Dongmok Whang
Dongmok Whang
School of Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University
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A homochiral metal–organic porous material for enantioselective separation and catalysis
JS Seo, D Whang, H Lee, SI Jun, J Oh, YJ Jeon, K Kim
Nature 404 (6781), 982-986, 2000
Wafer-scale growth of single-crystal monolayer graphene on reusable hydrogen-terminated germanium
JH Lee, EK Lee, WJ Joo, Y Jang, BS Kim, JY Lim, SH Choi, SJ Ahn, ...
Science 344 (6181), 286-289, 2014
Large-scale hierarchical organization of nanowire arrays for integrated nanosystems
D Whang, S Jin, Y Wu, CM Lieber
Nano letters 3 (9), 1255-1259, 2003
Nanowire nanosensors
F Patolsky, CM Lieber
Materials today 8 (4), 20-28, 2005
Scalable interconnection and integration of nanowire devices without registration
S Jin, D Whang, MC McAlpine, RS Friedman, Y Wu, CM Lieber
Nano Letters 4 (5), 915-919, 2004
Molecular container assembly capable of controlling binding and release of its guest molecules: reversible encapsulation of organic molecules in sodium ion complexed cucurbituril
YM Jeon, J Kim, D Whang, K Kim
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (40), 9790-9791, 1996
Polycatenated two-dimensional polyrotaxane net
D Whang, K Kim
Journal of the American Chemical Society 119 (2), 451-452, 1997
Non-enzymatic electrochemical CuO nanoflowers sensor for hydrogen peroxide detection
MJ Song, SW Hwang, D Whang
Talanta 80 (5), 1648-1652, 2010
Self-assembly of a polyrotaxane containing a cyclic “bead” in every structural unit in the solid state: Cucurbituril molecules threaded on a one-dimensional coordination polymer
D Whang, YM Jeon, J Heo, K Kim
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (45), 11333-11334, 1996
Molecular necklace: quantitative self-assembly of a cyclic oligorotaxane from nine molecules
D Whang, KM Park, J Heo, P Ashton, K Kim
Journal of the American Chemical Society 120 (19), 4899-4900, 1998
A molecular bowl with metal ion as bottom: reversible inclusion of organic molecules in cesium ion complexed cucurbituril
D Whang, J Heo, JH Park, K Kim
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 37 (1‐2), 78-80, 1998
Large thermoelectric figure-of-merits from SiGe nanowires by simultaneously measuring electrical and thermal transport properties
EK Lee, L Yin, Y Lee, JW Lee, SJ Lee, J Lee, SN Cha, D Whang, ...
Nano letters 12 (6), 2918-2923, 2012
A Two‐Dimensional Polyrotaxane with Large Cavities and Channels: A Novel Approach to Metal–Organic Open‐Frameworks by Using Supramolecular Building Blocks
E Lee, J Kim, J Heo, D Whang, K Kim
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 40 (2), 399-402, 2001
Nanolithography using hierarchically assembled nanowire masks
D Whang, S Jin, CM Lieber
Nano Letters 3 (7), 951-954, 2003
Designed self-assembly of molecular necklaces
KM Park, SY Kim, J Heo, D Whang, S Sakamoto, K Yamaguchi, K Kim
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (10), 2140-2147, 2002
Transition Metal Ion Directed Supramolecular Assembly of One‐and Two‐Dimensional Polyrotaxanes Incorporating Cucurbituril
KM Park, D Whang, E Lee, J Heo, K Kim
Chemistry–A European Journal 8 (2), 498-508, 2002
Shape‐induced, hexagonal, open frameworks: Rubidium ion complexed cucurbituril
J Heo, SY Kim, D Whang, K Kim
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 38 (5), 641-643, 1999
Stretchable, transparent zinc oxide thin film transistors
K Park, DK Lee, BS Kim, H Jeon, NE Lee, D Whang, HJ Lee, YJ Kim, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (20), 3577-3582, 2010
Columnar one-dimensional coordination polymer formed with a metal ion and a host–guest complex as building blocks: potassium ion complexed cucurbituril
J Heo, J Kim, D Whang, K Kim
Inorganica Chimica Acta 297 (1-2), 307-312, 2000
Catalyst-free growth of single-crystal silicon and germanium nanowires
BS Kim, TW Koo, JH Lee, DS Kim, YC Jung, SW Hwang, BL Choi, EK Lee, ...
Nano letters 9 (2), 864-869, 2009
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