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Wei Tian
Schoow University
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Hybrid organic–inorganic perovskite photodetectors
W Tian, H Zhou, L Li
Small 13 (41), 1702107, 2017
3752017
Atomistic origins of high rate capability and capacity of N-doped graphene for lithium storage
X Wang, Q Weng, X Liu, X Wang, DM Tang, W Tian, C Zhang, W Yi, D Liu, ...
Nano letters 14 (3), 1164-1171, 2014
3182014
Low‐Cost Fully Transparent Ultraviolet Photodetectors Based on Electrospun ZnO‐SnO2 Heterojunction Nanofibers
W Tian, T Zhai, C Zhang, SL Li, X Wang, F Liu, D Liu, X Cai, K Tsukagoshi, ...
Advanced Materials 25 (33), 4625-4630, 2013
3032013
Flexible ultraviolet photodetectors with broad photoresponse based on branched ZnS-ZnO heterostructure nanofilms.
W Tian, C Zhang, T Zhai, SL Li, X Wang, J Liu, X Jie, D Liu, M Liao, ...
Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 26 (19), 3088-3093, 2014
2702014
Self‐powered nanoscale photodetectors
W Tian, Y Wang, L Chen, L Li
Small 13 (45), 1701848, 2017
2622017
ZnO Hollow Spheres with Double‐Yolk Egg Structure for High‐Performance Photocatalysts and Photodetectors
X Wang, M Liao, Y Zhong, JY Zheng, W Tian, T Zhai, C Zhi, Y Ma, J Yao, ...
Advanced Materials 24 (25), 3421-3425, 2012
2532012
Catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3 over different-shaped MnO2 at low temperature
W Tian, H Yang, X Fan, X Zhang
Journal of hazardous materials 188 (1-3), 105-109, 2011
2322011
A self‐powered and stable all‐perovskite photodetector–solar cell nanosystem
H Lu, W Tian, F Cao, Y Ma, B Gu, L Li
Advanced Functional Materials 26 (8), 1296-1302, 2016
2252016
Gradient energy band driven high‐performance self‐powered perovskite/CdS photodetector
F Cao, L Meng, M Wang, W Tian, L Li
Advanced Materials 31 (12), 1806725, 2019
2042019
Ultrahigh‐performance self‐powered flexible double‐twisted fibrous broadband perovskite photodetector
H Sun, W Tian, F Cao, J Xiong, L Li
Advanced Materials 30 (21), 1706986, 2018
1902018
Ultrathin nanoporous Fe 3 O 4–carbon nanosheets with enhanced supercapacitor performance
D Liu, X Wang, X Wang, W Tian, J Liu, C Zhi, D He, Y Bando, D Golberg
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1 (6), 1952-1955, 2013
1892013
Cobalt (II, III) oxide hollow structures: fabrication, properties and applications
X Wang, W Tian, T Zhai, C Zhi, Y Bando, D Golberg
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (44), 23310-23326, 2012
1802012
Tungsten trioxide nanostructures for photoelectrochemical water splitting: material engineering and charge carrier dynamic manipulation
Y Wang, W Tian, C Chen, W Xu, L Li
Advanced Functional Materials 29 (23), 1809036, 2019
1782019
Nanoscale ultraviolet photodetectors based on onedimensional metal oxide nanostructures
W Tian, H Lu, L Li
Nano Research 8, 382-405, 2015
1732015
Ni (OH) 2 nanosheet@ Fe2O3 nanowire hybrid composite arrays for high-performance supercapacitor electrodes
W Tian, X Wang, C Zhi, T Zhai, D Liu, C Zhang, D Golberg, Y Bando
Nano energy 2 (5), 754-763, 2013
1712013
Recent advances in solution-processed inorganic nanofilm photodetectors
X Wang, W Tian, M Liao, Y Bando, D Golberg
Chemical Society Reviews 43 (5), 1400-1422, 2014
1532014
Interfacial chemical bond‐modulated Z‐scheme charge transfer for efficient photoelectrochemical water splitting
W Xu, W Tian, L Meng, F Cao, L Li
Advanced Energy Materials 11 (8), 2003500, 2021
1482021
Three-Dimensional WO3 Nanoplate/Bi2S3 Nanorod Heterojunction as a Highly Efficient Photoanode for Improved Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
Y Wang, W Tian, L Chen, F Cao, J Guo, L Li
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (46), 40235-40243, 2017
1462017
Doping‐Induced Amorphization, Vacancy, and Gradient Energy Band in SnS2 Nanosheet Arrays for Improved Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
L Meng, S Wang, F Cao, W Tian, R Long, L Li
Angewandte Chemie 131 (20), 6833-6837, 2019
1392019
Self‐powered, flexible, and solution‐processable perovskite photodetector based on low‐cost carbon cloth
H Sun, T Lei, W Tian, F Cao, J Xiong, L Li
Small 13 (28), 1701042, 2017
1342017
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