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《纳米研究》2019年第6期目录(专刊)

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Research Articles


Quantum-confined ion superfluid in nerve signal transmission

Xiqi Zhang1 and Lei Jiang1,2,3,*

1 Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3 Beihang University, China

Ultrafast ions transportation through all sodium-potassium pump nanochannels simultaneously in the membrane leads to quantum-confined ion superfluid (QISF) wave along the neuronal axon, which acts as an information medium in the ultrafast nerve signal transmission.


1219–1221





A tri-layer approach to controlling nanopore formation in oxide supports

Abha A. Gosavi, James L. Hedrick, Peng-Cheng Chen, Justin M. Notestein*, and Chad A. Mirkin*

Northwestern University, USA

Metal nanoparticles, supported on amorphous SiO2, form nanopores in the SiO2 when heated above 1,000 °C. In this paper, we show that this behavior is general to a variety of metals (Au, Ag, Cu, Pd, and Pt) and demonstrate a way to control the extent of entrenchment. Further, we propose a mechanism and explain that this entrenchment occurs due to the glass-transition exhibited by amorphous SiO2.


1223–1228





Review Articles


Review on photocatalytic and electrocatalytic artificial nitrogen fixation for ammonia synthesis at mild conditions: Advances, challenges and perspectives

Xiaolan Xue, Renpeng Chen, Changzeng Yan, Peiyang Zhao, Yi Hu, Wenjun Zhang, Songyuan Yang, and Zhong Jin*

Nanjing University, China

This review presents the research progresses on the design of photo(electro)catalysts and electrocatalysts for N2 reduction reaction towards ammonia synthesis in aqueous solutions under ambient conditions and discusses the challenges and prospects of artificial nitrogen fixation.


1229–1249





Luminescent metal nanoclusters for biomedical applications

Yu Su1, Tiantian Xue1, Yuxin Liu1, Jinxia Qi1, Rongchao Jin2,*, and Zhenkun Lin1,*

1 The Second Affiliated Hospital and Yuying Children’s Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, China

2 Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Luminescent metal nanoclusters possess unique properties and hold promise in biomedical applications, including diagnosis and treatment of diseases, especially for tumors and cancers.


1251–1265





Recent advances in the synthesis and applications of anisotropic carbon and silica-based nanoparticles

Chunhong Chen, Lei Xie, and Yong Wang*

Zhejiang University, China

Nature creates abundant organisms with not only isotropic but also anisotropic structures, as is the same with nanofabrication of materials. In this minireview, we summarize the latest synthesis methodologies of anisotropic carbon and silica-based nanoparticles.


1267–1278





Recent progress in engineering near-infrared persistent luminescence nanoprobes for time-resolved biosensing/ bioimaging

Ling Liang1, Na Chen1, Yiyi Jia1, Qinqin Ma2, Jie Wang2, Quan Yuan1,2,*, and Weihong Tan1

1 Hunan University, China

2 Wuhan University, China

This review is organized around the engineering of different type of long- lived near-infrared persistent luminescence nanoprobes (NIR PLNPs) for time-resolved biosensing/bioimaging, such as transition metal ions-doped NIR PLNPs, lanthanide ions-doped NIR PLNPs, organic molecules-based NIR PLNPs, and semiconducting polymer self-assembled NIR PLNPs.


1279–1292





The fabrication and application of Ni-DNA nanowire-based nanoelectronic devices

Pang-Chia Chang1, Chia-Yu Chang1, Wen-Bin Jian1,*, Chiun-Jye Yuan1, Yu-Chang Chen1, and Chia-Ching Chang1,2,*

1 “National Chiao Tung University”, Taiwan, China

2 “Academia Sinica”, Taiwan, China

DNA-guided nickel ion chain (Ni-DNA) nanowire device is a novel memelement exhibiting multiple functions, including memresistor, memcapicitor and redox-based negative differential resistance (NDR) effect. These unique characteristics make Ni-DNA-based nanoelectronic device the potential core components for the future memcomputing.


