Publications

Publication Lists

 

    1. H. Lin, W. S. Hsu, A. Preet, L. H. Yeh, Y. H. Chen, Y. P. Pao, S. F. Lin, S. Lee, J. C. Fan, L. Wang, Y. P. Chiu, B. S. Yip, T. E. Lin,* “Ingestible Polysaccharide Battery Coupled with a Self-charging Nanogenerator for Controllable Disinfection System”, Nano Energy, 79, 105440 (January 2021).
      (2019 IF: 16.602, Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 14/314)111
    2. Gao, P. C. Tsai, Y. S. Su, P. H. Peng, L. H. Yeh,* “Single Mesopores with High Surface Charges as Ultrahigh Performance Osmotic Power Generators”, Small, DOI: 10.1002/smll.202006013 (2020).
      (2019 IF: 11.459, Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 23/314)333
    3. C. Zheng, L. H. Yeh,* “Improved Rectification and Osmotic Power in Polyelectrolyte-Filled Mesopores”, Micromachines, 11, 949 (2020).
      (2019 SCI Impact Factor: 2.524, Instruments & Instrumentation: 24/64)444
    4. H. Chao,1 L. H. Yeh,1 R. T. Wu, K. Kawagishi, S. C. Hsu,* “Novel Patterned Sapphire Substrates for Enhancing the Efficiency of GaN-Based Light-Emitting Diodes”, RSC Advances, 10, 16284-16290 (2020). (1: co-first authors)222
      (2019 IF: 3.119, Chemistry, Multidisciplinary: 73/177)
    5. P. H. Peng, H. C. Ou Yang, P. C. Tsai, L. H. Yeh,* “Thermal Dependence of the Mesoscale Ionic Diode: Modeling and Experimental Verification”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 10.1021/acsami.0c02214 (2020).
      (2018 IF: 8.456, Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 27/293)
      Thermal Dependence of the Mesoscale Ionic Diode: Modeling and Experimental Verification
    6. C. Y. Lin,+ P. H. Wong,+ P. H. Wang,+ Z. S. Siwy, L. H. Yeh,* “Electrodiffusioosmosis-Induced Negative Differential Resistance in pH-Regulated Mesopores Containing Purely Monovalent Solutions”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 12, 3198-3204 (January 2020).
      (2018 IF: 8.456, Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 27/293)
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    7. L. H. Yeh,* Z. Y. Huang, Y. C. Liu, M. J. Deng, T. H. Chou, H. C. Ou Yang, T. Ahamad, S. M. Alshehri, Kevin C. W. Wu, “A Nanofluidic Osmotic Power Generator Demonstrated in Polymer Gel Electrolytes with Substantially Enhanced Performance”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 7, 26791-26796 (December 2019).
      (2018 IF: 10.733, Rank in Energy & Fuels: 6/103)
      L. H. Yeh,* Z. Y. Huang, Y. C. Liu, M. J. Deng, T. H. Chou, H. C. Ou Yang, T. Ahamad, S. M. Alshehri, Kevin C. W. Wu, “Nanofluidic Osmotic Power Generator Demonstrated in Polymer Gel Electrolytes with Substantially Enhanced Performance”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A
    8. J. P. Hsu, T. C. Su, P. H. Peng, S. C. Hsu, L. H. Yeh,* “Unraveling the Anomalous Surface-Charge-Dependent Osmotic Power Using a Single Funnel-Shaped Nanochannel”, ACS Nano,13, 13374-13381 (November 2019).
      (2018 IF: 13.903, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 18/293)
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    9. M. J. Deng,* L. H. Yeh, Y. H. Lin, J. M. Chen, T. H. Chou,* “3D Network V2O5 Electrodes in a Gel Electrolyte for High-Voltage Wearable Symmetric Pseudocapacitors”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 11, 29838-29848 (August 2019).
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    10. C. Y. Lin, C. Combs, L. H. Yeh,* Y. S. Su, Z. S. Siwy,*Rectification of Concentration Polarization in Mesopores Leads To High Conductance Ionic Diodes and High Performance Osmotic Power”, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 141, 3691-3698 (2019 February)(2018 SCI Impact Factor: 14.695, Rank in Chemistry, Multidisciplinary: 12/172)
    11. M. J. Deng, T. H. Chou, L. H. Yeh,* J. M. Chen, K. T. Lu, “4.2 V Wearable Asymmetric Supercapacitor Devices Based on VOx//MnOx Paper Electrode and Eco-Friendly Deep Eutectic Solvent-Based Gel Electrolyte”, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 6, 20686-20694 (2018 November). (Featured on inside back cover)
      (2018 IF: 10.733, Rank in Energy & Fuels: 6/103)
    12. C. Y. Lin, L. H. Yeh,* Z. S. Siwy,*Voltage Induced Modulation of Ionic Concentrations and Ion Current Rectification in Mesopores with Highly Charged Pore Walls”, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 9, 393-398 (January 2018).
      (2018 SCI Impact Factor: 6.393, Rank in Physics, Atomic, Molecular & Chemical: 1/36, Top 3 %)
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    13. C. Y. Lin, J. P. Hsu,* L. H. Yeh,*Rectification of Ionic Current in Nanopores Functionalized with Bipolar Polyelectrolyte Brushes”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 258, 1223-1229 (April 2018).
      (2017 SCI Impact Factor: 5.667, Rank in Instruments & Instrumentation: 2/61)
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    14. L. H. Yeh,* F. Chen, Y. T. Chiou, Y. S. Su, “Anomalous pH-Dependent Nanofluidic Salinity Gradient Power”, Small, 13, 1702691 (December 2017). (Featured on the frontispiece cover).
      (2017 SCI Impact Factor: 9.598, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 22/285)
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    15. Y. Ma, Y. S. Su, S. Qian, L. H. Yeh,*Analytical Model for Surface-Charge-Governed Nanochannel Conductance”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 247, 697-705 (August 2017).
      (2017 SCI Impact Factor: 5.667, Rank in Instruments & Instrumentation: 2/61)
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    16. L. Mei, L. H. Yeh,* S. Qian, “Buffer Anions Can Enormously Enhance the Electrokinetic Energy Conversion in Nanofluidics with Highly Overlapped Double Layers”, Nano Energy, 32, 374-381 (February 2017).
      (2017 SCI Impact Factor: 13.120, Rank in Physics, Applied: 7/146)


