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Themed collection 2017 Journal of Materials Chemistry C HOT Papers

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Review Article

Recent Advances in Vat Dyes Chemistry for Organic Electronics

Review Article

Double D–π–A branched dyes – a new class of metal-free organic dyes for efficient dye-sensitized solar cells

Advantages of the double branched dyes: better fixing, higher loading density, lower aggregation tendency, longer S1 lifetime on the TiO2 surface

Graphical abstract: Double D–π–A branched dyes – a new class of metal-free organic dyes for efficient dye-sensitized solar cells
Review Article

Siloles in optoelectronic devices

This review covers the electronic properties of silole-based organic semiconductors and the newest developments in the field of silole-based OLEDs and OPVs.

Graphical abstract: Siloles in optoelectronic devices
Review Article

Layer-controlled two-dimensional perovskites: synthesis and optoelectronics

Solution-processed layered-controlled 2D metal halide perovskites are emerging as one of the most promising candidates for low-cost photovoltaics and optoelectronics.

Graphical abstract: Layer-controlled two-dimensional perovskites: synthesis and optoelectronics
Review Article

Host–guest composite organic microlasers

In this Review, we present the recent progress in the field of host–guest composite organic micro/nanoscale lasers, and provide our perspective on the future research interests in this area.

Graphical abstract: Host–guest composite organic microlasers
Review Article

Nanoporous anodic alumina photonic crystals: fundamentals, developments and perspectives

The control of light – its coupling, splitting, modulating, and filtering – is of fundamental importance for the development of advanced, life-changing technologies, which are expected to revolutionise our society in the near future.

Graphical abstract: Nanoporous anodic alumina photonic crystals: fundamentals, developments and perspectives
Review Article

Structure–property relationship of 4-substituted-spirobifluorenes as hosts for phosphorescent organic light emitting diodes: an overview

The aim of the present review is to report the state of the art of an emerging family of molecules, namely 4-substituted spirobifluorenes (SBFs).

Graphical abstract: Structure–property relationship of 4-substituted-spirobifluorenes as hosts for phosphorescent organic light emitting diodes: an overview
Review Article

Luminescence spectroscopy of lead-halide perovskites: materials properties and application as photovoltaic devices

This review summarizes the optical properties of lead-halide-perovskite thin films, single crystals, and solar-cell devices.

Graphical abstract: Luminescence spectroscopy of lead-halide perovskites: materials properties and application as photovoltaic devices
Review Article

Environmentally benign fabrication processes for high-performance polymeric semiconductors

This review reports on the development of polymeric semiconductors through environmentally friendly manufacturing processes, especially for transistor applications.

Graphical abstract: Environmentally benign fabrication processes for high-performance polymeric semiconductors
Review Article

Electronic properties and applications of MXenes: a theoretical review

The recent chemical exfoliation of layered MAX phase compounds to novel two-dimensional transition metal carbides and nitrides, the so-called MXenes, has brought a new opportunity to materials science and technology.

Graphical abstract: Electronic properties and applications of MXenes: a theoretical review
Review Article

Materials and devices for transparent stretchable electronics

Herein, we review recent advances in transparent stretchable electronic materials and transparent stretchable electronic devices. Some representative examples that highlight the unique optical, electrical and mechanical properties of transparent stretchable materials and devices are also discussed in detail.

Graphical abstract: Materials and devices for transparent stretchable electronics
Review Article

Conductive polymer nanocomposites: a critical review of modern advanced devices

Conductive polymer nanocomposites have found applications in advanced devices: organic light emission diodes, organic photovoltaics, electrochromic devices, and others.

Graphical abstract: Conductive polymer nanocomposites: a critical review of modern advanced devices
Communication

Mimosa Inspired Bilayer Hydrogel Actuator Functioning in Multi-Environment

Communication

Solvent-cast based metal 3D printing and secondary metallic infiltration

A metal 3D printing method combining a room temperature 3D printing and subsequent heat-treatments: sintering and secondary metallic infiltration.

Graphical abstract: Solvent-cast based metal 3D printing and secondary metallic infiltration
Communication

Large strain and strain memory effect in bismuth ferrite lead-free ceramics

An electric-field-induced strain in ferroelectric materials has extensive applications in actuators and sensors.

