The source of data and materials should be mentioned in the manuscript, in support of the findings. If the data source is not revealed, the authors need to clearly state the reasons. Authors who do not wish to share their data should clearly state that the data will not be shared, and give the reasons.
The statement relating to the data should be presented in the following format under a separate ‘Availability of Data and Materials’ section in the manuscript:
"The data supporting the findings of the article is available in the [repository name] at [URL], reference number [reference number]”.
Prof. He obtained a doctorate in Chemistry from Nankai University. Currently, he is a Professor of Chemistry at Nankai University, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. He has authored >200 scientific publications and holds 23 patents. He has edited 20 books and chapters (ACS book series, John Wiley & Sons, Springer, Elsevier,CRC Press, Taylor & Francis), and has also delivered more than 60 invited lectures at international conferences. He is a Series Editor of “Green Chemistry and Sustainable Technology”, editor-in chief of “Current Organic Synthesis” and is on the editorial board of a dozen of international scientific journals.