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The efficient design of nanoporous materials crucially depends on understanding the mass transfer mechanism. Using micro-imaging techniques we now show that apparently identical crystals can exhibit different uptake rates.
Although perovskite oxides hold promise in applications ranging from solid oxide fuel cells to catalysts, their surface chemistry is poorly understood at the molecular level. Here we follow the formation of the first monolayer of water at the (001) surfaces of Sr
O3n+1 (n = 1, 2) using...
Producing hydrogen through solar water splitting requires the coverage of large land areas. Abundant metal-based molecular catalysts offer scalability, but only if they match noble metal activities. We report on a highly active p-GaInP2 photocathode protected through a 35-nm TiO2 layer...
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