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Themed collection 2018 Journal of Materials Chemistry A HOT Papers

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Accepted Manuscript - Review Article

Recent progress of porphyrin-based materials for organic solar cells

Review Article

A review on morphology engineering for highly efficient and stable hybrid perovskite solar cells

Morphology engineering has been recognized as an effective way to attain highly efficient and stable hybrid perovskite solar cells.

Graphical abstract: A review on morphology engineering for highly efficient and stable hybrid perovskite solar cells
Open Access Review Article

Realising the environmental benefits of metal–organic frameworks: recent advances in microwave synthesis

Review detailing the use of microwave technology for the synthesis and scale-up of metal–organic frameworks.

Graphical abstract: Realising the environmental benefits of metal–organic frameworks: recent advances in microwave synthesis
Review Article

Spinel photocatalysts for environmental remediation, hydrogen generation, CO2 reduction and photoelectrochemical water splitting

The fundamental aspects, photocatalytic applications and ways to enhance the performance of spinels are systematically reviewed in this paper.

Graphical abstract: Spinel photocatalysts for environmental remediation, hydrogen generation, CO2 reduction and photoelectrochemical water splitting
Review Article

The quest for high glass transition temperature bioplastics

This review describes recent strategies for synthesizing polymers that are mostly or fully biobased and exhibit a high glass transition temperature.

Graphical abstract: The quest for high glass transition temperature bioplastics
Review Article

Single-atom catalysts and their applications in organic chemistry

Recent advances in single atom catalysts and their applications in organic chemistry are fully summarized in this review.

Graphical abstract: Single-atom catalysts and their applications in organic chemistry
Review Article

Recent advances in electrolytes for quantum dot-sensitized solar cells

A comprehensive overview was shown on recent advances in electrolytes or hole-transport materials for quantum dot-sensitized solar cells (QDSCs).

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in electrolytes for quantum dot-sensitized solar cells
Review Article

Metal–organic framework technologies for water remediation: towards a sustainable ecosystem

Having access to clean water is a mandatory requirement for the proper development of living beings.

Graphical abstract: Metal–organic framework technologies for water remediation: towards a sustainable ecosystem
Review Article

Dual anode materials for lithium- and sodium-ion batteries

Currently, the application of new energy conversion and storage technologies is urgent in order to meet the increasing requirements for energy.

Graphical abstract: Dual anode materials for lithium- and sodium-ion batteries
Review Article

The mechanism of ultrafast supercapacitors

Batteries and supercapacitors can be explained by the same impedance model involving diffusion, but neither is controlled by ‘semi-infinite’ diffusion.

Graphical abstract: The mechanism of ultrafast supercapacitors
Review Article

Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus containing metal-free photocatalysts for hydrogen production: progress and challenges

This article critically reviews the progress and challenges in using metal-free photocatalysts made from carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus used for hydrogen production.

Graphical abstract: Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus containing metal-free photocatalysts for hydrogen production: progress and challenges
Review Article

Innovation and challenges in materials design for flexible rechargeable batteries: from 1D to 3D

Due to the emergence of numerous flexible electronic devices, the design and fabrication of flexible rechargeable batteries with high energy density have attracted great attention.

Graphical abstract: Innovation and challenges in materials design for flexible rechargeable batteries: from 1D to 3D
Accepted Manuscript - Communication

Energetic salts of 4-nitramino-3-(5-dinitromethyl-1,2,4-oxadiazolyl)-furazan: Powerful alliance towards good thermal stability and high performance

Accepted Manuscript - Communication

Magnesium Ions Based Organic Secondary Battery

Communication

A eutectic salt-assisted semi-closed pyrolysis route to fabricate high-density active-site hierarchically porous Fe/N/C catalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction

A general “eutectic salt-assisted semi-closed pyrolysis approach” is presented for the fabrication of a high-density active-site hierarchically porous Fe/N/C catalyst.

Graphical abstract: A eutectic salt-assisted semi-closed pyrolysis route to fabricate high-density active-site hierarchically porous Fe/N/C catalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction
Communication

Achieving high-performance thick-film perovskite solar cells with electron transporting Bingel fullerenes

Two electron-transporting Bingel fullerenes have been developed for achieving thick-film perovskite solar cells with efficiencies beyond 19% with perovskite layers over 1 micrometer, unveiling the subtle molecular interaction between Bingel fullerenes and perovskites strongly influences the device hysteresis and performance.

