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Themed collection 2017 Emerging Investigators

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Contributors to the Emerging Investigators issue 2017

From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Feature Article

Recent advances in the computational chemistry of soft porous crystals

We highlight recent progress in the field of computational chemistry of nanoporous materials, focusing on methods and studies that address the extraordinary dynamic nature of these systems: the high flexibility of their frameworks, the large-scale structural changes upon external physical or chemical stimulation, and the presence of defects and disorder.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in the computational chemistry of soft porous crystals
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Feature Article

3D cellular invasion platforms: how do paper-based cultures stack up?

This feature compares the merits of different 3D invasion assays. We highlight paper-based cultures as an emerging platform that is readily accessible, modular in design, and capable of quantifying invasion in tissue-like structures.

Graphical abstract: 3D cellular invasion platforms: how do paper-based cultures stack up?
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Feature Article

Towards seamlessly-integrated textile electronics: methods to coat fabrics and fibers with conducting polymers for electronic applications

Traditional textile materials can be transformed into functional electronic components upon being dyed or coated with films of intrinsically conducting polymers, such as poly(aniline), poly(pyrrole) and poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene).

Graphical abstract: Towards seamlessly-integrated textile electronics: methods to coat fabrics and fibers with conducting polymers for electronic applications
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Feature Article

Galvanic replacement reaction: recent developments for engineering metal nanostructures towards catalytic applications

Recent developments to achieve further physicochemical control in metallic nanomaterials by galvanic replacement are discussed towards applications in catalysis.

Graphical abstract: Galvanic replacement reaction: recent developments for engineering metal nanostructures towards catalytic applications
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Feature Article

Exploiting the unusual effects of fluorine in methodology

Reactions of fluorinated substrates proceed with distinct patterns relative to non-fluorinated substrates.

Graphical abstract: Exploiting the unusual effects of fluorine in methodology
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Feature Article

Elucidating drug targets and mechanisms of action by genetic screens in mammalian cells

Genome-wide CRISPR interference (CRISPRi) screens in mammalian cells enable drug target identification and uncover genes controlling drug response.

Graphical abstract: Elucidating drug targets and mechanisms of action by genetic screens in mammalian cells
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Feature Article

Element strategy of oxygen evolution electrocatalysis based on in situ spectroelectrochemistry

The difference between iridium oxide and less active 3d-metal oxygen evolution catalysts is discussed from the efficiency of charge accumulation.

Graphical abstract: Element strategy of oxygen evolution electrocatalysis based on in situ spectroelectrochemistry
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Bromide-assisted catalytic oxidation of lead(II) solids by chlorine in drinking water distribution systems

This study investigated the effect of bromide on the oxidation of three lead(II) solids by chlorine – a redox process critical to the control of lead release in drinking water distribution systems.

Graphical abstract: Bromide-assisted catalytic oxidation of lead(ii) solids by chlorine in drinking water distribution systems
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

A comparative study of magnetization dynamics in dinuclear dysprosium complexes featuring bridging chloride or trifluoromethanesulfonate ligands

The rigidity of the ligand PyCp22− allows for facile access to Dy3+ complexes that exhibit improved dynamic magnetic properties.

Graphical abstract: A comparative study of magnetization dynamics in dinuclear dysprosium complexes featuring bridging chloride or trifluoromethanesulfonate ligands
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

A thermodynamic and kinetic analysis of solvent-enhanced selectivity in monophasic and biphasic reactor systems

This work shows that selectivity control in biomass systems is governed by reactant solvation in both monophasic and biphasic systems.

Graphical abstract: A thermodynamic and kinetic analysis of solvent-enhanced selectivity in monophasic and biphasic reactor systems
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Membraneless electrolyzers for the simultaneous production of acid and base

This study demonstrates the ability to use membraneless flow-cell electrolyzers to simultaneously produce acids and bases from neutral brine solutions.

Graphical abstract: Membraneless electrolyzers for the simultaneous production of acid and base
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

CO2 reduction or HCO2 oxidation? Solvent-dependent thermochemistry of a nickel hydride complex

The hydricity (ΔGH) of a newly synthesized nickel hydride was experimentally determined in acetonitrile (50.6 kcal mol−1), dimethyl sulfoxide (47.1 kcal mol−1), and water (22.8 kcal mol−1).

Graphical abstract: CO2 reduction or HCO2− oxidation? Solvent-dependent thermochemistry of a nickel hydride complex
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Nanoscale spectroscopic and mechanical characterization of individual aerosol particles using peak force infrared microscopy

Individual fine particulate matter (PM2.5) particles are revealed with mechanical mapping and infrared imaging at 10 nm spatial resolution.

