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142. Kim, T. S.; Ahn, T.; Kim, T.; Choi, H. C.*; Yeom, H. W.*; Appl. Phys. Lett. 2023, 123, 023502. Atomic-scale tailoring of chemisorbed atomic oxygen on epitaxial graphene for graphene-based electronic devices

141. Jeevanandham, S.; Maji, A.; Acharya, A.; Kumari, N.; Gu. B. S.; Yoon, Y. K.; Choi, H. C.; Kumar, A.*; Lee, I. S.*;  Adv. Func. Mater. 2023. 2311752. Electrochemical Ultrathin Metal-Atomic Layer Deposition for Silica Microenvironment-Assisted Cu-Based Catalysis


140. Acharya, A.; Mete, T. B.; Kumari, N.; Yoon, Y. K.; Jeong, H. Y.; Jang, T. H. Song, B. J.; Choi, H. C.; Han, J. W.; Pang, Y. S.; Yun, Y. J.; Kumar, A.*; Lee, I. S.*; Nat. Commun. 2023. 14, 7667. Ultrathin Covalent Organic Overlayers on Metal Nanocrystals for Highly Selective Plasmonic Photocatalysis.

139. Yoon, Y.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.*;  Small Struct. 2023, 4, 2300134. In situ Growth Transition Towards Helical Crystals of Achiral Molecules. <Inside Front Cover>


138. Kim, D. G.; Lee, S.; Park, J. W.; Lee, J. H.; Choi, H. C.; Kim, K. P.; Ryu, S. M.*; Nat. Commun. 2023, 14, 2736. In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Excitonic Coupling in 2D Molecular Crystals.

137.Kim, H. S.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.*; Chem. Mater. 2023, 35, 4, 1762–1768. Selective reduction approach in cocrystal systems for highly conducting organic radical crystals.  <Supplementary Cover>

136. Lee, H.; Oh, J.; Koo, J. Y.; H. Ohtsu.; Jin, H. M.; Kim. S.; Lee, J. S.; Kim, H.; Choi, H. C.*; Oh, Y*; Yoon, S. M.*; ACS. Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2022, 14, 46682-46684. Hierarchical Metal-Organic Aerogel as a Highly Selective and Sustainable CO2 Adsorbent

135. ​​​Choe, M.; Koo, J. Y.; Park, I.; H. Ohtsu.; Shim. J.*; Choi, H. C.*; Park, S. S.*; J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2022, 144, 16726-16731. Chemical vapor deposition of edge-on oriented 2D conductive metal-organic framework thin films.

134. ​​Cho, H.; Son, Y.; Choi, H. C.* Nano Lett. 2022, 22, 3323-3327. Rotation of graphene on Cu during chemical vapor deposition and its application to control the stacking angle of bilayer graphene.

133. Park, J.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.* CrystEngComm. 2022, 24, 846-853. Solvent Influenced Coordination Variation of Flexible Ligands to Y(III) towards MOF Structural Diversities

132. Ahn Y.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.* Inorg. Chem2022, 61, 791-795. A Platform to Evaluate the Effect of Back Charge Transfer on the Electrical Conductivity of TTF Charge Transfer Complexes: TTF3MCl6 (M=In, Sb).

131. Yoon, Y.; Lee, J; Lee, S; Kim, S; Choi, H. C.* Materials, 2021, 14, 7247. Ultrasmooth organic films via efficient aggregation suppression by a physical vapor deposition

130. Koo, J. Y,; Lee, C.; Joo. T.*; Choi, H. C.* Commun. Chem. 2021, 4, 167. Bismuth organic frameworks exhibiting enhanced phosphorescence

129. Koo, J. Y.; Oh, J.; Hyun, G.; Choi, H. C.*; Song, I.*; Yoon, S. M.*;  Inorg.Chem. 2021, 60, 13262-13268.  The anisotropic electrical conductivity of a single-crystalline oxo-bridged Cr4(III)Mo2(VI) heterometallic complex.

128. Song, K.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.* RSC Advances, 2021, 11, 20992-20996.  Viscosity effect on strategic kinetic overgrowth of molecular crystals in various morphologies: concave and octapod fullerene crystals.

127. Koo, J. Y.#; Kwon, T.#; Ahn, Y.; Choi, H. C.* J. Phys. Chem. C. 2021. 125, 10991-10997.  Phase Change-Driven Radical Population and Electrical Conductivity Increases of Organic Radical Crystals by Mild Heating (# these authors contributed equally to this work)

126. Park, J.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.* Inorg.Chem. 202160, 5376–5382. Solvent-effected coordination variation of flexible ligands to Cu(II) for the formation of 1D and 2D secondary building units for metal-organic frameworks.

