Top 20 most read Faraday Discussions articles

We are delighted to share with you the top 20 most read articles for Faraday Discussions in 2015 so far.

Many are Open Access, so free to read for everyone. Take a look today!

In situ Raman study of lithium-ion intercalation into microcrystalline graphite
Christopher Sole, Nicholas E. Drewett and Laurence J. Hardwick
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00079J
Open Access

Hydrogen evolution on nano-particulate transition metal sulfides
Jacob Bonde, Poul G. Moses, Thomas F. Jaramillo, Jens K. Nørskov and Ib Chorkendorff
DOI: 10.1039/B803857K

Plasmonic and new plasmonic materials: general discussion
F. Javier García de Abajo, Riccardo Sapienza, Mikhail Noginov, Felix Benz, Jeremy Baumberg, Stefan Maier, Duncan Graham, Javier Aizpurua, Thomas Ebbesen, Anatoliy Pinchuk, Jacob Khurgin, Katarzyna Matczyszyn, James T. Hugall, Niek van Hulst, Paul Dawson, Christopher Roberts, Michael Nielsen, Luca Bursi, Michael Flatté, Jun Yi, Ortwin Hess, Nader Engheta, Mark Brongersma, Viktor Podolskiy, Vladimir Shalaev, Evgenii Narimanov and Anatoly Zayats
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD90022K

Systems materials engineering approach for solar-to-chemical conversion
Chong Liu and Peidong Yang
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00264D

Mesoporous perovskite solar cells: material composition, charge-carrier dynamics, and device characteristics
Yixin Zhao, Alexandre M. Nardes and Kai Zhu
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00128A

A classical treatment of optical tunneling in plasmonic gaps: extending the quantum corrected model to practical situations
Rubén Esteban, Asier Zugarramurdi, Pu Zhang, Peter Nordlander, Francisco J. García-Vidal, Andrei G. Borisov and Javier Aizpurua
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00196F

Ultra-strong coupling of molecular materials: spectroscopy and dynamics
Jino George, Shaojun Wang, Thibault Chervy, Antoine Canaguier-Durand, Gael Schaeffer, Jean-Marie Lehn, James A. Hutchison, Cyriaque Genet and Thomas W. Ebbesen
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00197D
Open Access

Introductory lecture: nanoplasmonics
Mark L. Brongersma
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD90020D

Imaging molecular structure through femtosecond photoelectron diffraction on aligned and oriented gas-phase molecules
Rebecca Boll, Arnaud Rouzée, Marcus Adolph, Denis Anielski, Andrew Aquila, Sadia Bari, Cédric Bomme, Christoph Bostedt, John D. Bozek, Henry N. Chapman, Lauge Christensen, Ryan Coffee, Niccola Coppola, Sankar De, Piero Decleva, Sascha W. Epp, Benjamin Erk, Frank Filsinger, Lutz Foucar, Tais Gorkhover, Lars Gumprecht, André Hömke, Lotte Holmegaard, Per Johnsson, Jens S. Kienitz, Thomas Kierspel, Faton Krasniqi, Kai-Uwe Kühnel, Jochen Maurer, Marc Messerschmidt, Robert Moshammer, Nele L. M. Müller, Benedikt Rudek, Evgeny Savelyev, Ilme Schlichting, Carlo Schmidt, Frank Scholz, Sebastian Schorb, Joachim Schulz, Jörn Seltmann, Mauro Stener, Stephan Stern, Simone Techert, Jan Thøgersen, Sebastian Trippel, Jens Viefhaus, Marc Vrakking, Henrik Stapelfeldt, Jochen Küpper, Joachim Ullrich, Artem Rudenko and Daniel Rolles
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00037D
Open Access

Importance of many-body orientational correlations in the physical description of liquids
Hajime Tanaka
DOI: 10.1039/C3FD00110E
Open Access

Characterization and simulation of electrolyte-gated organic field-effect transistors
Katharina Melzer, Marcel Brändlein, Bogdan Popescu, Dan Popescu, Paolo Lugli and Giuseppe Scarpa
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00095A
Open Access

Introductory Lecture: Mechanochemistry, a versatile synthesis strategy for new materials
William Jones and Mark D. Eddleston
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00162A
Open Access

Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy: new materials, concepts, characterization tools, and applications
Jon A. Dieringer, Adam D. McFarland, Nilam C. Shah, Douglas A. Stuart, Alyson V. Whitney, Chanda R. Yonzon, Matthew A. Young, Xiaoyu Zhang and Richard P. Van Duyne
DOI: 10.1039/B513431P

