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Gold‐based electrocatalysts are potential candidates for electrocatalytic nitrogen reduction reaction (e‐NRR) application due to their high conductivity and low hydrogen evolution tendency. However, the role of nonmetallic Au surfaces is not widely studied. Herein, the self‐assembly of gold...
In thin‐film photovoltaics, such as organic and perovskite solar cells, charge extraction selectivity is crucial. In order to improve selectivity, charge transporting layers (doped and undoped) are frequently used; however, it is not well understood how a charge transporting layer should be...
The recovery of noble metals is crucial in terms of resource utilization and ecological environment. Herein, a green strategy for the recovery of three noble metals, Au, Ag, and Pt, by photoelectric deposition at the cathode without external voltage is described. The realizability and mechanism...
Inverted perovskite solar cells (PSCs) mainly adopt polytriarylamine (PTAA) for the hole transport material (HTM), which usually brings about inferior interfacial contact owing to their hydrophobicity, high‐lying highest occupied molecular orbital energy level, and deficiency of passivation...
Electrocatalytic CO2 reduction reaction (CRR) is a promising way to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into value‐added hydrocarbons to alleviate the ever‐increasing environmental problem and accelerate the realization of carbon cycling. Cost‐effective and stable electrocatalytic materials with low...
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