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Themed collection 2019 Journal of Materials Chemistry C HOT Papers

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Towards organic neuromorphic devices for adaptive sensing and novel computing paradigms in bioelectronics

We present an overview of the latest studies on organic neuromorphic and smart sensing devices and highlight the potential of these concepts to enhance the interaction efficiency between electronics and biological substances.

Graphical abstract: Towards organic neuromorphic devices for adaptive sensing and novel computing paradigms in bioelectronics
Review Article

The role of excitons in 3D and 2D lead halide perovskites

Excitons in lead halide perovskites often go unnoticed as minority species, yet they account for almost all of light emission.

Graphical abstract: The role of excitons in 3D and 2D lead halide perovskites
Review Article

Methylamine-induced defect-healing and cationic substitution: a new method for low-defect perovskite thin films and solar cells

Methylamine-induced defect-healing and cationic substitution was reviewed for low defect perovskite films with better crystal quality and high stability.

Graphical abstract: Methylamine-induced defect-healing and cationic substitution: a new method for low-defect perovskite thin films and solar cells
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Review Article

Bio-inspired sensing and actuating materials

Biological systems contain various amazing examples that can display adaptive and active behaviors in response to external stimuli.

Graphical abstract: Bio-inspired sensing and actuating materials
Review Article

Structural origins of the electronic properties of materials via time-resolved infrared spectroscopy

Time-resolved mid-infrared spectroscopy provides new opportunities to probe the structural origins of electronic and transport states in optoelectronic materials.

Graphical abstract: Structural origins of the electronic properties of materials via time-resolved infrared spectroscopy
Review Article

Recent developments in stimuli-responsive luminescent films

Luminescent films have attracted a great amount of attention due to their unique properties and various potential applications in optical displays, sensors and switches.

Graphical abstract: Recent developments in stimuli-responsive luminescent films
Review Article

Physical vapour deposition of vanadium dioxide for thermochromic smart window applications

In this paper, various PVD techniques, such as pulsed laser deposition (PLD), evaporation decomposition (ED) and sputtering, are examined with respect to their conditions for VO2 fabrication, film quality and the strategies for film improvements.

Graphical abstract: Physical vapour deposition of vanadium dioxide for thermochromic smart window applications
Review Article

Recent progress on highly sensitive perovskite photodetectors

The recent progress and developments on perovskite photodetectors are summarized from the perspective of device physics and materials science.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress on highly sensitive perovskite photodetectors
Review Article

Luminescent perovskite quantum dots: synthesis, microstructures, optical properties and applications

The synthesis, microstructures, optical properties and promising applications of luminescent perovskite quantum dots in optoelectronic fields are systematically reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Luminescent perovskite quantum dots: synthesis, microstructures, optical properties and applications
Review Article

Recent progress in printable organic field effect transistors

Downscaling of printable OFETs and approaches for steep subthreshold swing have been summarized and discussed.

Graphical abstract: Recent progress in printable organic field effect transistors
Accepted Manuscript - Communication

Self-assembly of coordination polymers on plasmonic surfaces for computer vision decodable, unclonable and colorful security labels

Communication

An unusual plank-shaped nematogen with a graphene nanoribbon core

Laterally decorated ribbon-shaped graphene segments made of twelve benzene units self-assemble into a nematic anisotropic glass at room temperature with high birefringence and polarized fluorescence.

Graphical abstract: An unusual plank-shaped nematogen with a graphene nanoribbon core
Accepted Manuscript - Communication

Triphenylpyrazine: A new AIE building block of deep-blue emitters via methyl substitute

Communication

Multi-mode structural-color anti-counterfeiting labels based on physically unclonable amorphous photonic structures with convenient artificial intelligence authentication

The first physically unclonable anti-counterfeiting label based on structural colors was enabled by interfacing amorphous photonic structures with artificial intelligence.

Graphical abstract: Multi-mode structural-color anti-counterfeiting labels based on physically unclonable amorphous photonic structures with convenient artificial intelligence authentication
Communication

Enhanced piezoresistive performance of 3C-SiC nanowires by coupling with ultraviolet illumination

We reported an effective strategy for enhancing the piezoresistive behaviors of SiC nanowires by coupling with UV illumination.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced piezoresistive performance of 3C-SiC nanowires by coupling with ultraviolet illumination
Communication

Barium acetate as an additive for high performance perovskite solar cells

Defects within the halide perovskite films limit the efficiency and stability of perovskite solar cells (PSCs).

