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European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

Carba‐ closo ‐dodecaborates – Synthesis, Structure, and Energetics

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Alexander Hepp, René Labbow, Fabian Reiß, Axel Schulz, Alexander Villinger

A full set of analytical data of salts (e.g., Me3NH+, Cs+, Ag+) bearing nido‐[B11H14]–, closo‐[CHB11H11]–, and chlorinated congener [CHB11Cl11]– is reported. Structures and energetics of [CHB11H11–nXn]– and [B12XmH12–m]2– (n = 5, 11; m = 0, 12; X = halogen, CH3, CF3) and their protonated and silylated forms are studied. A direct correlation between theoretical calculated NICS values, gas‐phase acidities, and experimentally determined 13C NMR shifts is...

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European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

Soot Oxidation over CeO 2 or Ag/CeO 2 : Influences of Bulk Oxygen Vacancies and Surface Oxygen Vacancies on Activity and Stability of the Catalyst

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Shijie Wu, Yu Yang, Chunxiang Lu, Yuanyuan Ma, Shuxia Yuan, Guangren Qian

Three types of CeO2 were synthesized and through impregnation of Ag employing these CeO2 types as supports, three kinds of Ag/CeO2 were prepared. Their morphologies and structures were characterized by SEM, HRTEM, nitrogen adsorption–desorption isotherms, and H2‐TPR reduction, indicating that the effective soot‐catalyst contact and size distribution as well as the chemical state of Ag were identical. Surface oxygen vacancies (VO–s) and bulk oxygen...

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European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

Irreversible Magnetic Behaviour Caused by the Thermosalient Phenomenon in an Iron(III) Spin Crossover Complex

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Frederico F. Martins, Abhinav Joseph, Hermínio P. Diogo, Manuel E. Minas da Piedade, Liliana P. Ferreira, Maria Deus Carvalho, Sónia Barroso, Maria João Romão, Maria José Calhorda, Paulo N. Martinho

The new iron(III) complex [Fe(5‐I‐salEen)2]ClO4 exhibits both spin crossover, with hysteresis, between 304 K and 320 K (16 K hysteresis loop), and thermosalient phenomena. After a symmetry‐breaking phase transition between 120 and 130 K, confirmed by single‐crystal X‐ray diffraction, and the fragmentation of the crystals around 312 K, confirmed by differential scanning calorimetry and hot stage microscopy, the hysteresis loop disappears....

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European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

Straightforward Synthesis of L‐PEI‐Coated Gold Nanoparticles and Their Biological Evaluation

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Mathilde Bouché, Sylvie Fournel, Antoine Kichler, Tamilselvi Selvam, Jean‐Louis Gallani, Stéphane Bellemin‐Laponnaz

Functionalized gold nanoparticles receive much attention for biomedical applications thanks to their improved in vivo circulation time and colloidal stability. This work aimed at developing a simple and efficient synthetic route for synthesizing nanoparticles coated with linear polyethyleneimine for use as non‐toxic platforms in non‐viral gene delivery. We show that the reproducible one‐pot synthesis of gold nanoparticles stabilized with...

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European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

Dinuclear Vanadium Sulfide Clusters: Synthesis, Redox Behavior, and Magnetic Properties

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Iakov S. Fomenko, Artem L. Gushchin, Vladimir A. Nadolinny, Nikolay N. Efimov, Yuliya A. Laricheva, Maxim N. Sokolov

The complex [V2S4(nBu2dtc)4] (1) (dtc = dithiocarbamate) was prepared by a self‐assembly reaction from [VO(nBu2dtc)3] and H2S. 1H, 13C, and 51V NMR spectra indicate the presence in solution of two isomers (centrosymmetric and non‐centrosymmetric) with different relative orientations of the dithiocarbamate chelate rings. Thermogravimetric studies of 1 show that the thermolysis products are VS2 (in He) or VS (in H2). The cyclic voltammogram (CV) in dichloromethane...

