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Single molecule electronic devices with carbon-based materials: status and opportunity

The field of single molecule electronics has progressed remarkably in the past decades by allowing for more versatile molecular functions and improving device fabrication techniques.

Graphical abstract: Single molecule electronic devices with carbon-based materials: status and opportunity
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Synthesis of emerging 2D layered magnetic materials

van der Waals atomically thin magnetic materials have been recently discovered.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of emerging 2D layered magnetic materials
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Revisiting anodic alumina templates: from fabrication to applications

Review of Porous Anodic Aluminum Oxide (AAO or NAA) membranes: from fabrication, mechanisms, and internal and surface nanostructuration to applications.

Graphical abstract: Revisiting anodic alumina templates: from fabrication to applications
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How did correlative atomic force microscopy and super-resolution microscopy evolve in the quest for unravelling enigmas in biology?

This review provides a detailed picture of the innovative efforts to combine atomic force microscopy and different super-resolution microscopy techniques to elucidate biological questions.

Graphical abstract: How did correlative atomic force microscopy and super-resolution microscopy evolve in the quest for unravelling enigmas in biology?
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Ordered polymer composite materials: challenges and opportunities

Polymer nanocomposites are an important class of materials whose properties are generally tuned as a function of their composition. New opportunities for controlling these properties lie in manipulating the 3D organization of their nanofillers.

Graphical abstract: Ordered polymer composite materials: challenges and opportunities
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Open Access Communication

Searching for kagome multi-bands and edge states in a predicted organic topological insulator

Topological protection shatters in a predicted organic topological insulator by spontaneously reducing its overall symmetry. The first experimental evidence of a 2D-MOF conjugated band is reported, even in absence of edge states.

Graphical abstract: Searching for kagome multi-bands and edge states in a predicted organic topological insulator
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Open Access Communication

Mechanical switching of orientation-related photoluminescence in deep-blue 2D layered perovskite ensembles

The optical anisotropy of layered perovskites is exploited in flexible free-standing polymer films through multiple stretch/release cycles at low tensile stress, to enhance the emission intensity of the resulting composites.

Graphical abstract: Mechanical switching of orientation-related photoluminescence in deep-blue 2D layered perovskite ensembles
From the themed collection: Nanoscale Emerging Investigators
Open Access Communication

Dual-functional ionic porous organic framework for palladium scavenging and heterogeneous catalysis

The ionic covalent organic framework shows excellent scavenging ability towards [PdCl4]2− in aqueous solution via an ion exchange process. The loaded [PdCl4]2− can be further reduced into Pd nanoparticles for catalyzing Suzuki coupling reactions.

Graphical abstract: Dual-functional ionic porous organic framework for palladium scavenging and heterogeneous catalysis
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Open Access Communication

An effective polymeric nanocarrier that allows for active targeting and selective drug delivery in cell coculture systems

A versatile and robust approach for active targeted delivery based on the use of antibody-decorated nanoparticles offering remarkable discrimination efficiency between cocultured cells with different expression levels of a specific marker has been developed.

Graphical abstract: An effective polymeric nanocarrier that allows for active targeting and selective drug delivery in cell coculture systems
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Open Access Communication

Catalytic polymersomes to produce strong and long-lasting bioluminescence

Polymersome-based bioluminescent nanocompartment to achieve enzyme protection and switch kinetics to produce a persistent light signal.

Graphical abstract: Catalytic polymersomes to produce strong and long-lasting bioluminescence
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Mixing iron oxide nanoparticles with different shape and size for tunable magneto-heating performance

An efficient and versatile strategy is presented to modulate the magneto-heating performance of a nanoparticle system, which consists of mixing nanoparticles with different shape and size and exploiting the magnetic interaction between them.

Graphical abstract: Mixing iron oxide nanoparticles with different shape and size for tunable magneto-heating performance
From the themed collection: 2021 Nanoscale HOT Article Collection
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Born to be different: the formation process of Cu nanoparticles tunes the size trend of the activity for CO2 to CH4 conversion

We investigate the activity of cu nanoparticles for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 into methane. We find that the formation process affects Cu nanoparticles size-dependent activity. This finding traces a new route to the design of nanocatalysts.

Graphical abstract: Born to be different: the formation process of Cu nanoparticles tunes the size trend of the activity for CO2 to CH4 conversion
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High-throughput AFM analysis reveals unwrapping pathways of H3 and CENP-A nucleosomes

The thermal unwrapping pathways of canonical H3 and centromeric CENP-A nucleosomes are elucidated in unprecedented detail by high-throughput analysis of AFM images.