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2016 (7 papers)

  1. Y. Lin, F. Chen, L. H. Yeh,* J. P. Hsu, “Salt Gradient Driven Ion Transport in Solid-State Nanopores: The Crucial Role of Reservoir Geometry and Size”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18, 30160-30165 (November 2016).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.123, Rank in Physics, Atomic, Molecular & Chemical: 6/35, Top 17 %)
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  2. Zhou, L. H. Yeh, F. C. Li, B. Mauroy, S. W. Joo,* “Deformability-Based Electrokinetic Particle Separation”, Micromachines, 7, 170 (September 2016).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 1.833, Rank in Instruments & Instrumentation: 23/58)
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  3. Y. Qiu,1 Y. Lin,1 P. Hinkle, T. S. Plett, C. Yang, J. V. Chacko, M. A. Digman, L. H. Yeh,* J. P. Hsu,* Z. S. Siwy,* “Highly Charged Particles Cause a Larger Current Blockage in Micropores Compared to Neutral Particles”, ACS Nano, 10, 8413-8422 (August 2016).(2016 SCI Impact Factor: 13.942, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 9/275, Top 4 %)
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  4. S. Cheng,* J. H. Wu, L. H. Yeh, “Utilization of Calophyllum Inophyllum Shell and Kernel Oil Cake for Reducing Sugar Production”, Bioresource Technology, 212, 338-341 (June 2016).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 5.651, Rank in Agricultural Engineering: 1/14, Top 8 %)
  5. Zhou, L. Mei, Y. S. Su, L. H. Yeh,* X. Zhang, S. Qian “Gated Ion Transport in a Soft Nanochannel with Biomimetic Polyelectrolyte Brush Layers”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 229, 305-314 (June 2016).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 5.401, Rank in Instruments & Instrumentation: 2/58, Top 4 %)
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  6. Mei, T. H. Chou, Y. S. Cheng, M. J. Huang, L. H. Yeh,* S. Qian, “Electrophoresis of pH-Regulated Nanoparticles: Impact of the Stern Layer”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18, 9927-9934 (April 2016). (Featured on the outside front cover)
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.123, Rank in Physics, Atomic, Molecular & Chemical: 6/35, Top 17 %)
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  7. Mei,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* S. Qian,* “Gate Modulation of Proton Transport in a Nanopore”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18, 7449-7458 (March 2016).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.123, Rank in Physics, Atomic, Molecular & Chemical: 6/35, Top 17 %)

