Graphene, Nanotechnology, Nanoparticle, Inorganic chemistry and Overpotential are his primary areas of study. His Graphite oxide study, which is part of a larger body of work in Graphene, is frequently linked to Capacitor, bridging the gap between disciplines. In his works, Dai-Ming Tang performs multidisciplinary study on Nanotechnology and Fabrication.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Nanoparticle, Composite number and Tin is strongly linked to Tin oxide. The various areas that he examines in his Inorganic chemistry study include Carbon and Oxygen evolution. He combines subjects such as Hydrogen production, Catalysis, Palladium and Molybdenum disulfide with his study of Overpotential.
His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube, Optoelectronics, Graphene and Transmission electron microscopy. His Nanotechnology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as In situ. His Carbon nanotube study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chemical vapor deposition, Carbon film, Nanoparticle, Catalysis and Electron diffraction.
His Optoelectronics study incorporates themes from Thin film, Thermal conductivity and Laser. His study looks at the relationship between Graphene and topics such as Lithium, which overlap with Electrochemistry. His Transmission electron microscopy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Photocurrent and Heterojunction.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Carbon nanotube, Optoelectronics, Carbon, Thin film and Catalysis. His Carbon nanotube research includes elements of Chemical physics, Carbon film, Heterojunction, Raman spectroscopy and Electron diffraction. His Nanowire study in the realm of Optoelectronics interacts with subjects such as Thermal.
His Catalysis research incorporates elements of Hydrogen, Exfoliation joint and Rational design. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Renewable energy and Nanotechnology research. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in High-resolution transmission electron microscopy and Graphene.
Dai-Ming Tang mainly focuses on Carbon nanotube, Catalysis, Optoelectronics, Fabrication and Carbon film. His work in the fields of Carbon nanotube, such as Nanotube, overlaps with other areas such as Strain effect. His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogen, Carbon and Rational design.
His Carbon research integrates issues from Zinc, Metal and Water splitting. His Rational design study is focused on Nanotechnology in general. Dai-Ming Tang works mostly in the field of Carbon film, limiting it down to topics relating to Schottky diode and, in certain cases, Chemical vapor deposition.
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Synthesis of Graphene Sheets with High Electrical Conductivity and Good Thermal Stability by Hydrogen Arc Discharge Exfoliation
Zhong-Shuai Wu;Wencai Ren;Libo Gao;Jinping Zhao.
ACS Nano (2009)
Low-Temperature Exfoliated Graphenes: Vacuum-Promoted Exfoliation and Electrochemical Energy Storage
Wei Lv;Dai-Ming Tang;Yan-Bing He;Cong-Hui You.
ACS Nano (2009)
Field Emission of Single-Layer Graphene Films Prepared by Electrophoretic Deposition
Zhong-Shuai Wu;Songfeng Pei;Wencai Ren;Daiming Tang.
Advanced Materials (2009)
Three-dimensional strutted graphene grown by substrate-free sugar blowing for high-power-density supercapacitors
Xuebin Wang;Yuanjian Zhang;Chunyi Zhi;Xi Wang.
Nature Communications (2013)
N‐Doped Graphene‐SnO2 Sandwich Paper for High‐Performance Lithium‐Ion Batteries
Xi Wang;Xinqiang Cao;Laure Bourgeois;Hasigaowa Guan.
Advanced Functional Materials (2012)
Towards ultrahigh volumetric capacitance: graphene derived highly dense but porous carbons for supercapacitors
Ying Tao;Xiaoying Xie;Wei Lv;Wei Lv;Dai-Ming Tang.
Scientific Reports (2013)
Halide-assisted atmospheric pressure growth of large WSe2 and WS2 monolayer crystals
Shisheng Li;Shunfeng Wang;Dai-Ming Tang;Weijie Zhao.
Applied Materials Today (2015)
Atomistic Origins of High Rate Capability and Capacity of N-Doped Graphene for Lithium Storage
Xi Wang;Qunhong Weng;Xizheng Liu;Xuebin Wang.
Nano Letters (2014)
Ru/ITO: A Carbon-Free Cathode for Nonaqueous Li–O2 Battery
Fujun Li;Dai-Ming Tang;Yong Chen;Dmitri Golberg.
Nano Letters (2013)
Chemically activating MoS2 via spontaneous atomic palladium interfacial doping towards efficient hydrogen evolution.
Zhaoyan Luo;Yixin Ouyang;Hao Zhang;Meiling Xiao.
Nature Communications (2018)
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