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Themed collection Recent Review Articles

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Initiation and future prospects of colloidal metal halide double-perovskite nanocrystals: Cs2AgBiX6 (X = Cl, Br, I)

Reviewing the present and future of “Green” metal halide double perovskite nanocrystals as potential optoelectronic materials.

Graphical abstract: Initiation and future prospects of colloidal metal halide double-perovskite nanocrystals: Cs2AgBiX6 (X = Cl, Br, I)
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Polymeric coatings for applications in electrocatalytic and photoelectrosynthetic fuel production

Polymeric coatings provide opportunities to control matter and energy in complex environments, including applications in artificial photosynthesis and solar fuels.

Graphical abstract: Polymeric coatings for applications in electrocatalytic and photoelectrosynthetic fuel production
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Polyoxometalate encapsulation into metal–organic frameworks: the way towards functional nanomaterials for water splitting

A new strategy has been reported for loading of polyoxometalates into metal–organic frameworks. It grants access to bifunctional electrocatalysts for hydrogen and oxygen evolution reactions.

Graphical abstract: Polyoxometalate encapsulation into metal–organic frameworks: the way towards functional nanomaterials for water splitting
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CO2 electoreduction reaction on heteroatom-doped carbon cathode materials

This highlight summarizes the recent developments of heteroatom-doped carbon cathode catalysts for CERR.

Graphical abstract: CO2 electoreduction reaction on heteroatom-doped carbon cathode materials
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Understanding inks for porous-electrode formation

Scalable manufacturing of high-aspect-ratio multi-material electrodes are important for advanced energy storage and conversion systems. There is a need to understand how one goes from a colloidal state through processing to a functional porous electrode. Such knowledge enables ink-engineering for electrode performance and durability optimization.

Graphical abstract: Understanding inks for porous-electrode formation
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One-electron intermediates of water oxidation & the role of solvation in their stability

The recent observations of one-electron intermediates of the water oxidation reaction, which localize charge to the surface, suggest that their stability is guided by solvation; in turn, this calls for an expansion of current theoretical calculations of their charge trapping capacity to include explicit solvent.

Graphical abstract: One-electron intermediates of water oxidation & the role of solvation in their stability
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Roadmap and roadblocks for the band gap tunability of metal halide perovskites

Solar cells based on metal-halide perovskite semiconductors inspire high hopes for efficient low-cost solar energy conversion technology. We here reflect on recent progress and potential limitations of the band gap tunability of these compound semiconductors.

Graphical abstract: Roadmap and roadblocks for the band gap tunability of metal halide perovskites
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Poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT): fruit fly or outlier in organic solar cell research?

Regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) is used as a model polymer for research in organic solar cells.

Graphical abstract: Poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT): fruit fly or outlier in organic solar cell research?
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Recent advances and energy-related applications of high quality/chemically doped graphenes obtained by electrochemical exfoliation methods

An overview of recently developed strategies to access high quality and chemically doped graphenes by electrochemical exfoliation methods and their energy applications is provided.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances and energy-related applications of high quality/chemically doped graphenes obtained by electrochemical exfoliation methods
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Ni- and/or Mn-Based Layered Transition Metal Oxides as Cathode Materials for Sodium Ion Batteries: Status, Challenges and Countermeasurements

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Diketopyrrolopyrrole-based Conjugated Materials for Non-fullerene Organic Solar Cells

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Electrolytes for Advanced Lithium Ion Batteries Using Silicon-Based Anodes

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One-dimensional copper-based heterostructures toward photo-driven reduction of CO2 to sustainable fuels and feedstocks

The current rapid industrial development causes both a heavy reliance on non-renewable energy and a dramatic increase in atmospheric CO2 concentration, which in turn lead to severe energy and environmental crises.

Graphical abstract: One-dimensional copper-based heterostructures toward photo-driven reduction of CO2 to sustainable fuels and feedstocks
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Characterization of the adsorption site energies and heterogeneous surfaces of porous materials

Heterogeneity of porous structures is an important material property involved during the design of adsorbents, catalysts and molecular recognition materials. This review discusses the mathematical methods that can characterize adsorption site energies and surface heterogeneity from the adsorption isotherms.

