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Adaptive iron-based magnetic nanomaterials of high performance for biomedical applications

Abstract With unique physicochemical properties and biological effects, magnetic nanomaterials (MNMs) play a crucial role in the biomedical field. In particular, magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (MIONPs) are approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for clinical applications at present due to their low toxicity,...

All-inorganic lead-free NiOx/Cs3Bi2Br9 perovskite heterojunction photodetectors for ultraviolet multispectral imaging

Abstract Bismuth-based perovskites are considered to be promising candidates to substitute the toxic lead-based perovskite in optoelectronics due to their excellent optoelectronic properties, high environmental friendliness, and (moisture, light, and heat) stability. However, there are still few reports about high performance bismuth-based...

Aza-BODIPY-based phototheranostic nanoagent for tissue oxygen auto-adaptive photodynamic/photothermal complementary therapy

Abstract Tumor oxygen spatial heterogeneity is a critical challenge for the photodynamic inhibition of solid tumors. Development of an intelligent nanoagent to initiate optimal therapeutics according to the localized oxygen levels is an effective settlement. Herein, we report an activatable nanoagent (BDP-Oxide nanoparticles (NPs))...

Exo/endogenous factors co-activatable nanodevice for spatiotemporally controlled miRNA imaging and guided tumor ablation

Abstract Remote activation of biomarker sensing holds a great promise of shifting the success of in vitro diagnostics to spatiotemporally controlled in vivo visualization of tumor, and in turn, imaging guided therapy. Herein, a “dual-key-one-lock” nanodevice was designed and built by assembling thermo-activatable probe of trimeric...

Ethanol-derived white emissive carbon dots: the formation process investigation and multi-color/white LEDs preparation

Abstract Carbon dots (CDs) have attracted much attention due to their excellent photoelectric properties and potential applications. Although previous studies have shown that almost all organic molecules can be converted into CDs via chemical carbonization, the mechanism of the conversion process remains unclear. The hydrothermal/solvothermal...

Erratum to: DNA origami mediated electrically connected metal-semiconductor junctions

Figure 8(f) was unfortunately mistakenly used. The two duplicate graphs were among several examples of the type of data the authirs obtained in those experiments, so this error did not affect any of the conclusions from the published paper.

Multi-scale regulation in S, N co-incorporated carbon encapsulated Fe-doped Co9S8 achieving efficient water oxidation with low overpotential

Abstract Sulfide compounds provide a type of promising alternative for oxygen evolution reaction (OER) electrocatalysts due to their diversity, intrinsic activities, low-price and earth-abundance. However, the unsmooth mass transport channel, the collapse of the structure and insufficient intrinsic activities limits their potential...

Epitaxially aligned single-crystal gold nanoplates formed in large-area arrays at high yield

Abstract Well-tailored nanomaterials with a single-crystal character provide ideal building blocks for on-chip plasmonic devices. Although colloidal methods have demonstrated mastery over the synthesis of such structures, it has proven quite difficult to deploy these same nanomaterials on substrate surfaces in a highly deterministic...

Precursor chemistry towards highly efficient and phase-stable red emitting CsPbI3 perovskite nanocrystals

Abstract All-inorganic cesium lead halide perovskite nanocrystals (CsPbX3, X = Cl, Br, I) have attracted considerable scientific and technological interest due to their precise bandgap tunability, high color purity and efficient luminescence. Nevertheless, their poor stability in harsh conditions such as moisture, ultraviolet (UV)...

Record-high saturation current in end-bond contacted monolayer MoS2 transistors

Abstract Monolayer two-dimensional (2D) semiconductors are emerging as top candidates for the channels of the future chip industry due to their atomically thin body and superior immunity to short channel effect. However, the low saturation current caused by the high contact resistance (Rc) in monolayer MoS2 field-effect transistors...

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