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  2. X. Wu and G. Hong, “Protocol for wireless deep-brain stimulation in freely behaving mice with infrared light,” STAR Protocols accepted
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  4. S. Jiang and G. Hong, “Cooling the Pain: A miniaturized, flexible cooling device can be used for precise analgesia,” Science 2022, 377, 28-29
  5. N. J. Rommelfanger, K. Brinson, J. E. Bailey, A. M. Bancroft, Z. Ou and G. Hong, “Pristine carbon nanotubes are efficient absorbers at radio frequencies,” Nanotechnology 2022, 33, 345102
  6. J. M. Lee, D. Lin, G. Hong, K. H. Kim, H. G. Park and C. M. Lieber, “Scalable Three-Dimensional Recording Electrodes for Probing Biological Tissues,” Nano Lett. 2022, 22, 4552-4559
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  8. S. Jiang, X. Wu, N. J. Rommelfanger, Z. Ou, and G. Hong, “Shedding light on neurons: optical approaches for neuromodulation,” Natl. Sci. Rev. 2022, 9, nwac007


  1. N. J. Rommelfanger, C. H. C. Keck, Y. Chen and G. Hong, “Learning from the brain’s architecture: bioinspired strategies towards implantable neural interfaces,” Curr. Opin. Biotechnol. 2021, 72, 8-12
  2. C. Chen, Y. Lin, W. Zhou, M. Gong, Z. He, F. Shi, X. Li, J. Z. Wu, K. T. Lam, J. N. Wang, F. Yang, Q. Zeng, J. Guo, W. Gao, J.-M. Zuo, J. Liu, G. Hong, A. L Antaris, M.-C. Lin, W. L. Mao, H. Dai, “Sub-10-nm graphene nanoribbons with atomically smooth edges from squashed carbon nanotubes,” Nat. Electron. 2021, 4, 653-663
  3. N. J. Rommelfanger and G. Hong, “On the feasibility of wireless radio frequency ablation using nanowire antennas,” APL Materials 2021, 9, 071103
  4. X. Li, H. Xiong, N. J. Rommelfanger, X. Xu, J. Youn, P. A. Slesinger, G. Hong and Z. Qin, “Nanotransducers for wireless neuromodulation,” Matter 2021, 4, 1484-1510
  5. N. J. Rommelfanger, Z. Ou, C. H. C. Keck and G. Hong, “Differential heating of metal nanostructures by radio frequencies,” Phys. Rev. Appl. 2021, 15, 054007
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  1. Y. Chen, R. Yin and G. Hong, “An “All-in-One” Catheter: Surgery of the Future,” Matter 2020, 3, 1829-1831.
  2. G. A. Woods, N. J. Rommelfanger and G. Hong, “Bioinspired Materials for In Vivo Bioelectronic Neural Interfaces,” Matter 2020, 3, 1087-1113.
  3. N. J. Rommelfanger and G. Hong, “Conjugated Polymers Enable a Liquid Retinal Prosthesis,” Trends Chem. 2020, 2, 961-964.
  4. G. Hong, “Seeing the Sound: An ultrasound-mediated deep-tissue light source for noninvasive optogenetics,” Science 2020, 369, 638.
  5. A. Benayas, E. Hemmer, G. Hong and D. Jaque, “Near Infrared-Emitting Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications” Springer International Publishing 2020.


