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Themed collection 2019 Journal of Materials Chemistry A HOT Papers

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Review Article

Liquid mobility on superwettable surfaces for applications in energy and the environment

Liquid mobility on super-wettable materials is of interest for enhanced heat transfer, self-cleaning, anti-fouling, anti-icing, water-harvesting, and oil–water separation.

Graphical abstract: Liquid mobility on superwettable surfaces for applications in energy and the environment
Accepted Manuscript - Communication

Lewis acidic water as a new carrier for facilitating CO2 transport

Communication

Na2Ru1−xMnxO3 as the cathode for sodium-ion batteries

A suitable Mn doping (x = 0.1) enhances the kinetics and structural stability of Na2RuO3, generating a superior electrochemical performance.

Graphical abstract: Na2Ru1−xMnxO3 as the cathode for sodium-ion batteries
Communication

A Li–O2 battery cathode with vertical mass/charge transfer pathways

An oxygen cathode with a rolled vertical CNT film configuration is proposed for advanced Li–O2 batteries.

Graphical abstract: A Li–O2 battery cathode with vertical mass/charge transfer pathways
Communication

Facile synthesis of porous hybrid materials based on Calix-3 dye and TiO2 for high photocatalytic water splitting performance with excellent stability

A highly robust hybrid material Calix-3-TiO2 based on calixarene dye and TiO2 is prepared by a facile sol–gel method for the first time. When Pt nanoparticles are introduced onto the hybrid, the catalysts display efficient and persistent photocatalytic water splitting activities.

Graphical abstract: Facile synthesis of porous hybrid materials based on Calix-3 dye and TiO2 for high photocatalytic water splitting performance with excellent stability
Open Access Communication

An efficient carbon-based ORR catalyst from low-temperature etching of ZIF-67 with ultra-small cobalt nanoparticles and high yield

Low-temperature etching of ZIF-67 is proposed for ultra-small cobalt/cobalt-oxide nanoparticles in nitrogen-doped graphene-networks as an efficient electrocatalyst for the oxygen reduction reaction.

Graphical abstract: An efficient carbon-based ORR catalyst from low-temperature etching of ZIF-67 with ultra-small cobalt nanoparticles and high yield
Communication

Flexible nonfullerene organic solar cells based on embedded silver nanowires with an efficiency up to 11.6%

Flexible non-fullerene organic solar cells based on AgNWs embedded in polyimide substrates demonstrate a high efficiency up to 11.6%.

Graphical abstract: Flexible nonfullerene organic solar cells based on embedded silver nanowires with an efficiency up to 11.6%
Communication

Photocatalytic dehydrogenation of formic acid promoted by a superior PdAg@g-C3N4 Mott–Schottky heterojunction

The superior PdAg@g-C3N4 Mott–Schottky heterojunction exhibits boosting dehydrogenation photocatalysis of formic acid (TOF = 420 h−1) without any additive under visible light (λ > 400 nm) at room temperature.

Graphical abstract: Photocatalytic dehydrogenation of formic acid promoted by a superior PdAg@g-C3N4 Mott–Schottky heterojunction
Communication

Salt-templated growth of monodisperse hollow nanostructures

We develop a salt-templated route to monodisperse hollow nanostructures in a green, robust, efficient, cost-effective and scalable manner.

Graphical abstract: Salt-templated growth of monodisperse hollow nanostructures
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Transformation and migration in secondary zinc-air batteries studied by in situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction and X-ray tomography

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Self-recovering robust electrode for highly efficient CO2 electrolysis in symmetrical solid oxide electrolysis cell

Paper

Simultaneous reduction of surface, bulk, and interface recombination for Au nanoparticle-embedded hematite nanorod photoanodes toward efficient water splitting

A novel method to reduce surface, bulk, and interface recombination simultaneously.

Graphical abstract: Simultaneous reduction of surface, bulk, and interface recombination for Au nanoparticle-embedded hematite nanorod photoanodes toward efficient water splitting
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Nanoporous high entropy alloys for highly stable and efficient catalysis

Paper

Defect chemical studies on oxygen release from the Li-rich cathode material Li1.2Mn0.6Ni0.2O2−δ

Oxygen release from a Li-rich cathode material was quantitatively evaluated and discussed based on defect chemistry and thermodynamics.

