职  称:教授
研究方向:柔性电子器件与电路
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个人简历

汤庆鑫,教授,物理化学专业,理学博士,博士生导师,全国优秀博士学位论文、国家基金委优秀青年基金获得者。 自2007年开始从事有机单晶微纳材料与器件的研究工作,发现电子辐射对于有机材料的电性能损伤,并开发了多种有机单晶器件制备新方法,成功制备了国际上首个有机微纳单晶器件,于2010年开始从事基于有机材料的柔性电子器件和电路研究,致力于将现代电子产业中广泛使用的光刻技术引入到有机柔弹性材料中,推动了电子皮肤、人工智能、可穿戴电子领域的发展。提出了新型弹性光刻电极制备技术,在国际上首次报道三维可贴合有机单晶晶体管、可贴合有机单晶电路、液相可贴合有机单晶晶体管阵列、透明可贴合有机晶体管、制备了目前世界上性能最高的液相超薄超轻有机场效应器件,并且基于有机材料制备了国际上首个可拉伸人工突触、首个柔弹性可贴合有机突触晶体管,制备了首个柔性贴合人造器官损伤记忆系统,充分发挥了有机半导体材料在气体传感领域的特性,从应用角度解决了有机半导体室温响应/恢复慢的性能限制,开辟了有机半导体在智能电子皮肤中的全新应用前景。 多项研究成果已经以第一作者在Adv. Mater.(7篇) 、J. Am. Chem. Soc. (1篇)等国际顶级学术期刊上发表。相关技术已授权中国专利9项,美国专利2项,发表SCI研究论文60余篇,他人引用近1600余次。 2010年9月: 特聘教授,博士生导师,东北师范大学 2008年9月: 特聘教授,湖南大学 2007年12月-2010年8月: 博士后,丹麦哥本哈根大学 2007年7月-2008年8月: 助理研究员,中国科学院化学研究所 2004年9月-2007年7月: 博士,中国科学院化学研究所 2001年9月-2004年7月: 硕士,东北师范大学物理系 1997年9月-2001年7月: 本科,东北师范大学物理系

社会兼职

获奖情况

  • ☼ 2007年度  中国科学院研究生院优秀毕业生
    ☼ 2007年度  中国科学院院长特别奖 (20人/年)
    ☼ 2008 年度  中国科学院优秀博士学位论文 (50人/年)
    ☼ 2008 年度  北京市优秀博士学位论文 (50人/年)
    ☼ 2009年度  全国优秀博士学位论文
    ☼ 2010年度  教育部新世纪优秀人才
    ☼ 2011年度  吉林省百名高层次创新创业引进人才
    ☼ 2012年度  吉林省第三批拔尖创新人才第二层次
    ☼ 2013年度  基金委优秀青年科学基金
    ☼ 2014年度  吉林省长白山学者
    ☼ 2016年度  国家自然科学二等奖

教学信息

  • 物理前沿问题专题 
    大学物理实验

科研信息

  • 2019
    1. 	X. L. Zhao, H. B. Li, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, and Y. C. Liu, “A facile post-peeling modification approach of elastic dielectrics for high-performance conformal organic thin-film transistors”,  Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2019, 7, 3199-3205.
    2. 	H. T. Wang, M. H. Yang, Q. X. Tang*, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu*, “Flexible, Conformal Organic Synaptic Transistors on Elastomer for Biomedical Applications”, Advanced Functional Materials 2019, DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201901107.
    1. 	Z. Wei, Y. H. Tong,* P. F. Zhao, X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang,* Y. C. Liu, “Nature of vacuum-deposited electrode induced thermal irradiation damage on organic transistors”, Applied Surface Science 2019, 
    2. 	Z. Q. Song, Y. H. Tong,  X. L. Zhao, H. Ren, Q. X. Tang,* Y. C. Liu*, “A flexible conformable artificial organ-damage memory system towards hazardous gas leakage based on a single organic transistor”, Materials Horizons 2019, DOI: 10.1039/c8mh01577e.
    3. 	N. Cui, X. Y. Ding, Y. H. Tong, H. T. Wang, X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Photolithography-Compatible Flexible Electrodes Conformed onto an Organic Bulk Crystal for Fabrication of Large-Scale Organic Transistor Array”, IEEE Electron Device Letters 2019, 
    2018
    4. 	M. L. Liu, H. T. Wang, Q. X. Tang*, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu*, “Ultrathin Air-Stable N-Type Organic Phototransistor Array for Conformal Optoelectronics”, Scientific Reports 2018, 8, 16612.