2015 (7 papers)

  1. P. Zeng,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* M. Zhang, S. Qian, “Ion Transport and Selectivity in Biomimetic Nanopores with pH-Tunable Zwitterionic Polyelectrolyte Brushes”, Nanoscale, 7, 17020-17029 (October 2015).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 7.367, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 23/275, Top 9 %)
  2. Y. Lin,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* J. P. Hsu, S. Tseng, “Regulating Current Rectification and Nanoparticle Transport through a Salt Gradient in Bipolar Nanopores”, Small, 35, 4594-4602 (September 2015).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 8.643, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 20/275, Top 8 %)
  3. H. Yeh,* Y. Ma, S. Xue, S. Qian, “Gate Manipulation of Ionic Conductance in a Nanochannel with Overlapped Electric Double Layers”, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 215, 266-271 (August 2015).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 5.401, Rank in Instruments & Instrumentation: 2/58, Top 4 %)
  4. J. Huang, L. Mei, L. H. Yeh,* S. Qian, “pH-Regulated Nanopore Conductance with Overlapped Electric Double Layers”, Electrochemistry Communications, 55, 60-63 (June 2015).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.396, Rank in Electrochemistry: 5/29)
  5. Ma,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* C. Y. Lin, L. Mei, S. Qian, “pH-Regulated Ionic Conductance in a Nanochannel with Overlapped Electric Double Layers”, Analytical Chemistry, 87, 4508-4514 (April 2015).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 6.320, Rank in Chemistry, Analytical: 4/76, Top 5 %)
  6. Mei,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* S. Qian, “Buffer Effect on the Ionic Conductance in a pH-Regulated Nanochannel”, Electrochemistry Communications, 51, 129-132 (February 2015).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.396, Rank in Electrochemistry: 5/29)
  7. H. Liang,1 L. H. Yeh,1 P. W. Liao, T. H. Chou,* “Characterization and In Vitro Biocompatibility of Catanionic Assemblies Formed with Oppositely Charged Dicetyl Amphiphiles”, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 126, 10-17 (February 2015). (1: co-first author)
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.887, Rank in Biophysics: 16/72)

2014 (10 papers)

  1. Atalay, L. H. Yeh,* S. Qian,* “Proton Enhancement in an Extended Nanochannel”, Langmuir, 30, 13116-13120 (November 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.833, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 54/275)
  2. H. Yeh,* Y. Ma, S. Xue, S. Qian, “Electroviscous Effect on the Streaming Current in a pH-Regulated Nanochannel”, Electrochemistry Communications, 48, 77-80 (November 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.396, Rank in Electrochemistry: 5/29)
  3. Ma, S. Xue, S. C. Hsu, L. H. Yeh,* S. Qian,* H. Tan, “Programmable Ionic Conductance in a pH-Regulated Gated Nanochannel”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16, 20138-20146 (October 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.123, Rank in Physics, Atomic, Molecular & Chemical: 6/35)
  4. Miline,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* T. H. Chou, S. Qian,* “Tunable Donnan Potential and Electrokinetic Flow in a Biomimetic Gated Nanochannel with pH-Regulated Polyelectrolyte Brushes”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118, 19806-19813 (August 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.536, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 43/275)
  5. Ma,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* S. Qian, J. P. Hsu, S. Tseng, “Analytical Model for Surface Charge Property of pH-Regulated Nanorods”, Electrochemistry Communications, 45, 75-78 (August 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.396, Rank in Electrochemistry: 5/29)
  6. Ma,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* S. Qian,* “pH-Regulated Ionic Conductance in a Nanopore”, Electrochemistry Communications, 43, 91-94 (June 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.396, Rank in Electrochemistry: 5/29)
  7. H. Chou,* C. W. Chen, C. H. Liang, L. H. Yeh, S. Qian, “Simple Synthesis, Self-Assembly, and Cytotoxicity of Novel Dimeric Cholesterol Derivatives”, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 116, 153-159 (April 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.887, Rank in Biophysics: 16/72)
  8. Xue,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* Y. Ma, S. Qian, “Tunable Streaming Current in a pH-Regulated Nanochannel by a Field Effect Transistor”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 118, 6090-6099 (March 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.536, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 43/275)
  9. H. Yeh,* C. Hughes, Z. Zeng, S. Qian, “Tuning Ion Transport and Selectivity by a Salt Gradient in a Charged Nanopore”, Analytical Chemistry, 86, 2681-2686 (March 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 6.320, Rank in Chemistry, Analytical: 4/76, Top 5 %)
  10. H. Chou,* C. H. Liang, Y. C. Lee, L. H. Yeh, “Effects of Lipid Composition on Physicochemical Characteristics and Cytotoxicity of Vesicles Composed of Cationic and Anionic Dialkyl Lipids”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16, 1545-1553 (January 2014).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.123, Rank in Physics, Atomic, Molecular & Chemical: 6/35)

