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Hetero-atomization of Bi-metals Ultrathin Nanostructure and Their Electro-catalytic Performance

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2D ultrathin nanostructure has features of large specific surface area, unique planar structure, abundant coordination unsaturated atoms on surface, excellent mechanical strength, flexibility and optical clarity. Nanoalloy can afford reconfigurable electronic structures, catalytic activity and selectivity advantages, optimizable performances and improved atomic effective utilization. If nanoalloy get ultrathin structure together with the addition of heteroatom, it is possible to further well adjust the adsorption and activation of reactive molecules for superior electrochemical catalytic performance.

Ming WEN is a Professor in Faculty of Chemical Science and Engineering School, Tongji University at Shanghai, China. She obtained her Ph.D degree from chemistry department of Kinki University (Japan) in 2002, and worked as an associate professor in Tongji University in the same year, and then advanced to full professor in 2009. She has joined research work as senior visiting scholar at Tohoku University in Japan in 2011 and Humboldt-Universitätzu Berlin in German in 2015, respectively. Her main research area is focus on the chemistry of metal & alloy nanomaterials together with their composites. A series of materials at nano- and micro-scales with controllable morphologies and structures are currently investigated through employing various interactions and controlled self-assemblies process. Design and synthesis of novel nanostructure can be carried out through nanoscience and nanotechnology by the careful adjusting of chemical reaction conditions. Based on electron-enhanced catalysis reaction, the fabrication and perform reactivity have been carried out for application in hydrogen generation, environments treatment, and electrodes nanomaterials. She published over 100 SCI journal papers and some book chapters, became director of Funct. Mater. Soc. of China (2012-), obtained The Shanghai Natural Sciences award of China (Third Prize, 2013).

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