Pan Group
College of Engineering &
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Georgia
UGA Mark
Riverbend Research South Bldg. 223
220 Riverbend Road
Athens, GA 30602
Tel: (706) 542-4657
Fax: (706) 542-8806

Publications

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Publications


Publications List: Z.W. Pan
 
  1. K.Y. Li, G. Eres, J. Howe, Y.J. Chuang, X.F. Li, Z.J. Gu, L.T. Zhang, S.S. Xie & Z.W. Pan, “Self-assembly of graphene on carbon nanotube surfaces”, Scientific Reports 3, 2353 (2013), DOI: 10.1038/srep02353 (A Nature Publishing Group journal).
  2. Z.J. Gu, F. Liu, X.F. Li & Z.W. Pan, “Luminescent Zn2GeO4 nanorod arrays and nanowires”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 15, 7488-7493 (2013) (Cover Art).
  3. F. Liu, W.Z. Yan, Y.J. Chuang, Z.P. Zhen, J. Xie & Z.W. Pan, “Photostimulated near-infrared persistent luminescence as a new optical read-out from Cr3+-doped LiGa5O8”, Scientific Reports 3: 1554 (2013), DOI: 10.1038/srep01554 (A Nature Publishing Group journal).
  4. Z.J. Gu, F. Liu, X.F. Li & Z.W. Pan, “Luminescent GeO2-Zn2GeO4 hybrid one dimensional nanostructures”, Cryst. Eng. Comm. 15, 2904-2908 (2013).
  5. Y.F. Yue, Z.A. Qiao, X.F. Li, A.J. Binder, E. Formo, Z.W. Pan, C.C. Tian, Z.H. Bi & S. Dai, “Nanostructured zeolitic imidazolate frameworks derived from nanosized zinc oxide precursors”, Crystal Growth & Design 13, 1002-1005 (2013)
  6. X.F. Li, J.D. Budai, F. Liu, J.Y. Howe, J.H. Zhang, X.J. Wang, Z.J. Gu, C.J. Sun, R.S. Meltzer & Z.W. Pan, “New yellow Ba0.93Eu0.07Al2O4 phosphor for warm-white light-emitting diodes through single-emitting-center-conversion”, Light: Science & Application, 2, e50 (2013). DOI: 10.1038/lsa.2013.6 (A Nature Publishing Group journal).
  7. F. Liu, J. D. Budai, X.F. Li, J.Z. Tischler, J. Y. Howe, C.J. Sun, R.S. Meltzer & Z.W. Pan, “New Ternary Europium Aluminate Luminescent Nanoribbons for Advanced Photonics”, Adv. Func. Mater.23, 1998-2006 (2013) (Cover Art).
  8. W.Y. Yin, L.J. Zhou, Z.J. Gu, G. Tian, S. Jin, L. Yan, X.X. Liu, G.M. Xing, W.L. Ren, F. Liu, Z.W. Pan & Y.L. Zhao, “Lanthanide-doped GdVO4 nanophosphors with tunable emissions and their applications for biomedical imaging”, J. Mater. Chem. 22, 6974-6981 (2012).
  9. Y.C. Yang, Z.H. Xu, Z.W. Pan & X.D. Li, “Hydrogen passivation induced dispersion of multi-walled carbon nanotubes”, Adv. Mater. 24, 881-885 (2012) (Cover Art).
  10. Z.W. Pan, Y.Y. Lu & F. Liu, “Sunlight-activated near-infrared long-persistent luminescence from Cr3+-doped zinc gallogermanates”, Nature Materials, 11, 58-63 (2012) (Cover Art).
  11. Y.Y. Lu, F. Liu, Z.J. Gu & Z.W. Pan, “Long-persistent near-infrared persistent luminescence from b-Ga2O3:Cr3+ nanowires”, J. Lumin. 131, 2784-2787 (2011).
  12. Z.J. Gu, Y.C. Yang, K.Y. Li, X.Y. Tao, G. Eres, J.Y. Howe, L.T. Zhang, X.D. Li & Z.W. Pan, “Aligned carbon nanotube-reinforced silicon carbide composites produced by chemical vapor infiltration”, Carbon 49, 2475-2482 (2011).
