Faculty Profile
 
  XIE Yi
     
Department: Department of Chemistry
Mailing Address:
Dept. of Chem., Univ Sci Tech China, Hefei, Anhui 230026, PR China
Postal Code:
230026
Phone:
+86-551-63603987
Fax:
86-551-63606266
Homepage:
http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~yxie
 
       

Research Profile

	  
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Selected Publications
1) Direct Confined-space Combustion to Monoclinic Vanadium Dioxides (VO2(M)) , Angew Chem Int Ed , , 2010, 49, 134-137
2) Hydrogen-incorporation stabilization of metallic VO2(R) phase to room temperature displaying promising low-temperature thermoelectric effect , J Am Chem Soc , , 2011, 133, 1376
3) Metallic Few-layered VS2 Ultrathin Nanosheets: High Two-Dimensional Conductivity for In-Plane Supercapacitors , J Am Chem Soc , , 2011, 133, 17832
4) Superionic Phase Transition in Silver Chalcogenides Nanocrystals Realizing Optimized Thermoelectric Performance , J. Am. Chem. Soc. , , 2012, DOI: 10.1021/ja2104476
5) Photothermal-Assisted Solution-Phase Synthesis and Characterization of Submicroscale Tubes, Rods, Shuttles and Urchin-like Assembly of Single-Crystalline Trigonal Selenium , Angew Chem. Int. Ed , , 2006,45, 2571-2574
6) Synthetic Haggite V4O6(OH)4 Nanobelts: Oxyhydroxide as a New Catalog of Smart Electrical Switch Materials , J. Am. Chem. Soc. , 2009 , 131,7218
7) New Phase Hollandite-type VOOH Quadrangular Nanorods: A New Smart Electrical Switch Material , Chem. Commun. , , 2010, 46, 1845
8) New Vanadium Oxide Nanostructures: Controlled Synthesis and Their Smart Electrical Switching Properties , Adv. Mater. , , 2010, 22, 1972-1976
9) Understanding the Nature of Kinetic Process in VO2 Metal-Insulator Transition , Phys. Rev. Lett., , , 2010, 105,226405
10) Controlling phase and morphology of inorganic nanostructures originated from the internal crystal structure , Chem. Commun. , , 2009, Feature Article
11) Insights into initial kinetic nucleation of gold nanocrystals , J. Am. Chem. Soc., , , 2010, 132, 7696–7701
12) Promising Vanadium Oxides Nanostructures: From Energy Storage to Energy Saving , Energy & Environmental Science , , 2010, 3,1191(Review)
13) Room-Temperature Ferromagnetic Silver Vanadium Oxide (Ag1.2V3O8): A New Magnetic Semiconductors Nanoring Structure , Adv. Funct. Mater. , , 2010,20,3666
14) Synthesis of New-phased VOOH Hollow “Dandelions” and Their Application in Lithium-ion Batteries , Adv. Mater. , , 2006,18, 1727
 
Recruitment information
Currently funding is available to support thesis work of several graduate students every year. Enthusiasm in scientific involvement is one prerequisite for all applicants. If you are interested in studying in our group, please feel free to send your enquiry with a description of your study and research (if you have some) background to Prof. Yi Xie. She will be happy to answer any of your questions. A lab tour or a meeting with the professor may be considered if it appears necessary. At least two positions for postdoc scientists will also be available every year. Applicants falling into this category need to provide names of at least two references along with a CV addressing the educations you have received and most importantly your Ph.D. research experience.

Applicants with either chemistry or materials science or physics background are suitable to join in our group, but those with hands-on experiences in at least one of the following areas will be considered with priority: (1) inorganic synthesis; (2) microfabrication; (3) monodisperse or mesoporous material synthesis; (4) various characterization techniques for solids, such as XRD, XAFS, TG, DTA, TEM, SEM; (5) electrochemical station; (6) theoretical chemistry (7) lithium ion batteries (8)photocatalysis (9) solar cell.  
       
       
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