Graphical abstract: Achieving high-performance thick-film perovskite solar cells with electron transporting Bingel fullerenes
Communication

Effects of fused-ring regiochemistry on the properties and photovoltaic performance of n-type organic semiconductor acceptors

The effects of fused-ring regiochemistry on the physicochemical and photovoltaic properties of n-type organic semiconductor (n-OS) acceptors are investigated.

Graphical abstract: Effects of fused-ring regiochemistry on the properties and photovoltaic performance of n-type organic semiconductor acceptors
Communication

A cake making strategy to prepare reduced graphene oxide wrapped plant fiber sponges for high-efficiency solar steam generation

A cake making strategy is developed to prepare reduced graphene oxide wrapped plant fiber sponges for high-efficiency solar steam generation.

Graphical abstract: A cake making strategy to prepare reduced graphene oxide wrapped plant fiber sponges for high-efficiency solar steam generation
Communication

Polymeric acid-doped transparent carbon nanotube electrodes for organic solar cells with the longest doping durability

This communication reports the discovery of an effective and long-lasting p-type dopant polymeric acid for transparent carbon electrodes.

Graphical abstract: Polymeric acid-doped transparent carbon nanotube electrodes for organic solar cells with the longest doping durability
Communication

Design and synthesis of medium-bandgap small-molecule electron acceptors for efficient tandem solar cells

Organic solar cells based on new medium-bandgap small-molecule electron acceptors reach PCEs of 10.05% and 11.86% in single-junction and tandem devices, respectively.

Graphical abstract: Design and synthesis of medium-bandgap small-molecule electron acceptors for efficient tandem solar cells
Communication

Ionic activation via a hybrid IL–SSE interfacial layer for Li–O2 batteries with 99.5% coulombic efficiency

A Li–O2 battery with an in situ formed IL–SSE hybrid interfacial layer achieved 99.5% coulombic efficiency and a significantly improved capacity retention. The organic–inorganic hybrid layer exhibited ionic activation behavior through a dispersing redistribution and bridging process, revealing the beneficial interaction of IL and SSE in the cycling in safe IL–SSE-based Li–O2 batteries.

Graphical abstract: Ionic activation via a hybrid IL–SSE interfacial layer for Li–O2 batteries with 99.5% coulombic efficiency
Communication

A solar rechargeable battery based on the sodium ion storage mechanism with Fe2(MoO4)3 microspheres as anode materials

A solar rechargeable battery based on Na-ion storage presents feasible photon–electron conversion, and energy storage and release capability.

Graphical abstract: A solar rechargeable battery based on the sodium ion storage mechanism with Fe2(MoO4)3 microspheres as anode materials
Communication

A single ion conducting separator and dual mediator-based electrolyte for high-performance lithium–oxygen batteries with non-carbon cathodes

Lithium–oxygen batteries with non-carbon cathode realize largely-improved performance by designing mediators and Li+-Nafion separator to prevent self-discharge and shuttle problems.

Graphical abstract: A single ion conducting separator and dual mediator-based electrolyte for high-performance lithium–oxygen batteries with non-carbon cathodes
Communication

Robust graphene-wrapped PtNi nanosponge for enhanced oxygen reduction reaction performance

A graphene-wrapped 3D-PtNi nanosponge was synthesized using carbon dots as a structure-directing agent.

Graphical abstract: Robust graphene-wrapped PtNi nanosponge for enhanced oxygen reduction reaction performance
Communication

Super-flexible bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)-amide doped graphene transparent conductive electrodes for photo-stable perovskite solar cells

Super-flexible bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)-amide (TFSA)-doped graphene transparent conducting electrode (GR TCE)-based FAPbI3 − xBrx perovskite solar cells with 18.9% power conversion efficiency (PCE) for a rigid device and 18.3% for a flexible one are demonstrated because the TFSA-doped GR TCE reveals high conductivity and high transmittance.

Graphical abstract: Super-flexible bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)-amide doped graphene transparent conductive electrodes for photo-stable perovskite solar cells
Communication

Thermally induced migration of a polyoxometalate within a metal–organic framework and its catalytic effects

A polyoxometalate supported by the metal–organic framework, NU-1000, undergoes migration from the mesopore to the micropore when heated.

