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a. Liquid-2-D-material interactions for energy, environmental, and biomedical applications

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1. J. Andrews#, S. Sinha#, P. W. Chung, and S. Das*, “Wetting dynamics of a water nanodrop on graphene.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18, 23482-23493 (2016). (Selected as the Inside Front Cover Article)

Collaborators: Prof. Peter Chung (Mechanical, UMD), Prof. Liangbing Hu (Materials Science, UMD)

Involved Graduate Students: Joseph Andrews (graduated), Shayandev Sinha, Yanbin Wang

 

 

 

 

 

 

b. Energy and environmental applications of nanofluidics in abundantly available materials like wood

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1. Y. Wang, G. Sun, J. Dai, G. Chen#, J. Morgenstern, Y. Wang#, S. Kang, M. Zhu, S. Das, L. Cui, and L. Hu, “High-Performance, Low Tortuosity Wood Carbon Monolith Reactor.” Advanced Materials (Accepted for Publication).

Collaborators: Prof. Liangbing Hu (Materials Science, UMD)

Involved Graduate Students: Guang Chen, Yanbin Wang

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

c. Applications for Interfacial Sciences for Nanomaterials Fabrication

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1. Z. Liu, Y. Wang, K. Fu, Z. Wang, Y. Yao, J. Wan, J. Dai, S. Das*, and L. Hu, “Solvo-thermal microwave-powered two-dimensional materials exfoliation.” Chemical Communications, 52, 5757-5760 (2016).

2. Z. Liu, L. Zhang, R. Wang, S. Poyraz, J. Cook, M. Bozack, S. Das, X. Zhang, and L. Hu, “Ultrafast microwave nano-manufacturing of fullerene-like metal chalcogenides.” Scientific Reports, 6, 22503(1-8) (2016). (media coverage: enme.umd.edu)

Collaborators: Prof. Liangbing Hu (Materials Science, UMD), Xinyu Zhang (Auburn University)

Involved Graduate Students: Yanbin Wang