Top Ten Most Downloaded Articles at ChemNanoMat

ChemNanoMat is a recently launched journal from Wiley-VCH and ACES that covers the latest discoveries in nanomaterials chemistry. These articles represent the top ten most downloaded papers in the month of August and are all free to access.

Face the Edges: Edges of nanomaterials

Edges of nanomaterials show special and exciting properties and are important for the performance of catalysts or for materials such as graphene.

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Targeting tumors with AIE nanoparticles

Aggregation-induced emission nanoparticles have been developed by East China University researchers for cancer diagnostics and treatment.

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Multifunctional nanoarrays: flexible and precise nanolithography

High resolution nanolithography from combined fabrication processes creates multifunctional nanoarrays with applications in nanoimprinting and plasmonics.

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International Year of Light: Plasmonic Nanoparticles

This month’s International Year of Light article reviews relevant advances and applications of plasmonic nanoparticles, from energy to health.

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Nanoparticles from liquid-liquid interfaces

Interfacial miniemulsion polymerization is a facile route for the synthesis of nanoparticles for applications ranging from therapeutics to coatings.

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Poly(phosphate) for Bone Formation

Poly(phosphate): An excellent review about the polymer’s physiological function, its biochemistry and its role during bone mineralization.

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Shape Control of Metallic Nanoparticles: Au–Ni–ZnO Nanoflowers

Metallic and semiconductor elements combined to create these lovely flower-like nanoparticles by researchers collaborating across China and Australia.

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Engineering protein nanoparticles from amelogenin

Random mutagenesis of amelogenin creates a wide range of protein nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

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The role of conjugated polymer nanoparticles in DNA sensing

In the newest issue of Advanced Science, researchers from Nanjing expose the advantages of using conjugated polymer nanoparticles for DNA sensing.

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