Graphical abstract: Nanoscale spectroscopic and mechanical characterization of individual aerosol particles using peak force infrared microscopy
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Micro- and nano-patterned conductive graphene–PEG hybrid scaffolds for cardiac tissue engineering

Topographic and graphene-functionalized culture substrates were fabricated to regulate cardiac structure and function through manipulation of micro- and nano-scale mechanical and electroconductive cues.

Graphical abstract: Micro- and nano-patterned conductive graphene–PEG hybrid scaffolds for cardiac tissue engineering
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Dissecting mechanism of coupled folding and binding of an intrinsically disordered protein by chemical synthesis of conformationally constrained analogues

Non-canonical α-methyl amino acids were incorporated at various sites in the sequence of intrinsically disordered activation domain from the p160 transcriptional co-activator (ACTR) to facilitate the formation of α-helical structures.

Graphical abstract: Dissecting mechanism of coupled folding and binding of an intrinsically disordered protein by chemical synthesis of conformationally constrained analogues
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Open Access Communication

Incorporation of native antibodies and Fc-fusion proteins on DNA nanostructures via a modular conjugation strategy

A photocrosslinkable protein G adapter was used to site-specifically conjugate complex native proteins to oligonucleotides, allowing for efficient incorporation on DNA origami nanostructures.

Graphical abstract: Incorporation of native antibodies and Fc-fusion proteins on DNA nanostructures via a modular conjugation strategy
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Regioselective addition of C(sp3)–H bonds of alkyl pyridines to olefins catalysed by cationic zirconium complexes

The first group 4 metal catalysts are developed to catalyse C(sp3)–H addition of alkyl pyridines to olefins. Ligand-controlled regioselectivity was observed and verified.

Graphical abstract: Regioselective addition of C(sp3)–H bonds of alkyl pyridines to olefins catalysed by cationic zirconium complexes
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Ligand induced structural isomerism in phosphine coordinated gold clusters revealed by ion mobility mass spectrometry

Structural isomerism in ligated gold clusters is revealed using electrospray ionization ion mobility spectrometry mass spectrometry.

Graphical abstract: Ligand induced structural isomerism in phosphine coordinated gold clusters revealed by ion mobility mass spectrometry
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Effect of pH on chitosan hydrogel polymer network structure

With our newly developed model, we have revealed the molecular mechanism of chitosan hydrogel self-assembly by exploring its pH-dependent crosslinking pattern.

Graphical abstract: Effect of pH on chitosan hydrogel polymer network structure
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Chemoselective ratiometric imaging of protein S-sulfenylation

Here we report a ratiometric fluorescent probe for chemoselective conjugation to sulfenic acids in living cells.

Graphical abstract: Chemoselective ratiometric imaging of protein S-sulfenylation
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

cis-Decalin oxidation as a stereochemical probe of in-MOF versus on-MOF catalysis

Development of catalyst-controlled C–H hydroxylation could provide direct access to valuable synthetic targets, such as primary metabolites.

Graphical abstract: cis-Decalin oxidation as a stereochemical probe of in-MOF versus on-MOF catalysis
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Faradaic oxygen evolution from SrTiO3 under nano- and femto-second pulsed light excitation

Measured O2 concentration under 266 nm, 500 Hz, 150 fs (open red circles) and 30 ns (open blue triangles) pulsed laser excitation. The black lines indicate the theoretical amount of O2 product at 100% Faradaic efficiency.

Graphical abstract: Faradaic oxygen evolution from SrTiO3 under nano- and femto-second pulsed light excitation
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Long alkyl side-chains impede exciton interaction in organic light harvesting crystals

First report on the effect of side-chain induced perturbations on exciton interactions in an organic light harvesting crystal.

Graphical abstract: Long alkyl side-chains impede exciton interaction in organic light harvesting crystals
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Molecular “topological insulators”: a case study of electron transfer in the bis(methylene) adamantyl carbocation

A topological or geometric phase blockade can be introduced in molecular electron transfer processes if a conical intersection occurs between two charge configurations.

Graphical abstract: Molecular “topological insulators”: a case study of electron transfer in the bis(methylene) adamantyl carbocation
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Reconfigurable opto-thermoelectric printing of colloidal particles

We have developed a new optical technique – opto-thermoelectric printing – to print colloidal particles with reconfigurable patterns on substrates via light-controlled thermoelectric fields.