Graphical abstract: Defect chemical studies on oxygen release from the Li-rich cathode material Li1.2Mn0.6Ni0.2O2−δ
Open Access Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Mechanism for spontaneous oxygen and hydrogen evolution on CoO nanoparticles

Open Access Paper

Hollow polymer dots: nature-mimicking architecture for efficient photocatalytic hydrogen evolution reaction

Mimicking nature is always beneficial for improving the performance of artificial systems.

Graphical abstract: Hollow polymer dots: nature-mimicking architecture for efficient photocatalytic hydrogen evolution reaction
Paper

Controllable CO2 conversion in high performance proton conducting solid oxide electrolysis cells and the possible mechanisms

CO2 was successfully converted to valuable products using P-SOECs, and the reaction mechanisms were discussed.

Graphical abstract: Controllable CO2 conversion in high performance proton conducting solid oxide electrolysis cells and the possible mechanisms
Paper

Transparent, pressure-sensitive, and healable e-skin from a UV-cured polymer comprising dynamic urea bonds

A UV curable, healable polymer was synthesized, and hybridized with silver nanowires to afford a pressure-sensitive e-skin capable of irradiation-induced healing.

Graphical abstract: Transparent, pressure-sensitive, and healable e-skin from a UV-cured polymer comprising dynamic urea bonds
Open Access Paper

Ethanolamine-assisted low-temperature crystallization of hydroxide nanoparticle ink into transparent and conductive ITO layers

Surface modification with ethanolamine was elaborated to reduce crystallization temperature and achieve transparent conductive oxide (TCO) layers from a solution processing method.

Graphical abstract: Ethanolamine-assisted low-temperature crystallization of hydroxide nanoparticle ink into transparent and conductive ITO layers
Paper

Nanoscale electrical property enhancement through antimony incorporation to pave the way for the development of low-temperature processed Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 solar cells

The Sb-assisted grain growth and nanoscale band-bending enhancement directly decrease the selenization temperature down to 470 °C.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale electrical property enhancement through antimony incorporation to pave the way for the development of low-temperature processed Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 solar cells
Paper

Exfoliation of amorphous phthalocyanine conjugated polymers into ultrathin nanosheets for highly efficient oxygen reduction

Defects and disorders in the individual layers of phthalocyanine CPs diminish interlayer π–π stacking interaction, favoring the exfoliation of the CPs into ultrathin nanosheets with a high yield.

Graphical abstract: Exfoliation of amorphous phthalocyanine conjugated polymers into ultrathin nanosheets for highly efficient oxygen reduction
Paper

A metal–organic framework with suitable pore size and dual functionalities for highly efficient post-combustion CO2 capture

A novel porous material was realized for highly efficient post-combustion CO2 capture with high CO2 adsorption capacity, high selectivity and moderate heat of adsorption, mainly attributed to the suitable pore size and dual functionalities.

Graphical abstract: A metal–organic framework with suitable pore size and dual functionalities for highly efficient post-combustion CO2 capture
Paper

Mesoporous cobalt–iron–organic frameworks: a plasma-enhanced oxygen evolution electrocatalyst

Developing highly active electrocatalysts with rich oxygen vacancies and precisely distributed metal sites holds exceptional promise for various renewable and sustainable energy technologies.

Graphical abstract: Mesoporous cobalt–iron–organic frameworks: a plasma-enhanced oxygen evolution electrocatalyst
Paper

Photochromic and super anti-wetting coatings based on natural nanoclays

Photochromic and super anti-wetting coatings with self-cleaning properties and high stability are prepared, making them superior to conventional photochromic materials.