  13. W.Z. Yan, F. Liu, Y.Y. Lu, X.J. Wang, M. Yin & Z.W. Pan, “Near infrared long-persistent phosphorescence in La3Ga5GeO14:Cr3+ phosphor”, Optics Express 18, 20215-20221 (2010).
  14. Z.J. Gu, F. Liu, X.F. Liu, J. Howe, J. Xu & Z.W. Pan, “Red, green, blue (RGB) luminescence from ZnGa2O4 nanowire arrays”, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 1, 354-357 (2010).
  15. Z.W. Pan, J. Tao, Y.M. Zhu, J.F. Huang & M.P. Paranthaman, “Spontaneous growth of ZnCO3 nanowires on ZnO nanostructures in normal ambient environment: unstable ZnO nanostructures”, Chem. Mater. 22, 149-154(2010).
  16. K.A. Meyer, K.L. Shuford, Z.J. Gu, Z.W. Pan & R.W. Shaw, “Simultaneous apertureless near-field scanning optical second harmonic generation and atomic force microscopy imaging of zinc oxide nanowires”, Appl. Spec. 64, 1-7 (2010) (Cover Art).
  17. N.Y. Yu, F. Liu, X.F. Li & Z.W. Pan, “Near infrared long-persistent phosphorescence in SrAl2O4:Eu2+,Dy3+,Er3+ phosphors based on persistent energy transfer”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 95, 231110 (2009).
  18. Z.J. Gu, F. Liu, J.Y. Howe, M.P. Paranthaman & Z.W. Pan, “Germanium-Catalyzed Hierarchical Al2O3 and SiO2 Nanowire Bunch Arrays”, Nanoscale 1, 347-354 (2009).
  19. Y.J. Chuang, X.C. Zhou, Z.W. Pan & C. Turchi, “A convenient method for synthesis of glyconanoparticles for colorimetric measuring carbohydrate-protein interactions”, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commu. 389, 22-27 (2009).
  20. Z.J. Gu, F. Liu, J. Y. Howe, M. P. Paranthaman & Z.W. Pan, “Three-Dimensional Germanium Oxide Nanowire Networks”, Crystal Growth & Design 9, 35-39 (2009).
  21. Z.J. Gu, M.P. Paranthaman, J. Xu & Z.W. Pan, “Aligned Zinc Oxide Nanorod Arrays Grown Directly on Zinc Foils and Zinc Microspheres by a Low-Temperature Oxidization Method”, ACS Nano 2, 273-278 (2009).
  22. Z.W. Pan, J.D. Budai, Z.R. Dai, W.J. Liu, M P. Paranthaman & S. Dai,” Zinc Oxide Microtowers by Vapor Phase Homoepitaxial Regrowth”, Adv. Mater. 21, 890-896 (2009). (Cover Art)
  23. Z.J. Gu, M. P. Paranthaman & Z.W. Pan, “Vapor-Phase Synthesis of Gallium Phosphide Nanowires”, Growth & Design 9, 525-527 (2009).
  24. J.D. Budai, W. Liu, J.Z. Tischler, Z.W. Pan, D.P. Norton, B.C. Larson, W. Yang & G.E. Ice, “Polychromatic X-ray micro- and nanodiffraction for spatially-resolved structural studies,” Thin Solid Films 516, 8013-8021 (2008).
  25. J. Xu, R. Ott, A.S. Sabau, Z.W. Pan, F.X. Xiu, J.L. Liu, J.M. Erie & D.P. Norton, “Generation of nitrogen acceptors in ZnO using pulse thermal processing”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 92, 151112 (2008).
  26. J.D. Budai, W. Liu, J.Z. Tischler, Z.W. Pan, D.P. Norton, B.C. Larson, W. Yang, and G.E. Ice, “Polychromatic X-ray micro- and nanodiffraction for spatially-resolved structural studies,” Thin Solid Films, 516, 8013 (2008).
  27. J. Xu, R. Ott, A.S. Sabau, Z.W. Pan, F.X. Xiu, J.L. Liu, J.M. Erie, and D.P. Norton, “Generation of nitrogen acceptors in ZnO using pulse thermal processing”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 92, 151112 (2008).
