Qianbin Wang

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Wang Q, Xu B, Hao Q, et al. (2019) In situ reversible underwater superwetting transition by electrochemical atomic alternation. Nature Communications. 10: 1212
Guo C, Gao X, Lin FJ, et al. (2018) In-situ characterizing the tri-phase contact line in a brushing-coating process: towards the enhanced efficiency of polymer solar cells. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces
Wang Q, Liu S, Fu L, et al. (2018) Electrospun γ-FeO nanofibers as bioelectrochemical sensors for simultaneous determination of small biomolecules. Analytica Chimica Acta. 1026: 125-132
Lin FJ, Guo C, Chuang WT, et al. (2017) Directional Solution Coating by the Chinese Brush: A Facile Approach to Improving Molecular Alignment for High-Performance Polymer TFTs. Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.)
Guo P, Lv M, Han G, et al. (2016) Solvothermal Synthesis of Hierarchical Colloidal Nanocrystal Assemblies of ZnFe₂O₄ and Their Application in Water Treatment. Materials (Basel, Switzerland). 9
Wang P, Hayashi T, Meng Q, et al. (2016) Highly Boosted Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity by Tuning the Underwater Wetting State of the Superhydrophobic Electrode. Small (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Wang Q, Yao X, Liu H, et al. (2015) Self-removal of condensed water on the legs of water striders. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 9247-52
Wang Q, Meng Q, Wang P, et al. (2015) Bio-inspired direct patterning functional nanothin microlines: controllable liquid transfer. Acs Nano. 9: 4362-70
Wang J, Liu M, Ma R, et al. (2014) In situ wetting state transition on micro- and nanostructured surfaces at high temperature. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces. 6: 15198-208
Wang Q, Meng Q, Chen M, et al. (2014) Bio-inspired multistructured conical copper wires for highly efficient liquid manipulation. Acs Nano. 8: 8757-64
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