1293–1300





Research Articles


Synthesis of MoX2 (X = Se or S) monolayers with high- concentration 1T' phase on 4H/fcc-Au nanorods for hydrogen evolution

Zhengqing Liu1,2, Xiao Zhang2, Yue Gong3,4, Qipeng Lu2, Zhicheng Zhang2, Hongfei Cheng2, Qinglang Ma2, Junze Chen2, Meiting Zhao2, Bo Chen2, Ye Chen2, Xue-Jun Wu2, Pengfei Yin2, Lin Gu3,4,5,*, Yaping Du1,*, and Hua Zhang2,*

1 Nankai University, China

2 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

3 Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

4 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

5 Collaborative Innovation Center of Quantum Matter, China

MoX2 (X = Se or S) monolayers with high-concentration 1T′ phase were synthesized through the colloidal synthesis strategy by using 4H/face- centered cubic (fcc)-Au nanorods as templates to form 4H/fcc-Au@MoX2 nanocomposites, which exhibited excellent electrocatalytic performance for hydrogen evolution reaction in acid medium.


1301–1305





Two-dimensional metal-organic-framework as a unique theranostic nano-platform for nuclear imaging and chemo- photodynamic cancer therap

Wenjun Zhu1, Yu Yang2, Qiutong Jin1, Yu Chao1, Longlong Tian1, Jingjing Liu1, Ziliang Dong1, and Zhuang Liu1,*

1 Soochow University, China

2 University of Macau, Macau, China

Two-dimensional nanoscale metal organic frameworks (2D NMOFs) composed of Zn2+ and tetrakis(4-carboxyphenyl) porphyrin (TCPP) are fabricated and functionalized with polyethylene glycol (PEG). Compared to their particulate counterpart, such 2D NMOFs show greatly increased drug loading capacity and enhanced light-triggered singlet oxygen production, promising for chemotherapy and photodynamic therapy (PDT) with efficient biodegradation and rapid renal clearance.


1307–1312





Shape-controlled synthesis of liquid metal nanodroplets for photothermal therapy

Junjie Yan1,2,3, Xudong Zhang1,3 , Yang Liu4, Yanqi Ye1,3, Jicheng Yu1,3, Qian Chen1,3, Jinqiang Wang1,3, Yuqi Zhang1,3, Quanyin Hu1,3, Yang Kang1,3, Min Yang2,*, and Zhen Gu1,3,*

1 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University, USA

2 Jiangsu Institute of Nuclear Medicine, China

3 University of California, Los Angeles, USA

4 North Carolina State University, USA

Utilization of ultrasmall water-soluble melanin nanoparticles (MNPs) as a ligand not only can achieve excellent stability in aqueous solutions, but also can realize the shape-controlled synthesis of liquid metal (LM) nanodroplets. Among various shapes, LM nanorices presented the best photothermal conversion efficiency and performed as a new kind of photothermal ablation agents.


1313–1320





Glutathione-capped quantum dots for plasma membrane labeling and membrane potential imaging

Guangcun Chen1,2,*, Yejun Zhang1,2, Zhao Peng1,2, Dehua Huang1,2, Chunyan Li1,2, and Qiangbin Wang1,2,3,*

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

2 University of Science and Technology of China, China

3 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Glutathione-capped quantum dots were prepared by a facile ligand exchange method and used for plasma membrane labeling and membrane potential imaging.


1321–1326





Fabrication of NiFe layered double hydroxide with well-defined laminar superstructure as highly efficient oxygen evolution electrocatalysts

Hao Zhang, Haoyi Li, Bilal Akram, and Xun Wang*

Tsinghua University, China

The layered double hydroxide-based laminar superstructure was fabricated by a one-step hydrothermal process, and exhibited an excellent catalytic activity on electrochemical oxygen evolution reaction.


1327–1331





High-pressure triggered quantum tunneling tuning through classical percolation in a single nanowire of a binary composite

Sudeshna Samanta1,2, Mokwon Lee2, Deok-Soo Kim2, Jaeyong Kim2, and Lin Wang1,*

1 Center for High Pressure Science & Technology Advanced Research, China

2 Hanyang University, Republic of Korea

We studied the fabrication of a single metal-carbon composite nanowire device inside a diamond-anvil-cell to explore its electrical transport properties under external hydrostatic pressure. The pressure-induced shape reconstruction of metallic grains and associated modification of inter-grain interactions successfully explained the observed electrical transport behavior.