Graphical abstract: Large strain and strain memory effect in bismuth ferrite lead-free ceramics
Communication

Polarized emission effect realized in CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite nanocrystals

A polarized emission effect has been realized in CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite nanocrystals with a linear polarization degree of 0.28.

Graphical abstract: Polarized emission effect realized in CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite nanocrystals
Communication

Synthesis of formamidinium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals through solid–liquid–solid cation exchange

Hybrid organic–inorganic formamidinium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals can be synthesized through a solid–liquid–solid cation exchange reaction.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of formamidinium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals through solid–liquid–solid cation exchange
Communication

The excited-state intramolecular proton transfer properties of three imine-linked two-dimensional porous organic polymers

The excited-state intramolecular proton transfer (ESIPT) properties of three tris(N-salicylideneaniline)-based (TSA) imine-linked porous organic polymers (POPs) were investigated.

Graphical abstract: The excited-state intramolecular proton transfer properties of three imine-linked two-dimensional porous organic polymers
Communication

Catalyst-free one-step synthesis of ortho-tetraaryl perylene diimides for efficient OPV non-fullerene acceptors

We report the regioselective ortho-functionalization of PDI with aryl Grignard reagents. OPVs with these non-fullerene acceptors showed PCEs up to 5%, the highest reported for an acceptor with a single PDI core.

Graphical abstract: Catalyst-free one-step synthesis of ortho-tetraaryl perylene diimides for efficient OPV non-fullerene acceptors
Communication

Enhancing field-effect mobility and maintaining solid-state emission by incorporating 2,6-diphenyl substitution to 9,10-bis(phenylethynyl)anthracene

2,6-Diphenyl-9,10-bis(phenylethynyl)anthracene demonstrates improved mobility and comparable solid-state emission compared with 9,10-bis(phenylethynyl)anthracene, suggesting it could be a new and better integrated optoelectronic organic semiconductor.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing field-effect mobility and maintaining solid-state emission by incorporating 2,6-diphenyl substitution to 9,10-bis(phenylethynyl)anthracene
Communication

Narrowband spectrally selective near-infrared photodetector based on up-conversion nanoparticles used in a 2D hybrid device

A hybrid (NaYF4:Yb/Er@NaYF4:Nd/Yb)/MoS2 device structure is proposed to realize narrow spectral window photodetection in the near-infrared region.

Graphical abstract: Narrowband spectrally selective near-infrared photodetector based on up-conversion nanoparticles used in a 2D hybrid device
Communication

Colour tuning via crystalline site-selected energy transfer in a Sr2SiO4:Eu2+,Pr3+ phosphor

An alternative way to design new luminescent materials based on a site-selected energy transfer mechanism using high precision control of dopants.

Graphical abstract: Colour tuning via crystalline site-selected energy transfer in a Sr2SiO4:Eu2+,Pr3+ phosphor
Communication

Superbenzene-bridged bis(permethyl-β-cyclodextrin) as a convenient and effective probe for trinitrophenol exploder

Superbenzene-bridged bis(permethyl-β-cyclodextrin) as a convenient and effective probe for trinitrophenol exploder.

Graphical abstract: Superbenzene-bridged bis(permethyl-β-cyclodextrin) as a convenient and effective probe for trinitrophenol exploder
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Methoxyl modification in furo[3,2-c]pyridine-based iridium complexes towards highly efficient green- and orange-emitting electrophosphorescent devices

Highly efficient green- and orange-emitting PhOLEDs were successfully realized via a simple methoxyl modification in furo[3,2-c]pyridine-based Ir complexes.

Graphical abstract: Methoxyl modification in furo[3,2-c]pyridine-based iridium complexes towards highly efficient green- and orange-emitting electrophosphorescent devices
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A Photoactivatable Light Tracer

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A combinational molecular design to achieve highly efficient deep-blue electrofluorescence

A novel high-performance deep-blue emitting material TPEA that combines the merits of AIE and TTF plus HLCT is demonstrated.

Graphical abstract: A combinational molecular design to achieve highly efficient deep-blue electrofluorescence
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Photoinduced degradation from trace 1,8-diiodooctane in organic photovoltaics

Residual 1,8-Diiodooctane (DIO), a common solvent additive used in organic photovoltaic (OPV) films, is found to cause photodegradation even at ppm concentrations.