Graphical abstract: Barium acetate as an additive for high performance perovskite solar cells
Communication

Enhancing the intermolecular singlet fission efficiency by controlling the self-assembly of amphipathic tetracene derivatives in aqueous solution

Introduction of the carboxyl group onto tetracene can change the singlet fission mechanism and increase the singlet fission yield in its nanoparticles.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing the intermolecular singlet fission efficiency by controlling the self-assembly of amphipathic tetracene derivatives in aqueous solution
Communication

Stretchable multi-luminescent fibers with AIEgens

Stretchable multicolor light-emitting fibers were realized by incorporating an ultralow content of AIEgens in polydimethylsiloxane fibers through a continuous dry–wet spinning process for applications in smart textiles.

Graphical abstract: Stretchable multi-luminescent fibers with AIEgens
Communication

Solution-processable zinc oxide nanorods and a reduced graphene oxide hybrid nanostructure for highly flexible and stable memristor

A memristor composed of a 1D–2D nanostructure exhibits superior flexibility and stability.

Graphical abstract: Solution-processable zinc oxide nanorods and a reduced graphene oxide hybrid nanostructure for highly flexible and stable memristor
Communication

Tunable 3D light trapping architectures based on self-assembled SnSe2 nanoplate arrays for ultrasensitive SERS detection

We demonstrate tunable 3D light trapping (up to ∼96%) architectures based on the SnSe2 nanoplate arrays (NPAs) via self-assembled growth and high performance (EF: 6.33 × 106, LOD: 1 × 10−12 M) SERS substrates based on SnSe2 NPAs.

Graphical abstract: Tunable 3D light trapping architectures based on self-assembled SnSe2 nanoplate arrays for ultrasensitive SERS detection
Communication

A dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole-cored four-arm hole transporting material for over 19% efficiency dopant-free perovskite solar cells

A dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole-cored four-arm hole transporting material has been designed to realize over 19% efficiency dopant-free perovskite solar cells.

Graphical abstract: A dithieno[3,2-b:2′,3′-d]pyrrole-cored four-arm hole transporting material for over 19% efficiency dopant-free perovskite solar cells
Communication

Binary cooperative flexible magnetoelectric materials working as self-powered tactile sensors

This study will demonstrate the fabrication of binary cooperative flexible magnetoelectric materials and their application in self-powered tactile sensors.

Graphical abstract: Binary cooperative flexible magnetoelectric materials working as self-powered tactile sensors
Communication

A high temperature optic-electric duple switching organic ionic compound: 1,4,7-triazoniacyclononane tetrafluoroborate dichloride

[9-tacn-3]3+[BF4]2[Cl] (9-tacn-3 = 1,4,7-triazoniacyclononane) is a second-order nonlinear and dielectric switch with a phase transition temperature as high as 400 K.

Graphical abstract: A high temperature optic-electric duple switching organic ionic compound: 1,4,7-triazoniacyclononane tetrafluoroborate dichloride
Communication

Enhancing the thermoelectric performance of Cu1.8S by Sb/Sn co-doping and incorporating multiscale defects to scatter heat-carrying phonons

(Sb, Sn) co-doping optimizes the carrier concentration of Cu1.8S and constructs multiscale defects, leading to ZTmax of 1.2 at 773 K.

Graphical abstract: Enhancing the thermoelectric performance of Cu1.8S by Sb/Sn co-doping and incorporating multiscale defects to scatter heat-carrying phonons
Communication

A novel information storage and visual expression device based on mechanoluminescence

A novel information storage and visual expression device records the pre-stressed region and expresses the information via light emission.

Graphical abstract: A novel information storage and visual expression device based on mechanoluminescence
Communication

Highly luminescent CsPbBr3 nanorods synthesized by a ligand-regulated reaction at the water–oil interface

We have synthesized highly luminescent CsPbBr3 nanorods through an oriented-attachment mechanism assisted by the ligand-regulation at the water–oil interface.