Graphical abstract: Thermally induced migration of a polyoxometalate within a metal–organic framework and its catalytic effects
Communication

Scanning laser melting for rapid and massive fabrication of filled skutterudites with high thermoelectric performance

A novel rapid fabrication technique that combines scanning laser melting and spark plasma sintering is developed to synthesize bulk filled skutterudites with high thermoelectric performance.

Graphical abstract: Scanning laser melting for rapid and massive fabrication of filled skutterudites with high thermoelectric performance
Communication

Inter-phase charge and energy transfer in Ruddlesden–Popper 2D perovskites: critical role of the spacing cations

Photo-generated charge carrier dynamics in Ruddlesden–Popper 2D perovskites with linear (n-BA) and branched (iso-BA) butylamine as spacing cations have been studied by using transient absorption and time-resolved photoluminescence spectroscopies.

Graphical abstract: Inter-phase charge and energy transfer in Ruddlesden–Popper 2D perovskites: critical role of the spacing cations
Communication

Facile template-free synthesis of uniform carbon-confined V2O3 hollow spheres for stable and fast lithium storage

A facile and efficient template-free method has been successfully developed to fabricate uniform nitrogen-doped carbon-confined V2O3 hollow spheres, which displayed stable and fast lithium storage.

Graphical abstract: Facile template-free synthesis of uniform carbon-confined V2O3 hollow spheres for stable and fast lithium storage
Communication

1D N-doped hierarchically porous hollow carbon tubes derived from a supramolecular template as metal-free electrocatalysts for a highly efficient oxygen reduction reaction

1D hollow nitrogen-doped carbon tubes (h-NCTs) were fabricated through a supramolecular template-derived approach and employed as the structure-guiding template, porogen and nitrogen source for in situ N-doping.

Graphical abstract: 1D N-doped hierarchically porous hollow carbon tubes derived from a supramolecular template as metal-free electrocatalysts for a highly efficient oxygen reduction reaction
Communication

Enhanced charge carrier separation of manganese(II)-doped graphitic carbon nitride: formation of N–Mn bonds through redox reactions

MnII-doped g-C3N4 obtained through redox reactions between a permanganate and urea upon calcination in an inert gas exhibits enhanced photogenerated charge carrier separation.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced charge carrier separation of manganese(ii)-doped graphitic carbon nitride: formation of N–Mn bonds through redox reactions
Communication

A solvent-switched in situ confinement approach for immobilizing highly-active ultrafine palladium nanoparticles: boosting catalytic hydrogen evolution

A solvent-switched in situ confinement approach has been developed to synthesize highly active nanocatalysts with ultrafine and clean metal nanoparticles encapsulated within carbon nanopores, over which record-high hydrogen evolution has been achieved under heterogeneous conditions.

Graphical abstract: A solvent-switched in situ confinement approach for immobilizing highly-active ultrafine palladium nanoparticles: boosting catalytic hydrogen evolution
Communication

A simple synthesis of nanoporous Sb/C with high Sb content and dispersity as an advanced anode for sodium ion batteries

Amorphous Sb/C with a nanoporous structure and subnanometric dispersity is synthesized by a simple, bottom up solid state reaction between Sb2O3 and CaC2. It exhibits an unprecedented performance of sodium storage.

Graphical abstract: A simple synthesis of nanoporous Sb/C with high Sb content and dispersity as an advanced anode for sodium ion batteries
Communication

Green-solvent processable semiconducting polymers applicable in additive-free perovskite and polymer solar cells: molecular weights, photovoltaic performance, and thermal stability

In this study, we demonstrated the effects of the molecular weight (MW) of a green processable polymer (asy-PBTBDT) on its photovoltaic performance and thermal stability for the first time.

Graphical abstract: Green-solvent processable semiconducting polymers applicable in additive-free perovskite and polymer solar cells: molecular weights, photovoltaic performance, and thermal stability
Communication

A platinum oxide decorated amorphous cobalt oxide hydroxide nanosheet array towards alkaline hydrogen evolution

A platinum oxide decorated amorphous cobalt oxide hydroxide nanosheet array has been prepared and used for alkaline hydrogen evolution.