125. Park, Y.; Song, K.; Choi, H. C.* CrystEngComm. 2021, 23, 777-782. Emulsions by Miscible Solvents: Origin for Anti-solvent Crystallization. <Back cover>

124. Kim, H. S.; Kim, S.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.* J. Mater. Chem. C. 2021, 9, 1911-1917. Highly Pure Pentacene Crystals Grown by Physical Vapor Transport: The Critical Role of Carrier Gas. <Back cover>

123. Ahn, Y.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C.* ACS Appl. Electron. Mater. 2020, 2, 3831-3836. Morphology-retained Conversion of Neutral to Mixed Valence Tetrathiafulvalene Crystals through a Spontaneous Redox Reaction.

122. Lee, H.; Kim, J.; Lee, J.; Park, H.; Park, Y.; Jung, S.; Lim, J.; Choi, H. C.; Kim, W. J. Biomaterials. 2020, 263, 120402. In vivo Self-Degradable Graphene Nanomedicine Operated by DNAzyme and Photo-Switch for Controlled Anticancer Therapy.

121. Cho, H.#; Park, Y.#; Kim, S.; Ahn, T.; Kim, T.; Choi, H. C. npj 2D Mater. Appl. 2020. 4, 35. Specific stacking angles of bilayer graphene grown on atomic-flat and -stepped Cu surfaces. (# these authors contributed equally to this work)

120. Kwon, T.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed, 2020, 59, 16436-16439. Highly Conducting and Flexible Radical Crystals.

119. Yoon, Y.; Koo, J. Y.; Oh, J.; Kim, S.; Choi, H. C.; Yoon, S. M. Inorg. Chem. Front., 2020, 7, 2178-2187.  Surface-guided polymorphism control of titanyl phthalocyanine single crystals. 

118. Yoon, T.#; Park, I.#; Nguyen, T. P.; Kim, D. Y.; Lee, J.; Shim, J. H.; Choi, H. C. Chem. Mater. 2020, 32. 3358-3364. Discovery of Sodium-Doped Triphenylene Superconductors by Searching the Organic Material Database. (# these authors contributed equally to this work)

117. Choe, M.; Kim, S.; Choi, H. C. RSC Advances, 202010, 9536 - 9538. Smooth and Large scale Organometallic Complex Film by Vapor-Phase Ligand Exchange Reaction.

116. Yoon, Y.; Kim, S.; Choi, H. C. NPG Asia Mater. 2020, 12, 16. Selective growth of α-form zinc phthalocyanine nanowire crystals through flow rate control of physical vapor transport method.

115. Yoon, T.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C. Nano Lett. 2020, 20, 612-617. High Yield Organic Superconductors via Solution-Phase Alkali Metal Doping at Room Temperature.

114. Kim, S.; Choi, H. C. ACS Omega 2020, 5, 2, 948-958. Recent Advances in Covalent Organic Frameworks for Molecule-Based Two-Dimensional Materials. <Review Paper>

113.​ Park, Y.; Koo, J. Y.; Kim, S.; Choi, H. C. ACS Omega 2019, 4, 18423–18427. Spontaneous Formation of Gold Nanoparticles on Graphene by Galvanic Reaction through Graphene. <Supplementary Cover>

112. Lee, J.; Cho, H.; Choi, H. C. ACS Appl. Electron. Mater. 2019, 1, 10, 2174-2183. Exfoliated Graphite Electrodes for Organic Single Crystal Field Effect Transistor Device

111. Park, J.#; Koo, J. Y.#; Choi, H. C. CrystEngComm. 2019, 41, 4136-4140. An efficient approach to modulate the coordination number of yttrium ions for diverse network formation (# these authors contributed equally to this work) <Outside Back Cover>

110. Kim, S.; Choi, H. C. Commun. Chem. 2019, 2, 60. Light-Promoted Synthesis of Highly-Conjugated Crystalline Covalent Organic Framework.

109. Park, C.#; Lee, J.#; Lee, M.;Yoon, T.; Choi, H. C. Carbon  2019, 145, 31-37. Position-selective solution phase growth of fullerene crystals. (# these authors contributed equally to this work)

108. Kwon, T.#; Koo, J. Y.#; Choi, H. C. Cryst. Growth Des. 2019, 19, 2, 551-555. Surface-Mediated Recrystallization for Highly Conducting Organic Radical Crystal. (# these authors contributed equally to this work)

107. Song, I.; Choi, H. C. Chem. Eur. J. 2019, 25, 1337–2344. Revealing the Role of Gold in the Growth of Two‐dimensional Molybdenum Disulfide by Surface Alloy Formation. (Appears in Hot Topic: Gold)

106. Park, Y.#; Koo, J. Y.#; Choi, H. C. Cryst. Growth Des.  2018, 18 ,12, 7239-7243.  Additive-free Morphology Control of Organic Polyhedral Molecular Crystals by the Anti-solvent Molecular Geometry: from Rod, Disk to Cube. (# these authors contributed equally to this work) <Front Cover>

105. Kim, S.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C. ACS Appl. Nano Mater. 2018, 1 ,10, 5419-5424.  Organobismuth Molecular Crystals for Organic Topological Insulators.

