Heteronuclear 1D and 2D NMR Resonances Detected by Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer to WaterAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Ricardo P. Martinho, Mihajlo Novakovic, Gregory L. Olsen, Lucio Frydman
Formation of Gas-Phase Formate in Thermal Reactions of Carbon Dioxide with Diatomic Iron Hydride AnionsAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Li-Xue Jiang, Chongyang Zhao, Xiao-Na Li, Hui Chen, Sheng-Gui He
An Intramolecular Silylene Borane Capable of Facile Activation of Small Molecules, Including Metal-Free Dehydrogenation of WaterAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Zhenbo Mo, Tibor Szilvási, Yu-Peng Zhou, Shenglai Yao, Matthias Driess
Catalytic Reaction Rates Controlled by Metal Oxidation State: C−H Bond Cleavage in Methane over Nickel-Based CatalystsAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Fanglin Che, Su Ha, Jean-Sabin McEwen
Enantioselective Reactions of 2-Sulfonylalkyl Phenols with Allenic Esters: Dynamic Kinetic Resolution and [4+2] Cycloaddition Involving ortho-Quinone Methide IntermediatesAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Ping Chen, Kai Wang, Wengang Guo, Xianghui Liu, Yan Liu, Can Li
Catalytic Enantioselective γ-Selective Additions of 2-Allylazaarenes to Activated KetonesAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Xiangbin Bai, Guangkuo Zeng, Tianju Shao, Zhiyong Jiang
Photofunctionality in Porphyrin-Hybridized Bis(dipyrrinato)zinc(II) Complex Micro- and NanosheetsAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Ryota Sakamoto, Toshiki Yagi, Ken Hoshiko, Shinpei Kusaka, Ryota Matsuoka, Hiroaki Maeda, Zheng Liu, Qian Liu, Wai-Yeung Wong, Hiroshi Nishihara
Precisely Regulated and Efficient Locking of Linear Peptides into Stable Multicyclic Topologies through a One-Pot ReactionAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-27
Weidong Liu, Yiwu Zheng, Xudong Kong, Christian Heinis, Yibing Zhao, Chuanliu Wu
Stepwise observation and quantification and mixed matrix membrane separation of CO2 within a hydroxy-decorated porous hostChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-27
Christopher G. Morris, Nicholas M. Jacques, Harry G. W. Godfrey, Tamoghna Mitra, Detlev Fritsch, Zhenzhong Lu, Claire A. Murray, Jonathan Potter, Tom M. Cobb, Fajin Yuan, Chiu C. Tang, Sihai Yang, Martin Schroder
Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Liquid Water using High Quality Meta-GGA FunctionalsChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-27
Luis Ruiz Pestana, Narbe Mardirossian, Martin Head-Gordon, Teresa Head-Gordon
We have used ab initio molecular dynamics (AIMD) to characterize water properties using two meta-generalized gradient approximation (meta-GGA) functionals, M06-L-D3 and B97M-rV, and compared their performance against a standard GGA...
Reaction Discovery Using Acetylene Gas as the Chemical Feedstock Accelerated by the "Stop-Flow" Micro-Tubing Reactor SystemChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-27
Fei Xue, Hongping Deng, Chengwen Xue, Dara Khairunnisa Binte Mohamed, Karen Yuanting Tang, Jie Wu
Acetylene gas has been applied as the feedstock under transition-metal catalysis and photo-redox conditions to produce important chemicals including terminal alkynes, fulvenes, and fluorinated styrene compounds. The reaction discovery process...
Mild, photoredox-catalysed decarboxylation of aryl carboxylic acids to access aryl radicalsChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-27
Lisa Candish, Matthias Freitag, Tobias Gensch, Frank Glorius
Herein we present the first example of aryl radical formation via the visible light-mediated decarboxylation of aryl carboxylic acids using photoredox catalysis. This method constitutes a mild protocol for the...
