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Microporous metal–organic frameworks for the purification of propylene

The latest advancement in developing MOF adsorbents for effective separation and purification of propylene from propane is summarized, with a focus on molecular exclusion based separation mechanism and propane-selective adsorption.

Graphical abstract: Microporous metal–organic frameworks for the purification of propylene
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Review Article

Metallic active-site engineering: a bridge between covalent triazine frameworks and high-performance catalysts

Engineering metallic active sites (nano-scale/low-coordination/isolated metal active sites and active metal oxide/sulfide) into CTFs is an effective strategy for high-performance and large-scale industrial catalysis.

Graphical abstract: Metallic active-site engineering: a bridge between covalent triazine frameworks and high-performance catalysts
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Accepted Manuscript - Review Article

Research Progress on Constructing Self-Supporting Cathodes of Synergistic Electrocatalytic ORR/OER for Zinc-Air Batteries

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Review Article

Thermocatalytic CO2 conversion by siliceous matter: a review

Silica/silicate-based nanocatalysts have shown great potential for catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 to various value-added chemicals. This review presents the recent development of siliceous matter in this important field of heterogeneous catalysis.

Graphical abstract: Thermocatalytic CO2 conversion by siliceous matter: a review
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Accepted Manuscript - Communication

Dynamic molecular tunnel junctions based on self-assembled monolayer for high tunneling current triboelectricity generation

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Communication

Super-efficient fire safety poly(lactide) enabled by unique radical trapping

Poly(lactic acid) (PLA) as a promising bio-plastic will decompose to small molecule flammable volatiles via chain scission, which thus exhibit poor fire safety and highly restrict its real-world applications.

Graphical abstract: Super-efficient fire safety poly(lactide) enabled by unique radical trapping
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Communication

Inhibition of the P3–O3 phase transition via local symmetry tuning in P3-type layered cathodes for ultra-stable sodium storage

We reconfigure the sodiation/desodiation process of P3-type layered cathodes by a local symmetry tuning strategy to enhance their stability. The cathodes exhibit long-term cycling stability with a higher capacity retention of 74% after 2000 cycles at 1C.

Graphical abstract: Inhibition of the P3–O3 phase transition via local symmetry tuning in P3-type layered cathodes for ultra-stable sodium storage
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Communication

Redox mediators promote electrochemical oxidation of nitric oxide toward ambient nitrate synthesis

Under ambient conditions, using low concentration NO (1%), ultrahigh nitrate formation rates in a two-electrode system can be achieved via the eCOR-NOOR. The structure changes of electrode materials under real reaction conditions are revealed.

Graphical abstract: Redox mediators promote electrochemical oxidation of nitric oxide toward ambient nitrate synthesis
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Miscibility driven morphology modulation in ternary solar cells

The PDI-EH molecule was synthesized and integrated into ternary OSCs to obtain miscibility-driven morphology optimization. The relationship between the optimized morphology and charge carrier dynamics was explored by PiFM and TP-AFM characterization.

Graphical abstract: Miscibility driven morphology modulation in ternary solar cells
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High thermoelectric performance in entropy-driven Ge1−2xyPbxSnxSbyTe

An ultrahigh zT of 2.5 at 723 K is achieved in an entropy driven Ge0.84Pb0.025Sn0.025Sb0.11Te sample showing a promising output power density (PDmax) of ∼590 mW cm−2 at ΔT = 448 K in a fabricated double leg device.

Graphical abstract: High thermoelectric performance in entropy-driven Ge1−2x−yPbxSnxSbyTe
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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Modulation of CO2 Adsorption Thermodynamics and Selectivity in Alkali-Carbonate Activated N-Rich Porous Carbons

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

S-doped C3N5 derived from thiadiazole for efficient photocatalytic hydrogen evolution

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Room-temperature magnetism in two-dimensional metal-organic frameworks enabled by electrostatic gating

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High-capacity sulfide all-solid-state lithium battery with a conversion-type iron fluoride cathode

rGO-FeF3 composites are synthesized by an in situ solvothermal approach to build efficient electronic/ionic conduction pathways and suppress active material dissolution for ASSBs with high-ionic-conductivity sulfide electrolytes.