Graphical abstract: A platinum oxide decorated amorphous cobalt oxide hydroxide nanosheet array towards alkaline hydrogen evolution
Communication

Sticky-note supercapacitors

Novel sticky-note supercapacitors with repeated adhesive performance are fabricated from sticky carbon nanotube array electrodes. The supercapacitors can be repeatedly attached onto various substrates, and they can also be brought into direct contact with each other to power external electronic devices as their contacting layers are electrically conductive. They are flexible with high specific capacitances after attaching and removing.

Graphical abstract: Sticky-note supercapacitors
Communication

Electrochemically substituted metal phthalocyanines, e-MPc (M = Co, Ni), as highly active and selective catalysts for CO2 reduction

The Fe center in FePc can be electrochemically substituted by Co and Ni, achieving high activity and stability for CO2 reduction.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemically substituted metal phthalocyanines, e-MPc (M = Co, Ni), as highly active and selective catalysts for CO2 reduction
Communication

Defect engineering of highly stable lanthanide metal–organic frameworks by particle modulation for coating catalysis

A powerful strategy to design the structure, control the particle sizes and fabricate catalytic devices is developed for lanthanide MOFs.

Graphical abstract: Defect engineering of highly stable lanthanide metal–organic frameworks by particle modulation for coating catalysis
Paper

A self-sensing, superhydrophobic, heterogeneous graphene network with controllable adhesion behavior

An open-cell graphene heterogeneous network is designed and fabricated, and it has a controllable adhesion behavior and shows a self-sensing capability for continuously falling water droplets.

Graphical abstract: A self-sensing, superhydrophobic, heterogeneous graphene network with controllable adhesion behavior
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Ordered engineering on the lattice of intermetallic PdCu co-catalysts in boosting the photocatalytic conversion of CO2 into CH4

Paper

Efficient and thermally stable all-polymer solar cells based on a fluorinated wide-bandgap polymer donor with high crystallinity

Efficient all-PSCs based on PFBZ:N2200 were developed and achieved a high efficiency of 8.1%. The PSCs show high thermal stability and storability.

Graphical abstract: Efficient and thermally stable all-polymer solar cells based on a fluorinated wide-bandgap polymer donor with high crystallinity
Paper

Ionic vs. van der Waals layered materials: identification and comparison of elastic anisotropy

Computational identification of ionic layered materials and assessment of elastic anisotropy for comparison with van der Waals layered materials.

Graphical abstract: Ionic vs. van der Waals layered materials: identification and comparison of elastic anisotropy
Paper

Lithium phosphide/lithium chloride coating on lithium for advanced lithium metal anode

Lithium metal has been regarded as an ideal anode material for high-energy-density batteries.

Graphical abstract: Lithium phosphide/lithium chloride coating on lithium for advanced lithium metal anode
Paper

Reducing the confinement of PBDB-T to ITIC to improve the crystallinity of PBDB-T/ITIC blends

The ordered aggregation of non-fullerene small molecular acceptors (SMAs) plays a key role in determining the charge transport and bimolecular recombination in polymer/SMA solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Reducing the confinement of PBDB-T to ITIC to improve the crystallinity of PBDB-T/ITIC blends
Paper

Inhibiting the growth of lithium dendrites at high current densities with oriented graphene foam

Oriented graphene foam performs well in inhibition of Li dendrite formation at 1, 2 and 5 mA cm−2 as a current collector.

Graphical abstract: Inhibiting the growth of lithium dendrites at high current densities with oriented graphene foam
Paper

Solvent treatment: the formation mechanism of advanced porous membranes for flow batteries

Advanced porous membranes for flow batteries were successfully prepared by the adjustment of process parameters during solvent treatment.

Graphical abstract: Solvent treatment: the formation mechanism of advanced porous membranes for flow batteries
Paper

Engineering an effective noble-metal-free photocatalyst for hydrogen evolution: hollow hexagonal porous micro-rods assembled from In2O3@carbon core–shell nanoparticles

It is desirable but challenging to design noble-metal-free photocatalysts with improved activity for hydrogen (H2) evolution.

Graphical abstract: Engineering an effective noble-metal-free photocatalyst for hydrogen evolution: hollow hexagonal porous micro-rods assembled from In2O3@carbon core–shell nanoparticles
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Interwoven V2O5 Nanowire/Graphene Nanoscroll Hybrid Assembled as Efficient Polysulfide-Trapping-Conversion Interlayer for Long-Life Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

Paper

A core–satellite structured Z-scheme catalyst Cd0.5Zn0.5S/BiVO4 for highly efficient and stable photocatalytic water splitting

Fabrication of a Z-scheme photocatalytic system for water splitting has huge potential in confronting the increasing worldwide energy crisis.