Hypervalency, secondary bonding and hydrogen bonding: siblings under the skinChem. Soc. Rev. ( IF 34.090 ) 2017-02-27
Robert H. Crabtree
A neutral dinuclear Ir(III) complex for anti-counterfeiting and data encryptionChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Yang Jiang, Guangfu Li, Weilong Che, Yingjie Liu, Bin Xu, Guogang Shan, Dongxia Zhu, Zhongmin Su, Martin R. Bryce
3R phase of MoS2 and WS2 outperforms the corresponding 2H phase for hydrogen evolutionChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Rou Jun Toh, Zdenek Sofer, Jan Luxa, David Sedmidubsky, Martin Pumera
Naphthalene Diimide-difluorobenzene-based Polymer Acceptors for All-polymer Solar CellsChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Beng S Ong, Ping Deng, Carr Hoi Yi Carr Ho, Yong Lu, Ho-Wa LI, Sai Wing TSANG, Shu-Kong So
A regio-random (P1) and -regular (P2) difluorobenzene-napthalene-containing polymer acceptors were developed for bulk-heterojunction all-polymer solar cells (all-PSCs). P2 exhibited significantly higher crystallinity in thin films, affording highly spectral absorptivity and...
A Triarylborane-based biphenyl exhibiting abrupt fluorescence enhancement at a specific high temperatureChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Sheng-Yong Li, Ya-Jun Hui, Zuo-Bang Sun, Cui-Hua Zhao
A triarylborane-based biphenyl, 4,4'-dibromo-2-dimesitylboryl-2'-(N,N-dimethylamino)biphenyl (Br2-BN-BPh), exhibits very unique temperature-dependent fluorescence behavior. Although...
Metal-free benzannulation of 1,7-diynes toward unexpected 1-aroyl-2-naphthaldehydes and their application in fused aza-heterocyclic synthesisChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Bo Jiang, Ai-Fang Wang, Peng Zhou, Yi-Long Zhu, Wen-Juan Hao, Guigen Li, Shu-Jiang Tu
A novel I2-mediated benzannulation of 1,7-diynes involved 1,4-oxo-migration has been established, providing a range of unexpected 1-aroyl-2-naphthaldehydes with a 1,4-dicarbonyl unit. The resulting 1-aroyl-2-naphthaldehydes have been successfully applied in the...
A D3h symmetry hexaazatriphenylene-tris-N-heterocyclic carbene ligand and its coordination to iridium and gold. Preliminary catalytic studiesChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Susana Ibanez-Maella, Macarena Poyatos, Eduardo Peris
A new D3h symmetry tris-N-heterocyclic carbene ligand has been prepared and coordinated to iridium and gold. The ligand contains an electron-poor hexaaza-triphenylene core, thus the resulting tris-NHC ligand is a...
Microwave-induced Fast Incorporation of Titanium in UiO-66 Metal-organic Frameworks for Enhanced Photocatalytic PropertiesChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Jiping Tu, Xiaoliang Zeng, Fujian Xu, Xi Wu, Yunfei Tian, Xiandeng Hou, Zhou Long
UiO-66 metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) can be bestowed with greatly enhanced photocatalytic properties by introducing titanium into the frameworks. A microwave-assisted method was developed to substitute the zirconium with titanium in...
Wafer-scale fabrication of Cu/Graphene double-nanocaps array for surface-enhanced Raman scattering substratesChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Jingquan Liu, Huihui Zhu, Ao Liu, Da Li, Yongcheng Zhang, Xiaoxia Wang, Wenrong Yang, John Justin Gooding
A novel structure of arrays of Cu/graphene double-nanocaps was developed via one-step low-temperature chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process. Polystyrene spheres (PSS) are ingeniously employed as both template and solid carbon...
N-doped Porous Graphitic Carbon with Multi-flaky Shell Hollow Structure by Green and 'Useful' Template CaCO3 for VOCs Fast Adsorption and Small Peptides EnrichmentChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
XIN HE, Huaju Sun, MEIPING ZHU, Yaseen Muhammad, Dankui Liao, Xuemin Cui, Haoyu Guan, Zhangfa Tong, ZHENXIA ZHAO
High N-doped porous graphitic carbons (S-NPGCS) with multi-flaky shell hollow structure were prepared by using CaCO3 as a green/useful template. S-NPGCS exhibit very fast adsorption for toluene (31 times as...