Graphical abstract: High-capacity sulfide all-solid-state lithium battery with a conversion-type iron fluoride cathode
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The lattice strain dominated catalytic activity in single-metal nanosheets

Porous flexible iridium nanosheets (Ir-PFNSs) with compressive strain were obtained by annealing 3R phase iridium oxide (3R-IrO2) in a hydrogen atmosphere, which can exhibit excellent acid HER activity by a new three-hydrogen-involved mechanism.

Graphical abstract: The lattice strain dominated catalytic activity in single-metal nanosheets
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An artificial neural network using multi-head intermolecular attention for predicting chemical reactivity of organic materials

A new type of artificial neural network to predict the reaction rate constant from two molecular structures. An explainable model was constructed using the multi-head intermolecular attention technique.

Graphical abstract: An artificial neural network using multi-head intermolecular attention for predicting chemical reactivity of organic materials
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Asymmetric nonfullerene acceptors with isomeric trifluorobenzene-substitution for high-performance organic solar cells

By alternating the substituted position in the terminal end group, two asymmetric non-fullerene acceptor isomers are designed, showing a better device performance for the γ-substituted fashion.

Graphical abstract: Asymmetric nonfullerene acceptors with isomeric trifluorobenzene-substitution for high-performance organic solar cells
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Tailoring stability, catalytic activity and selectivity of covalent metal–organic frameworks via steric modification of metal nodes

A novel and efficient strategy was developed to enhance the stability, control the catalytic activity, and improve the selectivity of Cu(I) cyclic trinuclear unit (Cu-CTU)-based metal–organic frameworks by steric modification of copper nodes.

Graphical abstract: Tailoring stability, catalytic activity and selectivity of covalent metal–organic frameworks via steric modification of metal nodes
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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Efficient Polymer Acceptor with Fluorinated Linkers Enables All Polymer Solar Cells with Efficiency of 15.7%

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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Insight into fast lithium diffusion and interface stability of disordered rock-salt ω-Li3V2O5 anodes in a wide temperature range

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Silicon disulfide for high-performance Li-ion batteries and solid-state electrolytes

A layered silicon disulfide (SiS2) was synthesized on a large-scale via a solid–gas phase reaction and applied as an anode material for Li-ion batteries and solid-state electrolytes for all-solid-state batteries.

Graphical abstract: Silicon disulfide for high-performance Li-ion batteries and solid-state electrolytes
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Controlling the density of storable charge of surface faradaic layers on Fe2O3 photoanodes for solar rechargeable devices

The density of storable charge (DOSC) is introduced as the number of charges stored in a surface faradaic layer of a semiconductor, and it can be used to describe the charge transfer kinetic process in semiconductor/electrolyte interfaces.

Graphical abstract: Controlling the density of storable charge of surface faradaic layers on Fe2O3 photoanodes for solar rechargeable devices
From the themed collection: Photofunctional Materials and Transformations
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Highly selective photocatalytic CO2 reduction via a lead-free perovskite/MOF catalyst

A lead-free perovskite/MOF catalyst shows a high CO selectivity of 99.5% for photocatalytic CO2 reduction, stemming from efficient charge separation, formation of *COOH intermediates, and prompt CO desorptionof the catalyst.

Graphical abstract: Highly selective photocatalytic CO2 reduction via a lead-free perovskite/MOF catalyst
From the themed collection: Photofunctional Materials and Transformations
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Manipulating selective amine transformation pathways via cocatalyst-modified monolayer ZnIn2S4 photocatalysts

Cu2S/ZnIn2S4 and Ru2S/ZnIn2S4 composites are constructed to achieve highly selective divergent synthesis of imines and secondary amines via the tunable visible light-driven amine dehydrogenation coupling reaction.