    5. 	X. D. Yu, M. L. Liu, Y. H. Tong*, X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Conformable n-channel Organic Phototrasistors with Enhanced Photosensitivity and Broadened Response Range via Insertion of an Alq3 Layer”, IEEE Electron Device letters 2018, 39, 1604-1607.
    6. 	M. H. Yang, X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, N. Cui, Z. Q. Wang, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu*, “Stretchable and conformable synapse memristors for wearable and implantable electronics”, Nanoscale 2018, 10, 18135–18144.
    7. 	H. Ren, N. Cui, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, X. L. Zhao, Y. C. Liu*, “High-Performance, Ultrathin, Ultraflexible Organic Thin-Film Transistor Array Via Solution Process”, Small 2018, 14, 1801020.
    8. 	S. J. Zhou, Q. X. Tang*, H. K Tian, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, S. Barlow, S. R. Marder, and Y. C. Liu*, “Direct Effect of Dielectric Surface Energy on Carrier Transport in Organic Field-Effect Transistors”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2018, 10, 15943-15951.
    9. 	P. F. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu*, “Highly stable and flexible transparent conductive polymer electrode patterns for large-scale organic transistors”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2018, 520, 58-63.
    10. 	H. T. Wang, Y. H. Tong*, X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, and Y. C. Liu, “Flexible, high-sensitive, and wearable strain sensor based on organic crystal for human motion detection”, Organic Electronics 2018, 61, 304-311.
    11. 	M. L. Liu, H. T. Wang, Y. H. Tong*, X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, and Y. C. Liu,” Ultra-thin free-substrate n-type PTCDI-C13 transistors with bilayer polymer dielectrics”, IEEE Electron Device letters 2018, 39(8), 1183-1186. 
    12. 	Y. Y. Zhou, H. T. Wang, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, X. L. Zhao, and Y. C. Liu, “Solution-Processed Single-Crystal Array for High-Performance Conformable Transistors”, IEEE Electron Device letters 2018, 39, 595-598.
    13. 	M. J. Li, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, X. L. Zhao, S. J. Zhou, Y. C. Liu*, “Effect of electrode design on crosstalk between neighboring organic field-effect transistors based on one single crystal”, Applied Physics Express 2018, 11, 036502.
    14. 	H. T. Wang, Q. X. Tang*, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu*, “Ultrasensitive Flexible Proximity Sensor Based on Organic Crystal for Location Detection”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2018, 10, 2785−2792.
    15. 	N. Cui, H. Ren, Q. X. Tang*, X. L.  Zhao, Y. H. Tong, W. P. Hu*, Y. C. Liu, “Fully transparent conformal organic thin-film transistor array and its application as LED front driving”, Nanoscale 2018, 10, 3613-3620.
    16. 	K. P. Tang, Z. Q. Song, Q. X. Tang*, H. K. Tian, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu, “Effect of the Deformation State on the Response of a Flexible H2S Sensor Based on a Ph5T2 Single-crystal Transistor”, IEEE Electron Device Letters 2018, 39, 119.
    2017
    17. 	H. Ren, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong and Y. C. Liu, “320-nm Flexible Solution-Processed 2,7-dioctyl[1] benzothieno[3,2-b]benzothiophene Transistors”, Materials 2017, 10(8), 918.
    18. 	S. J. Zhou, M. X. Li, Q. X. Tang*, Z. Q. Song, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu, “Deposition of pentacene thin film on polydimethylsiloxane elastic dielectric layer for flexible thin-film transistors”, IEEE Electron Device Letters 2017, 38, 1031.
    19. 	Z. Q. Song, G. M. Liu, Q. X. Tang*, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu, “Controllable gas selectivity at room temperature based on Ph5T2-modified CuPc nanowire field-effect transistors”, Organic Electronics 2017, 48, 68.
    20. 	Z. Q. Song, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu, “High-Response Identifiable Gas Sensor Based on a Gas-Dielectric ZnPc Nanobelt FET”, IEEE Electron Device Letters 2017, 38, 1586.
    21. 	H. T. Wang, L. L. Deng, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H.Tong, Y. C. Liu, “Flexible Organic Single-Crystal Field-Effect Transistor for Ultra-Sensitivity Strain Sensing”, IEEE Electron Device Letters 2017, 38, 1598.