Graphical abstract: Characterization of the adsorption site energies and heterogeneous surfaces of porous materials
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Recent advances in precious metal-free bifunctional catalysts for electrochemical conversion systems

The gradually “depleting” fossil fuels calls for development sustainable and pollution free energy, this work summarize the recent progress in exploring bifunctional electrocatalysts toward several potential electrochemical conversion devices.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in precious metal-free bifunctional catalysts for electrochemical conversion systems
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Recent advances in sensitive and rapid mercury determination with graphene-based sensors

This review discusses recent advances in graphene-based Hg2+ sensors with a focus on optical, electrochemical, and electronic sensing platforms.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in sensitive and rapid mercury determination with graphene-based sensors
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Recent advances in separators to mitigate technical challenges associated with re-chargeable lithium sulfur batteries

Different classes of coating materials with their functional groups and mechanism of interaction with PSs.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in separators to mitigate technical challenges associated with re-chargeable lithium sulfur batteries
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Recent advances in lithium containing ceramic based sorbents for high-temperature CO2 capture

Recently, lithium containing ceramic based high-temperature CO2 sorbents have received tremendous attention due to their high CO2 capture capacity, low regeneration temperatures, and relatively high stability.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in lithium containing ceramic based sorbents for high-temperature CO2 capture
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Sodium-based Batteries: From Critical Materials to Battery Systems

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Redox mediators: a shuttle to efficacy in metal-O2 batteries

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Composites of metal oxides and intrinsically conducting polymers as supercapacitor electrodes: The best of both worlds?

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Film-forming electrolyte additives for rechargeable lithium ion batteries: progress and outlooks

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Multidimentional nanostructured membrane electrode assemblies for proton exchange membrane fuel cell applications

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Current Progress in Interfacial Engineering of Carbon-Based Perovskite Solar Cells

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Metal–organic framework composites and their electrochemical applications

Metal–organic framework composites and their electrochemical applications are introduced to help integrate the advantageous properties and mitigate the disadvantages of their individual components. The synthesis and electrochemical applications of MOF composites are comprehensively summarized, and their outlook in this research area is presented in this review.

Graphical abstract: Metal–organic framework composites and their electrochemical applications
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Nanocatalysis by noble metal nanoparticles: controlled synthesis for the optimization and understanding of activities

This review discusses the importance of physical/chemical control in metallic NPs for the optimization and understanding of catalytic performances.

Graphical abstract: Nanocatalysis by noble metal nanoparticles: controlled synthesis for the optimization and understanding of activities
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Anionic defect engineering of transition metal oxides for oxygen reduction and evolution reactions

Techniques for anionic defect engineering in transition metal oxides and mechanisms of how anion defects affect their oxygen reaction activities.

Graphical abstract: Anionic defect engineering of transition metal oxides for oxygen reduction and evolution reactions
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Stability progress of perovskite solar cells dependent on the crystalline structure: From 3D ABX3 to 2D Ruddlesden–Popper perovskite absorbers

This review presents the progress of the change of the PSK structure from 3 dimensional CH3NH3PbX3 to mixed cations or halides based PSKs and finally to Ruddlesden–Popper PSK two dimensional (2D) homologous structures regarding the lifetime improvement.

Graphical abstract: Stability progress of perovskite solar cells dependent on the crystalline structure: From 3D ABX3 to 2D Ruddlesden–Popper perovskite absorbers
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Covalent triazine frameworks: synthesis and applications

Covalent triazine frameworks (CTFs) represent an exciting new type of porous organic material (POP), which have some unique characteristics, i.e., aromatic C[double bond, length as m-dash]N linkage (triazine unit) and the absence of any weak bonds.

Graphical abstract: Covalent triazine frameworks: synthesis and applications
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Nanoscale hetero-interfaces between metals and metal compounds for electrocatalytic applications

This article reviews recent advances in the synthetic strategies for metal/metal compound hetero-interfaces within a nanostructure and their beneficial synergistic effect on the electrocatalytic performance toward energy conversion applications such as the HER, OER and ORR.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale hetero-interfaces between metals and metal compounds for electrocatalytic applications
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Recent advances in layered double hydroxide electrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution reaction

This review summarizes recent progress in layered double hydroxide oxygen evolution reaction electrocatalysts including design strategies, key issues and future prospects.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in layered double hydroxide electrocatalysts for the oxygen evolution reaction
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Dendritic fibrous nano-particles (DFNPs): rising stars of mesoporous materials

This review article provides a comprehensive overview of the dendritic fibrous nano-particle (DFNP) family including its origin, synthesis methods, structural characteristics and models, promising applications, and so forth.

