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Inside back cover Showcasing research from the Center of Super-Diamond and As featured in: Advanced Films, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Volume 10 Number 22 14 June 2018 Pages 10299–10742 Light-weight 3D Co–N-doped hollow carbon spheres as Nanoscale effi cient electrocatalysts for rechargeable zinc–air batteries rsc.li/nanoscale Rational design of cost-eff ective, nonprecious metal-based catalysts with desirable oxygen reduction reaction performance by simple synthesis route is challenging for metal air batteries commercialization. The light-weight 3D Co-N-doped hollow carbon spheres fabricated via a facile emulsion approach followed by carbonization possess good oxygen reduction ISSN 2040-3372 and oxygen evolution reactions performance and show COMMUNICATION Jianxiang Zhang, Ruibing Wang et al. Inhibition of drug-induced seizure development in both zebrafi sh and mouse models by a synthetic nanoreceptor promising application for rechargeable zinc–air batteries. The progress represented by this reported work is important in the See Linjie Zhi, J. Antonio Zapien development of outstanding electrocatalytsts for the metal air et al. , Nanoscale , 2018, 10 , 10412. battery industry. rsc.li/nanoscale Registered charity number: 207890 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nanoscale Royal Society of Chemistry

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Showcasing research from the Center of Super-Diamond and As featured in: Advanced Films, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Volume 10 Number 22 14 June 2018 Pages 10299–10742 Light-weight 3D Co–N-doped hollow carbon spheres as Nanoscale effi cient electrocatalysts for rechargeable zinc–air batteries rsc.li/nanoscale Rational design of cost-eff ective, nonprecious metal-based catalysts with desirable oxygen reduction reaction performance by simple synthesis route is challenging for metal air batteries commercialization. The light-weight 3D Co-N-doped hollow carbon spheres fabricated via a facile emulsion approach followed by carbonization possess good oxygen reduction ISSN 2040-3372 and oxygen evolution reactions performance and show COMMUNICATION Jianxiang Zhang, Ruibing Wang et al. Inhibition of drug-induced seizure development in both zebrafi sh and mouse models by a synthetic nanoreceptor promising application for rechargeable zinc–air batteries. The progress represented by this reported work is important in the See Linjie Zhi, J. Antonio Zapien development of outstanding electrocatalytsts for the metal air et al. , Nanoscale , 2018, 10 , 10412. battery industry. rsc.li/nanoscale Registered charity number: 207890

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