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Redirecting dynamic surface restructuring of a layered transition metal oxide catalyst for superior water oxidation

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 01 March 2021; doi:10.1038/s41929-021-00578-1Rationally manipulating the in-situ-formed catalytically active surface of catalysts is a challenging but promising endeavour. Now, the surface of LiCoO2 during water oxidation is engineered by Cl doping via a cationic redox-tuning method that modulates in situ leaching...

Catalytic mechanism and <i>endo</i>-to-<i>exo</i> selectivity reversion of an octalin-forming natural Diels–Alderase

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 01 March 2021; doi:10.1038/s41929-021-00577-2Enzymatic Diels–Alder reactions are of high synthetic interest, but mechanistic insights remain scarce. Now, a structure of the Diels–Alderase CghA in complex with its product is reported, a catalytic mechanism proposed and the enzyme is engineered to form the energetically...

Catalytic mechanism and <i>endo</i>-to-<i>exo</i> selectivity reversion of an octalin-forming natural Diels–Alderase

Redirecting dynamic surface restructuring of a layered transition metal oxide catalyst for superior water oxidation

One-step conversion of crude oil to light olefins using a multi-zone reactor

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 25 February 2021; doi:10.1038/s41929-021-00580-7The direct transformation of crude oil to chemicals can become a game changer in refocusing the petroleum industry production, but remains technically challenging. Here, the authors introduce a multi-zone fluidized bed reactor in combination with an engineered cracking...

One-step conversion of crude oil to light olefins using a multi-zone reactor

Publisher Correction: Revealing nitrogen-containing species in commercial catalysts used for ammonia electrosynthesis

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 22 February 2021; doi:10.1038/s41929-021-00588-zPublisher Correction: Revealing nitrogen-containing species in commercial catalysts used for ammonia electrosynthesis

Highly efficient additive-free dehydrogenation of neat formic acid

Nature Catalysis, Published online: 22 February 2021; doi:10.1038/s41929-021-00575-4Formic acid is a potential hydrogen carrier, although practical schemes to achieve its dehydrogenation are still rare. Here the authors introduce a stable and efficient ruthenium 9H-acridine pincer complex able to catalyse the additive-free dehydrogenation of neat formic...

Publisher Correction: Revealing nitrogen-containing species in commercial catalysts used for ammonia electrosynthesis

Highly efficient additive-free dehydrogenation of neat formic acid

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