Weiran Zheng
Weiran Zheng
Other names郑蔚然
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Guangdong Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
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Morphology‐Dependent Interactions of ZnO with Cu Nanoparticles at the Materials’ Interface in Selective Hydrogenation of CO2 to CH3OH
F Liao, Y Huang, J Ge, W Zheng, K Tedsree, P Collier, X Hong, SC Tsang
Angewandte Chemie 123 (9), 2210-2213, 2011
Electrochemical Instability of Metal-Organic Frameworks: In Situ Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of the Real Active Sites
W Zheng, M Liu, LYS Lee
ACS Catalysis 10 (1), 81-92, 2020
Ni/Co-Based Nanosheet Arrays for Efficient Oxygen Evolution Reaction
Y Li, L Hu, W Zheng, X Peng, M Liu, PK Chu, LYS Lee
Nano Energy 52, 360-368, 2018
Interface Engineered NiFe2O4− x/NiMoO4 Nanowire Arrays for Electrochemical Oxygen Evolution
J Choi, D Kim, W Zheng, B Yan, Y Li, LYS Lee, Y Piao
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 286, 119857, 2021
Metal–Organic Frameworks for Electrocatalysis: Catalyst or Precatalyst?
W Zheng, LYS Lee
ACS Energy Letters 6 (8), 2838-2843, 2021
Two-dimensional metal-organic framework and covalent-organic framework: synthesis and their energy-related applications
W Zheng, CS Tsang, LYS Lee, KY Wong
Materials Today Chemistry 12, 34-60, 2019
Copper nanoparticles/polyaniline/graphene composite as a highly sensitive electrochemical glucose sensor
W Zheng, L Hu, LYS Lee, KY Wong
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 781, 155-160, 2016
Best Practices in Using Foam-Type Electrodes for Electrocatalytic Performance Benchmark
W Zheng, M Liu, LYS Lee
ACS Energy Letters 5 (10), 3260-3264, 2020
Overall Water‐Splitting Electrocatalysts Based on 2D CoNi‐Metal‐Organic Frameworks and Its Derivative
M Liu, W Zheng, S Ran, ST Boles, LYS Lee
Advanced Materials Interfaces 5 (21), 1800849, 2018
Interface Engineering of a 2D-C3N4/NiFe-LDH Heterostructure for Highly Efficient Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution
J Yan, X Zhang, W Zheng, LYS Lee
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 13 (21), 24723-24733, 2021
Enhanced Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution from Water by Niobate Single Molecular Sheets and Ensembles
ET Keizo Nakagawa, Tiantian Jia, Weiran Zheng, Simon Fairclough, Masahiro ...
Chemical Communications 50, 13702-13705, 2014
Laser-Assisted Ultrafast Exfoliation of Black Phosphorus in Liquid with Tunable Thickness for Li-Ion Batteries
W Zheng, J Lee, ZW Gao, Y Li, S Lin, SP Lau, LYS Lee
Advanced Energy Materials 10 (31), 1903490, 2020
Highly Enhanced Pseudocapacitive Performance of Vanadium‐Doped MXenes in Neutral Electrolytes
ZW Gao, W Zheng, LYS Lee
Small 15 (40), 1902649, 2019
A tunable metal–polyaniline interface for efficient carbon dioxide electro-reduction to formic acid and methanol in aqueous solution
W Zheng, S Nayak, W Yuan, Z Zeng, X Hong, KA Vincent, SCE Tsang
Chemical Communications 52 (96), 13901-13904, 2016
Use of Carbon Supports with Copper Ion as a Highly Sensitive Non-Enzymatic Glucose Sensor
W Zheng, Y Li, L Hu, LYS Lee
Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical 282, 187-196, 2019
Quantitative Differences in Sulfur Poisoning Phenomena over Ruthenium and Palladium: An Attempt To Deconvolute Geometric and Electronic Poisoning Effects Using Model Catalysts
A Kolpin, G Jones, S Jones, W Zheng, J Cookson, APE York, PJ Collier, ...
ACS Catalysis 7 (1), 592-605, 2017
Palladium on iron oxide nanoparticles: the morphological effect of the support in glycerol hydrogenolysis
J Ge, Z Zeng, F Liao, W Zheng, X Hong, SCE Tsang
Green chemistry 15 (8), 2064-2069, 2013
Improving the Performance Stability of Direct Seawater Electrolysis: From Catalyst Design to Electrode Engineering
W Zheng, LYS Lee, K Wong
Nanoscale 13, 15177-15187, 2021
Copper Phosphosulfides as a Highly Active and Stable Photocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
X Zhang, KA Min, W Zheng, J Hwang, B Han, LYS Lee
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 273, 118927, 2020
Surface Engineering of MoS2 via Laser‐Induced Exfoliation in Protic Solvents
ZW Gao, M Liu, W Zheng, X Zhang, LYS Lee
Small 15 (44), 1903791, 2019
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