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Nucleophilic and Electrophilic Activation of Non-Heteroaromatic Amides in Atom-Economical Asymmetric Catalysis
Inactive no longer: Among carbonyl compounds, amides have received limited attention in catalytic asymmetric transformations mainly due to their lower reactivity. Recent advances in asymmetric catalysis have rendered amides more amenable to enantioselective reactions with perfect atom economy, producing synthetically useful chiral building blocks. [Minireview]
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Highly Efficient Photocatalysts and Continuous-Flow Photocatalytic Reactors for Degradation of Organic Pollutants in Wastewater [Focus Review]
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High-Performance Polymers for Membrane CO2/N2 Separation [Concept]
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August 17, 2016
News: Ryoji Noyori Prize for Larry E. Overman / Mukaiyama Award for M. Christina White and Hideki Yorimitsu / van't Hoff Prize for Klaus Kern and Christof Wöll / J. Justin Gooding Elected to the Australian Academy of Science / Liebig Memorial Medal for Markus Antonietti / Hermann Staudinger Prize for Klaus Müllen / Reimund Stadler Prize for Michael Sommer and Frederik H. Wurm
How Did the Phosphate Get into RNA?
Urea as one of the essential components in Darwin’s "warm little pond"
The phosphate ion is almost insoluble and is one of the most inactive of Earth's most abundant phosphate minerals. So how could phosphate have originally been incorporated into ribonucleotides, the building blocks of RNA, which are considered to be among the earliest constituents of life? American and Spanish scientists have now identified reasonable conditions to mobilize phosphate from insoluble apatite minerals for prebiotic organophosphate synthesis, including ribonucleotides. The pivotal role of urea in this process is also described in their article in the journal Angewandte Chemie.
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