Angewandte Chemie International Edition

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April 3, 2017

Volume 56, Issue 15

Pages 4067–4360

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      Cover Picture: Formation of Gas-Phase Formate in Thermal Reactions of Carbon Dioxide with Diatomic Iron Hydride Anions (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 15/2017) (page 4067)

      Li-Xue Jiang, Chongyang Zhao, Dr. Xiao-Na Li, Prof. Hui Chen and Prof. Sheng-Gui He

      Version of Record online: 2 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701990

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      The hydrogenation … … of carbon dioxide involves the activation of the thermodynamically very stable molecule CO2 and the formation of a C−H bond. In their Communication on page 4187 ff., X.-N. Li, S.-G. He, and co-workers describe the mass-spectrometric observation of gas-phase formate as a product of the thermal reaction of CO2 with the metal hydride FeH. The formation of HCO2 was predicted to proceed by facile hydride transfer.

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      Inside Cover: Hydrophobic Water Probed Experimentally at the Gold Electrode/Aqueous Interface (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 15/2017) (page 4068)

      Dr. Yujin Tong, Dr. François Lapointe, Dr. Martin Thämer, Prof. Dr. Martin Wolf and Dr. R. Kramer Campen

      Version of Record online: 21 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201702383

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      Golden Gaze Persuades Hydrophobic water molecules were detected at the gold electrode/aqueous electrolyte interface using interface-specific vibrational sum frequency spectroscopy. In their Communication on page 4211 ff., R. K. Campen, Y. Tong et al. explain that the population and structure characteristics of this water type are bias-dependent. The mythological Chinese figure, Sun Wukong, is shown wielding a gold-banded rod with the power to orient OH groups in water toward the gold surface.

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      Inside Back Cover: Surviving High-Temperature Calcination: ZrO2-Induced Hematite Nanotubes for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 15/2017) (page 4361)

      Chengcheng Li, Ang Li, Zhibin Luo, Jijie Zhang, Xiaoxia Chang, Zhiqi Huang, Dr. Tuo Wang and Prof. Dr. Jinlong Gong

      Version of Record online: 10 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201702266

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      Fe2O3 nanotubes show extraordinary electrical, optical, and magnetic properties. While high-temperature calcination (HTC) is a key technique to produce high-crystallinity materials, it causes structural damage to nanotube arrays. In their Communication on page 4150 ff., T. Wang, J. Gong et al. present a method for fabricating HTC-resistant Fe2O3 nanotube arrays as photoanodes for water splitting. A ZrO2 shell is deposited onto hydrothermal FeOOH nanorods by atomic layer deposition, and a subsequent high-temperature solid-state reaction produces Zr-decorated Fe2O3 nanotubes.

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      Back Cover: Divalent Thulium Triflate: A Structural and Spectroscopic Study (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 15/2017) (page 4362)

      Mathieu Xémard, Arnaud Jaoul, Marie Cordier, Florian Molton, Dr. Olivier Cador, Dr. Boris Le Guennic, Dr. Carole Duboc, Dr. Olivier Maury, Dr. Carine Clavaguéra and Dr. Grégory Nocton

      Version of Record online: 8 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201702038

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      Divalent thulium complexes have great potential in reductive organic chemistry and for small-molecule transformations. Nonetheless, they are rare and hard to synthesize, thus their electronic structure is almost unexplored. In their Communication on page 4266 ff., G. Nocton et al. present a first step to the discovery of the submerged part of the iceberg, through unravelling the ground-state nature of divalent thulium triflate by means of luminescence, magnetism, and EPR spectroscopy.

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      Frontispiece: Ultrathin Covalently Bound Organic Layers on Mica: Formation of Atomically Flat Biofunctionalizable Surfaces

      Rickdeb Sen, Digvijay Gahtory, Rui Rijo Carvalho, Bauke Albada, Floris L. van Delft and Prof. Dr. Han Zuilhof

      Version of Record online: 28 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201781561

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      Surface ChemistryIn their Communication on page 4130 ff., H. Zuilhof et al. report the facile and covalent modification of mica by using a catechol-based surface anchor with a flexibly linked amino group.

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      Scholarly Integrity (pages 4070–4071)

      Prof. Joseph S. Francisco, Prof. Dr. Ulrike Hahn and Prof. Dr. Helmut Schwarz

      Version of Record online: 22 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700613

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      … Scholarly integrity is not only the foundational bedrock of scientific inquiry, it is also the prerequisite for a positive image of scholarship … For individuals, integrity is an aspect of moral character and experience. For institutions, it is about creating an environment that promotes responsible conduct … In the first instance, research institutions must provide guidelines and codes of practice on scholarly integrity …” Read more in the Editorial by J. S. Francisco, U. Hahn, and H. Schwarz.

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    1. Ken Tanaka (pages 4094–4095)

      Version of Record online: 28 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701174

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      “My favorite drinks are coffee and beer. I admire my previous supervisors ...” This and more about Ken Tanaka can be found on page 4094.