Extremely efficient crystallization of HKUST-1 and keggin-loaded related phases through the epoxide´s routeChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Victor Oestreicher, Matias Jobbagy
Highly crystalline HKUST-1 and COK-16-like phases were obtained based on mild in situ alkalinization one-pot epoxide driven method. A slurry composed of finely grinded trimesic acid, H3BTC, dispersed in a...
Boronic Acid-Modified Alginate Enables Direct Formation of Injectable, Self-Healing and Multistimuli-Responsive HydrogelChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Asja Pettignano, Santiago Grijalvo, Marleen Haering, Ramon Eritja, Nathalie Tanchoux, Francoise Quignard, David Diaz Diaz
One-step functionalization of alginate with boronic acid groups allowed spontaneous formation of biocompatible hydrogels under basic conditions without additional complementary molecules or crosslinking agents. The dynamic nature of boronate ester...
New approach for the preparation of well defined Rh and Pt nanoparticles stabilized by phosphine-functionalized silica for selective hydrogenation reactions.Chem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Carmen Claver, Jessica Llop Castelbou, Kai Chung Szeto, wael barakat, Nicolas Merle, Cyril Godard, Mostafa Taoufik
In this work, a new methodology for the synthesis of well defined metallic nanoparticles supported on silica is described. This methodology is based on the surface control provided by SOMC....
Hydrogen Autotransfer and Related Dehydrogenative Coupling Reactions using a Rhenium(I) Pincer CatalystChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Patrick Piehl, Miguel Pena-Lopez, Anna Frey, Helfried Neumann, Matthias Beller
A novel rhenium complex1 bearing a non-innocent PNP pincer ligand was prepared. This novel catalyst is active in hydrogen autotransfer reactions to form new C-C and C-N bonds. More specifically,...
A new type of gasochromic materials: Conducting polymers with catalytic nanoparticlesChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Chih-Wei Hu, yasusei yamada, Kazuki Yoshimura
We report the first observation of gasochromism for a material based on a thin film of polyaniline:polystyrene sulfonate/platinum nanoparticles (PANI:PSS/PtNPs). This novel material displayed a significant colour change, from green...
Selective hydrogenation of nitroarenes to aminoarenes using MoOx modified Ru/SiO2 catalyst under mild conditionsChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Masazumi Tamura, Naoto Yuasa, Yoshinao Nakagawa, Keiichi Tomishige
Modification of metal oxides (MoOx, WOx and ReOx) with Ru/SiO2 improved activity and selectivity in hydrogenation of 3-nitrostyrene to 3-aminostyrene under mild conditions such as 0.3 MPa H2, 303 K...
Real-time monitoring conformational transitions of single-molecule histone deacetylase 8 with nanocircuitsChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-27
Seungyong You, James Froberg, Junru Yu, Manas Kumar Haldar, Abbas Sedigh, Sanku Mallik, D. K. Srivastava, YONGKI CHOI
With single-molecule approaches, we directly observe the dynamic interaction between HDAC8 and various ligands as well as conformational interconversions during the catalytic reaction. Statistical analysis identified key kinetic parameters, demonstrating...
