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Lin Ju (鞠林)
Lin Ju (鞠林)
Associate Professor of Physics, Anyang normal University
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Tunable Photocatalytic Water Splitting by the Ferroelectric Switch in a 2D AgBiP2Se6 Monolayer
L Ju, J Shang, X Tang, L Kou
Journal of the American Chemical Society 142 (3), 1492-1500, 2019
1432019
Janus WSSe monolayer: an excellent photocatalyst for overall water splitting
L Ju, M Bie, X Tang, J Shang, L Kou
ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 (26), 29335-29343, 2020
1142020
CO2 gas sensors based on La1− xSrxFeO3 nanocrystalline powders
K Fan, H Qin, L Wang, L Ju, J Hu
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 177, 265-269, 2013
1142013
DFT investigation on two-dimensional GeS/WS2 van der Waals heterostructure for direct Z-scheme photocatalytic overall water splitting
L Ju, Y Dai, W Wei, M Li, B Huang
Applied Surface Science 434, 365-374, 2018
1022018
Microstructure and enhanced dielectric response in Mg doped CaCu3Ti4O12 ceramics
L Sun, R Zhang, Z Wang, E Cao, Y Zhang, L Ju
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 663, 345-350, 2016
642016
Novel titanium nitride halide TiNX (X= F, Cl, Br) monolayers: potential materials for highly efficient excitonic solar cells
Y Liang, Y Dai, Y Ma, L Ju, W Wei, B Huang
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 6 (5), 2073-2080, 2018
612018
Janus transition metal dichalcogenides: a superior platform for photocatalytic water splitting
L Ju, M Bie, J Shang, X Tang, L Kou
Journal of Physics: Materials 3 (2), 022004, 2020
562020
Structural, dielectric and magnetic properties of NiFe2O4 prepared via sol–gel auto-combustion method
L Sun, R Zhang, Z Wang, L Ju, E Cao, Y Zhang
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 421, 65-70, 2017
532017
Controllable CO2 electrocatalytic reduction via ferroelectric switching on single atom anchored In2Se3 monolayer
L Ju, X Tan, X Mao, Y Gu, S Smith, A Du, Z Chen, C Chen, L Kou
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-10, 2021
492021
Sol–gel synthesized pure CaCu3Ti4O12 with very low dielectric loss and high dielectric constant
L Sun, Z Wang, Y Shi, E Cao, Y Zhang, H Peng, L Ju
Ceramics International 41 (10), 13486-13492, 2015
482015
Microstructure, dielectric properties and impedance spectroscopy of Ni doped CaCu 3 Ti 4 O 12 ceramics
L Sun, R Zhang, Z Wang, E Cao, Y Zhang, L Ju
RSC advances 6 (61), 55984-55989, 2016
472016
Room-temperature magnetoelectric coupling in nanocrystalline Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3
L Ju, C Shi, L Sun, Y Zhang, H Qin, J Hu
Journal of Applied Physics 116 (8), 083909, 2014
462014
Magnetic properties of transition metal doped AlN nanosheet: First-principle studies
C Shi, H Qin, Y Zhang, J Hu, L Ju
Journal of Applied Physics 115 (5), 053907, 2014
432014
Dielectric properties and nonlinear I–V electrical behavior of (Li1+, Al3+) co-doped CaCu3Ti4O12 ceramics
L Sun, Q Ni, J Guo, E Cao, W Hao, Y Zhang, L Ju
Applied Physics A 124 (6), 1-9, 2018
342018
A review on optoelectronic device applications of 2D transition metal carbides and nitrides
X Zhang, J Shao, C Yan, R Qin, Z Lu, H Geng, T Xu, L Ju
Materials & Design 200, 109452, 2021
332021
Potential of one-dimensional blue phosphorene nanotubes as a water splitting photocatalyst
L Ju, Y Dai, W Wei, Y Liang, B Huang
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 6 (42), 21087-21097, 2018
312018
One-dimensional cadmium sulphide nanotubes for photocatalytic water splitting
L Ju, Y Dai, W Wei, M Li, Y Liang, B Huang
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (3), 1904-1913, 2018
282018
An innovative Au-CdS/ZnS-RGO architecture for efficient photocatalytic hydrogen evolution
S Kai, B Xi, X Liu, L Ju, P Wang, Z Feng, X Ma, S Xiong
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 6 (7), 2895-2899, 2018
282018
Two-dimensional Janus van der Waals heterojunctions: A review of recent research progresses
L Ju, M Bie, X Zhang, X Chen, L Kou
Frontiers of Physics 16 (1), 1-16, 2021
232021
Magnetic and dielectric properties of MgxCo1-xFe2O4 ferrites prepared by the sol-gel method
L Sun, R Zhang, Q Ni, E Cao, W Hao, Y Zhang, L Ju
Physica B: Condensed Matter 545, 4-11, 2018
232018
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