First Advance Articles published

We are delighted to announce publication of the first Advance Articles in Molecular Systems Design & Engineering. Some of the first articles in the journal include:

Capture and immobilisation of iodine (I2) utilising polymer-based ZIF-8 nanocomposite membranes
E. M. Mahdi, Abhijeet K. Chaudhuri and Jin-Chong Tan

Polymer nanocomposites made up of nanoporous metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) are fast becoming a staple of next generation hybrid composites, and are currently being intensely developed for gas capture and separation.

Microparticulate/nanoparticulate powders of a novel Nrf2 activator and an aerosol performance enhancer for pulmonary delivery targeting the lung Nrf2/Keap-1 pathway
Priya Muralidharan, Don Hayes, Stephen M. Black and Heidi M. Mansour

Solid-state respirable particle engineering design, physicochemical characterization, & in vitro aerosolization of advanced microparticulate/nanoparticulate dry powder inhalers targeting the lung Nrf2/Keap-1 pathway.

Charge generation in organic photovoltaics: a review of theory and computation
Kenley M. Pelzer and Seth B. Darling

One of the most important factors in determining organic photovoltaic device performance is the efficiency of exciton dissociation and charge separation at donor/acceptor heterojunctions. This review discusses theoretical and computational approaches to modeling this crucial process of charge generation.

Molecular engineering of cyanine dyes to design a panchromatic response in co-sensitized dye-sensitized solar cells
Giulio Pepe, Jacqueline M. Cole, Paul G. Waddell and Scott McKechnie

Cyanines are optically tunable dyes with high molar extinction coefficients, suitable for applications in co-sensitized dye-sensitized solar cells (DSCs); yet, barely thus applied.

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