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The following essay focuses on the impacts of climate toward cities—and on the inherent restraints, which one has to deal with. There is today a necessity of strategies for urban resilience. These move away from the idea that space must be used in the most efficient way possible: instead,...
Proton exchange membrane water electrolysis (PEMWE) is known as an effective and environmental‐friendly method for hydrogen production. However, the process is hindered by the necessity of large loading of high‐priced noble metals in the conventional approaches. To resolve this problem, a highly...
Removal of organic dyes from aqueous solution has attracted considerable attention in the field of environmental science and for industrial application. Herein, a crosslinked pillararene polymer (Ru‐P5C) is synthesized by a click reaction between a hydrophobic azide‐modified pillararene...
Innovative nano/microarchitectures, owing to their promising catalytic features, such as abundant active sites, high surface area, and enhanced ion transport, are ideal for oxygen electrocatalysis. Herein, an inventive approach is put forward to fabricate ternary metal sulfide hollow microcubes...
Hydrogen is a promising energy carrier for a future sustainable energy economy. The two most promising routes for its large‐scale production in high purity are electrocatalytic water splitting and chemical release from hydrogen‐storage materials. The rational design and synthesis of robust...
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