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Ding, Feng (DingFeng)

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Department of Materials Science and Engineering(신소재공학과)
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2011-05Formation and electronic properties of hydrogenated few layer grapheneZhu, Liyan; Hu, Hong; Chen, Qian, et alARTICLE144 Formation and electronic properties of hydrogenated few layer graphene
2011-04Graphene Nucleation on Transition Metal Surface: Structure Transformation and Role of the Metal Step EdgeGao, Junfeng; Yip, Joanne; Zhao, Jijun, et alARTICLE130 Graphene Nucleation on Transition Metal Surface: Structure Transformation and Role of the Metal Step Edge
2011-03Band Gap Tuning of Hydrogenated Graphene: H Coverage and Configuration DependenceGao, Haili; Wang, Lu; Zhao, Jijun, et alARTICLE148 Band Gap Tuning of Hydrogenated Graphene: H Coverage and Configuration Dependence
2011-03Stability and electronic structure of hydrogen passivated few atomic layer silicon films: A theoretical explorationWang, Shudong; Zhu, Liyan; Chen, Qian, et alARTICLE143 Stability and electronic structure of hydrogen passivated few atomic layer silicon films: A theoretical exploration
2011-03Observational Geology of Graphene, at the NanoscaleYakobson, Boris I.; Ding, FengARTICLE121 Observational Geology of Graphene, at the Nanoscale
2011-02Dynamic ripples in single layer grapheneHe, Y. Z.; Li, H.; Si, P. C., et alARTICLE130 Dynamic ripples in single layer graphene
2010-11Thin Film Field-Effect Phototransistors from Bandgap-Tunable, Solution-Processed, Few-Layer Reduced Graphene Oxide FilmsChang, Haixin; Sun, Zhenhua; Yuan, Qinghong, et alARTICLE147 Thin Film Field-Effect Phototransistors from Bandgap-Tunable, Solution-Processed, Few-Layer Reduced Graphene Oxide Films
2010-07Controlling Cross Section of Carbon Nanotubes via Selective HydrogenationWu, Guangfen; Wang, Jinlan; Zeng, Xiao Cheng, et alARTICLE147 Controlling Cross Section of Carbon Nanotubes via Selective Hydrogenation
2010-07Formation mechanism of peapod-derived double-walled carbon nanotubesDing, Feng; Xu, Ziwei; Yakobson, Boris I., et alARTICLE148 Formation mechanism of peapod-derived double-walled carbon nanotubes
2010-05Fluorination induced half metallicity in two-dimensional few zinc oxide layersChen, Qian; Wang, Jinlan; Zhu, Liyan, et alARTICLE145 Fluorination induced half metallicity in two-dimensional few zinc oxide layers
2010-02Mechanically Robust Tri-Wing Graphene Nanoribbons with Tunable Electronic and Magnetic PropertiesZhu, Liyan; Wang, Jinlan; Zhang, Tingting, et alARTICLE115 Mechanically Robust Tri-Wing Graphene Nanoribbons with Tunable Electronic and Magnetic Properties
2010-02A difference-fractal model for the permeability of fibrous porous mediaShou, Dahua; Fan, Jintu; Ding, FengARTICLE142 A difference-fractal model for the permeability of fibrous porous media
2009-12Nanotube nucleation versus carbon-catalyst adhesion-Probed by molecular dynamics simulationsRibas, Morgana A.; Ding, Feng; Balbuena, Perla B., et alARTICLE125 Nanotube nucleation versus carbon-catalyst adhesion-Probed by molecular dynamics simulations
2009-07Comment on "Mechanism for Superelongation of Carbon Nanotubes at High TemperaturesDing, Feng; Huang, Jian Yu; Yakobson, Boris I.ARTICLE126 Comment on "Mechanism for Superelongation of Carbon Nanotubes at High Temperatures
2009-06In situ observation of graphene sublimation and multi-layer edge reconstructionsHuang, Jian Yu; Ding, Feng; Yakobson, Boris I., et alARTICLE138 In situ observation of graphene sublimation and multi-layer edge reconstructions
2009-06Templated growth of graphenic materialsNicholas, Nolan W.; Connors, L. Matthew; Ding, Feng, et alARTICLE130 Templated growth of graphenic materials
2009-02Gold nanotube encapsulation enhanced magnetic properties of transition metal monoatomic chains: An ab initio studyZhu, Liyan; Wang, Jinlan; Ding, FengARTICLE139 Gold nanotube encapsulation enhanced magnetic properties of transition metal monoatomic chains: An ab initio study
2009-02Dislocation theory of chirality-controlled nanotube growthDing, Feng; Harutyunyan, Avetik R.; Yakobson, Boris I.ARTICLE141 Dislocation theory of chirality-controlled nanotube growth
2009-01Computational Studies of Catalytic Particles for Carbon Nanotube GrowthBolton, Kim; Ding, Feng; Borjesson, Anders, et alARTICLE133 Computational Studies of Catalytic Particles for Carbon Nanotube Growth
2008-10Vacancy-hole and vacancy-tube migration in multiwall carbon nanotubesHuang, J. Y.; Ding, F.; Yakobson, B. I.ARTICLE132 Vacancy-hole and vacancy-tube migration in multiwall carbon nanotubes

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