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    1. Photocatalysis. Volumes 1 (Fundamentals and Perspectives) and 2 (Applications). Edited by Jenny Schneider, Detlef Bahnemann, Jinhua Ye, Gianluca Li Puma, and Dionysios D. Dionysiou. (page 4097)

      Richard Douthwaite

      Version of Record online: 6 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701842

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      RSC Publishing, Cambridge 2016. 936 pp., hardcover, £ 300.00.—ISBN 978-1782627142

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    1. Bioisosteres

      Sulfonimidamides in Medicinal and Agricultural Chemistry (pages 4100–4109)

      Dr. Praveen K. Chinthakindi, Dr. Tricia Naicker, Dr. Niranjan Thota, Prof. Thavendran Govender, Prof. Hendrik G. Kruger and Prof. Dr. Per I. Arvidsson

      Version of Record online: 23 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201610456

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      Gaining momentum: Sulfonimidamides are receiving increasing attention as bioisosteres of sulfonamides and as an important functional group in the design of pharmacologically active compounds. In this Minireview, medicinal and agricultural applications of this pharmacophore are summarized and discussed.

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    1. Enzyme Mechanisms

      Metal Fluorides as Analogues for Studies on Phosphoryl Transfer Enzymes (pages 4110–4128)

      Dr. Yi Jin, Prof. Dr. Nigel G. Richards, Prof. Dr. Jonathan P. Waltho and Prof. Dr. G. Michael Blackburn

      Version of Record online: 21 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201606474

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      State of play: Metal fluoride complexes are superb analogues of the phosphoryl group, PO3. They freeze the clock at the transition state for phosphoryl transfer, thus enabling crystallography, NMR spectroscopy, and computation to explore how hydrogen-bond networks provide a core for enzyme catalysis, and enable orbital overlap for GTPase activity.

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    1. Surface Chemistry | Hot Paper

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      Ultrathin Covalently Bound Organic Layers on Mica: Formation of Atomically Flat Biofunctionalizable Surfaces (pages 4130–4134)

      Rickdeb Sen, Digvijay Gahtory, Rui Rijo Carvalho, Bauke Albada, Floris L. van Delft and Prof. Dr. Han Zuilhof

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701301

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      Catechol-based thin films: The facile and covalent modification of mica is reported using a catechol-based surface anchor with a flexibly linked amino group. Robustly bound, low-roughness, and ultrathin amine-terminated layers are obtained. This approach makes possible highly flexible surface modifications using metal-free click reactions.

    2. Tandem Reactions

      Asymmetric Hydrogenation of In Situ Generated Isochromenylium Intermediates by Copper/Ruthenium Tandem Catalysis (pages 4135–4139)

      Tingting Miao, Zi-You Tian, Yan-Mei He, Fei Chen, Ya Chen, Prof. Dr. Zhi-Xiang Yu and Prof. Dr. Qing-Hua Fan

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611291

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      Two metal catalysts: The title reaction is catalyzed by a binary system based on Cu(OTf)2 and a chiral ruthenium–diamine complex. A range of chiral 1H-isochromenes were obtained in high yields with good to excellent enantioselectivities, and were easily transformed into isochromanes.

    3. Metabolite Analysis

      Combined Analysis of NMR and MS Spectra (CANMS) (pages 4140–4144)

      Mei Chong, Anusha Jayaraman, Silvia Marin, Vitaly Selivanov, Pedro R. de Atauri Carulla, Daniel A. Tennant, Marta Cascante, Ulrich L. Günther and Christian Ludwig

      Version of Record online: 8 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611634

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      Complexity is no longer a problem: A model-free isotopomer analysis of 13C-enriched biological cell extracts has been developed. The combination of NMR and MS data in a single analysis enables a highly specific and accurate determination of 13C isotopomers from a complex mixture of metabolites, which can be used for the interpretation of metabolic pathways.

    4. Self-Assembly | Hot Paper

      Programmable Nanoassemblies from Non-Assembling Homopolymers Using Ad Hoc Electrostatic Interactions (pages 4145–4149)

      Dr. Jiaming Zhuang, Matteo Garzoni, Dr. Diego Amado Torres, Dr. Ambata Poe, Dr. Giovanni M. Pavan and Prof. Dr. S. Thayumanavan

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611688

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      Multivalent counterions can be utilized to transform a non-assembling homopolymer into a programmable nanoassembly with tunable interfacial and transport properties. The counterions temporarily perturb the packing features of the ionic groups in the homopolymer, which results in vesicle-like structures.

    5. Photoanodes

      Surviving High-Temperature Calcination: ZrO2-Induced Hematite Nanotubes for Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation (pages 4150–4155)

      Chengcheng Li, Ang Li, Zhibin Luo, Jijie Zhang, Xiaoxia Chang, Zhiqi Huang, Dr. Tuo Wang and Prof. Dr. Jinlong Gong

      Version of Record online: 21 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611330

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      Survival training: Hematite nanotube arrays (Fe2O3-NTs) surviving high-temperature calcination were prepared by a solid-state reaction between an FeOOH nanorod core and a ZrO2 shell. Their greatly improved photoelectrochemical water oxidation performance originates from their nanostructured morphology and shortened charge collection distance (see picture; W=depletion layer width).