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ChemPhysChem

Large Electro‐Optic Kerr Effect in Ionic Liquid Crystals: Connecting Features of Liquid Crystals and Polyelectrolytes

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): M. Christian Schlick, Nadia Kapernaum, Manuel M. Neidhardt, Tobias Wöhrle, Yannick Stöckl, Sabine Laschat, Frank Giesselmann

Abstract The electro‐optic Kerr effect in simple dipolar fluids such as nitrobenzene has been widely applied in electro‐optical phase modulators and light shutters. In 2005, the discovery of the large Kerr effect in liquid‐crystalline blue phases (Y. Hisakado et al., Adv. Mater. 2005, 17, 96–98.) gave new directions to the search for advanced Kerr effect materials. Even though the Kerr effect is present in all transparent and...

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ChemBioChem

The Alkylquinolone Repertoire of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is Linked to Structural Flexibility of the FabH‐like 2‐Heptyl‐3‐hydroxy‐4(1 H )‐quinolone (PQS) Biosynthesis Enzyme PqsBC

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Florian Witzgall, Tobias Depke, Michael Hoffmann, Martin Empting, Mark Brönstrup, Rolf Müller, Wulf Blankenfeldt

Abstract Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a bacterial pathogen that causes life‐threatening infections in immunocompromised patients. It produces a large armory of saturated and mono‐unsaturated 2‐alkyl‐4(1H)‐quinolones (AQs) and AQ N‐oxides (AQNOs) that serve as signaling molecules to control the production of virulence factors and that are involved in membrane vesicle formation and iron chelation; furthermore, they also have, for example, antibiotic...

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Chemistry - A European Journal

Visible‐Light Catalytic Photooxygenation of Monoterpene Indole Alkaloids: Access to Spirooxindole‐1,3‐oxazines

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Thorsten von Drathen, Frank Hoffmann, Malte Brasholz

Abstract Few natural oxindole alkaloids possess an exceptional spiro‐[(1,3)oxazinan‐3,6′‐oxindole] core structure, which results from an unusual oxidative indole rearrangement. The Rauvolfia alkaloid reserpine can be converted into the spirooxindole‐1,3‐oxazines dioxyreserpine and trioxyreserpine through efficient visible‐light catalytic photooxygenation with anthraquinone photocatalysts. A mechanistic investigation sheds new light on ...

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ChemPhysChem

Behavior of a Metal Organic Framework Thin‐Film at Elevated Temperature and Pressure as Studied with an Autoclave‐Inserted Atomic Force Microscope

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Rogier P. Brand, Laurens D. B. Mandemaker, Guusje Delen, Niek Rijnveld, Bert M. Weckhuysen

Abstract Bridging the gap in studying surface reactions, processes, and morphology and measuring at (catalytic) relevant conditions is crucial for our understanding of the working principles of porous crystalline materials. Scanning tunneling microscopy is limited because of the required conductivity of the sample, whereas atomic force microscopy (AFM) is often challenging in use owing to the physical mechanism underlying the...

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ChemMedChem

Structural Analysis of Small‐Molecule Binding to the BAZ2A and BAZ2B Bromodomains

Published: 22 June 2018

Author(s): Andrea Dalle Vedove, Dimitrios Spiliotopoulos, Vito G. D'Agostino, Jean‐Rémy Marchand, Andrea Unzue, Cristina Nevado, Graziano Lolli, Amedeo Caflisch

Abstract The bromodomain‐containing protein BAZ2A is a validated target in prostate cancer research, whereas the function of its paralogue BAZ2B is still undefined. The bromodomains of BAZ2A and BAZ2B have a similar binding site for their natural ligand, the acetylated lysine side chain. Here, we present an analysis of the binding modes of eight compounds belonging to three distinct chemical classes. For all compounds, the moiety...

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March 2018

 


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Black Phosphorus: Properties, Synthesis, and Applications in Energy Conversion and Storage [Focus Review]
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Der Einsatz von Modellen zum Erkenntnisgewinn / Eine Unterrichtseinheit zur Förderung der Modellkompetenz im Kontext „Batterie“ unter explizitem Einbezug von Schülervorstellungen [Aus der Schule]
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Why Does Iodine Turn Starch Blue?
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