Angew. Chem. 42/2010: Structures and Properties Out of the Ordinary

Angew. Chem. 42/2010: Structures and Properties Out of the Ordinary

Author: Angewandte Chemie International Edition

In this week’s Review, A. Teleki et al. discuss the dry syntheses and applications of semiconductor gas sensors. How can dense particulate or porous thin films in the nm-µm range be prepared? The Highlights deal with two-chain insulin, carbon nanotubes as pores, and the detection of carbon monoxide by a color change.

In the Communications section, N. J. Turro, P. G. Schultz et al. demonstrate a new strategy for the photoactivation of GFPs. A. Belik et al. present a series of unusal In-Mn-O perovskites with unusual properties (see picture). A. Alexakis et al. show how aryl alanes can be 1,4-added asymmetrically to trisubstituted enones by means of rhodium catalysis.


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