The applications of nanomaterials range from environmental remediation to biological imaging. The design, engineering and growth of crystalline nanoparticles are pressing challenges, and papers tackling these hurdles are among our most impactful of 2017.
Most Cited articles:
These Papers and Highlights are off to a great start, as some of our most cited work these articles are already being recognized by the nanomaterials community.
Zhongyu Sun, Lei Zhang, Feng Dang, Yao Liu, Zhiying Fei, Qian Shao, Hong Lin, Jiang Guo, Lichen Xiang, Narendranath Yerra and Zhanhu Guo
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 3288-3298
Selective adsorption of surfactants was theoretically predicted on crystal faces to prepare well-dispersed nanoparticles for the self-assembly of a high-quality stable dielectric constant film
Yong-Ping Gao, Xu Wu, Ke-Jing Huang, Ling-Li Xing, Ying-Ying Zhang and Lu Liu
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 404-418
In this review, we have briefly summarized the applications of two-dimensional transition metal diseleniums in supercapacitors, lithium ion batteries, sodium ion batteries and hydrogen storage.
Biao Zhao, Xiaoqin Guo, Yuanyuan Zhou, Tingting Su, Chao Ma and Rui Zhang
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 2178-2186
Hollow hierarchical CuS microspheres prepared via a galvanic replacement reaction show thin thickness, wide band and light weight characteristics.
Most Downloaded articles:
These articles are receiving a lot of attention online, being some of our most downloaded articles and sparking discussion in the field of crystalline nanoparticles:
Dan Jia, Yan Zhao, Wei Wei, Chao Chen, Guowei Lei, Mengjuan Wan, Jingqi Tao, Shuxin Li, Shulin Ji and Changhui Ye
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 148-153
Very thin Ag nanowires with a high purity of 94.5% are synthesized by modulating the process temperature to suppress secondary seeding of Ag nanoparticles.
Hui Li, Fan Yue, Chao Yang, Peng Xue, Nannan Li, Yi Zhang and Jide Wang
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 64-71
Metal residues confined inside the graphitic carbon layers change the work function of shells and exhibit surprisingly high chemical activities.
P. Schwaminger, D. Bauer, P. Fraga-García, F. E. Wagner and S. Berensmeier
|CrystEngComm, 2017,19, 246-255
Oxidation of magnetite nanoparticles is dependent on Fe2+ ions migrating from core to surface and influences interactions with the environment.
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