Graphical abstract: Photochromic and super anti-wetting coatings based on natural nanoclays
Paper

Enhancing photovoltaic performance by tuning the domain sizes of a small-molecule acceptor by side-chain-engineered polymer donors

This paper reports side-chain-engineered polymer donors and a small-molecule acceptor that are capable of simultaneous charge and energy transfer as the active layer for organic photovoltaics.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing photovoltaic performance by tuning the domain sizes of a small-molecule acceptor by side-chain-engineered polymer donors
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Comparative kinetic study of redox mediators for high-power lithium–oxygen batteries

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Sequential Growth of Hierarchical N-Doped Carbon-MoS2 Nanocomposites with Variable Nanostructures

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

In Situ Structural Evolution of Nickel Boride Catalyst towards Synergistic Geometric and Electronic Optimization of Oxygen Evolution Reaction

Paper

Triggering highly stable catalytic activity of metallic titanium for hydrogen storage in NaAlH4 by preparing ultrafine nanoparticles

Ultrafine Ti nanoparticles (3–5 nm) supported on amorphous carbon are prepared as a highly active catalyst for hydrogen storage in NaAlH4.

Graphical abstract: Triggering highly stable catalytic activity of metallic titanium for hydrogen storage in NaAlH4 by preparing ultrafine nanoparticles
Paper

Mechanistic understanding of electrochemical plating and stripping of metal electrodes

Mechanisms driving the evolution of the metal electrode interface during plating, stripping and formation of dead metal.

Graphical abstract: Mechanistic understanding of electrochemical plating and stripping of metal electrodes
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Facile synthesis of Co/Pd supported by few-walled carbon nanotubes as an efficient bidirectional catalyst for low temperature hydrogen storage properties of magnesium hydride

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Boosting the Supercapacitor Performance of Activated Carbon by Constructing Overall Conductive Networks Using Graphene Quantum Dots

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

A delicately-designed poly(vinylene carbonate-acrylonitrile) copolymer electrolyte enables 5 V lithium batteries

Paper

Nitrogen-doped carbon sheets coated on CoNiO2@textile carbon as bifunctional electrodes for asymmetric supercapacitors

Oxidative polymerization of dopamine and the subsequent thermal conversion generate N-doped carbon protective layers which could significantly improve the cycling stability of CoNiO2 electrodes.

Graphical abstract: Nitrogen-doped carbon sheets coated on CoNiO2@textile carbon as bifunctional electrodes for asymmetric supercapacitors
Paper

Acid tolerant covalently functionalized graphene oxide for the selective extraction of Pd from high-level radioactive liquid wastes

Covalently functionalized graphene oxides were explored as a promising material for the recycle of severely depleting highly demanded palladium (Pd) from strongly acidic conditions.

Graphical abstract: Acid tolerant covalently functionalized graphene oxide for the selective extraction of Pd from high-level radioactive liquid wastes
Paper

Dancing with 5-substituted monotetrazoles, oxygen-rich ions, and silver: towards primary explosives with positive oxygen balance and excellent energetic performance

The first two examples of ECP-based primary explosives exhibiting a positive oxygen balance (based on CO2), [Ag5NT4NO3]n and [Ag5NT4ClO4]n, are presented.

Graphical abstract: Dancing with 5-substituted monotetrazoles, oxygen-rich ions, and silver: towards primary explosives with positive oxygen balance and excellent energetic performance
Paper

A Cu3PS4 nanoparticle hole selective layer for efficient inverted perovskite solar cells

Cu3PS4 nanoparticles are used as a new inorganic hole selective layer (HSL) to fabricate efficient perovskite thin-film solar cells in the inverted device configuration.

Graphical abstract: A Cu3PS4 nanoparticle hole selective layer for efficient inverted perovskite solar cells
Paper

MOF derived CoO-NCNTs two-dimensional networks for durable lithium and sodium storage

Cobalt oxides encapsulated at the apical postion of by nitrogen-doped carbon nanotubes into two dimensional networks originatinge from the lamellar coordinated polymer for high-performaence lithium/sodium ion batteries.

Graphical abstract: MOF derived CoO-NCNTs two-dimensional networks for durable lithium and sodium storage
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Interface engineering on Janus Pd-Au heterojunction co-catalysts for selective photocatalytic reduction of CO2 to CH4

Paper

Ultrasmall-sized SnS nanosheets vertically aligned on carbon microtubes for sodium-ion capacitors with high energy density

In this work, the porous SnS nanosheets with abundant ultra-small nanocrystals aligned on carbon microtubes are designed to achieve good structural stability, remarkable rate capability and high sodium storage capability.