Graphical abstract: Photoinduced degradation from trace 1,8-diiodooctane in organic photovoltaics
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Near-infrared Electrochemiluminescence from Toxic-less CuInS2 Nanocrystals

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Triplet decay-induced negative temperature dependence of the transient photoluminescence decay of thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitter

Triplet decay of TADF emitters can be tuned by their molecular structure, leading to the negative temperature dependence of emission decay.

Graphical abstract: Triplet decay-induced negative temperature dependence of the transient photoluminescence decay of thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitter
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Dopant-free and low-cost molecular “bee” hole-transporting materials for efficient and stable perovskite solar cells

TPD based molecular “bee” dopant-free HTMs for PSCs exhibit a PCE of 15.28% which is comparable to doped spiro-OMeTAD.

Graphical abstract: Dopant-free and low-cost molecular “bee” hole-transporting materials for efficient and stable perovskite solar cells
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(2-Methylpiperidine)PbI3: an ABX3-type organic–inorganic hybrid chain compound and its semiconducting nanowires with photoconductive properties

Organic–inorganic hybrid semiconducting NWs based on an ABX3-type 1D chain compound show photoconductive properties.

Graphical abstract: (2-Methylpiperidine)PbI3: an ABX3-type organic–inorganic hybrid chain compound and its semiconducting nanowires with photoconductive properties
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Multi-color perovskite nanowire lasers through kinetically controlled solution growth followed by gas-phase halide exchange

We report multi-color perovskite nanowire lasers on arbitrary substrates through kinetically controlled growth followed by gas-phase halide exchange.

Graphical abstract: Multi-color perovskite nanowire lasers through kinetically controlled solution growth followed by gas-phase halide exchange
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Stacked indium oxide/zinc oxide heterostructures as semiconductors in thin film transistor devices: a case study using atomic layer deposition

Multilayer indium/zinc oxide thin films show high performance in transistor device performance depending on their layer sequence and thickness.

Graphical abstract: Stacked indium oxide/zinc oxide heterostructures as semiconductors in thin film transistor devices: a case study using atomic layer deposition
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Designing properties of (Na1/2Bix)TiO3-based materials through A-site non-stoichiometry

Modification of microstructure and electrical properties due to high A-site diffusion of cations induced by non-stoichiometry during processing.

Graphical abstract: Designing properties of (Na1/2Bix)TiO3-based materials through A-site non-stoichiometry
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A pair of conjoined donor–acceptor butterflies as promising solution-processable aggregation-enhanced emission FR/NIR EL emitters

The first report on efficient solution-processed FR/NIR AIE/AEE EL materials and devices with light emission at 659 nm and 683 nm, respectively.

Graphical abstract: A pair of conjoined donor–acceptor butterflies as promising solution-processable aggregation-enhanced emission FR/NIR EL emitters
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An excellent cyan-emitting orthosilicate phosphor for NUV-pumped white LED application

The Ba9Lu2Si6O24:Ce3+ cyan phosphor has excellent luminescence properties and displays promising application in NUV-based white LEDs with high performance.

Graphical abstract: An excellent cyan-emitting orthosilicate phosphor for NUV-pumped white LED application
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Engineering the excited-state properties of purely organic intramolecular and intermolecular charge transfer emitters towards high-performance fluorescent OLEDs

Purely organic intra- and inter-molecular charge transfer emitters are comparatively studied to show how to develop high-performance OLEDs through tailoring their excited-state properties.

Graphical abstract: Engineering the excited-state properties of purely organic intramolecular and intermolecular charge transfer emitters towards high-performance fluorescent OLEDs
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Stamp recyclable contact printing of liquid droplet matrix on various surfaces

We report a direct printing of liquid droplet matrix onto various surfaces with a stamp which can be recycled up to 100 times.

Graphical abstract: Stamp recyclable contact printing of liquid droplet matrix on various surfaces
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Sb-Doped ZnO microwires: emitting filament and homojunction light-emitting diodes

Individual Sb-doped p-type ZnO (ZnO:Sb) microwires have been synthesized, and could be used to construct wavelength-tuning emitting filaments in the visible region. Meanwhile, ZnO:Sb microwires are applied to fabricate homojunction ultraviolet light-emitting diodes.

