Phase competition in mixed perovskites can be resolved by this dual ion exchange process, which passivates grain boundaries and suppresses ion migration.
Sodium is the new lithium: a facile new method to produce graphene composite electrodes may help solve the sodium transport problem.
Jaephil Cho and co-workers assess the commercial potential of nickel-rich cathode materials, informing decisions on industrial uptake of these materials.
Advanced Materials Interfaces launches its new invited-only review ‘Hall of Fame’. All included papers are free to read for a limited time!
Batteries from a variety of manufacturers are examined using high-speed X-ray imaging to determine their failure mechanisms during thermal runaway.
A new printing method produces flexible graphene microsupercapacitors with a planar architecture, suitable for integration in portable electronic devices.
AMI presents the impressive covers of its current issue, highlighting electrochemistry, acoustic streaming, superhydrophobicity, and precision APT.
Exploiting electrochemistry to gain control over the interactions of liquid metal droplets enables reversible switching for soft circuitry.
Polymeric nanoparticles acting as intracellular ROS regulators show promise as antiviral agents in influenza-infected kidney cells.
Stabilizing interfacial layers enable atomic force microscopy imaging of soft and dynamic liquid/liquid interfaces without any solid support.