  28. H.G. Zhu, Z. Ma, J.C. Clark, Z.W. Pan, S.H. Overbury, and S. Dai.  “Low-temperature CO oxidation on Au/fumed SiO2-based catalysts prepared from Au(en)(2)Cl-3 precursor”, Applied Catalysis A-General 326, 89-99 (2007).
  29. K. Xiao, J. Tao, Z.W. Pan, A.A. Puretzky, I.N. Ivanov, Z.Q. Liu, S.J. Pennycook,, and D.B. Geohegan, “Plastic nonvolatile memory devices based on organic single crystal nanowires”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 46, 2650-2654 (2007).
  30. Ivanov, A. Puretzky, G. Eres, H. Wang, Z.W. Pan, H.T. Cui, R.Y. Jin, J. Howe, and D.B. Geohegan, “Fast and highly anisotropic thermal transport through vertically aligned carbon nanotube array”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 89, 223110 (2006).
  31. M. Monteverde, G. Garbarino, M. Nunez-Requeiro, J. Souletie, C. Acha, X. Jiang, L. Lu, Z.W. Pan, S.S. Xie, and R. Egger, “Tomonaga-luttinger liquid and coulomb blockade in multiwall carbon nanotubes under pressure”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 176401 (2006).
  32. H.G. Zhu, J.F. Huang, Z.W. Pan, and S. Dai, “Ionothermal synthesis of hierarchical ZnO nanostructures from ionic liquid precursors”, Chem Mater. 18, 4473-4477 (2006).
  33. W.F. Yan, S. Brown, Z.W. Pan, S.M. Mahurin, S.H. Overbury, and S. Dai, “Ultra-Stable Au Nanocatalyst Supported by Nanosized Non-Oxide Substrate”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 45, 3614 (2006).
  34. J.S. Wang, V.K. Kayastha, Y.K. Yap, Z.Y. Fan, J.G. Lu, Z.W. Pan, I.N. Ivanov, A.A. Puretzky, and D.B. Geohegan, “Low temperature growth of boron nitride nanotubes on substrates”, Nano Lett. 5, 2528-2532 (2005).
  35. J. Menda, B. Ulmen, L.K. Vanga, V.K. Kayastha, Y.K. Yap, Z.W. Pan, I.N. Ivanov, A.A. Puretzky, and D.B. Geohegan, “Structural control of vertically aligned multiwalled carbon nanotubes by radio-frequency plasmas”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 87, 173106 (2005).
  36. W.J. Kong, L. Lu, D.L. Zhang and Z.W. Pan, “The 1/f noise in multiwalled carbon nanotubes”, Chinese Physics 14, 2090-2092 (2005).
  37. Z.W. Pan, S. Dai, and D.H. Lowndes, “Gallium-catalyzed silicon oxide nanowire growth”, Tsinghua Sci. Technol. 10, 277-287 (2005) (invited article).
  38. W.F. Yan, S.M. Mahurin, Z.W. Pan, S.H. Overbury, and S. Dai, “Ultra-stable Au nanocatalysts supported on surface-modified TiO2 nanocrystals”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 10480-10481 (2005).
  39. H.G. Zhu, Z.W. Pan, E.W. Hagaman, C.D. Liang, S.H. Overbury, and S. Dai, “Facile one-pot synthesis of gold nanoparticles stabilized with bifunctional amino/siloxy liands”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 287, 360-365 (2005).
  40. V.K. Kayastha, Y.K. Yap, Z.W. Pan, I.N. Ivanov, A.A. Puretzky, and D.B. Geohegan, “High-density vertically aligned multiwalled carbon nanotubes with tubular structures”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 86, 253105 (2005).
  41. Z.W. Pan, S.M. Mahurin, S. Dai, and D.H. Lowndes, “Nanowire array gratings with ZnO combs”, Nano Letters. 5, 723-727 (2005).
  42. Z.W. Pan, S. Dai, and D.H. Lowndes, “Straight single-crystalline germanium nanowires and their patterns grown on sol-gel prepared gold/silica substrates”, Sold State Commu. 134, 251-255 (2005).
  43. Z.W. Pan, S. Dai, C.M. Rouleau, and D.H. Lowndes, “Germanium-catalyzed growth of zinc oxide nanowires: a semiconductor catalyst for nanowire synthesis”, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 44, 274-278 (2005).