Graphical abstract: Manipulating selective amine transformation pathways via cocatalyst-modified monolayer ZnIn2S4 photocatalysts
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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Melamine sponge templated synthesis of nickel nanoparticles encapsulated in B, N co-doped carbon nanotubes towards selective electrosynthesis of hydrogen peroxide

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Open Access Paper

A comparative analysis of the influence of hydrofluoroethers as diluents on solvation structure and electrochemical performance in non-flammable electrolytes

TTE (1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethyl 2,2,3,3-tetrafluoropropyl ether) shows better performance than BTFE (bis(2,2,2-trifluoroethyl)ether as diluent in a localized highly concentrated electrolyte based on lithium bis(fluorosulfonyl)imide in triethylposphate.

Graphical abstract: A comparative analysis of the influence of hydrofluoroethers as diluents on solvation structure and electrochemical performance in non-flammable electrolytes
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Initiating highly efficient (Bi,Ce)2(O,S)3−x oxysulfide catalysts with rich oxygen vacancies for hydrogen evolution via adjusting valence band configuration

Converting Bi2S3 into an efficient PHER catalyst by defect engineering to form solid solutions with the incorporation of Ce and O into Bi2S3 for bimetal–chalcogen (Bi,Ce)2(O,S)3−x catalysts.

Graphical abstract: Initiating highly efficient (Bi,Ce)2(O,S)3−x oxysulfide catalysts with rich oxygen vacancies for hydrogen evolution via adjusting valence band configuration
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Chloride-doping, defect and interlayer engineering of copper sulfide for superior sodium-ion batteries

A flower-like copper sulfide anode with NH4+ interlayer intercalation, chloride-doping and rich vacancy defects is developed for sodium-ion batteries, demonstrating high reversible capacity and excellent rate capability.

Graphical abstract: Chloride-doping, defect and interlayer engineering of copper sulfide for superior sodium-ion batteries
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Regioselective acylation attaching aromatic substituents in simple nonfullerene acceptors for efficient organic solar cells

Regioselective acylation was used to prepare aromatic substituted benzodithiophenediones (BDDs) and then construct new nonfullerene acceptors. Nonfullerene Ph-BDD with a bare benzene ring exhibited a high efficiency of 13.64% and good thermal and storage stabilities.

Graphical abstract: Regioselective acylation attaching aromatic substituents in simple nonfullerene acceptors for efficient organic solar cells
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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Ultrafine ZnSe/CoSe Nanodots Encapsulated in Core-shell MOFs-Derived Hierarchically Porous N-doped Carbon Nanotubes for Superior Lithium/Sodium Storage

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Spin-engineered Cu–Ni metallic aerogels for enhanced ethylamine electrosynthesis from acetonitrile

Spin engineering is an effective strategy to improve the performance of catalysts, but it has been rarely demonstrated for the acetonitrile reduction reaction (ARR) to date.

Graphical abstract: Spin-engineered Cu–Ni metallic aerogels for enhanced ethylamine electrosynthesis from acetonitrile
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LEGO-block-inspired versatile triboelectric nanogenerators as power cells to harvest vibration energy

Like batteries, the proposed LI-TENGs are compact and can be rapidly assembled and spliced without additional wires.

Graphical abstract: LEGO-block-inspired versatile triboelectric nanogenerators as power cells to harvest vibration energy
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Synergistic design of core–shell V3S4@C hosts and homogeneous catalysts promoting polysulfide chemisorption and conversion for Li–S batteries

The synergistic design of 1D core–shell V3S4@C hosts and homogeneous catalyst Co(C5H5)2 is proposed to promote the chemisorption and conversion kinetics of polysulfides towards advanced Li–S batteries with high areal S loading and low E/S ratio.