    6. Synthetic Methods

      Enantioselective Palladium-Catalyzed Carbene Insertion into the N−H Bonds of Aromatic Heterocycles (pages 4156–4159)

      Vanessa Arredondo, Stanley C. Hiew, Eugene S. Gutman, Ilandari Dewage Udara Anulal Premachandra and Dr. David L. Van Vranken

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611845

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      Pharmacophores made easy: Palladium catalyzes the insertion of α-arylester carbene ligands into the N−H bonds of heterocycles to afford α-(N-indolyl)arylesters and α-(N-carbazolyl)arylesters in good yields and up to 99 % ee. The method enables a concise route to the core of a bioactive carbazole derivative.

    7. Perovskite Nanocrystals

      Composition-Dependent Hot Carrier Relaxation Dynamics in Cesium Lead Halide (CsPbX3, X=Br and I) Perovskite Nanocrystals (pages 4160–4164)

      Heejae Chung, Seok Il Jung, Hyo Jin Kim, Wonhee Cha, Prof. Dr. Eunji Sim, Prof. Dr. Dongho Kim, Dr. Weon-Kyu Koh and Prof. Dr. Jiwon Kim

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611916

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      Significant dependence of the hot-carrier relaxation rate on the halide (Br, I, or their mixture) is mainly attributable to the density of states for holes in the valence band of CsPbX3 nanocrystals. The hot-carrier relaxation rate is observed to decrease from CsPbBr3 to CsPbI3 NC. VB=valence band, CB=conduction band.

    8. Biosensors

      Real-Time In Vivo Hepatotoxicity Monitoring through Chromophore-Conjugated Photon-Upconverting Nanoprobes (pages 4165–4169)

      Dr. Juanjuan Peng, Dr. Animesh Samanta, Xiao Zeng, Dr. Sanyang Han, Lu Wang, Dr. Dongdong Su, Dr. Daniel Teh Boon Loong, Dr. Nam-Young Kang, Dr. Sung-Jin Park, Prof. Angelo Homayoun All, Wenxuan Jiang, Prof. Lin Yuan, Prof. Xiaogang Liu and Prof. Young-Tae Chang

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612020

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      Drug toxicity: A chromophore-conjugated photon-upconverting nanoprobe was developed for rapid and sensitive detection of the peroxynitrite anion ONOO in aqueous solution. The nanoprobe was used for real-time monitoring of the hepatotoxicity of synthetic drugs in living animals.

    9. Nanotechnology

      Rationally Designed Carbon Nanodots towards Pure White-Light Emission (pages 4170–4173)

      Francesca Arcudi, Dr. Luka Đorđević and Prof. Maurizio Prato

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612160

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      White light to lighten up my dots: A rational bottom-up synthesis of carbon nanodots with tunable emission is reported. By an appropriate choice and ratio of organic chromophores, carbon dots that emit across the entire visible spectrum and, thus, give white light are obtained. The approach to fabricating this novel material, as well as its characterization, is discussed.

    10. O2 Adsorption | Very Important Paper

      Dynamics of O2 Chemisorption on a Flat Platinum Surface Probed by an Alignment-Controlled O2 Beam (pages 4174–4177)

      Dr. Hirokazu Ueta and Dr. Mitsunori Kurahashi

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612281

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      Steric effect in O2 chemisorption: The O2 adsorption process on a platinum surface strongly depends on the alignment of an impinging O2 molecule. The origin of low sticking probability at low incident energies and its nearly energy-independent behavior at high energies observed previously by a non-state-resolved experiment, can be accounted for by the different adsorption and scattering processes of parallel and perpendicular O2 molecules.

    11. Coordination Compounds

      Equatorial Ligand Perturbations Influence the Reactivity of Manganese(IV)-Oxo Complexes (pages 4178–4182)

      Allyssa A. Massie, Melissa C. Denler, Luísa Thiara Cardoso, Ashlie N. Walker, M. Kamal Hossain, Dr. Victor W. Day, Prof. Dr. Ebbe Nordlander and Prof. Dr. Timothy A. Jackson

      Version of Record online: 16 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612309

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      Weaker field, higher rate: Perturbations in the equatorial ligand field of a series of MnIV-oxo complexes shifts the energy of a 4E excited state that has been proposed to mediate hydrogen and oxygen atom transfer reactions. The experimental 4E energy is correlated with reaction rate enhancements.

    12. Alkyne Aminoarylation

      Metal-Free Intermolecular Aminoarylation of Alkynes (pages 4183–4186)

      Pauline T. G. Rabet, Scott Boyd and Prof. Michael F. Greaney

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612445

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      Metal-free and with a traceless linker: Aminoarylation of alkynes can be achieved using a tandem conjugate addition/Smiles rearrangement involving aryl and heteroaryl sulfonamides. These readily available reagents provide amine and aryl components with the SO2 group acting as a traceless linker.

    13. Gas-Phase Reactions | Very Important Paper

      Formation of Gas-Phase Formate in Thermal Reactions of Carbon Dioxide with Diatomic Iron Hydride Anions (pages 4187–4191)

      Li-Xue Jiang, Chongyang Zhao, Dr. Xiao-Na Li, Prof. Hui Chen and Prof. Sheng-Gui He

      Version of Record online: 27 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611483

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      The formate anion, HCO2, was identified in the reaction of CO2 with the metal hydride FeH. The FeH anions were produced by laser ablation, and the reaction with CO2 was analyzed by mass spectrometry and quantum-chemical calculations. The formation of gas-phase HCO2 was predicted to proceed by facile hydride transfer.

