1.         Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Cao, M. H. (2013): Rapid one-step synthesis and electrochemical performance of NiO/Ni with tunable macroporous architectures, Nano Energy 2, 1383-90.
2.         Sun, J., Wu, J. M.* (2013): A Comparative Study on Photocatalytic Activity of Titania Nanowires Subjected to High-Temperature Calcination and Low-Temperature HCl Treatment, Science of Advanced Materials 5, 549-56.
3.         Sun, J., Wu, J. M.*, Wen W. (2013): Low-Temperature Transformation of Titania Thin Films from Amorphous Nanowires to Crystallized Nanoflowers for Heterogeneous Photocatalysis, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 96, 2109-16.
4.         Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Wang, Y. D. (2013): Flash synthesis of macro-/mesoporous ZnO for gas sensors via self-sustained decomposition of a Zn-based complex, RSC Advances 3, 12052-55.
5.         Tao, R. H., Wu, J. M.*, Xiao, J. Z., Zhao, Y. P., Dong, W. W., Fang, X. D. (2013): Conformal growth of ZnO on TiO2 nanowire array for enhanced photocatalytic activity, Applied Surface Science 279, 324-28.
6.         Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Wang, Y. D. (2013): Gas-sensing property of a nitrogen-doped zinc oxide fabricated by combustion synthesis, Sensor and Actuators B: Chemical 184, 78-84.
7.         Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Cao, M. H. (2013): NiO/Ni Powders with effective architectures for anode materials in Li-ion batteries, Journal of Materials Chemistry A 1, 3881-85.
8.         Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Lai, L. L., Ling, G. P., Cao, M. H. (2012): Hydrothermal synthesis of needle-like hyperbranched Ni(SO4)0.3(OH)1.4 bundles and their morphology-retentive decompositions to NiO for lithium storage, CryEngComm 14, 6565-72.
9.         Wu, J. M.*, Zhang, Y. Q., Xue, H. X., Bai, G. H., Lai, L. L., Tang, M. Z. (2012): Titania polyhedra via sodium fluorotitanate intermediates, Science of Advanced Materials 4, 719-26.
10.     Wen, W., Wu, J. M.*, Wang, Y. D. (2012): Large-size porous ZnO flakes with superior gas-sensing performance, Applied Physics Letters 100, Art No. 262111.
11.     Wu, J. M., Djerdj, I., Graberg, T. and Smarsly, B. * (2012), Mesoporous MgTa2O6 thin films with enhanced photocatalytic activity: on the interplay between crystallinity and mesostructure, Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology 3, 123-33.
12.     Wen, W., Wu, J. M.* (2012): A novel solution combustion synthesis of cobalt oxide nanoparticles as negative-electrode materials for lithium ion batteries, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 513, 592-96.
13.     Zhang, S. C., Xue, H. X., Wu, J. M.* (2011): Photocatalytic active titania thin films through oxidation of metallic Ti in aqueous H2O2 Solutions containing various block copolymers, Rare Metal Materials and Engineering40, 1703-07.
14.     Wen, W., Wu, J. M.* (2011): Eruption Combustion Synthesis of NiO/Ni Nanocomposites with Enhanced Properties for Dye-Absorption and Lithium Storage, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 3, 4112-19.
15.     Wu, J. M.*, Song, X. M., Yan, M.* (2011): Alkaline hydrothermal synthesis of homogeneous titania microspheres with urchin-like nanoarchitectures for dye effluent treatments, Journal of Hazardous Materials 194, 338-44.
16.     Wu, J. M.*, Tang, M. L. (2011): One-pot synthesis of N-F-Cr-doped anatase TiO2 microspheres with nearly all-(001) surface for enhanced solar absorption, Nanoscale 3, 3915-3922.
17.     Wu, J. M.*, Tang, M. L. (2011): Hydrothermal growth of nanometer- to micrometer-size anatase single crystals with exposed (001) facets and their ability to assist photodegradation of rhodamine B in water, Journal of Hazardous Materials 190, 566-73.
18.     Wu, J. M.*, Song, X. M., Ma, L. Y., Wei, X. D. (2011): Hydrothermal growth of multi-facet anatase spheres, Journal of Crystal Growth 319, 57-63.
