Volume 14

Issue 05,2021

(39 articles)

Contents(PDF)

Ling-Xiao Zhang1,3,4,5,†,§, Ying-Bo Jia4,5,§, Ya-Ru Huang4,5, Hui-Na Liu1,2, Xia-Mei Sun4, Ting Cai1,2 (✉), Rui-Tian Liu4 (✉), and Zhi Ping Xu3 (✉)

Size-dependent spleen targeted delivery of clay-based cancer therapeutic vaccines more efficiently induces anti-tumor immune responses for both prevention and treatment of lymphoma.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3175-0
2021, 14(5): 1326–1334
Published: 19 November 2020

Yan Zhang1, Qiying Lv1, Kai Chi2, Qilin Li1, Huiling Fan1, Bo Cai1, Fei Xiao2 (✉), Shuai Wang2 (✉), Zheng Wang1 (✉), and Lin Wang (✉)

Fabricating three-dimensional (3D) porous B,N-codoped carbon wrapped N-doped graphitic carbon flake arrays heterojunction on flexible carbon fiber substrate for biomolecular detection in cancer tissue.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3176-z
2021, 14(5): 1335–1343
Published: 2020-11-17

Girgis Obaid1,2,†,§, Kimberley Samkoe3,§, Kenneth Tichauer4, Shazia Bano1, Yeonjae Park3, Zachary Silber1, Sassan Hodge3, Susan Callaghan1, Mina Guirguis2, Srivalleesha Mallidi1,‡, Brian Pogue3, and Tayyaba Hasan1,5 (✉)

Biomolecular interactions of targeted nanoliposomes (tNLs) with solid tumor receptors in vivo are elusive. Here, for the first time, tNLs specific for epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) are used with near-infrared (NIR) molecular imaging for non-invasive quantitation of their in vivo molecular specificity towards tumor EGFR. We also show that tumor specificity is independent of tumor selective delivery. The purpose of targeting is thus emphasized and tNL development is encouraged, given that the principal goal for targeting is in vivo molecular specificity.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3178-x
2021, 14(5): 1344–1354
Published: 27 November 2020

Lei Wang1,3,§, Shuangke Liu2,§, Jin Hu1, Xianan Zhang1, Xin Li1, Guanhua Zhang1 (✉), Yujie Li2, Chunman Zheng2, Xiaobin Hong2 (✉), and Huigao Duan1 (✉)

A novel carbon foam integrated by hollow carbon bubble nanoreactors with ultrahigh pore volume and adjustable wall thickness is meticulously designed for high-energy Li-S batteries. When the hollow carbon bubble nanoreactors possess a suitable wall thickness, excellent electrochemical performance can be achieved even with a ultrahigh sulfur content (> 90 wt.%).
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3181-2
2021, 14(5): 1355–1363
Published: 05 January 2021

Sidan Fu1, Xiaoxin Wang1, Haozhe Wang2, Xiaoxue Gao1, Kurt Broderick2, Jing Kong2 (✉), and Jifeng Liu1 (✉)

We introduce an optical slot-antenna-coupled cavity (SAC) framework, simultaneously enhancing the absorption of atomically thin singlelayer graphene by up to 20× and potentially enabling its electrical gating as a step towards tunable two-dimensional (2D) photonic surfaces. This framework synergistically integrates near-field enhancement induced by ultrahigh refractive index semimetal slotantenna with broadband cavity resonances in visible and infrared regimes, far exceeding the performance of conventional optical antennas or Fabry-Perot cavities alone.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3184-z
2021, 14(5): 1364–1373
Published: 07 November 2020

Jie Xu1,§, Shuhua Lai1,§, Defeng Qi1, Min Hu1, Xianyun Peng1, Yifan Liu2 (✉), Wei Liu1, Guangzhi Hu3, Heng Xu1, Fan Li1, Chao Li1, Jia He1 (✉), Longchao Zhuo4, Jiaqiang Sun5, Yuan Qiu1, Shusheng Zhang6, Jun Luo1, and Xijun Liu1 (✉)

Atomic Fe-Zn pairs anchored on porous N-doped carbons (Fe-Zn-SA/NC) were prepared as efficient oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) catalysts in the whole pH range. It achieves competitive half-wave potentials in 0.1 M HClO4 (0.78 V), 0.1 M KOH (0.85 V) and 0.1 M phosphate buffer saline (PBS) (0.72 V) solutions, as well as respectable stability. This work demonstrates the great potential of Fe-Zn pairs as a substitute for Pt catalysts towards efficient ORR.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3186-x
2021, 14(5): 1374–1381
Published: 09 November 2020

Youngjin Ham1, Vitalii Ri2, Jin Kim1, Yeoheung Yoon3, Jinho Lee1, Kisuk Kang4, Ki-Seok An3 (✉), Chunjoong Kim2 (✉), and Seokwoo Jeon1 (✉)

An ultrathick (≈ 1 mm) organic cathode is developed by utilizing the synergetic effect of the non-covalent functionalized graphene flakes and robust cellulose nanofiber-intermingled architecture. Due to the well-developed ion/electron pathways throughout the entire cathode thickness, the multi-redox phenazine-based organic rechargeable batteries exhibit high energy of 9.4 mWh·cm−2 (= 864 Wh·kg−1), as well as enhanced cycling stability.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3187-9
2021, 14(5): 1382–1389
Published: 09 November 2020

Xu Wu1,2,§, Jingsi Qiao3,§, Liwei Liu1,§, Yan Shao2, Zhongliu Liu2, Linfei Li2, Zhili Zhu2, Cong Wang3, Zhixin Hu4, Wei Ji3 (✉), Yeliang Wang1,2,5 (✉), and Hongjun Gao2,5


In this study, we propose a technique to suppress such carrier trap that uses enhanced interlayer hybridization to saturate danglingbond states, as demonstrated in a strongly interlayer-coupled monolayer-bilayer PtSe2 heterostructure. The hybridization between the unsaturated states and the interlayer electronic states of PtSe2 significantly reduces the depth of carrier traps at the interface, as corroborated by our scanning tunnelling spectroscopic measurements and density functional theory calculations.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3188-8
2021, 14(5): 1390–1396
Published: 03 December 2020

Tianyu Chen1, Mengna Huang2, Zhongju Ye1, Jianhao Hua1, Shen Lin1 (✉), Lin Wei2 (✉), and Lehui Xiao1 (✉)

The stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy is successfully employed to visualize the fine structure and morphology of CsPbBr3@polystyrene (PS) electrospun fibers at sub-diffraction limit.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3189-7
2021, 14(5): 1397–1404
Published: 01 December 2020

Qing Li1,2, Xinran Li1, Jiawei Gu1, Yanle Li3, Ziqi Tian3 (✉), and Huan Pang1 (✉)

The porous rod-like Ni2P/Ni composite exhibits remarkable enhanced urea oxidation reaction (UOR) activities compared to NiO/Ni, owing to the selective phosphating strategy, high electrocatalytic activity, and excellent cycle stability. The strategy of fabricating metal phosphides-metal assemblies offers an idea for further development of excellent electrocatalysts.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s12274-020-3190-1
2021, 14(5): 1405–1412
Published: 15 November 2020