Graphical abstract: High-throughput AFM analysis reveals unwrapping pathways of H3 and CENP-A nucleosomes
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Nano-bio interface between human plasma and niosomes with different formulations indicates protein corona patterns for nanoparticle cell targeting and uptake

Polysorbate effects on nano-bio interactions: niosome (NIO) formulations containing Tween 20 and 21 (TW20/21) and cholesterol are promising drug delivery systems.

Graphical abstract: Nano-bio interface between human plasma and niosomes with different formulations indicates protein corona patterns for nanoparticle cell targeting and uptake
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Atomically resolved interfacial water structures on crystalline hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces

Hydration layers are formed on hydrophilic crystalline surfaces immersed in water.

Graphical abstract: Atomically resolved interfacial water structures on crystalline hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces
From the themed collection: 2021 Nanoscale HOT Article Collection
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Bayberry tannin directed assembly of a bifunctional graphene aerogel for simultaneous solar steam generation and marine uranium extraction

A bayberry tannin (BT) directed assembly of a bifunctional graphene aerogel (BGA) has been successfully fabricated, which can simultaneously achieve high performance solar steam generation and uranium adsorption capacity.

Graphical abstract: Bayberry tannin directed assembly of a bifunctional graphene aerogel for simultaneous solar steam generation and marine uranium extraction
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Tuning DNA–nanoparticle conjugate properties allows modulation of nuclease activity

A systematic study of the interactions between nucleases and oligonucleotide-coated gold nanoparticles (spherical nucleic acids, SNAs) demonstrates that the modular units of SNAs can be leveraged to either accelerate or suppress nuclease kinetics.

Graphical abstract: Tuning DNA–nanoparticle conjugate properties allows modulation of nuclease activity
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Stabilization effects in binary colloidal Cu and Ag nanoparticle electrodes under electrochemical CO2 reduction conditions

Colloidal Cu and Ag nanoparticles retain their shape during the CO2 reduction reaction (−0.8 V vs. RHE) due to immiscibility of the lattices and synergy at the nanoscale results in enhanced methane and C2 product formation.

Graphical abstract: Stabilization effects in binary colloidal Cu and Ag nanoparticle electrodes under electrochemical CO2 reduction conditions
From the themed collection: 2021 Nanoscale HOT Article Collection
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Single-layer polymeric tetraoxa[8]circulene modified by s-block metals: toward stable spin qubits and novel superconductors

Tetraoxa[8]circulene based 2D COFs doped with s-block metals possess metallic properties. Doping with Ca results in superconductivity and an open-shell singlet ground state composed of two doublets.

Graphical abstract: Single-layer polymeric tetraoxa[8]circulene modified by s-block metals: toward stable spin qubits and novel superconductors
From the themed collection: 2021 Nanoscale HOT Article Collection
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Influence of interaction between surface-modified magnetic nanoparticles with infectious biofilm components in artificial channel digging and biofilm eradication by antibiotics in vitro and in vivo

Artificial channels dug by non-interacting nanoparticles in infectious biofilms enhance antibiotic penetration and bacterial killing in vitro and in vivo.

Graphical abstract: Influence of interaction between surface-modified magnetic nanoparticles with infectious biofilm components in artificial channel digging and biofilm eradication by antibiotics in vitro and in vivo
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Single-step chemical vapour deposition of anti-pyramid MoS2/WS2 vertical heterostructures

Abnormal anti-pyramid MoS2/WS2 vertical heterostructures were synthesized by a facile single-step chemical vapour deposition.

Graphical abstract: Single-step chemical vapour deposition of anti-pyramid MoS2/WS2 vertical heterostructures
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Reactive molecular dynamics simulations of hydration shells surrounding spherical TiO2 nanoparticles: implications for proton-transfer reactions

Mechanisms of proton transfer reactions at the interface between realistic TiO2 nanoparticles and water by reactive molecular dynamics simulation.

Graphical abstract: Reactive molecular dynamics simulations of hydration shells surrounding spherical TiO2 nanoparticles: implications for proton-transfer reactions
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Self-sustaining enzyme nanocapsules perform on-site chemical reactions

Self-sustaining enzyme nanocapsules were prepared by the interfacial crosslinking of enzymes droplets. They acted both as nanoreactors and a transport module, and were used to transport reagents and perform reactions in different environments.

