BROWSE

사진

  • ResearcherID
  • ResearchGate
  • Scopus
  • Google Citations

Joo, Sang Hoon (주상훈)

Department
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering(에너지및화학공학부)
Research Interests
Catalyst, energy conversion, fuel cells, electrolyzer, ORR, HER, OER
Lab
Nanomaterials & Catalysis Lab
Website
http://shjoo.unist.ac.kr/
This table browses all dspace content
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)TypeViewAltmetrics
200303Characterization of regular and plugged SBA-15 silicas by using adsorption and inverse carbon replication and explanation of the plug formation mechanismKruk, M; Jaroniec, M; Joo, Sang Hoon, et alARTICLE417 Characterization of regular and plugged SBA-15 silicas by using adsorption and inverse carbon replication and explanation of the plug formation mechanism
2003Regeneration of mesoporous inorganic materials using ordered mesoporous carbon as the templateKim, JM; Kang, M; Yi, SH, et alARTICLE416
2003Structures of silica-mesoporous crystals and novel mesoporous carbon-networks synthesized within the poresTerasaki, O; Liu, Z; Ohsuna, T, et alARTICLE378 Structures of silica-mesoporous crystals and novel mesoporous carbon-networks synthesized within the pores
2003Synthesis of mesoporous carbons with various pore diameters via control of pore wall thickness of mesoporous silicasLee, Sae-Seung; Joo, Sang Hoon; Ryoo, RyongARTICLE351
2003Thermally induced structural changes in SBA-15 and MSU-H silicas and their implications for synthesis of ordered mesoporous carbonsJoo, Sang Hoon; Ryoo, R; Kruk, M, et alARTICLE382
2003X-ray diffraction analysis of mesostructured materials by continuous density function techniqueSolovyov, LA; Belousov, OV; Shmakov, AN, et alARTICLE425 X-ray diffraction analysis of mesostructured materials by continuous density function technique
200205Evidence for general nature of pore interconnectivity in 2-dimensional hexagonal mesoporous silicas prepared using block copolymer templatesJoo, Sang Hoon; Ryoo, R; Kruk, M, et alARTICLE360 Evidence for general nature of pore interconnectivity in 2-dimensional hexagonal mesoporous silicas prepared using block copolymer templates
200202Synthesis of mesoporous silicas of controlled pore wall thickness and their replication to ordered nanoporous carbons with various pore diametersLee, JS; Joo, Sang Hoon; Ryoo, RARTICLE346 Synthesis of mesoporous silicas of controlled pore wall thickness and their replication to ordered nanoporous carbons with various pore diameters
200202Structural study of mesoporous MCM-48 and carbon networks synthesized in the spaces of MCM-48 by electron crystallographyKaneda, M; Tsubakiyama, T; Carlsson, A, et alARTICLE517 Structural study of mesoporous MCM-48 and carbon networks synthesized in the spaces of MCM-48 by electron crystallography
2002Detailed structure of the hexagonally packed mesostructured carbon material CMK-3Solovyov, LA; Shmakov, AN; Zaikovskii, VI, et alARTICLE437 Detailed structure of the hexagonally packed mesostructured carbon material CMK-3
2002Mesoporous materials for heavy metal ion adsorption synthesized by displacement of polymeric templateAntochshuk, V; Jaroniec, M; Joo, Sang Hoon, et alARTICLE464
200107Ordered nanoporous arrays of carbon supporting high dispersions of platinum nanoparticlesJoo, Sang Hoon; Choi, SJ; Oh, I, et alARTICLE662 Ordered nanoporous arrays of carbon supporting high dispersions of platinum nanoparticles
200106Synthesis of ordered mesoporous carbon molecular sieves CMK-1Joo, Sang Hoon; Jun, S; Ryoo, RARTICLE442 Synthesis of ordered mesoporous carbon molecular sieves CMK-1
200105Ordered mesoporous carbonsRyoo, R; Joo, Sang Hoon; Kruk, M, et alARTICLE1320 Ordered mesoporous carbons
200011Synthesis of new, nanoporous carbon with hexagonally ordered mesostructureJun, S; Joo, Sang Hoon; Ryoo, R, et alARTICLE465 Synthesis of new, nanoporous carbon with hexagonally ordered mesostructure
200008Characterization of ordered mesoporous carbons synthesized using MCM-48 silicas as templatesKruk, M; Jaroniec, M; Ryoo, R, et alARTICLE514 Characterization of ordered mesoporous carbons synthesized using MCM-48 silicas as templates
200005Characterization of MCM-48 silicas with tailored pore sizes synthesized via a highly efficient procedureKruk, M; Jaroniec, M; Ryoo, R, et alARTICLE387 Characterization of MCM-48 silicas with tailored pore sizes synthesized via a highly efficient procedure
199909Energetically favored formation of MCM-48 from cationic-neutral surfactant mixturesRyoo, R; Joo, Sang Hoon; Kim, JMARTICLE462 Energetically favored formation of MCM-48 from cationic-neutral surfactant mixtures
199909Synthesis of highly ordered carbon molecular sieves via template-mediated structural transformationRyoo, R; Joo, Sang Hoon; Jun, SARTICLE431 Synthesis of highly ordered carbon molecular sieves via template-mediated structural transformation
1999The structure of MCM-48 determined by electron crystallographyCarlsson, A; Kaneda, M; Sakamoto, Y, et alARTICLE359

MENU