  44. H.G. Zhu, Z.W. Pan, B. Chen, B.H. Lee, S.M. Mahurin, S.H. Overbury, and S. Dai, “Synthesis of the ordered mixed titania and silica mesostructured monolith for gold catalysts”, J. Phys. Chem. B. 108, 20038-20044 (2004).
  45. Z.J. Li, Z.W. Pan, and S. Dai, “Nitrogen adsorption characterization of aligned multiwalled carbon nanotubes and their acid modification”, J. Colloid Interface Sci. 277, 35-42 (2004).
  46. F. Zhou, L. Lu, D.L. Zhang, Z.W. Pan, and & S.S. Xie, “Linear conductance of multiwalled carbon nanotubes at high temperature”, Sold State Commu. 129, 407-410 (2004).
  47. E. Comini, V. Guidi, C. Martinelli, Z.W. Pan, G. Sberveglieri, and Z.L. Wang, “Electrical properties of tin oxide two-dimensional nanostructures”, J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 1882-1887 (2004).
  48. Z.T. Zhang, Z.W. Pan, S.M. Mahurin, and S. Dai, “Synthesis of ultrahigh-density ordered arrays of metallic nickel nanowires in mesoporous silica film”, Chem. Comm. 20, 2584-2585 (2003).
  49. Z.W. Pan, S. Dai, D.B. Beach, and D.H. Lowndes, “Liquid gallium ball/crystalline silicon polyhedrons/aligned silicon oxide nanowires sandwich structure: an interesting nanowire growth route”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 83, 3159-3161 (2003) (Cover).
  50. Z.W. Pan, S. Dai, D.B. Beach, and D.H. Lowndes, “Temperature dependence of morphologies of aligned silicon oxide nanowire assemblies catalyzed by molten gallium”, Nano Letters 3, 1279-1284 (2003) (Cover).
  51. W. Yi, L. Lu, H. Hu, Z.W. Pan, and S.S. Xie, “Tunneling into multiwalled carbon nanotubes: coulomb blockade and fano resonance”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 076801-4 (2003).
  52. L. Lu, N. Kang, W.J. Kong, D.L. Zhang, Z.W. Pan, and S.S. Xie, “The unconventional electric properties of multiwall carbon nanotubes”, Physica E 18, 214-215 (2003).
  53. Z.W. Pan, H.G. Zhu, Z.T. Zhang, H.J. Im, S. Dai, D.B. Beach, and D.H. Lowndes, “Hierarchically ordered carbon tubes”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 371, 433-437 (2003).
  54. Z.W. Pan, S. Dai, D.B. Beach, N.D. Evans, and D.H. Lowndes, “Gallium-mediated growth of multiwall carbon nanotubes”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 82, 1947-1949 (2003).
  55. Z.W. Pan, H.G. Zhu, Z.T. Zhang, H.J. Im, S. Dai, D.B. Beach, and D.H. Lowndes, “Patterned growth of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes on pre-patterned iron/silica substrates prepared by sol-gel and shadow masking”, J. Phys. Chem. B 107, 1338-1344 (2003).
  56. N. Kang, L. Lu, W.J. Kong, J.S. Hu, Y.P. Wang, D.L. Zhang, Z.W. Pan, and S.S. Xie, “Observation of a logarithmic temperature dependence of thermoelectric power in multiwall carbon nanotubes”, Phys. Rev. B 67, 033404-7 (2003).
  57. Z.R. Dai, Z.W. Pan, and Z.L. Wang, “Novel nanostructures of functional oxides synthesized by thermal evaporation”, Adv. Funct. Mater. 13, 9-24 (2003) (Feature article + Cover).
  58. M.S. Arnold, P. Avouris, Z.W. Pan, and Z.L. Wang, “Field-effect transistors based on single semiconducting oxide nanobelts”, J. Phys. Chem. B 107, 659-663 (2003).
  59. N. Kang, J.S. Hu, W.J. Kong, L. Lu, D.L. Zhang, Z.W. Pan, and S.S. Xie, “Consistent picture of strong electron correlation from magnetoresistance and tunneling conductance measurements in multiwall carbon nanotubes”, Phys. Rev. B 66, 241403-241406 (2002).
  60. K. Mcguire, Z.W. Pan, Z.L. Wang, D. Milkie, J. Menéndez & A. M. Rao, “Raman studies of semiconducting oxide nanobelts”, J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2, 499-502 (2002).