Graphical abstract: Reconfigurable opto-thermoelectric printing of colloidal particles
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Live-cell monochromatic dual-label sub-diffraction microscopy by mt-pcSOFI

We present mt-pcSOFI, live-cell monochromatic sub-diffraction imaging and illustrate the method with existing RSFPs and the newly developed ffDronpa-F.

Graphical abstract: Live-cell monochromatic dual-label sub-diffraction microscopy by mt-pcSOFI
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Highly efficient complexation of sanguinarine alkaloid by carboxylatopillar[6]arene: pKa shift, increased solubility and enhanced antibacterial activity

Efficient complexation of sanguinarine by carboxylatopillar[6]arene. The pKa shift, increased solubility, and enhanced antibacterial activity are described.

Graphical abstract: Highly efficient complexation of sanguinarine alkaloid by carboxylatopillar[6]arene: pKa shift, increased solubility and enhanced antibacterial activity
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Gram-scale free radical polymerization of an azaborine vinyl monomer

The gram-scale polymerization of a novel azaborine vinyl monomer is reported.

Graphical abstract: Gram-scale free radical polymerization of an azaborine vinyl monomer
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Mesoporous titanium and niobium nitrides as conductive and stable electrocatalyst supports in acid environments

Mesoporous TiN and NbN synthesized using a block copolymer self-assembly are evaluated for catalyst support applications in acid environments.

Graphical abstract: Mesoporous titanium and niobium nitrides as conductive and stable electrocatalyst supports in acid environments
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

A metal–organic framework as a flask: photophysics of confined chromophores with a benzylidene imidazolinone core

Photophysics and dynamics of chromophores with a benzylidene imidazolinone core, responsible for emission of green fluorescent protein variants, were studied as a function of host topology by three approaches.

Graphical abstract: A metal–organic framework as a flask: photophysics of confined chromophores with a benzylidene imidazolinone core
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Laser post-ionisation combined with a high resolving power orbitrap mass spectrometer for enhanced MALDI-MS imaging of lipids

Coupling laser post-ionisation with a high resolving power MALDI Orbitrap mass spectrometer has realised an up to ∼100-fold increase in the sensitivity and enhanced the chemical coverage for MALDI-MS imaging of lipids relative to conventional MALDI.

Graphical abstract: Laser post-ionisation combined with a high resolving power orbitrap mass spectrometer for enhanced MALDI-MS imaging of lipids
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

5-Benzylidene-4-oxazolidinones potently inhibit biofilm formation in Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus

Investigation into the biological function of 5-benzylidene-4-oxazolidinones revealed dose-dependent inhibition of biofilm formation in Methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA).

Graphical abstract: 5-Benzylidene-4-oxazolidinones potently inhibit biofilm formation in Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Cell-sized mechanosensitive and biosensing compartment programmed with DNA

The bottom-up construction of cell-sized membrane active compartments programmed with DNA is achieved by constructing mechanosensitive liposomes with biosensing capability using cell-free expression.

Graphical abstract: Cell-sized mechanosensitive and biosensing compartment programmed with DNA
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

A pulse electrosynthesized nanoporous nickel oxyhydroxide-borate thin film in electro- and photoelectro-reforming of methanol for selective production of formate

A highly efficient and robust nanoporous NiOOH-borate thin film for the selective production of formate via electrochemical and photoelectrochemical methanol reforming is reported.

Graphical abstract: A pulse electrosynthesized nanoporous nickel oxyhydroxide-borate thin film in electro- and photoelectro-reforming of methanol for selective production of formate
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Rapid synthesis of bicyclic lactones via palladium-catalyzed aminocarbonylative lactonizations

Novel palladium-catalyzed aminocarbonylative lactonizations have been developed to synthesize bicyclic lactones with antibacterial and antifungal activities.

Graphical abstract: Rapid synthesis of bicyclic lactones via palladium-catalyzed aminocarbonylative lactonizations
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Hierarchical self-supported ZnAlEu LDH nanotubes hosting luminescent CdTe quantum dots

Self-assembled, cylindrical LDH nanotubes (∅ 20nm) host large species such as nanodots or bulky substrates in their central cavity, leaving the interlayer space available for anionic sensitizer molecules.

Graphical abstract: Hierarchical self-supported ZnAlEu LDH nanotubes hosting luminescent CdTe quantum dots
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Imaging localized electric fields with nanometer precision through tip-enhanced Raman scattering

Tip-enhanced Raman scattering may be used to image various aspects of plasmon-enhanced local electric fields with extremely high spatial resolution.

