We are delighted to share with you our latest Editor’s Collection on Advances in nanocrystal heterojunctions
This latest collection of recently published articles focusing on Advances in nanocrystal heterojunctions has been handpicked by CrystEngComm Advisory Board Member, Professor Georg Garnweitner (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany).
The combination of different components at the nanoscale continues to be a prime strategy for the development of materials with enhanced performance in a broad range of application fields. Thereby, due to the alteration of band structures, heterojunctions offer particularly fascinating possibilities for the rational design of systems with tailored properties. This collection presents the most recent articles in the field of nanocrystal heterojunctions. Whilst most works focus on the synthesis of materials with superior properties for applications ranging from electro- and photocatalysis to gas sensing, electromagnetic shielding and spin valves, also mechanistic studies aiming for an enhanced understanding of heterojunction properties as well as theoretical works on the properties of heterojunction materials are included. Thus, the collection demonstrates the richness, diversity and great potential of this research field.
Browse some of the articles in the collection below:
|High-performance UV-activated room temperature NO2 sensors based on TiO2/In2O3 composite
Zhicheng Cai, Jiho Park, Doyeon Jun and Sunghoon Park
CrystEngComm, 2023, 25, 2546-2556
|Controlled synthesis of luminescent CIZS/ZnS/ZnS core/shell/shell nanoheterostructures
Xue Bai, Finn Purcell-Milton and Yurii K. Gun’ko
CrystEngComm, 2021,23, 6792-6799
|Porous direct Z-scheme heterostructures of S-deficient CoS/CdS hexagonal nanoplates for robust photocatalytic H2 generation
Zhihui Li, Hanchu Chen, Yanyan Li, Hui Wang, Yanru Liu, Xia Li, Haifeng Lin, Shaoxiang Li and Lei Wang
CrystEngComm, 2022,24, 404-416
We hope you enjoy these articles and the rest in the collection.
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