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Contents: (Adv. Energy Mater. 18/2017)

Contents: (Adv. Energy Mater. 18/2017) small 2017, Volume 13, Number 33 www.small-journal.com Advanced Materials, Vol. 29, 2017, No. 33 www.advmat.de Vol. 29 • No. 33 • September 6 • 2017 www.advmat.de www.advenergymat.de Flexible Batteries ADMA_29_33_cover.indd 1 14/08/17 1:10 PM Ultrathin and mesoporous cobalt oxide layers are in situ Advanced Materials has been bringing you the best in materials research for over twenty years. grown on the surface of carbon fibers with large interfa- cial contact area as high-performance air electrode for With its increased ISI Impact Factor of 19.791, a flexible rechargeable zinc–air battery integrated with a Advanced Materials is one of the most influential flexible display device. The whole integrated device not journals in the field. Publishing every week, only possesses excellent flexibility but also has shape- Advanced Materials now brings you even more of tailorable capability that can operate during the tailoring the latest results at the cutting edge of materials science. processes. This is reported by Cheng Zhong, Yida Deng, and co-workers in article number 1700779. www.advmat.de Photovoltaics In article number 1700265, Annalisa Bruno and co- workers show that applying an electrical poling to pre- condition the SCs below 170 K, the MA cations can be efficiently oriented and I accumulation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advanced Energy Materials Wiley

Contents: (Adv. Energy Mater. 18/2017)

Advanced Energy Materials , Volume 7 (18) – Sep 1, 2017

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Wiley
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© 2017 WILEY‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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1614-6832
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1614-6840
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10.1002/aenm.201770098
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small 2017, Volume 13, Number 33 www.small-journal.com Advanced Materials, Vol. 29, 2017, No. 33 www.advmat.de Vol. 29 • No. 33 • September 6 • 2017 www.advmat.de www.advenergymat.de Flexible Batteries ADMA_29_33_cover.indd 1 14/08/17 1:10 PM Ultrathin and mesoporous cobalt oxide layers are in situ Advanced Materials has been bringing you the best in materials research for over twenty years. grown on the surface of carbon fibers with large interfa- cial contact area as high-performance air electrode for With its increased ISI Impact Factor of 19.791, a flexible rechargeable zinc–air battery integrated with a Advanced Materials is one of the most influential flexible display device. The whole integrated device not journals in the field. Publishing every week, only possesses excellent flexibility but also has shape- Advanced Materials now brings you even more of tailorable capability that can operate during the tailoring the latest results at the cutting edge of materials science. processes. This is reported by Cheng Zhong, Yida Deng, and co-workers in article number 1700779. www.advmat.de Photovoltaics In article number 1700265, Annalisa Bruno and co- workers show that applying an electrical poling to pre- condition the SCs below 170 K, the MA cations can be efficiently oriented and I accumulation

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Published: Sep 1, 2017

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