Graphical abstract: Dendritic fibrous nano-particles (DFNPs): rising stars of mesoporous materials
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Molecular engineering of central fused-ring cores of non-fullerene acceptors for high-efficiency organic solar cells

Core engineering on fused-ring electron acceptors for high-efficiency OSCs is reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Molecular engineering of central fused-ring cores of non-fullerene acceptors for high-efficiency organic solar cells
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Recent advances in oxidation and degradation mechanisms of ultrathin 2D materials under ambient conditions and their passivation strategies

Oxidation and degradation mechanisms of ultrathin 2D materials at the atomic level are discussed; passivation mechanisms and strategies are summarized.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in oxidation and degradation mechanisms of ultrathin 2D materials under ambient conditions and their passivation strategies
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Upgrading earth-abundant biomass into three-dimensional carbon materials for energy and environmental applications

Abundant biomass is well accepted as a carbon-rich, sustainable, and renewable precursor for three-dimensional carbon materials, offering us a plethora of possibilities for energy conversion and storage as well as environmental treatments.

Graphical abstract: Upgrading earth-abundant biomass into three-dimensional carbon materials for energy and environmental applications
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Recent progress in metal–organic polymers as promising electrodes for lithium/sodium rechargeable batteries

Recent progress in the usage of metal organic polymers (coordination polymers (CPs), metal–organic frameworks (MOFs), Prussian blue and Prussian blue analogues (PBAs)) as electrodes in Li/Na rechargeable batteries has been reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in metal–organic polymers as promising electrodes for lithium/sodium rechargeable batteries
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Recent progress in flexible non-lithium based rechargeable batteries

This review elaborately summarizes the latest progresses in flexible non-lithium rechargeable batteries including flexible electrode construction, separators, solid electrolyte synthesis, full battery design, packaging and optimization.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in flexible non-lithium based rechargeable batteries
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3D printed electrochemical energy storage devices

Recent progress in 3D printing of electrochemical energy storage devices.

Graphical abstract: 3D printed electrochemical energy storage devices
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Recent developments in electrode materials for potassium-ion batteries

Due to their abundant resources and potential price advantage, potassium-ion batteries (KIBs) have recently drawn increasing attention as a promising alternative to lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) for their applications in electrochemical energy storage applications.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in electrode materials for potassium-ion batteries
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Recent progress in electrocatalytic nitrogen reduction

Ammonia (NH3) is an activated nitrogen building block for the manufacture of modern fertilizers, plastics, fibers, explosives, etc.; however, its production is limited to the traditional Haber–Bosch process.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in electrocatalytic nitrogen reduction
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A review of electrode materials based on core–shell nanostructures for electrochemical supercapacitors

This review article outlines the most commonly used methods for making the core/shell structures as the active materials for supercapacitors over the past decade (2007–2018), and points out the most efficient combination of the material categories and morphologies for the core/shell structure.

Graphical abstract: A review of electrode materials based on core–shell nanostructures for electrochemical supercapacitors
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Atomic (single, double, and triple atoms) catalysis: frontiers, opportunities, and challenges

SACs, DACs, and TACs, heterogeneous catalysts with the advantages of homogeneous catalysts, are ideal models for exploring catalytic mechanisms and further designing catalysts.

Graphical abstract: Atomic (single, double, and triple atoms) catalysis: frontiers, opportunities, and challenges
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Metal–organic frameworks for lithium–sulfur batteries

The applications of metal–organic frameworks and their composites and derivatives in lithium–sulfur batteries are comprehensively summarized and outlooks of them are given in this review.

Graphical abstract: Metal–organic frameworks for lithium–sulfur batteries
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Nanofibrillated cellulose composites and wood derived scaffolds for functional materials

We compare functional NFC composites and wood derived scaffolds regarding mechanical performance, electric and magnetic properties as well as oil/water separation and heavy metal remediation.

