Welcome to issue 3 of Materials Chemistry Frontiers!

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The latest  MaterChemFront issue is published online.

The front cover story, Multi-shelled hollow micro-/nanostructures: promising platforms for lithium-ion batteries by  Jiangyan Wang, Hongjie Tang, Huan Wang, Ranbo Yu and Dan Wang.

Following review articles are included in current issue:

Recent advances in the synthesis of Janus nanomaterials of block copolymers
Renhua Deng, Fuxin Liang, Jintao Zhu and Zhenzhong Yang   
Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 431-443
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00116E

Increasing the stability of Mg2(dobpdc) metal–organic framework in air through solvent removal
Jenny G. Vitillo and Silvia Bordiga   
Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 444-448
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00220J

 

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Welcome to issue 2 of Materials Chemistry Frontiers!

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The latest  MaterChemFront issue is published online.

The front cover story, Nanoarchitectonics: a navigator from materials to life by Katsuhiko Ariga.

Following review articles are included in current issue:

Polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane-based hybrid materials and their applications
Hui Zhou, Qun Ye and Jianwei Xu   
Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 212-230
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00062B

Revisiting one-dimensional TiO2 based hybrid heterostructures for heterogeneous photocatalysis: a critical review
Junyu Zhang, Guangcan Xiao, Fang-Xing Xiao and Bin Liu   
Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 231-250
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00141F

Conducting polymer composites: material synthesis and applications in electrochemical capacitive energy storage
Jing Yang, Ying Liu, Siliang Liu, Le Li, Chao Zhang and Tianxi Liu   
Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 251-268
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00150E

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MCF Editors’ Recommendation – the best work as chosen by the editorial board

As a joint venture between the chemistry communities of China and the UK, Materials Chemistry Frontiers strives to report the best research from China and rest of the world to international audiences.

Board members of the journal regularly select and feature their favourite MCF articles that represent research the members see as possessing exceptional novelty and a potential impact to the development of the field.

This month, Editor-in-Chief Ben Zhong Tang has picked his choice articles from those published in Materials Chemistry Frontiers before December 2016.

All these papers are now FREE to read.

@MaterChem on Twitter to tell us how you think about them.

 


Monolithic hierarchical gold sponges for efficient and stable catalysis in a continuous-flow microreactor

You Yu*, Wenqing Xiao, Tongtong Zhou, Ping Zhang, Casey Yan and Zijian Zheng*
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00115G
First published online 23 Aug 2016

Editor’s comments:

It is highly desirable to fabricate metallic materials with large surface area-to-volume ratios by simple procedures. Y. Yu, Z. Zheng and coworkers at Northwest University and Hong Kong Polytechnic University (both in China) developed an air-compatible and moisture-tolerant solution process for the preparation of free-standing monolithic gold sponges through a polymer-assisted metal deposition approach. The Au sponges showed ultrahigh catalytic efficiency for the reduction of 4-nitrophenol even after 100 times of repeated use. The researchers also developed a continuous-flow system made of the Au sponges, which enabled separation-free, continuous catalytic reduction of flow-in liquid chemicals.


Flexible assembly of targeting agents on porous magnetic nano-cargos by inclusion complexation for accurate drug delivery

Dian Li, Luyan Sun, Yuting Zhang, Meng Yu, Jia Guo and Changchun Wang*
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00049E
First published online 07 Sep 2016

Editor’s Comments:

Development of effective systems for accurate drug delivery is in great demand. C. Wang and collaborators at Fudan University (Shanghai) and Technical Center of China Tobacco Guangxi Industrial Co., Ltd. (Nanning) developed magnetic nano-cargos for controlled drug delivery. The Chinese researchers fixed anticancer drug doxorubicin (DOX) onto porous magnetic cores by acid-susceptible linkers, which can be broken in intracellular environments or organelles. The superficial poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) chains on the magnetic cores enhanced the dispersion of the nano-cargos and the immobilized folate (FA)-modified a-cyclodextrin (CD) by inclusion complexation, and the α-CD derivatives could be flexibly replaced as needed. With efficient pH-responsive drug release, this drug delivery system inhibited the proliferation of cancer (HeLa) cells, while imposing little cytotoxicity on normal (HEK 293T) cells. The synergistic interplay of the targeting and pH-controlled drug release capabilities of the nano-cargos has great potential in cancer chemotherapy with personalized and accurate treatment.