104. Song, I.; Park, Y.; Cho, H.; Choi, H. C. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, 57 (47), 15374–15378. Transfer‐Free, Large‐Scale Growth of High‐Quality Graphene on Insulating Substrate by Physical Contact of Copper Foil.

103. Lee, M.; Park, C.; Kim, J.; Lee, J.; Kim, S.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 201810 (40), pp 33773–33778. Morphology-retained Photo-conversion Reaction of Anthracene Single Crystal: A New Approach for Organic Heterostructures.

102. Kim, S.; Lim, H.; Lee, J.; Choi, H. C. Langmuir  2018,  34, 8731–8738. Synthesis of a Scalable Two-Dimensional Covalent Organic Framework (COF) by Photon-assisted Imine Condensation Reaction on the Water Surface.

101. Ahn, Y.;  Park, Y.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C. Mol. Syst. Des. Eng. 2018, 3, 604-608. Crystallisation of Organic Molecules with Remarkably Suppressed Coffee-ring Effect by Drop-drying Process Using Binary Solvent Core-shell Droplets.

100. Hong, M.; Yang, C.; Wong, R.; Nakao, A.; Choi, H. C.; Byon, H. R. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 6190–6193. Determining the Facile Routes for Oxygen Evolution Reaction by In situ Probing of Li–O2 Cells with Conformal Li2O2 Films.

99. Lee, J.#; Park, C.#; Song, I.; Koo, J. Y.; Yoon, T.; Kim, J. S.; Choi, H. C. Sci. Rep. 2018, 8, 7617. Highly reproducible alkali metal doping system for organic crystals through enhanced diffusion of alkali metal by secondary thermal activation. (# these authors contributed equally to this work)

98. Lee, M.; Song, I.; Hong, M.; Koo, J. Y.; Choi, H. C. Adv. Funct. Mater. 201728, 1703509. Single-Component-based White Light PL Emission via Selective Photooxidation in an Organic–Polymer Hybrid System.

97. Kim, S.; Park, C.; Lee, M.; Song, I.; Kim, J.; Lee, M.; Jung, J.; Kim, Y.; Lim, H.; Choi, H. C. Adv. Funct. Mater. 2017, 27, 1700925. Rapid Photochemical Synthesis of Sea-Urchin-Shaped Hierarchical Porous COF-5 and its Lithography-Free  Patterned Growth.

96. Park, Y.; Hong, M.; Koo, J. Y.; Lee, M.; Lee, J.; Moon, D. J.; Sohn, S. H.; Joo, T.; Lim, W. T.; Lim, H.; Choi, H. C. Sci. Rep.  2017, 7, 2582. Reverse Anti-solvent Crystallization Process for the Facile Synthesis of Zinc Tetra(4-pyridyl)porphyrin Single Crystalline Cubes.

95. Wulfeding, D.; Kim, H.; Yang, I.; Jeong, J.; Barros, K.; Kato, Y.; Marting, I.; Ayala-Valenzuela, O. E.; Lee, M.; Choi, H. C.; Ronning, F.; Civaled, L.; Baumbach, R. E.; Bauer, E. D.; Thompson, J. D.; Movshovich, R.; Kim, J. Sci. Rep. 2017, 7, 46296. Domain engineering of the metastable domains in the 4f-uniaxial-ferromagnet CeRu2Ga2B.

94. Kim, Y.; Park, J.; Song, I.; Ok, J. M.; Jo, Y.; Watanabe, K.; Taniquchi, T.; Choi, H. C.; Lee, D. S.; Jung, S.; Kim, J. S. Sci. Rep. 2016, 6, 38068. Broken-Symmetry Quantum Hall States in Twisted Bilayer Graphene.

93. Kim, H,; Slusar, T. V.; Wulferding, D.; Yang, I.; Cho, J.-C.; Lee, M.; Choi, H. C.; Jeong, Y. H.; Kim, H.-T.; Kim, J. Appl. Phys. Lett. 2016, 109, 233104. Direct observation of the M2 phase with its Mott transition in a VO2 film.

92. Pradhan, M.; Song, I.; Lee, J.; Lee, M.; Park, C.; Choi, H. C.* RSC Adv. 2016, 6, 106960. Large-area two-dimensional bismuth selenide crystals synthesized by solution-based control of the nucleation environment

91. Kim, S. Y.; Kim, Y.; Kang, C.-J.; An, E.-S.; Kim, H. K.; Eom, M. J.; Lee, M.; Park, C.; Kim, T. H.; Choi, H. C.; Min, B.; Kim, J. S. ACS Nano 2016 10, 8888-8894. Layer-confined excitonic insulating phase in ultrathin Ta2NiSe5 crystals.

90. Kim, H.; Son, Y.; Lee, J.; Lee, M.; Park, S.; Cho, J.*; Choi, H. C.* Chem. Mater. 2016, 28, 6147-6151. Nanocomb Architecture Design using Germanum Selenide as High-Performance Lithium Storage Material.