Graphical abstract: A core–satellite structured Z-scheme catalyst Cd0.5Zn0.5S/BiVO4 for highly efficient and stable photocatalytic water splitting
Paper

Large-sized graphene oxide/modified tourmaline nanoparticle aerogel with stable honeycomb-like structure for high-efficiency PM2.5 capture

Honeycomb-like graphene oxide aerogel for high-efficiency PM2.5 capture was developed via directional freezing with introduction of modified tourmaline nano-particles.

Graphical abstract: Large-sized graphene oxide/modified tourmaline nanoparticle aerogel with stable honeycomb-like structure for high-efficiency PM2.5 capture
Paper

Highly durable solid oxide fuel cells: suppressing chemical degradation via rational design of a diffusion-blocking layer

We demonstrate a highly reliable diffusion-blocking layer that suppresses detrimental chemical interactions at elevated temperatures.

Graphical abstract: Highly durable solid oxide fuel cells: suppressing chemical degradation via rational design of a diffusion-blocking layer
Paper

Coexistence of superhydrophilicity and superoleophobicity: theory, experiments and applications in oil/water separation

A model of the coexistence of superhydrophilicity and superoleophobicity with elaborate experimental proofs.

Graphical abstract: Coexistence of superhydrophilicity and superoleophobicity: theory, experiments and applications in oil/water separation
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Hierarchically Porous Adamantane-Shaped Carbon Nanoframes

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Discovery of a high-pressure phase of rutile-like CoO2 and its potential as a cathode material

Paper

A hidden symmetry-broken phase of MoS2 revealed as a superior photovoltaic material

We predict a novel 1Td-MoS2 with a direct band gap of 1.27 eV which reaches a high photovoltaic efficiency of ∼33.3%.

Graphical abstract: A hidden symmetry-broken phase of MoS2 revealed as a superior photovoltaic material
Paper

A mechanically robust transparent coating for anti-icing and self-cleaning applications

Mechanically robust, transparent coatings that display very low affinity with ice and various liquids are promising for applications in outdoor facilities and marine and aerospace structures.

Graphical abstract: A mechanically robust transparent coating for anti-icing and self-cleaning applications
Paper

Porous NiCoP nanosheets as efficient and stable positive electrodes for advanced asymmetric supercapacitors

Porous TMP nanosheets have been prepared by the phosphorization of a sheet-like NiCo hydroxide precursor, and can be used as efficient and stable positive electrodes for advanced asymmetric supercapacitors with high specific capacitance, good rate performance and long-term stability.

Graphical abstract: Porous NiCoP nanosheets as efficient and stable positive electrodes for advanced asymmetric supercapacitors
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Nitrogen/Oxygen Co-doped Carbon Monolithic Electrode Derived from Melamine Foam for High-Performance Supercapacitors

Paper

A new polymer donor for efficient polymer solar cells: simultaneously realizing high short-circuit current density and transparency

A new polymer donor is developed for efficient polymer solar cells which can simultaneously achieve high short-circuit current density and transparency.

Graphical abstract: A new polymer donor for efficient polymer solar cells: simultaneously realizing high short-circuit current density and transparency
Paper

P vacancies-enriched 3D hierarchical reduced cobalt phosphide as a precursor template for defect engineering for efficient water oxidation

By employing a facile reduction method towards cobalt phosphide, we synthesized a phosphorus defects-enriched reduced 3D porous cobalt phosphide nanoflower with in situ transformation for efficient water oxidation.

Graphical abstract: P vacancies-enriched 3D hierarchical reduced cobalt phosphide as a precursor template for defect engineering for efficient water oxidation
Paper

Metallic and superhydrophilic nickel cobalt diselenide nanosheets electrodeposited on carbon cloth as a bifunctional electrocatalyst

Metallic and superhydrophilic nickel cobalt diselenide nanosheets exhibit superior electrocatalytic performance and robust durability toward overall water splitting.

