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March 08, 2017
New in 2017: Continuous Publishing
Starting this year, a new workflow for continuous publishing will make final and citable articles available faster.
This is how it works: Articles will be added to a growing ″current issue″ as soon as they are fully edited and ready for online publication. In this way the ″EarlyView″ status is bypassed making final page numbers instantly available. An issue will be opened and continuously filled for approximately four weeks until it is closed and the next issue opens. Exceptions will be articles assigned to specific special issues, papers to be featured on covers of forthcoming issues, and review-type articles.
Benefits include: Final and citable articles are published without waiting until a journal issue is filled, allowing faster citations because researchers can use the complete citation sooner.
Recently Published Articles
- Generation of Aromatic (Dehydro)benzoannulene Dications Stabilized by Platinum Catecholate Complexes
Yoshito Tobe, Kazukuni Tahara, Hiroyoshi Kozuma, Varadhachari Venkatesh, Eri Ryomura, Masayoshi Nakano, Ryohei Kishi, Keigo Nakamachi, Hideaki Takahashi and Hirokazu Miyoshi
Accepted manuscript online: 24 MAR 2017 03:00AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201700018
- Systematic Investigation of Resorcinarene-Based Cavitands as Affinity Materials on Quartz Crystal Microbalances
Dimitrij Ryvlin, Dr. Oliver Dumele, Dr. Alexander Linke, Dr. Daniel Fankhauser, Dr. W. Bernd Schweizer, Prof. Dr. François Diederich and Prof. Dr. Siegfried R. Waldvogel
Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201700077
Cavitand sensors: In a systematic approach, different resorcinarene-based cavitands and container molecules and their supramolecular properties are investigated through gravimetric sensing with high-fundamental-frequency quartz crystal microbalances (HFF-QCMs). The characteristics of the voids are essential for their performance as affinity materials in sensor applications (see figure).
- Core-Substituted Naphthalene Diimides: Influence of Substituent Conformation on Strong Visible Absorption
Samuel Quinn, Dr. E. Stephen Davies, Dr. Constance R. Pfeiffer, Dr. William Lewis, Dr. Jonathan McMaster and Prof. Neil R. Champness
Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201700059
“Plane” cooking: The strong absorbance of amine-substituted naphthalene diimide (NDI) chromophores is determined by the relative orientation of the amine with respect to the aromatic core and not solely by the degree of substitution (see figure).
- Bicyclo[6.3.0]undeca-1(11),2,4,6,8-pentaen-10-ylidene: An Aromatic Carbene with Ambiphilic Properties
Hiroyuki Ishikawa, Prof. Jun-ichi Nishida, Dr. John W. Jones Jr., Prof. Lawrence T. Scott and Prof. Takeshi Kawase
Version of Record online: 22 MAR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201700069
Goes both ways: A carbene was generated by photodecomposition of the corresponding diazo compound. The carbene reacts with benzene in an electrophilic manner and with methanol in a nucleophilic manner, respectively (see scheme). The reaction with methanol generates a heretofore unknown cationic species as a reactive intermediate.
- Building up colors: multilayered arrays of peryleneimides on flat surfaces and on mesoporous layers.
Lijo George, Elena Efimova, Essi Sariola-Leikas, Kimmo Lahtonen, Mika Valden, Paola Vivo, Hanna Hakola, Arto Hiltunen and Alexander Efimov
Accepted manuscript online: 21 MAR 2017 12:20PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201700061