    22. 	X. L. Zhao, B. Zhang, Q. X. Tang*, X. Y. Ding, S. Y. Wang, Y. Y. Zhou, Y. H. Tong, and Y. C. Liu*, “Conformal transistor arrays based on solution-processed organic crystals”, Scientific Reports 2017, 7, 15367.
    23. 	X. L. Zhao, X. Y. Ding, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu, "Photolithography-compatible conformal electrodes for high-performance bottom-contact organic single-crystal transistors", Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2017, 5, 12699-12706.
    2016
    24. 	Z. Y. Zhao, H. T. Liu, Y. Zhao, C. Cheng, J. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, G. Y. Zhang, Y. Q. Liu*, “Anisotropic Charge-Carrier Transport in High-Mobility Donor-Acceptor Conjugated Polymer Semiconductor Films”, Chem. Asian J. 2016, 11, 2725 – 2729
    25. 	B. Cai, Z. Q. Song, Y. H. Tong, Q. X. Tang*, T. Shaymurat, Y. C. Liu, “A Single Nanobelt Transistor for Gas Identification: Using a Gas-Dielectric Strategy”, Sensors 2016, 16, 917.
    26. 	L. Zheng, Q. X. Tang*, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu, “Organic Single-Crystal Transistors and Circuits on Ultra-Fine Au Wires With Diameters as Small as 15 μm via Jigsaw Puzzle Method”, IEEE Electron Device Letters 2016, 37, 774-777.
    27. 	H. Gou, G. R. Wang, Y. H. Tong, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Electronic and optoelectronic properties of zinc phthalocyanine single-crystal nanobelt transistors”, Organic Electronics 2016, 30,158-164.
    28. 	N. Cui, Y. H. Tong, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu*, “Transport in organic single-crystal microbelt for conformal electronics”, Applied Physics Letters 2016, 108, 103502.
    29. 	X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong, Q. X. Tang*, H. K. Tian*, Y. C. Liu, “Highly sensitive H2S sensors based on ultrathin organic single-crystal microplate transistors”, Organic Electronics 2016, 32, 94.
    30. 	L. L. Deng, Y. H. Tong, G. R. Wang, X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Organic Single-Crystal Nanowire Transistor Fabricated by Glass Fiber Mask Method”, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 2016, 63, 787.
    31. 	M. M. Zhang, Y. H. Tong*, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Plasma treatment introduced memory properties in MoS2 field-effect transistors”, Applied Physics Express 2016, 9, 014202.
    32. 	P. Zhang, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, X. L. Zhao, G. R. Wang, Y. C. Liu*, “Brush-controlled oriented growth of TCNQ microwire arrays for field-effect transistors”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2016, 4, 433-439. Back cover paper.
    2015
    33. 	X. L. Zhao , Y. H. Tong , Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu*, “Wafer-Scale Coplanar Electrodes for 3D Conformal Organic Single-Crystal Circuits”, Advanced Electronic Materials 2015, 1, 1500239. Cover paper.
    34. 	X. Chen, Y. H. Tong, G. R. Wang, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Gate-modulated transport properties and mechanism for nanowire cross junction based on SnO2 semiconductor”, Applied Physics Letters 2015, 107,233503.
    35. 	G. R. Wang, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong*, W. P. Hu*, Y. C. Liu*, “Individual single-crystal nanowires as electrodes for organic single-crystal nanodevices”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2015, 3, 9534. Cover paper.
    36. 	X. L. Zhao, Q. X. Tang*, H. K. Tian*, Y. H. Tong*, Y. C. Liu, “Highly photosensitive thienoacene single crystal microplate transistors via optimized dielectric”, Organic Electronics 2015, 16, 171.
    37. 	G. R. Xue, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, Y. C. Liu, “Size-controlled ambipolar graphene nanoribbon transistors by an all-dry mask method”, Synthetic Metals 2015, 205, 6.
    2014
    38. 	Y. liu, Y. J. Han, X. L. Zhao, Y. H. Tong*, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Single-crystal tetrathiafulvalene microwire arrays formed by drop-casting method in the saturated solvent atmosphere”, Synthetic Metals 2014,198, 248.
    39. 	Y. Liu, X. L. Zhao, B. Cai, T. F. Pei, Y. H. Tong*, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Controllable Fabrication of Oriented Micro/Nanowire Arrays of Dibenzo-tetrathiafulvalene by Multiple Drop-Casting Method”, Nanoscale 2014, 6, 1323.
