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Yanlong Tai
Yanlong Tai
Professor of Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (中国科学院深圳
Verified email at siat.ac.cn
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Fabrication of paper-based conductive patterns for flexible electronics by direct-writing
YL Tai, ZG Yang
Journal of Materials Chemistry 21 (16), 5938-5943, 2011
1322011
Study of surface modification of nano-SiO2 with macromolecular coupling agent (LMPB-g-MAH)
Y Tai, J Qian, Y Zhang, J Huang
Chemical Engineering Journal 141 (1-3), 354-361, 2008
1302008
A highly sensitive, low-cost, wearable pressure sensor based on conductive hydrogel spheres
Y Tai, M Mulle, IA Ventura, G Lubineau
Nanoscale 7 (35), 14766-14773, 2015
1252015
Preparation, characterization and reaction mechanism of a novel silver-organic conductive ink
Y Chang, DY Wang, YL Tai, ZG Yang
Journal of Materials Chemistry 22 (48), 25296-25301, 2012
812012
Double‐Twisted Conductive Smart Threads Comprising a Homogeneously and a Gradient‐Coated Thread for Multidimensional Flexible Pressure‐Sensing Devices
Y Tai, G Lubineau
Advanced Functional Materials 26 (23), 4078-4084, 2016
692016
Light‐activated rapid‐response polyvinylidene‐fluoride‐based flexible films
Y Tai, G Lubineau, Z Yang
Advanced Materials 28 (23), 4665-4670, 2016
632016
A facile approach to a silver conductive ink with high performance for macroelectronics
Y Tao, Y Tao, B Wang, L Wang, Y Tai
Nanoscale research letters 8 (1), 1-6, 2013
552013
Preparation and characterization of Si3N4/SBR nanocomposites with high performance
Y Tai, J Qian, J Miao, R Xia, Y Zhang, Z Yang
Materials & Design 34, 522-527, 2012
512012
Flexible pressure sensing film based on ultra-sensitive SWCNT/PDMS spheres for monitoring human pulse signals
YL Tai, ZG Yang
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 3 (27), 5436-5441, 2015
492015
Flexible, transparent, thickness-controllable SWCNT/PEDOT: PSS hybrid films based on coffee-ring lithography for functional noncontact sensing device
YL Tai, ZG Yang
Langmuir 31 (48), 13257-13264, 2015
442015
A promising approach to conductive patterns with high efficiency for flexible electronics
YL Tai, ZG Yang, ZD Li
Applied Surface Science 257 (16), 7096-7100, 2011
432011
Human‐Finger Electronics Based on Opposing Humidity‐Resistance Responses in Carbon Nanofilms
Y Tai, G Lubineau
Small, 2017,10.1002/smll.201603486, 2017
352017
High-reproducibility, flexible conductive patterns fabricated with silver nanowire by drop or fit-to-flow method
Y Tao, Y Tao, L Wang, B Wang, Z Yang, Y Tai
Nanoscale research letters 8 (1), 1-5, 2013
322013
Toward Flexible Wireless Pressure‐Sensing Device via Ionic Hydrogel Microsphere for Continuously Mapping Human‐Skin Signals
Y tai Zhenguo Yang
advanced materials interfaces, 2017
292017
Preparation of stable aqueous conductive ink with silver nanoflakes and its application on paper‐based flexible electronics
YL Tai, ZG Yang
Surface and interface analysis 44 (5), 529-534, 2012
292012
An effective way to stabilize silicon nitride nanoparticles dispersed in rubber matrix by a one-step process
Y Tai, J Miao, J Qian, R Xia, Y Zhang
Materials Chemistry and Physics 112 (2), 659-667, 2008
282008
Heating-rate-triggered carbon-nanotube-based 3-dimensional conducting networks for a highly sensitive noncontact sensing device
Y Tai, G Lubineau
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-8, 2016
252016
Facile and scalable preparation of solid silver nanoparticles (< 10 nm) for flexible electronics
YL Tai, ZG Yang
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 7 (31), 17104-17111, 2015
252015
Core/shell microstructure induced synergistic effect for efficient water-droplet formation and cloud-seeding application
Y Tai, H Liang, A Zaki, N El Hadri, AM Abshaev, BM Huchunaev, ...
Acs Nano 11 (12), 12318-12325, 2017
242017
Green approach to prepare silver nanoink with potentially high conductivity for printed electronics
YL Tai, YX Wang, ZG Yang, ZQ Chai
Surface and interface analysis 43 (12), 1480-1485, 2011
232011
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