418 Low-temperature hydrogen production from water and methanol using Pt/α-MoC catalysts.

417 Solar fuels photoanode materials discovery by integrating high-throughput theory and experiment.

416 Demonstrating the potential of yttrium-doped barium zirconate electrolyte for high-performance fuel cells.

415 Synergy of ammonium chloride and moisture on perovskite crystallization for efficient printable mesoscopic solar cells.

414 Precise tuning in platinum-nickel/nickel sulfide interface nanowires for synergistic hydrogen evolution catalysis.

413 A tailored double perovskite nanofiber catalyst enables ultrafast oxygen evolution.

412 Efficient and stable solution-processed planar perovskite solar cells via contact passivation.

411 Molecular hydrogen becomes an atomic metal between 465 and 495 gigapascals at low temperature.

410 A Highly Efficient and Self-Stabilizing Metallic-Glass Catalyst for Electrochemical Hydrogen Generation.

409 Structurally Defined 3D Nanographene Assemblies via Bottom-Up Chemical Synthesis for Highly Efficient Lithium Storage.

408 Review: The role of nanotechnology in the development of battery materials for electric vehicles.

407 Biaxially strained PtPb/Pt core/shell nanoplate boosts oxygen reduction catalysis.

406 High-throughput computational design of cathode coatings for Li-ion batteries.

405 Hetero-type dual photoanodes for unbiased solar water splitting with extended light harvesting.

404 A mixed tin-lead perovskite material with a narrow band gap enables efficient tandem solar cells.

403 Solar water splitting by photovoltaic-electrolysis with a solar-to-hydrogen efficiency over 30%.

402 Formation of Ni–Co–MoS2 Nanoboxes with Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activity for Hydrogen Evolution.

401 Atomic-Sized Pores Enhanced Electrocatalysis of TaS2 Nanosheets for Hydrogen Evolution.

400 Anode-Engineered Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cell with Excellent Performance and Fuel Compatibility.

399 Single-catalyst high-weight% hydrogen storage in an N-heterocycle synthesized from lignin hydrogenolysis products and ammonia.

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