Graphical abstract: Ultrasmall-sized SnS nanosheets vertically aligned on carbon microtubes for sodium-ion capacitors with high energy density
Open Access Paper

Lone-pair effect on carrier capture in Cu2ZnSnS4 solar cells

Fast electron–hole recombination in kesterite solar cells is linked to the chemistry of the Sn lone electron pair.

Graphical abstract: Lone-pair effect on carrier capture in Cu2ZnSnS4 solar cells
Paper

Atomistic understanding of structural evolution, ion transport and oxygen stability in layered NaFeO2

We provide atomistic understanding of structural evolution, ion transport and oxygen stability in layered NaFeO2, and reveal how strains can be used to enhance ion transport and oxygen stability.

Graphical abstract: Atomistic understanding of structural evolution, ion transport and oxygen stability in layered NaFeO2
Paper

Enhanced CO2 electrolysis with a SrTiO3 cathode through a dual doping strategy

Remarkable cathode performances for CO2 electrolysis have been achieved by introducing more oxygen vacancies in Mn/Cr-doped and A-site deficient titanates.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced CO2 electrolysis with a SrTiO3 cathode through a dual doping strategy
Paper

An imidazolium iodide salt as a bifunctional co-adsorbent for quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells: improvements of electron lifetime and charge collection efficiency

An imidazolium iodide salt as a bifunctional co-adsorbent improves the electron lifetime and charge collection efficiency for quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells.

Graphical abstract: An imidazolium iodide salt as a bifunctional co-adsorbent for quasi-solid-state dye-sensitized solar cells: improvements of electron lifetime and charge collection efficiency
Paper

Ultratough nacre-inspired epoxy–graphene composites with shape memory properties

Nacre-inspired epoxy–graphene composites with unique fracture toughness and thermo or electro-active shape memory properties are engineered via freeze-casting.

Graphical abstract: Ultratough nacre-inspired epoxy–graphene composites with shape memory properties
Paper

Origins of ultralow thermal conductivity in 1-2-1-4 quaternary selenides

Low thermal conductivity of BaAb2SnSe4 is measured, which can be attributed to the weakly-bonded Ag–Ag dimers.

Graphical abstract: Origins of ultralow thermal conductivity in 1-2-1-4 quaternary selenides
Paper

Predicting performance limits of methane gas storage in zeolites with an artificial neural network

Crystalline nanoporous materials (i.e. shapes) were generated in the energy space using an artificial neural network.

Graphical abstract: Predicting performance limits of methane gas storage in zeolites with an artificial neural network
Paper

Two-dimensional Sb@TiO2−x nanoplates as a high-performance anode material for sodium-ion batteries

Two-dimensional Sb@TiO2−x nanoplates with abundant voids deliver high reversible capacity, excellent rate capability and stable cycling performance.

Graphical abstract: Two-dimensional Sb@TiO2−x nanoplates as a high-performance anode material for sodium-ion batteries
Paper

A strategy to develop highly efficient TENGs through the dielectric constant, internal resistance optimization, and surface modification

We have shown an enhancement in the output performance of PDMS/ZnSnO3/MWCNT based TENGs through modification of dielectric constant, internal resistance, and surface patterning.

Graphical abstract: A strategy to develop highly efficient TENGs through the dielectric constant, internal resistance optimization, and surface modification
Paper

Insight into different-microstructured ZnO/graphene-functionalized separators affecting the performance of lithium–sulfur batteries

A multifunctional separator composed of different dimensional ZnO and graphene is fabricated via a vacuum filtration method, which can provide sufficient active sites to adsorb polysulfides, thus enhancing the cycling stability and rate performance of lithium–sulfur batteries.

Graphical abstract: Insight into different-microstructured ZnO/graphene-functionalized separators affecting the performance of lithium–sulfur batteries
Paper

Lateral heterojunctions within ultrathin FeS–FeSe2 nanosheet semiconductors for photocatalytic hydrogen evolution

An ultrathin FeS–FeSe2 lateral heterojunction photocatalyst with nanoscale precision for H2 evolution.

Graphical abstract: Lateral heterojunctions within ultrathin FeS–FeSe2 nanosheet semiconductors for photocatalytic hydrogen evolution
Paper

Reverse synthesis of star anise-like cobalt doped Cu-MOF/Cu2+1O hybrid materials based on a Cu(OH)2 precursor for high performance supercapacitors

A vertically oriented star anise-like MOF-based material is prepared by a novel strategy using Cu(OH)2 as the template and precursor, which shows promising electrochemical energy storage properties.