Graphical abstract: Sb-Doped ZnO microwires: emitting filament and homojunction light-emitting diodes
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Microwave-assisted synthesis of high-quality “all-inorganic” CsPbX3 (X = Cl, Br, I) perovskite nanocrystals and their application in light emitting diodes

A fast and efficient microwave-assisted strategy is developed to prepare high-quality CsPbX3 nanocrystals with controllable morphologies (nanoplate, nanocube, and nanorod).

Graphical abstract: Microwave-assisted synthesis of high-quality “all-inorganic” CsPbX3 (X = Cl, Br, I) perovskite nanocrystals and their application in light emitting diodes
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Platinum(II) acetylide complexes with star- and V-shaped configurations possessing good trade-off between optical transparency and optical power limiting performance

Two series of Pt(II) acetylide complexes containing dimesitylborane and phenyl terminal groups with star- and V-shaped configurations were synthesized.

Graphical abstract: Platinum(ii) acetylide complexes with star- and V-shaped configurations possessing good trade-off between optical transparency and optical power limiting performance
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Enhanced electronic transport in Fe3+-doped TiO2 for high efficiency perovskite solar cells

PCE of perovskite solar cells based on Fe3+-doped compact TiO2 is improved from 16.02% to 18.60%.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced electronic transport in Fe3+-doped TiO2 for high efficiency perovskite solar cells
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Flash-evaporated small molecule films toward low-cost and flexible organic light-emitting diodes

A flash evaporation method was developed to fabricate small molecule-based multilayer organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). The new method can reduce the fabrication cost and avoid the issue of intersolubility in solution-processed multilayer OLEDs.

Graphical abstract: Flash-evaporated small molecule films toward low-cost and flexible organic light-emitting diodes
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Intrinsic magnetism and electronic structure of graphene-like Be3C2 nanoribbons and their Si, Ge analogues: a computational study

Utilizing first-principles calculations, we perform a systematic study on the electronic and magnetic properties of recently proposed graphene-like Be3C2 nanostructures.

Graphical abstract: Intrinsic magnetism and electronic structure of graphene-like Be3C2 nanoribbons and their Si, Ge analogues: a computational study
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Multi-branch Au/Ag bimetallic core–shell–satellite nanoparticles as a versatile SERS substrate: the effect of Au branches in a mesoporous silica interlayer

An Au/Ag bimetallic core–shell–satellite nanostructure was demonstrated to have high SERS activity due to a large number of accessible tips and nanogaps.

Graphical abstract: Multi-branch Au/Ag bimetallic core–shell–satellite nanoparticles as a versatile SERS substrate: the effect of Au branches in a mesoporous silica interlayer
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High mobility solution-processed C8-BTBT organic thin-film transistors via UV-ozone interface modification

UV-ozone exposure directly on the dielectric surface to get an OTFT mobility as high as 6.50 cm2 (V s)−1.

Graphical abstract: High mobility solution-processed C8-BTBT organic thin-film transistors via UV-ozone interface modification
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A highly-distorted octahedron with a C2v group symmetry inducing an ultra-intense zero phonon line in Mn4+-activated oxyfluoride Na2WO2F4

A novel Na2WO2F4:Mn4+ red-emitting phosphor, exhibiting an ultra-intense zero phonon line at 620 nm, is demonstrated to be promising for LED lightings and displays.

Graphical abstract: A highly-distorted octahedron with a C2v group symmetry inducing an ultra-intense zero phonon line in Mn4+-activated oxyfluoride Na2WO2F4
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Towards environmentally stable solution-processed oxide thin-film transistors: a rare-metal-free oxide-based semiconductor/insulator heterostructure and chemically stable multi-stacking

ZTO/Al2O3 heterostructure and chemically stable sol–gel multi-stacking method are proposed for practical solution-processed oxide TFTs.

Graphical abstract: Towards environmentally stable solution-processed oxide thin-film transistors: a rare-metal-free oxide-based semiconductor/insulator heterostructure and chemically stable multi-stacking
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Selective wetting/dewetting for controllable patterning of liquid metal electrodes for all-printed device application

EGaIn liquid metal electrodes have been fine patterned by manipulating wetting/dewetting of the substrate for all-printed device application.