    14. Protein NMR

      Structure of the Complex between a Heparan Sulfate Octasaccharide and Mycobacterial Heparin-Binding Hemagglutinin (pages 4192–4196)

      Dr. Teng-Yi Huang, Dr. Deli Irene, Dr. Medel Manuel L. Zulueta, Tzu-Jui Tai, Shih-Han Lain, Dr. Cheng-Po Cheng, Dr. Ping-Xi Tsai, Dr. Shu-Yi Lin, Dr. Zhi-Geng Chen, Chiao-Chu Ku, Prof. Dr. Chwan-Deng Hsiao, Prof. Dr. Chia-Lin Chyan and Prof. Dr. Shang-Cheng Hung

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612518

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      Clearly labeled: The structure of the complex between heparan sulfate and the mycobacterial heparin-binding hemagglutinin was characterized by NMR spectroscopy using uniformly 13C- and 15N-labeled forms of the sugar and protein. Notable chemical-shift perturbations occurred at the C-terminal residues of the protein. Molecular dynamics simulations based on the NMR data show electrostatic and hydrophobic interactions between the binding partners.

    15. Fluorescent Probes

      Chemoselective Alteration of Fluorophore Scaffolds as a Strategy for the Development of Ratiometric Chemodosimeters (pages 4197–4200)

      Xinqi Zhou, Lauren Lesiak, Rui Lai, Dr. Jon R. Beck, Dr. Jia Zhao, Prof. Dr. Christian G. Elowsky, Prof. Dr. Hui Li and Prof. Dr. Cliff I. Stains

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612628

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      Ratiometric sensors: A novel method for designing ratiometric sensors termed chemoselective alteration of fluorophore scaffolds (CAFS) is disclosed. Two proof-of-concept hydrogen peroxide sensors with large excitation and emission shifts (≥66 nm) were obtained by using this approach.

    16. Carbenes

      Construction of Fused Pyrrolidines and β-Lactones by Carbene-Catalyzed C−N, C−C, and C−O Bond Formations (pages 4201–4205)

      Xingxing Wu, Lin Hao, Yuexia Zhang, Maiti Rakesh, Rambabu N. Reddi, Prof. Dr. Song Yang, Prof. Dr. Bao-An Song and Prof. Dr. Yonggui Robin Chi

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700045

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      Fused: The challenging intermolecular addition of a nitrogen nucleophile to a catalytically generated unsaturated acyl azolium intermediate provides a highly efficient method for asymmetric access to pyrrolidine-fused β-lactones. The unique bicyclic β-lactone structure, bearing three contiguous stereogenic centers, is readily transformed into useful functional molecules such as amino catalysts. NHC= N-heterocyclic carbene.

    17. Water Splitting

      Noble-Metal-Free Janus-like Structures by Cation Exchange for Z-Scheme Photocatalytic Water Splitting under Broadband Light Irradiation (pages 4206–4210)

      Qichen Yuan, Dong Liu, Ning Zhang, Dr. Wei Ye, Dr. Huanxin Ju, Lei Shi, Dr. Ran Long, Prof. Junfa Zhu and Prof. Yujie Xiong

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700150

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      Janus-like structures consisting of γ-MnS and Cu7S4 with high-quality interfaces were obtained by facile cation exchange. The hybrid structures exhibit broadband light absorption and improved charge separation, which led to a hydrogen production rate of 718 μmol g−1 h−1 under full-spectrum irradiation.

    18. Electrochemical Interfaces | Very Important Paper

      Hydrophobic Water Probed Experimentally at the Gold Electrode/Aqueous Interface (pages 4211–4214)

      Dr. Yujin Tong, Dr. François Lapointe, Dr. Martin Thämer, Prof. Dr. Martin Wolf and Dr. R. Kramer Campen

      Version of Record online: 16 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612183

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      A population of water molecules with one OH pointing away from bulk liquid (that is, hydrophobic water) are characterized at the gold electrode/aqueous electrolyte interface using interface-specific vibrational sum frequency spectroscopy (VSF). This type of interfacial water disappears on oxidation of the gold electrode. At potentials below gold oxidation, its structure is bias-dependent.

    19. Bioinorganic Chemistry | Hot Paper

      Regimes of Biomolecular Ultrasmall Nanoparticle Interactions (pages 4215–4218)

      Dr. Luca Boselli, Ester Polo, Valentina Castagnola and Prof. Kenneth A. Dawson

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700343

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      Ultrasmall nanoparticles were synthesized to study size and ligand effects on the formation of the protein corona. The interactions of the ultrasmall nanoparticles in a relevant biological milieu were investigated, opening up the possibility to systematically link these observations to microscopic molecular principles.

