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Efficient Ag@AgCl cubic cage photocatalysts profit from ultrafast plasmon-induced electron transfer processes
Photon-coupling and electron dynamics are the key processes leading to the photocatalytic activity of plasmonic metal-semiconductor nanohybrids. To better utilize and explore these effects, a facile large-scale synthesis ...
Synergistic modulation of surface interaction to assemble metal nanoparticles into two-dimensional arrays with tunable plasmonic properties
A simple strategy based on the synergistic modulation of inter-particle and substrate-particle interaction is applied for the large-scale fabrication of two-dimensional (2D) Au and Ag nanoparticle arrays. The surface charge ...
A mechanically and electrically self-healing supercapacitor
The first mechanically and electrically self-healing supercapacitor has been successfully fabricated. It exhibits excellent self-healing performance with the restoration of the specific capacitance up to 85.7% of its ...
Graphene carrier for magneto-controllable bioelectrocatalysis
A magnetically driven fuel-free graphene carrier loaded with redox-active cargo-ferrocene as an electron mediator is fabricated for magneto-controllable bioelectrocatalysis. The activation and deactivation of redox-active ...
Porous graphene materials for water remediation
Water remediation has been a critical issue over the past decades due to the expansion of wastewater discharge to the environment. Currently, a variety of functional materials have been successfully prepared for water ...
Hybrid multi-walled carbon nanotubes-alginate-polysulfone beads for adsorption of bisphenol-A from aqueous solution
In recent years, the potential application of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) as sorbent materials in wastewater treatment has garnered tremendous attention. Concerns that CNTs may be toxic to living organism, however, necessitate ...