• Liquid Metals: Properties, Mechanisms, and Applications
    412 Pages, 9 chapters
    Wiley-VCH Press, written by Lei Fu, Mengqi Zeng, published in 2022

    Liquid metals can flow freely like water at relatively low temperatures, thus changing the perception of metals as solid. Taking gallium (Ga) as an example, hold it in your hand for a while and, interestingly, it melts and turns into a silvery drop that rolls around in your hand. More interestingly, it can be encapsulated in carbon tubes to form the smallest thermometer in the world. This kind of fascinating materials bring people into a new world. Nowadays, liquid metals are emerging as a new cutting-edge material in the frontiers of science and technology and nurturing a revolution in both fundamental discovery and unconventional applications.

  • Synchrotron Radiation: From Discovery to Scientific Applications
    254 Pages, 6 chapters
    Science Press, written by Lei Fu, Mengqi Zeng, Jianhua He, published in 2022

    The main contents include synchrotron radiation generation, properties, experimental methods, application examples and development trends at home and abroad. This book can be used as a reference for researchers and postgraduates in universities and research institutes in the fields of materials science, chemistry, life science, physics, medicine, environmental science and other disciplines, as well as for researchers in various fields with synchrotron radiation device as the experimental platform. This book is especially suitable for researchers who are new to the field of synchrotron radiation.

  • Graphene from Basics to Applications
    Chapter 2, "The preparation of graphene", 70 Pages
    Chemical Industry Press, edited by Yunqi Liu et al., published in 2017

    This book presents an overview of graphene from rationale to applications, including basic concepts, theories, and principles. Hereinto, preparation methods, growth mechanisms, condensed matter structures, and graphene chemistry are described in detail. The book emphasizes electrical, optical and magnetic properties of graphene. Subsequently, the prospects and challenges of graphene in composite materials, energy materials, and industrial applications are systematically introduced. This book can be used as reference for senior undergraduates, postgraduates, and institute researchers in the fields of chemistry, materials, physics, and information.

  • Graphene: Fundamentals and Emergent Applications
    English version @ Elsevier, 369 Pages
    Science Press, translated by LAN, published in 2015

    Graphene is an ideal two-dimensional atomic crystal composed of monolayer carbon atoms, which has broad application prospects in the novel electronic devices, such as nanoelectronic devices, integrated circuits, flexible electronic devices, and ultra-sensitive sensors. This book covers the structure, physicochemical properties, preparation techniques, characterization methods and potential applications of graphene. This book can be used as an introductory book for researchers working on graphene research, especially for beginners.

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