Lijia Pan mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Conductive polymer, Polyaniline, Self-healing hydrogels and Polypyrrole. His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Supercapacitor and Electrochemistry. His Conductive polymer study introduces a deeper knowledge of Polymer.
His studies deal with areas such as Inorganic chemistry, Nanoparticle and Manganese oxide as well as Polyaniline. His Nanoparticle research includes themes of Polymerization, In situ polymerization, Silicon, Hydrothermal synthesis and Anode. His Self-healing hydrogels research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Capacitance and Bioelectronics, Biosensor.
Lijia Pan mainly investigates Nanotechnology, Conductive polymer, Optoelectronics, Self-healing hydrogels and Graphene. His research integrates issues of Polyaniline, Supercapacitor, Anode and Polymer in his study of Nanotechnology. His Anode research incorporates elements of Lithium-ion battery, Lithium and Silicon.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nanostructure, Dopant, Polypyrrole, Electrical conductor and Bioelectronics. His research in Optoelectronics intersects with topics in Transistor and Electrode. Lijia Pan has researched Graphene in several fields, including Nanocomposite and Mesoporous material.
Lijia Pan focuses on Nanotechnology, Electronic skin, Electronics, Optoelectronics and Wearable technology. His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biocompatibility, Self-healing hydrogels and Conductive polymer. His studies deal with areas such as Electrical conductor and Doping, Dopant as well as Self-healing hydrogels.
The Electronics study combines topics in areas such as Flexible electronics, Embedded system and Inkwell. His research integrates issues of Monolayer, Graphene and Atomic layer deposition in his study of Optoelectronics. The various areas that Lijia Pan examines in his Wearable technology study include Wireless and Telecommunications.
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Wearable computer, Human health, Microfluidics and Skin surface. His Nanotechnology research integrates issues from Electrical conductor, Self-healing hydrogels, Conductive polymer and Electromagnetic shielding. His Wearable computer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless and Telecommunications.
Lijia Pan incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Human health, 3D printing, Human–computer interaction, Electronic skin, Wearable Electronic Device and Biocompatible material. Lijia Pan performs integrative study on Microfluidics and Microfabrication in his works.
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Stable Li-ion battery anodes by in-situ polymerization of conducting hydrogel to conformally coat silicon nanoparticles
Hui Wu;Guihua Yu;Lijia Pan;Lijia Pan;Nian Liu.
Nature Communications (2013)
An ultra-sensitive resistive pressure sensor based on hollow-sphere microstructure induced elasticity in conducting polymer film
Lijia Pan;Alex Chortos;Guihua Yu;Yaqun Wang.
Nature Communications (2014)
Hybrid nanostructured materials for high-performance electrochemical capacitors
Guihua Yu;Xing Xie;Lijia Pan;Zhenan Bao.
Nano Energy (2013)
Hierarchical nanostructured conducting polymer hydrogel with high electrochemical activity
Lijia Pan;Guihua Yu;Dongyuan Zhai;Hye Ryoung Lee.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Highly Sensitive Glucose Sensor Based on Pt Nanoparticle/Polyaniline Hydrogel Heterostructures
Dongyuan Zhai;Borui Liu;Yi Shi;Lijia Pan.
ACS Nano (2013)
Nanostructured conductive polypyrrole hydrogels as high-performance, flexible supercapacitor electrodes
Ye Shi;Lijia Pan;Lijia Pan;Borui Liu;Yaqun Wang.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2014)
Electrical characterization of back-gated bi-layer MoS2 field-effect transistors and the effect of ambient on their performances
Hao Qiu;Lijia Pan;Zongni Yao;Junjie Li.
Applied Physics Letters (2012)
Towards intrinsic charge transport in monolayer molybdenum disulfide by defect and interface engineering
Zhihao Yu;Yiming Pan;Yuting Shen;Zilu Wang.
Nature Communications (2014)
3D nanostructured conductive polymer hydrogels for high-performance electrochemical devices
Yu Zhao;Borui Liu;Lijia Pan;Guihua Yu.
Energy and Environmental Science (2013)
Hierarchical N-Doped Carbon as CO2 Adsorbent with High CO2 Selectivity from Rationally Designed Polypyrrole Precursor.
John W.F. To;Jiajun He;Jianguo Mei;Reza Haghpanah.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
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