Materials Chemistry Frontiers Best Covers of 2022

We are proud to announce the three best covers of Materials Chemistry Frontiers in 2022! The awarded work was chosen by our readers through a worldwide vote. To learn more about the science behind the winning pieces, read the cover articles below.

Harnessing solution and solid-state emissive materials from aliphatic biogenic amine-induced transient assembly and spontaneous disassembly

Rupam Roy, Anup Pramanik, Tanoy Dutta, Vikas Sharma, Kovida and Apurba Lal Koner*
Mater. Chem. Front., 2022, 6, 3489-3503


Nanocrystalline triple perovskite compounds A3Fe2BO9 (A = Sr, Ba; B = W, Te) with ferromagnetic and dielectric properties for triboelectric energy harvesting

Jelena Kojčinović,‡ Manisha Sahu,‡ Sugato Hajra,‡ Dalibor Tatar, Teodoro Klaser, Željko Skoko, Zvonko Jagličić, Elaheh Sadrollahi, Fred Jochen Litterst, Hoe Joon Kim* and Igor Djerdj*
Mater. Chem. Front., 2022, 6, 1116-1128

Zicong Zhang, Wenping Pan, Yayu Xie, Kai Liu, Meng Gao* and Yingjun Wang*
Mater. Chem. Front., 2022, 6, 3662-3668


Congratulations to the winners!

We would like to express our sincere appreciation for all the support and contribution from our authors, reviewers, and readers during 2022.

Looking forward to receiving your high-quality work in 2023.

Happy Lunar New Year!

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