 


2013 (9 papers)

  1. Benson,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* T. H. Chou, S. Qian,* “Field Effect Regulation of Donnan Potential and Electrokinetic Flow in a Functionalized Soft Nanochannel”, Soft Matter, 9, 9767-9773 (November 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.889, Rank in Physics, Multidisciplinary: 9/79)
  2. Wang, N. Hu,* L. H. Yeh, X. Zheng, J. Yang,* S. W. Joo,* S. Qian,* “Electroformation and Electrofusion of Giant Vesicles in a Microfluidic Device”, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 110, 81-87 (October 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.887, Rank in Biophysics: 16/72)
  3. H. Liang, W. Y. Ho, L. H. Yeh, Y. S. Cheng, T. H. Chou,* “Effects of 1-hexadecyl-3-methylimidazolium Ionic Liquids on the Physicochemical Characteristics and Cytotoxicity of Phosphatidylcholine Vesicles”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 436, 1083-1091 (September 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 2.714, Rank in Chemistry, Physical: 65/146)
  4. H. Yeh,* M. Zhang, S. Qian, “Ion Transport in a pH-Regulated Nanopore”, Analytical Chemistry, 85, 7527-7534 (August 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 6.320, Rank in Chemistry, Analytical: 4/76, Top 5 %)
  5. Tseng, J. P. Hsu,* H. M. Lo, L. H. Yeh,* “Electrophoresis of a Soft Sphere in a Necked Cylindrical Pore”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 15, 11758-11765 (July 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.123, Rank in Physics, Atomic, Molecular & Chemical: 6/35)
  6. Hughes,1 L. H. Yeh,1,* S. Qian,* “Field Effect Modulation of Surface Charge Property and Electroosmotic Flow in a Nanochannel: Stern Layer Effect”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 117, 9322-9331 (May 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.536, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 43/275)
  7. Liu, L. Zhao, J. Yang,* X. Wang, N. Hu,* L. H. Yeh, S. W. Joo, S. Qian, “Low-Voltage Pulsed Electric Field Sterilization on a Microfluidic Chip”, Electroanalysis, 25, 1301-1309 (May 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 2.851, Rank in Chemistry, Analytical: 21/76)
  8. Tseng, C. Y. Lin, J. P. Hsu,* L. H. Yeh,* “Electrophoresis of Deformable Polyelectrolytes in a Nanofluidic Channel”, Langmuir, 29, 2446-2454 (February 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.833, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 54/275)
  9. Tseng, T. H. Hsieh, L. H. Yeh, N. Wang, J. P. Hsu,* “Electrophoresis of a Charge-Regulated Soft Sphere: Importance of Effective Membrane Charge”, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 102, 864-870 (February 2013).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.887, Rank in Biophysics: 16/72)

2012 (16 papers)

