Xiaoming Yuan
Xiaoming Yuan
School of Physics and electronics,Central South University
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Design and room-temperature operation of GaAs/AlGaAs multiple quantum well nanowire lasers
D Saxena, N Jiang, X Yuan, S Mokkapati, Y Guo, HH Tan, C Jagadish
Nano letters 16 (8), 5080-5086, 2016
Room temperature GaAsSb single nanowire infrared photodetectors
Z Li, X Yuan, L Fu, K Peng, F Wang, X Fu, P Caroff, TP White, HH Tan, ...
Nanotechnology 26 (44), 445202, 2015
Thermodynamic description of the Al–Mg–Si system using a new formulation for the temperature dependence of the excess Gibbs energy
Y Tang, Y Du, L Zhang, X Yuan, G Kaptay
Thermochimica acta 527, 131-142, 2012
Tunable Polarity in a III–V Nanowire by Droplet Wetting and Surface Energy Engineering
X Yuan, P Caroff, J Wong-Leung, L Fu, HT Tan, C Jagadish
Advanced Materials, 2015
Selective area epitaxy of III–V nanostructure arrays and networks: Growth, applications, and future directions
X Yuan, D Pan, Y Zhou, X Zhang, K Peng, B Zhao, M Deng, J He, HH Tan, ...
Applied Physics Reviews 8 (2), 2021
Controlling the morphology, composition and crystal structure in gold-seeded GaAs 1− x Sb x nanowires
X Yuan, P Caroff, J Wong-Leung, HH Tan, C Jagadish
Nanoscale 7 (11), 4995-5003, 2015
Antimony Induced {112} A Faceted Triangular GaAs1− xSbx/InP Core/Shell Nanowires and Their Enhanced Optical Quality
X Yuan, P Caroff, F Wang, Y Guo, Y Wang, HE Jackson, LM Smith, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (33), 5300-5308, 2015
Thermodynamic modeling of the Mg–Si system with the Kaptay equation for the excess Gibbs energy of the liquid phase
X Yuan, W Sun, Y Du, D Zhao, H Yang
Calphad 33 (4), 673-678, 2009
Shape Engineering of InP Nanostructures by Selective Area Epitaxy
N Wang, X Yuan, X Zhang, Q Gao, B Zhao, L Li, M Lockrey, HH Tan, ...
ACS Nano 13 (6), 7261-7269, 2019
Light-induced irreversible structural phase transition in trilayer graphene
J Zhang, J Han, G Peng, X Yang, X Yuan, Y Li, J Chen, W Xu, K Liu, Z Zhu, ...
Light: Science & Applications 9 (1), 174, 2020
Role of surface energy in nanowire growth
X Yuan, J Yang, J He, HH Tan, C Jagadish
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 51 (28), 283002, 2018
Constructing inorganic-rich solid electrolyte interphase via abundant anionic solvation sheath in commercial carbonate electrolytes
W Fang, Z Wen, L Chen, Z Qin, J Li, Z Zheng, Z Weng, G Wu, N Zhang, ...
Nano Energy 104, 107881, 2022
Broadband GaAsSb nanowire array photodetectors for filter-free multispectral imaging
Z Li, S Trendafilov, F Zhang, MS Allen, JW Allen, SU Dev, W Pan, Y Yu, ...
Nano Letters 21 (17), 7388-7395, 2021
Thermodynamic modeling of the Ge–Ti system supported by key experiment
D Liu, H Yan, X Yuan, Y Chung, Y Du, H Xu, L Liu, P Nash
Thermochimica acta 521 (1-2), 148-154, 2011
Inducing preferential growth of the Zn (002) plane by using a multifunctional chelator for achieving highly reversible Zn anodes
X Li, Z Chen, P Ruan, X Hu, B Lu, X Yuan, S Tian, J Zhou
Nanoscale, 2024
CVD Grown MoS2 Nanoribbons on MoS2 Covered Sapphire(0001) Without Catalysts
D Wu, J Shi, X Zheng, J Liu, W Dou, Y Gao, X Yuan, F Ouyang, H Huang
physica status solidi (RRL)–Rapid Research Letters 13 (7), 1900063, 2019
Quick Optical Identification of the Defect Formation in Monolayer WSe2 for Growth Optimization
L Fang, H Chen, X Yuan, H Huang, G Chen, L Li, J Ding, J He, S Tao
Nanoscale research letters 14, 1-10, 2019
From MoO2@MoS2 Core–Shell Nanorods to MoS2 Nanobelts
J Shi, D Wu, X Zheng, D Xie, F Song, X Zhang, J Jiang, X Yuan, Y Gao, ...
physica status solidi (b) 255 (9), 1800254, 2018
Growth and optical properties of In x Ga1−x P nanowires synthesized by selective-area epitaxy
A Berg, P Caroff, N Shahid, MN Lockrey, X Yuan, MT Borgström, HH Tan, ...
Nano Research 10, 672-682, 2017
Regaining a spatial dimension: Mechanically transferrable two-dimensional inas nanofins grown by selective area epitaxy
J Seidl, JG Gluschke, X Yuan, S Naureen, N Shahid, HH Tan, C Jagadish, ...
Nano Letters 19 (7), 4666-4677, 2019
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