Graphical abstract: Synergistic design of core–shell V3S4@C hosts and homogeneous catalysts promoting polysulfide chemisorption and conversion for Li–S batteries
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Photothermal-coupled solar photocatalytic CO2 reduction with high efficiency and selectivity on a MoO3−x@ZnIn2S4 core–shell S-scheme heterojunction

An S-scheme heterojunction of core–shell MoO3−x@ZnIn2S4 is first constructed for photothermal-coupled solar photocatalytic CO2 reduction with high efficiency and selectivity.

Graphical abstract: Photothermal-coupled solar photocatalytic CO2 reduction with high efficiency and selectivity on a MoO3−x@ZnIn2S4 core–shell S-scheme heterojunction
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Hierarchical Ni2P/Zn–Ni–P nanosheet array for efficient energy-saving hydrogen evolution and hydrazine oxidation

A hierarchical Ni2P/Zn–Ni–P nanosheet array with unique structure and interfacial characteristics shows excellent catalytic performance in energy-saving hydrogen evolution and hydrazine oxidation.

Graphical abstract: Hierarchical Ni2P/Zn–Ni–P nanosheet array for efficient energy-saving hydrogen evolution and hydrazine oxidation
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Electrocatalytic sulfion recycling assisted energy-saving hydrogen production using CuCo-based nanosheet arrays

A HER//SOR hybrid water electrolysis system for hydrogen production by using CuCoN/CC as the cathode electrode and CuCoS/CC as the anode electrode.

Graphical abstract: Electrocatalytic sulfion recycling assisted energy-saving hydrogen production using CuCo-based nanosheet arrays
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Ultrathin metal−organic layers/carbon nitride nanosheet composites as 2D/2D heterojunctions for efficient CO2 photoreduction

Metal−organic layers (MOLs), with well-defined, abundant active sites and good electron transport capabilities, are ideal platforms for studying the photoreduction of CO2 to value-added chemicals feedstocks in 2D/2D assembled materials.

Graphical abstract: Ultrathin metal−organic layers/carbon nitride nanosheet composites as 2D/2D heterojunctions for efficient CO2 photoreduction
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Acid-triggered two-stage superlarge redshift absorption for turn-on type photothermal conversion at the first and second near-infrared window

A series of “turn-on” type NIR materials are developed with two-stage superlarge redshifted absorption in the first and second NIR window under the stimulation of protonation for smart photothermal conversion.

Graphical abstract: Acid-triggered two-stage superlarge redshift absorption for turn-on type photothermal conversion at the first and second near-infrared window
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Atomic-level orbital coupling in a tri-metal alloy site enables highly efficient reversible oxygen electrocatalysis

An atomic-level orbital coupling strategy was presented to effectively regulate the electronic structures of ultra-small tri-metal Fe–Co–Ni alloy nanoparticles to fabricate an efficient and robust bi-functional oxygen electrocatalyst.

Graphical abstract: Atomic-level orbital coupling in a tri-metal alloy site enables highly efficient reversible oxygen electrocatalysis
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Improving the intrinsic conductivity of δ-MnO2 by indium doping for high-performance neutral aqueous sodium-ion supercapacitors with commercial-level mass-loading

Indium is introduced to δ-MnO2 for the first time. The conductivity of δ-MnO2 can be doubled and a high specific capacity can be achieved at a commercial-level mass loading.

Graphical abstract: Improving the intrinsic conductivity of δ-MnO2 by indium doping for high-performance neutral aqueous sodium-ion supercapacitors with commercial-level mass-loading
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New strategies to improve two-electron oxygen reduction reaction selectivity of polypyrrole-based catalysts

Stabilizing N–H bonds by the hydrogen-bonding interaction in polymerization or transforming the deprotonated –N+– species into C–N bonds by calcining polypyrrole-based catalysts can improve the electrochemical two-electron oxygen reduction reaction.