1333–1338





An extreme-condition model for quantifying growth kinetics of colloidal metal nanoparticles

Siyu Wu and Yugang Sun*

Temple University, USA

A strategy has been developed for quantitatively analyzing growth kinetics of colloidal metal nanoparticles by focusing on the time-dependent evolution of total nanoparticle volume at both the very early and the very late growth stages, resulting in the determination of intrinsic kinetics parameters involving in the growth of colloidal silver nanoparticles.


1339–1345





Inverse opal manganese dioxide constructed by few-layered ultrathin nanosheets as high-performance cathodes for aqueous zinc-ion batteries

Hao Ren, Jin Zhao, Lan Yang, Qinghua Liang, Srinivasan Madhavi*, and Qingyu Yan*

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Inverse opal structured birnessite MnO2 composed of ultrathin nanosheets shows promising performance as cathode material for aqueous zinc-ion batteries, benefiting from the ultrathin few-layered nanosheets and the stable unique structure favoring the charge carrier diffusion.


1347–1353





A polyimide cathode with superior stability and rate capability for lithium-ion batteries

Jianghui Zhao1,2, Tuo Kang2, Yanli Chu1,2, Peng Chen2, Feng Jin1,2, Yanbin Shen1,2,*, and Liwei Chen2,3,*

1 University of Science and Technology of China, China

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

3 Shanghai Jiaotong University, China

A binder-free self-supporting organic electrode with excellent redox kinetics is demonstrated via in situ polymerization of a uniform thin polyimide (PI) layer on a porous and highly conductive carbonized nanofiber (CNF) framework.


1355–1360





Stimuli-responsive nitric oxide generator for light-triggered synergistic cancer photothermal/gas therapy

Xuehui Huang, Funeng Xu, Huabo Hou, Jianwen Hou, Yi Wang*, and Shaobing Zhou*

Southwest Jiaotong University, China

A novel intelligent protoporphyrin-based polymer nanoplatform is developed for synergistic enhancement of cancer treatment through combined photothermal therapy (PTT) and nitric oxide (NO) therapy.


1361–1370





Novel hollow Ni0.33Co0.67Se nanoprisms for high capacity lithium storage

Shaohua Zhu, Cheng Chen, Pan He, Shuangshuang Tan, Fangyu Xiong, Ziang Liu, Zhuo Peng, Qinyou An*, and Liqiang Mai*

Wuhan University of Technology, China

Uniform Ni0.33Co0.67Se hollow nanoprisms have been prepared successfully, and they exhibit superior electrochemical performance as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries.


1371–1374





Vacuum-tuned-atmosphere induced assembly of Au@Ag core/shell nanocubes into multi-dimensional superstructures and the ultrasensitive IAPP proteins SERS detection

Meng Xu1, Guopeng Tu1, Muwei Ji2,3, Xiaodong Wan1, Jiajia Liu1, Jia Liu1, Hongpan Rong1, Yanlian Yang4, Chen Wang4, and Jiatao Zhang1,*

1 Beijing Institute of Technology, China

2 Shenzhen University, China

3 Tsinghua University, China

4 National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Coordinated modulating the vacuum degree, colloid concentration and evaporation atmosphere, Au@Ag core/shell nanocubes (NCs) can controllably assemble into diverse multi-dimensional superstructures.


1375–1379





A novel near-infrared light responsive 4D printed nanoarchitecture with dynamically and remotely controllable transformation

Haitao Cui1, Shida Miao1, Timothy Esworthy1, Se-jun Lee1, Xuan Zhou1, Sung Yun Hann1, Thomas J. Webster2, Brent T. Harris3, and Lijie Grace Zhang1,*

1 The George Washington University, USA

2 Northeastern University, USA

3 Georgetown University, USA

A near-infrared light (NIR) responsive four-dimensional (4D) printing technique is presented, capable of achieving a dynamically and remotely controllable transformation in a spatiotemporal manner.


