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Strain engineering: a boosting strategy for photocatalysis, Adv. Mater., 2022, 2200868.

Triphase photocatalytic CO2 reduction over silver-decorated titanium oxide at a gas-water boundary, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2022,

Ordered PtFeIr intermetallic nanowires through a silica-protected strategy for oxygen reduction reaction, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2022, 61 (8), e202113278.

Photothermal-assisted photocatalytic nitrogen oxidation to nitric acid on palladium decorated titanium oxide, Adv. Energy Mater., 2022, 2103740.

Fe single-atom catalysts on MOF-5 derived carbon for efficient oxygen reduction reaction in proton exchange membrane fuel cells, Adv. Energy Mater., 2022, 12(3), 2102688.

Vertical graphene array for efficient electrocatalytic reduction of oxygen to hydrogen peroxide, Nano Energy, 2022, 96, 107046.

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Congratulations Doc. Run Shi won the "Highly Cited Reasearcher" that rank in the top 1% for Cross-Feild in 2021.

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LDH Nano-Engineering

Layered double hydroxides (LDHs), a class of the vital 2D layered anionic clays, consist of layers with positively charged (brucite-like M(OH)6 octahedra) and anions located interlayer. More...

C1 Photo-Conversion

Our group focuses on the discovery of novel and efficient photo-driven catalysts containing 2D LDH, LDH derived metals, LDH derived metals/oxide interface) to meet the above challenges. More...

N2 Photo-Fixation

Utilizing solar energy to convert molecular nitrogen into fixed nitrogen products represents a promising approach for the production of valued nitrogen-based chemicals under ambient conditions. More...

Nobel-Metal Free Electrocatalysis

Using electrocatalysis to realize the conversion between electric energy and chemical energy is one of the ideal ways to realize the sustainable development of energy and the green and efficient synthesis of chemicals. More...

Three-Phase Catalysis

Traditional heterogeneous catalysis mainly occurs at gas-solid or liquid-solid two phase interfaces. However, gas, solid and liquid phases coexist in many novel catalytic reaction systems (water decomposition, carbon dioxide reduction, oxygen reduction, etc.), More...



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