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Chen*, LC, Hong WK, Tarntair FG, Chen KJ, Lin JB, Kichambare PD, Cheng HC, Chen KH.  2001.  Field electron emission from C-based emitters and devices. New Diamond and Frontier Carbon Technology. 11:249-263.
Chen*, LC, Hong WK, Tarntair FG, Chen KJ, Lin JB, Kichambare PD, Cheng HC, Chen KH.  2001.  Field electron emission from carbon-based emitters and devices. New Diamond and Frontier Carbon Tech.. 11:249.
Kan, MC, Huang* JL, Sung J, Lii DF, Chen KH.  2003.  Field emission characteristics of amorphous diamond. J. Am. Cherem. Soc.. 86:1513-1517.
Ray, SC, Palnitkar U, Pao CW, Tsai HM, Pong* WF, Lin I-N, Papakonstantinou P, Ganguly A, Chen LC, Chen KH.  2008.  Field emission effects of nitrogenated carbon nanotubes on chlorination and oxidation. J. Appl. Phys.. 104:063710.
Shi, SC, Chen CF, Chattopadhyay S, Chen KH, Chen* LC.  2005.  Field Emission from Quasi-aligned Aluminum Nitride Nanotips. Appl. Phys. Lett.. 87:73109-(1-3).
Tarntair, FG, Wen CY, Chen LC, Wu JJ, Chen KH, Kuo PF, Chang SW, Chen YF, Hong WK, Cheng HC.  2000.  Field emission from quasi-aligned SiCN nanorods. Appl. Phys. Lett.. 76:20.
Lin, HY, Chen YC, Lin CY, Tong YP, Hwa LG, Chen KH, Chen* LC.  2002.  Field emission of nanostructured amorphous SiCN films deposited by reactive magnetron sputtering of SiC in CH4/N2atmosphere. Thin Solid Films. 416:85-91.
Tarntair, FG, Wu JJ, Chen KH, Wen CY, Chen* LC, Cheng HC.  2001.  Field emission properties of two-layer structured SiCN films. Surface & Coating Tech.. 137:152-157.
Jana, D, Chen LC, Chen CW, Chattopadhyay S, Chen KH.  2007.  A first principles study of the optical properties of BxCy single wall nanotubes. Carbon. 45:1482-1491.
Jana*, D, Chakraborti A, Chen LC, Chen CW, Chen KH.  2009.  A first principles study of the optical properties of CxNy single walled nanotubes. Nanotechnology. 20:175701.
K.P.O., M, Shown I, Chen L-C, Chen K-H, Tai Y.  2018.  Flexible sensor for dopamine detection fabricated by the direct growth of α-Fe2O3 nanoparticles on carbon cloth, 2018. Applied Surface Science. 427:387-395. AbstractWebsite

AbstractPorous α-Fe2O3 nanoparticles are directly grown on acid treated carbon cloth (ACC) using a simple hydrothermal method (denoted as ACC-α-Fe2O3) for employment as a flexible and wearable electrochemical electrode. The catalytic activity of ACC-α-Fe2O3 allowing the detection of dopamine (DA) is systematically investigated. The results showed that the ACC-α-Fe2O3 electrode exhibits impressive electrochemical sensitivity, stability and selectivity for the detection of DA. The detection limit determined with the amperometric method appears to be around 50nM with a linear range of 0.074–113μM. The impressive DA sensing ability of the as prepared ACC-α-Fe2O3 electrode is due to the good electrochemical behavior and high electroactive surface area (19.96cm2) of α-Fe2O3 nanoparticles anchored on the highly conductive ACC. It is worth noting that such remarkable sensing properties can be maintained even when the electrode is in a folded configuration.

