Yue Zhang
Yue Zhang
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Science and Technology
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Semiconducting and piezoelectric oxide nanostructures induced by polar surfaces
ZL Wang, XY Kong, Y Ding, P Gao, WL Hughes, R Yang, Y Zhang
Advanced Functional Materials 14 (10), 943-956, 2004
Fabrication of a High‐Brightness Blue‐Light‐Emitting Diode Using a ZnO‐Nanowire Array Grown on p‐GaN Thin Film
XM Zhang, MY Lu, Y Zhang, LJ Chen, ZL Wang
Advanced Materials 21 (27), 2767-2770, 2009
Synthesis and optical properties of tetrapod-like zinc oxide nanorods
Y Dai, Y Zhang, QK Li, CW Nan
Chemical Physics Letters 358 (1), 83-86, 2002
Flexible and highly sensitive strain sensors fabricated by pencil drawn for wearable monitor
X Liao, Q Liao, X Yan, Q Liang, H Si, M Li, H Wu, S Cao, Y Zhang
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (16), 2395-2401, 2015
Stretchable‐Rubber‐Based Triboelectric Nanogenerator and Its Application as Self‐Powered Body Motion Sensors
F Yi, L Lin, S Niu, PK Yang, Z Wang, J Chen, Y Zhou, Y Zi, J Wang, Q Liao, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (24), 3688-3696, 2015
A highly shape-adaptive, stretchable design based on conductive liquid for energy harvesting and self-powered biomechanical monitoring
F Yi, X Wang, S Niu, S Li, Y Yin, K Dai, G Zhang, L Lin, Z Wen, H Guo, ...
Science Advances 2 (6), e1501624, 2016
Piezoelectric effect in chemical vapour deposition-grown atomic-monolayer triangular molybdenum disulfide piezotronics
J Qi, YW Lan, AZ Stieg, JH Chen, YL Zhong, LJ Li, CD Chen, Y Zhang, ...
Nature communications 6, 2015
High output piezoelectric nanocomposite generators composed of oriented BaTiO 3 NPs@ PVDF
Y Zhao, Q Liao, G Zhang, Z Zhang, Q Liang, X Liao, Y Zhang
Nano Energy 11, 719-727, 2015
A Highly Stretchable ZnO@ Fiber‐Based Multifunctional Nanosensor for Strain/Temperature/UV Detection
X Liao, Q Liao, Z Zhang, X Yan, Q Liang, Q Wang, M Li, Y Zhang
Advanced Functional Materials, 2016
The octa-twin tetraleg ZnO nanostructures
Y Dai, Y Zhang, ZL Wang
Solid State Communications 126 (11), 629-633, 2003
A Flexible, Stretchable and Shape‐Adaptive Approach for Versatile Energy Conversion and Self‐Powered Biomedical Monitoring
PK Yang, L Lin, F Yi, X Li, KC Pradel, Y Zi, CI Wu, H He Jr, Y Zhang, ...
Advanced Materials 27 (25), 3817-3824, 2015
Scanning probe study on the piezotronic effect in ZnO nanomaterials and nanodevices
Y Zhang, X Yan, Y Yang, Y Huang, Q Liao, J Qi
Advanced Materials 24 (34), 4647-4655, 2012
Thermoelectric nanogenerators based on single Sb-doped ZnO micro/nanobelts
Y Yang, KC Pradel, Q Jing, JM Wu, F Zhang, Y Zhou, Y Zhang, ZL Wang
ACS nano 6 (8), 6984-6989, 2012
Highly transparent triboelectric nanogenerator for harvesting water-related energy reinforced by antireflection coating
Q Liang, X Yan, Y Gu, K Zhang, M Liang, S Lu, X Zheng, Y Zhang
Scientific reports 5, 2015
Enhanced photoresponse of ZnO nanorods-based self-powered photodetector by piezotronic interface engineering
Z Zhang, Q Liao, Y Yu, X Wang, Y Zhang
Nano Energy 9, 237-244, 2014
Bicrystalline zinc oxide nanowires
Y Dai, Y Zhang, YQ Bai, ZL Wang
Chemical Physics Letters 375 (1), 96-101, 2003
Electronic structure engineering of Cu2O film/ZnO nanorods array all-oxide pn heterostructure for enhanced photoelectrochemical property and self-powered biosensing application
Z Kang, X Yan, Y Wang, Z Bai, Y Liu, Z Zhang, P Lin, X Zhang, H Yuan, ...
Scientific reports 5, 2015
3D‐Branched ZnO/CdS Nanowire Arrays for Solar Water Splitting and the Service Safety Research
Z Bai, X Yan, Y Li, Z Kang, S Cao, Y Zhang
Advanced Energy Materials 6 (3), 2016
Self-powered magnetic sensor based on a triboelectric nanogenerator
Y Yang, L Lin, Y Zhang, Q Jing, TC Hou, ZL Wang
ACS nano 6 (11), 10378-10383, 2012
Stretchable and Waterproof Self-Charging Power System for Harvesting Energy from Diverse Deformation and Powering Wearable Electronics
F Yi, J Wang, X Wang, S Niu, S Li, Q Liao, Y Xu, Z You, Y Zhang, ZL Wang
ACS nano 10 (7), 6519-6525, 2016
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