Prophage WO genes recapitulate and enhance Wolbachia-induced cytoplasmic incompatibilityNature ( IF 38.138 ) 2017-02-27
Daniel P. LePage, Jason A. Metcalf, Sarah R. Bordenstein, Jungmin On, Jessamyn I. Perlmutter, J. Dylan Shropshire, Emily M. Layton, Lisa J. Funkhouser-Jones, John F. Beckmann, Seth R. Bordenstein
The genus Wolbachia is an archetype of maternally inherited intracellular bacteria that infect the germline of numerous invertebrate species worldwide. They can selfishly alter arthropod sex ratios and reproductive strategies to increase the proportion of the infected matriline in the population. The most common reproductive manipulation is cytoplasmic incompatibility, which results in embryonic lethality in crosses between infected males and uninfected females. Females infected with the same Wolbachia strain rescue this lethality. Despite more than 40 years of research and relevance to symbiont-induced speciation, as well as control of arbovirus vectors and agricultural pests, the bacterial genes underlying cytoplasmic incompatibility remain unknown. Here we use comparative and transgenic approaches to demonstrate that two differentially transcribed, co-diverging genes in the eukaryotic association module of prophage WO from Wolbachia strain wMel recapitulate and enhance cytoplasmic incompatibility. Dual expression in transgenic, uninfected males of Drosophila melanogaster crossed to uninfected females causes embryonic lethality. Each gene additively augments embryonic lethality in crosses between infected males and uninfected females. Lethality associates with embryonic defects that parallel those of wild-type cytoplasmic incompatibility and is notably rescued by wMel-infected embryos in all cases. The discovery of cytoplasmic incompatibility factor genes cifA and cifB pioneers genetic studies of prophage WO-induced reproductive manipulations and informs the continuing use of Wolbachia to control dengue and Zika virus transmission to humans.
Earth’s first stable continents did not form by subductionNature ( IF 38.138 ) 2017-02-27
Tim E. Johnson, Michael Brown, Nicholas J. Gardiner, Christopher L. Kirkland, R. Hugh Smithies
The geodynamic environment in which Earth’s first continents formed and were stabilized remains controversial. Most exposed continental crust that can be dated back to the Archaean eon (4 billion to 2.5 billion years ago) comprises tonalite–trondhjemite–granodiorite rocks (TTGs) that were formed through partial melting of hydrated low-magnesium basaltic rocks; notably, these TTGs have ‘arc-like’ signatures of trace elements and thus resemble the continental crust produced in modern subduction settings. In the East Pilbara Terrane, Western Australia, low-magnesium basalts of the Coucal Formation at the base of the Pilbara Supergroup have trace-element compositions that are consistent with these being source rocks for TTGs. These basalts may be the remnants of a thick (more than 35 kilometres thick), ancient (more than 3.5 billion years old) basaltic crust that is predicted to have existed if Archaean mantle temperatures were much hotter than today’s. Here, using phase equilibria modelling of the Coucal basalts, we confirm their suitability as TTG ‘parents’, and suggest that TTGs were produced by around 20 per cent to 30 per cent melting of the Coucal basalts along high geothermal gradients (of more than 700 degrees Celsius per gigapascal). We also analyse the trace-element composition of the Coucal basalts, and propose that these rocks were themselves derived from an earlier generation of high-magnesium basaltic rocks, suggesting that the arc-like signature in Archaean TTGs was inherited from an ancestral source lineage. This protracted, multistage process for the production and stabilization of the first continents—coupled with the high geothermal gradients—is incompatible with modern-style plate tectonics, and favours instead the formation of TTGs near the base of thick, plateau-like basaltic crust. Thus subduction was not required to produce TTGs in the early Archaean eon.
TIRR regulates 53BP1 by masking its histone methyl-lysine binding functionNature ( IF 38.138 ) 2017-02-27
Pascal Drané, Marie-Eve Brault, Gaofeng Cui, Khyati Meghani, Shweta Chaubey, Alexandre Detappe, Nishita Parnandi, Yizhou He, Xiao-Feng Zheng, Maria Victoria Botuyan, Alkmini Kalousi, William T. Yewdell, Christian Münch, J. Wade Harper, Jayanta Chaudhuri, Evi Soutoglou, Georges Mer, Dipanjan Chowdhury
A new protein, Tudor interacting repair regulator (TIRR), affects DNA repair by masking the chromatin interaction domain of 53BP1, thereby preventing its recruitment to double-strand breaks.
Microbiology: Manipulation of the manipulatorsNature ( IF 38.138 ) 2017-02-27
William Sullivan, Scott L. O'Neill
Wolbachia bacteria infect insects and can cause mating incompatibilities, an outcome that is used to fight insect-transmitted disease. The proposed genes responsible illuminate this process and the disease-control mechanisms.