1381–1388





Sustained co-delivery of gemcitabine and cis-platinum via biodegradable thermo-sensitive hydrogel for synergistic combination therapy of pancreatic cancer

Kun Shi, Bingxin Xue, Yanpeng Jia, Liping Yuan, Ruxia Han, Fan Yang, Jinrong Peng, and Zhiyong Qian*

Sichuan University and Collaborative Innovation Center, China

A dual-drug delivery system was designed that employed an injectable thermo-sensitive copolymer hydrogel for the local delivery of gemcitabine (GEM) and cis-platinum (DDP) to promote the synergistic combination therapy of pancreatic cancer.


1389–1399





Insight of the stability and activity of platinum single atoms on ceria

Xuxu Ye, Hengwei Wang, Yue Lin, Xinyu Liu, Lina Cao, Jian Gu, and Junling Lu*

University of Science and Technology of China, China

Here we show that CeO2 surface defect sites, Pt–O–Ce bond interactions, electronic properties of Pt1 single atoms all play critical roles in the catalytic activity of Pt1/CeO2 single-atom catalysts (SACs).


1401–1409





In-situ fabricated anisotropic halide perovskite nanocrystals in polyvinylalcohol nanofibers: Shape tuning and polarized emission

Linghai Meng1, Changgang Yang2, Jingjia Meng1, Yongzhi Wang1, Yong Ge1, Ziqiang Shao1,*, Guofeng Zhang2, Andrey L. Rogach3, and Haizheng Zhong1,*

1 Beijing Institute of Technology, China

2 Shanxi University, China

3 City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

This paper demonstrates that the shape of lead halide perovskite nanocrystals inside polyvinylalcohol nanofibers can be manipulated through tuning the precursor content, and reveals the influence of the aspect ratios of these anisotropic nanoparticles on the polarized emission.


1411–1416





“Chameleon-like” optical behavior of lanthanide-doped fluoride nanoplates for multilevel anti-counterfeiting applications

Wenwu You, Datao Tu*, Renfu Li, Wei Zheng, and Xueyuan Chen*

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

The “chameleon-like” lanthanide-doped fluoride nanoplates exhibiting unique excitation wavelength-dependent downshifting single-band emissions and sensitive excitation power-dependent upconversion multicolor emissions were explored as multilevel anti-counterfeiting materials.


1417–1422





Wheat straw-derived magnetic carbon foams: In-situ preparation and tunable high-performance microwave absorption

Guangjun Gou, Fanbin Meng*, Huagao Wang, Man Jiang, Wei Wei, and Zuowan Zhou*

Southwest Jiaotong University, China

Fe3+ chelated wheat straw can be directly transformed into magnetic carbon foams, which exhibit tunable high-performance microwave absorption.


1423–1429





An electrodeposition approach to metal/metal oxide heterostructures for active hydrogen evolution catalysts in near-neutral electrolytes

Michael J. Kenney1, Jianan Erick Huang1, Yong Zhu2, Yongtao Meng1,3, Mingquan Xu2, Guanzhou Zhu1, Wei-Hsuan Hung1,4, Yun Kuang1,5, Mengchang Lin3, Xiaoming Sun5, Wu Zhou2, and Hongjie Dai1,*

1 Stanford University, USA

2 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

3 Shandong University of Science and Technology, China

4 Feng Chia University, Taiwan, China

5 Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

Metal–metal oxide nano interfaces in a Ni-Co-Cr catalyst exhibit impressive hydrogen evolution activity in near-neutral electrolytes.


1431–1435





CdS magic-size clusters exhibiting one sharp ultraviolet absorption singlet peaking at 361 nm

Junbin Tang1, Juan Hui1, Meng Zhang1, Hongsong Fan1, Nelson Rowell2, Wen Huang1, Yingnan Jiang3, Xiaoqin Chen1,*, and Kui Yu1,*

1 Sichuan University, China

2 National Research Council of Canada, Canada

3 Changchun University of Chinese Medicine, China

The synthesis of CdS magic-size clusters (MSCs), which exhibit a single sharp absorption peaking at ~ 361 nm, along with sharp band edge photoemission at ~ 377 nm and broad trap emission peaking at ~ 490 nm, is reported for the first time. We label them as MSC-361. For reaction products displaying two absorption peaks at 361 and 322 nm, we demonstrate that they do not evolve synchronously. Thus, the 322 nm peak is not a higher order electronic transition of MSC-361, but due to the presence of another ensemble, namely MSC-322.


