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High-sensitivity acoustic sensors from nanofibre webs
C Lang, J Fang, H Shao, X Ding, T Lin
Nature communications 7 (1), 11108, 2016
3022016
Effect of electrospinning parameters and polymer concentrations on mechanical-to-electrical energy conversion of randomly-oriented electrospun poly (vinylidene fluoride …
H Shao, J Fang, H Wang, T Lin
RSC advances 5 (19), 14345-14350, 2015
2352015
Unexpectedly high piezoelectricity of electrospun polyacrylonitrile nanofiber membranes
W Wang, Y Zheng, X Jin, Y Sun, B Lu, H Wang, J Fang, H Shao, T Lin
Nano energy 56, 588-594, 2019
1502019
High-performance supercapacitor electrode from cellulose-derived, inter-bonded carbon nanofibers
J Cai, H Niu, H Wang, H Shao, J Fang, J He, H Xiong, C Ma, T Lin
Journal of Power Sources 324, 302-308, 2016
1392016
Preparation of MoS2 nanofibers by electrospinning
S Liu, X Zhang, H Shao, J Xu, F Chen, Y Feng
Materials Letters 73, 223-225, 2012
1352012
Polymer–metal Schottky contact with direct‐current outputs
H Shao, J Fang, H Wang, L Dai, T Lin
Advanced Materials 28 (7), 1461-1466, 2016
1042016
Durable, self-healing, superhydrophobic fabrics from fluorine-free, waterborne, polydopamine/alkyl silane coatings
H Wang, H Zhou, S Liu, H Shao, S Fu, GC Rutledge, T Lin
RSC advances 7 (54), 33986-33993, 2017
712017
Efficient conversion of sound noise into electric energy using electrospun polyacrylonitrile membranes
H Shao, H Wang, Y Cao, X Ding, J Fang, H Niu, W Wang, C Lang, T Lin
Nano Energy 75, 104956, 2020
682020
High-output acoustoelectric power generators from poly (vinylidenefluoride-co-trifluoroethylene) electrospun nano-nonwovens
C Lang, J Fang, H Shao, H Wang, G Yan, X Ding, T Lin
Nano Energy 35, 146-153, 2017
662017
Argon plasma treatment of fluorine‐free silane coatings: a facile, environment‐friendly method to prepare durable, superhydrophobic fabrics
S Liu, H Zhou, H Wang, Y Zhao, H Shao, Z Xu, Z Feng, D Liu, T Lin
Advanced Materials Interfaces 4 (11), 1700027, 2017
652017
Robust mechanical-to-electrical energy conversion from short-distance electrospun poly (vinylidene fluoride) fiber webs
H Shao, J Fang, H Wang, C Lang, T Lin
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (40), 22551-22557, 2015
582015
Friction and Wear Behaviors of Ag/MoS2/G Composite in Different Atmospheres and at Different Temperatures
F Chen, Y Feng, H Shao, X Zhang, J Chen, N Chen
Tribology letters 47, 139-148, 2012
572012
Argon‐plasma reinforced superamphiphobic fabrics
S Liu, H Zhou, H Wang, W Yang, H Shao, S Fu, Y Zhao, D Liu, Z Feng, ...
Small 13 (40), 1701891, 2017
542017
Flexible cellulose nanofiber/Bi2Te3 composite film for wearable thermoelectric devices
X Zhao, C Zhao, Y Jiang, X Ji, F Kong, T Lin, H Shao, W Han
Journal of Power Sources 479, 229044, 2020
512020
Mechanically stretchable piezoelectric polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF)/Boron nitride nanosheets (BNNSs) polymer nanocomposites
J Zhang, D Liu, Q Han, L Jiang, H Shao, B Tang, W Lei, T Lin, CH Wang
Composites Part B: Engineering 175, 107157, 2019
492019
Highly sensitive detection of subtle movement using a flexible strain sensor from helically wrapped carbon yarns
T Yan, H Zhou, H Niu, H Shao, H Wang, Z Pan, T Lin
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 7 (32), 10049-10058, 2019
492019
Amphibious superamphiphilic fabrics with self-healing underwater superoleophilicity
S Fu, H Zhou, H Wang, H Niu, W Yang, H Shao, T Lin
Materials Horizons 6 (1), 122-129, 2019
492019
Novel water harvesting fibrous membranes with directional water transport capability
J Wu, H Zhou, H Wang, H Shao, G Yan, T Lin
Advanced Materials Interfaces 6 (5), 1801529, 2019
482019
Direct current energy generators from a conducting polymer–inorganic oxide junction
H Shao, J Fang, H Wang, H Zhou, T Lin
Journal of materials chemistry A 5 (18), 8267-8273, 2017
452017
Schottky direct-current energy harvesters with large current output density
H Shao, J Fang, H Wang, H Niu, H Zhou, Y Cao, F Chen, S Fu, T Lin
Nano Energy 62, 171-180, 2019
432019
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