89. Kim, J.; Park, C.; Song, I.; Lee, M.; Kim, H.; Choi, H. C.* Sci. Rep. 2016, 6, 32205. Unique Crystallization of Fullerenes: Fullerene Flowers.

88. Han, J. Y.; Choi, T. S.; Kim. S.; Lee, J. W.; Ha, Y.; Jeong, K. S.; Kim, H.; Choi, H. C.*; Kim, H. I.* Anal.Chem. 2016, 88, 8232-8238. Probing Distinct Fullerene Formation Processes from Carbon Precursors of Different Sizes and Structures.

87. Kim, H.; Kim, J.; Lee, M; Choi, H. C.; Kim, W. J.* Adv. Healthcare Mater. 2016, 5, 1918-1930. Stimuli-regulated Smart Graphene Oxide-Polymer Nanocarrier Facilitating Photothermal Gene Delivery and Degradation.

86. Koo, J. Y.; Yakiyama, Y.; Lee, G. R.; Lee, J.; Choi, H. C.; Morita, Y.; Kawano, M.* J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 1776. Selective Formation of Conductive Network by Radical-Induced Oxidation.


85. Seo, H.-K.; Kim, T.-S; Park, C.; Xu, W.; Baek, K.; Bae, S.-H.; Ahn, J.-H.; Kim, K.; Choi, H. C.; Lee, T.-W.* Sci. Rep. 2015. 5, 16710. Value-added Synthesis of Graphene: Recycling Industrial Carbon Waste into Electrodes for High Performance Electronic Devices.


84. Wulferding, D.#; Yang, I.#; Yang, J.; Lee, M.; Choi, H. C.; Bud'ko, S. L.; Canfield, P. C.; Yeom, H. W.; Kim, J.* Phys. Rev. B. 2015, 92, 014517 Spatially resolved penetration depth measurements and vortex manipulation in the ferromagnetic superconductivity ErNi2B2C. (# these authors contributed equally to this work)


83. Choi, I. Y.#; Lee, J.#; Ahn, H.; Lee, J.; Choi, H. C.; Park, M. J.*  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2015, 54, 10497-10501 High-Conductivity Two-Dimensional Polyaniline Nanosheets Developed on Ice Surfaces.(# these authors contributed equally to this work)


82. Kim, H.#; Son, Y.#; Park, C.; Lee M-J; Hong, M.; Kim, J.; Lee, M.; Cho, J.* Choi, H. C.*  Nano Lett. 201515, 4135-4142. Germanium Silicon Alloy Anode Material Capable of Tunable Overpotential by Nanoscale Si Segregation.(# these authors contributed equally to this work)


81. Kim, J.; Park, C.*; Choi, H. C.*  Chem. Mater. 2015, 27, 2408-2413. Selective Growth of C70 Crystal in a Mixed Solvent System : From Cube to Tube. <Editor's Choice>


80. Hong, M.; Choi, H. C.*; Byon, H. R.*  Chem. Mater. 2015, 272234-2241. Nanoporous NiO plates with a unique role for promoted oxidation of carbonate and carboxylate species in the Li-O2 battery.


79. Song, I.; Park, C.; Choi, H. C.* RSC Adv. 20155, 7495-7514. Synthesis and Properties of Molybdenum Disulphide: from Bulk to Atomic Layers. <Review Paper>


78. Cho, H.; Kim, S. D.; Han, T.-H.; Song, I.; Byun, J.-W.; Kim, Y.-H.; Kwon, S.; Bae, S.-H.; Choi, H. C.; Ahn, J.-H.; Lee, T.-W. 2D Mater. 2015, 2, 014002. Improvement of Work Function and Hole Injection Efficiency of Graphene Anode Using CHF3 Plasma Treatment.  (Highlighted as Special Issue Article)

77. Sung, J. H.; Heo, H.; Hwang, I.; Lim, M.; Lee, D.; Kang, K.; Choi, H. C.; Park, J-H.; Jhi, S-H.; Jo, M-H.*  Nano Lett. 2014, 144030-4035. Atomic Layer-by-Layer Thermoelectric Conversion in Topological Insulator Bismuth/Antimony Tellurides.


76. Park, C.; Park, J-E.; Choi, H. C.*  Acc. Chem. Res. 2014, 47, 2353-2364. Crystallization-Induced Properties from Morphology-Controlled Organic Crystals.


75. Kwon, W.; Kim, Y-H.; Lee, C-L.; Lee, M.; Choi, H. C.; Lee, T-W.; Rhee, S-W.*  Nano Lett. 201414, 1306-1311. Electroluminescence from Graphene Quantum Dots Prepared by Amidative Cutting of Tattered Graphite.