Spontaneous tubulation of membranes and vesicles reveals membrane tension generated by spontaneous curvature
Reinhard Lipowsky
DOI: 10.1039/C2FD20105D
Open Access

Protein A-conjugated iron oxide nanoparticles for separation of Vibrio cholerae from water samples
Tran Quang Huy, Pham Van Chung, Nguyen Thanh Thuy, Cristina Blanco-Andujar and Nguyễn Thị Kim Thanh
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00152D
Open Access

Inkjet printing of graphene
Kirill Arapov, Robert Abbel, Gijsbertus de With and Heiner Friedrich
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00067F

Enhanced oxygen evolution activity by NiOx and Ni(OH)2 nanoparticles
Lucas-Alexandre Stern and Xile Hu
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00120F

Simultaneous frequency and dissipation factor QCM measurements of biomolecular adsorption and cell adhesion
Michael Rodahl, Fredrik Höök, Claes Fredriksson, Craig A. Keller, Anatol Krozer, Peter Brzezinski, Marina Voinova and Bengt Kasemo
DOI: 10.1039/A703137H

On the question of two-step nucleation in protein crystallization
Andrea Sauter, Felix Roosen-Runge, Fajun Zhang, Gudrun Lotze, Artem Feoktystov, Robert M. J. Jacobs and Frank Schreiber
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00225C
Open Access

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Carbon Capture and Storage – oral deadline 16 November

We hope you will be able to join us for the Faraday Discussions meeting on Carbon Capture and Storage taking place in Sheffield, UK from 18–20 July, 2016 which will cover the following themes:

  • Current CCS technology
  • Future CCS technology
  • Recent advances in modelling
  • CO2 end use and disposal: storage or utilisation?

The papers presented and a record of the discussions at the meeting will be published in the corresponding volume of Faraday Discussions.

The oral/paper abstract deadline is 16 November 2015.

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You can find more details on our website about what makes Faraday Discussions different from other meetings.

Check out these recent reviews and original research articles on related topics from a selection of Royal Society of Chemistry journals:

The twelve Principles of CO2 CHEMISTRY
Martyn Poliakoff, Walter Leitner and Emilia S. Streng
Faraday Discuss., 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD90078F, Paper
Open Access

Using dinuclear catalysts to prepare polycarbonates
Ni Yi, Junjuda Unruangsri, John Shaw and Charlotte K. Williams
Faraday Discuss., 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00073D, Paper

Closing the loop: captured CO2 as a feedstock in the chemical industry
Alexander Otto, Thomas Grube, Sebastian Schiebahn and Detlef Stolten
Energy Environ. Sci., 2015,8, 3283-3297
DOI: 10.1039/C5EE02591E, Paper

The increased CO2 adsorption performance of chitosan-derived activated carbons with nitrogen-doping
J. Fujiki and K. Yogo
Chem. Commun., 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC06934C, Communication

Finely tuning MOFs towards high-performance post-combustion CO2 capture materials
Qian Wang, Junfeng Bai, Zhiyong Lu, Yi Pan and Xiaozeng You
Chem. Commun., 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC07751F, Feature Article

Highly effective CO2 capture using super-fine PVDF hollow fiber membranes with sub-layer large cavities
Ali Ghodsi, Hossein Fashandi, Mohammad Zarrebini, Mohammad Mahdi Abolhasani and Mohsen Gorji
RSC Adv., 2015,5, 92234-92253
DOI: 10.1039/C5RA19022C, Paper

Triptycene based 1,2,3-triazole linked network polymers (TNPs): small gas storage and selective CO2 capture
Snehasish Mondal and Neeladri Das
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5TA06939D, Paper

A urea-assisted template method to synthesize mesoporous N-doped CeO2 for CO2 capture
Yangang Wang, Chaochuang Yin, Hengfei Qin, Yunzhu Wang, Yaguang Li, Xi Li, Yuanhui Zuo, Shifei Kang and Lifeng Cui
Dalton Trans., 2015,44, 18718-18722
DOI: 10.1039/C5DT03562G, Communication

Grafting alkylamine in UiO-66 by charge-assisted coordination bonds for carbon dioxide capture from high-humidity flue gas
Lu-Jian Li, Pei-Qin Liao, Chun-Ting He, Yong-Sheng Wei, Hao-Long Zhou, Jiao-Min Lin, Xu-Yu Li and Jie-Peng Zhang
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015,3, 21849-21855
DOI: 10.1039/C5TA05997F, Paper