  1. X. Wu, X. Zhu, P. Chong, J. Liu, L. N. Andre, K. S. Ong, K. Brinson Jr., A. I. Mahdi, J. Li, L. E. Fenno, H. Wang and G. Hong, “Sono-optogenetics: a circulation delivered rechargeable light source for minimally invasive optogenetics,” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2019, 116, 26332-26342.
  2. G. Hong and C. M. Lieber, “Novel electrode technologies for neural recordings,” Nature Reviews Neuroscience 2019, 20, 330-345.
  3. N. M. Tran, K. Shekhar, I. E. Whitney, A. Jacobi, I. Benhar, G. Hong, W. Yan, X. Adiconis, M. E. Arnold, J. M. Lee, J. Z. Levin, D. Lin, C. Wang, C. M. Lieber, A. Regev, Z. He and J. R. Sanes, “Single-Cell Profiles of Retinal Ganglion Cells Differing in Resilience to Injury Reveal Neuroprotective Genes”, Neuron 2019, 104, 1039-1055.
  4. H. Liu, G. Hong, Z. Luo, J. Chen, J. Chang, M. Gong, H. He, J. Yang, X. Yuan, L. Li, X. Mu, J. Wang, W. Mi, J. Luo, J. Xie and X.-D. Zhang, “Atomic-Precision Gold Clusters for NIR-II Imaging”, Adv. Mater. 2019, 31, 1901015.
  5. J. M. Lee, G. Hong, D. Lin, T. G. Schuhmann Jr., A. T. Sullivan, R. D. Viveros, H.-G. Park and C. M. Lieber, “Nanoenabled Direct Contact Interfacing of Syringe-Injectable Mesh Electronics,” Nano Letters 2019, 19, 5818-5826.
  6. F. Wang, H. Wan, Z. Ma, Y. Zhong, Q. Sun, Y. Tian, L. Qu, H. Du, M. Zhang, L. Li, H. Ma, J. Luo, Y. Liang, W. J. Li, G. Hong, L. Liu and H. Dai, “Light-sheet microscopy in the near-infrared II window” Nature Methods 2019, 16, 545-552.
  7. R. D. Viveros, T. Zhou, G. Hong, T.-M. Fu, H.-Y. G. Lin and C. M. Lieber, “Advanced One- and Two-Dimensional Mesh Designs for Injectable Electronics” Nano Letters 2019, 19, 4180-4187.
  8. X. Yang, T. Zhou, T. J. Zwang, G. Hong, Y. Zhao, R. D. Viveros, T.-M. Fu, T. Gao, and C. M. Lieber. “Bioinspired neuron-like electronics” Nat. Mater. 2019, 18, 510-517


  1. G. Hong, T.-M. Fu, M. Qiao, R. D. Viveros, X. Yang, T. Zhou, J. M. Lee, H.-G. Park, J. R. Sanes and C. M. Lieber, “A method for single-neuron chronic recording from the retina in awake mice,” Science 2018, 360, 1447-1451.
  2. G. Hong, R. D. Viveros, T. J. Zwang, X. Yang and C. M. Lieber, “Tissue-like Neural Probes for Understanding and Modulating the Brain,” Biochemistry 2018, 57, 3995-4004.
  3. G. Hong, X. Yang, T. Zhou and C. M. Lieber, “Mesh electronics: a new paradigm for tissue-like brain probes,” Current Opinion in Neurobiology 2018, 50, 33-41.
  4. B. del Rosal, D. Ruiz, I. Chaves-Coira, B. H Juárez, L. Monge, G. Hong, N. Fernández, and D. Jaque. “In vivo contactless brain nanothermometry” Adv. Funct. Mater. 2018, 28, 1806088.
  5. X. Dai, G. Hong, T. Gao and C. M. Lieber, “Mesh nanoelectronics: seamless integration of electronics with tissues,” Accounts of Chemical Research 2018, 51, 309-318.
  6. T. G. Schuhmann, T. Zhou, G. Hong, J. M. Lee, T.-M. Fu, H.-G. Park and C. M. Lieber, “Syringe-injectable mesh electronics for stable chronic rodent electrophysiology,” J. Vis. Exp. 2018, 137, e58003.
  7. H. Wan, J. Yue, S. Zhu, T. Uno, X. Zhang, Q. Yang, K. Yu, G. Hong, J. Wang, L. Li, Z. Ma, H. Gao, Y. Zhong, J. Su, A. L. Antaris, Y. Xia, J. Luo, Y. Liang and H. Dai, “A bright organic NIR-II nanofluorophore for three-dimensional imaging into biological tissues,” Nature Communications 2018, 9, 1171.
  8. S. Zhu, S. Herraiz, J. Yue, M. Zhang, H. Wan, Q. Yang, Z. Ma, Y. Wang, J. He, A. L. Antaris, Y. Zhong, S. Diao, Y. Feng, Y. Zhou, K. Yu, G. Hong, Y. Liang, A. J. Hsueh and H. Dai, “3D NIR-II Molecular Imaging Distinguishes Targeted Organs with High‐Performance NIR‐II Bioconjugates,” Adv. Mater. 2018, 30, 1705799.


