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Organic Synthesis: A Plea for Pure Science
--Henry N.C. Wong
> Report
Controllable Generation of Reactive Oxygen Species on Cyano-Group-Modified Carbon Nitride for Selective Epoxidation of Styrene
--Hao Tan et al.
> Article
Fast Evaporation Enabled Ultrathin Polymer Coatings on Nanoporous Substrates for Highly Permeable Membranes
--Xiansong Shi et al.
> Article
Subtle Side Chain Triggers Unexpected Two-Channel Charge Transport Property Enabling 80% Fill Factors and Efficient Thick-Film Organic Photovoltaics
--Yonghai Li et al.
> Review
Orderly Porous Covalent Organic Frameworks-based Materials: Superior Adsorbents for Pollutants Removal from Aqueous Solutions
--Xiaolu Liu et al.
> Review
Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Revealed by Interfacial Charge-Transfer Transitions
--Shan Cong et al.
> Report
Distance effect of Ni-Pt dual sites for active hydrogen transfer in tandem reaction
--Huibin Wu et al.
> Perspective
AI-enabled wearable and flexible electronics for assessing full personal exposures
--Guangcun Shan et al.
> Review
Electroreduction of CO2 in Ionic Liquid-based Electrolytes
--Dexin Yang et al.
> Review
Endogenous Fluorescence Carbon Dots Derived from Food Items
--Haitao Wang et al.

 

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