Research Philosophy

Our research Group primarily focuses  on 
 (1) Core-Shell Nanostructures for SHINERS and SERS
 (2) In situ electrochemical single crystal and electrocatalysis
 (3) Surface/Interface Catalysis (Thermal/Photo Catalysis)
 (4) Plasmon-Enhanced Fluorescence and other spectroscopies
 (5) Design and Reveal Mechanism of Novel Energy Storage Materials
 (6) Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for Practical Applications

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Core-Shell Nanostructures for SHINERS...

Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) is a powerful technique that provides fingerprint vibrational information with ultrahigh sensitivity, even down to single molecular level. However, only a fe...

In situ electrochemical single crysta...

Single crystal surfaces are ideal substrates for surface science studies, as they exhibit well-defined surface morphology and electronic state and can perfectly match theoretical calculation to uncove...

Surface/Interface Catalysis (Thermal/...

In situ tracking of catalytic processes and capturing their active intermediates under working conditions by various spectroscopic techniques are of significant importance in heterogeneous catalysis. ...

Plasmon-Enhanced Fluorescence and oth...

As an important part of plasmon-enhanced spectroscopies, metal surface-enhanced fluorescence provides an effective approach for surface analysis and detection. Our group is interested in exploring how...

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