Precise control of charge transfer between catalyst nanoparticles and supports presents a unique opportunity to enhance the stability, activity, and selectivity of heterogeneous catalysts.
Two-terminal memory elements, or memelements, capable of co-locating signal processing and memory via history-dependent reconfigurability at the nanoscale are vital for next-generation computing materials striving to match the brain’s efficiency
Structure-mediated adsorption and interfacial ordering is key to designing ligands for extractions with enhanced selectivity and efficiency.
Energy-efficient CO2 capture from a flue gas simulant
A new method was developed for the discovery of fundamental descriptors for gas adsorption through deep learning neural network (DNN)
Topotactically From Pyrylium to Phosphabenzene-Functionalized Porous Organic Polymers: Efficient Ligands in CO2 Capture & Conversion
A two‐step topotactic pathway for the preparation of phosphabenzene‐based porous organic
Hydrogen-Bond Driven Chemical Separations: Elucidating the Interfacial Steps of Self-Assembly in Solvent Extraction
The elusive interfacial chemistry underlying solvent extraction has been mapped in real time using nonlinear laser spectroscopy
By combining the classic anion receptor calixpyrrole (C4P) and a phenolic ligand, a remarkable enhancement in selectivity was found for Cs
A new strategy to design strong metal-support interaction via a reverse route (SMSIR) is reported by starting from the final fully encapsulation, core-shell structure and treating it to obtain an int