Molecular simulation of low temperature argon adsorption in several models of IRMOF-1 with defects and structural disorder
L. Sarkisov
Dalton Trans., 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5DT03498A, Paper

On the origin of preferred bicarbonate production from carbon dioxide (CO2) capture in aqueous 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP)
Haley M. Stowe, Linas Vilčiauskas, Eunsu Paek and Gyeong S. Hwang
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015,17, 29184-29192
DOI: 10.1039/C5CP04876A, Paper

Two robust metal–organic frameworks with uncoordinated N atoms for CO2 adsorption
Guo-Jian Ren, Yan-Qing Liu, Tong-Liang Hu and Xian-He Bu
CrystEngComm, 2015,17, 8198-8201
DOI: 10.1039/C5CE01340B, Communication

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Carbon dioxide sees the light

Aurora Walshe writes about a hot Faraday Discussions article for Chemistry World

Collaborators in Spain and Germany have built a microreactor that uses visible light to drive a reaction that turns carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide – an important chemical building block.

The reverse water–gas shift (RWGS) reaction converts carbon dioxide and hydrogen into carbon monoxide and water and is often performed at high temperatures over a copper catalyst. Scientists around the world are working to design more efficient catalysts so that the RWGS reaction can proceed at lower temperatures but many of these can’t be used in industry due to the poor transition from lab to reactor. Now, Alexander Navarrete, from the University of Valladolid in Spain, has taken on this challenge by combining the catalyst and the reactor in one small device. Read the full article in Chemistry World»


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Novel windows for “solar commodities”: a device for CO2 reduction using plasmonic catalyst activation
Alexander Navarrete, Sergio Muñoz, Luis M. Sanz-Moral, Juergen J. Brandner, Peter Pfeifer, Ángel Martín, Roland Dittmeyer and María J. Cocero
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00109A, Paper

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Nanoparticles with Morphological and Functional Anisotropy – oral deadline 19 October

Deadline approaching for oral abstracts

We hope you will be able to join us for the Faraday Discussions meeting on Nanoparticles with Morphological and Functional Anisotropy taking place in Glasgow, UK from 4–6 July, 2016 which will cover the following themes:

  • Anisotropic nanoparticles – synthesis, formation mechanisms and novel characterisation tools
  • Janus and patchy particles – properties of particles with two or multiple domains
  • Particles at interfaces – morphology-dependent wetting processes and self-assembly at interfaces
  • Biomedical applications – targeting to bioimaging and drug delivery

The papers presented and a record of the discussions at the meeting will be published in the corresponding volume of Faraday Discussions.

The oral/paper abstract deadline is 19 October 2015.

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Submit your abstract today!

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You can find more details on our website about what makes Faraday Discussions different from other meetings. These recent Faraday Discussions issues may be of interest to you:

Check out these recent reviews and original research articles on related topics from a selection of Royal Society of Chemistry journals:

New tools for observing the growth and assembly of colloidal inorganic nanocrystals
A. Paul Alivisatos, Hoduk Cho and Jungwon Park
Faraday Discuss., 2015, 181, 15-18
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD90056E

Anisotropically branched metal nanostructures
Enyi Ye, Michelle D. Regulacio, Shuang-Yuan Zhang, Xian Jun Loh and Ming-Yong Han
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2015, 44, 6001-6017
DOI: 10.1039/C5CS00213C

Self-assembly of “patchy” nanoparticles: a versatile approach to functional hierarchical materials
David J. Lunn, John R. Finnegan and Ian Manners
Chem. Sci., 2015, 6, 3663-3673
DOI: 10.1039/C5SC01141H
Open Access

Magnetic field-induced self-assembly of iron oxide nanocubes
Gurvinder Singh, Henry Chan, T. Udayabhaskararao, Elijah Gelman, Davide Peddis, Artem Baskin, Gregory Leitus, Petr Král and Rafal Klajn
Faraday Discuss., 2015, 181, 403-421
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00265B
Open Access

Impacts of gold nanoparticle charge and ligand type on surface binding and toxicity to Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria
Z. Vivian Feng, Ian L. Gunsolus, Tian A. Qiu, Katie R. Hurley, Lyle H. Nyberg, Hilena Frew, Kyle P. Johnson, Ariane M. Vartanian, Lisa M. Jacob, Samuel E. Lohse, Marco D. Torelli, Robert J. Hamers, Catherine J. Murphy and Christy L. Haynes
Chem. Sci., 2015, 6, 5186-5196
DOI: 10.1039/C5SC00792E
Open Access