  1. H. Yeh, M. Zhang, S. W. Joo,* S. Qian,* “Slowing down DNA Translocation through a Nanopore by Lowering Fluid Temperature”, Electrophoresis, 33, 3458-3465 (December 2012). (Selected in the special issue on next-generation technologies for DNA-sequencing and genotyping)
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 2.744, Rank in Chemistry, Analytical: 24/76)
  2. H. Yeh, M. Zhang, S. W. Joo, S. Qian,* J. P. Hsu,* “Controlling pH-Regulated Bionanoparticles Translocation through Nanopores with Polyelectrolyte Brushes”, Analytical Chemistry, 84, 9615-9622 (November 2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 6.320, Rank in Chemistry, Analytical: 4/76, Top 5 %)
  3. H. Yeh, Y. H. Tai, N. Wang, J. P. Hsu,* S. Qian,* “Electrokinetics of pH-Regulated Zwitterionic Polyelectrolyte Nanoparticles”, Nanoscale, 4, 7575-7584 (November 2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 7.367, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 23/275, Top 9 %)
  4. P. Hsu,* H. M. Lo, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng,* “Importance of Boundary on the Electrophoresis of a Soft Cylindrical Particle”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 116, 12626-12632 (October 2012).
    (2016 SCI IF: 3.177, Rank in Chemistry, Physical: 49/146)
  5. P. Hsu,* C. P. Yee, L. H. Yeh, “Importance of Electroosmotic Flow and Multiple Ionic Species on the Electrophoresis of a Rigid Sphere in a Charge-Regulated Zwitterionic Cylindrical Pore”, Langmuir, 28, 10942-10947 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.833, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 54/275)
  6. H. Yeh, M. Zhang, N. Hu, S. W. Joo, S. Qian,* J. P. Hsu,* “Electrokinetic Ion and Fluid Transport in Nanopores Functionalized by Polyelectrolyte Brushes”, Nanoscale, 4, 5169-5177 (August 2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 7.367, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 23/275, Top 9 %)
  7. P. Hsu,* C. Y. Lin, L. H. Yeh, S. H. Lin, “Influence of the Shape of a Polyelectrolyte on Its Electrophoretic Behavior”, Soft Matter, 8, 9469-9479 (2012). (Selected in the theme issue of “Polyelectrolytes in biology and soft matter”)
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.889, Rank in Physics, Multidisciplinary: 9/79)
  8. H. Yeh, M. Zhang, S. Qian,* J. P. Hsu,* S. Tseng, “Ion Concentration Polarization in Polyelectrolyte-Modified Nanopores”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, 8672-8677 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.536, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 43/275)
  9. H. Yeh, J. P. Hsu,* S. Qian,* S. Tseng, “Counterion Condensation in pH-Regulated Polyelectrolytes”, Electrochemistry Communications, 19, 97-100 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.396, Rank in Electrochemistry: 5/29)
  10. H. Yeh, M. Zhang, S. Qian,* J. P. Hsu,* “Regulating DNA Translocation through Functionalized Soft Nanopores”, Nanoscale, 4, 2685-2693 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 7.367, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 23/275, Top 9 %)
  11. Zhang,1 L. H. Yeh,1 S. Qian,* J. P. Hsu,* S. W. Joo, “DNA Electrokinetic Translocation through a Nanopore: Local Permittivity Environment Effect”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, 4793-4801 (2012). (1: Co-first authors)
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.536, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 43/275)
  12. H. Yeh, S. Xue, S. W. Joo, S. Qian,* J. P. Hsu,* “Field Effect Control of Surface Charge Property and Electroosmotic Flow in Nanofluidics”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, 4209-4216 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.536, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 43/275)
  13. P. Hsu,* H. T. Huang, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng, “Electrophoresis of a Particle at an Arbitrary Surface Potential and Double Layer Thickness: Importance of Nonuniformly Charged Conditions”, Langmuir, 28, 2997-3004 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.833, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 54/275)
  14. H. Yeh,* K. L. Liu, J. P. Hsu,* “Importance of Ionic Polarization Effect on the Electrophoretic Behavior of Polyelectrolyte Nanoparticles in Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116, 367-373 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 4.536, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 43/275)
  15. P. Hsu,* Y. H. Tai, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng, “Importance of Temperature Effect on the Electrophoretic Behavior of Charge-Regulated Particles”, Langmuir, 28, 1013-1019 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 3.833, Rank in Material Science, Multidisciplinary: 54/275)L. Liu, J. P. Hsu,* W. L. Hsu, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng, “Diffusiophoresis of a Polyelectrolyte in a Salt Concentration Gradient”, Electrophoresis, 33, 1068-1078 (2012).
    (2016 SCI Impact Factor: 2.744, Rank in Chemistry, Analytical: 24/76)

  1. 2011 (3 papers)H. Yeh, K. Y. Fang, J. P. Hsu,* S. Tseng, “Influence of Boundary on the Effect of Double-Layer Polarization and the Electrophoretic Behavior of Soft Biocolloids”, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 88, 559-567 (2011).
  2. P. Hsu,* Y. H. Tai, L. H. Yeh, and S. Tseng, “Electrophoresis of a Charge-Regulated Sphere in a Narrow Cylindrical Pore Filled with Multiple Ionic Species”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 115, 3972-3980 (2011).
  3. H. Yeh and J. P. Hsu,* “Effects of Double-Layer Polarization and Counterion Condensation on the Electrophoresis of Polyelectrolytes”, Soft Matter, 7, 396-411 (January 2011).