Graphical abstract: Reverse synthesis of star anise-like cobalt doped Cu-MOF/Cu2+1O hybrid materials based on a Cu(OH)2 precursor for high performance supercapacitors
Paper

Solvent-induced surface disorder and doping-induced lattice distortion in anatase TiO2 nanocrystals for enhanced photoreversible color switching

Photoreversible color switching based on anatase TiO2 nanocrystals was regulated by solvent-induced surface disorder and Sn2+ doping-induced lattice distortion.

Graphical abstract: Solvent-induced surface disorder and doping-induced lattice distortion in anatase TiO2 nanocrystals for enhanced photoreversible color switching
Paper

Highly efficient near-infrared and semitransparent polymer solar cells based on an ultra-narrow bandgap nonfullerene acceptor

Non-fullerene polymer solar cells based on a low bandgap polymer PTB7-Th and an ultra-narrow bandgap acceptor ACS8 exhibited an optimal PCE of 13.2%, indicating that the blend of PTB7-Th/ACS8 has potential for the practical applications of PSCs.

Graphical abstract: Highly efficient near-infrared and semitransparent polymer solar cells based on an ultra-narrow bandgap nonfullerene acceptor
Paper

A hybrid energy storage mechanism of carbonous anodes harvesting superior rate capability and long cycle life for sodium/potassium storage

N-Doped interconnected carbon spheres were fabricated to investigate the difference between sodium and potassium storage mechanisms.

Graphical abstract: A hybrid energy storage mechanism of carbonous anodes harvesting superior rate capability and long cycle life for sodium/potassium storage
Paper

A small molecule donor containing a non-fused ring core for all-small-molecule organic solar cells with high efficiency over 11%

All-small-molecule OSCs based on a new small molecule, P2TBR, with a non-fused ring core exhibited a record-breaking PCE of 11.5%.

Graphical abstract: A small molecule donor containing a non-fused ring core for all-small-molecule organic solar cells with high efficiency over 11%
Paper

A computational study on Pt and Ru dimers supported on graphene for the hydrogen evolution reaction: new insight into the alkaline mechanism

The dissociative chemisorption energy of water was proposed to address both thermodynamics and kinetics of alkaline hydrogen evolution.

Graphical abstract: A computational study on Pt and Ru dimers supported on graphene for the hydrogen evolution reaction: new insight into the alkaline mechanism
Paper

High-performance lithium–organic batteries by achieving 16 lithium storage in poly(imine-anthraquinone)

The Li/PIAQ cell exhibits excellent electrochemical performances with a 16 Li-storage mechanism based on DFT calculations and experimental investigations.

Graphical abstract: High-performance lithium–organic batteries by achieving 16 lithium storage in poly(imine-anthraquinone)
Paper

Towards improved efficiency of polymer solar cells via chlorination of a benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b′]dithiophene based polymer donor

A chlorine substituted benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b′]dithiophene based conjugated polymer, PBT-Cl, is designed and synthesized as a donor material for high-performance polymer solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Towards improved efficiency of polymer solar cells via chlorination of a benzo[1,2-b:4,5-b′]dithiophene based polymer donor
Paper

Photo-oxidative degradation of methylammonium lead iodide perovskite: mechanism and protection

A new three-step photo-oxidative degradation mechanism of MAPbI3 is proposed. A strategy for protecting MAPbI3 by 2-(4-fluorophenyl)propan-2-amine modification is designed.

Graphical abstract: Photo-oxidative degradation of methylammonium lead iodide perovskite: mechanism and protection
Paper

Unexpectedly high cross-plane thermoelectric performance of layered carbon nitrides

A strategy to increase the efficiency of layered organic thermoelectric material is proposed by utilizing the overlap of pz orbitals.

Graphical abstract: Unexpectedly high cross-plane thermoelectric performance of layered carbon nitrides
Paper

Nonhalogen solvent-processed polymer solar cells based on chlorine and trialkylsilyl substituted conjugated polymers achieve 12.8% efficiency

A novel chlorine and alkylsilyl substituted polymer PBZ-ClSi was synthesized and the nonhalogen solvent-processed PSCs achieved an efficiency of 12.8%.