Graphical abstract: Imaging localized electric fields with nanometer precision through tip-enhanced Raman scattering
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Open Access Communication

Chemoenzymatic synthesis of polypeptides containing the unnatural amino acid 2-aminoisobutyric acid

Polypeptides containing 2-aminoisobutiryc acid (Aib) as an unnatural amino acid were synthesized via chemoenzymatic polymerization of the tripeptide ethyl ester AlaAibAla-OEt.

Graphical abstract: Chemoenzymatic synthesis of polypeptides containing the unnatural amino acid 2-aminoisobutyric acid
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Hydroboration of alkynes and nitriles using an α-diimine cobalt hydride catalyst

The κ4-diimine cobalt hydride compound, (Ph2PPrDI)CoH, has been found to catalyze E-selective alkyne hydroboration and the dihydroboration of nitriles.

Graphical abstract: Hydroboration of alkynes and nitriles using an α-diimine cobalt hydride catalyst
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Pinpointing disulfide connectivities in cysteine-rich proteins

The sequence and order of disulfide bond formation in cysteine-rich proteins, and the resulting conformational changes, are assessed via a thermodynamic perturbation protocol.

Graphical abstract: Pinpointing disulfide connectivities in cysteine-rich proteins
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Ferromagnetic coupling in a chloride-bridged erbium single-molecule magnet

We present the first ferromagnetically-coupled Er3+ complex with linked, high-anisotropy Er–COT (COT2− = cyclooctatetraene dianion) subunits.

Graphical abstract: Ferromagnetic coupling in a chloride-bridged erbium single-molecule magnet
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Isolated, well-defined organovanadium(III) on silica: single-site catalyst for hydrogenation of alkenes and alkynes

Well-defined, isolated, single-site organovanadium(III) catalyst on SiO2 for unprecedented liquid- and gas-phase hydrogenation of alkenes and alkynes under mild conditions.

Graphical abstract: Isolated, well-defined organovanadium(iii) on silica: single-site catalyst for hydrogenation of alkenes and alkynes
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Hierarchical bicontinuous structure of redox-active organic composites and their enhanced electrochemical properties

The hierarchical bicontinuous structure of redox-active organic composites of crystalline quinone derivatives and conductive polymers was generated through simultaneous etching of the crystal and polymerization of the monomer.

Graphical abstract: Hierarchical bicontinuous structure of redox-active organic composites and their enhanced electrochemical properties
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Capturing local structure modulations of photoexcited BiVO4 by ultrafast transient XAFS

Femto- and picosecond transient XAFS revealed the photoexcitation dynamics of BiVO4.

Graphical abstract: Capturing local structure modulations of photoexcited BiVO4 by ultrafast transient XAFS
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

H2 evolution by a cobalt selenolate electrocatalyst and related mechanistic studies

[Co(bds)2][nBu4N] (where bds = 1,2-benzenediselenolate) was identified as an electrocatalyst for H2 evolution. Mechanistic studies indicate that with acid a protonated oligomeric {[Co(bds)2(H)x]x−1}m is formed, which was found to reenter the catalytic cycle and generate H2.

Graphical abstract: H2 evolution by a cobalt selenolate electrocatalyst and related mechanistic studies
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Donor ligands based on tricoordinate boron formed by B–H-activation of bis(phosphine)boronium salts

The (R3P)2HB-moiety in a palladium(II) pincer complex is demonstrated to be a L-type ligand and compared with other bonding types.

Graphical abstract: Donor ligands based on tricoordinate boron formed by B–H-activation of bis(phosphine)boronium salts
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Carbocatalytic reductive coupling reactions via electron transfer from graphene to aryldiazonium salt

A reductive coupling reaction using two-dimensional nanocarbon, i.e., reduced graphene oxide (rGO), as a carbocatalyst and/or a reaction initiator was developed.

Graphical abstract: Carbocatalytic reductive coupling reactions via electron transfer from graphene to aryldiazonium salt
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Photopatterning of fluorescent host–guest carriers through pore activation of metal–organic framework single crystals

Encoded fluorescent particles are fabricated through the selective uptake of dyes in photopatterned metal–organic framework single crystals.

Graphical abstract: Photopatterning of fluorescent host–guest carriers through pore activation of metal–organic framework single crystals
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

An autocatalytic cycle in autoxidation of triethylborane

An autocatalytic cycle was found in the mechanism of autoxidation of triethylborane using density functional theory calculations, and studied in detail with kinetic simulations.

