Angewandte Chemie 40/2023: Recoverable

Angewandte Chemie 40/2023: Recoverable

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

In this issue, Richard Hoogenboom et al. review non-activated esters as reactive handles in direct post-polymerization modification. Dong Yang et al. summarize recoverable flexible perovskite solar cells for next-generation portable power sources. The Minireviews deal with nascent proteomics as chemical tools to monitor newly synthesized proteins (Qi Tang, Xing Chen) as well as dual-atom catalysts for energy and environmental applications (Pengfei Xie et al.). Benjamin D. Egleston and Rebecca L. Greenaway highlight recent research on liquids with permanent macroporosity. Hans H. Gorris and David R. Walt look back on the life and achievements of Otto S. Wolfbeis.

In the original research section, Hongbing Ji et al. describe the induced-fit identification in a rigid metal–organic framework for ppm-level CO2 removal and ultrapure CO enrichment (see picture). Tautgirdas Ruzgas et al. present a rapidly responsive sensor for wireless detection of early and mature microbial biofilms. Menny Shalom et al. obtained polymeric carbon nitride with chirality inherited from supramolecular assemblies. Evgenii V. Kondratenko et al. introduce performance descriptors for catalysts based on molybdenum, tungsten, or rhenium oxides for metathesis of ethylene with 2-butenes to propene.


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