Journal of Materials Chemistry 10th Anniversary Cover Showcase – October

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:


Enhancing thermoelectric performance via relaxed spin polarization upon magnetic impurity doping


Urethane functions can reduce metal salts under hydrothermal conditions: synthesis of noble metal nanoparticles on flexible sponges applied in semi-automated organic reduction

Controlled synthesis of highly active bifunctional electrocatalysts for overall water splitting using coal-based activated carbons


Next-generation materials for RNA–lipid nanoparticles: lyophilization and targeted transfection


One-step antibacterial modification of polypropylene non-woven fabrics via oxidation using photo-activated chlorine dioxide radicals

Influence of Cu insertion on the thermoelectric properties of the quaternary cluster compounds Cu3M2Mo15Se19 (M = In, K) and Cu4In2Mo15Se19

Remarkable performance recovery in highly defective perovskite solar cells by photo-oxidation


The fluorination effect: the importance of backbone planarity in achieving high performance ambipolar field effect transistors

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