74. Zhao, Y.#; Hong, M.#; Mercier, N. B.; Yu, G.; Choi, H. C.; Byon, H. R.*  Nano Lett. 2014, 141085-1092. A 3.5 V Lithium-Iodine Hybrid Redox Battery with Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotube Current Collector.  (# these authors contributed equally to this work)


73. Song, I.; Park, C.; Hong, M.; Baik, J.; Shin, H-J.; Choi, H. C.*  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 531266-1269. Patternable Large-Scale Molybdenium Disulfide Atomic Layers Grown by Gold-Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition. <Inside Back Cover, Highlighted in many newspapers>

72.  Lee, K. Y.; Kim, M.; Noh, J-S.; Choi, H. C.; Lee, W.*  J. Mater. Chem A  20131, 13890-13895. Novel surfactant-free multi-branched gold stars characterized by inverse photocurrent.


71.  Kim, J.; Park, C.; Park, J. E.; Chu, K.; Choi, H. C.* ACS Nano 2013, 7, 9122 - 9128. Vertical Crystallization of C60 Nanowires by Solvent Vapor Annealing Process.


70.  Lee, M.; Park, J. E.; Park, C.; Choi, H. C.* Langmuir 201329, 9967-9971. Synthesis of p-type semiconducting phenothiazine exfoliatable layered crystal.


69.  Kim, H.#; Song, I.#; Park, C.; Son, M.; Hong, M.; Kim, Y.; Kim, J. S.; Shin, H.; Baik, J.; Choi, H. C.* ACS Nano 201376575-6582. Copper Vapor-Assisted Direct Growth of High Quality and Metal-Free Single Layer Graphene on Amorphous SiO2 Substrate. (# these authors contributed equally to this work)


68.  Wen, R.; Hong, M.; Byon, H. R.* J. Am. Chem. Soc. 201313510870-10876. In situ AFM imaging of Li-O2 electrochemical reaction on HOPG with ether-based electrolyte.


67.  Yu, S. U.; Cho, Y.; Park, B.; Kim, N.; Youn, I. S.; Son, M.; Kim, J. K.; Choi, H. C.; Kim, K. S.*  Chem. Commun201349, 5474-5476. Fast benchtop visualization of graphene grain boundaries using adhesion property of defects.


66. Kim, H.; Son, Y.; Park, C.; Cho, J.*; Choi, H. C.* Angew. Chem. Int. Ed2013, 525997-6001. Catalyst-free Direct Growth of a Single to a Few Layers of Graphene on a Germanium Nanowire for the Anode Material of a Lithium Battery. <Hot paper>


65.  Kim, Y.; Yun H.; Nam S.-G.; Son. M.; Lee D. S.; Kim D. C.; S. Seo.; Choi, H. C.; Lee H.-J.; Lee S. W.; Kim J. S. Phys. Rev. Lett.  2013, 11096602. Breakdown of the interlayer coherence in twisted bilayer graphene.

64. Park, J. E.; Son, M.; Hong, M.; Lee, G.; Choi, H. C.  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2012516383-6388. Crystal Plane-Dependent Photoluminescence Activity of Pentacene 1D Wire and 2D Disk Crystals.


63. Song, H. J.#; Son, M.#; Park, C.; Lim, H.; Levendorf, M. P.; Tsen, A. W.; Park, J.; Choi, H. C.*  Nanoscale 2012, 43050-3054.  Large scale metal-free synthesis of graphene on sapphire and transfer-free device fabrication.  (# these authors contributed equally to this work)


62. Moon, H. K.; Son, M.; Park, J. E.; Yoon, S. M.; Lee, S. H.* ; Choi, H. C.* NPG Asia Mater. 2012, 4, e12. Significant increase in the water dispersibility of zinc phthalocyanine nanowires and its application in cancer phototherapy.<Highlighted in many newspapers>

61.  Havener, R. W.; Tsen, A. W.; Choi, H. C.*; Park, J.* NPG Asia Mater. 2011, 3, 91-99. Laser-based imaging of individual carbon nanosturcutres.


60.  Son, M.; Lim, H.; Hong, M.; Choi, H. C. Nanoscale 2011, 3, 3089-3093Direct Growth of Graphene Pad on Exfoliated Hexagonal Boron Nitride Surface.


59. Lim, H.; Song, H. J.; Son, M.; Baik, J. Y.; Shin, H. -J.*; Choi, H. C.* Chem. Commun. 2011478608-8610. The unique photoemission from single-layer graphene on SiO2 layer by substrate charging effect.


58. Marti-Rujas, J.; Islam N.; Hashizume, D.; Izumi, F.; Fujita, M.; Song, H. J.; Choi, H. C.; Kawano, M. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2011, 50, 6105-6108. Ab Initio Powder Diffraction Structure Analysis of a Host–Guest Network: Short Contacts between Tetrathiafulvalene Molecules in a Pore.


