Sooyeon Cho
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Metallic Ti3C2T x MXene gas sensors with ultrahigh signal-to-noise ratio
SJ Kim†, HJ Koh†, CE Ren, O Kwon, K Maleski, SY Cho, B Anasori, ...
ACS nano 12 (2), 986-993, 2018
Highly Enhanced Gas Adsorption Properties in Vertically Aligned MoS2 Layers
SY Cho, SJ Kim, Y Lee, JS Kim, WB Jung, HW Yoo, J Kim, HT Jung
ACS nano 9 (9), 9314-9321, 2015
Superior Chemical Sensing Performance of Black Phosphorus: Comparison with MoS2 and Graphene
SY Cho, Y Lee, HJ Koh, H Jung, JS Kim, HW Yoo, J Kim, HT Jung
Advanced Materials 28 (32), 7020-7028, 2016
High-resolution p-type metal oxide semiconductor nanowire array as an ultrasensitive sensor for volatile organic compounds
SY Cho, HW Yoo, JY Kim, WB Jung, ML Jin, JS Kim, HJ Jeon, HT Jung
Nano letters 16 (7), 4508-4515, 2016
Tunable Volatile-Organic-Compound Sensor by using Au Nanoparticle Incorporation on MoS2
SY Cho†, HJ Koh†, HW Yoo, JS Kim, HT Jung
ACS Sensors 2 (1), 183–189, 2017
An investigation into the factors governing the oxidation of two-dimensional Ti 3 C 2 MXene
Y Chae, SJ Kim, SY Cho, J Choi, K Maleski, BJ Lee, HT Jung, Y Gogotsi, ...
Nanoscale 11 (17), 8387-8393, 2019
Tunable Chemical Sensing Performance of Black Phosphorus by Controlled Functionalization with Noble Metals
SY Cho, HJ Koh, HW Yoo, HT Jung
Chemistry of Materials 29 (17), 7197–7205, 2017
Ultrasensitive Detection of VOCs Using a High‐Resolution CuO/Cu2O/Ag Nanopattern Sensor
YM Choi†, SY Cho†, D Jang, HJ Koh, J Choi, CH Kim, HT Jung
Advanced Functional Materials 29 (9), 1808319, 2019
An ultrastable ionic chemiresistor skin with an intrinsically stretchable polymer electrolyte
ML Jin†, S Park†, JS Kim, SH Kwon, S Zhang, MS Yoo, S Jang, HJ Koh, ...
Advanced Materials 30 (20), 1706851, 2018
Well-Defined and High Resolution Pt Nanowire Arrays for a High Performance Hydrogen Sensor by a Surface Scattering Phenomenon
HW Yoo†, SY Cho†, HJ Jeon, HT Jung
Analytical Chemistry 87 (3), 1480−1484, 2015
Ultrasmall Grained Pd Nanopattern H2 Sensor
SY Cho, H Ahn, K Park, J Choi, H Kang, HT Jung
ACS sensors 3 (9), 1876-1883, 2018
Enhanced Selectivity of MXene Gas Sensors through Metal Ion Intercalation: In Situ X-ray Diffraction Study
HJ Koh†, SJ Kim†, K Maleski, SY Cho, YJ Kim, CW Ahn, Y Gogotsi, ...
ACS sensors 4 (5), 1365-1372, 2019
Large-Area Buckled MoS2 Films on the Graphene Substrate
SJ Kim, DW Kim, J Lim, SY Cho, SO Kim, HT Jung
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (21), 13512-13519, 2016
Highly enhanced fluorescence signals of quantum dot–polymer composite arrays formed by hybridization of ultrathin plasmonic Au nanowalls
SY Cho†, HJ Jeon†, HW Yoo, KM Cho, WB Jung, JS Kim, HT Jung
Nano letters 15 (11), 7273-7280, 2015
Continuous meter-scale synthesis of weavable tunicate cellulose/carbon nanotube fibers for high-performance wearable sensors
SY Cho, H Yu, J Choi, H Kang, S Park, JS Jang, HJ Hong, ID Kim, SK Lee, ...
ACS nano 13 (8), 9332-9341, 2019
Ambient stabilization of few layer phosphorene via noncovalent functionalization with surfactants: Systematic 2D NMR characterization in aqueous dispersion
R Jain, Y Singh, SY Cho, SP Sasikala, SH Koo, R Narayan, HT Jung, ...
Chemistry of Materials 31 (8), 2786-2794, 2019
Polyelemental Nanolithography via Plasma Ion Bombardment: From Fabrication to Superior H2 Sensing Application
WB Jung†, SY Cho†, BL Suh, HW Yoo, HJ Jeon, J Kim, HT Jung
Advanced Materials 31 (6), 1805343, 2019
Direct observation of highly ordered dendrimer soft building blocks over a large area
K Kwon, JM Ok, YH Kim, JS Kim, WB Jung, SY Cho, HT Jung
Nano letters 15 (11), 7552-7557, 2015
Hierarchical Ordering of Quantum Dots and Liquid with Tunable Super‐Periodicity into High Aspect Ratio Moiré Superlattice Structure
SY Cho†, HJ Jeon†, JS Kim, JM Ok, HT Jung
Advanced Functional Materials 24 (44), 6939-6947, 2014
Edge-Functionalized Graphene Nanoribbon Chemical Sensor: Comparison with Carbon Nanotube and Graphene
KM Cho†, SY Cho†, S Chong, HJ Koh, DW Kim, J Kim, HT Jung
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (49), 42905-42914, 2018
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