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Niobium-Doped Titanium Dioxide with High Dopant Contents for Enhanced Lithium-Ion Storage
Titanium dioxide is a promising anode for efficient lithium‐ion storage in terms of low cost, good structural stability, and inherent safety. However, its performance in Li‐ion storage is hindered by poor electronic ...
Toward Artificial Mussel-Glue Proteins: Differentiating Sequence Modules for Adhesion and Switchable Cohesion
Artificial mussel‐glue proteins with pH‐triggered cohesion control were synthesized by extending the tyrosinase activated polymerization of peptides to sequences with specific modules for cohesion control. The high propensity ...
Rational Design of a DNA-Scaffolded High-Affinity Binder for Langerin
Binders of langerin could target vaccines to Langerhans cells for improved therapeutic effect. Since langerin has low affinity for monovalent glycan ligands, highly multivalent presentation has previously been key for ...
Bio‐probing with nonresonant surface‐enhanced hyper‐Raman scattering excited at 1,550 nm
The two‐photon excited process of surface‐enhanced hyper‐Raman scattering (SEHRS) provides advantages for studies of complex biological samples, yet suitable SEHRS nanoprobes and labels, as well as experimental conditions, ...
Characterization of Lignin Compounds at the Molecular Level
Mass Spectrometry Analysis and Raw Data Processing
Lignin is the second most abundant natural biopolymer, which is a potential alternative to conventional fossil fuels. It is also a promising material for the recovery of valuable chemicals such as aromatic compounds as ...
Advances in Nickel Nanoparticle Synthesis via Oleylamine Route
Nickel nanoparticles are an active research area due to their multiple applications as catalystsin different processes. A variety of preparation techniques have been reported for the synthesisof these nanoparticles, ...
Machine Learning in Computational Surface Science and Catalysis: Case Studies on Water and Metal–Oxide Interfaces
The goal of many computational physicists and chemists is the ability to bridge the gap between atomistic length scales of about a few multiples of an Ångström (Å), i. e., 10−10 m, and meso- or macroscopic length scales ...