57. Yoon, S. M.#; Lee, J.#; Je, J. H.; Choi, H. C.*; Yoon, M.* ACS Nano 201152923-2929. Optical Waveguiding and Lasing Action in Porphyrin Rectangular Microtube with Subwavelength Wall Thicknesses.  (# these authors contributed equally to this work)


56. Byun, S. -J.; Lim, H.; Shin, G. -Y.; Shin, H. -J.; Han, T. -H.; Oh, S. H.; Ahn, J.-H.; Choi, H. C.; Lee, T.-W. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2011, 2, 493-497. Graphene converted from polymers.

55. Park, C.; Yoon, E.; Kawano, M.; Joo, T.; Choi, H. C.* Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2010, 49, 9670-9675. Self-crystallization of C70 Cubes and Remarkable Enhancement of Photoluminescence.<Hot paper, Highlighted in NPG Asia Materials>


54. Shin, H. S.; Lim, H.; Song, H. J.; Shin, H. -J.; Park, S. -M.; Choi, H. C. J. Mater. Chem. 2010207183-7188. Spontaneous Electron Transfer from C60 to Au Ions: Oxidation of C60 and Hole Doping.


53. Lim, H.; Lee, J.; Shin, H.-J.; Shin, H. S.*; Choi, H. C.* Langmuir 20102612278-12284. The Spatially Resolved Spontaneous Reactivity of Diazonium Salt on Edge and Basal Plane of Graphene without Surfactant and Its Doping Effect.


52. Yang, J.; Lim, H.; Choi, H. C.*; Shin, H. S.* Chem. Commun2010, 46, 2575-2577. Wavelength-Selective Silencing of Photocurrent in Au-coated C60 Wire Hybrid.


51. Yoon, S. M.; Song, H. J.; Choi, H. C. Adv. Mater. 2010, 222164-2167. P-type Semiconducting GeSe Combs by Vaporization-Condensation-Recrystallization (VCR) Process.


50. Yoon, S. M.; Song, H. J.; Hwang, I. C.; Kim, K. S.; Choi, H. C. Chem. Commun. 2010231-233. Single Crystal Structure of Copper Hexadecafluorophthalocyanine (F16CuPc) Ribbon.<Hot Article>


49. Lim, H.; Song, H. J.; Lee, Y.; Shin, H. J.; Choi, H. C. Langmuir 2010, 26, 1464-1467. Carbon Nanotube Schottky Diode via Selective Electrochemical Metal Deposition.

48. Moon, H. K.; Lee, S. H.; Choi, H. CACS Nano 20093, 3707-3713. In Vivo Near-Infrared Mediated Tumor Destruction by Photothermal Effect of Carbon Nanotubes.<Highlighted in many domestic newspapers>


47. Lee, K. Y.; Han, S. W.; Choi, H. C. Bull. Korean Chem. Soc. 2009, 30, 3113-3116. Organic-Free Au–Pd Alloys on Germanium Substrate via Spontaneous Galvanic Displacement Reaction.


46. Kim, S.; Kim, T. G.; Byon, H. R.; Shin, H.; Ban, C.; Choi, H. C. J. Phys. Chem. B 2009113, 12164-12168. Recognition of Single Mismatched DNA using MutS-Immobilized Carbon Nanotube-Field Effect Transistor Devices.


45. Song, H. J.; Yoon, S. M.; Shin, H.; Lim, H.; Park, C.; Choi. H. CChem. Commun. 2009, 5124-5126. Growth of germanium nanowires using liquid GeCl4 precursor: The critical role of Si impurity.


44. Park, C.; Song, H. J.; Choi. H. C. Chem. Commun. 2009, 4803-4805. The Critical Effect of Solvent Geometry on the Determination of Fullerene (C60) Self-assembly into Dot, Wire, and Disk Structures.


43. Lim, H.; Shin, H. S.; Song, H. J.; Choi. H. C. Nanotechnology 200920, 145601. Conversion of Single Crystalline C60 Nanodisks and Nanorods into Graphitic Nanostructures via Hydrogen Thermal Annealing.


42. Yoon, S. M.; Hwang, I. C.; Kim, K. S.; Choi, H. C. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 200948, 2506-2509. Synthesis of Single Crystal Tetra(4-pyridyl)porphyrin Rectangular Nanotubes in Vapor Phase.


41. Shin, H. S.; Sohn, J. I.; Kim, D. C.; Huck, W. T. S.; Welland, M. E.; Choi, H. C.; Kang, D. J. Nanotechnology 2009, 20, 085601. Density Control of ZnO Nanowires Grown Using Au Nanoparticles and Their Growth Behavior.


40. Lee, Y.; Jeon, K.; Lim, H; Shin, H. S.; Jin, S. M.; Byon, H. R.; Suh, Y. D.*; Choi, H. C.* Small 20095, 1398-1402. Silencing of Metallic Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes via Spontaneous Hydrosilylation.

39. Byon, H. R.; Kim, S.; Choi, H. C. Nano: Brief Reports and Reviews 20083, 415. Label-free biomolecular detection using carbon nanotube field-effect transistors.


