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Editors: Claire M. Cobley, Theresa Kueckmann; Editorial Board Chairs: Susumu Kitagawa, Huisheng Peng, Hua Zhang

Online ISSN: 2199-692X

Associated Title(s): Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry, Chemistry – An Asian Journal, Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, The Chemical Record

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  1. Photocatalytic Properties of All Four Polymorphs of Nanostructured Iron Oxyhydroxides

    Abdinoor A. Jelle, Mohamad Hmadeh, Paul G. O'Brien, Doug D. Perovic and Geoffrey A. Ozin

    Version of Record online: 26 OCT 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/cnma.201600251

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    Pick a polymorph: The relationship between the four different polymorphs of nanostructured iron oxyhydroxides and their photocatalytic properties was explored by examining the extent of methylene blue (MB) degradation under visible-light irradiation. Feroxyhyte exhibited the best photocatalytic properties, while goethite, akaganeite, and lepidocrocite were less effective. To understand this trend, the surface area, particle size and shape, and electronic band properties were systematically studied and discussed.

  2. Formation of a Dimeric Precursor Intermediate during the Nonaqueous Synthesis of Titanium Dioxide Nanocrystals

    Mandy Zimmermann, Kerstin Ibrom, Peter G. Jones and Georg Garnweitner

    Accepted manuscript online: 19 OCT 2016 10:40AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cnma.201600264

  3. Hierarchical Hybrids of Mesoporous NiCo2O4 Needles/Graphene/Carbon Nanotubes with High Performance for Lithium Ion Batteries and Oxygen Reduction Reactions

    Dr. Yan Yan, Yuqing Liu, Weiyan Ni, Jinyan Wu, Dr. Mingkai Liu and Prof. Tianxi Liu

    Version of Record online: 18 OCT 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/cnma.201600259

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    Hierarchical NiCo2O4-graphene/carbon nanotube (NiCo-G/CNT) hybrids with NiCo2O4 needles deposited on a conductive carbonic G/CNT template deliver excellent performance in lithium ion batteries and oxygen reduction reactions due to their porous structures, full exposure of active sites, and rapid electron transfer inside the hybrids.

  4. Polyelectrolyte-Brush-Derived Nitrogen-Doped Porous Carbon

    Xiaofeng Li, Dr. Fangfang Zhang, Jiao Yuan, Haining Zhang, Prof. Mu Pan, Prof. Chi Huang and Prof. Haolin Tang

    Version of Record online: 12 OCT 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/cnma.201600252

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    Mesoporous carbon with a nitrogen-enriched surface was fabricated through pyrolysis of polyelectrolyte brushes. The formed materials exhibited promising electrocatalytic activity towards the oxygen reduction reaction in basic medium and were suitable for carbon dioxide adsorption.

  5. Chirality Controls Reaction-Diffusion of Nanoparticles for Inhibiting Cancer Cells

    Xuewen Du, Jie Zhou, Jiaqing Wang, Rong Zhou and Prof. Dr. Bing Xu

    Version of Record online: 11 OCT 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/cnma.201600258

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    Special delivery: This work reports the use of chirality to control the reaction-diffusion (RD) of nanoparticles (NPs) for selectively inhibiting cancer cells. The different dephosphorylation rates of the NP@d-pYs and NP@l-pYs allow NP@d-pYs to be mainly dephosphorylated on the cell surface, thus adhering selectively on the cancer cells to result in poly(ADP-ribose)polymerase (PARP)-hyperactivation-mediated cell death.