2 article(s) from Shrestha, Lok Kumar
Various low-dimensional materials (zero-dimensional, one-dimensional, and two-dimensional materials...
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Outline of nanoarchitectonics strategies to obtain structures and functions through the manipulatio...
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Systematic studies on binding constants for phosphate and guanidinium in different aqueous environm...
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A model for calculations of the binding constant between guanidinium and phosphate at the air–water...
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Formation of two-dimensional patterned structures using flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD), which ca...
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Formation of two-dimensional arrays of nanodisk-like assemblies via touching transfer of a monolaye...
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Difference of one-dimensional assemblies of an oligo(p-phenylenevinylene) derivative formed in diff...
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Formation of one-dimensional supramolecular polymerization of DNA origami pieces upon repeated mech...
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Formation of a two-dimensional iron–nickel cyanide-bridged network at the air–water interface throu...
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Fabrication of a multilayer of oriented porphyrin-based MOF films by repeatingly transferring and w...
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Electrochromic bis(terpyridine)metal complex MOF nanosheets formed through coordination of terpyrid...
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Aqueous solutions of multi-amino-substituted monomers with p-toluene sulfonic acid were layered on ...
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Confined polymerization at the interface by spatially segregating a catalyst from the COF monomers....
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Fabrication of two-dimensional nanocarbon films from a carbon nanoring molecule (9,9′,10,10′-tetrab...
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Liquid–liquid interfacial precipitation to fabricate fullerene assemblies (crystals) with various m...
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Conversion of one-dimensional C60 nanotubes precipitated at liquid-liquid interface to one-dimensio...
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Nanoporous bitter-melon-shaped C60 crystals with face-centered cubic lattice fabricated through liq...
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Two-dimensional C60 hexagonal nanosheets with hierarchic pore systems of macropores and mesopores p...
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Synthesis of two-dimensional mesoporous C60-based carbon microbelts by liquid–liquid interfacial pr...
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Highly integrated three-dimensional Bucky cubes synthesized by liquid–liquid interfacial precipitat...
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Three-dimensional cubic structures can be fabricated from C70 molecules through an ultrasound-assis...
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Hole-in-cube structures made from C70 molecules with hole closing and re-opening and particle-trap ...
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Time-dependent shape shift of co-assemblies of two fullerene derivatives, pentakis(phenyl)fullerene...
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A monolayer of glucose oxidase complexed with a cationic lipid was transferred onto a surface of an...
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Cultures, organizations, and differentiation controls of living cells a liquid-liquid interface bet...
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Human mesenchymal stem cells at the interface between aqueous medium and fluorocarbon phase with se...
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One-dimensional C60 nanowhiskers with controlled alignment and curvature fabricated by a vortex LB ...
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Highly aligned arrays of C60 nanowhiskers obtained by using a LB method with reciprocal motion in o...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2019, 10, 1559–1587, doi:10.3762/bjnano.10.153
a) Raman spectra of MLG (ca. 10 layers, lower) and FLG (1–6 layers, upper) – both at 514 nm. b) Hel...
a) and b) AFM detail and profile of a multi-layer graphene (MLG) flake, ca. 10 graphene layers, c) ...
a) GI composite after strength testing made from FLG-polymer A, b) GI composite after strength test...
Change in mean compressive fracture strength with increasing graphene concentration.
Change in mean compressive modulus with increasing graphene concentration.
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 801–808, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.73
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