Graphical abstract: Selective wetting/dewetting for controllable patterning of liquid metal electrodes for all-printed device application
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Tracking the maximum power point of hysteretic perovskite solar cells using a predictive algorithm

The predictive algorithm measures and predicts the steady-state current density for each bias set point, which speeds up the tracking process and measures the true maximum power point, regardless of the degree of hysteresis.

Graphical abstract: Tracking the maximum power point of hysteretic perovskite solar cells using a predictive algorithm
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A crack-based nickel@graphene-wrapped polyurethane sponge ternary hybrid obtained by electrodeposition for highly sensitive wearable strain sensors

A highly stretchable and ultra-sensitive strain sensor based on a nickel nanoparticle-coated graphene polyurethane sponge (Ni@GPUS) ternary hybrid material was fabricated.

Graphical abstract: A crack-based nickel@graphene-wrapped polyurethane sponge ternary hybrid obtained by electrodeposition for highly sensitive wearable strain sensors
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Polarization-manipulated all-optical cross-wavelength data inversion in a C-rich SiCx micro-ring

Polarization-manipulated all-optical format inversion of a 12.5 Gbit s−1 pulsed return-to-zero on-off-keying (PRZ-OOK) data stream is demonstrated through the nonlinear Kerr switching-induced wavelength conversion process.

Graphical abstract: Polarization-manipulated all-optical cross-wavelength data inversion in a C-rich SiCx micro-ring
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Composite materials combining multiple luminescent MOFs and superparamagnetic microparticles for ratiometric water detection

Luminescent MOFs and superparamagnetic particles form multifunctional composites suitable for ratiometric sensing in liquids by magnetic harvesting and PL read-outs.

Graphical abstract: Composite materials combining multiple luminescent MOFs and superparamagnetic microparticles for ratiometric water detection
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Triphenylamine derivatives: different molecular packing and the corresponding mechanoluminescent or mechanochromism property

A new non-AIE unit of triphenylamine, for the first time, is utilized to construct a bright ML luminogen of TPA-1BA.

Graphical abstract: Triphenylamine derivatives: different molecular packing and the corresponding mechanoluminescent or mechanochromism property
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Stable narrowband red phosphor K3GaF6:Mn4+ derived from hydrous K2GaF5(H2O) and K2MnF6

We synthesize a new hydrous single crystal, K2GaF5(H2O), and induce it to convert into stable moisture-proof phosphor K3GaF6:Mn4+ for warm WLED applications by rapidly adding K2MnF6 into its co-precipitate reaction system.

Graphical abstract: Stable narrowband red phosphor K3GaF6:Mn4+ derived from hydrous K2GaF5(H2O) and K2MnF6
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Dithienylbenzodiimide: a new electron-deficient unit for n-type polymer semiconductors

A novel imide-functionalized dithienylbenzodiimide was synthesized and incorporated into polymer semiconductors, which exhibit low-lying FMOs and substantial electron mobilities.

Graphical abstract: Dithienylbenzodiimide: a new electron-deficient unit for n-type polymer semiconductors
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Optical properties of Mn2+ doped cesium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals via a cation–anion co-substitution exchange reaction

The emission colors of cesium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals (NCs) can be controlled by dynamic ion exchange and Mn2+ doping.

Graphical abstract: Optical properties of Mn2+ doped cesium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals via a cation–anion co-substitution exchange reaction
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Solution-processed metal oxide arrays using femtosecond laser ablation and annealing for thin-film transistors

A femtosecond laser is proposed to pattern and anneal a metal oxide layer for simple fabrication of metal oxide thin-film transistor arrays.

Graphical abstract: Solution-processed metal oxide arrays using femtosecond laser ablation and annealing for thin-film transistors
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Room-temperature synthesis and optimized photoluminescence of a novel red phosphor NaKSnF6:Mn4+ for application in warm WLEDs

A novel red fluoride phosphor NKSF:Mn was obtained at room temperature by controlling the ratio of NaF to KF. The chromaticity coordinates of phosphor NKSF:Mn are very close to the CIE coordinates of ideal red ascribed to the contribution of particularly strong zero-phonon lines.

Graphical abstract: Room-temperature synthesis and optimized photoluminescence of a novel red phosphor NaKSnF6:Mn4+ for application in warm WLEDs
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Inverting substitution patterns on amphiphilic cyclodextrins induces unprecedented formation of hexagonal columnar superstructures

Inverting the substitution patterns of amphiphilic cyclodextrins has uncovered their unprecedented abilities to form hexagonal columnar mesophases.