Graphical abstract: Nanofibrillated cellulose composites and wood derived scaffolds for functional materials
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Lithium-ion batteries: outlook on present, future, and hybridized technologies

Key insights into the evolution of lithium-ion batteries: present, future, and hybridized technologies.

Graphical abstract: Lithium-ion batteries: outlook on present, future, and hybridized technologies
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Multilayered hierarchical polymer composites for high energydensity capacitors

Recent progress in multilayered hierarchical polymer composites for advanced dielectric energy storage are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Multilayered hierarchical polymer composites for high energydensity capacitors
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Triplet excitons: improving exciton diffusion length for enhanced organic photovoltaics

Organic materials containing heavy atoms have been used in photovoltaics to overcome a fundamental limitation: short exciton diffusion length (LD). We highlight studies showing increased LD in solar cells using triplet-generating materials and tackle challenges that the field faces with possible avenues for future research.

Graphical abstract: Triplet excitons: improving exciton diffusion length for enhanced organic photovoltaics
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Performance improvement strategies for quantum dot-sensitized solar cells: a review

Efficient strategies are systematically summarized from six corresponding aspects, providing comprehensive and valuable guidance for performance improvement in QDSCs.

Graphical abstract: Performance improvement strategies for quantum dot-sensitized solar cells: a review
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Metal–organic frameworks: a promising platform for constructing non-noble electrocatalysts for the oxygen-reduction reaction

This review provides an overview of crucial roles that MOFs have played in constructing non-noble ORR catalysts.

Graphical abstract: Metal–organic frameworks: a promising platform for constructing non-noble electrocatalysts for the oxygen-reduction reaction
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Polymeric and ceramic silicon-based coatings – a review

From precursors to novel polymeric and ceramic coatings with tailored properties. The first review on coatings based on silicon preceramic polymers.

Graphical abstract: Polymeric and ceramic silicon-based coatings – a review
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Revisiting polymeric single lithium-ion conductors as an organic route for all-solid-state lithium ion and metal batteries

This review describes the current status and challenges of polymeric single lithium-ion conductors for all-solid-state lithium ion and metal batteries.

Graphical abstract: Revisiting polymeric single lithium-ion conductors as an organic route for all-solid-state lithium ion and metal batteries
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Hydrogels for anion removal from water

Hydrogels have garnered attention as effective adsorbents for unwanted anion removal from water due to their unique properties. We summarise recently developed hydrogels that may be used to remove anionic pollutants from aqueous solution, including non-covalently assembled hydrogels, covalently crosslinked hydrogels, and hybrid hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Hydrogels for anion removal from water
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Rational design and construction of nanoporous iron- and nitrogen-doped carbon electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction

This review pays specific attention to the design and synthetic strategies of Fe-N/C materials with porous structures and their merits towards ORR.

Graphical abstract: Rational design and construction of nanoporous iron- and nitrogen-doped carbon electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction
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Recent advancements in and perspectives on flexible hybrid perovskite solar cells

In this review, we discuss the current state-of-art, research gateways and future prospects of flexible (bendable) perovskite solar cells (PSCs) towards their eventual commercialization.

Graphical abstract: Recent advancements in and perspectives on flexible hybrid perovskite solar cells
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Recent progress in visible light photocatalytic conversion of carbon dioxide

Recent progress in visible light photocatalytic CO2 conversion with H2O, H2 or CH4 was deeply evaluated with emphasis on the development of catalysts.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in visible light photocatalytic conversion of carbon dioxide
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Graphitic carbon nitride based materials for electrochemical energy storage

Graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4), with a unique structure analogous to graphite, has attracted ever-increasing attention for electrochemical energy storage due to its high surface area, metal-free characteristic, low cost and facile synthesis.

Graphical abstract: Graphitic carbon nitride based materials for electrochemical energy storage
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Two-dimensional materials as catalysts for solar fuels: hydrogen evolution reaction and CO2 reduction

The issues of global warming and fossil fuel shortage have increased the demand for clean and renewable energy.

