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Environment and Energy

Science and Technology of Advanced Materials

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Environmental issues affect various areas such as water and air pollution, efficient use of energy, and low-energy production of materials. New materials and related technologies allow to clean up the environment and play a key role in the efficient use and recovery of energy. This special collection presents recent STAM articles dedicated to environment and energy topics.

Article TitleAuthor
Energy-harvesting materials based on the anomalous Nernst effectMasaki Mizuguchi & Satoru Nakatsuji
Strongly correlated oxides for energy harvestingJobu Matsuno, Jun Fujioka, Tetsuji Okuda, Kazunori Ueno, Takashi Mizokawa & Takuro Katsufuji
Thermoelectric materials and applications for energy harvesting power generationIoannis Petsagkourakis, Klas Tybrandt, Xavier Crispin, Isao Ohkubo, Norifusa Satoh & Takao Mori
Designing a regenerable stimuli-responsive grafted polymer-clay sorbent for filtration of water pollutantsIdo Gardi & Yael G. Mishael
Role of surface energy and nano-roughness in the removal efficiency of bacterial contamination by nonwoven wipes from frequently touched surfacesNicholas W. M. Edwards et al
Recyclable nanoscale zero-valent iron-based magnetic polydopamine coated nanomaterials for the adsorption and removal of phenanthrene and anthraceneJing Li, Qingxiang Zhou, Yongli Liu & Man Lei
Plasmonic detection of mercury via amalgam formation on surface-immobilized single Au nanorodsCarola Schopf, Alfonso Martín & Daniela Iacopino
Effect of amine structure on CO2 capture by polymeric membranesIkuo Taniguchi, Kae Kinugasa, Mariko Toyoda & Koki Minezaki
New intelligent multifunctional SiO2/VO2 composite films with enhanced infrared light regulation performance, solar modulation capability, and superhydrophobicityChao Wang, Li Zhao et al
Energy conversion in magneto-rheological elastomersGael Sebald et al