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Chemical energy powered nano/micro/macromotors and the environment
The rise of miniaturized artificial self-powered devices, demonstrating autonomous motion, has brought in new considerations from the environmental perspective. This review addresses the interplay between these ...
Transition metal-depleted graphenes for electrochemical applications via reduction of CO2 by lithium
Graphene has immense potential for future applications in the electrochemical field, such as in supercapacitors, fuel cells, batteries, or sensors. Graphene materials for such applications are typically fabricated through ...