Triphenylamine-based donor–π–acceptor organic phosphors: synthesis, characterization and theoretical study

Aravind Babu Kajjam, Santanb Giri and Sivakumar V.*
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00031B
First published online 07 Sep 2016

Editor’s Comments:

The development of efficient organic phosphors is of great importance to the construction of hybrid organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). Sivakumar V. and coworkers at National Institute of Technology (India) successfully synthesized a series of new triphenylamine derivatives with multiple acceptors as yellow organic phosphors and demonstrated that an increase in the number of the acceptors led to a red shift in the photoluminescence (PL), owing to the π–π interaction and aggregation-induced emission. The yellow phosphors all showed solvent-dependent PL or solvatochromic behaviour. The phosphors are stable at high temperatures and have the potential to be used for the fabrication of white OLEDs.


Dicyanopyrazine capped with tetraphenylethylene: polymorphs with high contrast luminescence as organic volatile sensors

Chao Ge, Yang Liu,* Xin Ye, Xiaoxin Zheng, Quanxiang Han, Jie Liu and Xutang Tao
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00146G
First published online 12 Sep 2016

Editor’s Comments:

Organic luminescent polymorphs with high contrasts in light emission have attracted much attention. Taking advantage of the aggregation-induced emission feature of propeller-shaped tetraphenylethylene and the strong electron-withdrawing ability of dicyanopyrazine, Liu and coworkers at Shandong University (China) have synthesized a pair of luminescent materials (1DQCN and 2DQCN) with intramolecular charge-transfer attribute.  Whereas 1DQCN shows crystallization-induced blue shift in its light emission, 2DQCN exhibits crystallization-induced red shift due to its more coplanar molecular structure.  2DQCN displays three distinguishable polymorphs with different colour and luminescence.  Switching between the polymorphs can be readily achieved by solvent fuming and thermal annealing, making the luminogen promising as visualization sensor for the detection of volatile organic compounds.


An anthracenecarboximide fluorescent probe for in vitro and in vivo ratiometric imaging of endogenous alpha-ʟ-fucosidase for hepatocellular carcinoma diagnosis

Xianfeng Hou, Jin Peng, Fang Zeng,* Changmin Yu and Shuizhu Wu*
DOI: 10.1039/c6qm00112b
First published online 28 Sep 2016

Editor’s Comments:

Alpha-ʟ-fucosidase (AFU) is an enzyme that belongs to the family of hydrolases and that plays a vital role in all mammalian cells at low concentrations.  Aberrant levels of AFU, however, cause health problems such as fucosidosis and carcinoma.  Effective detection of AFU can thus be very useful in terms of early disease diagnosis.  F. Zeng, S. Wu and coworkers at South China University of Technology (Guangzhou) presented the first example of ratiometric fluorescent bioprobe for AFU assay.  The bioprobe is based on the mechanism of AFU-catalyzed selective cleavage of α-ʟ-fucose group, enabling highly sensitive and selective detection of AFU in live cells.  Its detection limit is as low as 0.0033 U mL-1. The researchers successfully applied this bioprobe to a hepatocellular carcinoma model of zebrafish for monitoring and spatially mapping endogenous AFU levels. This work offers an effective approach to studying AFU-associated physiological and pathological processes.


Different cell behaviors induced by stereochemistry on polypeptide brush grafted surfaces

Yinan Ma, Yong Shen* and Zhibo Li*
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00200E
First published online 15 Nov 2016

Editor’s Comments:

Almost all the proteinogenic amino acids are L-stereoisomers in the living systems. Is there any biological implication of this structural motif? A “yes” answer was given in a recent study by Y. Shen, Z. Li and collaborators at Qingdao University of Science and Technology (Shandong) and Institute of Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Beijing).  The researchers prepared surface-grafted poly(γ-benzyl glutamate) brushes with different secondary structures to investigate the influence of main-chain chirality on cell adhesion behaviours.  They found that cells adhered and grown more densely and homogeneously on the poly(γ-benzyl L-glutamate) (PBLG)-grafted surfaces than on those grafted with its enantiomeric counterpart poly(γ-benzyl D-glutamate) (PBDG).  This is possibly owing to the chirality recognition of living cells through the stereospecific interactions between the chiral molecules and the cell surface proteins. This study may help better understand cell/chirality interactions.

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Welcome to the inaugural issue of Materials Chemistry Frontiers!

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Materials Chemistry Frontiers!
All content is now free to read.

