eScience

Open access

ISSN: 2667-1417
CN: 12-1468/O6

eScience

Open access

Aims and ScopeeScience is an international journal publishing the latest scientific and technological research emerging from interdisciplinary fields related to energy, electrochemistry, electronics a...

Aims and Scope
eScience is an international journal publishing the latest scientific and technological research emerging from interdisciplinary fields related to energy, electrochemistry, electronics and the environment. It focuses on delivering critical insights and highlighting innovation. Original, important or general interest contributions covering a diverse range of topics are considered. These topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Batteries
  • Fuel Cells
  • Capacitors
  • Electronic Devices
  • Electrocatalysis/Photocatalysis
  • Electrocatalysis
  • Electrosynthesis
  • Electroanalysis
  • Bioelectricity
  • Pyroelectricity/Piezoelectricity
  • Energy Storage and Conversion
  • Sustainable Energy Including Solar/Hydrogen Energy etc.
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Electrochemical Mechanism and Characterization
  • Sustainable Energy and Environment
  • Energy Policy and Security

About the editors
eScience's team of professional editors provide a fair and rigorous peer-review process, high-standard copy-editing and swift publication. Information about the scientific background of the editors can be found here. eScience is also committed to fostering diversity throughout the global scientific community. The editorial board is highly diverse in the editors' nationality, age, and gender.

Article Types

Covering a broad spectrum of cutting-edge research, eScience publishes original breakthroughs in the form of communications, full articles, reviews, perspectives, news &views.

eScience is owned and sponsored by Nankai University.

Li-rich channels as the material gene for facile lithium diffusion in halide solid electrolytes

Emerging design principles, materials, and applications for moisture-enabled electric generation

Advanced characterizations and measurements for sodium-ion batteries with NASICON-type cathode materials

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1. Ni2P/NiMoP heterostructure as a bifunctional electrocatalyst for energy-saving hydrogen production

2. Quasi-compensatory effect in emerging anode-free lithium batteries

3. Spinel/Post-spinel engineering on layered oxide cathodes for sodium-ion batteries

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