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Contents: (Adv. Energy Mater. 19/2015)

Contents: (Adv. Energy Mater. 19/2015) Advanced Materials has been bringing you the best in materials research for over twenty years. With its increased ISI Impact Factor of 17.493, Advanced Materials is one of the most influential journals in the field. Publishing every week, Advanced Materials now brings you even more of the latest results at the cutting edge of materials science. www.advmat.de Organic Solar Cells In article number 1500802, Kilwon Cho and coworkers report charge-carrier-selective extraction through ferroelectric-semiconductor hybrid interlayers in organic solar cells. The electrically polarized ferroelectric domains provide directional charge carrier extraction even with non-Ohmic cathodes, thereby significantly reducing nongeminate charge carrier recombination within the organic solar cells. Volume 11 · No. 36 – September 23 2015 www.small-journal.com 36/2015 Nanofibers Comprising Yolk–Shell Sn@void@SnO/SnO2 and Hollow SnO/SnO2 and SnO2 Nanospheres via the Kirkendall Diffusion Effect and Their Electrochemical Properties J. S. Cho and Y. C. Kang Energy Storage A bilayer dielectric material showing remarkable energy/power density is reported in article number 1500767 by Joseph Perry and co-workers. This material has been developed through the use of an organic-hybrid sol-gel dielectric layer and a self-assembled-monolayer as a charge-blocking layer, which greatly suppresses current leakage at high electric field. This hybrid energy-storage device provides http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advanced Energy Materials Wiley

Contents: (Adv. Energy Mater. 19/2015)

Advanced Energy Materials , Volume 5 (19) – Oct 1, 2015

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Wiley
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Copyright © 2015 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.201570104
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Advanced Materials has been bringing you the best in materials research for over twenty years. With its increased ISI Impact Factor of 17.493, Advanced Materials is one of the most influential journals in the field. Publishing every week, Advanced Materials now brings you even more of the latest results at the cutting edge of materials science. www.advmat.de Organic Solar Cells In article number 1500802, Kilwon Cho and coworkers report charge-carrier-selective extraction through ferroelectric-semiconductor hybrid interlayers in organic solar cells. The electrically polarized ferroelectric domains provide directional charge carrier extraction even with non-Ohmic cathodes, thereby significantly reducing nongeminate charge carrier recombination within the organic solar cells. Volume 11 · No. 36 – September 23 2015 www.small-journal.com 36/2015 Nanofibers Comprising Yolk–Shell Sn@void@SnO/SnO2 and Hollow SnO/SnO2 and SnO2 Nanospheres via the Kirkendall Diffusion Effect and Their Electrochemical Properties J. S. Cho and Y. C. Kang Energy Storage A bilayer dielectric material showing remarkable energy/power density is reported in article number 1500767 by Joseph Perry and co-workers. This material has been developed through the use of an organic-hybrid sol-gel dielectric layer and a self-assembled-monolayer as a charge-blocking layer, which greatly suppresses current leakage at high electric field. This hybrid energy-storage device provides

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