    20. Phosphorus and Silicon Compounds

      An Electrophilic Carbene-Anchored Silylene–Phosphinidene (pages 4219–4223)

      Dr. Subrata Kundu, Bin Li, Johannes Kretsch, Dr. Regine Herbst-Irmer, Dr. Diego M. Andrada, Prof. Gernot Frenking, Prof. Dietmar Stalke and Prof. Herbert W. Roesky

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700420

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      SiP-ping success: A cyclic alkyl(amino) carbene-anchored silylene–phosphinidene is isolated as L−Si−P(:cAAC−Me) (L=benzamidinate) at room temperature. This is the first molecular example of a silylene–phosphinidene characterized by single-crystal X-ray structural analysis. 1H, 31P, and 29Si NMR spectroscopy support the existence of this molecule. Theoretical calculations provide further insights into the bonding situation.

    21. Bioadhesives

      A Moldable Nanocomposite Hydrogel Composed of a Mussel-Inspired Polymer and a Nanosilicate as a Fit-to-Shape Tissue Sealant (pages 4224–4228)

      Dr. Yuan Liu, Dr. Hao Meng, Zichen Qian, Dr. Ni Fan, Wonyoung Choi, Dr. Feng Zhao and Dr. Bruce P. Lee

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700628

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      Hugs tight, holds tight: A moldable nanocomposite hydrogel was developed by combining a mussel-inspired polymer and a nanosilicate. The hydrogel is remoldable, injectable, and able to adhere to tissue with a convex contour (see picture).

    22. Base-Metal Catalysis | Hot Paper

      Manganese-Catalyzed N-Formylation of Amines by Methanol Liberating H2: A Catalytic and Mechanistic Study (pages 4229–4233)

      Dr. Subrata Chakraborty, Dr. Urs Gellrich, Dr. Yael Diskin-Posner, Dr. Gregory Leitus, Dr. Liat Avram and Prof. Dr. David Milstein

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700681

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      Back to basics: An acceptorless dehydrogenative coupling of methanol and amines to form formamides that is catalyzed by a well-defined manganese pincer complex (see scheme) is reported. Mechanistic insight based on the observation of an intermediate and density functional calculations is also provided.

    23. Virus–Host Interactions

      Precise Photoremovable Perturbation of a Virus–Host Interaction (pages 4234–4237)

      Sarah B. Erickson, Dr. Raja Mukherjee, Rachel E. Kelemen, Chester J. J. Wrobel, Xiaofu Cao and Prof. Abhishek Chatterjee

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700683

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      Precise perturbation of a specific molecular interaction between adeno-associated virus and its host cell using a chemical strategy is described. The perturbation can be rapidly reversed by light. This general strategy can pause the virus entry process and then restart it rapidly with a non-invasive stimulus.

    24. Ion Transport

      A Dimeric Bis(melamine)-Substituted Bispidine for Efficient Transmembrane H+/Cl Cotransport (pages 4238–4242)

      Sopan Valiba Shinde and Dr. Pinaki Talukdar

      Version of Record online: 9 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700803

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      A pH-gated dimer of bis(melamine)-substituted bispidine is reported (see picture). It is an efficient cotransporter of H+/Cl across the lipid bilayer membrane.

    25. Charge Transfer

      Successive Charge Transitions of Unusually High-Valence Fe3.5+: Charge Disproportionation and Intermetallic Charge Transfer (pages 4243–4246)

      Dr. Yoshiteru Hosaka, Dr. Fabio Denis Romero, Dr. Noriya Ichikawa, Prof. Dr. Takashi Saito and Prof. Dr. Yuichi Shimakawa

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700881

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      A high achiever under pressure: A perovskite-structure oxide containing unusually high-valence Fe3.5+ was obtained by high-pressure synthesis. Instability of the Fe3.5+ in Ca0.5Bi0.5FeO3 is relieved first by charge disproportionation at 250 K and then by intermetallic charge transfer between A-site Bi and B-site Fe at 200 K.

    26. Hydrogen Evolution

      A Nickel Dithiolate Water Reduction Catalyst Providing Ligand-Based Proton-Coupled Electron-Transfer Pathways (pages 4247–4251)

      Keita Koshiba, Dr. Kosei Yamauchi and Prof. Ken Sakai

      Version of Record online: 9 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700927

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      Out on a ligand: A nickel pyrazinedithiolate complex is an efficient molecular catalyst for H2 evolution from water. Using it H2-evolution proceeds via the ligand-based proton-coupled electron-transfer (PCET) pathways without forming low-valent nickel species.

    27. Hybrid Materials | Very Important Paper

      Ultrathin Two-Dimensional Organic–Inorganic Hybrid Perovskite Nanosheets with Bright, Tunable Photoluminescence and High Stability (pages 4252–4255)

      Dr. Shuang Yang, Dr. Wenxin Niu, Dr. An-Liang Wang, Dr. Zhanxi Fan, Dr. Bo Chen, Dr. Chaoliang Tan, Dr. Qipeng Lu and Prof. Hua Zhang

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701134

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      Ultrathin perovskite nanosheets: Single- and few-layer free-standing phenylethylammonium lead halide perovskite nanosheets with controlled lateral sizes were synthesized by a facile and fast crystallization method. These as-prepared nanosheets show bright, tunable light emission (see picture) as well as enhanced stability.