  1. G. Hong, A. L. Antaris and H. Dai, “Near-infrared fluorophores for biomedical imaging,” Nature Biomedical Engineering 2017, 1, 0010.
  2. T.-M. Fu, G. Hong, R. D. Viveros, T. Zhou and C. M. Lieber, “Highly scalable multichannel mesh electronics for stable chronic brain electrophysiology,” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2017, 114, E10046-E10055.
  3. T. G. Schuhmann, J. Yao, G. Hong, T.-M. Fu and C. M. Lieber, “Syringe-Injectable Electronics with a Plug-and-Play Input/Output Interface,” Nano Letters 2017, 17, 5836-5842.
  4. T. Zhou, G. Hong, T.-M. Fu, X. Yang, T. G. Schuhmann, R. D. Viveros and C. M. Lieber, “Syringe-injectable mesh electronics integrate seamlessly with minimal chronic immune response in the brain,” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2017, 114, 5894-5899.
  5. Y. Feng, S. Zhu, A. L. Antaris, H. Chen, Y. Xiao, X. Lu, L. Jiang, S. Diao, K. Yu, Y. Wang, S. Herraiz, J. Yue, X. Hong, G. Hong, Z. Cheng, A. J. Hsueh and H. Dai. “Live imaging of follicle stimulating hormone receptors in gonads and bones using near infrared II fluorophore” Chemical Science 2017, 8, 3703-37111.
  6. S. Zhu, Q. Yang, A. L. Antaris, J. Yue, Z. Ma, H. Wang, W. Huang, H. Wan, J. Wang, S. Diao, B. Zhang, X. Li, Y. Zhong, K. Yu, G. Hong, J. Luo, Y. Liang, and H. Dai. “Molecular imaging of biological systems with a clickable dye in the broad 800- to 1,700-nm near-infrared window” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2017, 114, 962-967.


  1. T.-M. Fu, G. Hong, T. Zhou, T. G. Schuhmann, R. D. Viveros and C. M. Lieber, “Stable long-term chronic brain mapping at the single-neuron level,” Nature Methods 2016, 13, 875-882.
  2. G. Hong and H. Dai, “In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging in the Second Near-Infrared Window Using Carbon Nanotubes,” In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging: Methods and Protocols 2016, 167-181, Springer. (Invited Book Chapter)
  3. X. Zhang, H. Wang, A. L. Antaris, L. Li, S. Diao, R. Ma, A. Nguyen, G. Hong, Z. Ma, J. Wang, S. Zhu, J. M. Castellano, T. Wyss-Corey, Y. Liang, J. Luo, and H. Dai. “Traumatic Brain Injury Imaging in the Second Near-Infrared Window with a Molecular Fluorophore,” Adv. Mater. 2016, 28, 6872-6879.
  4. A. L. Antaris, H. Chen, K. Cheng, Y. Sun, G. Hong, C. Qu, S. Diao, Z. Deng, X. Hu, B. Zhang, X. Zhang, O. K. Yaghi, Z. R. Alamparambil, X. Hong, Z. Cheng, and H. Dai. “A small-molecule dye for NIR-II imaging”, Nature Mater. 2016, 15, 235-242.
  5. T. Lei, G. Pitner, X. Chen, G. Hong, S. Park, P. Hayoz, R. T. Weitz, H.-S. P. Wong, and Z. Bao, “Dispersion of High-Purity Semiconducting Arc-Discharged Carbon Nanotubes Using Backbone Engineered Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-Based Polymers”, Adv. Electron. Mater. 2016, 2, 1500299.


