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Nature Materials journal covers a range of topics within materials science, from materials engineering and structural materials (metals, alloys, ceramics, composites) to organic and soft materials (glasses, colloids, liquid crystals, polymers).

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Publisher Correction: Phonon renormalization in reconstructed MoS<sub>2</sub> moiré superlattices

Publisher Correction: Phonon renormalization in reconstructed MoS<sub>2</sub> moiré superlattices

Nature Materials, Published online: 06 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41563-021-00998-1Publisher Correction: Phonon renormalization in reconstructed MoS2 moiré superlattices

Development of a photoelectrochemically self-improving Si/GaN photocathode for efficient and durable H<sub>2</sub> production

Nature Materials, Published online: 05 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41563-021-00965-wDevelopment of efficient yet durable photoelectrodes is of paramount importance for deployment of solar-fuel production. The photoelectrochemically self-improving behaviour of a silicon/gallium nitride photocathode highly efficient for hydrogen production is now reported.

Development of a photoelectrochemically self-improving Si/GaN photocathode for efficient and durable H<sub>2</sub> production

Hot plasmons make graphene shine

High-performance organic pseudocapacitors via molecular contortion

Mid-infrared radiative emission from bright hot plasmons in graphene

High-performance organic pseudocapacitors via molecular contortion

Nature Materials, Published online: 01 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41563-021-00954-zPseudocapacitors exhibit charge-storage mechanisms leading to high-capacity and rapidly cycling devices. An organic system designed via molecular contortion is now shown to exhibit unprecedented electrochemical performance and stability.

Mid-infrared radiative emission from bright hot plasmons in graphene

Nature Materials, Published online: 01 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41563-021-00935-2The optical emission of graphene under pumping with femtosecond laser pulses contains a strong component linked to plasmon emission from the hot electrons in the system.

Hot plasmons make graphene shine

Nature Materials, Published online: 01 April 2021; doi:10.1038/s41563-021-00952-1Bright hot plasmon emission is observed in graphene due to the ultrafast relaxation of hot carriers that were excited by femtosecond laser pulses of visible light.

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