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Multi‐functional Pd/MOFs@MOFs Confined Core‐Shell Catalysts with Wrinkled Surface for Selective Catalysis

Process intensification, targeting the maximization of spatial-temporal productivity utilizing minimum energy and resources has always been the constant trends especially in chemical industry. In this regard, tandem reactions that are able to perform a multi-step reaction in a single pot by eliminating costly separation steps have been viewed as a typical...

Facile one‐step synthesis of Ru doped NiCoP nanoparticles as highly efficient electrocatalysts for oxygen evolution reaction

Transition metal phosphides (TMPs) as ever-evolving electrocatalytic materials have attracted increasing attention in water splitting reaction owing to their cost-effective, highly active and stable catalytic properties. This work presents a facile synthetic route to NiCoP nanoparticles with Ru dopants which function as highly efficient electrocatalysts...

Melamine Doped Covalent Organic Framework Membrane for Enhanced Hydrogen Purification

Covalent organic frameworks (COFs) are promising materials for membrane separation thanks to their adjustable topological structures and surface properties of nanopores. Herein, a melamine (Me) doped COF membrane was fabricated by chemically doping the melamine monomer into TpPa COF, which is formed by the condensation reaction between the 1,3,5-triformylphloroglucinol...

Catalysis in Single Crystalline Materials: From Discrete Molecules to Metal‐Organic Frameworks

Catalysis is one of the key techniques for people’s modern life. It has created numerous essential chemicals such as biomedicines, agricultural chemicals and unique materials. Heterogeneous catalysis is the new emerging method with reusable catalysts. Among heterogenous catalysis patterns developed so far, single crystalline catalysis has become the...

Polycyclic Arenes Dihydrodinaphthopentacene‐based Hole‐Transporting Materials for Perovskite Solar Cells Application

In this paper, two D-π-D type compounds, C1 and C2, containing dihydrodinaphthopentacene (DHDNP) as a π-bridge, p-methoxydiphenylamine and p-methoxytriphenylamine groups as the donor groups were synthesized. The four 4-hexylphenyl groups at the sp3-carbon bridges of DHDNP were acquainted with control morphology and improving solubility. The light absorption,...

Catalytically Active Gold Nanomaterials Stabilized by N‐heterocyclic Carbenes

NHC stabilized gold nanomaterials are emerging as a promising material for catalysis, and this report aims to introduce them and review the current state of art. Abstract Solid supported or ligand capped gold nanomaterials (AuNMs) emerged as versatile and recyclable heterogeneous catalysts for a broad variety of conversions in the ongoing catalytic...

Recent Advances of Zinc‐based Antimicrobial Materials

Recent advances in the mechanism of action of zinc-based antimicrobial materials, including zinc-based nano-arrays, MOF-based ROS release and zinc composites that can self-generate ROS are summarized. Abstract Zinc has been widely utilized as an antimicrobial material, often in the form of complexes or zinc oxide nanoparticles. The efficacy of...

Base Metal‐terpyridine Complex Immobilized on Stationary Phase Aimed as Reusable Hydrosilylation Catalyst

The catalytic activity of a base metal-terpyridine complex immobilized on silica gel ( M(tpy)X 2 @SiO 2 /H 2 O : M = Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu; X = Cl, Br) for hydrosilylation was investigated. Co(tpy)Br 2 @SiO 2 /H 2 O in the presence of NaBHEt 3 exhibited the highest catalytic activity. The reusability of Co(tpy)Br 2 @SiO 2 /H 2 ...

A Tri‐state Fluorescent Switch with “Gated” Solid‐state Photochromism by External Force

In this article, we report a newly designed molecule composed of a dihydroazulene (DHA) group and a phenothiazine (PTZ) moiety, which achieves AIEE, mechanochromism and “gated” solid-state photochromism by external force. Grinding loosens intermolecular interactions in crystal and causes the red shift of fluorescence from 570 nm to 600 nm. Meanwhile,...

Photocatalysis in Supramolecular Fluorescent Metallacycles and Metallacages

The utilization of photocatalytic techniques for achieving light-to-fuel conversion is a promising way to ease the shortage of energy and degradation of the ecological environment. Fluorescent metallacycles and metallacages have drawn considerable attention and have been used in widespread fields due to easy preparation and their abundant functionality...

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