  1. G. Hong, T.-M. Fu, T. Zhou, T. G. Schuhmann, J. Huang and C. M. Lieber, “Syringe injectable electronics: Precise targeted delivery with quantitative input/output connectivity,” Nano Letters 2015, 15, 6979-6984.
  2. G. Hong, S. Diao, A. L. Antaris, and H. Dai, “Carbon Nanomaterials for Biological Imaging and Nanomedicinal Therapy,” Chemical Reviews 2015, 115, 10816-10906.
  3. S. Diao, J. L. Blackburn, G. Hong, A. L. Antaris, J. Chang, J. Z. Wu, B. Zhang, K. Cheng, C. J. Kuo, and H. Dai, “Fluorescence Imaging In Vivo at Wavelengths beyond 1500 nm,” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 14758-14762.
  4. S. Diao, G. Hong, A. L. Antaris, J. L. Blackburn, K. Cheng, Z. Cheng, and H. Dai, “Biological Imaging without Autofluorescence in the Second Near-Infrared Region,” Nano Research 2015, 8, 3027-3034.
  5. A. L. Antaris, O. K. Yaghi, G. Hong, S. Diao, B. Zhang, J. Yang, L. Chew, and H. Dai, “Single Chirality (6, 4) Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Fluorescence Imaging with Silicon Detectors”, Small 2015, 11, 6325-6330.
  6. J. Liu, T.-M. Fu, Z. Cheng, G. Hong, T. Zhou, L. Jin, M. Duvvuri, Z. Jiang, P. Kruskal, C. Xie, Z. Suo, Y. Fang, and C. M. Lieber, “Syringe injectable electronics,” Nature Nanotechnol. 2015, 10, 629-636.
  7. N. Gao, W. Zhou, X. Jiang, G. Hong, T.-M. Fu, and C. M. Lieber, “General Strategy for Biodetection in High Ionic Strength Solutions Using Transistor-Based Nanoelectronic Sensors,” Nano Lett. 2015, 15, 2143-2148.
  8. K. Pu, J. Mei, J. V. Jokerst, G. Hong, A. L. Antaris, N. Chattopadhyay, A. J. Shuhendler, T. Kurosawa, Y. Zhou, S. S. Gambhir, Z. Bao, and J. Rao, “Diketopyrrolopyrrole-Based Semiconducting Polymer Nanoparticles for In Vivo Photoacoustic Imaging” Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 5184-5190.
  9. T. Lei, Y.-C. Lai, G. Hong, H. Wang, P. Hayoz, R. T. Weitz, C. Chen, H. Dai, and Z. Bao, “Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-Based Donor–Acceptor Polymers for Selective Dispersion of Large-Diameter Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes” Small 2015, 11, 2946-2954.
  10. K. H. Nakayama, G. Hong, J. C. Lee, J. Patel, B. Edwards, T. S. Zaitseva, M. V. Paukshto, H. Dai, J. P. Cooke, Y. J. Woo, and N. F. Huang, “Aligned-Braided Nanofibrillar Scaffold with Endothelial Cells Enhances Arteriogenesis,” ACS Nano 2015, 9, 6900-6908.
  11. C. Chen, J. Z. Wu, K. T. Lam, G. Hong, M. Gong, B. Zhang, Y. Lu, A. L Antaris, S. Diao, J. Guo, and H. Dai. “Graphene Nanoribbons Under Mechanical Strain” Advanced Materials 2015, 27, 303-309.


  1. G. Hong, S. Diao, J. Chang, A. L. Antaris, C. Chen, B. Zhang, S. Zhao, D. N. Atochin, P. L. Huang, K. I. Andreasson, C. J. Kuo, and H. Dai. “Through-skull fluorescence imaging of the brain in a new near-infrared window” Nature Photonics 2014, 8, 723-730
  2. G. Hong, Y. Zou, A. L. Antaris, S. Diao, D. Wu, K. Cheng, X. Zhang, C. Chen, B. Liu, Y. He, J. Z. Wu, J. Yuan, B. Zhang, Z. Tao, C. Fukunaga, and H. Dai, “Ultrafast Fluorescence Imaging In Vivo with Conjugated Polymer Fluorophores in the Second Near-Infrared Window” Nature Communications 2014, 5, 4206
  3. G. Hong, J. C. Lee, A. Jha, S. Diao, K. H. Nakayama, L. Hou, T. C. Doyle, J. T. Robinson, A. L. Antaris, H. Dai, J. P. Cooke, and N. F. Huang, “Near-Infrared II Fluorescence for Imaging Hindlimb Vessel Regeneration With Dynamic Tissue Perfusion Measurement” Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging 2014, 7, 517-525
  4. B. Zhang, J. Yang, Y. Zou, M. Gong, H. Chen, G. Hong, A. L. Antaris, X. Li, C.-L. Liu, C. Chen, and H. Dai. “Plasmonic micro-beads for fluorescence enhanced, multiplexed protein detection with flow cytometry” Chemical Science 2014, 5, 4070-4075.
  5. C. Liang, S. Diao, C. H. Wang, H. Gong, T. Liu, G. Hong, X. Shi, H. Dai, and Z. Liu. “Tumor Metastasis Inhibition by Imaging-guided Photothermal Therapy with Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes” Advanced Materials 2014, 26, 5646-5652.
  6. I.-N. E. Wang, J. T. Robinson, G. Do, G. Hong, D. R. Gould, H. Dai, and P. C. Yang, “Graphite Oxide Nanoparticles with Diameter Greater than 20 nm Are Biocompatible with Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells and Can Be Used in a Tissue Engineering System” Small 2014, 10, 1479-1484.


