In the last 3 months we published 3 cover articles.
First, we published that we can control the topological properties of germanene - the germanium analog to graphene - with the electrical field, leading to the cover of Physical Review Letters.
We also published photoconductive atomic force microscopy measurements of a bilayer molybdenum disulfide, with water confined between the molybdenum disulfide and the substrate. This research made it to the cover of Journal of Physical Chemistry C:
And last week we published a cover article on colloidal probe measurements on the influence of relative humidity on the performance of triboelectric nanogenerators in ACS Applied materials and Interfaces: