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This structure represents
a) A thermochromic molecular thermometer
b) A mercuracarborane-based chloride receptor
c) A molecular Rubik's cube.
“My greatest achievement has still not been published ... I hope! My biggest motivation is curiosity ...” This and more about Manuel Alcarazo can be found on page 6358.
Reviews from Our Sister Journals
- Tao Chen, Zhibin Yang, Huisheng Peng
Integrated Devices to Realize Energy Conversion and Storage Simultaneously
Live wire: Novel integrated devices are described for the simultaneous realization of photoelectric conversion and energy storage with an emphasis on a wire format. The wire structure enables unique and promising applications, for example being woven into clothes or other complex flexible equipment by conventional textile technology. [Concept]
- Denys Makarov, Daniil Karnaushenko, Oliver G. Schmidt
Printable Magnetoelectronics [Concept]
- Bruno Therrien
Transporting and Shielding Photosensitisers by Using Water-Soluble Organometallic Cages: A New Strategy in Drug Delivery and Photodynamic Therapy [Concept]
- William T. Spencer III, Tulaza Vaidya, Alison J. Frontier
Beyond the Divinyl Ketone: Innovations in the Generation and Nazarov Cyclization of Pentadienyl Cation Intermediates [Microreview]
- Pengfei Wang
Photolabile Protecting Groups: Structure and Reactivity [Review]
- Naohiko Yoshikai, Ye Wei
Synthesis of Pyrroles, Indoles, and Carbazoles through Transition-Metal-Catalyzed C-H Functionalization [Review]
- Dieter Verzele, Annemieke Madder
Patchwork Protein Chemistry: A Practitioner's Treatise on the Advances in Synthetic Peptide Stitchery [Review]
- Jonathan J. Bryant, Uwe H. F. Bunz
Click To Bind: Metal Sensors [Focus Review]
June 14, 2013
Angewandte Chemie 25/2013: Nobel Lectures 2012
The Reviews in this issue are the Nobel Lectures of the 2012 laureates in chemistry: R. J. Lefkowitz summarizes the history of G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs); B. K. Kobilka describes the structure and signal transduction of GPCRs.
In the Communications section, E. Rivard et al. describe the controlled growth of dichlorogermanium oligomers from Lewis base hosts (see picture). Y. Hasegawa et al. present a chameleon luminophore made from Eu and Tb coordination polymers, which serve as temperature sensors. S. Ott et al. report the X-ray characterization of previously unknown intermediates and thereby elucidate the mechanism of the phospha-Wittig–Horner reaction. I. Paterson et al. succeeded in the total synthesis of (−)-rhizopodin.
Brushes in 3D
Complex three-dimensional polymer brush nanostructures from photopolymerization
Polymer brushes are polymers in which individual polymer chains stand side by side on a surface, causing the chains to stick out like bristles on a brush. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, American scientists have now presented a new simple method for making three-dimensional nanostructures in a controlled fashion from polymer brushes.
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