  1. Z. Tao, G. Hong, C. Shinji, C. Chen, S. Diao, A. L. Antaris, B. Zhang, Y. Zou, and H. Dai, “Biological Imaging Using Nanoparticles of Small Organic Molecules with Fluorescence Emission at Wavelengths Longer than 1000 nm” Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2013, 52, 13002-13006.
  2. Y. Zhang, Y. Zhang, G. Hong, W. He, K. Zhou, K. Yang, F. Li, G. Chen, Z. Liu, H. Dai, and Q. Wang. “Biodistribution, pharmacokinetics and toxicology of Ag2S near-infrared quantum dots in mice” Biomaterials 2013, 34, 3639-3646.
  3. B. Zhang, J. A. Jarrell, J. V. Price, S. M. Tabakman, Y. Li, M. Gong, G. Hong, J. Feng, P. J. Utz, and H. Dai. “An Integrated Peptide-Antigen Microarray on Plasmonic Gold Films for Sensitive Human Antibody Profiling” PLoS ONE 2013, 8, e71073.
  4. Y. Li, M. Gong, Y. Liang, J. Feng, J.-E. Kim, H. Wang, G. Hong, B. Zhang, and H. Dai. “Advanced zinc-air batteries based on high-performance hybrid electrocatalysts” Nature Communications 2013, 4, 1805.
  5. A. L. Antaris, J. T. Robinson, O. K. Yaghi, G. Hong, S. Diao, R. Luong, and H. Dai. “Ultra-Low Doses of Chirality Sorted (6,5) Carbon Nanotubes for Simultaneous Tumor Imaging and Photothermal Therapy” ACS Nano 2013, 7, 3644-3652.
  6. B. Zhang, J. Price, G. Hong, S. M. Tabakman, H. Wang, J. A. Jarrell, J. Feng, P. J. Utz, and H. Dai. “Multiplexed cytokine detection on plasmonic gold substrates with enhanced near-infrared fluorescence” Nano Research 2013, 6, 113-120.