Graphical abstract: Self-sustaining enzyme nanocapsules perform on-site chemical reactions
From the themed collection: 2021 Nanoscale HOT Article Collection
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Shape retaining self-healing metal-coordinated hydrogels

We introduce pyrogallol end-functionalized telechelic PEGs that are crosslinked with di- or trivalent ions to result in self-healing, adhesive hydrogels whose mechanical properties can be varied over an unprecedented range.

Graphical abstract: Shape retaining self-healing metal-coordinated hydrogels
From the themed collection: Nanoscale Emerging Investigators
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Quantification of nanoscale forces in lectin-mediated bacterial attachment and uptake into giant liposomes

Two force probing methods were used to quantify nanoscale forces in the interaction of the bacterial lectin LecA with the glycolipid Gb3, revealing how the interaction aids bacterial attachment and lowers the energy required for bacterial uptake.

Graphical abstract: Quantification of nanoscale forces in lectin-mediated bacterial attachment and uptake into giant liposomes
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The role of grain boundary character in solute segregation and thermal stability of nanocrystalline Pt–Au

In nanocrystalline alloys, the anisotropy in grain boundary segregation and its impact on dynamic solute drag plays a key role in the thermal stability of these systems during processing treatments or under service conditions.

Graphical abstract: The role of grain boundary character in solute segregation and thermal stability of nanocrystalline Pt–Au
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Femtosecond laser driven precessing magnetic gratings

Manipulation and detection of spins at the nanoscale is of considerable contemporary interest as it may not only facilitate a description of fundamental physical processes but also plays a critical role in the development of spintronic devices.

Graphical abstract: Femtosecond laser driven precessing magnetic gratings
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Ionic charge distributions in silicon atomic surface wires

Using a non-contact atomic force microscope (nc-AFM), we examine continuous dangling bond (DB) wire structures patterned on the hydrogen terminated silicon (100)-2 × 1 surface.

Graphical abstract: Ionic charge distributions in silicon atomic surface wires
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Symmetric and asymmetric epitaxial growth of metals (Ag, Pd, and Pt) onto Au nanotriangles: effects of reductants and plasmonic properties

Symmetric and asymmetric epitaxial growth of metals (Ag, Pd, and Pt) onto Au nanotriangles via using L-asorbic acid and/or salicylic acid.

Graphical abstract: Symmetric and asymmetric epitaxial growth of metals (Ag, Pd, and Pt) onto Au nanotriangles: effects of reductants and plasmonic properties
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Selective deposition of metal oxide nanoflakes on graphene electrodes to obtain high-performance asymmetric micro-supercapacitors

Interdigitated asymmetric micro-supercapacitors based on Fe2O3 and MnO2 were selectively fabricated by a facile pulse current deposition (PCD) approach.

Graphical abstract: Selective deposition of metal oxide nanoflakes on graphene electrodes to obtain high-performance asymmetric micro-supercapacitors
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Conformation-dependent charge transport through short peptides

Machine-learning analyses enable identifying signatures of peptide conformers in single molecule electron transport experiments.

Graphical abstract: Conformation-dependent charge transport through short peptides
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Friction between soft contacts at nanoscale on uncoated and protein-coated surfaces

The influence of elastic modulus on the frictional properties of bio-relevant surfaces at the nanoscale is investigated. The results highlight the importance of selecting model systems that match the mechanical properties of the system of interest.

Graphical abstract: Friction between soft contacts at nanoscale on uncoated and protein-coated surfaces
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Quantitative mapping of magnetic properties at the nanoscale with bimodal AFM

We demonstrate that a force microscope operated in a bimodal configuration enables the mapping of magnetic interactions with high quantitative accuracy and high-spatial resolution (∼30 nm).

Graphical abstract: Quantitative mapping of magnetic properties at the nanoscale with bimodal AFM
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Nanoscale flow cytometry for immunophenotyping and quantitating extracellular vesicles in blood plasma

Nanoscale flow cytometry permits analysis of small particles in unpurified plasma and supports identification and quantitation of different particle populations.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale flow cytometry for immunophenotyping and quantitating extracellular vesicles in blood plasma
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Thermo-osmosis in hydrophilic nanochannels: mechanism and size effect

Mechanistic understanding of thermo-osmosis at nano scale is linked with non-equilibrium thermodynamics of the phenomenon. Fluid molecules at the boundary layers of solid surfaces experience a driving force which generates thermo-osmotic flow.