Graphical abstract: Inverting substitution patterns on amphiphilic cyclodextrins induces unprecedented formation of hexagonal columnar superstructures
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Towards outstanding dielectric consumption derived from designing one-dimensional mesoporous MoO2/C hybrid heteronanowires

1D mesoporous MoO2/C hybrid heteronanowires were designed for outstanding dielectric loss properties.

Graphical abstract: Towards outstanding dielectric consumption derived from designing one-dimensional mesoporous MoO2/C hybrid heteronanowires
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Facile synthesis of monodisperse YAG:Ce3+ microspheres with high quantum yield via an epoxide-driven sol–gel route

Monodisperse YAG:Ce3+ microspheres have been synthesized through a fast epoxide-driven sol–gel route and subsequent heat treatment under a reducing atmosphere. The luminescence quantum yield of the 6 mol% Ce3+ ion doped YAG microspheres was more than 90%.

Graphical abstract: Facile synthesis of monodisperse YAG:Ce3+ microspheres with high quantum yield via an epoxide-driven sol–gel route
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A strong and tough polymer–carbon nanotube film for flexible and efficient electromagnetic interference shielding

A strong and tough CNT-NR film with excellent EMI SE (44.7 dB@250 μm) is realized.

Graphical abstract: A strong and tough polymer–carbon nanotube film for flexible and efficient electromagnetic interference shielding
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Monolithic Bi1.5Sb0.5Te3 ternary alloys with a periodic 3D nanostructure for enhancing thermoelectric performance

We newly propose a periodic 3D nanostructure to reduce the thermal conductivity of Bi1.5Sb0.5Te3 ternary alloys, which results in a greatly enhanced figure of merit (>50%).

Graphical abstract: Monolithic Bi1.5Sb0.5Te3 ternary alloys with a periodic 3D nanostructure for enhancing thermoelectric performance
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Structural evolutions and significantly reduced thermal degradation of red-emitting Sr2Si5N8:Eu2+via carbon doping

Carbon-doping in Sr2Si5N8:Eu2+ results in enhanced reduction of Eu3+ and the covalence of Eu–(N,C) bonds, finally leading to enhanced thermal degradation.

Graphical abstract: Structural evolutions and significantly reduced thermal degradation of red-emitting Sr2Si5N8:Eu2+via carbon doping
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Extra long electron–hole diffusion lengths in CH3NH3PbI3−xClx perovskite single crystals

Both trap-state densities and energy levels affect carrier transfer, resulting in a maximum diffusion length of 380 μm in CH3NH3PbI3−xClx (x = 0.005).

Graphical abstract: Extra long electron–hole diffusion lengths in CH3NH3PbI3−xClx perovskite single crystals
Open Access Paper

Intermolecular states in organic dye dispersions: excimers vs. aggregates

Efficient energy transfer in dispersed films of organic dyes to dark excimer sites and highly emissive J-coupled dimers.

Graphical abstract: Intermolecular states in organic dye dispersions: excimers vs. aggregates
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An oxidation-induced fluorescence turn-on approach for non-luminescent flexible polyimide films

To develop stimuli-responsive polymers with highly comprehensive properties, sulfide-containing polyimides with relatively simple structures were designed and synthesized.

Graphical abstract: An oxidation-induced fluorescence turn-on approach for non-luminescent flexible polyimide films
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Heating-induced negative temperature coefficient effect in conductive graphene/polymer ternary nanocomposites with a segregated and double-percolated structure

A NTC effect has been developed upon heating in a ternary graphene/PA6/UHMWPE composite with a segregated and double-percolated structure.

Graphical abstract: Heating-induced negative temperature coefficient effect in conductive graphene/polymer ternary nanocomposites with a segregated and double-percolated structure
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Singlet fission in thin films of metallo-supramolecular polymers with ditopic thiophene-bridged terpyridine ligands

Ultrafast singlet exciton fission in thin solid films after UV laser photoexcitation was observed using transient absorption spectroscopy.

Graphical abstract: Singlet fission in thin films of metallo-supramolecular polymers with ditopic thiophene-bridged terpyridine ligands
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