His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube, Graphene, Nanotube and Carbon. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Photochemistry, Electrochemistry, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Pyrolysis. His Carbon nanotube research integrates issues from Electrolyte, Nanoparticle and Polymer.
Shaoming Huang has researched Graphene in several fields, including Electrocatalyst, Oxide, Inorganic chemistry, Cathode and Nanomaterials. His Nanotube study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystal growth and Chemical vapor deposition. His Carbon research includes elements of Yield, Catalysis, Homologous series and Doping.
Shaoming Huang mostly deals with Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube, Catalysis, Nanoparticle and Luminescence. His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Carbon and Adsorption. He works on Carbon nanotube which deals in particular with Nanotube.
His Catalysis research focuses on Inorganic chemistry and how it relates to Electrode. His Nanoparticle study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bimetallic strip, Transmission electron microscopy and Nanorod. His Luminescence study combines topics in areas such as Schiff base, Photochemistry, Ion, Photoluminescence and Phosphor.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Luminescence, Schiff base, Crystallography, Nanoclusters and Graphene. His study on Luminescence also encompasses disciplines like
His Graphene research includes themes of Inorganic chemistry, Boron nitride, Polysulfide, Cathode and Overpotential. His Boron nitride study is focused on Nanotechnology in general. In general Nanotechnology, his work in Nanocrystal is often linked to Molecular dynamics linking many areas of study.
Shaoming Huang focuses on Graphene, Luminescence, Photoluminescence, Nanotechnology and Oxygen evolution. His work deals with themes such as Polysulfide, Cathode, Carbonization, Overpotential and Catalysis, which intersect with Graphene. As part of one scientific family, Shaoming Huang deals mainly with the area of Luminescence, narrowing it down to issues related to the Phosphor, and often Scanning electron microscope, Diffuse reflection and Doping.
Shaoming Huang combines subjects such as Bifunctional and Quantum yield with his study of Nanotechnology. His study looks at the relationship between Oxygen evolution and topics such as Solvent, which overlap with Inorganic chemistry. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sulfur, Nanotube, Electrode and Faraday efficiency, Lithium.
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Sulfur-doped graphene as an efficient metal-free cathode catalyst for oxygen reduction.
Zhi Yang;Zhen Yao;Guifa Li;Guoyong Fang.
ACS Nano (2012)
A Lightweight TiO₂/Graphene Interlayer, Applied as a Highly Effective Polysulfide Absorbent for Fast, Long-Life Lithium-Sulfur Batteries
Zhubing Xiao;Zhi Yang;Lu Wang;Huagui Nie.
Advanced Materials (2015)
Ultralong single-wall carbon nanotubes
L. X. Zheng;M. J. O'Connell;S. K. Doorn;X. Z. Liao.
Nature Materials (2004)
Recent progress in doped carbon nanomaterials as effective cathode catalysts for fuel cell oxygen reduction reaction
Zhi Yang;Huagui Nie;Xi'an Chen;Xiaohua Chen.
Journal of Power Sources (2013)
Band Structure, Phonon Scattering, and the Performance Limit of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Transistors
Xinjian Zhou;Ji-Yong Park;Shaoming Huang;Jie Liu.
Physical Review Letters (2005)
Growth of millimeter-long and horizontally aligned single-walled carbon nanotubes on flat substrates.
Shaoming Huang;Xinyu Cai;Jie Liu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Mechanical properties of atomically thin boron nitride and the role of interlayer interactions
Aleksey Falin;Qiran Cai;Elton J.G. Santos;Declan Scullion.
Nature Communications (2017)
Patterned Growth and Contact Transfer of Well-Aligned Carbon Nanotube Films
Shaoming Huang;Liming Dai;Albert W. H. Mau.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1999)
Growth Mechanism of Oriented Long Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes Using "Fast-Heating" Chemical Vapor Deposition Process
Shaoming Huang;Mike Woodson;Richard Smalley;Jie Liu.
Nano Letters (2004)
Catalyst-free synthesis of iodine-doped graphenevia a facile thermal annealing process and its use for electrocatalytic oxygen reduction in an alkaline medium
Zhen Yao;Huagui Nie;Zhi Yang;Xuemei Zhou.
Chemical Communications (2012)
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