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Which is a better fluorescent sensor: aggregation-induced emission-based nanofibers or thin-coating films?

Aggregation-induced emission (AIE)-based fluorescent nanofibers (FNFs) and thin-coating films (FTFs) are employed as visual fluorescent sensors, and their performance dynamics is compared.

Graphical abstract: Which is a better fluorescent sensor: aggregation-induced emission-based nanofibers or thin-coating films?
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In situ synthesis of polyynes in a polymer matrix via pulsed laser ablation in a liquid

Nanocomposites are based on polyynes synthesized by laser ablation of graphite directly in a solution of PVA.

Graphical abstract: In situ synthesis of polyynes in a polymer matrix via pulsed laser ablation in a liquid
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Crystal structure, luminescence properties and application performance of color tuning Y2Mg2Al2Si2O12:Ce3+,Mn2+ phosphors for warm white light-emitting diodes

The CCT of phosphor-converted WLEDs achieved effective optimization by a co-doping and energy transfer strategy applied to the phosphors.

Graphical abstract: Crystal structure, luminescence properties and application performance of color tuning Y2Mg2Al2Si2O12:Ce3+,Mn2+ phosphors for warm white light-emitting diodes
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A biocompatible ZnNa2-based metal–organic framework with high ibuprofen, nitric oxide and metal uptake capacity

The synthesis and characterization of a mixed metal ZnNa2 MOF (NUIG1) is discussed; NUIG1 displays a new framework topology, and possesses an exceptionally high drug adsorption capacity and metal encapsulation potential.

Graphical abstract: A biocompatible ZnNa2-based metal–organic framework with high ibuprofen, nitric oxide and metal uptake capacity
From the themed collection: International Open Access Week 2020
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Acrylate–gelatin–carbonated hydroxyapatite (cHAP) composites for dental bone-tissue applications

The favourable properties of acrylate–gelatin–cHAP composites fabricated via copolymerization reaction may make possible porosity and hydrophilicity remodelling and thus promote scaffold-implant integration.

Graphical abstract: Acrylate–gelatin–carbonated hydroxyapatite (cHAP) composites for dental bone-tissue applications
From the themed collection: International Open Access Week 2020
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A role for terpenoid cyclization in the atom economical polymerization of terpenoids with sulfur to yield durable composites

Terpenoid cyclization reactions were observed in the course of reacting terpenes and sulfur to yield durable composites.

Graphical abstract: A role for terpenoid cyclization in the atom economical polymerization of terpenoids with sulfur to yield durable composites
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The effect of ZnO particle lattice termination on the DC conductivity of LDPE nanocomposites

Nanocomposite insulation materials for HVDC cables are demonstrated to dominantly rely on the inorganic particle terminations.

Graphical abstract: The effect of ZnO particle lattice termination on the DC conductivity of LDPE nanocomposites
From the themed collection: International Open Access Week 2020
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Exploring the bifunctional properties of paper-like carbyne-enriched carbon for maintenance-free self-powered systems

Herein, novel paper-like carbine-enriched carbon is prepared and utilized as a bifunctional material for energy harvesting and storage to develop a self-powered system.

Graphical abstract: Exploring the bifunctional properties of paper-like carbyne-enriched carbon for maintenance-free self-powered systems
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The interaction of surface electron distribution-polarized Fe/polyimide hybrid nanosheets with organic pollutants driving a sustainable Fenton-like process

By constructing surface DRCs, using the electron compensation effect of pollutants, and utilizing the Fe–N–C electron transfer bridge and electron storage carrier, the Fenton reaction rate is 7–10 times higher than that of the conventional Fe-based catalyst.

Graphical abstract: The interaction of surface electron distribution-polarized Fe/polyimide hybrid nanosheets with organic pollutants driving a sustainable Fenton-like process
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Boosted carrier mobility and enhanced thermoelectric properties of polycrystalline Na0.03Sn0.97Se by liquid-phase hot deformation

An unconventional liquid-phase hot deformation technique was used to prepare Sn0.97Na0.03Se thermoelectric materials, leading to high orientation with good thermoelectric properties.

Graphical abstract: Boosted carrier mobility and enhanced thermoelectric properties of polycrystalline Na0.03Sn0.97Se by liquid-phase hot deformation
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The effect of gallium substitution on the structure and electrochemical performance of LiNiO2 in lithium-ion batteries

Ga-doped LiNiO2 is reinvestigated. Ga is suggested to occupy the Li site. Detailed structural and electrochemical characterization is provided.

Graphical abstract: The effect of gallium substitution on the structure and electrochemical performance of LiNiO2 in lithium-ion batteries
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This on-going web collection features all the articles published in Materials Advances in 2020 marked as HOT by our Editors.  Congratulations to all the authors whose articles are featured!


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