19.   Wu, J. M.*, Wen W. (2010): Catalyzed degradation of Azo dyes under ambient conditions, Environmental Science & Technology 44, 9123-27.
20.     Song, X. M., Wu, J. M.*, Meng, L., Yan, M. (2010): Enhanced Light Response of Titania Nanotube Arrays Sensitized with Pyrite FeS2, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 93, 2068-73.
21.     Tao, R. H., Wu, J. M.*, Xue, H. X., Dong, W. W., Deng, Z. H., Fang, X. D. (2010): Pulsed laser deposition of titania on rutile nanorod arrays, Thin Solid Films 518, 4191-96.
22.     Tao, R. H., Wu, J. M.*, Xue, H. X., Song, X. M., Pan, X., Fang, X. Q., Fang, X. D., Dai, S. Y. (2010): A novel approach to titania nanowire arrays as photoanodes of back-illuminated dye-sensitized solar cells, Journal of Power Sources 195, 2989-95.
23.     Song, X. M., Wu, J. M.*, Yan, M. (2009): Distinct Visible-light response of composite films with CdS electrodeposited on TiO2 nanorod and nanotube arrays, Electrochemistry Communications 11, 2203-06.
24.     Tang, M. Z., Wu, J. M.* (2009): Photoelectrocatalytic efficiency of low-temperature precipitated monolayer rutile TiO2 nanoflower film, Science of Advanced Materials 1, 144-52.
25.     Wu, J. M.*, Xue, H. X. (2009): Photocatalytic active titania nanowire arrays on Ti substrates, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 92, 2139-43.
26.     Song, X. M., Wu, J. M.*, Zhang, G. J., Yan, M. (2009): A dual-layer titania film with enhanced photocatalytic activity, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 113, 10681-88.
27.     Song, X. M., Wu, J. M.*, Yan, M. (2009): Photocatalytic degradation of selected dyes by titania thin films with various nanostructures, Thin Solid Films 517, 4341-47.
28.     Song, X. M., Wu, J. M.*, Tang, M. Z., Qi, B., Yan, M. (2008): Enhanced photoelectrochemical response of a composite titania thin film with single-crystalline rutile nanorods embedded in anatase aggregates, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112, 19484-92.
29.     Wu, J. M.*, Qi, B. (2008): Low-temperature growth of rutile nanorod thin films and their photon-induced property, Journal of the American Ceramic Society 91, 3961-70.
30.     Song, X. M., Wu, J. M.*, Yan, M. (2008): Photocatalytic and photoelectrocatalytic degradation of aqueous rhodamine B by low-temperature deposited anatase thin films, Materials Chemistry and Physics 112, 510-515.
31.     Wu, J. M., Antonietti, M., Gross, S., Bauer, M., Smarsly, B. (2008): Ordered mesoporous thin films of rutile TiO2 nanocrystals mixed with amorphous Ta2O5. ChemPhysChem 9, 748-57.
32.     Ying, H. G., Yan, M., Ma, T. Y., Wu, J. M., Yu, L. Q. (2007): Effects of NH4F on the deposition rate and buffering capability of electroless Ni-P plating solution, Surface & Coatings Technology 202, 217-21.
33.     Hu, J., Yan, M., Luo, W., Wu, J. M. (2007): Effects of microstructure on the temperature dependence of relative initial permeability of NiCuZn ferrites, Physica B: Condensed Matter 400, 119-23.
34.     Yu, L. Q., Yan, M., Wu, J. M., Luo, W., Cui, X. G., Ying, H. G. (2007): On the cooling rate of strip cast ingots for sintered NdFeB magnets, Physica B: Condensed Matter 393, 1-5.
35.     Wu, J. M.* (2007): Photodegradation of rhodamine B in water assisted by titania nanorod thin films subjected to various thermal treatments. Environmental Science & Technology 41, 1723-28.
36.     Wu, J. M.*, Qi, B. (2007): Low-temperature growth of a nitrogen-doped titania nanoflower film and its ability to assist photodegradation of rhodamine B in water. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111, 666-673.
37.     Wu, J. M.*, Qi, B. (2007): Low-temperature growth of monolayer rutile TiO2 nanorod films. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 90, 657-60.
