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Ruoff, Rodney S. (RuoffRodney Scott)

Department
School of Natural Science(자연과학부)
Research Interests
Next generation carbons, ultrathin sp3-bonded carbon sheets, negative curvature (‘Schwartzites’) carbons, sp3/sp2 hybrid carbon materials, model compounds for novel carbon materials, reaction mechanisms
Lab
Center for Multidimensional Carbon Materials (CMCM)
E-Mail
ruoff@unist.ac.kr
Website
http://cmcm.ibs.re.kr
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201708Search for arc-produced heterofullerenesLamb, John R.; Kwon, Youngwoo; Ruoff, Rodney S., et alARTICLE26 Search for arc-produced heterofullerenes
201706Graphene growth with 'no' feedstockQing, Fangzhu; Jia, Ruitao; Li, Bao-Wen, et alARTICLE29 Graphene growth with 'no' feedstock
201705Role of Graphene in Water-Assisted Oxidation of Copper in Relation to Dry Transfer of GrapheneLuo, Da; You, Xueqiu; Li, Bao-Wen, et alARTICLE29 Role of Graphene in Water-Assisted Oxidation of Copper in Relation to Dry Transfer of Graphene
201703Sodide and Organic Halides Effect Covalent Functionalization of Single-Layer and Bilayer GrapheneBiswal, Mandakini; Zhang, Xu; Schilter, David, et alARTICLE87 Sodide and Organic Halides Effect Covalent Functionalization of Single-Layer and Bilayer Graphene
201703Controlled Folding of Single Crystal GrapheneWang, Bin; Huang, Ming; Kim, Na Yeon, et alARTICLE33 Controlled Folding of Single Crystal Graphene
201703Conversion of Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers and bilayers of poly (amic acid) through polyimide to grapheneJo, Hye Jin; Lyu, Ji Hong; Ruoff, Rodney S., et alARTICLE213 Conversion of Langmuir-Blodgett monolayers and bilayers of poly (amic acid) through polyimide to graphene
201702Incorporating Pyrrolic and Pyridinic Nitrogen into a Porous Carbon made from C60 Molecules to Obtain Superior Energy StorageTan, Ziqi; Ni, Kun; Chen, Gwanxiong, et alARTICLE17 Incorporating Pyrrolic and Pyridinic Nitrogen into a Porous Carbon made from C60 Molecules to Obtain Superior Energy Storage
201701Controlling the Thickness of Thermally Expanded Films of Graphene OxideChen, Xianjue; Li, Wei; Luo, Da, et alARTICLE35 Controlling the Thickness of Thermally Expanded Films of Graphene Oxide
201612Molecule-Induced Conformational Change in Boron Nitride Nanosheets with Enhanced Surface AdsorptionCai, Qiran; Du, Aijun; Gao, Guoping, et alARTICLE182 Molecule-Induced Conformational Change in Boron Nitride Nanosheets with Enhanced Surface Adsorption
201611Interaction of black phosphorus with oxygen and waterHuang, Yuan; Qiao, Jingsi; He, Kai, et alARTICLE55 Interaction of black phosphorus with oxygen and water
201611Graphene Coatings as Barrier Layers to Prevent the Water-Induced Corrosion of Silicate GlassWang, Bin; Cunning, Benjamin V.; Park, Sun-Young, et alARTICLE106 Graphene Coatings as Barrier Layers to Prevent the Water-Induced Corrosion of Silicate Glass
201611Laser-induced phase separation of silicon carbideChoi, Insung; Jeong, Hu Young; Shin, Hyeyoung, et alARTICLE69 Laser-induced phase separation of silicon carbide
201611Birch-Type Hydrogenation of Few-Layer Graphenes: Products and Mechanistic ImplicationsZhang, Xu; Huang, Yuan; Chen, Shanshan, et alARTICLE104 Birch-Type Hydrogenation of Few-Layer Graphenes: Products and Mechanistic Implications
201611Covalently Connected Carbon Nanostructures for Current Collectors in Both the Cathode and Anode of Li–S BatteriesJin, Song; Xin, Sen; Wang, Linjun, et alARTICLE94 Covalently Connected Carbon Nanostructures for Current Collectors in Both the Cathode and Anode of Li–S Batteries
201610The Origin of Improved Electrical Double-Layer Capacitance by Inclusion of Topological Defects and Dopants in Graphene for SupercapacitorsChen, Jiafeng; Han, Yulei; Kong, Xianghua, et alARTICLE143 The Origin of Improved Electrical Double-Layer Capacitance by Inclusion of Topological Defects and Dopants in Graphene for Supercapacitors
201609Synergetic interplay between pressure and surface chemistry for the conversion of sp2-bonded carbon layers into sp3-bonded carbon filmsHorbatenko, Yevhen; Yousaf, Masood; Lee, Jihyung, et alARTICLE180 Synergetic interplay between pressure and surface chemistry for the conversion of sp2-bonded carbon layers into sp3-bonded carbon films
201608First-Principles Study of the Role of O2 and H2O in the Decoupling of Graphene on Cu(111)Wong, Kester; Kang, Seok Ju; Bielawski, Christopher W., et alARTICLE202 First-Principles Study of the Role of O2 and H2O in the Decoupling of Graphene on Cu(111)
201608Synthesis of Graphene Films on Copper Foils by Chemical Vapor DepositionLi, Xuesong; Colombo, Luigi; Ruoff, Rodney S.ARTICLE135 Synthesis of Graphene Films on Copper Foils by Chemical Vapor Deposition
201607Probing the adhesion interactions of graphene on silicon oxide by nanoindentationSuk, Ji Won; Na, Seung Ryul; Stromberg, Ryan J., et alARTICLE174 Probing the adhesion interactions of graphene on silicon oxide by nanoindentation
201606Two-Dimensional Materials for Beyond-Lithium-Ion BatteriesPeng, Lele; Zhu, Yue; Chen, Dahong, et alARTICLE210 Two-Dimensional Materials for Beyond-Lithium-Ion Batteries

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