Graphical abstract: Nonhalogen solvent-processed polymer solar cells based on chlorine and trialkylsilyl substituted conjugated polymers achieve 12.8% efficiency
Paper

A theoretical approach to address interfacial problems in all-solid-state lithium ion batteries: tuning materials chemistry for electrolyte and buffer coatings based on Li6PA5Cl hali-chalcogenides

Even though ultra-fast Li+ ion conductors based on sulfides such as LGPS and Li6PS5Cl have been developed in recent years, rather limited advancement has been made towards developing all-solid-state lithium ion batteries due to serious interface-related problems.

Graphical abstract: A theoretical approach to address interfacial problems in all-solid-state lithium ion batteries: tuning materials chemistry for electrolyte and buffer coatings based on Li6PA5Cl hali-chalcogenides
Paper

Utilization of biomass pectin polymer to build high efficiency electrode architectures with sturdy construction and fast charge transfer structure to boost sodium storage performance for NASICON-type cathode

Electronic and ionic conductive network accelerate transfer of Na+ among particles and thus enabling cathode to show remarkable rate capability.

Graphical abstract: Utilization of biomass pectin polymer to build high efficiency electrode architectures with sturdy construction and fast charge transfer structure to boost sodium storage performance for NASICON-type cathode
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Preparation and comparison of NP-GLIDE, SLIPS, superhydrophobic, and other coatings from identical precursors at different mixing ratios

Five types of self-cleaning coatings were prepared and compared, and the results facilitate the choice of a coating for targeted applications.

Graphical abstract: Preparation and comparison of NP-GLIDE, SLIPS, superhydrophobic, and other coatings from identical precursors at different mixing ratios
Paper

Rechargeable Na/Ni batteries based on the Ni(OH)2/NiOOH redox couple with high energy density and good cycling performance

Rechargeable battery systems that use Na-based anodes as alternatives to Li-ion batteries are highly desirable for grid-scale energy storage systems owing to the high abundance and low cost of Na.

Graphical abstract: Rechargeable Na/Ni batteries based on the Ni(OH)2/NiOOH redox couple with high energy density and good cycling performance
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Carbon-vacancy modified graphitic carbon nitride: enhanced CO2 photocatalytic reduction performance and mechanism probing

Enhanced charge carrier generation, attenuated exciton-effect as well as upgraded CO2 adsorption/activation lead to a promoted CO2-to-CO photocatalytic conversion ability for C-vacancy modified GCN.

Graphical abstract: Carbon-vacancy modified graphitic carbon nitride: enhanced CO2 photocatalytic reduction performance and mechanism probing
Paper

An efficient multi-functional material based on polyether-substituted indolocarbazole for perovskite solar cells and solution-processed non-doped OLEDs

A multi-functional material is demonstrated, and it simultaneously improves the efficiency of PSCs and emits bright light for solution-processed non-doped OLEDs.

Graphical abstract: An efficient multi-functional material based on polyether-substituted indolocarbazole for perovskite solar cells and solution-processed non-doped OLEDs
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2D few-layer iron phosphosulfide: a self-buffer heterophase structure induced by irreversible breakage of P–S bonds for high-performance lithium/sodium storage

2D few-layer FePS3 is proposed for high-performance and low-temperature lithium/sodium storage through the synergism of oriented nanoengineering and intrinsic phase evolution.

Graphical abstract: 2D few-layer iron phosphosulfide: a self-buffer heterophase structure induced by irreversible breakage of P–S bonds for high-performance lithium/sodium storage
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Room-temperature-processed fullerene single-crystalline nanoparticles for high-performance flexible perovskite photovoltaics

Room-temperature-processed C60 single-crystalline nanoparticles were employed as a high-performance organic electron-selective scaffold for both rigid and flexible perovskite solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Room-temperature-processed fullerene single-crystalline nanoparticles for high-performance flexible perovskite photovoltaics
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This on-going web collection features all the articles published in Journal of Materials Chemistry A in 2019 marked as HOT, as recommended by referees.  Congratulations to all the authors whose articles are featured!

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