  61. E. Comini, G. Faglia, G. Sberveglieri, Z. W. Pan, and Z.L. Wang, “Stable and high-sensitive gas sensors based on semiconducting oxide nanobelts”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 81, 1869-1871 (2002).
  62. S.S. Xie, W.Y. Zhou, Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, W.Z. Li, L. Lu, L.F. Sun, Z.Q. Liu & D.S. Tang, “Fabrication, characterization and property of aligned multi-walled carbon nanotubes”, Int. J. Nonliner Sci. 3, 731-732 (2002).
  63. Z.L. Wang, and Z.W. Pan, “Junctions and networks of SnO nanoribbon”, Adv. Mater. 14, 1029-1032 (2002).
  64. Z.R. Dai, Z.W. Pan, and Z.L. Wang, “Growth and structure evolution of novel tin oxide diskettes”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 124, 8673-8680 (2002).
  65. D.S. Tang, S.S. Xie, Z.W. Pan, L.F. Sun, Z.Q. Liu, X.P. Zou, Y.B. Li, L.J. Ci, W. Liu, and W.Y. Zhou, “Preparation of monodispersed multi-walled carbon nanotubes in chemical vapor deposition”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 356, 563-566 (2002).
  66. Z.W. Pan, Z.R. Dai, Chris Ma, and Z.L. Wang, “Molten gallium as a catalyst for the large-scale growth of highly aligned silica nanowires”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 124, 1817-1822 (2002).
  67. Z.L. Wang & Z.W. Pan, “Nanobelts of semiconductive oxides: a structurally and morphologically controlled nanomaterials system”, International Journals of Nanoscience 1, 41-51 (2002).
  68. Z.R. Dai, Z.W. Pan, and Z.L. Wang, “Gallium oxide nanoribbons and nanosheets”, J. Phys. Chem. B 106, 902-904 (2002).
  69. Z.L. Wang, Z.W. Pan, and Z.R. Dai, “Structures of oxide nanobelts and nanowires”, Microscopy and Microanalysis 8, 467-474 (2002) (+Cover).
  70. Z.W. Pan, Z.R. Dai, and Z.L. Wang, “Lead oxide nanobelts and phase transformation induced by electron beam irradiation”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 80, 309-311 (2002).
  71. Z.L. Wang, R.P. Gao, P. Poncharal, W.A. deHeer, Z.R. Dai, and Z.W. Pan, “Mechanical and electrostatic properties of carbon nanotubes and nanowires”, Mater. Sci. Eng. C 16, 3-10 (2001).
  72. Z.L. Wang, R.P. Gao, Z.W. Pan, and Z.R. Dai, “Nano-scale mechanics of nanotubes, nanowires, and nanobelts”, Adv. Eng. Mater. 3, 657-661 (2001).
  73. Z.R. Dai, Z.W. Pan, and Z.L. Wang, "Ultra-long single crystalline nanoribbos of tin oxide", Sold State Commu. 118, 351-354 (2001).
  74. Z.W. Pan, Z.R. Dai, L. Xu, S.T. Lee, and Z.L. Wang, "Temperature controlled growth of silicon-based nanostructures by thermal evaporation of SiO powders", J. Phys. Chem. B 105, 2507-2514 (2001).
  75. R.P. Gao, Z.W. Pan, and Z. L. Wang, "Work function at the tips of multi-walled carbon nanotubes", Appl. Phys. Lett. 78, 1757-1759 (2001).
  76. Z.W. Pan, Z.R. Dai, and Z.L. Wang, "Nanobelts of semiconducting oxides", Science 291, 1947-1949 (2001).
  77. H.Y. Peng, Z.W. Pan, L. Xu, X.H. Fan, N. Wang, C.S. Lee, and S.T. Lee, “Temperature dependence of Si nanowire morphology”, Adv. Mater. 13, 317-320 (2001).
  78. Z.W. Pan, Frederik C.K. Au, H.L. Lai, W.Y. Zhou, L.F. Sun, Z.Q. Liu, D.S. Tang, C.S. Lee, S.T. Lee, and S.S. Xie, “Very low-field emission from aligned and opened carbon nanotube arrays”, J. Phys. Chem. B 105, 1519-1522 (2001).