Front Cover:

See Xiao-Peng He, Tony D. James et al., pp. 61–64.
Image reproduced by permission of Tony D. James from Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 61.

Inside Cover:

See H. G. Zhao, A. Vomiero, F. Rosei et al., pp. 65–72.
Image reproduced by permission of F. Navarro-Pardo from Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 65.

The launch of Materials Chemistry Frontiers is the result of a joint venture between the Chinese Chemical Society and the Royal Society of Chemistry, supported by the Institute of Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Sciences… …  As its name implies, Materials Chemistry Frontiers aims to publish high-quality work with great impact at the frontiers of materials research. The journal encourages multidisciplinary research with a spirit of collaboration. Emphasis will be given to conceptually new studies that may change our way of thinking… …” said by Editor-in-Chief Ben Zhong Tang in his editorial “Pushing forward the frontiers of materials research(Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 10-11).

We envision Materials Chemistry Frontiers to be the top level journal that brings the best materials research from China, Asian and rest of the world to the global audiences. And we kindly ask you to support the journal through your high quality submissions and contributions in this dynamic field of research.

We’re confident the quality and diversity of the journal content speak for themselves, so – with all articles published in volumes 1 and 2 free to access on registration – we invite you to decide for yourself.  Enjoy reading!

Higligjts from Issue 1 of Materials Chemistry Frontiers
Pushing forward the frontiers of materials research

Ben Zhong Tang

Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 10-11

Ben Zhong Tang, Editor-in-Chief, introduces the inaugural issue of Materials Chemistry Frontiers.

Meet the Editorial Board and Advisory Board of Materials Chemistry Frontiers

Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 12-23

A massive thank you to all our Editorial Board and Advisory Board members!


Low-dimensional materials facilitate the conjugation between fluorogenic boronic acids and saccharides

Shi Guo, Jie Chen, Bi-Ying Cai, Wen-Wen Chen, Yu-Fei Li, Xiaolong Sun, Guo-Rong Chen, Xiao-Peng He and Tony D. James

Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 61-64

The cover story shows that low-dimensional materials enhance the conjugation between fluorogenic phenylboronic acids and saccharides.


Nanofiber-supported CuS nanoplatelets as high efficiency counter electrodes for quantum dot-based photoelectrochemical hydrogen production

F. Navarro-Pardo, L. Jin, R. Adhikari, X. Tong, D. Benetti, K. Basu, S. Vanka, H. G. Zhao, Z. T. Mi, S. H. Sun, V. M. Castano, A. Vomiero and F. Rosei

Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 65-72

In the inside cover story, a hybrid counter electrode based on copper sulfide/polymer nanofibers was developed for efficient and stable photoelectrochemical hydrogen generation.


Two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide nanomaterials for biosensing applications

Yanling Hu, Ying Huang, Chaoliang Tan, Xiao Zhang, Qipeng Lu, Melinda Sindoro, Xiao Huang, Wei Huang, Lianhui Wang and Hua Zhang

Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 24-36

A review on the recent progress on two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide nanomaterial-based biosensors, including optical sensors, electrochemical sensors, and bioelectronic sensors.


Graphene papers: smart architecture and specific functionalization for biomimetics, electrocatalytic sensing and energy storage

Minwei Zhang, Chengyi Hou, Arnab Halder, Hongzhi Wang and Qijin Chi

Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, 1, 37-60

A review of graphene papers regarding their smart assembly, functionalization and applications in biomimetics, sensors and energy devices.




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International Conference Asia-Pacific Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics (AP-HOPV17)

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International Conference Asia-Pacific Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics (AP-HOPV17) is to be held in Yokohama, Japan from 2nd to 4th February 2017. Solar energy conversion by low-cost and efficient photovoltaic devices is a steadily increasing its contribution in the global demand of renewable energy. Hybrid and organic solar cells are highly promising power sources due to their significant progress in efficiency and processing technology. A paradigmatic example are Perovskite-based hybrid solar cells that have demonstrated very high performance, reaching the efficiency shown by silicon-based solar cells. In addition, these hybrid solar cells present fascinating opportunities for scientific research and technological development. The main topics of this conference are related to material preparation, modelling and fabrication of hybrid and organic photovoltaic cells, including dye-sensitized solar cells, organic thin film solar cells, quantum dot solar cells, and perovskite solar cells. Building upon success of the previous HOPV conferences, Asia-Pacific International Conference on Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics (AP-HOPV17) in Yokohama will provide an excellent opportunity for scientists and engineers worldwide to exchange information and discussions on the latest developments in photovoltaics.

