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Realization of vertical metal semiconductor heterostructures via solution phase epitaxy
The creation of crystal phase heterostructures of transition metal chalcogenides, e.g., the 1T/2H heterostructures, has led to the formation of metal/semiconductor junctions with low potential barriers. Very differently, ...
Preface : two dimensional (2D) hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites
2D hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites (HOIPs) have been intensively investigated over the past 30 years before the rise of photovoltaic 3D hybrid perovskites. Along with the increasing research interest on 2D materials, ...
A high-rate and stable quasi-solid-state zinc-ion battery with novel 2D layered zinc orthovanadate array
Zinc‐ion batteries are under current research focus because of their uniqueness in low cost and high safety. However, it is still desirable to improve the rate performance by improving the Zn2+ (de)intercalation kinetics ...
In situ grown epitaxial heterojunction exhibits high-performance electrocatalytic water splitting
Electrocatalytic performance can be enhanced by engineering a purposely designed nanoheterojunction and fine‐tuning the interface electronic structure. Herein a new approach of developing atomic epitaxial in‐growth in ...
Crystal phase and architecture engineering of lotus thalamus-shaped Pt-Ni anisotropic superstructures for highly efficient electrochemical hydrogen evolution
The rational design and synthesis of anisotropic 3D nanostructures with specific composition, morphology, surface structure, and crystal phase is of significant importance for their diverse applications. Here, the synthesis ...
Transformable masks for colloidal nanosynthesis
Synthetic skills are the prerequisite and foundation for the modern chemical and pharmaceutical industry. The same is true for nanotechnology, whose development has been hindered by the sluggish advance of its synthetic ...