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Editor: Greta Heydenrych

Online ISSN: 2367-0932

Associated Title(s): Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Chemistry - A European Journal, ChemCatChem, ChemElectroChem, ChemPhysChem

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  1. Rational Hydrogel Formulation Leads to Reversible and Enhanced Photocontrolled Rigidity

    Anne-Françoise Mingotaud, Jorge Royes Mir, Christophe Coudret, Clément Roux, Florence Benoit-Marquié, Martine Cazalès, Childerick Séverac and Corinne Lorenzo

    Accepted manuscript online: 28 APR 2017 07:21AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cptc.201700038

  2. Optimizing the NIR performance of photorefractive composites by chemical modification of the sensitizer

    Sebastian Köber, Andreas Seidenspinner, Klaus Meerholz, Hartmut Krüger and Silvia Janietz

    Accepted manuscript online: 28 APR 2017 06:28AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cptc.201700042

  3. Dramatic Effect of Solvent on the Rate of Photo-Bleaching of Organic (BOPHY) Dyes

    Anthony Harriman, Owen Woodford, William McFarlane and Corinne Wills

    Accepted manuscript online: 28 APR 2017 03:20AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cptc.201600061

  4. Electrospun CuO nanofibers: Stable nanostructures for solar water splitting

    Marcus Einert, Tobias Weller, Thomas Leichtweiss, Bernd M. Smarsly and Roland Marschall

    Accepted manuscript online: 25 APR 2017 08:21AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/cptc.201700050

  5. Irreversible Bleaching of Donor–Acceptor Stenhouse Adducts on the Surfaces of Magnetite Nanoparticles

    Dr. Johannes Ahrens, Dr. Tong Bian, Tom Vexler and Dr. Rafal Klajn

    Version of Record online: 18 APR 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/cptc.201700009

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    Vanish away: Donor–acceptor Stenhouse adducts have been designed to bind strongly to magnetite nanoparticles. Once within a dense monolayer on the nanoparticle surface, the molecules undergo an irreversible decoloration reaction.

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