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Materials Science for Energy Technologies Top Articles of 2018

We are happy to announce the five papers listed below have been chosen as the “Best papers” published in the journal in 2018. We understand that no single measurement can define a best paper; this is particularly true for newly-published articles, which may need time to establish their importance, but our editors and editorial board believe that these papers are significant and hope you enjoy reading them. They give our readers a taste of the type of content featured in Materials Science for Energy Technologies. I congratulate all the researchers involved and sincerely thank all the authors who have submitted their papers to MSET.

  • Recent developments in photoelectrochemical water-splitting using WO3/BiVO4 heterojunction photoanode: A review
    Basanth S. Kalanoor, Hyungtak Seo, Shankara S. Kalanur*
    Materials Science for Energy Technologies 1 (2018) 49–62.
  • Nanoengineered material based biosensing electrodes for enzymatic biofuel cells applications
    Ashutosh Kumar, Swati Sharma, Lalit Mohan Pandey*, Pranjal Chandra*
    Materials Science for Energy Technologies 1 (2018) 38–48.
  • Capillarity-driven assembly of single-walled carbon nanotubes onto nickel wires for flexible wire-shaped supercapacitors
    Pan Li, Yiming Li, Ziqiang Zhang, Jun Chen, Yi Li*, Yanwen Ma*
    Materials Science for Energy Technologies 1 (2018) 91–96.
  • Investigation of physicochemical and electrochemical properties of recast Nafion nanocomposite membranes using different loading of zirconia nanoparticles for proton exchange membrane fuel cell applications
    Mohammad Javad Parnian, Soosan Rowshanzamir*, Jafar Alipour Moghaddam
    Materials Science for Energy Technologies 1 (2018) 146–154.
  • Physico-chemical properties of nanocrystalline YSZ powders as a function of doping level and electrical properties after sintering
    C. Suciu, E. Dorolti, A.C. Hoffmann
    Materials Science for Energy Technologies 1 (2), 136–145, 2018.

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