38. Byon, H. R.; Chung, B.; Chang, T.; Choi, H. C. Chem. Mater200820, 6600-6605. Direct formation of SiO2nanohole arrays via iron nanoparticle-induced carbothermal reduction.


37. Moon, H. K.; Chang C. I.; Lee D. K.*; Choi H. C.* Nano Res. 20081, 351-360. The Nuclease Effect on the Cellular Internalization of Fluorescent Labeled DNA-functionalized SWNT.<Front Cover>


36. Koh,  J.; Kim, B.; Hong S.; Choi H. C.; Lim H. J. Mater. Sci. Technol. 200824, 1. Nanotube-Based Chemical and Biomolecular Sensors. 


35. Chi, Y. S.; Byon, H. R.; Lee, B. S.; Kong, B.; Choi, H. C.*; Choi, I. S.* Adv. Funct. Mater. 200818, 3395-3402. Polymeric ruler: distance-dependent emission behaviors of fluorophores on gold.


34. Lim, H.; Shin, H. S.; Shin, H. J.; Choi, H. C. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008130, 2160-2461. Lithium Ions Intercalated into Pyrene-Fuunctionalized Carbon Nanotubes and Their Mass Transport : A Chemical Route to Carbon Nanotube Schottky Diode.


33. Byon, H. R.; Choi, H. CNano Lett. 2008, 8, 178-182. Mobile iron nanoparticle and its role in the formation of SiO2 nanotrench via carbon nanotube-guided carbothermal reduction.  <Highlighted in NPG Asia Materials>


32. Shin, H. S*; Yoon, S. M.*; Tang, Q.; Chon, B.; Joo, T.; Choi, H. C. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 200847, 693-696 Synthesis of Highly Selective C60 Disks on Graphite Substrate by Vapor Solid Process.<Selected Hot Paper>


31. Song, H. J.; Lee, Y.; Jiang, T.; Kussow, A.; Lee, M.; Hong, S.; Kwon, Y.*; Choi, H. C.* J. Phys. Chem. C  2008, 112, 629-634. Self-clusterized glycines on single walled carbon nanotubes for alcohol sensing.

30. Woo, S.; Lee, Y.; Sunkara, V.; Cheedarala, R.; Shin, H. S.; Choi, H. C.*; Park, J. W.* Langmuir 2007, 23,.11373-11376. Fingertip-Guided Noncovalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes by Dendrons.


29. Yoon, S. M.; Hwang, I. C.; Shin, N.; Ahn, D.; Lee, S. J.; Lee, J. Y.; Choi, H. C. Langmuir  2007, 23, 11875-11882. Vaporization-condensation-recrystallization process mediated synthesis of helical m-aminobenzoic acid nanobelts.


28. Tang, Q.; Moon, H. K.; Lee, Y.; Yoon, S. M.; Song, H. J.; Lim, H.; Choi, H. C. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007,129, 11018-11019. Redox-mediated negative differential resistance behavior from metalloproteins connected through carbon nanotube nanogap electrodes.


27. Byon, H. R.; Lim, H.; Song, H. J.; Choi, H. C. Bull. Korean Chem. Soc. 200728, 2056-2060. A synthesis of high purity single-walled carbon nanotubes from small diameters of cobalt nanoparticles by using oxygen-assisted chemical vapor deposition process.


26. Chi, Y. S.; Byon, H. R.; Choi, H. C.*; Choi, I. S.* ChemBioChem 20078, 1380-1387. A non-covalent approach to the construction of Tween20-based protein microarrays.


25. Shin, H. S.; Jang, Y. S.; Lee, Y.; Jung, Y.; Kim, S. B.; Choi, H. C. Adv. Mater. 200719, 2873-2876. Photoinduced self-assembly of TiO2 and SiO2 nanoparticles on sidewalls of single-walled carbon nanotubes.


24. Byon, H. R.; Choi, H. C. Nat. Nanotechnol. 20072, 162-166. Carbon nanotube guided formation of silicon oxide nanotrecnches.<Highlighted in many newspapers>


23. Tang, Q.; Song, H. J.; Byon, H. R.; Yang, H. J.; Choi, H. C. Langmuir 2007, 23, 2800-2804. Direct precursor conversion reaction for densely packed Ag2S nanocrystal thin films.

22. Tang, Q.; Yoon, S. M.; Yang, H. J.; Lee, Y.; Song, H. J.; Byon, H. R.; Choi, H. C. Langmuir 200622, 2802-2805. Selective degradation of chemical bonds: from single-source molecular precursors to metallic Ag and semiconducting Ag2S nanocrystals via instant thermal activation.

21. Byon, H. R.; Choi, H. C. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006, 128, 2188-2189. Network single walled carbon nanotube field effect transistors (SWNT-FETs) with increased Schottky contact area for highly sensitive biosensor applications.


