Nature Catalysis

(The TQCC of Nature Catalysis is 99. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-03-01 to 2023-03-01.)
Control of metal-support interactions in heterogeneous catalysts to enhance activity and selectivity795
Challenges and prospects in the catalysis of electroreduction of nitrogen to ammonia744
Fe–N–C electrocatalyst with dense active sites and efficient mass transport for high-performance proton exchange membrane fuel cells735
Reaction systems for solar hydrogen production via water splitting with particulate semiconductor photocatalysts713
Rational catalyst and electrolyte design for CO2 electroreduction towards multicarbon products644
Designing materials for electrochemical carbon dioxide recycling606
Achievements, challenges and perspectives on cathode catalysts in proton exchange membrane fuel cells for transportation564
Engineering the electronic structure of single atom Ru sites via compressive strain boosts acidic water oxidation electrocatalysis536
Promoting nitrogen electroreduction to ammonia with bismuth nanocrystals and potassium cations in water497
Iron-facilitated dynamic active-site generation on spinel CoAl2O4 with self-termination of surface reconstruction for water oxidation481
Single-atom tailoring of platinum nanocatalysts for high-performance multifunctional electrocatalysis332
A comprehensive metabolic map for production of bio-based chemicals314
Identification of active sites for acidic oxygen reduction on carbon catalysts with and without nitrogen doping307
Two-dimensional copper nanosheets for electrochemical reduction of carbon monoxide to acetate280
Electrochemical synthesis of ammonia as a potential alternative to the Haber–Bosch process272
Structure of the catalytically active copper–ceria interfacial perimeter266
The renaissance of the Sabatier reaction and its applications on Earth and in space262
Cooperative CO2-to-ethanol conversion via enriched intermediates at molecule–metal catalyst interfaces253
Net reduction of CO2 via its thermocatalytic and electrocatalytic transformation reactions in standard and hybrid processes245
Catalyst synthesis under CO2 electroreduction favours faceting and promotes renewable fuels electrosynthesis223
Towards dense single-atom catalysts for future automotive applications212
Strategies to break linear scaling relationships187
Cooperative copper centres in a metal–organic framework for selective conversion of CO2 to ethanol187
A green chemistry perspective on catalytic amide bond formation180
A silver catalyst activated by stacking faults for the hydrogen evolution reaction171
Carbon monoxide electroreduction as an emerging platform for carbon utilization169
Cancer-derived exosomes loaded with ultrathin palladium nanosheets for targeted bioorthogonal catalysis154
Cu2O nanocubes with mixed oxidation-state facets for (photo)catalytic hydrogenation of carbon dioxide153
Diastereodivergent synthesis of enantioenriched α,β-disubstituted γ-butyrolactones via cooperative N-heterocyclic carbene and Ir catalysis146
First-principles-based multiscale modelling of heterogeneous catalysis140
Photoelectrocatalytic arene C–H amination138
Efficient electrocatalytic conversion of carbon monoxide to propanol using fragmented copper138
Tuning of catalytic sites in Pt/TiO2 catalysts for the chemoselective hydrogenation of 3-nitrostyrene129
Constraining CO coverage on copper promotes high-efficiency ethylene electroproduction126
Making quantitative sense of electromicrobial production124
Catalyst deactivation via decomposition into single atoms and the role of metal loading123
Solvent-mediated charge separation drives alternative hydrogenation path of furanics in liquid water122
Asymmetric formation of γ-lactams via C–H amidation enabled by chiral hydrogen-bond-donor catalysts118
Electrochemically converting carbon monoxide to liquid fuels by directing selectivity with electrode surface area117
Photocatalytic activation of alkyl chlorides by assembly-promoted single electron transfer in microheterogeneous solutions117
Progress and outlook for solid oxide fuel cells for transportation applications116
Platinum group metal-free catalysts boost cost competitiveness of fuel cell vehicles113
Selectivity control of CO versus HCOO− production in the visible-light-driven catalytic reduction of CO2 with two cooperative metal sites112
Rational design, enantioselective synthesis and catalytic applications of axially chiral EBINOLs111
A high-energy-density and long-life lithium-ion battery via reversible oxide–peroxide conversion110
Photocatalytic regio- and stereoselective C(sp3)–H functionalization of benzylic and allylic hydrocarbons as well as unactivated alkanes110
Misconceptions and challenges in methane-to-methanol over transition-metal-exchanged zeolites108
Gasoline automobile catalysis and its historical journey to cleaner air104
Solar-driven reduction of aqueous CO2 with a cobalt bis(terpyridine)-based photocathode102
Non-proteinaceous hydrolase comprised of a phenylalanine metallo-supramolecular amyloid-like structure102
Asymmetric construction of atropisomeric biaryls via a redox neutral cross-coupling strategy99