Graphical abstract: New strategies to improve two-electron oxygen reduction reaction selectivity of polypyrrole-based catalysts
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Open Access Paper

Ion transport in semi-solid in-salt electrolytes: LiTFSI–H2O as a model system

Several theories have been proposed to explain the co-existence of high conductivity and high salt concentration for water-in-salt electrolytes. Here, we fill the gap related to the structural, physical, and electrochemical properties of the LiTFSI–H2O binary system at high mol kg−1.

Graphical abstract: Ion transport in semi-solid in-salt electrolytes: LiTFSI–H2O as a model system
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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Encapsulated C12A7 electride material enables multistep electron transfer process for cross-coupling reactions

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A self-supported bifunctional MoNi4 framework with iron doping for ultra-efficient water splitting

The strong doping effect of Fe on MoNi4 has been demonstrated, which achieves a bifunctional water splitting activity and a two-electrode device can be driven by a 1.5 V AAA battery.

Graphical abstract: A self-supported bifunctional MoNi4 framework with iron doping for ultra-efficient water splitting
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Vacancy controlled n–p conduction type transition in CuAgSe with superior thermoelectric performance

The conduction type of CuAgSe can be tuned by chemical composition. The positron technique indicates that n–p transition is controlled by vacancy.

Graphical abstract: Vacancy controlled n–p conduction type transition in CuAgSe with superior thermoelectric performance
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B4C enhances the supported platinum DER/HER performance

The high energy barrier of D–O bond breakage leads to a slow kinetic reaction rate in the electrocatalytic deuterium evolution reaction (DER).

Graphical abstract: B4C enhances the supported platinum DER/HER performance
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Open Access Paper

Supramolecular engineering of cathode materials for aqueous zinc-ion hybrid supercapacitors: novel thiophene-bridged donor–acceptor sp2 carbon-linked polymers

Donor–acceptor carbon-linked conjugated polymers (DA-CCPs) with thiophene-S active sites have been used for the first time as cathodes in rechargeable aqueous zinc-ion hybrid supercapacitors, exhibiting a performance surpassing the state of the art.

Graphical abstract: Supramolecular engineering of cathode materials for aqueous zinc-ion hybrid supercapacitors: novel thiophene-bridged donor–acceptor sp2 carbon-linked polymers
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Enhancing energy storage performance in Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3-based lead-free relaxor ferroelectric ceramics along a stepwise optimization route

A stepwise optimization route yields a general way to design synthetic ESP ceramics. NBT-BST-BMS-VPP ceramics obtain an ultrahigh Wrec of 7.5 J cm−3 under 440 kV cm−1.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing energy storage performance in Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3-based lead-free relaxor ferroelectric ceramics along a stepwise optimization route
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Accepted Manuscript - Paper

High Proton Conductive and Stable Sulfonated Poly(arylene-alkane) for Fuel Cell with Performance over 2.46 W cm-2

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Open Access Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Re-investigating the structure-property relationship of the solid electrolyte Li3-xIn1-xZrxCl6 and the impact of In-Zr(IV) substitution

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Open Access Paper

Demonstrating the source of inherent instability in NiFe LDH-based OER electrocatalysts

During their lifetime, the electrocatalytically active NiFe LDH platelets show impressive, but unstable water-splitting capabilities due largely to compositional degradation.

Graphical abstract: Demonstrating the source of inherent instability in NiFe LDH-based OER electrocatalysts
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A D–A type polymer as an organic cathode material for sodium-based dual-ion batteries with 3.0 V output voltage

Two D–A type polymers for organic cathodes were designed and synthesized for dual-ion batteries. Among them, the full cells assembled by BPyPz and bismuth provides a satisfactory voltage of 3 V.

Graphical abstract: A D–A type polymer as an organic cathode material for sodium-based dual-ion batteries with 3.0 V output voltage
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Modulating oxygen vacancy concentration on Bi4V2O11 nanorods for synergistic photo-driven plastic waste oxidation and CO2 reduction

Synergistic photo-driven plastic waste oxidation and CO2 reduction on Bi4V2O11 nanorods with abundant oxygen vacancies.

