Materials Today Physics - Hot Papers

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TiB2 thin film enabled efficient NH3 electrosynthesis at ambient conditions - Materials Today Physics

Highly Cited Papers:

  • Ni-based layered double hydroxide catalysts for oxygen evolution reaction

  • Highly active non-noble electrocatalyst from Co2P/Ni2P nanohybrids for pH-universal hydrogen evolution reaction

  • ?New trends, strategies and opportunities in thermoelectric materials: A perspective