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We present a selection of articles from the history of Angewandte in form of a quiz. Enjoy!
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This structure represents
a) A thermochromic molecular thermometer
b) A mercuracarborane-based chloride receptor
c) A molecular Rubik's cube.
“I chose chemistry as a career because it is so beautiful and yet still mysterious. I decided to be a chemist when I was 10 years old and I have never to this day regretted that rather early decision. I would not want to use whatever luck I might have for the lottery but rather would like to use it for my work in chemistry ...” This and more about Hisashi Yamamoto can be found on page 5678.
Reviews from Our Sister Journals
- Gabriel Fischer, Ralf Schirrmacher, Björn Wängler, Carmen Wängler
Radiolabeled Heterobivalent Peptidic Ligands: an Approach with High Future Potential for in vivo Imaging and Therapy of Malignant Diseases
Two-pronged synergism: We review the recently developed approach of using heterobivalent peptide ligands that interact concomitantly with different receptors on tumor cells. These ligands exhibit highly favorable tumor-targeting properties and pave the way for the development of drugs for specific, sensitive, and noninvasive tumor imaging and therapy. [Minireview]
- Moon Sung Kang, C. Daniel Frisbie
A Pedagogical Perspective on Ambipolar FETs [Concept]
- Karen Hemelsoet, Jeroen Van der Mynsbrugge, Kristof De Wispelaere, Michel Waroquier, Veronique Van Speybroeck
Unraveling the Reaction Mechanisms Governing Methanol-to-Olefins Catalysis by Theory and Experiment [Review]
- Agnieszka Bartoszewicz, Nanna Ahlsten, Belén Martín-Matute
Enantioselective Synthesis of Alcohols and Amines by Iridium-Catalyzed Hydrogenation, Transfer Hydrogenation, and Related Processes [Review]
- Jinho Kim, Hyun Jin Kim, Sukbok Chang
Synthetic Uses of Ammonia in Transition-Metal Catalysis [Microreview]
- Mingfei Shao, Min Wei, David G. Evans, Xue Duan
Hierarchical Structures Based on Functionalized Magnetic Cores and Layered Double-Hydroxide Shells: Concept, Controlled Synthesis, and Applications [Concept]
- Misal Giuseppe Memeo, Paolo Quadrelli
Iminium Ions as Dienophiles in Aza-Diels–Alder Reactions: A Closer Look [Review]
- Kun Dong, Suojiang Zhang
Hydrogen Bonds: A Structural Insight into Ionic Liquids [Minireview]
April 24, 2013
Angewandte's list of most cited articles has been updated. The new list covers articles published in 2010/11 and was generated from Thomson–Reuters Web of Knowledge. There are separate lists for Communications and all article types. Interestingly, there seems to be little overlap between highly cited and highly downloaded articles.
A Magic Process
A Bottom-up process for making dodecane-in-water nanoemulsions
A new process for generating nanometer-scale oil droplets in water has been reported in the journal Angewandte Chemie by Japanese researchers, who have developed a technique they named MAGIQ (monodisperse nanodroplet generation in quenched hydrothermal solution). Under standard conditions, hydrocarbons and water do not mix; however, at high temperatures and high pressures near the critical point of water, they freely mix. Quenching homogeneous solutions of dodecane and water under these conditions in the presence of a detergent produces nanoemulsions in just ten seconds.
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