20. Yoon, S. M.; Choi, H. C. Curr. Appl. Phys. 20066, 747-751. A facile synthetic route using autogenerated air bubbles for the spontaneous formation of nanostructures.

19. Yang, H. J.; Song, H. J.; Shin, H. J.; Choi, H. C. Langmuir 2005219098-9102. A rapid synthesis of iron phosphate nanoparticles via surface mediated spontaneous reaction for the growth of high yield single walled carbon nanotubes.


18. Yoon, S. M.; Choi, H. C. Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 879E, Warrendale, PA2005, Z7.1. Autogenerated air bubbles for the spontaneous formation of nanostructures.


17. Lee, Y.; Song, H. J.; Shin, H. S.; Shin, H. J.; Choi, H. C. Small  20051, 975-979. Spontaneous formation of transition metal nanoparticles on single walled carbon nanotubes.


16. Byon, H. R.; Hong, B. J.; Gho, Y. S.; Park, J. W.; Choi, H. C. ChemBioChem 20056, 1331-1334. Pseudo 3D single walled carbon nanotubes for BSA-free protein chip.

15. Chen, R.*; Choi, H. C.*; Bansaruntip, S.; Yenilmez, E.; Tang, X.; Wang, Q.; Chang, Y.- L.; Dai. H. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2004126, 1563-1568. An investigation of the mechanisms of electronic sensing of protein adsorption on carbon nanotube devices.


14. Choi, H. C.; Kundaria, S.; Wang, D. W.; Javey, A.; Wang, Q.; Rolandi, M.; Dai, H. Nano Lett. 20033, 157-161. Efficient formation of iron nanoparticle catalysts on silicon oxide by hydroxylamine for carbon nanotube synthesis and electronics.


13. Choi, H. C.; Kim, W.; Wang, D. W.; Dai, H. J. Phys. Chem. B2002106, 12361-12365. Delivery of catalytic metal species onto surfaces with dendrimer carriers for the synthesis of carbon nanotubes with narrow diameter distribution.


12. Choi, H. C.; Shim, M.; Bangsaruntip, S.; Dai, H. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002124, 9058-9059. Spontaneous reduction of metal ions on the sidewalls of carbon nanotubes.

11. Kim, W.; Choi, H. C.; Shim, M.; Li, M.; Wang, D.; Dai, H. Nano. Lett. 20022, 703-708. Synthesis of ultralong and high percentage of semiconduction single-walled carbon nanotubes.


10. Porter, L.; Choi, H. C.; Ribbe, A, E.; Buriak, J. M. Nano. Lett20022, 1067-1071. Controlled electroless deposition of noble metal nanoparticle films on germanium surfaces.


9. Porter, L.; Choi, H. C.; Schmeltzer, J. M.; Ribbe, A, E.; Buriak, J. M. Nano. Lett. 20022, 1369-1372. Electroless nanoparticle film deposition compatible with photolithography, microcontact printing, and Dip-Pen nanolithography patterning technologies.


8. Choi, H. C.; Buriak, J. M. Chem. Commun. 2001, 1614-1615. Positive and negative photopatterning of metal oxides on silicon via bipolar electrochemical deposition.


7. Choi, H. C.; Buriak, J. M. Chem. Mater. 200012, 2151-2156. Effects of organic monolayer formation on electrochemiluminescence behavior of porous silicon.


6. Choi, H. C.; Buriak, J. M. Chem. Commun2000, 1669-1670. Preparation and functionalization of hydride terminated porous germanium.


5. Stewart, M. P.; Robins, E. G.; Geders, T. W.; Allen, M. J.; Choi, H. C.; Buriak, J. M. Physica Status Solidi (a) 2000, 182, 109. Three methods for stabilization and functionalization of porous silicon surfaces via hydrosilylation and electrografting reactions.


4. Buriak, J. M.; Stewart, M. P.; Geders, T. W.; Allen, M. J.; Choi, H. C.; Smith, J.; Raftery, D.; Canham, L. T. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1999, 121, 11491-11502. Lewis acid mediated hydrosilylation on porous silicon surfaces.


3. Heo, N. H.; Kim, S. H.; Choi, H. C.; Jung, S. W.; Seff, K. J. Phys. Chem. B. 1998, 102, 17-23. Crystal structure of indium-exchanged zeolite a containing sorbed disulfur.

2. Heo, N. H.; Choi, H. C.; Seff, K. Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis. 1997105, 2331-2338. Complete redox exchange of indium for Tl+ in zeolite A. Synthesis and crystal structure of fully indium-exchanged zeolite A Progress in Zeolite and Microporous Materials, Part A-C.


1. Heo, N. H.; Choi, H. C.; Jung, S. W.; Park, M. Seff, K. J. Phys. Chem. B. 1997, 101, 5531-5539. Complete redox exchange of indium for Tl+ in zeolite A. Crystal structures of anhydrous Tl12-A and In10-A·In. Indium appears as In2+, In+, and In0. The clusters(In5)8+ and (In3)2+ are proposed.

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