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- Patricio Ramirez, Javier Cervera, Mubarak Ali, Wolfgang Ensinger, Salvador Mafe
Logic Functions with Stimuli-Responsive Single Nanopores
Porefection: Electrochemical transducers based on single stimuli-responsive polymeric nanopores can support a complete set of logic functions. Thermal, chemical, electrical, and optical stimuli are the input signals required to externally tune the pore conductance (i.e. the logical output). [Concept]
- Yang Liu, Sulin Zhang, Ting Zhu
Germanium-Based Electrode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries [Concept]
- Suqing Zheng, Casi M. Schienebeck, Wei Zhang, Hao-Yuan Wang, Weiping Tang
Cinchona Alkaloids as Organocatalysts in Enantioselective Halofunctionalization of Alkenes and Alkynes [Focus Review]
- Riccardo Salvio, Mauro Moliterno, Marco Bella
Alkynes in Organocatalysis [Focus Review]
- Manabu Hatano, Kazuaki Ishihara
Chiral 1,1'-Binaphthyl-2,2'-Disulfonic Acid (BINSA) and Its Derivatives for Asymmetric Catalysis [Focus Review]
- Katherine Lawrence, Charlotte L. Baker, Tony D. James, Steven D. Bull, Ruth Lawrence, John M. Mitchels, Marcin Opallo, Omotayo A. Arotiba, Kenneth I. Ozoemena, Frank Marken
Functionalized Carbon Nanoparticles, Blacks and Soots as Electron-Transfer Building Blocks and Conduits [Focus Review]
- Monika Stolar, Thomas Baumgartner
Phosphorus-Containing Materials for Organic Electronics [Focus Review]
- Plato A. Magriotis
Progress in Asymmetric Organocatalytic Synthesis of β-Lactams [Microreview]
February 01, 2014
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Multifunctional microcapsules made from metals and tannic acid
Microcapsules with a broad spectrum of applications in biomedicine, catalysis, and technology can be produced by using plant-derived, phenolic tannic acid and a variety of metals. The capsules are formed by a simple self-assembly process, and their properties can be controlled through the choice of metal, as demonstrated by a team of Australian and German researchers in the journal Angewandte Chemie.
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