Graphical abstract: Highly luminescent CsPbBr3 nanorods synthesized by a ligand-regulated reaction at the water–oil interface
Communication

Transient fiber-shaped flexible electronics comprising dissolvable polymer composites toward multicolor lighting

Dissolvable and flexible light emitting fibers toward multicolor lighting are fabricated via an all-solution processing method.

Graphical abstract: Transient fiber-shaped flexible electronics comprising dissolvable polymer composites toward multicolor lighting
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

High-performance CdScInO thin-film transistors and their stability improvement under negative bias (illumination) temperature stress

Paper

Thermally activated delayed fluorescence enantiomers for solution-processed circularly polarized electroluminescence

Enantiomers with circularly polarized (CP) thermally activated delayed fluorescence were designed in a chiral-D–A architecture for solution-processed high-efficiency CP-OLEDs.

Graphical abstract: Thermally activated delayed fluorescence enantiomers for solution-processed circularly polarized electroluminescence
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Self-assembly of luminescent 42-metal lanthanide nanowheels with sensing properties towards metal ions and nitro explosives

Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Two-dimensional CdX (X=Se, Te) nanosheets controlled synthesis and their photoluminescence properties

Paper

Low surface energy interface-derived low-temperature recrystallization behavior of organic thin films for boosting carrier mobility

A facile strategy to recrystallize an organic semiconductor thin film to attain the desirable smooth morphology for boosting carrier mobility.

Graphical abstract: Low surface energy interface-derived low-temperature recrystallization behavior of organic thin films for boosting carrier mobility
Paper

Synthesis of large-area 2D WS2 films and fabrication of a heterostructure for self-powered ultraviolet photodetection and imaging applications

High-performance self-powered ultraviolet (UV) photodetector based on a WS2/GaN heterojunction was demonstrated, which exhibits excellent UV photoresponse properties. Significantly, this photodetector has exhibited excellent UV imaging capability.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis of large-area 2D WS2 films and fabrication of a heterostructure for self-powered ultraviolet photodetection and imaging applications
Paper

Near-infrared polymer light-emitting diodes based on an inverted device structure

Micro-cavity effects were applied to acquire near-infrared emission using normal red-emitting materials through an inverted device structure.

Graphical abstract: Near-infrared polymer light-emitting diodes based on an inverted device structure
Paper

Infrared micro-detectors with high sensitivity and high response speed using VO2-coated helical carbon nanocoils

Micro-bolometers based on VO2 and carbon nanocoils are developed in this work. The photoresponse of the micro-bolometer is greatly enhanced by the helical structure of the device.

Graphical abstract: Infrared micro-detectors with high sensitivity and high response speed using VO2-coated helical carbon nanocoils
Paper

Fine-grain induced outstanding energy storage performance in novel Bi0.5K0.5TiO3–Ba(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3 ceramics via a hot-pressing strategy

Fine-grain induced ultrahigh energy storage density and fast discharge speed in novel Bi0.5K0.5TiO3–Ba(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3 ceramics via a hot-pressing strategy.

Graphical abstract: Fine-grain induced outstanding energy storage performance in novel Bi0.5K0.5TiO3–Ba(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3 ceramics via a hot-pressing strategy
Paper

Epitaxial growth of large-scale In2S3 nanoflakes and the construction of a high performance In2S3/Si photodetector

MoS2-like layered 2D materials have attracted attention worldwide due to their intriguing material properties.

Graphical abstract: Epitaxial growth of large-scale In2S3 nanoflakes and the construction of a high performance In2S3/Si photodetector
Paper

Polarized resonance synchronous spectroscopy as a powerful tool for studying the kinetics and optical properties of aggregation-induced emission

Light scattering and absorption both contribute to the UV-vis extinction quantified with a UV-vis spectrophotometer, but they differ drastically in their causes and effects.

Graphical abstract: Polarized resonance synchronous spectroscopy as a powerful tool for studying the kinetics and optical properties of aggregation-induced emission
Paper

A wearable helical organic–inorganic photodetector with thermoelectric generators as the power source

A self-powering feature is particularly appealing for wearable electronic devices, in particular, photodetectors (PDs), as promising candidates for health and environment monitoring, are urgently desired to be made wearable and powerless.

