Special Issue of ChemPlusChem on Novel Aromatics

  • Supplier: ChemPlusChem/ChemPubSoc Europe
  • Author: ChemPlusChem
  • Published: 10 June 2019
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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The latest special issue from ChemPlusChem is on Novel Aromatic Compounds. This issue was coordinated by Guest Editors Aiko Fukazawa (Kyoto University), Shinji Toyota (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Rik Tykwinski (University of Alberta), and Wallace Wong (University of Melbourne), and is the official special issue of the ISNA-18 conference that will be held in Sapporo, Japan, in July 2019.

This issue is packed with top contributions focused on aromatic compounds ranging from acenes, annulenes, azulenes to porphyrins, corroles, and phthalocyanines, as well as thiophenes and fullerenes; and properties such as photochemistry, self-assembly, or catalysis. Particular highlights include a Review by Tsuyoshi Kawai, Gwénaël Rapenne et al. on photochromic diarylethenes designed for surface deposition, a Minireview by Takayuki Tanaka, Atsuhiro Osuka et al. on corrole oligomers, and a Minireview by Jean‐Baptiste Verlhac, Mireille Blanchard‐Desce et al. on two-photon uncaging of bioactive molecules. Work by Hiroshi Shinokubo et al. on regioselective oxidative ring cleavage reactions of nickel(II) norcorroles is featured on the cover.

 

The special issue is free to read until August 2019.

 

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