    40. 	B. Cai, X. L. Zhao, T. F. Pei, E. Toninelli, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong*, Y. C. Liu, “Conductive SnO2:Sb Nanobelts as Electrodes for Detection of NO2 in ppb Level with Ultrahigh Sensitivity” , Applied Physics Letters 2014, 104, 073112.
    41. 	Q. B. Min, X. L. Zhao, B. Cai, Y. Liu, Q. X. Tang,* Y. H. Tong,* W. P. Hu, Y. C. Liu, “An ordered array based on vapor-processed phthalocyanine nanoribbons”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2014, 2, 5667.
    42. 	X. L. Zhao, T. F. Pei, B. Cai, S. J. Zhou, Q. X. Tang,* Y. H. Tong,* H. K. Tian,* Y. H. Geng, Y. C. Liu, “High ON/OFF ratio single crystal transistors based on ultrathin thienoacene microplates”, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2014, 2, 5382.
    43. 	X. L. Zhao, B. Cai, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong*, Y. C. Liu*, “One-Dimensional Nanostructure Field-Effect Sensors for Gas Detection”, Sensor 2014, 14, 13999.
    2013
    44. 	T, Shaymurat, Q. X. Tang*, Y. H. Tong, L. Dong, Y. C. Liu*, “Gas Dielectric Transistor of CuPc Single Crystalline Nanowire for SO2 Detection Down to Sub-ppm Levels at Room Temperature”, Advanced Materials 2013, 25, 2269. Cover paper.
    2012
    45. 	X. L. Zhao, T. Shaymurat, T. f. Pei, L. Bai, B. Cai, Y. h. Tong*, Q. X. Tang*, Y. C. Liu, “Low-temperature, catalyst-free vaporesolid growth of ultralong ZnO nanowires”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2012, 136, 4554.
    2011
    46. 	Z. Y. Liao, Q. Wan, H. X. Liu, Q. X. Tang*, “Realization of size controllable graphene micro/nanogap with a micro/nanowire mask method for organic field-effect transistors”, Applied Physics Letters 2011, 99, 103301.
    47. 	Q. X. Tang, Y. H. Tong, Y. M. Zheng, Y. D. He, Y. J. Zhang, H. L. Dong, W. P. Hu*,  T. Hassenkam, T. Bjønholm*, “Organic Nanowire Crystals Combine Excellent Device Performance and Mechanical Flexibility”, Small 2011, 7,189.
    48. 	H. X. Liu, J. Sun, J. Jiang, Q. X. Tang, Q. Wan*, “Ultralow-Voltage Transparent In2O3 Nanowire Electric-Double-Layer Transistors”, IEEE Electron Device Letters 2011, 32,315.
    2010
    49. 	Y. H. Tong, Q. X. Tang, H. T. Lemke, K. Moth-Poulsen, F. Westerlund, P. Hammershoj, K. Bechgaard, W. P. Hu, T. Bjornholm*, “Solution-Based Fabrication of Single-Crystalline Arrays of Organic Nanowires”, Langmuir  2010, 26, 1130.
    50. 	Y. J. Zhang, H. L. Dong, Q. X. Tang, S. Ferdous, F. Liu, S. C. B. Mannsfeld, W. P. Hu*, A. L. Briseno*, “Organic Single-Crystalline p-n Junction Nanoribbons”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2010, 132, 11580.
    51. 	L. Jiang, J. H. Gao, Y. Y. Fu, H. L. Dong, H. P. Zhao, H. X. Li, Q. X. Tang, K. Q. Chen, W. P. Hu*, “Tuning intermolecular non-covalent interactions for nanowires of organic semiconductors”, Nanoscale 2010, 2, 2652.
    52. 	Y. J. Zhang, H. L. Dong, Q. X. Tang, Y. D. He, W. P. Hu*, “Mobility dependence on the conducting channel dimension of organic field-effect transistors based on single-crystalline nanoribbons”, Journal of  Materials Chemistry 2010, 20, 7029.
    53. 	H. X. Liu, J. Sun, Q. X. Tang, Q. Wan*, “Ultra low-Voltage Electric Double-Layer SnO2 Nanowire Transistors Gated by Microporous SiO2-Based Solid Electrolyte”, Journal Of Physical Chemistry C 2010, 114, 12316.
    2009
    54. 	Q. X. Tang, Y. H. Tong, W. P. Hu*, Q. Wan, T. Bjørnholm*, “Assembly of nanoscale organic single-crystal cross-wire circuits”, Advanced Materials. 2009, 21, 4234. Cover paper.
