Xinne Zhao

Xinne Zhao
Technische Universität Dresden | TUD · Institute of Materials Science

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Introduction
Current research interests: Studying microbial co-existence and enzyme reaction dynamics based on the microfluidic droplet-based reactor and optical biosensor.

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Publications (9)
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Understanding competition and cooperation within microbiota is of high fundamental and clinical importance, helping to comprehend species' evolution and biodiversity. We co-encapsulated and cultured two isogenic Escherichia coli strains expressing blue (BFP) and yellow (YFP) fluorescent proteins into numerous emulsion droplets and quantified their...
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The development of sodium (Na) ion capacitors marks the beginning of a new era in the field of electrochemical capacitors with high-energy densities and low costs. However, most reported negative electrode materials for Na + storage are based on slow diffusion-controlled intercalation/conversion/alloying processes, which are not favorable for appli...
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Electrospinning represents a simple and effective strategy for fabricating nanofibrous structures and materials with large surface-to-volume ratios and desirable engineered properties. Thus, incorporating nanoscale building blocks (NBBs) like nanoparticles, graphene quantum dots, carbon nanotubes, and graphene into electrospun fibers has become one...
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Fluorescent graphene quantum dots (GQDs) have attracted increasing interest in cancer bioimaging due to their stable photoluminescence (PL), high stability, low cytotoxicity, and good biocompatibility. In this review, we present the synthesis and chemical modification of GQDs firstly, and then introduce their unique physical, chemical, and biologic...
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The preparation and applications of graphene (G)-based materials are attracting increasing interests due to their unique electronic, optical, magnetic, thermal, and mechanical properties. Compared to G-based hybrid and composite materials, G-based inorganic hybrid membrane (GIHM) offers enormous advantages ascribed to their facile synthesis, planar...
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ARTICLE This journal is Graphene quantum dots (GQDs) reveal increasing importance for the applications in energy materials, optical devices, and biosensors. Here we reported a facile technique to fabricate nanofibrous membrane of GQDs by electrospinning water-soluble GQDs with polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) directly. The structure and fluorescence propert...

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