Faculty Profiles

Jie Liu
George Barth Geller Professor of Chemistry in Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
Office: 
2105 French Science Center, Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 
(919) 660-1549
Fax: 
(919) 660-1605

Overview

Education:

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department Of Chemistry, Rice University 1996 - 1999

Ph.D., Harvard University 1996

M.S., Shandong University (China) 1990

B.S., Shandong University (China) 1987

Research Areas:
Inorganic, Nanoscience and Materials

Zhao, J, Lai, H, Lyu, Z, Jiang, Y, Xie, K, Wang, X, Wu, Q, Yang, L, Jin, Z, Ma, Y, Liu, J, and Hu, Z. "Hydrophilic Hierarchical Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Nanocages for Ultrahigh Supercapacitive Performance." Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 27.23 (June 2015): 3541-3545. Full Text

Chen, Y, Lu, S, Wu, X, and Liu, J. "Flexible Carbon Nanotube–Graphene/Sulfur Composite Film: Free-Standing Cathode for High-Performance Lithium/Sulfur Batteries." The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119.19 (May 14, 2015): 10288-10294. Full Text

Yusoff, ARBM, Dai, L, Cheng, H-M, and Liu, J. "Graphene based energy devices." Nanoscale 7.16 (April 2015): 6881-6882. Full Text

Watson, AM, Zhang, X, Alcaraz de la Osa, R, Marcos Sanz, J, González, F, Moreno, F, Finkelstein, G, Liu, J, and Everitt, HO. "Rhodium nanoparticles for ultraviolet plasmonics." Nano letters 15.2 (February 2015): 1095-1100. Full Text Open Access Copy

Ma, Y, Li, P, Sedloff, JW, Zhang, X, Zhang, H, and Liu, J. "Conductive graphene fibers for wire-shaped supercapacitors strengthened by unfunctionalized few-walled carbon nanotubes." ACS nano 9.2 (February 2015): 1352-1359. Full Text

Zhao, J, Lai, H, Lyu, Z, Jiang, Y, Xie, K, Wang, X, Wu, Q, Yang, L, Jin, Z, Ma, Y, Liu, J, and Hu, Z. "Hydrophilic hierarchical nitrogen-doped carbon nanocages for ultrahigh supercapacitive performance." Advanced Materials (2015). Full Text

Zhang, X, Li, P, Zhang, H, and Liu, J. "Understanding the discrepancy between the quality and yield in the synthesis of carbon nanotubes." Nano Research 8.1 (January 2015): 296-302. Full Text

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