Graphical abstract: Modulating oxygen vacancy concentration on Bi4V2O11 nanorods for synergistic photo-driven plastic waste oxidation and CO2 reduction
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Nitrogen doping to accelerate the phase transition to ordered intermetallic Pt3Co catalyst for the oxygen reduction reaction in fuel cells

An efficient nitrogen doping strategy is developed to accelerate the disorder-to-order phase transition of Pt3Co catalyst, and the as-prepared ordered Pt3Co shows a PEMFC power density of 1.27 W cm−2 at 0.6 V.

Graphical abstract: Nitrogen doping to accelerate the phase transition to ordered intermetallic Pt3Co catalyst for the oxygen reduction reaction in fuel cells
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Red emissive carbon dots as a fluorescent sensor for fast specific monitoring and imaging of polarity in living cells

This work presents red emissive CDs as a promising fluorescent sensor with excellent photostability, high fluorescence quantum yield, and negligible cytotoxicity for real-time sensing and visualizing polarity changes in mitochondria and lysosomes.

Graphical abstract: Red emissive carbon dots as a fluorescent sensor for fast specific monitoring and imaging of polarity in living cells
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Open Access Paper

Self-assembly of metal–organosilicate on porous silica substrates for efficient CO2 hydrogenation to methanol

The self-assembly of metal–organosilicate shells on silica substrates and their derived CuZn-catalysts for MeOH synthesis from CO2 hydrogenation.

Graphical abstract: Self-assembly of metal–organosilicate on porous silica substrates for efficient CO2 hydrogenation to methanol
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Effects of state filling and localization on chemical expansion in praseodymium-oxide perovskites

Computational study of Pr-based perovskites supported by experiments uncovering insights and design principles for chemical expansion. Hole location on oxygen is highlighted as a route to achieving near-zero chemical expansion.

Graphical abstract: Effects of state filling and localization on chemical expansion in praseodymium-oxide perovskites
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Synergism of oxygen–iodine binary vacancies with the interfacial electric field: enhancing CO2 photoreduction over VO–I-BiOCl/BiOI atomic-thin nanosheets

Synergism of oxygen–iodine binary vacancies to interfacial electric field was developed by a cascade electrospray-annealing preparation, which enhanced CO2 photoreduction over VO–I-BiOCl/BiOI atomic-thin nanosheets.

Graphical abstract: Synergism of oxygen–iodine binary vacancies with the interfacial electric field: enhancing CO2 photoreduction over VO–I-BiOCl/BiOI atomic-thin nanosheets
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Post cobalt doping and defect engineering of NbSSe for efficient hydrogen evolution reaction

Post cobalt doped NbSSe was synthesized by combining chemical vapor transport and the hydrothermal method, which exhibited excellent HER performance due to the synergistic effect of cobalt doping and S/Se vacancies.

Graphical abstract: Post cobalt doping and defect engineering of NbSSe for efficient hydrogen evolution reaction
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Few-layer MoS2 nanosheets with and without silicon nanoparticles as anodes for lithium-ion batteries

NaCl crystals are employed as a substrate to grow MoS2 nanosheets. On dissolving NaCl, the nanosheets are introduced to silicon nanoparticles using layer-by-layer assembly forming robust MoS2@Si anodes for lithium-ion batteries.

Graphical abstract: Few-layer MoS2 nanosheets with and without silicon nanoparticles as anodes for lithium-ion batteries
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A large size BiVO4 photoanode with high stability for efficient water oxidation and wastewater treatment coupled with H2 evolution

A large size BiVO4 photoanode with high stability for efficient photoelectrochemical water oxidation and TCH degradation coupled with H2 evolution.

Graphical abstract: A large size BiVO4 photoanode with high stability for efficient water oxidation and wastewater treatment coupled with H2 evolution
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Bioinspired hollow porous fibers with low emissivity and conductivity aluminum platelet skin for thermal insulation

Hollow porous fibers with low emissivity and conductivity aluminum platelets skin for thermal insulation.