    28. C−H Activation

      Iterative C−H Functionalization Leading to Multiple Amidations of Anilides (pages 4256–4260)

      Juhyeon Park, Jia Lee and Prof. Dr. Sukbok Chang

      Version of Record online: 10 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701138

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      Repeat performance: A ruthenium-catalyzed cascade amidation of multiple C−H bonds of anilide has been developed. By using dioxazolone as amidating reagents, newly installed amide groups serve as an additional directing groups to drive subsequent C−H activation. This reaction provides a simple and mild approach to the preparation of polyaminobenzenes.

    29. O2 Encapsulation

      A Stable, Soluble, and Crystalline Supramolecular System with a Triplet Ground State (pages 4261–4265)

      Tsukasa Futagoishi, Dr. Tomoko Aharen, Prof. Dr. Tatsuhisa Kato, Azusa Kato, Dr. Toshiyuki Ihara, Prof. Dr. Tomofumi Tada, Dr. Michihisa Murata, Prof. Dr. Atsushi Wakamiya, Prof. Dr. Hiroshi Kageyama, Prof. Dr. Yoshihiko Kanemitsu and Prof. Dr. Yasujiro Murata

      Version of Record online: 16 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701212

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      Triplet character: A supramolecular complex was synthesized by the encapsulation of a 3O2 molecule inside an open-cage C60 derivative. The electronic, magnetic, and photophysical measurements revealed that the supramolecular complex is a stable, soluble, and crystalline triplet system with incompatible “high spin density” but “small interspin interaction” properties.

    30. Lanthanide Compounds

      Divalent Thulium Triflate: A Structural and Spectroscopic Study (pages 4266–4271)

      Mathieu Xémard, Arnaud Jaoul, Marie Cordier, Florian Molton, Dr. Olivier Cador, Dr. Boris Le Guennic, Dr. Carole Duboc, Dr. Olivier Maury, Dr. Carine Clavaguéra and Dr. Grégory Nocton

      Version of Record online: 1 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700576

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      Filling the gap: The synthesis of a reactive but yet simple divalent thulium triflate salt allows the first emission studies on molecular divalent thulium that confirm the predicted f13 electronic structure. The first magnetism and X- and Q-band EPR data on a molecular divalent thulium compound show that the ground state is multiconfigurational.

    31. Asymmetric Synthesis

      Asymmetric Grignard Synthesis of Tertiary Alcohols through Rational Ligand Design (pages 4272–4276)

      Dr. Bartosz Bieszczad and Prof. Dr. Declan G. Gilheany

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201610462

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      The road less traveled: A simple, general, direct route for asymmetric Grignard synthesis of tertiary alcohols was facilitated by coordinating tridentate ligands to magnesium. The method was found by rational design and has wide scope; it was applied to a formal asymmetric synthesis of vitamin E.

    32. Tandem Catalysis

      Synthesis of Indoles and Pyrroles Utilizing Iridium Carbenes Generated from Sulfoxonium Ylides (pages 4277–4281)

      Dr. Janakiram Vaitla, Dr. Annette Bayer and Dr. Kathrin H. Hopmann

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201610520

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      Take the shortcut: Substituted indoles and pyrroles, including the densely functionalized pyrrole subunit of atorvastatin, were assembled in one step from sulfoxonium ylides and unmodified anilines or readily accessible enamines through tandem catalysis by [{Ir(cod)Cl}2] and a Brønsted acid under microwave irradiation (see scheme). The transformation involves the formation of an iridium–carbene complex and an unprecedented C−H functionalization step.

    33. Amination

      Catalytic Ester and Amide to Amine Interconversion: Nickel-Catalyzed Decarbonylative Amination of Esters and Amides by C−O and C−C Bond Activation (pages 4282–4285)

      Huifeng Yue, Lin Guo, Hsuan-Hung Liao, Yunfei Cai, Chen Zhu and Prof. Dr. Magnus Rueping

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611819

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      An efficient nickel-catalyzed decarbonylative amination reaction of readily available aryl and heteroaryl esters has been developed. This new amination procedure shows high tolerance towards a variety of aryl and heteroaryl esters, thus providing a practical and versatile access to valuable primary amines. cod=1,5-cyclooctadiene.

    34. Homogeneous Catalysis

      Rh/Cu-Catalyzed Cascade [4+2] Vinylic C−H O-Annulation and Ring Contraction of α-Aryl Enones with Alkynes in Air (pages 4286–4289)

      Yinsong Zhao, Shiqing Li, Xuesong Zheng, Junbin Tang, Zhijie She, Prof. Dr. Ge Gao and Prof. Dr. Jingsong You

      Version of Record online: 9 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612147

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      First rhodium, then copper: An unprecedented cascade reaction consisting of a Rh-catalyzed ketone-directed vinylic C−H [4+2] O-annulation of α,β-enones with alkynes and a subsequent Cu-catalyzed ring contraction in air to form multiaryl-substituted furan derivatives is realized. The pyrylium salt is identified as the key intermediate.

    35. Continuous-Flow Chemistry

      Stereoselective Catalytic Synthesis of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients in Homemade 3D-Printed Mesoreactors (pages 4290–4294)

      Dr. Sergio Rossi, Riccardo Porta, Davide Brenna, Dr. Alessandra Puglisi and Prof. Dr. Maurizio Benaglia

      Version of Record online: 27 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612192

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      Homemade reactors: Stereoselective catalytic reactions were conducted in tunable homemade 3D-printed mesoreactors. This method was applied to the continuous-flow synthesis of biologically active chiral 1,2-amino alcohols in a two-step sequencing combining a nitroaldol reaction and hydrogenation.

