In this issue, Andrew Kellett et al. review third-generation sequencing of epigenetic DNA, and Chuangang Hu et al. summarize work on carbon-based electrocatalysts for acidic oxygen reduction. The Minireviews deal with porous organic molecular materials beyond microporosity (Antonio Fernandez et al.) and macrocycle-based crystalline supramolecular assemblies with intermolecular charge-transfer interactions (Ying-Wei Yang et al.). In a Highlight, Simon Krause puts work on the active separation of water isotopologues by local molecular motion in microporous framework materials into context, and in a Viewpoint Article, Harald Schwalbe et al. report on the impact of the global COVID19-NMR consortium.
In the original research section, Takuji Hatakeyama et al. describe spiroborate-based host materials with high triplet energies and ambipolar charge-transport properties. Shi-Gang Sun et al. elucidated the mechanism of cation suppression of proton diffusion kinetics in electrocatalysis. Evamarie Hey-Hawkins et al. present extremely electron rich (di)carboranyl phosphines (see picture). Lihua Yuan et al. synthesized “supramolecular shish kebabs”, ie. higher-order dimeric structures from ring-in-rings complexes with conformational adaptivity.
- Angewandte Chemie 14/2023: Global Impact,
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2023, 62 (14).