  1. G. Hong, J. C. Lee, J. T. Robinson, U. Raaz, L. Xie, N. F. Huang, J. P. Cooke, and H. Dai, “Multi-Functional In Vivo Vascular Imaging Using Near-Infrared II Fluorescence”, Nature Medicine 2012, 18, 1841-1846. 
  2. G. Hong, J. T. Robinson, Y. Zhang, S. Diao, A. L. Antaris, Q. Wang, and H. Dai, “In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging with Ag2S Quantum Dots in the Second Near-Infrared Region”, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2012, 51, 9818-9821.
  3. G. Hong, J. Z. Wu, J. T. Robinson, H. Wang, B. Zhang, and H. Dai, “Three-dimensional imaging of single nanotube molecule endocytosis on plasmonic substrates”, Nature Communications 2012, 3, 700.
  4. S. Diao, G. Hong, J. T. Robinson, L. Jiao, A. L. Antaris, J. Z. Wu, C. L. Choi, and H. Dai, “Chirality Enriched (12,1) and (11,3) Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Biological Imaging”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012, 134, 16971–16974
  5. J. T. Robinson, G. Hong, Y. Liang, B. Zhang, O. K. Yaghi, and H. Dai, “In-vivo Fluorescence Imaging in the NIR-II with Long Circulating Carbon Nanotubes Capable of Ultra-High Tumor Uptake”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012, 134, 10664-10669
  6. Y. Zhang, G. Hong, Y. Zhang, G. Chen, F. Li, H. Dai and Q. Wang, “Ag2S Quantum Dot: A Bright and Biocompatible Fluorescent Nanoprobe in the Second Near-Infrared Window”, ACS Nano 2012, 6, 3695-3702.
  7. Y. Liang, H. Wang, P. Diao, W. Chang, G. Hong, Y. Li, M. Gong, L. Xie, J. Zhou, J. Wang, T. Z. Regier, F. Wei, and H. Dai. “Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalyst Based on Strongly Coupled Cobalt Oxide Nanocrystals and Carbon Nanotubes” Journal of the American Chemical Society 2012, 134, 15849-15857.
  8. Z. Chen, G. Hong, H. Wang, K. Welsher, S. M. Tabakman, S. P. Sherlock, J. T. Robinson, Y. Liang, and H. Dai, “Graphite-Coated Magnetic Nanoparticle Microarray for Few-Cells Enrichment and Detection”, ACS Nano, 2012, 6, 1094-1101.
  9. J. Wu, L. Xie, G. Hong, H. E. Lim, B. Thendie, Y. Miyata, H. Shinohara and H. Dai. “Short channel field-effect transistors from highly enriched semiconducting carbon nanotubes” Nano Research 2012, 5, 388-394.


  1. G. Hong, S. M. Tabakman, K. Welsher, Z. Chen, J. T. Robinson, H. Wang, B. Zhang, and H. Dai, “Near-Infrared-Fluorescence-Enhanced Molecular Imaging of Live Cells on Gold Substrates”, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2011, 50, 4644-4648.
  2. H. Wang, Y. Yang, Y. Liang, L.-F. Cui, H. S. Casalongue, Y. Li, G. Hong, Y. Cui, and H. Dai, “LiMn1-xFexPO4 Nanorods Grown on Graphene Sheets for Ultrahigh-Rate-Performance Lithium Ion Batteries”, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 2011, 123, 7502-7506.
  3. Y. Li, H. Wang, L. Xie, Y. Liang, G. Hong, and H. Dai, “MoS2 Nanoparticles Grown on Graphene: An Advanced Catalyst for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction”,Journal of the American Chemical Society 2011, 133, 7296-7299.
  4. L. Zhou, J. Ye, G. Hong, and L. Qi, “Biomimetic morphogenesis of micropottery: helical coiling of mesostructured silica nanofibers”, Soft Matter 2011, 7, 9624-9627.


  1. G. Hong, S. M. Tabakman, K. Welsher, H. Wang, X. Wang, and H. Dai, “Metal-Enhanced Fluorescence of Carbon Nanotubes”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 2010, 132, 15920-15923.
  2. G. Hong, C. Li, and L. Qi, “Facile fabrication of two-dimensionally ordered macroporous silver thin films and their application in molecular sensing”, Advanced Functional Materials 2010, 20, 3774-3783.
  3. S. M. Tabakman, K. Welsher, G. Hong, and H. Dai, “Optical Properties of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Separated in a Density Gradient: Length, Bundling, and Aromatic Stacking Effects”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2010, 114, 19569-19575.
  4. C. Li, G. Hong, H. Yu, and L. Qi, “Facile fabrication of honeycomb-patterned thin films of amorphous calcium carbonate and mosaic calcite”, Chemistry of Materials 2010, 22, 3206-3211.
  5. C. Li, G. Hong, and L. Qi, “Nanosphere lithography at the gas/liquid interface: a general approach toward free-standing high-quality nanonets”, Chemistry of Materials 2010, 22, 476-481.


  1. L. Zhou, G. Hong, L. Qi, and Yunfeng Lu, “Seeding-Growth of Helical Mesoporous Silica Nanofibers Templated by Achiral Cationic Surfactant,” Langmuir 2009, 25, 6040-6044.
  2. C. Li, G. Hong, P. Wang, D. Yu, and L. Qi, “Wet Chemical Approaches to Patterned Arrays of Well-Aligned ZnO Nanopillars Assisted by Monolayer Colloidal Crystals,” Chemistry of Materials 2009, 21, 891-897.