Qiuming Gao spends much of his time researching Inorganic chemistry, Mesoporous material, Supercapacitor, Carbon and Electrolyte. His work deals with themes such as Catalysis and Competitive adsorption, which intersect with Inorganic chemistry. The various areas that Qiuming Gao examines in his Mesoporous material study include BET theory, Adsorption, Sulfur utilization, Lithium–sulfur battery and Cobaltite.
Nickel and Capacitance is closely connected to Nanocrystal in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cobaltite. His study in Carbon is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sorption, Nitrogen, Specific surface area, Mineralogy and Pyrolysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gravimetric analysis, Microporous material and Potassium hydroxide.
Qiuming Gao focuses on Inorganic chemistry, Carbon, Electrolyte, Supercapacitor and Crystallography. He has included themes like High-resolution transmission electron microscopy, Specific surface area, Catalysis, Nanoporous and Titanate in his Inorganic chemistry study. His Carbon study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrogen storage, Microporous material, Mineralogy, Pyrolysis and Electrochemistry.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Electrolyte, Mesoporous material are connected with Potassium hydroxide and Cobaltite and other disciplines. His Supercapacitor study is concerned with the field of Capacitance as a whole. His research in Crystallography intersects with topics in Cobalt and Phosphate.
Qiuming Gao mainly focuses on Graphene, Electrolyte, Oxide, Supercapacitor and Carbon. The concepts of his Graphene study are interwoven with issues in Nanocomposite and Doping. His Electrolyte research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Specific surface area and Lithium.
His Supercapacitor study is associated with Capacitance. His Carbon research includes themes of Electrocatalyst, Microporous material, Pyrolysis and Catalysis. Qiuming Gao works mostly in the field of Inorganic chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Mesoporous material and, in certain cases, Residue and Chromatography.
His main research concerns Graphene, Supercapacitor, Electrolyte, Power density and Carbon. His Graphene research incorporates themes from Oxide, Chemical bond and Doping. His Supercapacitor research integrates issues from Residue and Chromatography.
His Carbon research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reagent, Lithium-ion battery, Anode, Calcination and Nanofiber. Qiuming Gao combines subjects such as Capacitance and Ionic liquid with his study of Nanosheet. His study looks at the relationship between BET theory and fields such as Sulfur, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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Hierarchical porous carbons with controlled micropores and mesopores for supercapacitor electrode materials
Kaisheng Xia;Qiuming Gao;Jinhua Jiang;Juan Hu.
High Hydrogen Storage Capacity of Porous Carbons Prepared by Using Activated Carbon
Huanlei Wang;Qiuming Gao;Juan Hu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Facile approach to prepare nickel cobaltite nanowire materials for supercapacitors
Huanlei Wang;Qiuming Gao;Qiuming Gao;Lei Jiang.
Boron and nitrogen co-doped porous carbon and its enhanced properties as supercapacitor
Hongliang Guo;Qiuming Gao.
Journal of Power Sources (2009)
Nickel(II) Phosphate VSB‐5: A Magnetic Nanoporous Hydrogenation Catalyst with 24‐Ring Tunnels
Nathalie Guillou;Qiuming Gao;Paul M. Forster;Jong-San Chang.
Angewandte Chemie (2001)
Porous carbons prepared by using metal–organic framework as the precursor for supercapacitors
Juan Hu;Huanlei Wang;Qiuming Gao;Hongliang Guo.
Activation, characterization and hydrogen storage properties of the mesoporous carbon CMK-3
Kaisheng Xia;Qiuming Gao;Chundong Wu;Shuqing Song.
Heterogeneous Hydrogenation Catalyses over Recyclable Pd(0) Nanoparticle Catalysts Stabilized by PAMAM-SBA-15 Organic−Inorganic Hybrid Composites
Yijun Jiang;Qiuming Gao.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Bio-inspired beehive-like hierarchical nanoporous carbon derived from bamboo-based industrial by-product as a high performance supercapacitor electrode material
Weiqian Tian;Qiuming Gao;Yanli Tan;Kai Yang.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2015)
Intensively competitive adsorption for heavy metal ions by PAMAM-SBA-15 and EDTA-PAMAM-SBA-15 inorganic-organic hybrid materials
Yijun Jiang;Qiuming Gao;Huaguang Yu;Yirui Chen.
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials (2007)
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