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Xuewen Wang
Xuewen Wang
Professor, Northwestern Polytechnical University (西北工业大学)
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Silk‐molded flexible, ultrasensitive, and highly stable electronic skin for monitoring human physiological signals
X Wang, Y Gu, Z Xiong, Z Cui, T Zhang
Advanced Materials 26 (9), 1336-1342, 2014
11852014
Flexible Sensing Electronics for Wearable/attachable Health Monitoring
X Wang, Z Liu, T Zhang
Small, 1602790, 2017
6522017
Single-layer single-crystalline SnSe nanosheets
L Li, Z Chen, Y Hu, X Wang, T Zhang, W Chen, Q Wang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (4), 1213-1216, 2013
4392013
Room-temperature ferroelectricity in CuInP2S6 ultrathin flakes
F Liu, L You, KL Seyler, X Li, P Yu, J Lin, X Wang, J Zhou, H Wang, H He, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-6, 2016
4272016
Flexible capacitive tactile sensor based on micropatterned dielectric layer
T Li, H Luo, L Qin, X Wang, Z Xiong, H Ding, Y Gu, Z Liu, T Zhang
Small 12 (36), 5042-5048, 2016
2942016
High-quality monolayer superconductor NbSe2 grown by chemical vapour deposition
H Wang, X Huang, J Lin, J Cui, Y Chen, C Zhu, F Liu, Q Zeng, J Zhou, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-8, 2017
2462017
Large‐area and high‐quality 2D transition metal telluride
J Zhou, F Liu, J Lin, X Huang, J Xia, B Zhang, Q Zeng, H Wang, C Zhu, ...
Advanced Materials 29 (3), 1603471, 2017
1872017
Porous Ionic Membrane Based Flexible Humidity Sensor and its Multifunctional Applications
T Li, L Li, H Sun, Y Xu, X Wang, H Luo, Z Liu, T Zhang
Advanced Science, 1600404, 2017
1612017
Exfoliation at the liquid/air interface to assemble reduced graphene oxide ultrathin films for a flexible noncontact sensing device
X Wang, Z Xiong, Z Liu, T Zhang
Advanced Materials 27 (8), 1370-1375, 2015
1462015
Versatile Electronic Skins for Motion Detection of Joints and Fingers Enabled by Aligned Few-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Flexible Polymer Composites
H Zhu, X Wang, J Liang, H Lv, H Tong, L Ma, T Zhang, Z Tie, Z Liu, Q Li, ...
Advanced Functional Materials, 1606604, 2017
1112017
Self-gating in semiconductor electrocatalysis
Y He, Q He, L Wang, C Zhu, P Golani, AD Handoko, X Yu, C Gao, M Ding, ...
Nature Materials 18 (10), 1098-1104, 2019
1032019
Engineering grain boundaries at the 2D limit for the hydrogen evolution reaction
Y He, P Tang, Z Hu, Q He, C Zhu, L Wang, Q Zeng, P Golani, G Gao, W Fu, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-12, 2020
892020
Strong interfacial coupling of MoS2/g-C3N4 van de Waals solids for highly active water reduction
W Fu, H He, Z Zhang, C Wu, X Wang, H Wang, Q Zeng, L Sun, X Wang, ...
Nano Energy 27, 44-50, 2016
852016
Two‐dimensional materials: From mechanical properties to flexible mechanical sensors
H Jiang, L Zheng, Z Liu, X Wang
InfoMat 2 (6), 1077-1094, 2020
802020
Controllable Synthesis of 3D Ni (OH) 2 and NiO Nanowalls on Various Substrates for High‐Performance Nanosensors
G Li#, X Wang#, L Liu, R Liu, F Shen, Z Cui, W Chen, T Zhang
Small 11 (6), 731-739, 2015
782015
A facile synthesis method for Ni (OH) 2 ultrathin nanosheets and their conversion to porous NiO nanosheets used for formaldehyde sensing
G Li#, X Wang#, H Ding, T Zhang
RSC Advances 2 (33), 13018-13023, 2012
762012
Controlled Synthesis of Atomically Thin 1T-TaS2 for Tunable Charge Density Wave Phase Transitions
W Fu, Y Chen, J Lin, X Wang, Q Zeng, J Zhou, L Zheng, H Wang, Y He, ...
Chemistry of Materials 28 (21), 7613-7618, 2016
732016
Poly (ionic liquid)-wrapped single-walled carbon nanotubes for sub-ppb detection of CO2
Y Li, G Li, X Wang, Z Zhu, H Ma, T Zhang, J Jin
Chemical Communications 48 (66), 8222-8224, 2012
672012
Subatomic deformation driven by vertical piezoelectricity from CdS ultrathin films
X Wang, X He, H Zhu, L Sun, W Fu, X Wang, LC Hoong, H Wang, Q Zeng, ...
Science advances 2 (7), e1600209, 2016
632016
Large‐Area Atomic Layers of the Charge‐Density‐Wave Conductor TiSe2
H Wang, Y Chen, M Duchamp, Q Zeng, X Wang, SH Tsang, H Li, L Jing, ...
Advanced Materials 30 (8), 1704382, 2018
592018
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