Graphical abstract: Thermo-osmosis in hydrophilic nanochannels: mechanism and size effect
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NaCl-template-based synthesis of TiO2-Pd/Pt hollow nanospheres for H2O2 direct synthesis and CO oxidation

TiO2-Pd/Pt hollow nanosphere (HNS) are prepared via NaCl templates in a one-pot approach.

Graphical abstract: NaCl-template-based synthesis of TiO2-Pd/Pt hollow nanospheres for H2O2 direct synthesis and CO oxidation
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Block copolymer–nanodiamond coassembly in solution: towards multifunctional hybrid materials

Coassembly between block copolymers and nanodiamonds (NDs) leads to transparent UV-protective coatings and hybrid superstructures with hierarchical assembly of NDs.

Graphical abstract: Block copolymer–nanodiamond coassembly in solution: towards multifunctional hybrid materials
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Structural evolution of iron forming iron oxide in a deep eutectic-solvothermal reaction

Iron oxide nanoparticle formation in DES was studied in situ across multiple length scales. Initial chloride-containing iron complexes react to form oxygen-rich species which precipitate. Morphology and growth time are defined by solvent composition.

Graphical abstract: Structural evolution of iron forming iron oxide in a deep eutectic-solvothermal reaction
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Phonon-assisted exciton dissociation in transition metal dichalcogenides

The photoresponse in 2D materials is limited by dissociation of tightly-bound excitons via scattering with phonons.

Graphical abstract: Phonon-assisted exciton dissociation in transition metal dichalcogenides
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Addressing molecular optomechanical effects in nanocavity-enhanced Raman scattering beyond the single plasmonic mode

A full multimodal description of a plasmonic cavity within a continuum-field model of molecular optomechanics provides new insights into vibrational dynamics and nonlinearities of Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS).

Graphical abstract: Addressing molecular optomechanical effects in nanocavity-enhanced Raman scattering beyond the single plasmonic mode
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Extended curly arrow rules to rationalise and predict structural effects on quantum interference in molecular junctions

An extension to curly arrow rules for the prediction of quantum interference behaviour in conjugated molecular wires widens the scope of this simple graphical method to wires containing heteroatoms, cross-conjugation and/or non-alternant structures.

Graphical abstract: Extended curly arrow rules to rationalise and predict structural effects on quantum interference in molecular junctions
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Heparin length in the coating of extremely small iron oxide nanoparticles regulates in vivo theranostic applications

The length of heparin oligosaccharides in the coating of extremely small iron oxide nanoparticles can control core size during synthesis for optimal positive MRI contrast, endow probes with specific bioactivities and majorly impact the in vivo pharmacokinetic properties.

Graphical abstract: Heparin length in the coating of extremely small iron oxide nanoparticles regulates in vivo theranostic applications
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Predicting the bulk modulus of single-layer covalent organic frameworks with square-lattice topology from molecular building-block properties

This computational study establishes a correlation between the elastic properties of COFs and their building-blocks towards the rational design of new materials with tailored properties.

Graphical abstract: Predicting the bulk modulus of single-layer covalent organic frameworks with square-lattice topology from molecular building-block properties
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A universal signature in the melting of metallic nanoparticles

We unveil a universal feature in the distribution of the atomic-pair distances that characterizes the melting of monometallic nanoparticles, in vacuum or in a strongly interacting environment, regardless of their size, shape, and composition.

Graphical abstract: A universal signature in the melting of metallic nanoparticles
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Sensibilization of p-NiO with ZnSe/CdS and CdS/ZnSe quantum dots for photoelectrochemical water reduction

Pairing ZnSe/CdS and CdS/ZnSe core/shell quantum dots with NiO thin film photocathodes enhances the photoelectrochemical water reduction.

Graphical abstract: Sensibilization of p-NiO with ZnSe/CdS and CdS/ZnSe quantum dots for photoelectrochemical water reduction
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Intracellular optical probing with gold nanostars

The morphology of non-functionalized gold nanostars determines the surface protein structure and their interaction with the endolysosomal compartment in cells.

Graphical abstract: Intracellular optical probing with gold nanostars
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Polarized emission of CdSe nanocrystals in magnetic field: the role of phonon-assisted recombination of the dark exciton

Optical phonon-assisted emission of dark excitons controls the intensity and maximum position of σ and σ+ polarized photoluminescence of CdSe nanocrystals.

