOMASS Scientific Society, Portugal

3 Department of Biocatalysis, Institute of Catalysis (CSIC), Spain

4 University of Vigo, Spain

Iron (II) was used in the reduction process of the K2PtCl4 salt to produce colloids suspensions of platinum nanodendrimers. Catalytic application has been explored in the reduction of p-nitrophenol (p-NP) in aqueous media at room temperature obtained the turnover frequency (TOF) value of 253 min–1, as well as artificial metalloenzyme showing catechol-oxidase activity for oxidation of L-DOPA.


1083–1092





Mn3O4 nanoparticles@reduced graphene oxide composite: An efficient electrocatalyst for artificial N2 fixation to NH3 at ambient conditions

Hong Huang1, Feng Gong1, Yuan Wang1, Huanbo Wang2, Xiufeng Wu1,3, Wenbo Lu3, Runbo Zhao1, Hongyu Chen1, Xifeng Shi4, Abdullah M. Asiri5, Tingshuai Li1, Qian Liu1, and Xuping Sun1,*

1 University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

2 Southwest University of Science and Technology, China

3 Shanxi Normal University, China

4 Shandong Normal University, China

5 King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

Mn3O4 nanoparticles@reduced graphene oxide (Mn3O4@rGO) acts as a stable electrocatalyst for N2 reduction reaction (NRR). When tested in 0.1 M Na2SO4 solution at ambient conditions, such Mn3O4@rGO catalyst obtains a NH3 yield of 17.4 µg·h−1·mg−1cat. and a Faradaic efficiency of 3.52% at −0.85 V vs. reversible hydrogen electrode (RHE). Density functional theory (DFT) calculations show that the (112) planes of Mn3O4 possess superior NRR activity.


1093–1098





Atomistic insight into ordered defect superstructures at novel grain boundaries in CuO nanosheets: From structures to electronic properties

Lulu Zhao1, Lei Li1, Huaping Sheng1, He Zheng1,*, Shuangfeng Jia1, Weiwei Meng1, Huihui Liu1, Fan Cao1, Huayu Peng1, and Jianbo Wang1,2,*

1 Wuhan University, China

2 Central South University, China

Novel atomic/electronic structures of three typical grain boundaries frequently observed in CuO nanosheets are studied based on both atomistic observations and theoretical investigations. The unambiguous experimental evidences indicate the point-defect-mediated superstructures which are theorized to facilitate the ionic transportation and lead to the appearance of unreported magnetism.


1099–1104





High areal capacity flexible sulfur cathode based on multi- functionalized super-aligned carbon nanotubes

Lujie Jia1, Jian Wang2, Zijin Chen1, Yipeng Su1, Wei Zhao1, Datao Wang1, Yang Wei1, Kaili Jiang1, Jiaping Wang1, Yang Wu1, Jia Li1, Wenhui Duan1, Shoushan Fan1, and Yuegang Zhang1,2,*

1 Tsinghua University, China

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

Flexible Li/S cells based on a super-aligned carbon nanotube scaffold that is mechanically reinforced and chemically functionalized by a catalytic sulfur/nitrogen co-doped carbon layer exhibit high areal capacity and excellent mechanical endurance, showing great application potential in wearable electronics.


1105–1113





Hierarchical flower-like cobalt phosphosulfide derived from Prussian blue analogue as an efficient polysulfides adsorbent for long-life lithium–sulfur batteries

Xiaoxia Chen1, Xuyang Ding1, Haliya Muheiyati1, Zhenyu Feng1, Liqiang Xu1,2,*, Weini Ge1, and Yitai Qian1

1 Shandong University, China

2 Shenzhen Research Institute of Shandong University, China

Hierarchical flower-like cobalt phosphosulfide have been successfully synthesized via conversion of Prussian blue analogue precursor in the PxSy atmosphere and then applied as sulfur host in Li–S batteries for the first time, which delivers good rate performance and superb cycle-stability.


