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Misfit-layered Bi1.85Sr2Co1.85O7.7−δ for the hydrogen evolution reaction : beyond van der Waals heterostructures
Recent research on stable 2D nanomaterials has led to the discovery of new materials for energy-conversion and energy-storage applications. A class of layered heterostructures known as misfit-layered chalcogenides consists ...
Inherent electrochemistry of layered post-transition metal halides : the unexpected effect of potential cycling of PbI2
The development of two-dimensional nanomaterials has expedited the growth of advanced technological applications. PbI2 is a layered inorganic solid with important and unique properties suitable for applications in the ...
Dichlorocarbene-functionalized fluorographene : synthesis and reaction mechanism
Halogen functionalization of graphene is an important branch of graphene research as it provides opportunities to tailor the band gap and catalytic properties of graphene. Monovalent C–X bond obviates pitfalls of ...
Carbocatalysis : the state of “metal-free” catalysis
The rise in global demand for crucial chemical compounds has driven immense research in the fundamental science of catalysis. Graphene and its derivatives (chemically modified graphene, CMGs) have recently emerged as a new ...
Selective nitrogen functionalization of graphene by bucherer-type reaction
Nitrogen functionalization of graphene offers new hybrid materials with improved performance for important technological applications. Despite studies highlighting the dependence of the performance of nitrogen-functionalized ...