Predicting the structure and interfacial activity of diblock brush, mixed brush, and Janus-grafted nanoparticles
Jason Koski, Huikuan Chao and Robert A. Riggleman
Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 5440-5443
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC08659G

Nanoparticle shape anisotropy and photoluminescence properties: Europium containing ZnO as a Model Case
Melanie Gerigk, Philipp Ehrenreich, Markus R. Wagner, Ilona Wimmer, Juan Sebastian Reparaz, Clivia M. Sotomayor Torres, Lukas Schmidt-Mende and Sebastian Polarz
Nanoscale, 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5NR02550H

Insights into mechanisms of capillary assembly
Songbo Ni, Jessica Leemann, Heiko Wolf and Lucio Isa
Faraday Discuss., 2015, 181, 225-242
DOI: 10.1039/C4FD00250D

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Nanoparticle Assembly: From Fundamentals to Applications – submit a poster

Poster abstract deadline 26 October

We are delighted to share with you a few of the Accepted Manuscripts that will be discussed at the upcoming Faraday Discussions meeting on the theme of Nanoparticle Assembly: From Fundamentals to Applications.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Steve Granick (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  • Michael Rubenstein (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Guruswamy Kumaraswamy (CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory)
  • Daan Frenkel (University of Cambridge)
  • Andrea Tao (University of California, San Diego), and many more.

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Submit your poster abstract by 26 October and get involved

Registration is now open – register by 16 November to receive a discount

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Papers presented at the meeting in Mumbai will include:

Effects of co-ordination number on the nucleation behaviour in many-component self-assembly
Daan Frenkel, Aleks Reinhardt and Chon Pan Ho
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00135H

Modular, Polymer-Directed Nanoparticle Assembly for Fabricating Metamaterials
Gurunatha K. Laxminarayana, Matthew Rozin, Stephanie Smith and Andrea R Tao
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00134J

Interplay between Polymer Chain Conformation and Nanoparticles Assembly in Model Industrial Silica/Rubber Nanocomposites
Adrien Bouty, Laurent Petitjean, Julien Chatard, Rachid Matmour, Christophe Degrandcourt, Ralf Schweins, Florian Meneau, Paweł Kwaśniewski, Francois Boué, Marc Couty and Jacques Jestin
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00130G

Dewetting dynamics of gold film on graphene: Implications for nanoparticle formation
Sadanandam Namsani and Jayant K Singh
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00118H

Revealing nanocomposites filler structure by swelling and small-angle X-ray scattering
Guilhem Baeza, Anne-Caroline Genix, Nathalie Paupy-Peyronnet, Christophe Degrandcourt, Marc Couty and Julian Oberdisse
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00117J

Dynamics of Dissipative Self-Assembly of Particles Interacting through Oscillatory Forces
Mario Tagliazucchi and Igal Szleifer
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00115C

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Cheap and sensitive test for a key prostate cancer marker

Michael Spencelayh writes about a hot Faraday Discussions article for Chemistry World

Scientists in Italy have developed a cheap and disposable sensor that can detect the presence of the prostate cancer biomarker sarcosine in urine.

Worldwide, prostate cancer is the second most common tumour in males and is responsible for more than 250,000 deaths each year. An early diagnosis – when the tumour is organ-confined – dramatically improves the success of therapy and is achieved by monitoring certain marker molecules. Read the full article in Chemistry World»


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An electrochemiluminescent-supramolecular approach to sarcosine detection for early diagnosis of prostate cancer
Giovanni Valenti, Enrico Rampazzo, Elisa Biavardi, Elena Villani, Giulio Fracasso, Massimo Marcaccio, Federico Bertani, Dunia Ramaldi, Enrico Dalcanale, Francesco Paolucci and Luca Prodi
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00096C, Paper

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Liquid Salts for Energy and Materials – oral deadline 7 September

Liquid Salts for Energy and Materials Faraday Discussion 11-13 May 2016 Ningbo, China

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We hope you will be able to join us for the Faraday Discussions meeting on Liquid Salts for Energy and Materials taking place in Ningbo, China from 11–13 May, 2016 which will cover the following themes:

  • Benefits to energy efficiency and environmental impact
  • Improvements of energy conversion and storage
  • Developments for nuclear reactors and spent fuels processing
  • Advancement in knowledge of phenomena and processes

The papers presented and a record of the discussions at the meeting will be published in the corresponding volume of Faraday Discussions.