1115–1120





A bioinspired high-modulus mineral hydrogel binder for improving the cycling stability of microsized silicon particle-based lithium-ion battery

Meng Tian1, Xiao Chen1, Shengtong Sun2,*, Dong Yang1,*, and Peiyi Wu1,2,*

1 Fudan University, China

2 Donghua University, China

A bioinspired mineral hydrogel consisting of polyacrylic acid physically crosslinked with amorphous calcium carbonate nanoparticles is designed as a binder for low-cost microsized Si particle-based Li-ion battery anodes. The hybrid binder with ultrahigh modulus effectively suppresses the pulverization of Si particles and maintains the mechanical integrity of electrodes during cycling to obtain excellent cycling stability.


1121–1127





Polypyrrole-based hybrid nanostructures grown on textile for wearable supercapacitors

Lingchang Wang, Chenguang Zhang*, Xin Jiao, and Zhihao Yuan*

Tianjin University of Technology, China

A hybrid structure consisting of vertical polypyrrole nanotube arrays and carbon nano-onions is synthesized on textile and used for fabricating wearable supercapacitors which can realize high energy storage performance and stable capacitance retention under stretching.


1129–1137





Direct van der Waals epitaxial growth of 1D/2D Sb2Se3/WS2 mixed-dimensional p-n heterojunctions

Guangzhuang Sun1, Bo Li1, Jia Li1, Zhengwei Zhang1, Huifang Ma1, Peng Chen1, Bei Zhao1, Ruixia Wu1, Weiqi Dang1, Xiangdong Yang1, Xuwan Tang1, Chen Dai1, Ziwei Huang1, Yuan Liu1, Xidong Duan1,*, and Xiangfeng Duan2

1 Hunan University, China

2 University of California, Los Angeles, USA

In this work, we synthesized one-dimensional/two-dimensional (1D/2D) Sb2Se3/WS2 mixed-dimensional p-n heterostructures by two-step direct vapor-phase epitaxy and further investigated the interfacial combination mode as well as optoelectronic performance.


1139–1145





Exposing Cu-rich {110} active facets in PtCu nanostars for boosting electrochemical performance toward multiple liquid fuels electrooxidation

Liping Huang1, Wei Zhang2,4, Peng Li1,*, Yongbo Song1, Hongting Sheng1, Yuanxin Du1, Yang-Gang Wang2,*, Yuen Wu3, Xun Hong3, Yanhuai Ding4, Xiaoyou Yuan1, and Manzhou Zhu1,*

1 Anhui University, China

2 Southern University of Science and Technology, China

3 University of Science and Technology of China, China

4 Xiangtan University, China

We report the synthesis of compositional segregated PtCu nanostars that are composed of a Cu-rich dodecahedral core exposed with {110} facets, and six Pt-rich arms. Both experimental results and theoretical calculations demonstrated that the unique compositional anisotropy in shaped PtCu nanostructures could boost their applications in electrocatalysis.


1147–1153





Post-synthesis phase and shape evolution of CsPbBr3 colloidal nanocrystals: The role of ligands

Elisabetta Fanizza1,2,*, Francesca Cascella1,†, Davide Altamura3, Cinzia Giannini3, Annamaria Panniello2, Leonardo Triggiani1,2, Francesca Panzarea1, Nicoletta Depalo2, Roberto Grisorio4,5, Gian Paolo Suranna4,5, Angela Agostiano1,2, M. Lucia Curri1,2, and Marinella Striccoli2,*

1 Università degli Studi di Bari “A. Moro”, Italy

2 CNR-Istituto per i Processi Chimico Fisici, Italy

3 CNR-Istituto di Cristallografia, Italy

4 Politecnico di Bari, Italy

5 CNR-NANOTEC-Istituto di Nanotecnologia, Italy

Present Address: Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Physical and Chemical Foundations of Process Engineering, Germany

Ligand induced shape and phase evolution of three-dimensional (3D) CsPbBr3 nanocubes into two-dimensional (2D) nanoplates, one-dimensional (1D) nanowires, and zero-dimensional (0D) nanostructures.


1155–1166





Nitrogen-carbon layer coated nickel nanoparticles for efficient electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide

Dongxing Tan1,2, Chaonan Cui1,2, Jinbiao Shi1,2, Zhixun Luo1,2,*, Bingxing Zhang1,2, Xiuniang Tan1,2, Buxing Han1,2, Lirong Zheng3, Jing Zhang3, and Jianling Zhang1,2,*

1 Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3 Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Here we propose a strategy for improving the efficiency and selectivity of nickel for electrocatalytic CO2 reduction by coating nickel nanoparticles with a thin carbon-nitrogen layer. Such a structure efficiently favors the CO desorption from catalyst surface and suppresses hydrogen production.


