His main research concerns Nanotechnology, Catalysis, Graphene, Chemical engineering and Density functional theory. Aijun Du combines subjects such as Band gap, Metal and Graphitic carbon nitride with his study of Nanotechnology. His Catalysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrogen storage, Hydrogen, Electrocatalyst, Inorganic chemistry and Overpotential.
His Graphene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Photocatalysis, Fermi energy and Dirac. In the subject of general Chemical engineering, his work in Nanocomposite is often linked to Water treatment, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The concepts of his Density functional theory study are interwoven with issues in Magnetism, Condensed matter physics, Monolayer, Nanodot and Dissociation.
His primary areas of investigation include Density functional theory, Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Graphene and Nanotechnology. His Density functional theory research includes themes of Chemical physics, Hydrogen, Monolayer, Adsorption and Ab initio. His research investigates the link between Chemical engineering and topics such as Water splitting that cross with problems in Visible spectrum.
His Catalysis research incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry, Photochemistry, Metal and Electrocatalyst. As a part of the same scientific family, Aijun Du mostly works in the field of Graphene, focusing on Condensed matter physics and, on occasion, Dirac and Fermi energy. His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Carbon, Graphitic carbon nitride and First principle.
His primary areas of study are Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Density functional theory, Heterojunction and Electrochemistry. His work on Graphene as part of his general Chemical engineering study is frequently connected to Energy storage, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Graphene, concentrating on Photochemistry and intersecting with Trimer.
His study in Catalysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inorganic chemistry, Redox and Electrocatalyst. His Inorganic chemistry study incorporates themes from Ion and Overpotential. His Density functional theory research focuses on subjects like Adsorption, which are linked to Phosphorene.
Aijun Du mainly investigates Chemical engineering, Catalysis, Electrocatalyst, Chemical physics and Heterojunction. Aijun Du has researched Chemical engineering in several fields, including Electrolyte, Anode, Metal and Nickel. He has included themes like Graphene, Chemical substance and Density functional theory in his Catalysis study.
His Electrocatalyst research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Range, Doping, Fullerene, Hydrogen production and Band gap. His Chemical physics study combines topics in areas such as Ionic bonding, Halide, Perovskite and Diffusion. Aijun Du interconnects Spintronics, Ferromagnetism, van der Waals force and Nanomaterials in the investigation of issues within Heterojunction.
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Hydrogen evolution by a metal-free electrocatalyst
Yao Zheng;Yan Jiao;Yihan Zhu;Lu Hua Li.
Nature Communications (2014)
Nanoporous [email protected] Metal-Free Electrocatalysts for Highly Efficient Oxygen Reduction
Yao Zheng;Yan Jiao;Jun Chen;Jian Liu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Ti3C2 MXene co-catalyst on metal sulfide photo-absorbers for enhanced visible-light photocatalytic hydrogen production.
Jingrun Ran;Guoping Gao;Fa-Tang Li;Tian-Yi Ma.
Nature Communications (2017)
Single Atom (Pd/Pt) Supported on Graphitic Carbon Nitride as an Efficient Photocatalyst for Visible-Light Reduction of Carbon Dioxide
Guoping Gao;Yan Jiao;Eric R. Waclawik;Aijun Du.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
A Heterostructure Coupling of Exfoliated Ni–Fe Hydroxide Nanosheet and Defective Graphene as a Bifunctional Electrocatalyst for Overall Water Splitting
Yi Jia;Longzhou Zhang;Guoping Gao;Hua Chen.
Advanced Materials (2017)
Defect Graphene as a Trifunctional Catalyst for Electrochemical Reactions
Yi Jia;Longzhou Zhang;Aijun Du;Guoping Gao.
Advanced Materials (2016)
Hybrid Graphene and Graphitic Carbon Nitride Nanocomposite: Gap Opening, Electron–Hole Puddle, Interfacial Charge Transfer, and Enhanced Visible Light Response
Aijun Du;Stefano Sanvito;Zhen Li;Dawei Wang.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
2D MXenes: A New Family of Promising Catalysts for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
Guoping Gao;Anthony P. O’Mullane;Aijun Du.
ACS Catalysis (2017)
Understanding the enhancement in photoelectrochemical properties of photocatalytically prepared TiO2-reduced graphene oxide composite
Nicholas J. Bell;Yun Hau Ng;Aijun Du;Hans Coster.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2011)
Graphene Defects Trap Atomic Ni Species for Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Reactions
Longzhou Zhang;Yi Jia;Guoping Gao;Xuecheng Yan.
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