    36. Polarizing Agents

      Bis-Gadolinium Complexes for Solid Effect and Cross Effect Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (pages 4295–4299)

      M. Sc. Monu Kaushik, Dr. Mian Qi, Prof. Dr. Adelheid Godt and Dr.-Ing. Björn Corzilius

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612388

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      Poles apart: Bis(Gd-chelate)s are investigated as polarizing agents for dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP). On varying the length of the linker between two chelated GdIII ions, a transition from the solid effect to the cross effect DNP mechanism is observed. The analysis of NMR signal enhancements for 1H, 13C, and 15N sheds light on the distance dependence between two electron spins for the cross effect.

    37. Fluorination

      Activation of SF6 at Platinum Complexes: Formation of SF3 Derivatives and Their Application in Deoxyfluorination Reactions (pages 4300–4304)

      Claudia Berg, Prof. Dr. Thomas Braun, Dr. Mike Ahrens, Philipp Wittwer and Dr. Roy Herrmann

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612417

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      Special eFFects: The activation of SF6 at Pt complexes yields SF3 fluorido complexes which can be used for the fluorination of ketones.

    38. Iron Catalysis

      Redox Self-Adaptation of a Nitrene Transfer Catalyst to the Substrate Needs (pages 4305–4309)

      Dr. Eric Gouré, Dr. Dhurairajan Senthilnathan, Guillaume Coin, Dr. Florian Albrieux, Dr. Frédéric Avenier, Patrick Dubourdeaux, Colette Lebrun, Dr. Pascale Maldivi and Dr. Jean-Marc Latour

      Version of Record online: 15 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612472

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      Self-adaptive catalyst: An efficient diiron catalyst mediates nitrene transfer to sulfides through an FeIV active state but self-activates to FeV when facing aliphatic substrates that are harder to oxidize.

    39. Conjugate Addition

      Alkenyl Isocyanide Conjugate Additions: A Rapid Route to γ-Carbolines (pages 4310–4313)

      Dr. Sergiy V. Chepyshev, Prof.  J. Armando Lujan-Montelongo, Allen Chao and Prof.  Fraser F. Fleming

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612574

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      Conjugate addition of diverse organometallic compounds to sulfonyl-substituted alkenyl isocyanides overcomes the historical challenge of rapidly assembling complex isocyanides that retain the isocyanide functionality. The strategy affords complex isocyanides that are poised for elaboration into heterocycles, as illustrated by the three-step synthesis of N-methyl ingenine B.

    40. Tumor Targeting | Very Important Paper

      Interactions of Renal-Clearable Gold Nanoparticles with Tumor Microenvironments: Vasculature and Acidity Effects (pages 4314–4319)

      Prof. Dr. Mengxiao Yu, Dr. Chen Zhou, Prof. Dr. Li Liu, Dr. Shanrong Zhang, Dr. Shasha Sun, Julia D. Hankins, Prof. Dr. Xiankai Sun and Prof. Dr. Jie Zheng

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201612647

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      The accumulation of ultrasmall renal-clearable gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) with and without acidity targeting was investigated in xenograft mouse models of two prostate cancer types with distinct microenvironments. Both sets of AuNPs can easily penetrate into the tumors, but their uptake and retention are mainly dictated by the tumor microvasculature.

    41. Synthetic Methods

      Tandem Coupling of Azide with Isonitrile and Boronic Acid: Facile Access to Functionalized Amidines (pages 4320–4323)

      Zhen Zhang, Baoliang Huang, Guanyu Qiao, Liu Zhu, Fan Xiao, Feng Chen, Prof. Dr. Bin Fu and Prof. Dr. Zhenhua Zhang

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700539

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      In tandem: A rhodium(I)-catalyzed tandem reaction of readily accessible azides with isonitriles and boronic acids via a carbodiimide intermediate offers an alternative approach towards N-sulfonyl-, N-acyl-, and N-phosphoryl-functionalized as well as general N-aryl and N-alkyl amidines with broad substrate scope. The synthesis of estrone-derived amidine and glibenclamide bioisosteres reveals the practical utility of this strategy.

    42. Zeolites

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      Expansion of the ADOR Strategy for the Synthesis of Zeolites: The Synthesis of IPC-12 from Zeolite UOV (pages 4324–4327)

      Valeryia Kasneryk, Dr. Mariya Shamzhy, Dr. Maksym Opanasenko, Dr. Paul S. Wheatley, Samuel A. Morris, Samantha E. Russell, Alvaro Mayoral, Michal Trachta, Prof. Jiří Čejka and Prof. Russell E. Morris

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700590

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      A germane assembly: The synthesis of a new zeolite IPC-12 using the assembly–disassembly–organization–reassembly (ADOR) transformation of a germanosilicate zeolite with the UOV topology is reported.