Unique Proton Dynamics in an Efficient MOF-Based Proton ConductorJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Yong-Sheng Wei, Xiao-Peng Hu, Zhen Han, Xi-Yan Dong, Shuang-Quan Zang, Thomas C. W. Mak
Arylazoindazole Photoswitches: Facile Synthesis and Functionalization via SNAr SubstitutionJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Raquel Travieso-Puente, Simon Budzak, Juan Chen, Peter Stacko, Johann T. B. H. Jastrzebski, Denis Jacquemin, Edwin Otten
Efficient Enantioselective Syntheses of (+)-Dalesconol A and BJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Guoqing Zhao, Guangqing Xu, Chao Qian, Wenjun Tang
Nucleation, Growth, and Alignment of Poly(3-hexylthiophene) Nanofibers for High-Performance OFETsAcc. Chem. Res. ( IF 22.003 ) 2017-02-24
Nils E. Persson, Ping-Hsun Chu, Michael McBride, Martha Grover, Elsa Reichmanis
Electron Hopping and Charge Separation within a Naphthalene-1,4:5,8-bis(dicarboximide) Chiral Covalent Organic CageJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Tomáš Šolomek, Natalia E. Powers-Riggs, Yi-Lin Wu, Ryan M. Young, Matthew D. Krzyaniak, Noah E. Horwitz, Michael R. Wasielewski
Highly Efficient and Exceptionally Durable CO2 Photoreduction to Methanol over Freestanding Defective Single-Unit-Cell Bismuth Vanadate LayersJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Shan Gao, Bingchuan Gu, Xingchen Jiao, Yongfu Sun, Xiaolong Zu, Fan Yang, Wenguang Zhu, Chengming Wang, Zimou Feng, Bangjiao Ye, Yi Xie
Exploiting Noncovalently Conformational Locking as a Design Strategy for High Performance Fused-Ring Electron Acceptor Used in Polymer Solar CellsJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Yahui Liu, Zhe Zhang, Shiyu Feng, Miao Li, Liangliang Wu, Ran Hou, Xinjun Xu, Xuebo Chen, Zhishan Bo
High Performance Reduction of H2O2 with an Electron Transport Decaheme Cytochrome on a Porous ITO ElectrodeJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Bertrand Reuillard, Khoa H. Ly, Peter Hildebrandt, Lars J. C. Jeuken, Julea N. Butt, Erwin Reisner
Binding and Packing in Two-Component Colloidal Quantum Dot Ligand Shells: Linear versus Branched CarboxylatesJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Kim De Nolf, Salvatore M. Cosseddu, Jacek J. Jasieniak, Emile Drijvers, José C. Martins, Ivan Infante, Zeger Hens
Ir-Catalyzed Asymmetric Total Synthesis of (−)-Communesin FJ. Am. Chem. Soc. ( IF 13.038 ) 2017-02-24
Xiao Liang, Tian-Yuan Zhang, Xue-Yi Zeng, Yu Zheng, Kun Wei, Yu-Rong Yang
Cover PictureAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-24
Hiroya Oshima, Aiko Fukazawa, Shigehiro Yamaguchi
Alkene Hydrogenations by Soluble Iron Nanocluster CatalystsAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-24
Tim N. Gieshoff, Uttam Chakraborty, Matteo Villa, Axel Jacobi von Wangelin
Lattice-Matched Epitaxial Growth of Organic Heterostructures for Integrated Optoelectronic ApplicationAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-24
Yi Zhang, Qing Liao, Xinguo Wang, Jiannian Yao, Hongbing Fu
Palladium-Catalyzed Pyrazole-Directed sp3 C−H Bond Arylation for the Synthesis of β-PhenethylaminesAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-24
Nurbey Gulia, Olafs Daugulis
Iridium-Catalyzed Reductive Strecker Reaction for Late-Stage Amide and Lactam CyanationAngew. Chem. Int. Ed. ( IF 11.709 ) 2017-02-24
Ángel L. Fuentes de Arriba, Elena Lenci, Mahendra Sonawane, Odilon Formery, Darren J. Dixon
Molecular Modeling of Thermodynamic and Transport Properties for CO2 and Aqueous BrinesAcc. Chem. Res. ( IF 22.003 ) 2017-02-24
Hao Jiang, Ioannis G. Economou, Athanassios Z. Panagiotopoulos
Flash Vacuum Pyrolysis of Azides, Triazoles, and TetrazolesChem. Rev. ( IF 37.369 ) 2017-02-24