Graphical abstract: A wearable helical organic–inorganic photodetector with thermoelectric generators as the power source
Paper

A strategy for developing thermal-quenching-resistant emission and super-long persistent luminescence in BaGa2O4:Bi3+

A novel BaGa2O4:0.02Bi3+ phosphor with excellent thermal-quenching-resistant emission and super-long persistent luminescence has been synthesized and systematically investigated.

Graphical abstract: A strategy for developing thermal-quenching-resistant emission and super-long persistent luminescence in BaGa2O4:Bi3+
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Highly efficient deep-blue light-emitting copolymers containing phenoxazine: enhanced device efficiency and lifetime by blending a hole transport molecule

Paper

Boosting the intrinsic carrier mobility of two-dimensional pnictogen nanosheets by 1000 times via hydrogenation

Hydrogenation boosts carrier mobilities in 2D pnictogens by more than 1000 times.

Graphical abstract: Boosting the intrinsic carrier mobility of two-dimensional pnictogen nanosheets by 1000 times via hydrogenation
Paper

Anion-regulated transient and persistent phosphorescence and size-dependent ultralong afterglow of organic ionic crystals

Regulation and the transient and persistent room-temperature phosphorescence of organic ionic crystals by the alteration of anions, and unique size-dependent ultralong afterglow of specific organic crystals under ambient conditions were reported.

Graphical abstract: Anion-regulated transient and persistent phosphorescence and size-dependent ultralong afterglow of organic ionic crystals
Paper

Fine tuning of pyridinium-functionalized dibenzo[a,c]phenazine near-infrared AIE fluorescent biosensors for the detection of lipopolysaccharide, bacterial imaging and photodynamic antibacterial therapy

A series of NIR fluorescent probes of dibenzophenazine pyridine salt with different alkyl chain were developed for the detection of LPS. BD2C with ethyl chain exhibited a significant improvement of the singlet oxygen yield and antibacterial property.

Graphical abstract: Fine tuning of pyridinium-functionalized dibenzo[a,c]phenazine near-infrared AIE fluorescent biosensors for the detection of lipopolysaccharide, bacterial imaging and photodynamic antibacterial therapy
Paper

Insight from the old: mechanochromism and mechanoluminescence of two amine-containing tetraphenylethylene isomers

The mechanochromism (MC) and mechanoluminescence (ML) properties of an “old” tetraphenylethylene derivative p-NH2 and its isomer m-NH2 were investigated.

Graphical abstract: Insight from the old: mechanochromism and mechanoluminescence of two amine-containing tetraphenylethylene isomers
Paper

Charge transport effect and photovoltaic conversion of two-dimensional CdSeS quantum dot monolayers in inverted polymer solar cells

Herein, we demonstrate that two-dimensional (2D) CdSeS quantum dot monolayers (QDM) can strongly influence efficient charge transport and charge separation, improving the performance of inverted polymer solar cells (iPSCs).

Graphical abstract: Charge transport effect and photovoltaic conversion of two-dimensional CdSeS quantum dot monolayers in inverted polymer solar cells
Paper

Improvement in efficiency and stability of quantum dot/polymer nanocomposite film for light-emitting diodes using refractive index-controlled quantum dot–silica hybrid particles

Controlling refractive index of hybrid particles suppressed light scattering and enhanced efficiency and stability of nanocomposite film.

Graphical abstract: Improvement in efficiency and stability of quantum dot/polymer nanocomposite film for light-emitting diodes using refractive index-controlled quantum dot–silica hybrid particles
Paper

One-dimensional π–π stacking induces highly efficient pure organic room-temperature phosphorescence and ternary-emission single-molecule white light

High-efficiency RTP of TX-Cl crystal was induced by one-dimensional π–π stacking, which significantly enhances both intersystem crossing (S1 → Tn) and radiative rate (T1 → S0). SMWLE was harvested by precisely controlling aggregating degree.

Graphical abstract: One-dimensional π–π stacking induces highly efficient pure organic room-temperature phosphorescence and ternary-emission single-molecule white light
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Second-order nonlinear optical properties of [60]fullerene-fused dihydrocarboline derivates: a theoretical study on switch effect

Paper

Highly ordered columnar superlattice nanostructures with improved charge carrier mobility by thermotropic self-assembly of triphenylene-based discotics

A series of triphenylene esters with two ester groups at different substituent positions was synthesized and investigated. 3,6-substituted molecule formed a helical hexagonal columnar superstructure, leading to improved charge carrier mobility.