    43. Alkyne Hydrosilylation

      Cobalt-Catalyzed Z-Selective Hydrosilylation of Terminal Alkynes (pages 4328–4332)

      Wei Jie Teo, Dr. Chao Wang, Ye Wei Tan and Prof. Dr. Shaozhong Ge

      Version of Record online: 7 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700868

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      Catching some Z’s: A cobalt catalyst, which was generated from bench-stable Co(OAc)2 and a pyridine-2,6-diimine derivative and activated in situ by PhSiH3, promotes the highly regio- and Z-selective hydrosilylation of terminal aromatic and aliphatic alkynes. This reaction tolerates a variety of functional groups such as halide, aldehyde, ketone, ester, amide, cyano, and free hydroxy and amine functionalities.

    44. Main-Group Chemistry

      Unexpected Photodegradation of a Phosphaketenyl-Substituted Germyliumylidene Borate Complex (pages 4333–4336)

      Dr. Yun Xiong, Dr. Shenglai Yao, Dr. Tibor Szilvási, M. Sc. Ernesto Ballestero-Martínez, Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Grützmacher and Prof. Dr. Matthias Driess

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201701337

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      Three birds with one stone: UV irradiation of the PCO-functionalized germyliumylidene 1 supported by a bis-NHC borate (L2) affords the first digermyliumylidene dication complex 2 as the main product through reductive elimination of the PCO group in 1 and subsequent GeI–GeI bond formation. In addition, the unusual 1,3-digermylium-2,4-diphosphacyclobutadiene diborate 3 and the unprecedented bis(germyliumylidenyl)diphosphene diborate 4 are also isolated in low yields.

    45. Photochemistry

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      Brønsted Acid Catalysis in Visible-Light-Induced [2+2] Photocycloaddition Reactions of Enone Dithianes (pages 4337–4341)

      M. Sc. Christoph Brenninger, Dr. Alexander Pöthig and Prof. Dr. Thorsten Bach

      Version of Record online: 20 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201700837

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      Acidic metamorphosis: The photochemically inert enone dithianes 1 are transformed into yellow thionium ions in the presence of Brønsted acid 3. They can consequently be converted into the [2+2] photocycloaddition products 2 in high yields (78–90 %) in an acid-catalyzed process under visible-light irradiation.

    46. Natural Products | Hot Paper

      Long-Chain Alkyl Cyanides: Unprecedented Volatile Compounds Released by Pseudomonas and Micromonospora Bacteria (pages 4342–4346)

      Dr. Diogo Montes Vidal, Dr. Anna-Lena von Rymon-Lipinski, Srinivasa Ravella, Dr. Ulrike Groenhagen, Dr. Jennifer Herrmann, Dr. Nestor Zaburannyi, Prof. Dr. Paulo H. G. Zarbin, Adithi R. Varadarajan, Dr. Christian H. Ahrens, Prof. Dr. Laure Weisskopf, Prof. Dr. Rolf Müller and Prof. Dr. Stefan Schulz

      Version of Record online: 9 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611940

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      A new class of natural products featuring long-chain aliphatic nitriles is produced by Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. Variable chain lengths and degrees of hydration in the fatty acid biosynthesis lead to either unbranched or methyl-branched unsaturated nitriles with an ω−7 or C-3 double bond. Some of these nitriles showed antimicrobial activity, for example, against multiresistant Staphylococcus aureus strains.

    47. Sesquiterpenoids

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      An Efficient Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of Dihydroartemisinic Aldehyde (pages 4347–4350)

      Melodi Demiray, Dr. Xiaoping Tang, Prof. Dr. Thomas Wirth, Dr. Juan A. Faraldos and Prof. Dr. Rudolf K. Allemann

      Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201609557

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      An offering to Artemis: Amorphadiene synthase (ADS) from Artemisia annua can be used to convert 12-hydroxyfarnesyl diphosphate into dihydroartemisinic aldehyde, a direct biosynthetic precursor of the high-value antimalarial drug artemisinin.

    48. Natural Product Synthesis

      Biocatalytic Total Synthesis of Ikarugamycin (pages 4351–4355)

      Christian Greunke, Anna Glöckle, Janine Antosch and Prof. Dr. Tobias A. M. Gulder

      Version of Record online: 27 JAN 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611063

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      Three enzymes in one pot: The total synthesis of the structurally challenging natural product ikarugamycin has been achieved by a biocatalytic approach. The compound is synthesized in a one-pot reaction with only three recombinant enzymes, which install 17 individual bonds and set 8 stereogenic centers highly selectively.

    49. Nanoparticles

      Stabilization of High Oxidation State Upconversion Nanoparticles by N-Heterocyclic Carbenes (pages 4356–4360)

      Nadja Möller, Andreas Rühling, Sebastian Lamping, Tim Hellwig, Prof. Dr. Carsten Fallnich, Prof. Dr. Bart Jan Ravoo and Prof. Dr. Frank Glorius

      Version of Record online: 16 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/anie.201611506

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      Up, up, and carbene: High oxidation state NaYF4:Yb,Tm upconversion nanoparticles (UCNPs) were stabilized by N-heterocyclic carbenes (NHCs) through a ligand-exchange reaction from a well-defined precursor and characterized in detail. The ligands for such nanoparticles require different properties compared to elemental metal nanoparticles. This new photoactive material was employed in reactions of photoresponsive molecules.

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