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Baik, Jeong Min (백정민)

Department
School of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학부)
Research Interests
Nanogenerators, antimicrobial material, catalysis, smart sensors
Lab
Nano Energy and Environmental Materials Lab
Website
http://unistscml.wix.com/jbaiklab
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2019-10A large-area fabrication of moth-eye patterned Au/TiO2 gap-plasmon structure and its application to plasmonic solar water splittingJun, Junho; Kim, Heejun; Choi, Hak-Jong, et alARTICLE19 A large-area fabrication of moth-eye patterned Au/TiO2 gap-plasmon structure and its application to plasmonic solar water splitting
2019-07Electrocatalytically driven fast removal of moisture by condensation of vapor and water splittingLee, Tae Won; Kim, Hee Jun; Park, Jang Su, et alARTICLE282 Electrocatalytically driven fast removal of moisture by condensation of vapor and water splitting
2019-07Directional Ostwald Ripening for Producing Aligned Arrays of NanowiresLee, Hye Jin; Yang, U. Leong; Kim, Kyeong Nam, et alARTICLE14 Directional Ostwald Ripening for Producing Aligned Arrays of Nanowires
2019-05Partially reduced graphene oxide as a support of Mn-Ce/TiO2 catalyst for selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3Ye, Bora; Lee, Minwoo; Jeong, Bora, et alARTICLE198 Partially reduced graphene oxide as a support of Mn-Ce/TiO2 catalyst for selective catalytic reduction of NOx with NH3
2019-04The migration of alkali metal (Na + , Li + , and K + ) ions in single crystalline vanadate nanowires: Rasch-Hinrichsen resistivityLee, Yejung; Ye, Byeong Uk; Lee, Dong Kyu, et alARTICLE72 The migration of alkali metal (Na + , Li + , and K + ) ions in single crystalline vanadate nanowires: Rasch-Hinrichsen resistivity
2019-03Boosting the energy conversion efficiency of a combined triboelectric nanogenerator-capacitorLee, Jin Pyo; Lee, Jae Won; Yoon, Bo-Kyung, et alARTICLE256 Boosting the energy conversion efficiency of a combined triboelectric nanogenerator-capacitor
2019-03Remarkable output power enhancement of sliding-mode triboelectric nanogenerator through direct metal-to-metal contact with the groundYang, U.Jeong; Lee, Jae Won; Lee, Jin Pyo, et alARTICLE134 Remarkable output power enhancement of sliding-mode triboelectric nanogenerator through direct metal-to-metal contact with the ground
2019-03High humidity- and contamination-resistant triboelectric nanogenerator with superhydrophobic interfaceZhou, Qitao; Lee, Kyunghun; Kim, Kyeong Nam, et alARTICLE151 High humidity- and contamination-resistant triboelectric nanogenerator with superhydrophobic interface
2019-02Low-Temperature De-NOx Extruded Monolithic Catalysts Based on Highly Dispersive Mn-Ce Oxide Nanoparticles of Low Ce ContentYe, Bora; Jeong, Bora; Lee, Minwoo, et alARTICLE67 Low-Temperature De-NOx Extruded Monolithic Catalysts Based on Highly Dispersive Mn-Ce Oxide Nanoparticles of Low Ce Content
2018-11Pyramidal Metal-dielectric hybrid-structure geometry with an asymmetric TiO2 layer for broadband light absorption and photocatalytic applicationsKim, Hee Jun; Jun, Junho; Choi, Hak-Jong, et alARTICLE111 Pyramidal Metal-dielectric hybrid-structure geometry with an asymmetric TiO2 layer for broadband light absorption and photocatalytic applications
2018-10The Progress of PVDF as a Functional Material for Triboelectric Nanogenerators and Self-Powered SensorsLee, Jin Pyo; Lee, Jae Won; Baik, Jeong MinARTICLE118 The Progress of PVDF as a Functional Material for Triboelectric Nanogenerators and Self-Powered Sensors
2018-09Morphology-Controlled Aluminum-Doped Zinc Oxide Nanofibers for Highly Sensitive NO2 Sensors with Full Recovery at Room TemperatureSanger, Amit; Kang, Sung Bum; Jeong, Myeong Hoon, et alARTICLE244 Morphology-Controlled Aluminum-Doped Zinc Oxide Nanofibers for Highly Sensitive NO2 Sensors with Full Recovery at Room Temperature
2018-09Highly-sensitive and highly-correlative flexible motion sensors based on asymmetric piezotronic effectLee, Jae Won; Ye, Byeong Uk; Wang, Zhong Lin, et alARTICLE188 Highly-sensitive and highly-correlative flexible motion sensors based on asymmetric piezotronic effect
2018-08Plasmonic gold nanoparticle-decorated BiVO4/ZnO nanowire heterostructure photoanodes for efficient water oxidationKim, Seungkyu; Yu, Yejong; Jeong, Sang Yun, et alARTICLE86 Plasmonic gold nanoparticle-decorated BiVO4/ZnO nanowire heterostructure photoanodes for efficient water oxidation
2018-06Transparent-flexible-multimodal triboelectric nanogenerators for mechanical energy harvesting and self-powered sensor applicationsZhou, Qitao; Park, Jun Gyu; Kim, Kyeong Nam, et alARTICLE377 Transparent-flexible-multimodal triboelectric nanogenerators for mechanical energy harvesting and self-powered sensor applications
2018-05A highly sensitive gas-sensing platform based on a metal-oxide nanowire forest grown on a suspended carbon nanowire fabricated at a wafer levelLim, Yeongjin; Kim, Soosung; Kwon, Yeong Min, et alARTICLE606 A highly sensitive gas-sensing platform based on a metal-oxide nanowire forest grown on a suspended carbon nanowire fabricated at a wafer level
2018-05Design of Mechanical Frequency Regulator for Predictable Uniform Power from Triboelectric NanogeneratorsBhatia, Divij; Lee, Jongseo; Hwang, Hee Jae, et alARTICLE194 Design of Mechanical Frequency Regulator for Predictable Uniform Power from Triboelectric Nanogenerators
2017-12Photo-stimulated triboelectric generationYe, Byeong Uk; Lee, Sang Yun; Jung, Minbok, et alARTICLE391 Photo-stimulated triboelectric generation
2017-10Wearable solar thermoelectric generator driven by unprecedentedly high temperature differenceJung, Yeon Soo; Jeong, Dea Han; Kang, Sung Bum, et alARTICLE528 Wearable solar thermoelectric generator driven by unprecedentedly high temperature difference
2017-09Unidirectional growth of single crystalline beta-Na0.33V2O5 and alpha-V2O5 nanowires driven by controlling the pH of aqueous solution and their electrochemical performances for Na-ion batteriesLee, Yejung; Oh, Seung Mi; Park, Boyeon, et alARTICLE431 Unidirectional growth of single crystalline beta-Na0.33V2O5 and alpha-V2O5 nanowires driven by controlling the pH of aqueous solution and their electrochemical performances for Na-ion batteries

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