Graphical abstract: Highly ordered columnar superlattice nanostructures with improved charge carrier mobility by thermotropic self-assembly of triphenylene-based discotics
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Controllable Synthesis of Barnyardgrass-like CuO/Cu2O Heterostructure Nanowires for Highly Sensitive Non-enzymatic Glucose Sensor

Paper

Multifunctional applications of triazine/carbazole hybrid thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters in organic light emitting diodes

A novel meta-linked carbazole/triazine thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) material exhibits multiple functions in OLEDs as a doped and non-doped blue emitter, as a host for other dopants, and as a host emitter in white OLEDs.

Graphical abstract: Multifunctional applications of triazine/carbazole hybrid thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters in organic light emitting diodes
Paper

A search for extra-high brightness laser-driven color converters by investigating thermally-induced luminance saturation

Clarification of thermal saturation helps to guide the design of high-brightness yellow and green components for laser lighting and displays.

Graphical abstract: A search for extra-high brightness laser-driven color converters by investigating thermally-induced luminance saturation
Paper

Graphene quantum dot/Co(OH)2 electrode on nanoporous Au–Ag alloy for superior hybrid micro-supercapacitors

Graphene quantum dot (GQD)/Co(OH)2 composite based wire-shaped, quasi-solid-state hybrid supercapacitor device exhibits enhanced specific capacitance, a high capacitance retention rate and superior device stability.

Graphical abstract: Graphene quantum dot/Co(OH)2 electrode on nanoporous Au–Ag alloy for superior hybrid micro-supercapacitors
Paper

Sulfur-fused perylene diimide electron transport layers allow >400 h operational lifetime of methylammonium lead iodide photovoltaics

The lifetime of hybrid organic perovskite solar cells under 1 sun illumination can be extended using electron transport layers made with fused perylene diimide acceptors with disulfide moieties.

Graphical abstract: Sulfur-fused perylene diimide electron transport layers allow >400 h operational lifetime of methylammonium lead iodide photovoltaics
Paper

Multi-colored hollow carbon-containing titania nanoshells for anti-counterfeiting applications

Hollow nanoshells composed of titania and carbon have been fabricated, displaying striking colors with considerably high contrast by Mie resonance. They respond rapidly and reversibly to the changes in the refractive index of the surrounding medium.

Graphical abstract: Multi-colored hollow carbon-containing titania nanoshells for anti-counterfeiting applications
Paper

Thiophene copolymer for 1 V high open-circuit voltage semitransparent photovoltaic devices

A thiophene backbone polymer can achieve above 6% PCE in semitransparent PSC devices.

Graphical abstract: Thiophene copolymer for 1 V high open-circuit voltage semitransparent photovoltaic devices
Paper

Impact of new skeletal isomerization in polymer semiconductors

A new skeletal isomerization strategy for achieving high-performance polymer semiconductors based on asymmetric aromatic group-flanked diketopyrrolopyrrole units for application in organic field-effect transistors was highlighted.

Graphical abstract: Impact of new skeletal isomerization in polymer semiconductors
Paper

High-efficiency pure blue thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters with a preferentially horizontal emitting dipole orientation via a spiro-linked double D–A molecular architecture

A spiro-linked double D–A molecular architecture has been introduced to construct blue thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) emitters with a preferentially horizontal emitting dipole orientation.

Graphical abstract: High-efficiency pure blue thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters with a preferentially horizontal emitting dipole orientation via a spiro-linked double D–A molecular architecture
Paper

Direct observation of reverse intersystem crossing from fully confined triplet exciplexes using magneto-electroluminescence

Magneto-electroluminescence was used to observe reverse intersystem crossing in exciplex-based organic light-emitting diodes directly.

Graphical abstract: Direct observation of reverse intersystem crossing from fully confined triplet exciplexes using magneto-electroluminescence
Paper

Enhanced protonic conductivity and IFET behavior in individual proton-doped electrospun chitosan fibers

Enhanced proton transfer of an electrospun, single chitosan fiber doped by TFA in the presence of hydrogen in 75% relative humidity.