  79. W.S. Shi, H.Y. Peng, Y.F. Zheng, N. Wang, N.G. Shang, Z.W. Pan, C.S. Lee, and S.T. Lee, "Synthesis of large areas of highly oriented, very long silicon nanowires", Adv. Mater. 12, 1343-1345 (2000).
  80. Z.W. Pan, H.L. Lai, F.C.K. Au, X.F. Duan, W.Y. Zhou, W.S. Shi, N. Wang, C.S. Lee, N.B. Wong, S.T. Lee, and S.S. Xie, “Oriented silicon carbide nanowires: synthesis and field emission properties”, Adv. Mater. 12, 1186-1190 (2000).
  81. S.S. Xie, W.Z. Li, Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, and L.F. Sun, “Mechanical and physical properties on carbon nanotube”, J. Phys. Chem. Solid. 61, 1153-1158 (2000).
  82. Z.Q. Liu, Z.W. Pan, L.F. Sun, D.S. Tang, W.Y. Zhou, G. Wang, L.X. Qian, and S.S. Xie,  “Synthesis of silicon nanowires using AuPd nanoparticles catalyst on silicon substrate”, J. Phys. Chem. Solid. 61, 1171-1174 (2000).
  83. S.S. Xie, W.Z. Li, Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, and L.F. Sun, "Carbon nanotube arrays", Mater. Sci. Eng. A 286, 11-15 (2000).
  84. Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, L.F. Sun, L.X. Qian, Z.Q. Liu, D.S. Tang, G. Wang, and S.S. Xie, “Preparation of very long and open aligned carbon nanotubes”, Science in China A 43, 210-216 (2000).
  85. L.F. Sun, S.S. Xie, J.M. Mao, Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, W.Y. Zhou, G. Wang, and L.X. Qian,  “Effects of temperature oscillations on the growth of carbon nanotubes by chemical vapor deposition”, Appl. Phys. Lett.  76, 828-830 (2000).
  86. S.S. Xie, B.H. Chang, W.Z. Li, Z.W. Pan, L.F. Sun, J.M. Mao, X.H. Chen, L.X. Qian, and W.Y. Zhou, “Synthesis and characterization of aligned carbon nanotube arrays” , Adv. Mater. 11, 1135-1138 (1999).
  87. S.S. Xie, W.Z. Li, Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, and L.F. Sun, “Carbon nanotube array”, European Phys. J. D 9, 85-89 (1999).
  88. J.H. Fan, M.X. Wan, D.B. Zhu, B.H. Chang, Z.W. Pan & S.S. Xie, “Synthesis, characterizations, physical properties of carbon nanotubes coated by conducting polypyrrole”, J.  Appl. Polym. Sci. 74, 2605-2610 (1999).
  89. Z.W. Pan, S.S. Xie, G. Wang, H.L. Li, and L.T. Zhang, “Heat treatment investigations on the laser synthesized Si/C/N nanocomposite powders”, J. Mater. Sci. 34, 3047-3052 (1999).
  90. L.F. Sun, J.M. Mao, B.H. Chang, Z.W. Pan, G.Wang, and W.Y. Zhou, “Structure and morphology of carbon nanotubes grown on zeolite-supported catalysts by chemical vapor deposition”, Acta Physica Sinica 8, 545-550 (1999).
  91. J.H. Fan, M.X. Wan, D.B. Zhu, B.H. Chang, Z.W. Pan, and S.S. Xie, “Synthesis and properties of carbon nanotube-polypyrrole composites”, Synthetic Metal 102, 1266-1267 (1999).
  92. Z.W. Pan, S.S. Xie, L. Lu, B.H. Chang, L.F. Sun, W.Y. Zhou, G. Wang, and D.L. Zhang, “Tensile test of ropes of very long well-separated parallel carbon nanotubes”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 74, 3152-3154 (1999).
  93. W. Yi, L. Lu, D.L. Zhang, Z.W. Pan, and S.S. Xie, “Thermal properties of carbon nanotubes”, Phys. Rev. B 59, R9015-9018 (1999).
  94. L.F. Sun, J.M. Mao, Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, W.Y. Zhou, G. Wang, L.X. Qian, and S.S. Xie “Growth of straight nanotubes with cobalt-nickel catalyst by chemical vapor deposition”, Appl. Phys. Lett.  74, 644-646 (1999).