    55. 	Q. X. Tang, Y. H. Tong, T. Jain, T. Hassenkam, Q. Wan, K. Moth-Poulsen, T. Bjornholm*, “Self-assembled nanogaps for molecular electronics”, Nanotechnology 2009, 20, 245205, Reported as news on website: http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/lab/39571 
    56. 	Y. J. Zhang, Q. X. Tang*, H. X. Li, W. P. Hu*, “Hybrid bipolar transistors and inverters of nanoribbon crystals”, Applied Physics Letters 2009, 94, 203304.
    57. 	X. L. Duan, Q. X. Tang, J. Qiu, Y. H. Niu, Z. G. Wang*, W. P. Hu* “Polymer Reptation for Molecular Assembly of Copper Phthalocyanine”, Applied Physics Letters 2009, 95, 113301.
    58. 	J. Sun, Q. X. Tang, A. X. Lu AX, X. J. Jiang, Q. Wan*, “Individual SnO2 nanowire transistors fabricated by the gold microwire mask method”, Nanotechnology 2009, 20, 255202.
    59. 	R. J. Li, L. Jiang, Q. Meng, J. H. Gao, H. X. Li, Q. X. Tang, M. He, W. P. Hu*, Y. Q. Liu, D. B. Zhu, “Micrometer Sized Organic Single Crystals, Anisotropic Transport and Field-effect Transistors of a Fused-ring Thienoacene”, Advanced Materials 2009, 21, 4492.
    60. 	R. J. Li, H. X. Li, Y. B. Song, Q. X. Tang,Y. L. Liu, W. Xu*, W. P. Hu*, D. B. Zhu, “Micrometer- and nanometer-sized, single-crystalline ribbons of a cyclic triphenylamine dimer and their application in organic transistors”, Advanced Materials 2009, 21, 1605.
    61. 	L. Q. Li, Y. J. Zhang, H. X. Li, Q. X. Tang, L. Jiang, L. F. Ch*, H. Fuchs, W. P. Hu*, “Battery Drivable Organic Single Crystalline Transistors Based on Surface-Grafting Ultra-Thin Polymer Dielectric”, Advanced Function Materials 2009, 19, 2987.
    62. 	C. L. Wang, Y. L. Liu, Z. Y. Ji, E. J. Wang, R. J. Li, H. Jiang, Q. X. Tang, H. X. Li*,  W. P. Hu*, “Cruciforms: Assembling Single Crystal Micro- and Nanostructures from One to Three-Dimension and Their Applications in Organic Field-Effect Transistors”, Chemistry of Materials 2009, 21, 2840.
    2008
    63. 	Q. X. Tang, Y. H. Tong, H. X. Li*, Z. Y. Ji, L. Q. Li, W. P. Hu*, Y. Q. Liu, D. B. Zhu, “High performance air stable ambipolar field-effect transistors of organic single crystalline ribbons with air-gap dielectric”, Advanced Materials 2008, 20, 1511. 
    64. 	Q. X. Tang, L. Jiang, Y. H. Tong, H. X. Li*, Y. L. Liu, Z. H. Wang, W.  P. Hu*, Y. Q. Liu, D. B. Zhu, “Micrometer- and nanometer sized organic single crystalline transistors”, Advanced Materials 2008, 20, 2947. Reported by Nanoscale Research Letters and Chinese Science Bulletin
    65. 	Q. X. Tang, Y. H. Tong, H. X. Li, W. P. Hu*, “Air/vacuum dielectric organic single crystalline transistors of copper-hexadecafluorophthalocyanine ribbons”, Applied Physics Letters 2008, 92, 083309. 
    66. 	H. X. Ji, J. S. Hu, L. J. Wan*, Q. X. Tang, W. P. Hu*, “Controllable crystalline structure of fullerene nanorods and transport properties of an individual nanorod”, Journal of  Materials Chemistry 2008, 18, 328.
    67. 	L. Q. Li, Q. X. Tang, H. X. Li, W. P. Hu, X. O. Yang, Z.Shuai, Y. Q. Liu, D. B.Zhu  “ Organic thin-film transistors of phthalocyanines”, Pure and Applied Chemistry  2008, 80, 2231.
    68. 	L. Q. Li, Q. X. Tang, H. X. Li*, W. P. Hu* “Molecular orientation and interface compatibility for high performance organic thin film transistor based on vanadyl phthalocyanine”, Journal of Physical  Chemistry B 2008, 112, 10405.
