Lifeng Chi
Lifeng Chi
Soochow University
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High-k Gate Dielectrics for Emerging Flexible and Stretchable Electronics
B Wang, W Huang, L Chi, M Al-Hashimi, TJ Marks, A Facchetti
Chemical reviews 118 (11), 5690-5754, 2018
Nanoscopic channel lattices with controlled anisotropic wetting
M Gleiche, LF Chi, H Fuchs
Nature 403 (6766), 173-175, 2000
Transparent superhydrophobic/superhydrophilic TiO 2-based coatings for self-cleaning and anti-fogging
Y Lai, Y Tang, J Gong, D Gong, L Chi, C Lin, Z Chen
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (15), 7420-7426, 2012
A new approach for the fabrication of an alternating multilayer film of poly (4‐vinylpyridine) and poly (acrylic acid) based on hydrogen bonding
L Wang, Z Wang, X Zhang, J Shen, L Chi, H Fuchs
Macromolecular rapid communications 18 (6), 509-514, 1997
Linear alkane polymerization on a gold surface
D Zhong, JH Franke, SK Podiyanachari, T Blömker, H Zhang, G Kehr, ...
Science 334 (6053), 213-216, 2011
On-surface synthesis of rylene-type graphene nanoribbons
H Zhang, H Lin, K Sun, L Chen, Y Zagranyarski, N Aghdassi, S Duhm, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (12), 4022-4025, 2015
Growth of self-assembled n-alkyltrichlorosilane films on Si (100) investigated by atomic force microscopy
K Bierbaum, M Grunze, AA Baski, LF Chi, W Schrepp, H Fuchs
Langmuir 11 (6), 2143-2150, 1995
Recent Advances in TiO2‐Based Nanostructured Surfaces with Controllable Wettability and Adhesion
Y Lai, J Huang, Z Cui, M Ge, KQ Zhang, Z Chen, L Chi
small 12 (16), 2203-2224, 2016
High performance field‐effect ammonia sensors based on a structured ultrathin organic semiconductor film
L Li, P Gao, M Baumgarten, K Müllen, N Lu, H Fuchs, L Chi
Advanced Materials 25 (25), 3419-3425, 2013
In situ surface-modification-induced superhydrophobic patterns with reversible wettability and adhesion.
Y Lai, F Pan, C Xu, H Fuchs, L Chi
Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 25 (12), 1682-1686, 2012
Domain structures in Langmuir-Blodgett films investigated by atomic force microscopy
LF Chi, M Anders, H Fuchs, RR Johnston, H Ringsdorf
Science 259 (5092), 213-216, 1993
Electronic structure of spatially aligned graphene nanoribbons on Au (788)
S Linden, D Zhong, A Timmer, N Aghdassi, JH Franke, H Zhang, X Feng, ...
Physical Review Letters 108 (21), 216801, 2012
Langmuir–Blodgett patterning: a bottom–up way to build mesostructures over large areas
X Chen, S Lenhert, M Hirtz, N Lu, H Fuchs, L Chi
Accounts of chemical research 40 (6), 393-401, 2007
Field emission properties of large-area nanowires of organic charge-transfer complexes
H Liu, Q Zhao, Y Li, Y Liu, F Lu, J Zhuang, S Wang, L Jiang, D Zhu, D Yu, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (4), 1120-1121, 2005
Metal nanoparticles, nanowires, and contact electrodes self‐assembled on patterned monolayer templates—a bottom‐up chemical approach
S Hoeppener, R Maoz, SR Cohen, LF Chi, H Fuchs, J Sagiv
Advanced Materials 14 (15), 1036-1041, 2002
Osteoblast alignment, elongation and migration on grooved polystyrene surfaces patterned by Langmuir–Blodgett lithography
S Lenhert, MB Meier, U Meyer, L Chi, HP Wiesmann
Biomaterials 26 (5), 563-570, 2005
An Ultrasensitive Organic Semiconductor NO2 Sensor Based on Crystalline TIPS‐Pentacene Films
Z Wang, L Huang, X Zhu, X Zhou, L Chi
Advanced Materials 29 (38), 1703192, 2017
Bioinspired Patterning with Extreme Wettability Contrast on TiO2 Nanotube Array Surface: A Versatile Platform for Biomedical Applications
Y Lai, L Lin, F Pan, J Huang, R Song, Y Huang, C Lin, H Fuchs, L Chi
Small 9 (17), 2945-2953, 2013
Controllable growth and field-effect property of monolayer to multilayer microstripes of an organic semiconductor
L Li, P Gao, KC Schuermann, S Ostendorp, W Wang, C Du, Y Lei, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (26), 8807-8809, 2010
Simple approach to wafer-scale self-cleaning antireflective silicon surfaces
D Qi, N Lu, H Xu, B Yang, C Huang, M Xu, L Gao, Z Wang, L Chi
Langmuir 25 (14), 7769-7772, 2009
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