Inorganic materials and nanoparticles are being applied to many of the most pressing challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. They are currently being investigated for their applications in batteries, solar cells, photocatalysts for water splitting and pollutant degradation, and medical theragnostics. Here are some of the most impactful papers in solid state inorganic chemistry from Dalton Transactions in 2017.
Most Downloaded Reviews:
These Frontier and Perspective articles are receiving a lot of attention online, reviewing the advances and trends that are making waves in the solid-state inorganic chemistry community.
Yu-kun Lian, Li-Ming Wu and Ling Chen
Tomokazu Umeyama and Hiroshi Imahori
|Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 15615-15627
This Perspective highlights recent chemical approaches to perovskite solar cells, including the control of electron-transporting mesoporous TiO2 and the utilization of nanocarbon materials.
Yanmei Shi and Bin Zhang
|Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 16770-16773
This Frontier article will highlight recent advances in engineering the composition and structure of TMPs for higher water electrolysis performances.
Most Cited Articles:
This original research is off to a great start, as some of our most cited work these papers and communications are already being recognized by the nanomaterials and solid-state chemistry community.
Xiao-Ju Wen, Cheng-Gang Niu, Lei Zhang and Guang-Ming Zeng
|Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 4982-4993
A novel BiOI/CeO2 photocatalyst with high photocatalytic performance was successfully synthesized via a facile in situ precipitation method. The enhanced photocatalytic performance is ascribed to the formation of a p–n junction, which promotes carrier separation.
Lin Zhou, Kai Yu, Fan Yang, Jun Zheng, Yuhua Zuo, Chuanbo Li, Buwen Cheng and Qiming Wang
|Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 1766-1769
Herein, we evaluated an all-inorganic perovskite based MSM photodetector employing a bilayer composite film of mp-TiO2 and CsPbBr3 quantum dots as a photosensitizer.
Debasmita Dwibedi, Ritambhara Gond, Allumolu Dayamani, Rafael B. Araujo, Sudip Chakraborty, Rajeev Ahuja and Prabeer Barpanda
|Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 55-63
A novel alluaudite, Na2+2xCo2−x(SO4)3, has been unveiled as a potential high-voltage (ca. 4.8–5.8 V) sodium battery cathode demonstrating antiferromagnetic ordering.
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