Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Managing Editor: Richard Threlfall; Editorial Board Chairs: Sung Ho Kang, Keiji Maruoka, Deqing Zhang

Impact Factor: 2.292

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 27/58 (Chemistry Organic)

Online ISSN: 2193-5815

Associated Title(s): Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis, Chemistry – An Asian Journal, European Journal of Organic Chemistry

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September 25, 2014

AsianJOC now publishing Accepted Articles online directly after acceptance

From October 1, 2014, the Asian Journal of Organic Chemistry will begin publishing Accepted Articles online directly after acceptance. This means that we will publish your paper in Wiley Online Library as rapidly as we can after we receive the final version from you. After publication of your accepted article, you will still get all the great editing and post-acceptance services that you are used to from us, but your results will now reach the community much faster! Click here for more information.

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  1. Synthesis of Fused Quinoline and Quinoxaline Derivatives Enabled by Domino Radical Triple Bond Insertions

    Xiaoyang Sun, Yunpeng Ni, Jiahong Li, Daan Ren, Zhentao Hu and Shouyun Yu

    Accepted manuscript online: 21 OCT 2014 05:10AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/ajoc.201402222

  2. A Ferrocene-Functionalized Bistable [2]Rotaxane with Switchable Fluorescence

    Li Liu, Qi Wang, Ming Cheng, Dr. Xiao-Yu Hu, Dr. Juli Jiang and Prof. Dr. Leyong Wang

    Article first published online: 16 OCT 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/ajoc.201402155

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    Stop in the name of love: An acid/base and anion-based bistable molecular shuttle with an anthracene stopper on the thread and one ferrocenyl unit (Fc) on the macrocycle has been obtained, and by external stimuli, two different states could be easily and reversibly controlled, which were accompanied with the switchable fluorescence changes due to the PET effect between the Fc electron donor moiety and anthracene stopper.

  3. A Rotaxane-Like Supramolecular Assembly Featuring Orthogonal Recognition Modes

    Dr. Daniela Menozzi, Prof. David A. Leigh and Prof. Enrico Dalcanale

    Article first published online: 14 OCT 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/ajoc.201402182

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    A party of four: This Communication describes the complete noncovalent self-assembly of a four-component rotaxane-like structure, where two orthogonal molecular recognition modes are used to thread the crown ether into the axle and to insert the cavitand end-capping groups.

  4. Synthesis, Characterization, and Electron-Transport Properties of a π-Conjugated Heteromacrocycle: A Selenium-Bridged Neutral Annulene

    Hang Liu, Yunke Qin, Prof. Dr. Wei Xu and Prof. Dr. Daoben Zhu

    Article first published online: 10 OCT 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/ajoc.201402157

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    Sel-ling your soul: The synthesis and characterization of a π-conjugated, macrocyclic, selenium-bridged molecule, 5,16-diphenyltetraselenolo- [22]annulene[2,1,2,1] (DPTSA), is reported. DPTSA was shown to have high aromaticity by 1H NMR and UV/vis absorption spectra. Its electrochemical properties and electron-transport properties were studied. Thin-film organic field-effect transistors of DPTSA display p-type semiconducting behavior.

  5. Intracellular Reduction-Responsive Sheddable Copolymer Micelles for Targeted Anticancer Drug Delivery

    Yuanyuan Zhang, Qiuyu Qu, Menghuan Li and Prof. Yanli Zhao

    Article first published online: 10 OCT 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/ajoc.201402146

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    Reducing gives you more: Intracellular, reduction-responsive, amphiphilic, copolymer micelles with cancer cell specificity are developed in this work. The synthetic process includes ring-opening polymerization and atom-transfer radical polymerization using a double-headed initiator with a disulfide linkage and folic acid. The potential of the copolymer micelles for application as anticancer drug carriers for targeted cancer therapy is promising.

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