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Surface (bio)-functionalization of metallic materials: How to cope with real interfaces?
Surface (bio)-functionalization of metallic materials: How to cope with real interfaces?
A biomaterial “can be defined as any material used to make devices to replace a part or a function of the body in a safe, ...
Strategies and extraction pathways towards carminic acid as natural-based food colorant: A comprehensive review
Strategies and extraction pathways towards carminic acid as natural-based food colorant: A comprehensive review
Today, the physical aspect, including the color as the most impressive and delightful attributes, of food items plays an i...
The yielding behaviour of human mucus
The yielding behaviour of human mucus
Generally, when we think of mucus, we imagine the slimy fluid oozing out of our nose when we are sick. But mucus participa...
Recent progress of MOF-functionalized nanocomposites: From structure to properties
Recent progress of MOF-functionalized nanocomposites: From structure to properties
MOFs, also recognized as porous coordination polymers, are one kind of crystal porous hybrid materials with different dime...
Nanomaterial surface modification toolkit: Principles, components, recipes, and applications
Nanomaterial surface modification toolkit: Principles, components, recipes, and applications
Surface-functionalized nanostructures are at the forefront of biotechnology, providing new opportunities for biosensors, d...
Nanoreactor-based catalytic systems for therapeutic applications: Principles, strategies, and challenges
Nanoreactor-based catalytic systems for therapeutic applications: Principles, strategies, and challenges
Multiple reactions within living cells can be isolated by organelles into independent nanoreactors (e.g., mitochondria, ch...
A review of sodium silicate solutions: Structure, gelation, and syneresis
A review of sodium silicate solutions: Structure, gelation, and syneresis
Knowledge of sodium silicate solution, also known as waterglass, dates back to at least the period of the early Roman Empi...
Impact and repercussions of the Ostwald-de Izaguirre theory for adsorption from liquid mixtures: A 100-year perspective
Impact and repercussions of the Ostwald-de Izaguirre theory for adsorption from liquid mixtures: A 100-year perspective
The theory developed in 1922 by Wolfgang Ostwald and Ramón de Izaguirre for adsorption from solution is revisited one hund...
Neutron reflection and scattering in characterising peptide assemblies
Neutron reflection and scattering in characterising peptide assemblies
Peptides are fascinating chain molecules, built from amino acids, providing a rich source of inspiration for many bio-appl...
Sn-based materials in photocatalysis: A review
Sn-based materials in photocatalysis: A review
Environmental pollution and energy crises have attracted accelerating attention as there is an urgent scientific demand to...
Injectable hydrogels: An emerging therapeutic strategy for cartilage regeneration
Injectable hydrogels: An emerging therapeutic strategy for cartilage regeneration
The impairment of articular cartilage due to traumatic incidents or osteoarthritis has posed significant challenges for he...
Frontiers and advances in N-heterocycle compounds as corrosion inhibitors in acid medium: Recent advances
Frontiers and advances in N-heterocycle compounds as corrosion inhibitors in acid medium: Recent advances
With the rapid development of industry, the application of metal materials is becoming more and more extensive, such as ca...
Transition metal compounds: From properties, applications to wettability regulation
Transition metal compounds: From properties, applications to wettability regulation
Transition metals are essential trace elements for life forms that exist in nature. Most organisms require the first row o...
Recent progress in 1D MOFs and their applications in energy and environmental fields
Recent progress in 1D MOFs and their applications in energy and environmental fields
Energy crisis, global warming and uncontrollable environmental pollution are becoming major challenges to the world [1]. H...
Unveiling the tribological potential of MXenes-current understanding and future perspectives
Unveiling the tribological potential of MXenes-current understanding and future perspectives
Since the beginning of mankind, friction, and wear in moving mechanical systems have been challenging. The usage of lubric...
Stimuli-responsive viscosity modifiers
Stimuli-responsive viscosity modifiers
Viscosity modifiers are materials that are capable of transforming the rheological properties of a liquid, both organic an...
A review of flotation reagents for bastnäsite-(Ce) rare earth ore
A review of flotation reagents for bastnäsite-(Ce) rare earth ore
Rare earth elements (REEs) refer to a group of 17 elements, including scandium (Sc), yttrium (Y), and the lanthanoid serie...
Encapsulation of mint essential oil: Techniques and applications
Encapsulation of mint essential oil: Techniques and applications
Mints (Mentha spp.) are aromatic, medicinal, and economically important perennial plants that taxonomically belong to the ...
Trends and prospects of 2-D tungsten disulphide (WS2) hybrid nanosystems for environmental and biomedical applications
Trends and prospects of 2-D tungsten disulphide (WS2) hybrid nanosystems for environmental and biomedical applications
Progress of nanoscale materials comprising extrinsic features has publicized the unlimited prospective to expand our knowl...
Turning food waste into value-added carbon dots for sustainable food packaging application: A review
Turning food waste into value-added carbon dots for sustainable food packaging application: A review
Carbon dots (CDs) are a recent addition to the nanocarbon family, encompassing both crystalline and amorphous phases. They...
Hydroxyapatite: A journey from biomaterials to advanced functional materials
Hydroxyapatite: A journey from biomaterials to advanced functional materials
Hydroxyapatite (HAp) is a compound that has garnered considerable attention in the field of materials science due to its r...
Recent advances in keratin for biomedical applications
Recent advances in keratin for biomedical applications
According to the survey, millions of tons of feathers are produced worldwide each year and considered as solid waste, caus...