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- Edward J. Emmett, Michael C. Willis
The Development and Application of Sulfur Dioxide Surrogates in Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Stunt double: The development of nonâ€gaseous sulfur dioxide surrogates has stimulated recent interest in sulfur dioxide chemistry. The result has been the invention of new reactions and catalytic processes leading to valuable sulfonylâ€containing molecules. The surrogates, the reactions and applications are all considered in this Focus Review. [Focus Review]
- Henryk Krawczyk, Marek Dzięgielewski, Dariusz Deredas, Anna Albrecht, Łukasz Albrecht
Chiral Iminophosphoranes—An Emerging Class of Superbase Organocatalysts [Concept]
- Ai-Hua Zhou, Fei Pan, Chunyin Zhu, Long-Wu Ye
Recent Progress towards Transition-Metal-Catalyzed Synthesis of Fluorenes [Minireview]
- Veluru Ramesh Naidu, Shengjun Ni, Johan Franzén
The Carbocation: A Forgotten Lewis Acid Catalyst [Concept]
- Valerio D'Elia, Jérémie D. A. Pelletier, Jean-Marie Basset
Cycloadditions to Epoxides Catalyzed by Group III–V Transition-Metal Complexes [Minireview]
- Eun Ju Kim
The Utilities of Chemical Reactions and Molecular Tools for O-GlcNAc Proteomic Studies [Minireview]
- Helen F. Gleeson, Sarabjot Kaur, Verena Görtz, Abdel Belaissaoui, Stephen Cowling, John W. Goodby
The Nematic Phases of Bent-Core Liquid Crystals [Minireview]
- Mojca Čepič
Systems with Competing Interlayer Interactions and Modulations in One Direction: Finding their Structures [Concept]
July 02, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 28/2015: Nobel Chemistry
In this issue, the 2014 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry discuss their work on single molecules, cells, and super-resolution optics (E. Betzig), nanoscopy with focused light (S. W. Hell) and single-molecule spectroscopy, imaging, and photocontrol (W. E. Moerner). In the same context, M. Orrit points out in his Editorial that single-molecule chemistry is more than superresolved fluorescence microscopy.
In the Communications section, W. Jiang et al. show how to track cancer metastasis in vivo by using a nanosensor (see picture). C. Martínez and K. Muñiz report an iodine-catalyzed Hofmann–Löffler reaction, and J. Greely et al. elucidate pathways for NO electroreduction on Pt(111) surfaces from first principles.
Self-Assembly of molecular Archimedean polyhedra
Chemists truly went back to the drawing board to develop new X-shaped organic building blocks that can be linked together by metal ions to form an Archimedean cuboctahedron. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, the scientists report that by changing the concentration or using different counterions, the cuboctahedron can be reversibly split into two octahedra—an interesting new type of fusion–fission switching process.
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