Graphical abstract: Polarized emission of CdSe nanocrystals in magnetic field: the role of phonon-assisted recombination of the dark exciton
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Local administration of stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles in a thermoresponsive hydrogel promotes a pro-healing effect in a rat model of colo-cutaneous post-surgical fistula

Local minimally-invasive EV delivery on a thermo-actuated PF-127 gel enhanced EV residence time in colo-cutaneous fistulas promoting a therapeutic effect.

Graphical abstract: Local administration of stem cell-derived extracellular vesicles in a thermoresponsive hydrogel promotes a pro-healing effect in a rat model of colo-cutaneous post-surgical fistula
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Post-translational modifications soften vimentin intermediate filaments

We mechanically tested partially phosphorylated vimentin intermediate filaments using optical traps and found that the additional charges considerably soften the filaments.

Graphical abstract: Post-translational modifications soften vimentin intermediate filaments
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Tailored synthesis approach of (Mo2/3Y1/3)2AlC i-MAX and its two-dimensional derivative Mo1.33CTz MXene: enhancing the yield, quality, and performance in supercapacitor applications

Tailored synthesis method is used to produce higher yield of (Mo2/3Y1/3)2AlC i-MAX, for realization of 2D Mo1.33CTz MXene with ordered vacancies, the latter shows electrochemical performance equivalent to that produced from the Sc containing i-MAX.

Graphical abstract: Tailored synthesis approach of (Mo2/3Y1/3)2AlC i-MAX and its two-dimensional derivative Mo1.33CTz MXene: enhancing the yield, quality, and performance in supercapacitor applications
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Tuneable interfacial surfactant aggregates mimic lyotropic phases and facilitate large scale nanopatterning

Self-assembly of insoluble surfactants imposes curvature restrictions on the air–water interface which leads to 3D nanopatterns that can be deposited onto solid surfaces.

Graphical abstract: Tuneable interfacial surfactant aggregates mimic lyotropic phases and facilitate large scale nanopatterning
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Substrate adhesion evolves non-monotonically with processing time in millimeter-scale aligned carbon nanotube arrays

Aligned carbon nanotube (CNT) array adhesion strength evolves with CNT process time, decreasing and then increasing during growth and annealing, as captured by models relating CNT diameter, array effective modulus, and CNT–substrate work of adhesion.

Graphical abstract: Substrate adhesion evolves non-monotonically with processing time in millimeter-scale aligned carbon nanotube arrays
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In situ total scattering experiments of nucleation and crystallisation of tantalum-based oxides: from highly dilute solutions via cluster formation to nanoparticles

The formation mechanism of amorphous tantalum oxides was studied by total scattering experiments starting from alkoxide precursors. Hydrolysed TaxOyHz clusters form in highly dilute solutions which were transformed into L-Ta2O5 by calcination.

Graphical abstract: In situ total scattering experiments of nucleation and crystallisation of tantalum-based oxides: from highly dilute solutions via cluster formation to nanoparticles
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Optical magnetic lens: towards actively tunable terahertz optics

2D materials immersed into a non-uniform, profiled magnetic field can focus THz light. This opens the door to novel magnetically-tunable 2D lenses for ultrafast applications.

Graphical abstract: Optical magnetic lens: towards actively tunable terahertz optics
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Correction: Suppression of metal-to-insulator transition using strong interfacial coupling at cubic and orthorhombic perovskite oxide heterointerfaces

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Correction: Strong coupling of emitters to single plasmonic nanoparticles: exciton-induced transparency and Rabi splitting

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Correction: Electronic conductance and thermopower of single-molecule junctions of oligo(phenyleneethynylene) derivatives

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Correction: Cyclodextrin-based superparamagnetic host vesicles as ultrasensitive nanobiocarriers for electrosensing

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Correction: Mirror twin boundaries in MoSe2 monolayers as one dimensional nanotemplates for selective water adsorption

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Correction: PLGA protein nanocarriers with tailor-made fluorescence/MRI/PET imaging modalities

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Correction: Carbon dots with tunable dual emissions: from the mechanism to the specific imaging of endoplasmic reticulum polarity

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Correction: An ultrahigh thermal conductive graphene flexible paper

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Correction: Electrostatically modulated magnetophoretic transport of functionalised iron-oxide nanoparticles through hydrated networks

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Correction: Largely enhanced thermoelectric effect and pure spin current in silicene-based devices under hydrogen modification

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Correction: Design and characterization of a plasmonic Doppler grating for azimuthal angle-resolved surface plasmon resonances

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Correction: A ROS-scavenging multifunctional nanoparticle for combinational therapy of diabetic nephropathy

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