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Water‐in‐Fluorocarbon Nanoemulsions Stabilized by Phospholipids and Characterized for Pharmaceutical Applications

Fluorocarbons are promising candidates for pharmaceutical production processes such as the production of liposomes from nanoemulsions. Here, water‐in‐fluorocarbon nanoemulsions, stabilized by phospholipids, show a stability over four weeks. Difficulties regarding the analysis due to gas bubbles are tackled by additional measurements with small angle...

Designed Iron Single Atom Catalysts for Highly Efficient Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline and Acid Media

Efficient and scalable design pathway is developed for the synthesis of atomically dispersed and nitrogen coordinated iron atoms on graphene, SAFe @ NG, with high atomic loading of ≈5.0 wt% as highly active and stable electrocatalysts for oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) in both alkaline and acidic media. Abstract Single atom catalysts (SACs)...

A High Catalytic Activity Photocatalysts Based on Porous Metal Sulfides/TiO2 Heterostructures

The porous metal sulfides/TiO2 heterostructures are successfully fabricated through a simple route. The porous metal sulfides/TiO2 heterostructures present an exceptional catalytic performance for the degradation of RhB under visible light irradiation, which is due to the porous structures can supply rich carrier charge transfer channels and abundant...

Self‐Assembled Nanoparticles as Cancer Therapeutic Agents

Self‐assembled nanoparticles (SANPs) as cancer therapeutic agents have various advantages such as functional diversity, stimulus‐response, and biodegradability due to the noncovalent supramolecular forces including hydrophobic interaction, host–guest interaction, and π–π stacking. In this review, the recent advances of SANPs for cancer therapies are...

Ultrasonication‐Assisted Waterborne Synthesis of Self‐Restorable Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Prolonged Lifespan in Oil Collection

Commercial substrates are rapidly endowed with self‐restorable superhydrophobic surfaces via an ultrasonication‐assisted one‐pot approach, which significantly prolongs the service life‐span of the substrates in oil collection. Abstract Self‐restorable superhydrophobic surfaces have attracted increasing attention due to their important applications....

The Intricate Love Affairs between MoS2 and Metallic Substrates

Mechanical exfoliation of MoS2 on a range of metallic substrates reveals that the ability to produce macroscale monolayer crystals is unique to gold and is not reproduced for any other metal. This is rooted in gold's ability to resist oxidation and large interfacial strain of the Au–MoS2 heterostructure, both of which facilitate the preferential monolayer...

Multi‐Channel Pumped Ultrasonic Spray‐Coating for High‐Throughput and Scalable Mixed Halide Perovskite Solar Cells

Fast screening of precursor composition in mixed halide MAPbI3‐ x Br x perovskite films is accomplished by a multi‐channel pumping ultrasonic spray‐coating technique combined with vacuum‐assisted thermal annealing towards realizing large‐scale high‐throughput commercial production of mixed halide‐based perovskite solar cells. Abstract...

Recent Advances of Asymmetric Supercapacitors

The asymmetric supercapacitors (ASCs) composed of electric double layered capacitance electrode material and pseudocapacitive/battery‐type material or two redox‐type materials offer the prospect of widening working potential windows, resulting in significantly increased energy density. This review focuses on the different types of ASCs, providing a...

Modulation of Peptide–Graphene Interfaces via Fatty Acid Conjugation

Through an integrated fusion of experiment with enhanced sampling molecular simulations, substantial differences are revealed in the balance of enthalpic and entropic contributions to graphene binding, for peptides conjugated with fatty acid molecules. These findings provide a critical knowledge base that can guide the rational design of functional...

Low‐Temperature‐Deposited TiO2 Nanopillars for Efficient and Flexible Perovskite Solar Cells

A low‐temperature fabrication strategy for TiO2 nanopillars electron transporting layer (ETL) is developed by one‐step glancing angle deposition (GLAD) for efficient and flexible perovskite solar cells. The ETL consisting of a bottom layer of planar TiO2 and an upper layer of TiO2 nanopillars array, which are fabricated both by GLAD consecutively, can...

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