Graphical abstract: Enhanced protonic conductivity and IFET behavior in individual proton-doped electrospun chitosan fibers
Paper

Morphology of small molecular donor/polymer acceptor blends in organic solar cells: effect of the π–π stacking capability of the small molecular donors

A small molecular donor with strong π–π stacking overaggregates into discontinuous large domains, while a small molecular donor with weak π–π stacking remains amorphous in the as-cast film and crystallizes into nano-sized domains during thermal annealing.

Graphical abstract: Morphology of small molecular donor/polymer acceptor blends in organic solar cells: effect of the π–π stacking capability of the small molecular donors
Paper

High-efficiency ternary nonfullerene organic solar cells fabricated with a near infrared acceptor enhancing exciton utilization and extending absorption

Incorporating an infrared nonfullerene acceptor O6T-4F enhances the exciton utilization and extends the absorption, leading to an increased PCE of organic solar cells.

Graphical abstract: High-efficiency ternary nonfullerene organic solar cells fabricated with a near infrared acceptor enhancing exciton utilization and extending absorption
Paper

Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3-based relaxor ferroelectric ceramic with large energy density and high efficiency under a moderate electric field

Large energy storage density and high efficiency in Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3-based relaxor ferroelectric ceramic induced by AgNbO3 doping.

Graphical abstract: Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3-based relaxor ferroelectric ceramic with large energy density and high efficiency under a moderate electric field
Paper

Oxygen adsorption and its influence on the thermoelectric performance of polycrystalline SnSe

Oxygen is adsorbed when SnSe is exposed to air and it acts as a hole-like acceptor. The thermoelectric performance of n-type polycrystalline SnSe can be promoted through optimizing carrier concentration via preventing oxygen adsorption.

Graphical abstract: Oxygen adsorption and its influence on the thermoelectric performance of polycrystalline SnSe
Paper

Strain and electric field modulated electronic structure of two-dimensional SiP(SiAs)/GeS van der Waals heterostructures

Type-II alignment appears in the SiP(SiAs)/GeS heterostructures, which can be tuned by strain and an electric field.

Graphical abstract: Strain and electric field modulated electronic structure of two-dimensional SiP(SiAs)/GeS van der Waals heterostructures
Paper

Solution processible triphenylphosphine-oxide-cored dendritic hosts featuring thermally activated delayed fluorescence for power-efficient blue electrophosphorescent devices

A series of phosphine oxide based dendritic hosts have been developed. Compare with conventional dendritic host H2, the new hosts not only maintain high T1 but also have a small ΔEST and bring higher device performance.

Graphical abstract: Solution processible triphenylphosphine-oxide-cored dendritic hosts featuring thermally activated delayed fluorescence for power-efficient blue electrophosphorescent devices
Paper

A ternary ZnO/ZnS/MoS2 composite as a reusable SERS substrate derived from the polyoxomolybdate/ZIF-8 host–guest framework

A ternary nanocomposite of ZnMoNCs containing ZnO, ZnS and MoS2 has been synthesized by a facile strategy derived from polyoxometalate and ZIF-8, which shows high SERS activity by increased adsorption sites and synergistically improved charge transfer.

Graphical abstract: A ternary ZnO/ZnS/MoS2 composite as a reusable SERS substrate derived from the polyoxomolybdate/ZIF-8 host–guest framework
Paper

Ultrastrong and conductive MXene/cellulose nanofiber films enhanced by hierarchical nano-architecture and interfacial interaction for flexible electromagnetic interference shielding

Ti3C2Tx/TOCNF composite papers present excellent mechanical strength and EMI shielding effectiveness due to their hierarchically aligned structure and strong intermolecular interactions.

Graphical abstract: Ultrastrong and conductive MXene/cellulose nanofiber films enhanced by hierarchical nano-architecture and interfacial interaction for flexible electromagnetic interference shielding
Paper

Great advance in high Tc for hybrid photoelectric-switch bulk/film coupled with dielectric and blue-white light

The hybrid compound [ASD]2[ZnBr4] demonstrates excellent multi-channel, high Tc of 380 K, super-flexibility and broad-band blue-white light emitting bulk/film.

Graphical abstract: Great advance in high Tc for hybrid photoelectric-switch bulk/film coupled with dielectric and blue-white light
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