Zinc, Analytical chemistry, Crystallinity, Nanoparticle and Nanorod are his primary areas of study. Hyung-Shik Shin has researched Zinc in several fields, including Nuclear chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Transmission electron microscopy and Sodium hydroxide. His work on Photoluminescence as part of his general Analytical chemistry study is frequently connected to Threshold energy, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Crystallinity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nanostructure, Hydrothermal circulation and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. His biological study deals with issues like Wurtzite crystal structure, which deal with fields such as Hexagonal phase. Hyung-Shik Shin has included themes like Tin oxide, Doping, Electrode and Energy conversion efficiency in his Nanotechnology study.
Hyung-Shik Shin mainly focuses on Analytical chemistry, Thin film, Nanotechnology, Chemical vapor deposition and Inorganic chemistry. His Analytical chemistry study incorporates themes from Crystallinity, Transmission electron microscopy and Scanning electron microscope. His research in Thin film intersects with topics in Polyaniline, Substrate and Tin oxide.
His study in Nanotechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Dye-sensitized solar cell and Electrode. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Urea, Urease, Zinc, Copper and Electrochemistry. His Zinc research also works with subjects such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Energy conversion efficiency, Organic solar cell, Perovskite, Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology. His Optoelectronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Layer, Thin film and Polypyrrole. Hyung-Shik Shin combines subjects such as Substrate and Silicon with his study of Thin film.
His Nanotechnology research includes themes of Detection limit, Hydrothermal circulation, Wurtzite crystal structure and Electrode. In his study, Electron mobility is inextricably linked to Analytical chemistry, which falls within the broad field of Polymer solar cell. His study explores the link between Morphology and topics such as Zinc that cross with problems in Nuclear chemistry.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Electrode, Energy conversion efficiency, Electrochemistry and Wurtzite crystal structure. His Nanotechnology research includes elements of Electrolyte and Hydrothermal circulation. His Perovskite solar cell study in the realm of Energy conversion efficiency interacts with subjects such as Open-circuit voltage.
His Electrochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as PEDOT:PSS, Piperidine, Mesoporous material and Analytical chemistry. Hyung-Shik Shin works in the field of Analytical chemistry, focusing on X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in particular. His study on Wurtzite crystal structure also encompasses disciplines like
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Low temperature solution synthesis and characterization of ZnO nano-flowers
Rizwan Wahab;S.G. Ansari;Y.S. Kim;H.K. Seo.
Materials Research Bulletin (2007)
Perovskite Solar Cells: Influence of Hole Transporting Materials on Power Conversion Efficiency.
Sadia Ameen;Malik Abdul Rub;Samia A. Kosa;Khalid A. Alamry.
ZnO nanoparticles induced oxidative stress and apoptosis in HepG2 and MCF-7 cancer cells and their antibacterial activity.
Rizwan Wahab;Maqsood A. Siddiqui;Quaiser Saquib;Sourabh Dwivedi.
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces (2014)
Room temperature synthesis of needle-shaped ZnO nanorods via sonochemical method
Rizwan Wahab;S.G. Ansari;Young-Soon Kim;Hyung-Kee Seo.
Applied Surface Science (2007)
Antibacterial activity of ZnO nanoparticles prepared via non-hydrolytic solution route
Rizwan Wahab;Amrita Mishra;Soon-Il Yun;Young-Soon Kim.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (2010)
Structural and magnetic properties of CuO nanoneedles synthesized by hydrothermal method
M.A. Dar;Y.S. Kim;W.B. Kim;J.M. Sohn.
Applied Surface Science (2008)
The role of pH variation on the growth of zinc oxide nanostructures
Rizwan Wahab;S.G. Ansari;Young Soon Kim;Minwu Song.
Applied Surface Science (2009)
Kinetic study of low energy argon ion-enhanced plasma etching of polysilicon with atomic/molecular chlorine
Jane P. Chang;John C. Arnold;Gavin C. H. Zau;Hyung-Shik Shin.
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology (1997)
Influence of Sn doping on ZnO nanostructures from nanoparticles to spindle shape and their photoelectrochemical properties for dye sensitized solar cells
Sadia Ameen;M. Shaheer Akhtar;Hyung-Kee Seo;Young Soon Kim.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2012)
Versatile synthesis of rectangular shaped nanobat-like CuO nanostructures by hydrothermal method; structural properties and growth mechanism
M.A. Dar;Q. Ahsanulhaq;Y.S. Kim;J.M. Sohn.
Applied Surface Science (2009)
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