Andrey Turchanin
Andrey Turchanin
Professor of Physical Chemistry, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
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Three-dimensional nitrogen and boron co-doped graphene for high-performance all-solid-state supercapacitors
ZS Wu, A Winter, L Chen, Y Sun, A Turchanin, X Feng, K Müllen
Advanced Materials 24 (37), 2012
Nitrogen-doped graphene and its iron-based composite as efficient electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction
K Parvez, S Yang, Y Hernandez, A Winter, A Turchanin, X Feng, ...
ACS nano 6 (11), 9541-9550, 2012
Production and processing of graphene and related materials
C Backes, AM Abdelkader, C Alonso, A Andrieux-Ledier, R Arenal, ...
2D Materials 7 (2), 022001, 2020
Layer-by-layer assembled heteroatom-doped graphene films with ultrahigh volumetric capacitance and rate capability for micro-supercapacitors
ZS Wu, K Parvez, A Winter, H Vieker, XJ Liu, S Han, A Turchanin, X Feng, ...
Advanced Materials 26 (26), 4552-4558, 2014
One nanometer thin carbon nanosheets with tunable conductivity and stiffness
A Turchanin, A Beyer, C Nottbohm, X Zhang, R Stosch, A Sologubenko, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1105.5791, 2011
A universal scheme to convert aromatic molecular monolayers into functional carbon nanomembranes
P Angelova, H Vieker, NE Weber, D Matei, O Reimer, I Meier, S Kurasch, ...
ACS nano 7 (8), 6489-6497, 2013
Carbon nanomembranes
A Turchanin, A Gölzhäuser
Advanced Materials 28 (29), 6075-6103, 2016
Molecular mechanisms of electron-induced cross-linking in aromatic SAMs
A Turchanin, D Käfer, M El-Desawy, C Wöll, G Witte, A Gölzhäuser
Langmuir 25 (13), 7342-7352, 2009
Carbon nanomembranes from self-assembled monolayers: Functional surfaces without bulk
A Turchanin, A Gölzhäuser
Progress in Surface Science 87 (5-8), 108-162, 2012
On the Release of Hydrogen from the S− H groups in the Formation of Self-Assembled Monolayers of Thiols
L Kankate, A Turchanin, A Gölzhäuser
Langmuir 25 (18), 10435-10438, 2009
Conversion of self-assembled monolayers into nanocrystalline graphene: structure and electric transport
A Turchanin, D Weber, M Büenfeld, C Kisielowski, MV Fistul, KB Efetov, ...
ACS nano 5 (5), 3896-3904, 2011
Water‐soluble polymeric carbon nitride colloidal nanoparticles for highly selective quasi‐homogeneous photocatalysis
I Krivtsov, D Mitoraj, C Adler, M Ilkaeva, M Sardo, L Mafra, C Neumann, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 59 (1), 487-495, 2020
Molecular self‐assembly, chemical lithography, and biochemical tweezers: a path for the fabrication of functional nanometer‐scale protein arrays
A Turchanin, A Tinazli, M El‐Desawy, H Großmann, M Schnietz, HH Solak, ...
Advanced Materials 20 (3), 471-477, 2008
Extreme ultraviolet interference lithography at the Paul Scherrer Institut
V Auzelyte, C Dais, P Farquet, D Grützmacher, LJ Heyderman, F Luo, ...
Journal of Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS and MOEMS 8 (2), 021204-021204-10, 2009
Fabrication of Molecular Nanotemplates in Self‐Assembled Monolayers by Extreme‐Ultraviolet‐Induced Chemical Lithography
A Turchanin, M Schnietz, M El‐Desawy, HH Solak, C David, A Gölzhäuser
Small 3 (12), 2114-2119, 2007
Dry-cleaning of graphene
G Algara-Siller, O Lehtinen, A Turchanin, U Kaiser
Applied physics letters 104 (15), 2014
Janus nanomembranes: a generic platform for chemistry in two dimensions
Z Zheng, CT Nottbohm, A Turchanin, H Muzik, A Beyer, M Heilemann, ...
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 49 (45), 8493-8497, 2010
Tailoring Photoluminescence from MoS2 Monolayers by Mie-Resonant Metasurfaces
T Bucher, A Vaskin, R Mupparapu, FJF Löchner, A George, KE Chong, ...
ACS Photonics 6 (4), 1002-1009, 2019
Controlling interlayer excitons in MoS2 layers grown by chemical vapor deposition
I Paradisanos, S Shree, A George, N Leisgang, C Robert, K Watanabe, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2391, 2020
Confined growth of porous nitrogen-doped cobalt oxide nanoarrays as bifunctional oxygen electrocatalysts for rechargeable zinc–air batteries
X Wang, Z Liao, Y Fu, C Neumann, A Turchanin, G Nam, E Zschech, ...
Energy Storage Materials 26, 157-164, 2020
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