Changfeng Fang
Changfeng Fang
Center for Optics Research and Engineering (CORE), Shandong University, Qingdao 266237, China
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A possible anthracene-based optical molecular switch driven by a reversible photodimerization reaction
P Zhao, CF Fang, CJ Xia, YM Wang, DS Liu, SJ Xie
Applied Physics Letters 93 (1), 013113, 2008
How method-dependent are calculated differences between vertical, adiabatic, and 0–0 excitation energies?
C Fang, B Oruganti, B Durbeej
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 118 (23), 4157-4171, 2014
Electronic transport properties of a diarylethene-based molecular switch with single-walled carbon nanotube electrodes: The effect of chirality
P Zhao, P Wang, Z Zhang, C Fang, Y Wang, Y Zhai, D Liu
Solid state communications 149 (23-24), 928-931, 2009
15, 16-Dinitrile DDP/CPD as a possible solid-state optical molecular switch
P Zhao, C Fang, C Xia, D Liu, S Xie
Chemical Physics Letters 453 (1-3), 62-67, 2008
Gated electronic currents modulation and designs of logic gates with single molecular field effect transistors
Y Xu, C Fang, B Cui, G Ji, Y Zhai, D Liu
Applied Physics Letters 99 (4), 145, 2011
The I–V characteristics of the butadienimine-based optical molecular switch: An ab initio study
CJ Xia, DS Liu, CF Fang, P Zhao
Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 42 (5), 1763-1768, 2010
Electronic transport properties of carbon chains between Au and Ag electrodes: A first-principles study
C Fang, B Cui, Y Xu, G Ji, D Liu, S Xie
Physics Letters A 375 (41), 3618-3623, 2011
Rectification inversion in oxygen substituted graphyne–graphene-based heterojunctions
W Zhao, B Cui, C Fang, G Ji, J Zhao, X Kong, D Zou, X Jiang, D Li, D Liu
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (5), 3115-3122, 2015
Computational study of the working mechanism and rate acceleration of overcrowded alkene-based light-driven rotary molecular motors
C Fang, B Oruganti, B Durbeej
RSC Advances 4 (20), 10240-10251, 2014
The electronic transport properties of zigzag silicene nanoribbon slices with edge hydrogenation and oxidation
D Zou, W Zhao, C Fang, B Cui, D Liu
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (16), 11513-11519, 2016
Computational design of faster rotating second-generation light-driven molecular motors by control of steric effects
B Oruganti, C Fang, B Durbeej
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (33), 21740-21751, 2015
Effect of torsion angle on electronic transport through different anchoring groups in molecular junction
CJ Xia, CF Fang, P Zhao, SJ Xie, DS Liu
Physics Letters A 373 (41), 3787-3794, 2009
Assessment of a composite CC2/DFT procedure for calculating 0–0 excitation energies of organic molecules
B Oruganti, C Fang, B Durbeej
Molecular Physics 114 (23), 3448-3463, 2016
The electronic transport properties in C60 molecular devices with different contact distances
G Ji, Y Zhai, C Fang, Y Xu, B Cui, D Liu
Physics Letters A 375 (14), 1602-1607, 2011
Effect of contact interface configuration on electronic transport in (C20) 2-based molecular junctions
G Ji, D Li, C Fang, Y Xu, Y Zhai, B Cui, D Liu
Physics Letters A 376 (5), 773-778, 2012
Edge hydrogenation-induced spin-filtering and negative differential resistance effects in zigzag silicene nanoribbons with line defects
X Li, D Zou, B Cui, C Fang, J Zhao, D Li, D Liu
RSC advances 7 (41), 25244-25252, 2017
Enhanced rectifying performance by asymmetrical gate voltage for BDC 20 molecular devices
G Ji, B Cui, Y Xu, C Fang, W Zhao, D Li, D Liu
RSC Advances 4 (32), 16537-16544, 2014
Spin transport properties in silicene-based heterojunctions with different edge hydrogenation
J Zhao, C Fang, B Cui, D Zou, W Zhao, X Li, D Li, D Liu
Organic Electronics 41, 333-339, 2017
Electrostatic current switching and negative differential resistance behavior in a molecular device based on carbon nanotubes
Y Xu, C Fang, G Ji, W Du, D Li, D Liu
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 14 (2), 668-674, 2012
First-principles study of the switching characteristics of the 15, 16-dinitrile DDP/CPD-based optical molecular switch with carbon nanotube electrodes
P Zhao, C Fang, Y Wang, Y Zhai, D Liu
Current Applied Physics 9 (6), 1213-1216, 2009
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