  95. X.C. Liu, J.H. Si, B.H. Chang, G. Xu, Q.G. Yang, Z.W. Pan, S.S. Xie, P.X. Ye, and J. H. Fan, “Third-order optical nonlinearity of the carbon nanotubes”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 74, 164-166 (1999).
  96. Z.W. Pan, S.S. Xie, B.H. Chang, L.F. Sun, W.Y. Zhou, and G. Wang, “Direct growth of aligned open carbon nanotubes by chemical vapor deposition”, Chem. Phys. Lett. 299, 97-102 (1999).
  97. Z.W. Pan, S.S. Xie, B.H. Chang, C.Y. Wang, L. Lu, W. Liu, W.Y. Zhou, W.Z. Li, and L.X. Qian, “Very long carbon nanotubes”, Nature 394, 631-632 (1998).
  98. Z.W. Pan, H.L. Li, and L.T. Zhang, “Laser synthesis and crystallization of nanocomposite Si/C/N powders”, J. Mater. Res. 13, 1996-2002 (1998).
  99. J.M. Mao, L.F. Sun, Z.W. Pan, B.H. Chang, W.Y. Zhou, G. Wang, and S.S. Xie, “Growth of carbon nanotubes on cobalt disilicide precipitates by chemical vapor deposition”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 72, 3297-3299 (1998).
  100. B.H. Chang, S.S. Xie, W.Y. Zhou, L.X. Qian, Z.W. Pan, J.M. Mao, and W.Z. Li, “Loosely-entangled carbon nanotubes prepared by modified arc-discharge”, J. Mater. Sci. Lett. 17, 1015-1017 (1998).
  101. Z.W. Pan, H.L Li, and L.T. Zhang, “Design of a two-reaction-zone reactor for laser synthesis of powders”, Chinese Journal of Laser 25, 168-171 (1998).
  102. Z.W. Pan, H.L. Li, and L.T. Zhang, “Synthesis of Si/C/N nanocomposite powders by laser induced gas phase reaction”, Acta Materiae Compositae Sinica 14, 35-39 (1997).
  103. Z.W. Pan, and L.T. Zhang, “In-situ Growth of SiC nanowhiskers by heating Si/C/N nanocomposite powders”, Journal of Northwestern Polytechnical University 15, 76-77 (1997).
  104. Z.W. Pan, H.L Li, and L.T. Zhang, “Crystallization behavior of laser-synthesized Si/C/N nanocomposite powders”, Journal of Northwestern Polytechnical University 14, 16-20 (1996).
  105. J.C. Liu, Z.F. Wang, Z.W. Pan, and B.M. Sun, “Effects of carbon, nickel, and molybdenum on the high temperature strength of Fe-Cr-Ni alloys”, Mater. Trans. JIM 37, 138-141(1996).
  106. Z.W. Pan, and Z.F. Wang, “Abnormal oxidation of Fe-Cr-Al heat resisting alloy caused by AlN phase”, Foundry (China) 43 [5], 13-15 (1996).
  107. J.C. Liu, Z.F. Wang, and Z.W. Pan, “The effects of carbon and silicon on structure and properties of a Fe-27Cr-15Ni-N alloy at 1250C”, Zeitschrift fur Metallkunde 86, 638-642 (1995).
 
BOOK CHAPTERS
  1. Z.W. Pan, Z.R. Dai, and Z.L. Wang, “Synthesis, structure and growth mechanism of oxide nanowires, nanotubes and nanobelts”, in the book “Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology”, edited by N.S. Nalwa, American Scientific Publishers (2002).
  2. Z. L. Wang, Z.W. Pan, and Z.R. Dai, “Nanowires and Nanobelts of Semiconductive Ceramics - Potential and prospects”, in the book “Advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology”, edited by G.K. Liu and Z.L. Wang, Tsinghua University Press (2002).
  3. A. Prasad, S. Mensah, Z.W. Pan, and Y.K. Yap, “Alternative nanostructured sensors: nanowires, nanobelts, and nanobelts”, in the book “Sensors Based on Nanostructured Materials”, edited by F.J. Arregui, Springer Science (in press).