We are pleased to announce the oral/paper abstract deadline is now 7 September 2015.

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You can find more details on our website about what makes Faraday Discussions different from other meetings.

Check out these recent reviews and original research articles in the area of liquid salts for energy and materials from a selection of Royal Society of Chemistry journals:

Ionic liquids for energy, materials, and medicine
M. Smiglak, J. M. Pringle, X. Lu, L. Han, S. Zhang, H. Gao, D. R. MacFarlane and R. D. Rogers
Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 9228-9250
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC02021A

Non-aqueous electrolytes for sodium-ion batteries
A. Ponrouch, D. Monti, A. Boschin, B. Steen, P. Johansson and M. R. Palacín
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2015, 3, 22-42
DOI:
10.1039/C4TA04428B

Ionic liquid based EDLCs: influence of carbon porosity on electrochemical performance
Asa Noofeli, Peter J. Hall and Anthony J. R. Rennie
Faraday Discuss., 2014, 172, 163-177
DOI:
10.1039/C4FD00057A

Activation of CO2 by ionic liquid EMIM–BF4 in the electrochemical system: a theoretical study
Yuanqing Wang, Makoto Hatakeyama, Koji Ogata, Masamitsu Wakabayashi, Fangming Jin and Shinichiro Nakamura
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5CP02008E

Physical properties of high Li-ion content N-propyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium bis(fluorosulfonyl)imide based ionic liquid electrolytes
Hyungook Yoon, Adam S. Best, Maria Forsyth, Douglas R. MacFarlane and Patrick C. Howlett
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015, 17, 4656-4663
DOI: 10.1039/C4CP05333H

Preparation of nanodiamonds from carbon nanoparticles at atmospheric pressure
Ali Reza Kamali and Derek J. Fray
Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 5594-5597
DOI: 10.1039/C5CC00233H

A novel recovery process for lipids from microalgæ for biodiesel production using a hydrated phosphonium ionic liquid
Magdalena Olkiewicz, Martin P. Caporgno, Josep Font, Jack Legrand, Olivier Lepine, Natalia V. Plechkova, Jeremy Pruvost, Kenneth R. Seddon and Christophe Bengoa
Green Chem., 2015, 17, 2813-2824
DOI: 10.1039/C4GC02448F

Electrical conductivity in two mixed-valence liquids
Wenzhi Yao, Steven P. Kelley, Robin D. Rogers and Thomas P. Vaid
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015, 17, 14107-14114
DOI: 10.1039/C5CP01172H

Ionic liquids in the electrochemical valorisation of CO2
Manuel Alvarez-Guerra, Jonathan Albo, Enrique Alvarez-Guerra and Angel Irabien
Energy Environ. Sci., 2015, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C5EE01486G

Computer simulations of ionic liquids at electrochemical interfaces
Céline Merlet, Benjamin Rotenberg, Paul A. Madden and Mathieu Salanne
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2013, 15, 15781-15792
DOI: 10.1039/C3CP52088A

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Chemistry in the urban atmosphere & new heterogeneous catalysts – deadlines approaching

We have a diverse programme of topics for our 2016 Faraday Discussions meetings – from catalysis through liquid salts to carbon capture and electrochemistry. There is something for everyone – do check out the full list on our website.

The deadlines for some of early meetings are already fast approaching:

power station chimneyChemistry in the Urban Atmosphere - oral/paper abstract deadline 20 July

This meeting will cover:
• Chemical complexity of the urban atmosphere and its consequences.
• Timescales of mixing and of chemistry
• Urban case studies
• Numerical modelling strategies for the urban atmosphere

moleculeDesigning New Heterogeneous Catalysts – oral/paper abstract deadline 20 July

Topics discussed will include
• Catalyst design from theory to practice
• Designing new catalysts: synthesis of new active structures
• Bridging model and real catalysts
• Application of novel catalysts

We hope you enjoy this selection of reviews and original research from across the Royal Society of Chemistry’s journal portfolio on these topics:

How do organic vapors contribute to new-particle formation?
Neil M. Donahue, Ismael K. Ortega, Wayne Chuang, Ilona Riipinen, Francesco Riccobono, Siegfried Schobesberger, Josef Dommen, Urs Baltensperger, Markku Kulmala, Douglas R. Worsnop and Hanna Vehkamaki
Faraday Discuss., 2013, 165, 91-104
DOI: 10.1039/C3FD00046J

