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Assembly of discrete metal–organic frameworks that grow along (100) orientation on functional polymer surfaces is reported. The discrete (100) growth orientation films exhibit high effectiveness and serviceably antibacterial performance.
Underwater lossless oil droplet transportation based on superoleophobic surfaces with ultralow oil‐adhesion and switching the density of water solution is demonstrated for the first time. The buoyancy acting on the oil droplet can be reversible switched larger than or smaller than the gravity of...
F. Zhou and co‐workers demonstrate in article 1400392 that interfacial friction can be tuned through changes in surface chemistry, interfacial charge, hydration state and/or topography when environment‐sensitive materials at frictional interface react to external stimuli, such as solvent,...
This review outlines the up‐to‐date research progress on controllable interfacial friction on both solid/solid and solid/liquid surfaces. Environment‐sensitive materials at a frictional interface react to certain external stimuli and provoke changes in surface chemistry, interfacial charge,...
In article 1400388, Q. Yang, F. Chen, and co‐workers demonstrate that underwater lossless oil droplet transportation is achieved based on femtosecond laser ablated superoleophobic surfaces with ultralow oil‐adhesion in water environment. By reversibly switching the density of water solution, the...
The implementation of graphene layers in gallium nitride (GaN) heterostructure growth can solve self‐heating problems in nitride‐based high‐power electronic and light‐emitting optoelectronic devices. In the present study, high‐quality GaN layers are grown on patterned graphene layers and 6H–SiC...
In bottom‐contact organic field‐effect transistors (OFETs), the functionalization of source/drain electrodes leads to a tailored surface chemistry for film growth and controlled interface energetics for charge injection. This report describes a comprehensive investigation into separating and...
Graphene quantum dots prove useful in lithium‐ion batteries. This work introduces graphene quantum dots for the first time as surface coating material for lithium‐ion battery electrodes, exemplified by copper oxide nanowires. The high‐rate capability, initial columbic efficiency, and cycle life...
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