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“The biggest challenge facing scientists is conformity. Looking back over my career, I remember the excitement of setting up my research laboratory and building my first team ...” This and more about David J. Procter can be found on page 5152.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.2017, 56, No. 19, 5152–5152.
Douglas W. Stephan, Mark Lautens
Celebrating Canadian Chemistry
“… This issue of Angewandte Chemie commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Society for Chemistry. It contains contributions from Canadian and German chemists covering a broad and diverse array of subject areas. We are proud to reflect on the accomplishments of the Canadian chemical community and are excited about what the future holds …”
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. https://doi.org/10.1002/anie.201702437
Reviews from Our Sister Journals
- Sophie Groux-Degroote, Yann Guérardel, Philippe Delannoy
Gangliosides: Structures, Biosynthesis, Analysis, and Roles in Cancer
Gangliosides and cancer therapy: This review summarizes the current knowledge on the structure and biosynthesis of gangliosides. Progress in mass spectrometry analysis of gangliosides means that their role in cancer progression can be now investigated in more detail and this is also discussed, together with the recent development of cancer immunotherapy targeting gangliosides. [Review]
- Aanchal Batra, Paramjit Singh, Kamal Nain Singh
Recent Advances in Functionalization of α-C(sp3)-H Centres in Inactivated Ethers through Cross Dehydrogenative Coupling [Microreview]
- Sampath B. Alahakoon, Christina M. Thompson, Gino Occhialini, Ronald A. Smaldone
Design Principles for Covalent Organic Frameworks in Energy Storage Applications [Minireview]
- Wangze Song, Shuojin Wang, Weiping Tang
De Novo Synthesis of Mono- and Oligosaccharides via Dihydropyran Intermediates [Focus Review]
- Pengfei Yang, Zhepeng Zhang, Jianping Shi, Shaolong Jiang, Yanfeng Zhang
Progress in Controllable Construction and Energy-Related Applications of MX2/Graphene and MX2/MX2 Heterostructures [Focus Review]
- Brian L. Pagenkopf, Naresh Vemula
Cycloadditions of Donor-Acceptor Cyclopropanes and Nitriles [Microreview]
- Jean Le Bras, Jacques Muzart
Dehydrogenative (Hetero)arene Alkoxylations Triggered by PdII-Catalyzed C(sp2)-H Activation and Coordinating Substituent: PdII,III or PdIV Complex as Key Intermediate? [Microreview]
- Mafakher Mahfoudh, Raoudha Abderrahim, Eric Leclerc, Jean-Marc Campagne
Recent Approaches to the Synthesis of Pyrimidine Derivatives [Microreview]
Analytical chemisty has evolved way beyond classical techniques. Learn about recent research from materials and cultural heritage to diagnostics in a virtual issue.
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April 24, 2017
Angewandte Chemie 19/2017: Structural Changes
In this issue, J. Hofkens et al. review methyltransferase-directed labeling of biomolecules and its applications. What efforts have been made toward the development of AdoMet analogues with the aim of transferring moieties other than simple methyl groups? In a Minireview, P. J. Chirik summarizes carbon–carbon bond formation in weak ligand fields, especially the use of open-shell transition-metal cataysts. E. J. M. Hensen et al. and B. F. Chmelka et al. correspond on layered silicates and zeolitic nanosheets vs. non-topotactic transformation of silicate nanolayers into mesostructured zeolite frameworks during crystallization.
In the Communications section, H. A. Lashuel et al. describe how mutant exon 1 huntingtin aggregation is regulated by structural changes and crosstalk (see picture). J. Zhu et al. developed an oxadiazolone strategy for rhodium(III)-catalyzed synthesis of primary pyridinyl amines, and S. Wang et al. found that conjugated polymer nanoparticles augment the photosynthesis of chloroplasts.
All in One Against CO2
Elemental Boron is an effective photothermocatalyst for the conversion of carbon dioxide
A “self-heating” boron catalyst that makes particularly efficient use of sunlight to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) serves as a light harvester, photothermal converter, hydrogen generator, and catalyst in one. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, researchers introduce a photothermocatalytic reaction that requires no additives beyond water. This could form the basis of a new, more efficient process for converting the greenhouse gas CO2 into a useful carbon source for the production of fuels and chemical products.
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