Chemical Strategies To Target Bacterial VirulenceChem. Rev. ( IF 37.369 ) 2017-02-24
Megan Garland, Sebastian Loscher, Matthew Bogyo
Ubiquitin-like Protein Conjugation: Structures, Chemistry, and MechanismChem. Rev. ( IF 37.369 ) 2017-02-24
Laurent Cappadocia, Christopher D. Lima
Correction: Electrochemical promotion of catalysis over Pd nanoparticles for CO2 reductionChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-24
Fan Cai, Dunfeng Gao, Hu Zhou, Guoxiong Wang, Ting He, Huimin Gong, Shu Miao, Fan Yang, Jianguo Wang, Xinhe Bao
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Solvent-Free Manganese-Catalyzed Sequential C-H and C-C/C-Het Bond ActivationChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-24
Qingquan Lu, Felix J. R. Klauck, Frank Glorius
Manganese-catalyzed sequential C-H and C-C/C-Het bond activation to synthesize allylic alcohols, allylated arenes, functionalized cyclopentenes and skipped dienes is reported. This protocol can be readily scaled up and various coupling...
First Total Synthesis of ConcavineChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-24
N S Simpkins, Francois Saint-Dizier
The synthesis of the unusual alkaloid concavine, isolated from Clitocybe concava (Basidiomycetae), has been accomplished. The synthetic route features a key bridge-forming step involving a new method for sulfenylative radical...
p-Doping of graphene in hybrid materials with 3,10-diazapicenium dicationsChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-24
Alexandra Roth, Tobias A. Schaub, Ute Meinhardt, Dominik Thiel, Jan Storch, V Cirkva, Pavel Jakubik, Dirk M. Guldi, Milan Kivala
N,N'-didodecyl-substituted 3,10-diazapicenium salts featuring bromide and hexafluorophosphate counterions have been designed as novel dopants to realize individualized graphene sheets in a series of cutting edge experiments and to intrinsically stabilize...
Highly chemoselective ruthenium(II)-catalyzed direct arylation of cyclic and N,N-dialkyl benzamides with aryl silanesChem. Sci. ( IF 9.144 ) 2017-02-24
Pradeep Nareddy, Frank Jordan, Michal Szostak
Electrocatalytic intramolecular oxidative annulation of N-aryl enamines into substituted indoles mediated by iodidesChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-24
Shan Tang, Xinlong Gao, Aiwen Lei
An electrocatalytic reaction protocol is developed for achieving intramolecular dehydrogenative annulation of N-aryl enamines. It offers a simple and efficient way for the synthesis of indoles in an undivied cell....
Aggregation-Induced Emission Property of Hydrothermally Synthesized Cu-In-S Quantum DotsChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-24
Mingyao Mou, Yi Wu, Qianqian Niu, Yuanqi Wang, Zheng-Yu Yan, Shenghua Liao
A novel Cu-In-S quantum dots (CIS QDs), which exhibited interesting aggregation-induced emission (AIE), were successfully prepared via hydrothermal method. When the solvent changes from water to 90 vol.% DMSO, the...
Ruthenium Nitrosyl Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots as an Efficient Nanoplatform for NIR-light-controlled and Mitochondria-targeted Delivery of Nitric Oxide Combined with Photothermal TherapyChem. Commun. ( IF 6.567 ) 2017-02-24
Min Guo, Hui-Jing Xiang, Yi Wang, Qianling Zhang, Lu An, Shiping Yang, Yinchu Ma, Yu-Cai Wang, Jin-Gang Liu
A mitochondria-targeting nanoplatform for near-infrared-light-controlled release of nitric oxide accompanied by photothermal therapy was developed, which consists of ruthenium nitrosyl functionalized N-doped graphene quantum dots and a triphenylphosphonium moiety. The...
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