Graphical abstract: Metallic and superhydrophilic nickel cobalt diselenide nanosheets electrodeposited on carbon cloth as a bifunctional electrocatalyst
Paper

Self-assembled alloy nanoparticles in a layered double perovskite as a fuel oxidation catalyst for solid oxide fuel cells

Co and Ni are exsolved separately from the bulk, and then aggregate to form a Co–Ni alloy at the surface of a perovskite material.

Graphical abstract: Self-assembled alloy nanoparticles in a layered double perovskite as a fuel oxidation catalyst for solid oxide fuel cells
Paper

Hexagonal Co3O4 anchored reduced graphene oxide sheets for high-performance supercapacitors and non-enzymatic glucose sensing

Reduced graphene oxide (RGO) incorporated onto metal–organic framework (MOF)-derived Co3O4 hexagons is prepared via a hydrothermal route for supercapacitor and glucose sensor applications.

Graphical abstract: Hexagonal Co3O4 anchored reduced graphene oxide sheets for high-performance supercapacitors and non-enzymatic glucose sensing
Paper

NiFe LDH nanodots anchored on 3D macro/mesoporous carbon as a high-performance ORR/OER bifunctional electrocatalyst

Carbon defects tune the formation of NiFe LDH nanodots confined in the mesopores of a macro–mesoporous carbon substrate, forming a hybrid electrocatalyst with excellent bifunctional performance for oxygen evolution and reduction reactions.

Graphical abstract: NiFe LDH nanodots anchored on 3D macro/mesoporous carbon as a high-performance ORR/OER bifunctional electrocatalyst
Paper

Boosting the electron mobilities of dimeric perylenediimides by simultaneously enhancing intermolecular and intramolecular electronic interactions

High electron mobilities and suppressed π–π aggregation for perylenediimides can be achieved at the same time by properly tailoring the dimerization and alkylation modes to enhance both intermolecular and intramolecular electronic interactions.

Graphical abstract: Boosting the electron mobilities of dimeric perylenediimides by simultaneously enhancing intermolecular and intramolecular electronic interactions
Paper

Flexible porous molecular materials responsive to CO2, CH4 and Xe stimuli

Channel expansion of flexible molecular architectures endowed with porosity has been proved to be responsive to gas stimuli, such as pressurized CO2, CH4, Xe and hydrocarbons.

Graphical abstract: Flexible porous molecular materials responsive to CO2, CH4 and Xe stimuli
Paper

Onion-like metal–organic colloidosomes from counterion-induced self-assembly of anionic surfactants

Interactions between the anionic surfactant SDBS and transition metal cations lead to onion-like concentrically multishelled assemblies, which could be transformed into various multishelled or layered metal hydroxides.

Graphical abstract: Onion-like metal–organic colloidosomes from counterion-induced self-assembly of anionic surfactants
Paper

A pseudo-two-dimensional conjugated polysquaraine: an efficient p-type polymer semiconductor for organic photovoltaics and perovskite solar cells

A new squaraine-based 2D conjugated polymer was developed as the donor material in polymer solar cells and dopant-free hole transporting material in inverted perovskite solar cells, reaching efficiencies of 6.35% and 18.29%, respectively.

Graphical abstract: A pseudo-two-dimensional conjugated polysquaraine: an efficient p-type polymer semiconductor for organic photovoltaics and perovskite solar cells
Paper

Theoretical investigation of zirconium carbide MXenes as prospective high capacity anode materials for Na-ion batteries

Large charge transfer and small lattice mismatch are beneficial for second layer Na atom adsorption.

Graphical abstract: Theoretical investigation of zirconium carbide MXenes as prospective high capacity anode materials for Na-ion batteries
Paper

Amorphous NiFe layered double hydroxide nanosheets decorated on 3D nickel phosphide nanoarrays: a hierarchical core–shell electrocatalyst for efficient oxygen evolution

Amorphous NiFe LDH nanosheets were decorated on nickel phosphide nanoarrays to form a 3D core–shell electrocatalyst for efficient water oxidation.

Graphical abstract: Amorphous NiFe layered double hydroxide nanosheets decorated on 3D nickel phosphide nanoarrays: a hierarchical core–shell electrocatalyst for efficient oxygen evolution
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This on-going web collection features all the articles published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A in 2018 marked as HOT, as recommended by referees.  Congratulations to all the authors whose articles are featured!

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