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New route to break the 25% upper limit of internal quantum efficiency of OLEDs: the emission from doublet
May 11, 2015
The triplet harvesting is a main challenge in the field of organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs), due to the spin-forbidden nature of the radiative decay of triplet. Li Feng’s group in our Lab proposed a new kind of OLEDs utilizing the...
Helical Architectures Constructed by Dynamic Covalent Bonds with Amplification of Chirality
Jan 08, 2015
Dynamic Covalent Helical Architectures the construction on the helical architectures based on dynamic covalent bonds remains a great challenge, It has so far been realized in inorganic metal-coordinated system. Herein, we design a spont...
Designing STM-Visualized Aromatic Helical Polymers: Imaging of Single and Double Helices with a Pattern of pi-pi Stacking
Jan 08, 2015
Helical Polymer In this study, we present the scanning tunneling microscope (STM) images of rationally designed helical polymers with a pattern of pi-pi stacking and successfully identified the single and double helical superstructures. T...
Reversible Ca2+ Switch of An Engineered Allosteric Antioxidant Selenoenzyme
Jan 06, 2015
Allosteric Selenoenzyme A Ca2+-responsive artificial selenoenzyme was constructed by computational design and engineering of recoverin with the active center of glutathione peroxidase (GPx). By combining the recognition capacity for the g...
Enzymetically Regulating the Self-Healing of Protein Hydrogels with High Healing Efficiency
Jan 06, 2015
Self-Healing Materials Enzyme-mediated self-healing of dynamic covalent bond-driven protein hydrogels was realized by the synergy of two enzymes, glucose oxidase (GOX) and catalase (CAT). The reversible covalent attachment of glutaraldehy...
Self-Assembled Peptide Nanofibers Designed as Biological Enzymes for Catalyzing Ester Hydrolysis
Jan 06, 2015
Self-Assembled Peptide Nanofibers The structural arrangement of amino acid residues in a native enzyme provides a blueprint for the design of artificial enzymes. One challenge of mimicking the catalytic center of a native enzyme is how to...
Quantum-Dot-Induced Self-Assembly of Cricoid Protein for Light Harvesting
Jan 06, 2015
Protein Assembly Stable protein one (SP1) has been demonstrated as an appealing building block to design highly ordered architectures, despite the hybrid assembly with other nano-objects still being a challenge. Herein, we developed a str...
Protein-based supramolecular polymers: progressand prospect
Jan 06, 2015
Protein-based Supramolecular Polymers Proteins are naturally evolved macromolecules with highly sophisticated structures and diverse properties. The design and controlled self-assembly of proteins into polymeric architectures via supramol...
Pillar[5]arene-Based Supramolecular Organic Frameworks for Highly Selective Carbon Dioxide Capture at Ambient Conditions
Jul 03, 2014
     Self-assembly of solid-state supramolecular architectures, endowed with nanodimensional pores or cavities, is under intense investigations in recent years owing to their broad applications. As a relatively new class ...
Polymer-Nanocrystal Hybrid Solar Cells from Aqueous Materials
Apr 26, 2013
     Hybrid solar cells (HSCs) based on conjugated polymers and inorganic nanocrystals (NCs) have attracted increased attention, owing to the combination of the solution processability of polymers and the adjustable ab...
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