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Overcoming limitations in dual photoredox/nickel-catalysed C–N cross-couplings due to catalyst deactivation

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 06 July 2020; doi:10.1038/s41929-020-0473-6Dual nickel/photoredox catalysis is a promising alternative for palladium-catalysed cross-couplings, but suffers from limitations. Now, the substrate scope and reproducibility of this method are improved by avoiding catalyst deactivation and strategies to achieve the latter...

Overcoming limitations in dual photoredox/nickel-catalysed C–N cross-couplings due to catalyst deactivation

Selective electrocatalysis imparted by metal–insulator transition for durability enhancement of automotive fuel cells

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 29 June 2020; doi:10.1038/s41929-020-0475-4The stability of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells is limited by the degradation of the cathode catalyst during repetitive start-up/shut-down events — a parasitic oxygen reduction reaction on the anode causes an instantaneous potential jump at the cathode. The issue...

Molecular-level insights on the reactive facet of carbon nitride single crystals photocatalysing overall water splitting

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 29 June 2020; doi:10.1038/s41929-020-0476-3Unlike with inorganic photocatalysts, the facet-dependent reactivity of conjugated polymers remains elusive. Now, the authors provide molecular-level insights on the reactive facets of crystalline poly(triazine imide) intercalated with LiCl and achieve a remarkable improvement...

Selective electrocatalysis imparted by metal–insulator transition for durability enhancement of automotive fuel cells

Molecular-level insights on the reactive facet of carbon nitride single crystals photocatalysing overall water splitting

Chance emergence of catalytic activity and promiscuity in a self-replicator

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 26 June 2020; doi:10.1038/s41929-020-0463-8In the development of chemical complexity—and the transition into biology—developing catalytic functionality is essential. Here the authors report the emergence of catalytic activity for two separate reactions (including one demonstrating a positive feedback on replication)...

Chance emergence of catalytic activity and promiscuity in a self-replicator

Addendum: Editorial Expression of Concern: Theory-guided Sn/Cu alloying for efficient CO<sub>2</sub> electroreduction at low overpotentials

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 25 June 2020; doi:10.1038/s41929-020-0484-3Addendum: Editorial Expression of Concern: Theory-guided Sn/Cu alloying for efficient CO2 electroreduction at low overpotentials

Addendum: Editorial Expression of Concern: Theory-guided Sn/Cu alloying for efficient CO<sub>2</sub> electroreduction at low overpotentials

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