Graphical abstract: An autocatalytic cycle in autoxidation of triethylborane
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Studying structure and dynamics of self-assembled peptide nanostructures using fluorescence and super resolution microscopy

Understanding the formation and properties of self-assembled peptide nanostructures is the basis for the design of new architectures for various applications.

Graphical abstract: Studying structure and dynamics of self-assembled peptide nanostructures using fluorescence and super resolution microscopy
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Selective adsorption of carbohydrates and glycoproteins via molecularly imprinted hydrogels: application to visible detection by a boronic acid monomer

Molecularly imprinted PEG-based hydrogels were prepared for carbohydrates and glycoproteins. Visible detection of fructose was achieved by the gels.

Graphical abstract: Selective adsorption of carbohydrates and glycoproteins via molecularly imprinted hydrogels: application to visible detection by a boronic acid monomer
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Temperature dependency of aqueous biphasic systems: an alternative approach for exploring the differences between Coulombic-dominated salts and ionic liquids

An alternative way to distinguish ionic liquids and Coulombic-dominated salts based on the temperature dependency of aqueous biphasic systems.

Graphical abstract: Temperature dependency of aqueous biphasic systems: an alternative approach for exploring the differences between Coulombic-dominated salts and ionic liquids
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Distinguishing between homogeneous and heterogeneous hydrogen-evolution catalysis with molecular cobalt complexes

An electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance can detect formation of heterogeneous material from molecular precursors, and thus provides rapid access to information on catalyst stability.

Graphical abstract: Distinguishing between homogeneous and heterogeneous hydrogen-evolution catalysis with molecular cobalt complexes
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

A macrocyclic ‘Co0’ complex: the relevance of ligand non-innocence to reactivity

A formally ‘Co0’ compound, containing the redox-active macrocyclic Mabiq ligand, was isolated and characterized. Ligand redox non-innocence in this system has important ramifications for reactivity.

Graphical abstract: A macrocyclic ‘Co0’ complex: the relevance of ligand non-innocence to reactivity
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Photoisomerisation and light-induced morphological switching of a polyoxometalate–azobenzene hybrid

The functionalization of a spherical Keplerate-type polyoxometalate {Mo72V30} with a cationic azobenzene surfactant has been achieved through ionic self-assembly.

Graphical abstract: Photoisomerisation and light-induced morphological switching of a polyoxometalate–azobenzene hybrid
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Reversible dinitrogen binding to [Cp′Fe(NHC)] associated with an N2-induced spin state change

Reversible N2 coordination to [Cp′Fe(IiPr2Me2)] induces a spin-state change.

Graphical abstract: Reversible dinitrogen binding to [Cp′Fe(NHC)] associated with an N2-induced spin state change
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Chemoproteomics-enabled covalent ligand screen reveals a cysteine hotspot in reticulon 4 that impairs ER morphology and cancer pathogenicity

Chemoproteomics-enabled covalent ligand discovery reveals a covalent ligand targeting RTN4 that alters ER morphology and impairs cancer pathogenicity.

Graphical abstract: Chemoproteomics-enabled covalent ligand screen reveals a cysteine hotspot in reticulon 4 that impairs ER morphology and cancer pathogenicity
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Exhaustive Suzuki–Miyaura reactions of polyhalogenated heteroarenes with alkyl boronic pinacol esters

A novel Suzuki–Miyaura protocol is described that enables the exhaustive alkylation of polychlorinated pyridines.

Graphical abstract: Exhaustive Suzuki–Miyaura reactions of polyhalogenated heteroarenes with alkyl boronic pinacol esters
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

Ultrahigh volatile iodine uptake by hollow microspheres formed from a heteropore covalent organic framework

A COF with hierarchical porosity has been constructed. It exists as hollow microspheres and exhibits an extremely high volatile iodine uptake (up to 481 wt%) by encapsulating iodine in the inner cavities and porous shells of the microspheres.

Graphical abstract: Ultrahigh volatile iodine uptake by hollow microspheres formed from a heteropore covalent organic framework
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
Communication

High molecular weight poly(N-methyl-B-vinylazaborine) – a semi-inorganic B–N polystyrene analogue

We present the synthesis of a B–N analogue of polystyrene, poly(N-methyl-B-vinylazaborine) in high molecular weight (MW = 24.9 kDa).

Graphical abstract: High molecular weight poly(N-methyl-B-vinylazaborine) – a semi-inorganic B–N polystyrene analogue
From the themed collection: 2017 Emerging Investigators
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Now on its seventh year, this annual special issue showcases research carried out by internationally recognised, up-and-coming scientists in the early stages of their independent careers, and who are making outstanding contributions to their respective fields. New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

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