Topics to be covered by the conference:

  • Material synthesis and processing
  • Theoretical modelling of materials and devices
  • Device architecture and optimisation
  • Structural and functional characterisation
  • Material and device stability
  • Scale up and commercial development
  • Related applications, including tandem devices, optoetectronic devices, sensing devices, solar to fuel conversion, life cycle and environmental study

Materials Chemistry Frontiers is pleased to sponsor this conference and award 2 poster prizes.

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Convenient VOCs sensing with an AIE luminogen

Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are numerous, varied and ubiquitous. Many of them are actually harmful to the environment or may cause long-term damage to the human health.

Recently Yang Liu and colleagues at Shandong University (Jinan, China) have developed a convenient fluorescence technique for sensing VOCs, using an AIE luminogen 2DQCN.

Compared to Mass Spectrometry, one of the most popular analytical methods for VOCs detection, this newly reported technique using 2DQCN is less expensive, easier to master and more straightforward.

When solid films of 2DQCN are exposed to organic vapours, colour of their emitted light can be switched reversibly from red to yellow at a characteristic rate. The high-contrast and morphology-dependent fluorescence of 2DQCN allowed its utilization as a novel visible sensor for detecting VOCs with high sensitivity and selectivity.

2DQCN crystalline films emitted lights in different colours after exposure to various VOCs for 1 min, 5 min and 10 min, respectively.

(see Mater. Chem. Front. DOI: 10.1039/c6qm00146g)

This interesting work is also highlighted by the ACS in its recent “Cutting-Edge Chemistry” New – AIE Detectives Make Life Safer, contributed by Ben Zhong Tang from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

(see http://bit.ly/2eMMDSy)


Figures used in the article are reproduced from Dicyanopyrazine capped with tetraphenylethylene: polymorphs with high contrast luminescence as organic volatile sensors, Mater. Chem. Front. DOI: 10.1039/c6qm00146g

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Meet Professor Cassandra Fraser

Professor Cassandra L Fraser from University of Virginia joined the editorial board of Materials Chemistry Frontiers in 2016. She specializes in responsive materials for imaging, sensing and detection, specifically oxygen sensing biomaterials, mechanochromic luminescence materials and polymeric metal complexes.

Cassandra Fraser

Cassandra Fraser holds degrees from Kalamazoo College (BA 1984), Harvard Divinity School (MTS 1988) and The University of Chicago (PhD 1993, advisor: Brice Bosnich). She was an NIH postdoctoral fellow with Robert Grubbs at the California Institute of Technology (1993-5). Fraser is current a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Virginia, with joint appointments in Biomedical Engineering and the School of Architecture.

At UVA, she was awarded a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, an NSF CAREER Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, and young professor awards from Dupont and 3M. Her teaching and mentoring accolades include the Cavaliers Distinguished Teaching Professorship and induction into the University Teaching Academy.

Check some of her publications on the Royal Society of Chemistry journals:

Stimuli responsive furan and thiophene substituted difluoroboron β-diketonate materials

William A. Morris, Tristan Butler, Milena Kolpaczynska and Cassandra L. Fraser

Mater. Chem. Front., 2017, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C6QM00008H, Research Article

Blue thermally activated delayed fluorescence from a biphenyl difluoroboron β-diketonate

Margaret L. Daly, Christopher A. DeRosa, Caroline Kerr, William A. Morris and Cassandra L. Fraser

RSC Adv., 2016,6, 81631-81635
DOI: 10.1039/C6RA18374C, Communication

Mechanochromic luminescence and aggregation induced emission for a metal-free β-diketone

Tristan Butler, William A. Morris, Jelena Samonina-Kosicka and Cassandra L. Fraser

Chem. Commun., 2015,51, 3359-3362
DOI: 10.1039/C4CC09439E, Communication

Mechanochromic luminescence of halide-substituted difluoroboron β-diketonate dyes

William A. Morris, Tiandong Liu and Cassandra L. Fraser

J. Mater. Chem. C, 2015,3, 352-363
DOI: 10.1039/C4TC02268H, Paper


New journal: Materials Chemistry FrontiersThe international, high quality journal for topical and multi-disciplinary research on all aspect of materials chemistry.

Editor-in-Chief Ben Zhong Tang answers your questions about Materials Chemistry Frontiers.

