Physical Chemistry

35 Investigation of the fine structure of antihydrogen.

34 A solid electrolyte enables hydrogen peroxide synthesis straight from hydrogen and oxygen, with no purification required.

33 Multivalent anions are found to be capable of electron-doping polymer semiconductors to realize conductive films with very low work functions, which enable efficient electron injection into materials with low electron affinity.

32 Spontaneous generation of hydrogen peroxide from aqueous microdroplets.

31 A copper complex long implicated in C–N bond formation has been spectroscopically and crystallographically characterized.

30 Chiral Lewis acids integrated with single-walled carbon nanotubes for asymmetric catalysis in water.

29 Uranium isotope fractionation by abiotic reductive precipitation.

28 Building one molecule from a reservoir of two atoms.

27 Sterically controlled mechanochemistry under hydrostatic pressure.

26 Nitrogen fixation and reduction at boron.

25 Bottom-up construction of a superstructure in a porous uranium-organic crystal.

24 A stable compound of helium and sodium at high pressure.

23 Potassium sulfate forms a spiral structure when dissolved in solution.

22 Influence of iron doping on tetravalent nickel content in catalytic oxygen evolving films.

21 The reaction of methyl peroxy and hydroxyl radicals as a major source of atmospheric methanol.

20 Evidence for a new phase of dense hydrogen above 325 gigapascals.

19 Reversible adapting layer produces robust single-crystal electrocatalyst for oxygen evolution.

18 Electrodeposition of hierarchically structured three-dimensional ​nickel–iron electrodes for efficient ​oxygen evolution at high current densities.

17 A purely theoretical method for predicting gas-phase chemical reaction rates shows strong agreement with experiment.

16 Spiral precipitation patterns in confined chemical gardens.

15 Multiple competing pathways direct a metallic solid to its molten state.

14 Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex.

13 Cephalopod-inspired design of electro-mechano-chemically responsive elastomers for on-demand fluorescent patterning.

12 Germanene: a novel two-dimensional germanium allotrope akin to graphene and silicene.

11 Observation of an all-boron fullerene.

10 Discovery and introduction of a (3,18)-connected net as an ideal blueprint for the design of metal–organic frameworks.

9 Highly active copper-ceria and copper-ceria-titania catalysts for methanol synthesis from CO2.

8 Direct chemical conversion of graphene to boron- and nitrogen- and carbon-containing atomic layers.

7 An atomic force microscope tip bearing a single carbon monoxide molecule was used to resolve hydrogen-bonding contacts between molecules.

6 Metal-free molecular catalysts can be tethered to nylon to render them recoverable and recyclable.

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