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“When I was eighteen I wanted to be an inventor. I advise my students to be open-minded and never stop questioning. ...” This and more about Jose Luis Mascareñas can be found on page 10710.
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- Jacques Muzart
Pd-Catalyzed Hydrogen-Transfer Reactions from Alcohols to C=C, C=O, and C=N Bonds
Highlights and mechanisms of Pdâ€catalyzed abstracting and borrowing hydrogen transfers from alcohols are presented. [Microreview]
- Suxia Liang, Ce Hao, Yantao Shi
The Power of Single-Atom Catalysis [Concept]
- Junfeng Xie, Yi Xie
Structural Engineering of Electrocatalysts for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction: Order or Disorder? [Minireview]
- Haruro Ishitani, Hirotsugu Suzuki, Yuki Saito, Yasuhiro Yamashita, Shū Kobayashi
Hafnium Trifluoromethanesulfonate [Hf(OTf)4] as a Unique Lewis Acid in Organic Synthesis [Microreview]
- Chengjun Pan, Chunhui Zhao, Masayuki Takeuchi, Kazunori Sugiyasu
Conjugated Oligomers and Polymers Sheathed with Designer Side Chains [Focus Review]
- Wenlei Zhai, Xiaolong Sun, Tony D. James, John S. Fossey
Boronic Acid-Based Carbohydrate Sensing [Focus Review]
- Pankaj Mishra, Senthil R. Ayyannan, Gautam Panda
Perspectives on Inhibiting β-Amyloid Aggregation through Structure-Based Drug Design [Minireview]
- Marie-Charlotte Belhomme, Tatiana Besset, Thomas Poisson, Xavier Pannecoucke
Recent Progress toward the Introduction of Functionalized Difluoromethylated Building Blocks onto C(sp2) and C(sp) Centers [Minireview]
September 02, 2015
Angewandte Chemie 37/2015: Fine Control
In this issue, M. Prato et al. review the covalent functionalization of graphene on substrates. How can chemical structures and bandgaps be fine-tuned for electronic applications? In a Minireview, T. Wang and J. Gong discuss single-crystal semiconductors for water splitting. The Highlight deals with N6-methyladenine in eukaryotic genomes (D. Summerer). In his Editorial, S. Kitagawa reflects on porous materials and the age of gas.
In the Communications section, X. Zou et al. demonstrate how coupling Mo2C with nitrogen-rich nanocarbon leads to efficient electrocatalytic sites for hydrogen evolution (see picture). F. Jäkle et al. report on a versatile and facile access to unconstrained conjugated organoborane macrocycles. K. J. M. Bishop et al. explain how amphiphilic nanoparticles control the growth and stability of lipid bilayers with open edges. S. Gianni et al. establish that frustration sculpts the early stages of protein folding.
A Future without Cleaning
Transparent and durable: fluorine-free anti-smudge polyurethane coatings
Self-cleaning windows, stain-resistant automobile interiors, graffiti-proof walls—there is a long list of things that we wish could have a surface to which dirt wouldn’t stick. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, Canadian scientists have now introduced a new method for producing transparent, smudge-resistant coatings resistant to both water- and oil-soluble contaminants. In contrast to previous approaches, this method does not use fluorinated substances, which makes the coatings both significantly less expensive and more environmentally friendly.
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