Jian Yu Huang mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Nanowire, Composite material, Chemical engineering and Transmission electron microscopy. His Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Alloy, Graphite, Lithium-ion battery and Deformation. His Nanowire research incorporates themes from Nanoscopic scale, Oxide, Electrolyte, Self assembled and Lithium.
He has included themes like Amorphous solid, Electrochemistry, Phase and Doping in his Chemical engineering study. His Amorphous solid study incorporates themes from Silicon, Stress, Amorphous silicon, Phase boundary and Forensic engineering. His study focuses on the intersection of Transmission electron microscopy and fields such as Amorphous carbon with connections in the field of Joule heating and Surface energy.
Jian Yu Huang focuses on Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Nanowire, Transmission electron microscopy and Composite material. His study connects Silicon and Nanotechnology. His studies deal with areas such as Amorphous solid, Cathode, Anode, Lithium and Electrochemistry as well as Chemical engineering.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Nanowire battery, Thermal conductivity and Condensed matter physics, Heterojunction in addition to Nanowire. As part of one scientific family, Jian Yu Huang deals mainly with the area of Transmission electron microscopy, narrowing it down to issues related to the Crystallography, and often High-resolution transmission electron microscopy, Ball mill and Electron diffraction. His Dislocation research integrates issues from Nucleation and Deformation.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Electrochemistry, Lithium, Cathode and Energy storage. He studies Transmission electron microscopy, a branch of Chemical engineering. His research integrates issues of Ion, Nanotechnology, Polysulfide, Shrinkage and Density functional theory in his study of Electrochemistry.
His Lithium study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Whisker, Whiskers, Anode and Fast ion conductor. His Cathode research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrocatalyst, Nanowire, Overpotential and Phase. Jian Yu Huang focuses mostly in the field of Nanowire, narrowing it down to topics relating to Environmental Transmission Electron Microscope and, in certain cases, Energy.
His primary scientific interests are in Chemical engineering, Nanotechnology, Lithium, Electrochemistry and Transmission electron microscopy. His study in Chemical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amorphous solid, Ionic conductivity, Intercalation and Reaction mechanism. Jian Yu Huang studies Nanotechnology, namely In situ transmission electron microscopy.
His Lithium study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Whisker, Fast ion conductor, Whiskers, Stress and Environmental Transmission Electron Microscope. His research investigates the link between Transmission electron microscopy and topics such as Electrocatalyst that cross with problems in Nano-, Oxygen evolution, Nanowire and Energy materials. His Nanowire study is concerned with the field of Optoelectronics as a whole.
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Size-dependent fracture of silicon nanoparticles during lithiation.
Xiao Hua Liu;Li Zhong;Shan Huang;Scott X. Mao.
ACS Nano (2012)
In Situ Observation of the Electrochemical Lithiation of a Single SnO2 Nanowire Electrode
Jian Yu Huang;Li Zhong;Chong Min Wang;John P. Sullivan.
ZnO nanobridges and nanonails
J. Y. Lao;J. Y. Huang;D. Z. Wang;Z. F. Ren.
Nano Letters (2003)
Microstructures and dislocation configurations in nanostructured Cu processed by repetitive corrugation and straightening
J.Y. Huang;Y.T. Zhu;H. Jiang;T.C. Lowe.
Acta Materialia (2001)
Anisotropic Swelling and Fracture of Silicon Nanowires during Lithiation
Xiao Hua Liu;He Zheng;He Zheng;Li Zhong;Shan Huang.
Nano Letters (2011)
Highly efficient molecular delivery into mammalian cells using carbon nanotube spearing.
Dong Cai;Jennifer M Mataraza;Zheng-Hong Qin;Zheng-Hong Qin;Zhongping Huang.
Nature Methods (2005)
In situ atomic-scale imaging of electrochemical lithiation in silicon
Xiao Hua Liu;Jiang Wei Wang;Shan Huang;Feifei Fan.
Nature Nanotechnology (2012)
Ultrastrong, Stiff, and Lightweight Carbon‐Nanotube Fibers
X. Zhang;Q. Li;T. G. Holesinger;P. N. Arendt.
Advanced Materials (2007)
Microstructural evolution of tin nanoparticles during in situ sodium insertion and extraction.
Jiang Wei Wang;Xiao Hua Liu;Scott X. Mao;Jian Yu Huang.
Nano Letters (2012)
Cold welding of ultrathin gold nanowires
Yang Lu;Jian Yu Huang;Chao Wang;Shouheng Sun.
Nature Nanotechnology (2010)
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