2010 (4 papers)

  1. P. Hsu,* K. L. Liu, W. L. Hsu, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng, “Diffusiophoresis of a Soft Sphere Normal to Two Parallel Disks”, Langmuir, 26, 16037-16047 (2010).
  2. H. Yeh, J. P. Hsu,* S. Tseng, “Electrophoresis of a Membrane-Coated Cylindrical Particle Positioned Eccentrically along the Axis of a Narrow Cylindrical Pore”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114, 16576-16587 (2010).
  3. P. Hsu,* K. L. Liu, W. L. Hsu, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng, “Diffusiophoresis of a Charge-Regulated Spherical Particle Normal to Two Parallel Disks”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114, 2766-2778 (2010).
  4. Zhang, J. P. Hsu,* Z. S. Chen, L. H. Yeh, M. H. Ku, S. Tseng, “Electrophoresis of a Charge-Regulated Soft Sphere in a Charged Cylindrical Pore”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114, 1621-1631 (2010).

  1. 2009 (2 papers)H. Yeh and J. P. Hsu,* “Electrophoresis of a Finite Rod along the Axis of a Long Cylindrical Microchannel Filled with Carreau Fluids”, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 7, 383-392 (2009).
  2. P. Hsu,* C. Y. Chen, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng, “Boundary Effect on Electrophoresis in a Carreau Fluid: Simulated Biocolloids at an Arbitrary Position in a Charged Spherical Cavity” Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 69, 8-14 (2009).

2008 (1 paper)

  1. P. Hsu,* S. J. Yeh, L. H. Yeh, S. Tseng, C. J. Chen, “Translation of Two Co-Axial, Nonhomogeneously Structured Flocs Normal to a Plate” Colloid and Polymer Science, 286, 1593-1604 (2008).

2007 (6 papers)

  1. P. Hsu,* L. H. Yeh, S. J. Yeh, “Electrophoresis of a Rigid Sphere in a Carreau Fluid Normal to a Large Charged Disk” Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 111, 12351-12361 (2007).
  2. P. Hsu,* Z. S. Chen, M. H. Ku, L. H. Yeh, “Effect of Charged Boundary on Electrophoresis: Sphere in Spherical Cavity at Arbitrary Potential and Double Layer Thickness”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 314, 256-263 (2007).
  3. P. Hsu* and L. H. Yeh, “Effect of a Charged Boundary on Electrophoresis in a Carreau Fluid: A Sphere at an Arbitrary Position in a Spherical Cavity”, Langmuir, 23, 8637-8646 (2007).
  4. P. Hsu,* L. H. Yeh, Z. S. Chen, “Effect of a Charged Boundary on Electrophoresis: A Sphere at an Arbitrary Position in a Spherical Cavity”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 310, 281-291 (2007).
  5. P. Hsu* and L. H. Yeh, “Electrophoresis of Two Identical Rigid Spheres in a Charged Cylindrical Pore”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 111, 2579-2586 (2007).
  6. P. Hsu,* L. H. Yeh, M. H. Ku, “Evaluation of the Electric Force in Electrophoresis”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 305, 324-329 (2007).

2006 (2 papers)

  1. P. Hsu* and L. H. Yeh, “Comparison of Three Methods for the Evaluation of the Electric Force on a Particle in Electrophoresis”, Journal of the Chinese Institute of Chemical Engineering, 37, 601-607 (2006).
  2. P. Hsu,* L. H. Yeh, M. H. Ku, “Electrophoresis of a Spherical Particle along the Axis of a Cylindrical Pore Filled with a Carreau Fluid”, Colloid and Polymer Science, 284, 886-892 (2006).
  • Book Chapters:
  1. H. Yeh and J. P. Hsu, “Electrophoretic Behavior of pH-regulated Soft Biocolloids”, in “Encyclopedia of Biocolloid and Biointerface Science”, Hiroyuki Ohshima, Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, United States, pp. 946-960, ISBN: 978-1-118-54276-7 (September 2016).
  2. Qian and L. H. Yeh, “DNA Electrokinetic Translocation through a Nanopore”, in “Computational Bioengineering”, Guigen Zhang, Ed., CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, pp. 377-400, ISBN: 978-1-4665-1755-4 (April 2015).
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