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Congratulations on IUPAC-PSK40 Poster Prize Winners

Congratulations to our Materials Chemistry Frontiers Poster Prize winners at International Conference on Advanced Polymeric Materials Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Polymer Society of Korea (PSK) (IUPAC-PSK40) in Jeju, Korea.

This international conference brings together experts from polymer synthesis, polymer physics, polymeric materials and polymer engineering, providing a valuable chance for obtaining insights and new perspectives in polymer science and engineering.

From Left to Right: Ms. Sanghee YANG, Prof. Kilwon Cho (Chair of Organizing Committee) and Mr. Minjun OH.

From Left to Right: Ms. Sanghee YANG, Prof. Kilwon Cho (Chair of Organizing Committee) and Mr. Minjun OH.

Winners of Materials Chemistry Frontiers Poster Prizes are as follows.

Min Jun Oh from Sungkyunkwan University, Korea, with their poster Solution-Processable Electrical Conductors Using Percolation-Regulated Metal/Polyelectrolyte Complexation;

Sanghee Yang from Seoul National University, Korea, with their poster New 2D-Nanostructures Formation of Self-Assembly of Fully Conjugated Homopolymers by Introducing Multiple Crystallinities via INCP;

The winners were selected by a panel of judges and all received a certificate to recognize their achievement. Congratulations to Min Jun Oh and Sanghee Yang!

The winnning posters

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Meet Professor Shu Seki

Materials Chemistry Frontiers welcomes Professor Shu Seki from Kyoto University to join the Editorial Board as Associate Editor! He will help shape the future of the journal by bring researching expertise in physical chemistry of condensed matters, functional organic materials, and nanomaterials.

Shu Seki

Shu Seki graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1993, and received his PhD degree in 2001 from Osaka University.  He joined Argonne National Laboratory, USA in 1993, and Delft University of Technology in 2001.  He was appointed as Professor of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University in 2009.  He was appointed as Professor of Molecular Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University in 2015.

Check some of his recent publications:

Excited-state intramolecular proton-transfer (ESIPT)-inspired solid state emitters

Vikas S. Padalkar and Shu Seki
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2016, 45, 169-202
DOI: 10.1039/C5CS00543D

Control of optical and electrical properties of nanosheets by the chemical structure of the turning point in a foldable polymer

Taichi Ikeda, Hiroyuki Tamura, Tsuneaki Sakurai and Shu Seki
Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 14673-14681
DOI: 10.1039/C6NR01066K

Formation of nanowires via single particle-triggered linear polymerization of solid-state aromatic molecules

Akifumi Horio, Tsuneaki Sakurai, G. B. V. S. Lakshmi, Devesh Kumar Avasthi, Masaki Sugimoto, Tetsuya Yamaki and Shu Seki
Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 14925-14931
DOI: 10.1039/C6NR03297D

Preferential formation of columnar mesophases via peripheral modification of discotic π-systems with immiscible side chain pairs

Tsuneaki Sakurai, Yusuke Tsutsui, Kenichi Kato, Masaki Takata and Shu Seki
J. Mater. Chem. C, 2016, 4, 1490-1496
DOI: 10.1039/C6TC00021E

Learn more about the research carried out by Seki’s group, visit their webpage:

http://www.moleng.kyoto-u.ac.jp/~moleng_06/en/index.html


New journal: Materials Chemistry Frontiers The international, high quality journal for topical and multi-disciplinary research on all aspect of materials chemistry.

Editor-in-Chief Ben Zhong Tang answers your questions about Materials Chemistry Frontiers.

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Top 10 Reviewers for Materials Chemistry Frontiers

In celebration of Peer Review Week, with the theme of Recognition for Review – we would like to highlight the top 10 reviewers for Materials Chemistry Frontiers in 2016, as selected by the editor for their significant contribution to the journal.

Name Institution
Dr Yuya Tachibana Gunma University
Professor Qichun Zhang Nanyang Technological University
Dr Lang Jiang Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Dr Zhen Li Wuhan University
Dr Xiaoyong Lai Ningxia University
Dr Baojiu Chen Dalian Maritime University
Professor Nam-Gyu Park Sungkyunkwan University
Dr Do-Geun Kim Korea Institute of Materials Science
Professor J Paul Attfield University of Edinburgh
Dr Tie Wang Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences

We would like to say a massive thank you to these reviewers as well as the Materials Chemistry Frontiers board and all of the materials chemistry community for their continued support of the journal, as authors, reviewers and readers.


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