2022 - Research.com Rising Star of Science Award
Lili Xing mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Piezoelectricity, Anode, Nanogenerator and Nanostructure. Her Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Optoelectronics and Voltage. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Photocatalysis and Nanowire.
Her research integrates issues of Electrochemistry and Lithium-ion battery, Lithium in her study of Anode. Her work in Nanogenerator is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Signal. Her Nanostructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Electronic skin, Composite material, Hydrothermal circulation and Surface reaction.
Her primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Piezoelectricity, Optoelectronics, Signal and Anode. Her study explores the link between Nanotechnology and topics such as Hydrothermal circulation that cross with problems in One-Step. Her research in Piezoelectricity intersects with topics in Photocatalysis and Nanowire.
Her study in the field of Sensitivity and Dopant is also linked to topics like Polyaniline and Separator. Her Signal research includes themes of Electronic skin, Surface modification and Voltage. She interconnects Battery and Lithium-ion battery in the investigation of issues within Anode.
Lili Xing focuses on Signal, Optoelectronics, Electronic skin, Mechanical energy and Biosensor. Her Signal research integrates issues from Current and Voltage. Lili Xing combines subjects such as Triboelectric effect and Polydimethylsiloxane with her study of Optoelectronics.
In her study, Capacitance, Hybrid power and Supercapacitor is inextricably linked to Electric power, which falls within the broad field of Mechanical energy. Her research links Piezoelectricity with Biosensor. Her Nanowire study combines topics in areas such as Perspiration, Capillary action and Photoelectric effect.
Her primary areas of study are Signal, Current, Voltage, Big data and Exhaust gas. Her Signal study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Biosensor. Her Biosensor study incorporates themes from Spectrum analyzer and Capacitor.
Other disciplines of study, such as Triboelectric effect, Optoelectronics, Polydimethylsiloxane, Electric power and Polypyrrole, are mixed together with her Exhaust gas studies. She combines Triboelectric effect and Mechanical energy in her studies. Her Excitatory postsynaptic potential research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including In vivo, Hippocampus, Characterization, Electronic skin and Synaptic plasticity.
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Piezo-potential enhanced photocatalytic degradation of organic dye using ZnO nanowires
Xinyu Xue;Xinyu Xue;Weili Zang;Ping Deng;Qi Wang.
Nano Energy (2015)
SnO2/α-MoO3 core-shell nanobelts and their extraordinarily high reversible capacity as lithium-ion battery anodes
Xin-Yu Xue;Zhao-Hui Chen;Li-Li Xing;Shuang Yuan.
Chemical Communications (2011)
Porous Co3O4 nanoneedle arrays growing directly on copper foils and their ultrafast charging/discharging as lithium-ion battery anodes
Xin-Yu Xue;Shuang Yuan;Li-Li Xing;Zhao-Hui Chen.
Chemical Communications (2011)
Surface free-carrier screening effect on the output of a ZnO nanowire nanogenerator and its potential as a self-powered active gas sensor
Xinyu Xue;Xinyu Xue;Yuxin Nie;Bin He;Lili Xing.
High Piezo-photocatalytic Efficiency of CuS/ZnO Nanowires Using Both Solar and Mechanical Energy for Degrading Organic Dye
Deyi Hong;Weili Zang;Xiao Guo;Yongming Fu.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2016)
Core–Shell In2O3/ZnO Nanoarray Nanogenerator as a Self-Powered Active Gas Sensor with High H2S Sensitivity and Selectivity at Room Temperature
Weili Zang;Yuxin Nie;Dan Zhu;Ping Deng.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2014)
Room-temperature self-powered ethanol sensing of a Pd/ZnO nanoarray nanogenerator driven by human finger movement
Yujie Lin;Ping Deng;Yuxin Nie;Yuefeng Hu.
A flexible self-powered T-ZnO/PVDF/fabric electronic-skin with multi-functions of tactile-perception, atmosphere-detection and self-clean
Haoxuan He;Yongming Fu;Weili Zang;Qiang Wang.
Nano Energy (2017)
Core–shell Co3O4/ZnCo2O4 coconut-like hollow spheres with extremely high performance as anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
Qiang Wang;Binwei Yu;Xiao Li;Lili Xing.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2016)
A Self-Powered Wearable Noninvasive Electronic-Skin for Perspiration Analysis Based on Piezo-Biosensing Unit Matrix of Enzyme/ZnO Nanoarrays
Wuxiao Han;Haoxuan He;Linlin Zhang;Chuanyi Dong.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2017)
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