Graphical abstract: Bioinspired hollow porous fibers with low emissivity and conductivity aluminum platelet skin for thermal insulation
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Self-assembled cathode induced by polarization for high-performance solid oxide fuel cell

Herein, we developed an unsintered LaCo0.6Ni0.4O3−δ-Er0.4Bi1.6O3 cathode for IT-SOFC. The cathode/electrolyte interface is induced via polarization, and competitive performance is achieved.

Graphical abstract: Self-assembled cathode induced by polarization for high-performance solid oxide fuel cell
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A multifunctional composite membrane for high-safety lithium-ion batteries

Thermal runaway and dendrite growth in lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) induce serious safety hazards and impede their further applications.

Graphical abstract: A multifunctional composite membrane for high-safety lithium-ion batteries
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A new automated synthesis of a coke-resistant Cs-promoted Ni-supported nanocatalyst for sustainable dry reforming of methane

A uniform Cs-promoted Ni/Al2O3 nanocatalyst prepared by using a reliable automatic system shows extremely high productivity as well as good stability and coke resistance. The improved stability with doped Cs was elucidated by computational studies.

Graphical abstract: A new automated synthesis of a coke-resistant Cs-promoted Ni-supported nanocatalyst for sustainable dry reforming of methane
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Understanding the role of Zn vacancy induced by sulfhydryl coordination for photocatalytic CO2 reduction on ZnIn2S4

Zn vacancy ZnIn2S4 tuned Gibbs free energy of *COOH which is the rate determining step of phototcatalytic CO2 reduction from endothermic to exothermic process.

Graphical abstract: Understanding the role of Zn vacancy induced by sulfhydryl coordination for photocatalytic CO2 reduction on ZnIn2S4
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Optimized electron/ion transport by constructing radially oriented channels in MXene hybrid fiber electrodes for high-performance supercapacitors at low temperatures

High-performance all-solid-state fiber supercapacitors assembled with MXene/RGO/PEDOT:PSS hybrid fiber electrodes with radially oriented channels and an anti-freezing electrolyte exhibit excellent capacitance retention at ultralow temperatures.

Graphical abstract: Optimized electron/ion transport by constructing radially oriented channels in MXene hybrid fiber electrodes for high-performance supercapacitors at low temperatures
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A single-ion gel polymer electrolyte based on polyimide grafted with lithium 3-chloropropanesulfonyl (trifluoromethanesulfonyl) imide for high performance lithium ion batteries

A polyimide-based single-ion polymer PI-LiCPSI was prepared. PI-SIGPE obtained by compounding of PI-LiCPSI and PVDF-HFP showed good mechanical properties due to the rigid frame and strong interface, and also possessed excellent electrochemical and cycling performance.

Graphical abstract: A single-ion gel polymer electrolyte based on polyimide grafted with lithium 3-chloropropanesulfonyl (trifluoromethanesulfonyl) imide for high performance lithium ion batteries
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Building a rigid-soft coupling interphase by a reduction–oxidation collaborative approach with lithium difluorobis(oxalato) phosphate additives

Based on the reduction and oxidation product property study of lithium difluorobis(oxalato) phosphate, a gomphosis-like solid electrolyte layer is constructed, and proven to be rigid-soft coupling, increasing the stability of interphases.

Graphical abstract: Building a rigid-soft coupling interphase by a reduction–oxidation collaborative approach with lithium difluorobis(oxalato) phosphate additives
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Single Pd atoms supported on ultra-thin bismuth tungstate nanosheets with oxygen vacancies as an efficient photocatalyst

The O vacancies of ultra-thin bismuth tungstate confine Pd atoms to produce a Pd-VO-UBWO SAC, which exhibits high photocatalytic activity for NO oxidation and RhB degradation.

Graphical abstract: Single Pd atoms supported on ultra-thin bismuth tungstate nanosheets with oxygen vacancies as an efficient photocatalyst
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