November 2023 RSC Advances Review Articles

Welcome to November’s Review round up!

Every month we update our 2023 Reviews in RSC Advances collection to showcase all of the review articles published in RSC Advances in 2023. Don’t forget to come back next month to check out our latest reviews.

We hope you enjoy reading and as always, all of our articles are open access so you can easily share your favourites online and with your colleagues.

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Browse a selection of our November reviews below:

Structure and properties of nitrocellulose: approaching 200 years of research
Edmund Morris, Colin R. Pulham and Carole A. Morrison
RSC Adv., 2023, 13, 32321-32333

Recent synthetic strategies for the construction of functionalized carbazoles and their heterocyclic motifs enabled by Lewis acids
Marappan Pradeep Kumar, Mahantesh G., P. Amaladass, Chitrarasu Manikandan and Vasudevan Dhayalan
RSC Adv., 2023, 13, 32596-32626

Recent advances in catalytic and non-catalytic epoxidation of terpenes: a pathway to bio-based polymers from waste biomass
Mohamad Faiz Mukhtar Gunam Resul, Abdul Rehman, Faisal Saleem, Muhammd Usman, Ana María López Fernández, Valentine C. Eze and Adam P. Harvey
RSC Adv., 2023, 13, 32940-32971

Recent advances in biopolymers-based carbon materials for supercapacitors
Hongjie Li, Yanyu Li, Shenmin Zhu, Yulong Li, Imran Zada and Yao Li
RSC Adv., 2023, 13, 33318-33335

Advances in photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants in wastewaters: harnessing the power of phthalocyanines and phthalocyanine-containing materials
Sara R. D. Gamelas, João P. C. Tomé, Augusto C. Tomé and Leandro M. O. Lourenço
RSC Adv., 2023, 13, 33957-33993


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