    69. 	Y. B. Guo, Q. X. Tang, H. B. Liu, Y. J. Zhang, Y. L. Li*, W. P. Hu, S. Wang, D. B. Zhu, “Light-controlled organic/inorganic P-N junction nanowires”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2008, 130, 9198.
    2007
    70. 	Q. X. Tang, L. Q. Li, Y. B. Song, Y. L. Liu, H. X. Li*, W. Xu, Y. Q. Liu, W. P. Hu*, D. B. Zhu*, “Photo switches and phototransistors of organic single crystalline sub-micro/nanometer ribbons”, Advanced Materials 2007, 19, 2624.
    71. 	L. Q. Li, Q. X. Tang, H. X. Li, X. D. Yang, W. P. Hu, Y. B. Song, Z. G. Shu*, W. Xu, Y. Q. Liu*, D. B. Zhu*, “An ultra closely p-stacked organic semiconductor for high performance field-effect transistors”, Advanced Materials 2007, 19, 2613.
    72. 	H. X. Ji, J. S. Hu, Q. X. Tang, W. G. Song, C. R. Wang, W. P. Hu, L. J. Wan*, S. T. Lee*, “Controllable preparation of submicrometer single-crystal C-60 rods and tubes trough concentration depletion at the surfaces of seeds”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2007, 111, 10498.
    73. 	Y. L. Liu, H. X. Li, Z. Y. Ji, Y. Kashimura, Q. X. Tang, W. P. Hu, K. Furukawa, K. Torimitsu, W. P. Hu*, D. B. Zhu, “A new morphology of copper 7,7,8,8-tetracyano-p-quinodimethane”, Micron 2007, 38, 536.
    2006
    74. 	Q. X. Tang, H. X. Li, M. He, W. P. Hu*, C. M. Liu, K. Q. Chen, C. Wang, Y. Q. Liu, D. B. Zhu*, “Low threshold voltage transistors based on individual single-crystalline submicrometer-sized ribbons of copper phthalocyanine”, Advanced Materials 2006, 18, 65.
    75. 	Q. X. Tang, H. X. Li, Y. B. Song, W. Xu, W. P. Hu*, L. Jiang, Y. Q. Liu, X. K. Wang, D. B. Zhu*, “In-situ patterning organic single crystalline nanoribbons on SiO2 surface for various architectures and high quality transistors”, Advanced Materials 2006, 18, 3010. Reported by Frost & Sullivan Company (www.frost.com)
    76. 	Q. X. Tang, H. X. Li, Y. L. Liu, W. P. Hu*, “High performance air stable n-type transistors with asymmetrical device configuration based on organic single crystalline sub-micro/nanometer ribbons”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2006, 128, 14634.
    77. 	Q. X. Tang, R. J. Li, H. F. Wang, H. X. Li, W. P. Hu*, “Organic transistors of small molecular weight materials”, Progress in Chemistry (in Chinese), 2006, 18, 1538.
    78. 	H. X. Ji, J. S. Hu, Q. X. Tang, W. P. Hu, W. G. Song, L. J. Wan*, “Bis(ethylenedithio)-tetrathiafulvalene charge-transfer salt nanotube arrays”, Advanced Materials 2006, 18, 2753.
    79. 	Y. L. Liu, H. X. Li, D. Tu, Z. Y. Ji,, C. S. Wang, Q. X. Tang,  W. P. Hu, Y. Q. Liu, D. B. Zhu*, “Controlling the growth of single crystalline nanoribbons of copper tetracyanoquinodimethane for the fabrication of devices and device arrays”, Journal of America Chemical Society 2006, 128, 12917. 
    2005
    80. 	Q. X. Tang, W. P. Hu, “An all organic field-effect transistor based on ordered film of copper phthalocyanine”, Proc. SPIE 2005, 5940,594017.
    81. 	Y. L. Liu, Z. Y. Ji, Q. X. Tang, L. Jiang, H. X. Li*, M. He, W. P. Hu*, D. Q. Zhang, L. Jiang, X. K. Wang, C. Wang, Y. Q. Liu, D. B. Zhu*, “Particle-size control and patterning of a charge-transfer complex for nanoelectronics”, Advanced Materials 2005, 17, 2953.
    82. 	Y. H. Tong, Q. X. Tang, Y. C. Liu, et al. “Structure and photoluminescence of Mn-passivated nanocrystalline ZnO:S thin film”, Physica B: Physics of Condensed Matter 2005, 367, 223.
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