38.     Wu, J. M.*, Huang B. (2007): Enhanced ability of nanostructured titania film to assist photodegradation of rhodamine B in water through natural ageing. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 90, 283-286.
39.     Liu, S. G., Wu, J. M.*, Zhang, S. C., Rong, S. J., Li, Z. Z. (2007): High temperature erosion properties of arc-spraying coatings using various cored lines. Wear 262, 555-61.
40.     Wu, J. M., Liu, J. F., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2007): Low-temperature deposition of rutile film on biomaterials substrates and its ability to induce apatite deposition in vitro. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 18, 1529-36.
41.     Wu, J. M.*, Huang B., Wang, M. and Osaka A. (2006): Titania nanoflowers with high photocatalytic activity. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 89, 2660-63.
42.     Wu, J. M.*, Zhang, S. C., Li, Y. W., Wang, M., and Osaka A. (2006): Influence of film thickness on in vitro bioactivity of thin anatase films produced through direct deposition from an aqueous titanium tetrafluoride solution. Surface & Coatings Technology 201, 3181-88.
43.     Wu, J. M.*, Wang, M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka A. (2006): Crystallization of amorphous titania gel by hot water aging and induction of in vitro apatite formation by crystallized Titania. Surface & Coatings Technology 201, 755-761.
44.     Zhao, J. M., Liu, J. F., Wu, J. M., Tsuru, K., Hayakawa, S. and Osaka, A. (2006): Apatite formation on rutile and anatase layers derived by hydrolysis of titanylsulfate in a simulated body fluid, Journal of Ceramic Society of Japan 114, 253-258.
45.     Wu, J. M.*, Huang B., Zeng Y. H. (2006): Low-temperature deposition of anatase thin films on titanium substrates and their abilities to photodegrade Rhodamine B in water. Thin Solid Films 497, 292-298.
46.     Wu, J. M.*, Zhang, T. W., Zeng, Y. W., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2005): Large-scale preparation of ordered titania nanorods with enhanced photocatalytic activity. Langmuir 21, 6995-7002.
47.     Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2004): Low-temperature preparation of anatase and rutile layers on titanium substrates and their ability to induce in vitro apatite deposition. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 87, 1635-1642.
48.     Wu, J. M.* (2004): Low-temperature preparation of titania nanorods through direct oxidation of titanium with hydrogen peroxide.Journal of Crystal Growth 269, 347-355.
49.     Wu, J. M.* and Zhang, T. W. (2004): Photodegradation of Rhodamine B in water assisted by titania films prepared through a novel procedure. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology. A: Chemistry 162, 171-177.
50.     Wu, J. M., Xiao, F., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. Takemoto, S. and Osaka, A. (2003): Bioactivity of metallic biomaterials with anatase layers deposited in acidic titanium tetrafluoride solution. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 14, 1027-1032.
51.     Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2003): Early apatite deposition on titanium treated with hydrogen peroxide, Journal of Australia Ceramic Society 39, 36-42.
52.     Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2002): Nanocrystalline titania made from interactions of titanium with hydrogen peroxide solutions containing tantalum chloride. Crystal Growth & Design 2, 147-149.
53.     Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2002): Soft solution approach to prepare crystalline titania films. Scripta Materialia 46, 705-709.
54.     Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2002): Porous titania films prepared from interactions of titanium with hydrogen peroxide solution. Scripta Materialia 46, 101-106.
55.     Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2002): In vitro bioactivity of anatase film obtained by direct deposition from aqueous titanium tetrafluoride solutions. Thin Solid Films 414, 275-280.
56.     Wu, J. M., Satoshi, H., Tsuru, K. and Osaka, A. (2002): Crystallization of anatase from amorphous titania in hot water and in vitro biomineralization.Journal of Ceramic Society of Japan 110, 78-80.
57.     Wu, J. M.* (2001): Nano-sized amorphous alumina particles obtained by ball milling ZnO and Al powder mixture. Materials Letters 48, 324-330.
58.     Wu, J. M.*, Zheng, S. L., Zeng, Y. W. and Li, Z. Z. (2001): Dry sliding wear of MA/PM Al-10Ti. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 11, 270-274.