1167–1172





Highly active zigzag-like Pt-Zn alloy nanowires with high-index facets for alcohol electrooxidation

Yanchao Xu1, Xiaoqiang Cui1,*, Shuting Wei1, Qinghua Zhang2, Lin Gu2, Fanqi Meng2, Jinchang Fan1, and Weitao Zheng1,*

1 Jilin University, China

2 Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Pt–Zn alloy nanowires with unique zigzag-like structure and abundant high-index facets are developed for efficient alcohol electrooxidation. Alloying-induced d-band electron modulation and lattice strain effects weaken the adsorption strength of poisoning species, which intrinsically enhances the catalytic activity of Pt-Zn nanowires (NWs).


1173–1179





gt-C3N4 coordinated single atom as an efficient electrocatalyst for nitrogen reduction reaction

Lifu Zhang1,2, Wanghui Zhao2, Wenhua Zhang2,*, Jing Chen1,3, and Zhenpeng Hu1,*

1 Nankai University, China

2 University of Science and Technology of China, China

3 Shanxi University, China

Based on density functional calculations, we propose several promising electrocatalysts for nitrogen reduction reaction (NRR) at mild condition. Mo/gt-C3N4 and V/gt-C3N4 may have superior performance.


1181–1186





Compressive surface strained atomic-layer Cu2O on Cu@Ag nanoparticles

Xiyue Zhu1, Hongpan Rong1,*, Xiaobin Zhang2, Qiumei Di1, Huishan Shang1, Bing Bai1, Jiajia Liu1, Jia Liu1, Meng Xu1, Wenxing Chen1, and Jiatao Zhang1,*

1 Beijing Institute of Technology, China

2 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

The precise tuning of atomic-layer Cu2O with compressive strain on Cu@Ag nanoparticles has been achieved successfully.


1187–1192





One-pot synthesis of highly conductive nickel-rich phosphide/ CNTs hybrid as a polar sulfur host for high-rate and long-cycle Li-S battery

Xiao-Fei Yu, Dong-Xu Tian, Wen-Cui Li, Bin He, Yu Zhang, Zhi-Yuan Chen, and An-Hui Lu*

Dalian University of Technology, China

The Ni12P5/CNTs hybrid was prepared via a one-step co-pyrolysis method, which exhibited a high conductivity, high surface area, firm affinity towards polysulfides and enhanced redox kinetics. The Ni12P5/CNTs-S cathode displays high rate capability and prolonged cycling stability when applied in Li-S battery.


1193–1197





A cross-linked polyacrylamide electrolyte with high ionic conductivity for compressible supercapacitors with wide temperature tolerance

Xuting Jin, Guoqiang Sun, Guofeng Zhang, Hongsheng Yang, Yukun Xiao, Jian Gao, Zhipan Zhang*, and Liangti Qu*

Beijing Institute of Technology, China

A cross-linked polyacrylamide electrolyte by methacrylated graphene oxide (MGO-PAM) is developed to have an excellent elasticity even at –30 °C and a higher ion conductivity (12.7 S·m–1) than most of polyelectrolytes previously reported. Moreover, the fabricated supercapacitors based on MGO-PAM polyelectrolyte have a highly reversible compressibility and wide temperature tolerance from –30 to 100 °C.


1199–1206





Low-cost, simple, and scalable self-assembly of DNA origami nanostructures

Patrick D. Halley, Randy A. Patton, Amjad Chowdhury, John C. Byrd, and Carlos E. Castro*

The Ohio State University, USA

Present address: University of Texas Austin, USA

We report a rapid, simple, and scalable approach to fabricate DNA origami nanostructures that can be carried out on low-cost and widely available equipment such as hot plates, water baths, or even laboratory burners. We anticipate these low-cost and scalable methods can enable broader use of DNA origami and facilitate development towards biomedical and other applications.


1207–1215


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