Teng Zhang
Teng Zhang
Schrödinger, University of Notre Dame, University of Science and Technology of China
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Functionalized graphene enables highly efficient solar thermal steam generation
J Yang, Y Pang, W Huang, SK Shaw, J Schiffbauer, MA Pillers, X Mu, ...
Acs Nano 11 (6), 5510-5518, 2017
Thermal transport in graphene oxide–from ballistic extreme to amorphous limit
X Mu, X Wu, T Zhang, DB Go, T Luo
Scientific reports 4, 3909, 2014
Polymer nanofibers with outstanding thermal conductivity and thermal stability: Fundamental linkage between molecular characteristics and macroscopic thermal properties
T Zhang, X Wu, T Luo
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (36), 21148-21159, 2014
Hydrogenation of penta-graphene leads to unexpected large improvement in thermal conductivity
X Wu, V Varshney, J Lee, T Zhang, JL Wohlwend, AK Roy, T Luo
Nano letters 16 (6), 3925-3935, 2016
Role of chain morphology and stiffness in thermal conductivity of amorphous polymers
T Zhang, T Luo
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (4), 803-812, 2016
Molecular Bridge Enables Anomalous Enhancement in Thermal Transport across Hard‐Soft Material Interfaces
F Sun, T Zhang, MM Jobbins, Z Guo, X Zhang, Z Zheng, D Tang, ...
Advanced Materials 26 (35), 6093-6099, 2014
Morphology-influenced thermal conductivity of polyethylene single chains and crystalline fibers
T Zhang, T Luo
Journal of Applied Physics 112 (9), 094304, 2012
High-contrast, reversible thermal conductivity regulation utilizing the phase transition of polyethylene nanofibers
T Zhang, T Luo
ACS nano 7 (9), 7592-7600, 2013
Giant thermal rectification from polyethylene nanofiber thermal diodes
T Zhang, T Luo
Small 11 (36), 4657-4665, 2015
Coherent and incoherent phonon thermal transport in isotopically modified graphene superlattices
X Mu, T Zhang, DB Go, T Luo
Carbon 83, 208-216, 2015
Role of hydrogen bonds in thermal transport across hard/soft material interfaces
T Zhang, AR Gans-Forrest, E Lee, X Zhang, C Qu, Y Pang, F Sun, T Luo
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (48), 33326-33334, 2016
Crystalline polymer nanofibers with ultra-high strength and thermal conductivity
R Shrestha, P Li, B Chatterjee, T Zhang, X Wu, Z Liu, T Luo, S Choi, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1664, 2018
Chain conformation-dependent thermal conductivity of amorphous polymer blends: the impact of inter-and intra-chain interactions
X Wei, T Zhang, T Luo
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (47), 32146-32154, 2016
Thermal energy transport across hard–soft interfaces
X Wei, T Zhang, T Luo
ACS Energy Letters 2 (10), 2283-2292, 2017
Nanostructures significantly enhance thermal transport across solid interfaces
E Lee, T Zhang, T Yoo, Z Guo, T Luo
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (51), 35505-35512, 2016
Thermal boundary conductance enhancement using experimentally achievable nanostructured interfaces–analytical study combined with molecular dynamics simulation
E Lee, T Zhang, M Hu, T Luo
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (25), 16794-16801, 2016
Determining influential descriptors for polymer chain conformation based on empirical force-fields and molecular dynamics simulations
R Ma, D Huang, T Zhang, T Luo
Chemical Physics Letters 704, 49-54, 2018
Molecular Fin Effect from Heterogeneous Self-Assembled Monolayer Enhances Thermal Conductance across Hard–Soft Interfaces
X Wei, T Zhang, T Luo
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (39), 33740-33748, 2017
Role of Molecular Polarity in Thermal Transport of Boron Nitride–Organic Molecule Composites
R Ma, X Wan, T Zhang, N Yang, T Luo
ACS omega 3 (10), 12530-12534, 2018
Origin of Hydrophilic Surface Functionalization-Induced Thermal Conductance Enhancement across Solid–Water Interfaces
D Huang, R Ma, T Zhang, T Luo
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (33), 28159-28165, 2018
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