A compact comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography (GC×GC) approach for the analysis of biogenic VOCs
Samuel J. Edwards, Alastair C. Lewis, Stephen J. Andrews, Richard T. Lidster, Jacqueline F. Hamilton and Christopher N. Rhodes
Anal. Methods, 2013, 5, 141-150
DOI: 10.1039/C2AY25710F

Applications of metal–organic frameworks in heterogeneous supramolecular catalysis
Jiewei Liu, Lianfen Chen, Hao Cui, Jianyong Zhang, Li Zhang and Cheng-Yong Su
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2014, 43, 6011-6061
DOI: 10.1039/C4CS00094C

Optimisation of preparation method for Pd doped Cu/Al2O3 catalysts for selective acetylene hydrogenation
Alan J. McCue, Ashley M. Shepherd and James A. Anderson
Catal. Sci. Technol., 2015, 5, 2880-2890
DOI: 10.1039/C5CY00253B

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New Impact Factor for Faraday Discussions is 4.6

Faraday Discussions cover imageWe are delighted to announce that the new Impact Factor* of Faraday Discussions is 4.6.

Thanks to all our authors, speakers, readers, delegates, committee members and everyone else who has contributed to the continued success of Faraday Discussions.

In 2014 we hosted nine discussions across a broad range of topics in rapidly developing areas of chemistry and its interfaces with other scientific disciplines. Read the papers and discussions from these exciting events:

You can get involved – register for one (or more!) of the excellent future meetings.

Still to come in 2015:

Solid Oxide Electrolysis: Fuels and Feedstocks from Water and Air
13 – 15 July 2015, York, UK
Registration deadline: 29 June 2015

Carbon Dioxide Utilisation
7-9 September 2015, Sheffield, UK
Registration deadline: 10 August

Single-Molecule Microscopy and Spectroscopy
14 – 16 September 2015, London, UK
Registration deadline: 17 August

Supramolecular Photochemistry
15-17 September 2015, Cambridge, UK
Registration deadline: 17 August

Not familiar with the unique format of Faraday Discussions? Check out our FAQs.

Read more about the 2014 Impact Factors from across RSC Publishing on the RSC Publishing Blog.

*A journal’s Impact Factor is an indication of the average number of citations received per individual paper in the preceding two years. The annual figure is calculated by dividing the number of citations to relevant articles in a year by the number of citeable articles published in the preceding two years.
Data based on 2014 Journal Citation Reports ®, (Thomson Reuters, June 2015).

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Supramolecular Photochemistry – submit a poster

Supramolecular Photochemistry: Faraday Discussion. 15-17 September, 2015. Cambridge, UK.

We are delighted to share with you a selection of the Accepted Manuscripts that will feature at the upcoming Faraday Discussions meeting on the theme of Supramolecular Photochemistry.

We very much hope you enjoy reading the articles and that you will join us to present your own research poster to leading scientists including Devens Gust (Arizona State University), Daniel G. Nocera (Harvard University), Dario Bassani (Université de Bordeaux – CNRS), Osamu Ishitani (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Julia A. Weinstein (University of Sheffield) and many more.

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Submit your poster abstract by 6 July and get involved

Registration is now open – register by 20 July to receive a discount

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Read this selection of Accepted Manuscripts which will be presented in Cambridge:

Determination of the kinetics underlying the pKa shift for 2-aminoanthracenium cation binding with cucurbit[7]uril
Cornelia Bohne and Suma S. Thomas
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00095E

Comparison of Self-Assembled and Micelle Encapsulated QD Chemosensor Constructs for Biological Sensing
Daniel G. Nocera and Christopher M. Lemon
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00093A

Ruthenium Catalysts for Water Oxidation Involving Tetradentate Polypyridine-type Ligands
Randolph P Thummel, Lianpeng Tong, Ruifa Zong, Rongwei Zhou, Nattawut Kaveevivitchai and Gang Zhang
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00051C

The Development of Supramolecular Assemblies for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation from Water
Han Vos, Wesley Browne, Mary Pryce, Annemarie Huijser, Qing Pan, Sven Rau, Philipp Lang, Laura O’Reilly and Tanja Kowacs
DOI: 10.1039/C5FD00068H

Parameters influencing the photo-induced electron transfer from tryptophan containing peptides to a RuII complex: a systematic study
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