M.Sc. Yiqing Wang

 

M.Sc. Yiqing Wang
(Ph.D. Candidate)

Freie Universität Berlin (FU-Berlin)
Institut für Chemie und Biochemie
Takustraße 3
D-14195 Berlin, Germany

Office: 24.12

Mail: yiqing.wang@fu-berlin.de
Phone: +49 (0) 30 838 908950

 

Scientific

Master Thesis
Preparation of the nitrogen-doped carbon-based materials and their electrocatalysis toward oxygen reduction reaction

PhD-Topic

Electronic and electrochemical properties of  oxygen-containing groups in oxo-functionalized graphene-based materials

Curriculum Vitae

since 04/2019

PhD Student, FU Berlin, Germany

10/2018-03/2019

2015-2018

PhD Student, RUB, Germany

Master of Chemical Engineering at Shihezi University, China

2011-2015 Bachelor of Applied Chemistry at Liaocheng University, China
 
Publications

6) Y. Wang, C. Neumann, M. Hußmann, Q. Cao, Y. Hu, O. Garrity, P. Kusch, A. Turchanin and S. Eigler *
Synthesis of wet-chemically prepared porous-graphene single layers on Si/SiO2 substrate increasing the photoluminescence of MoS2 in heterostructures.
Adv. Mater. Int., 2021, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/admi.202100783

Highlighted in Advanced Materials: Hot Topic: Carbon, Graphite and Graphene

Highlighted in ChemSumChem: Hot Topic: Membranes

5) Y. Wang, M. Zhu, Y. Li, M. Zhang, X. Xue, Y. Shi, B. Dai, X. Guo and F. Yu.

Heteroatom-doped porous carbon from methy dye wastewater for oxygen reduction.

 Green Energy & Environment, 20183.2, 172-178.

4) X. Liu,  JKang, Y. Wang, WLi, HGuo, L. Xu, XGuo, F. Zhou, X. Jia.

Amine‐Triggered Dopamine Polymerization: From Aqueous Solution to Organic Solvents. 

Macromolecular rapid communications201839(12), 1800160.

3) Y. Wang, F. Yu, M. Zhu, C. Ma, D. Zhao, C. Wang, A. Zhou, B. Dai, J. Ji and X. Guo
N-Doping of Plasma Exfoliated Graphene Oxide via Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma Treatment for Oxygen Reduction Reaction.
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2018, 6, 2011-2017. (inside back cover)

2) Y. Wang, M. Zhu, G. Wang, B. Dai, F. Yu, Z. Tian and X. Guo
Enhanced Oxygen Reduction Reaction by In Situ Anchoring Fe2N Nanoparticles on Nitrogen-Doped Pomelo Peel-Derived Carbon.
Nanomaterials, 2017, 7 (11), 404.

1) L. Shi¹, T. Wu¹, Y. Wang¹, J. Zhang, G. Wang, J. Zhang, B. Dai, Y. Feng. 

Nitrogen-doped carbon nanoparticles for oxygen reduction prepared via a crushing method involving a high shear mixer.

 Materials201710(9), 1030.

¹ These authors contributed equally to the manuscript.