1437–1444





Nanotrap-enabled quantification of KRAS-induced peptide hydroxylation in blood for cancer early detection

Zaian Deng1,2, Zhen Zhao3, Bo Ning4, Jeffery Basilio5, Karen Mann6, Jie Fu7, Yajun Gu8, Yuanqing Ye7, Xifeng Wu7, Jia Fan4, Paul Chiao7, and Tony Hu4,*

1 Shenzhen Technology University, China

2 Houston Methodist Research Institute, USA

3 Weill Cornell Medical College, USA

4 Arizona State University, USA

5 National Institutes of Health, USA

6 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, USA

7 The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

8 Tianjin Medical University, China

The hydroxylation level of bradykinin (BK) may reflect the prolyl-4- hydroxylase alpha-1 (P4HA1) expression level regulated by oncogenic KRAS in pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC). BK and hydroxylated bradykinin (Hyp-BK) can be captured by nanotrap and detected by mass spectrometry (MS) and the ratio of their peak area can serve as a potential biomarker for PDAC diagnosis.


1445–1452





Intriguing anti-superbug Cu2O@ZrP hybrid nanosheet with enhanced antibacterial performance and weak cytotoxicity

Jialiang Zhou, Hengxue Xiang, Fatemeh Zabihi, Senlong Yu, Bin Sun, and Meifang Zhu*

Donghua University, China

Cu2O@ZrP nanosheets with excellent dispersibility and antibacterial traits are fabricated by a facile method. Meanwhile, Cu2O@ZrP nanosheets have extraordinary antibacterial activity against superbugs with more than 99% microbial reduction.


1453–1460





Stabilizing perovskite nanocrystals by controlling protective surface ligands density

Weilin Zheng1, Zhichun Li1, Congyang Zhang1, Bo Wang1, Qinggang Zhang1, Qun Wan1, Long Kong1,*, and Liang Li1,2,*

1 Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

2 Shanghai Institute of Pollution Control and Ecological Security, China

We proposed a new strategy to stabilize perovskite nanocrystals (NCs) in the resin film from the view of packaging process: adding protective ligands into the perovskite NCs resin composite, then encapsulating them on blue light emitting diodes (LED) chips. Surprisingly, by this way the LED devices (20 mA, 2.7 V) can keep 80% of the initial photoluminescence (PL) intensity for more than 50 h, while the devices without adding protective ligands dropped to 50% of the initial PL intensity within 6 h.


1461–1465





Synthesis of surface controlled nickel/palladium hydride nanodendrites with high performance in benzyl alcohol oxidation

Zipeng Zhao, Michelle M. Flores Espinosa, Jihan Zhou, Wang Xue, Xiangfeng Duan, Jianwei Miao, and Yu Huang*

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

The controllable synthesis of nickel palladium hydride nanodendrites enables high stability and enhanced catalytic activity for benzyl alcohol oxidation reaction.


1467–1472





Reproducible large-scale synthesis of surface silanized nanoparticles as an enabling nanoproteomics platform: Enrichment of the human heart phosphoproteome

David S. Roberts, Bifan Chen, Timothy N. Tiambeng, Zhijie Wu, Ying Ge*, and Song Jin*

University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

A reproducible and scalable nanomaterials platform for enabling proteomics applications is described. When coupled with a suitable affinity ligand, this nanomaterials platform allows for the capture, enrichment, and analysis of low abundance proteins in general.


1473–1481





Mass-production of flexible and transparent Te-Au nylon SERS substrate with excellent mechanical stability

Wei-Ran Huang1, Cheng-Xin Yu2, Yi-Ruo Lu1, Hassan Muhammad1, Jin-Long Wang1, Jian-Wei Liu1,*, and Shu-Hong Yu1,*

1 University of Science and Technology of China, China

2 Anhui University, China

A 7.5 m2 of Te-Au nylon surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) substrate can be fabricated by simple dip coating process using the nylon skeleton with low cost, showing the best enhancement factor (EF) of 9.17 × 1010 and the detection limit of 3,3'-diethylthiatricarbocyanine iodide (DTTCI) molecules is lower than 10-14 M.


1483–1488



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