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Laboratory of Advanced Solar Energy Materials and Devices  
Department of Physics  
        嶄猟井

 
 
 
 
  
Current Research

  The Peng group is engaged in the research of electroless etching of silicon,, semiconductor electrochemistry and photoelectrochemistry, and nanomaterials for advanced energy conversion and storage. Our goal is to bridge corrosion science with mass-production and applications of three-dimensional nanostructures to provide solutions to current challenging energy and environmental problems.  

1. Fabrication of Si Nanostructures

Advanced Materials 26, 1410, 2014
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132, 6872, 2010
Applied Physics Letters 95, 14, 143119, 2009
Applied Physics Letters 90, 16, 163123, 2007
Advanced Functional Materials 16, 387, 2006
Angewandte Cheme-International Edition: 44, 2737, 2005
Advanced Functional Materials 13, 127, 2003
Advanced Materials 16, 73, 2004
Advanced Materials 14, 1164, 2002

2. Mechanism of Metal-catalyzed Electroless Etching of Silicon

Angewandte Cheme-International Edition: 44, 2737, 2005
Advanced Functional Materials 18, 2026, 2008

3. Si Nanostructures for Advanced Energy Conversion and Storage

Journal of the American Chemical Society 132, 6872, 2010
Nano Letters 9, 3704, 2009
Applied Physics Letters 92, 163103, 2008
Applied Physics Letters 93, 033105, 2008


 

4. Si Nanostructures for Chemical Sensors

Applied Physics Letters 95, 243112, 2009
Applied Physics Letters 92, 043116, 2008

5. Other Interesting Nanostructures

Acknowledgements

         We acknowledge financial support from the National Basic Research Program of China, National Natural Science Foundation of China , National Excellent Doctoral Dissertations of China, Program for NCET, Beijing Nova Program, The Fundamental Research Funds of the Central Universities (2012LZD02) and Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation.  

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