59.     Wu, J. M.*, Zheng, S. L. and Li, Z. Z. (2000): Thermal stability and its effects on mechanical properties of rapidly solidified Al-Ti alloys. Materials Science and Engineering A 289, 246-254.
60.     Wu, J. M.* and Li, Z. Z. (2000): Nanostructured composite obtained by mechanically driven reduction reaction of CuO and Al powder mixture. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 299, 9-16.
61.     Wu, J. M.* and Li, Z. Z. (2000): Contributions of the particulate reinforcement to dry sliding wear resistance of rapidly solidified Al-Ti alloys. Wear 244, 147-153.
62.     Wu, J. M.*, Zheng, S. L., Yuan, J., Li, Z. Z., Zeng, Y. W. and Ji, Z. G. (2000): Mechanical properties of rapidly solidified Al-Ti alloys after thermal exposure. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China10, 435-440.
63.     Wu, J. M.*, Zheng, S. L., Li, Z. Z. and Wu, N. Q. (1999): Reduction reaction of Al-CuO powder mixture driven by mechanical alloying. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China9, 717-722.
64.     Wu, J. M.*, Zheng, S. L., Li, Z. Z. and Zeng, Y. W. (1999): Effects of cold deformation on the low speed sliding wear of the RS/PM Al-10Ti alloy against carbon steel. Wear 232, 25-30.
65.     Wu, J. M.*, Wu, N. Q., Wang, G. X. and Li, Z. Z. (1997): In-situ observation of single-point wear of the PM alloy Al-10Ti. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 7, 69-74.
66.     Hu, S. B., Li, Z. Z., Mei, Z. and Wu, J. M. (2000): High temperature sliding wear behaviors of ion plating TiN composite coating with ion nitriding as interlayer on hot work die steel. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China10, 777-782.
67.     Zheng, S. L., Wu, J. M.*, Zeng, Y. W. and Li, Z. Z. (1999): Ageing behavior of Cu-15Ni-8Sn alloy prepared by mechanical alloying. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 9, 707-711.
68.     Wu, N. Q., Li, Z. Z., Wu, J. M. and Wang, G.-X. (1998): Mechanosynthesis mechanism of TiC powder. Materials Science & Technology 14, 287-291.
69.     Wu, N. Q., Wu, J. M., Lin, S., Zhou, J. Q. and Li, Z. Z. (1998): Dry sliding wear of PM Al-10Ti alloy. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China8, 421-429.
70.     Wu, N. Q., Su, L. Z., Yuan, M. Y., Wu, J. M. and Li, Z. Z. (1998): Nano-sized amorphous Cu-Zr alloy particles prepared by mechanochemical reaction,Materials Science and Engineering A 257, 357-360.
71.     Wu, N. Q., Su, L. Z., Yuan, M. Y., Liu, Y. Y., Wu, J. M. and Z. Z. Li (1998): Preparation and microstructure of nano-sized Cu particles by mechanochemical reaction, Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China8, 610-612.
72.     Wu, N. Q., Wu, J. M., Li, Z. Z. and Wang, G.-X. (1997): Formation of nanocrystalline f. c. c phase by mechanically driven crystallization. Materials Transactions JIM 38, 255-259.
73.     Wu, N. Q., Wu, J. M., Wang, G. X. and Li, Z. Z. (1997): Amorphization in the Al-C system by mechanical alloying. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 260, 121-126.
74.     Wu, N. Q., Wang, G. X., Wu, J. M. and Li, Z. Z. (1997): Formation of nanocrystalline TiC by ball milling of elemental titanium and carbon. International Journal of Refractory Metals & Hard Materials 15, 289-293.
75.     Wu, N. Q., Wu, J. M., Li, W., Wang, G. X. and Li, Z. Z. (1997): Preparation of Ti/Al based nanophase composite powder by mechanical alloying. Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China 7, 1-4.
76.     Wu, N. Q., Wang, G. X., Li, Z. Z., Wu, J. M. and Chen, J. W. (1997): Microstructure and sliding wear behavior of PM alloy Al-10Ti after thermal exposure. Wear203-204, 155-161.
77.     Wu, N. Q., Wang, G. X., Li, W., Wu, J. M. and Li, Z. Z. (1997): Mechanically driven synthesis of nanophase TiC/Ti-Al composite powder, Materials Letters 32, 259-262.