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Poking Holes in Graphene

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21 November 2017 – "Holey" graphene-based materials for supercapacitors

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Easy Detection of Fluoride in Water

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16 November 2017 – Fluoride detection in drinking water using color reagents

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Ice Melting under Pressure

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14 November 2017 – Transition from ice into a quasi-liquid phase under pressure directly observed for the first time

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Missing Link of the Primordial Soup

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11 November 2017 – Diamidophosphate could have created three vital building blocks

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First Lithium Germanium Selenide Synthesized

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08 November 2017 – First compound in the Li/Ge/Se system features chains of ethane-like Ge/Se clusters

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MOF for Carbon Dioxide Recycling

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07 November 2017 – Metal-organic frameworks enabling catalytic conversion of carbon dioxide

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Revised Formation Mechanism

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06 November 2017 – Mn/Re vinylidenes react with P–OR nucleophiles via hydrolysis rather than intramolecular Michaelis–Arbuzov rearrangement

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Oxygen Vacancies for Better Supercapacitors

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04 November 2017 – Two-dimensional oxygen-vacancy-rich cobalt oxide nanosheets as supercapacitor materials

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Cobalt-Tungsten Catalyst For Water Splitting

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31 October 2017 – Competitive activity found in a low cost, earth-abundant material for acid water electrolysis

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Reversible Photopatterning And Metal Ion Sensing

Author: Charlotte Koschnick

25 October 2017 – Rewritable photochromic materials based on freestanding mesoporous organosilica films

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