Graphical abstract: Two-dimensional materials as catalysts for solar fuels: hydrogen evolution reaction and CO2 reduction
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Recent advances in anion-doped metal oxides for catalytic applications

Doping anions, such as fluorine, chlorine, sulfur, carbon or nitrogen elements, into the oxygen sites of metal oxides can alter the catalytic capability of metal oxide catalysts.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in anion-doped metal oxides for catalytic applications
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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
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Conjugated materials containing dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole and its derivatives for organic and hybrid solar cell applications

Dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole (DTP) and its derivatives have occupied an important position in both electron-rich and electron-deficient building blocks to construct photovoltaic materials. Here, we highlight the exciting progress of donors based on original DTP, N-acyl DTP and fused DTP and acceptors based on lactam and imide, respectively.

Graphical abstract: Conjugated materials containing dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole and its derivatives for organic and hybrid solar cell applications
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Recent progress in nanostructured transition metal nitrides for advanced electrochemical energy storage

Recent advances and future opportunities pertaining to transition metal nitride based hybrid nanostructures for advanced electrochemical energy storage are reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in nanostructured transition metal nitrides for advanced electrochemical energy storage
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A full overview of international standards assessing the long-term stability of perovskite solar cells

Perovskite solar cells have emerged as promising candidates for photovoltaics. Passing existing standards is a necessary minimum requirement for a possible commercialisation. Here, we analyse the most current international stability standards and to which degree perovskites have passed them. We then elaborate on the most pertinent challenges for the long-term stability of perovskites in the coming years.

Graphical abstract: A full overview of international standards assessing the long-term stability of perovskite solar cells
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Recent advances in the preparation, characterization, and applications of two-dimensional heterostructures for energy storage and conversion

This review summarizes recent advances in the preparation and characterization of 2D heterostructures for energy storage and conversion.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the preparation, characterization, and applications of two-dimensional heterostructures for energy storage and conversion
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Emergence of s-heptazines: from trichloro-s-heptazine building blocks to functional materials

The article briefly summarizes the development of material designs including molecular and polymeric frameworks from trichloro-s-heptazine.

Graphical abstract: Emergence of s-heptazines: from trichloro-s-heptazine building blocks to functional materials
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Recent advances toward practical use of halide perovskite nanocrystals

Halide perovskite nanocrystals (NCs) and quantum dots (QDs) have received considerable attention, due to their superior photoluminescence quantum yields close to unity, variable morphologies, and tunable optical bandgaps achieved by modifying their composition, size and dimensionality.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances toward practical use of halide perovskite nanocrystals
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A heterojunction strategy to improve the visible light sensitive water splitting performance of photocatalytic materials

This article summarizes the photocatalytic water splitting performance improvement with a heterojunction system.

Graphical abstract: A heterojunction strategy to improve the visible light sensitive water splitting performance of photocatalytic materials
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Recent progress in two-dimensional polymers for energy storage and conversion: design, synthesis, and applications

The synthetic methods of two-dimensional polymers and their applications in energy storage and conversion are reviewed with an emphasis on the underlying method–structure–property relationships.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in two-dimensional polymers for energy storage and conversion: design, synthesis, and applications
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A review of magnesiothermic reduction of silica to porous silicon for lithium-ion battery applications and beyond

We reviewed magnesiothermic reduction of silica – a scalable route to porous silicon for battery electrodes – and identify the topics for future research.

Graphical abstract: A review of magnesiothermic reduction of silica to porous silicon for lithium-ion battery applications and beyond
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Blue energy harvesting on nanostructured carbon materials

This report summarizes experimental advances in, as well as the physical understanding of, the development of carbon-enabled nanogenerators for the water-energy nexus and illustrates their key features for electricity generation.

Graphical abstract: Blue energy harvesting on nanostructured carbon materials
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Recent advances in electron acceptors with ladder-type backbone for organic solar cells

Ladder-type non-fullerene acceptors have developed very rapidly since 2015 as they have tunable structure, broad absorption region and good morphology control. The design guidelines and material progress as well as the device understanding are summarized in this review.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in electron acceptors with ladder-type backbone for organic solar cells
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This collection contains recent Review-type articles published by Journal of Materials Chemistry A, the home for high impact applications, properties and synthesis of exciting new materials for energy and sustainability. New articles will be added to this collection as soon as possible after publication.


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