Journal of Materials Chemistry 10th Anniversary Cover Showcase – July

This year, as you may know, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, B, and C are celebrating their 10th anniversary! To join in the celebrations, we’ve asked authors to find creative ways to add a ’10’ to the cover artwork and are excited to show you the results in our monthly cover showcase.

To join in the celebration, you can view the #JMCs10Years hashtag on Twitter and follow the posts for the year so far.

Here are this month’s covers:


Integrated high-sulfur-loading polysulfide/carbon cathode in lean-electrolyte cell toward high-energy-density lithium–sulfur cells with stable cyclability

Boosting the photocatalytic CO2 conversion efficiency of MOFs using a solid electron conveyor


Fluoroalkyl phosphonic acid radical scavengers for proton exchange membrane fuel cells



Visible label-free detection of bacterial DNA using flocculation of sterically stabilised cationic latexes


Design of an ultra-broadband terahertz absorber based on a patterned graphene metasurface with machine learning


Periodic mesoporous organosilica based sensor for broad range mercury detection by simultaneous downshifting/upconversion luminescence

A binaphthalimide motif as a chiral scaffold for thermally activated delayed fluorescence with circularly polarized luminescence activity

Achieving ultralong directional liquid transportation spontaneously with a high velocity


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