Horng, YY, Lu YC, Hsu YK, Chen CC, Chen LC, Chen* KH.  2010.  Flexible supercapacitor based on polyaniline nanowires/carbon cloth with both high gravimetric and area-normalized capacitance. J. Power Sources. 195:4418-4422.
Dhara, S, Yao LC, Wu CT, Hsu CW, Tu WS, Chen KH, Wang YL, Chen LC.  2010.  Focused ion beam induced nanowelding and defect doping as building block for nanoscale electronics in GaN nanowires. J. Phys. Chem.. C114:15260.
Datta, A, Dhara* S, Muto S, Hsu CW, Wu CT, Shen CH, Tanabe T, Maruyama T, Chen KH, Chen LC, Wang YL.  2005.  Formation and in-situ dynamics of metallic nanoblisters in self-ion-implanted GaN nanowires. Nanotechnology. 16:2764-2769.
Chen, LC, Yang CY, Bhusari DM, Chen KH, Lin MC, Lin JC, Chuang TJ.  1996.  Formation of Crystalline Silicon Carbon Nitride Films by Microwave Plasma-Enhanced CVD. Diamond and Related Materials. 5:514.
Sarma, LS, Chen CH, Kumar SMS, Wang GR, Yen SC, liu DG, Sheu HS, Yu KL, Tang MT, Lee JF, Bock C, Chen KH, Hwang* BJ.  2007.  Formation of Pt-Ru nanoparticles in ethylene glycol solution: an in situ X-ray absorption spectroscopy study. Langmuir. 23:5802-5809.
Ganguly, A, Chen CP, Lai YT, Kuo CC, Hsu CW, Chen* KH, Chen* LC.  2009.  Functionalized GaN nanowires-based electrode for direct label-free voltammetric detection of DNA hybridization. J. Mater. Chem.. 19:928–933.
Nataraj, SK, Wang CH, Huang HC, Du HY, Chen LC, Chen KH.  2015.  Functionalizing biomaterials to be an efficient proton-exchange membrane and methanol barrier for DMFCs. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering . 3:302.
Chen, KH, Chao CH, Chuang TJ.  1996.  GaN Growth by Nitrogen ECR-CVD Method. MRS Symp. . :Vol.423,377.
Yang, CC, Cheng CH, Chen TH, Lin YH, Chi YC, Tseng WH, Chang PH, Chen CY, Chen KH, Chen LC, Wu CI, Lin GR.  2018.  Ge-Rich SiGe Mode-Locker for Erbium-Doped Fiber Lasers, May-June 2018. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics. 24(3):1-10. Abstract


Hsu, CH, Lo HC, Chen CF, Wu CT, Hwang JH, Das D, Tsai J, Chen LC, Chen* KH.  2004.  Generally applicable self-masked dry etching technique for nanotip arrays formation. Nano Letters. 4:471-475.
Chen*, KH, Hsu CH, Lo HC, Chattopadhyay S, Wu CT, Hwang JS, Yang YJ, Chen LC.  2005.  Generally applicable self-masking technique for nanotip array fabrication. Int. J. Nanoscience. 4:879-886.
Chiu, J-M, Chen E-M, Lee C-P, Shown I, Tunuguntla V, Chou J-S, Chen L-C, Chen K-H, Tai Y.  2017.  Geogrid-Inspired Nanostructure to Reinforce a CuxZnySnzS Nanowall Electrode for High-Stability Electrochemical Energy Conversion Devices. Advanced Energy Materials. 7(12):1602210.
Lo, HC, Huang YF, Chattopadhyay S, Hsu CH, Chen CF, Chen KH, Chen* LC.  2006.  Geometrically tuned and chemically switched wetting properties of silicon nanotips. Nanotechnology. 17:2542-2545.
Chong, CW, Hsu D, Chen WC, Li CC, Huang YF, Han HC, Lin JG, Chen LC, Chen KH, Chen YF.  2011.  Giant room temperature electric-field-assisted magnetoresistance in La0.7Sr0.3MnO3/n-Si nanotips heterojunctions. Nanotechnology. 22:125701.