ChemNanoMat is an international nanoscience journal connecting nanochemistry with materials science. With a broad scope, the journal covers all aspects of the chemistry of nanomaterials, nanotechnology, nanomedicines, and their interdisciplinary applications. It is published on behalf of the Asian Chemical Editorial Society (ACES) and has a worldwide authorship and readership.

 

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ChemNanoMat is a young journal published in close cooperation with the teams of Angewandte Chemie and Advanced Materials, and is the latest sister journal to Chemistry—An Asian Journal. Indexed in Web of Science.

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Fluorogenic Reaction Probes Defect Sites on Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles

  •  18 June 2024

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Defect site-rich titanium dioxide promotes the activation of hydrogen peroxide generating more reactive oxidative species and exhibits outstanding advantages on chemical oxidation. The cycle of Ti(III) and Ti(IV) plays an important role in the catalytic enhancement. More importantly, single-molecule catalysis has great potential to avoid the heterogeneity of nanocatalysts and probe the defect site distributions.

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From Structure to Catalysis: Advances in Metal‐Organic Frameworks‐Based Shape‐Selective Reactions

  •  18 June 2024

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In this review article, we critically analyze the current state-of-the-art in surface functionalization within MOFs, synthesis of enzyme-inspired MOFs, creation of mesoporous MOFs, development of porous structures utilizing MOFs, and engineering of structural limitations. We discuss various synthesis methods for porous MOFs based on the pyrolysis technique. Direct synthesis and post-synthesis secondary methods for MOFs’ surface engineering have been discussed.

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