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Copper shows a high promise in developing biomedical materials with antibacterial effect. The antibacterial effect can be enhanced by nanostructured surfaces with superhydrophobic properties, which reduce the solid contact area available for bacterial adhesion and adherent growth. Here, three...
Complex oxides exhibit a wide range of fascinating functionalities, such as ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity, and pyroelectricity, which are indispensable for cutting‐edge electronics, energy, and information technologies. The intriguing physical properties of these complex oxides arise from...
Activation of the CH bond is the first step in converting methane into valuable chemicals. Herein, the successful induction and electrical detection of a methane oxidation reaction are reported at room temperature using IrO2 nanosheets, a 2D form of IrO2. A clear decrease in electrical...
With the development of optoelectronic devices toward miniaturization, flexibility, and large‐scale integration, conventional submillimeter rigid encapsulation techniques rarely achieve conformational functionality while blocking water and oxygen. At the same time, the sensitivity of electronic...
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