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Hirshfeld surface analysis

Hirshfeld surface analysis ventures beyond the current paradigm to view molecules as “organic wholes”, thereby fundamentally altering the discussion of intermolecular interactions through an unbiased identification of all close contacts, coupled with novel visualization tools.

Graphical abstract: Hirshfeld surface analysis
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Perspective

Computational electrochemistry: prediction of liquid-phase reduction potentials

The article reviews recent developments and applications for predicting the standard reduction potentials of chemical reactions in solution.

Graphical abstract: Computational electrochemistry: prediction of liquid-phase reduction potentials
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Perspective

The interplay of catechol ligands with nanoparticulate iron oxides

This perspective reviews the possibilities and problems for surface derivatisation of nanoparticulate iron oxides with catechol-based ligands, enabling the design of multifunctional nanoscopic devices

Graphical abstract: The interplay of catechol ligands with nanoparticulate iron oxides
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Perspective

Coordination chemistry and biology of chelators for the treatment of iron overload disorders

Iron is an essential but potentially harmful element when present in excess. Fe chelators have, for many years, been used to treat iron overload by targeting Fe deposits in vivo and being excreted as an intact complex. This Perspective will provide an overview of the current state of chelating drugs for Fe overload.

Graphical abstract: Coordination chemistry and biology of chelators for the treatment of iron overload disorders
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Perspective

A net-based approach to coordination polymers

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Focus

The living dead – common misconceptions about reversible deactivation radical polymerization

We illustrate common misconceptions and errors when interpreting polymerization data from ‘Living/controlled’ radical polymerization, preferably termed ‘reversible deactivation radical polymerization’ (RDRP). Avoiding the discussed errors leads to better defined materials for soft matter materials applications.

Graphical abstract: The living dead – common misconceptions about reversible deactivation radical polymerization
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Focus

Statistics, damned statistics and nanoscience – using data science to meet the challenge of nanomaterial complexity

Combining advances in digital technology and modern methods in statistics with a detailed understanding of nano-structure/property relationships can pave the way for more realistic predictions of nanomaterials performance.

Graphical abstract: Statistics, damned statistics and nanoscience – using data science to meet the challenge of nanomaterial complexity
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Feature Article

Multidimensional gas chromatography beyond simple volatiles separation

Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography challenges the understanding of the composition of complex samples.

Graphical abstract: Multidimensional gas chromatography beyond simple volatiles separation
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Feature Article

Advances in chemical ligation strategies for the synthesis of glycopeptides and glycoproteins

A number of recent advances in the chemical synthesis of glycopeptides and glycoproteins are described, with particular focus on the development of peptide ligation strategies and their implementation in the convergent assembly of complex glycopeptides. Recent applications in the synthesis of full length homogeneous glycoproteins are also highlighted.

Graphical abstract: Advances in chemical ligation strategies for the synthesis of glycopeptides and glycoproteins
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Feature Article

Alkali-metal bis(aryl)formamidinates: a study of coordinative versatility

This article highlights the coordinative versatility of one alkali-metal amidinate subclass; the bis(aryl)formamidinates. These compounds are invaluable in transition-metal studies but until recently had not been investigated in their own right.

Graphical abstract: Alkali-metal bis(aryl)formamidinates: a study of coordinative versatility
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Review Article

Macrolactam analogues of macrolide natural products

The chemical modification of macrolide natural products into aza- or lactam analogues is a strategy employed to improve their metabolic stability and biological activity.

Graphical abstract: Macrolactam analogues of macrolide natural products
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Review Article

Design of electrocatalysts for oxygen- and hydrogen-involving energy conversion reactions

This review provides insights into theoretical and experimental electrochemistry toward a better understanding of a series of key energy conversion reactions.

Graphical abstract: Design of electrocatalysts for oxygen- and hydrogen-involving energy conversion reactions
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Review Article

The challenges of determining metal–protein affinities

This review surveys basic principles and diverse approaches of determining metal–protein affinities and pinpoints various problems associated with each approach. Representative case studies are given for metallo-proteins, -enzymes and -chaperones that bind metal ions selectively (KD < 10−7 M).

Graphical abstract: The challenges of determining metal–protein affinities
From the themed collection: Metals in cells
Review Article

Thiol-ene “click” reactions and recent applications in polymer and materials synthesis

This review highlights examples of recent applications of both the radical-mediated and base/nucleophile-initiated thiol-ene reactions in polymer and materials synthesis. Initial discussion focuses on mechanistic aspects of these reactions and also notes some of the structural considerations, with respect to reactants, that should be considered when practising such chemistries.

Graphical abstract: Thiol-ene “click” reactions and recent applications in polymer and materials synthesis
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Review Article

Host-defence peptides from the glandular secretions of amphibians: structure and activity

This review covers the literature to the end of 2005 on the subject of biologically active peptides from the glands of amphibians. These include neuropeptides, antimicrobial and anticancer active peptides, antiviral agents, fungicides and peptides which complex with Ca2+ calmodulin.

Graphical abstract: Host-defence peptides from the glandular secretions of amphibians: structure and activity
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Review Article

Centenary Lecture. The pursuit of selectivity in radical reactions

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Review Article

Robert Robinson Lecture. The logic of working with enzymes

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Review Article

The free-electron approximation for conjugated compounds

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Review Article

The aromatic bond

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Review Article

The reduction of organic compounds by metal-ammonia solutions

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Tutorial Review

Metals, macrocycles and molecular assemblies – macrocyclic complexes in metallo-supramolecular chemistry

This tutorial review highlights the use of macrocyclic ligand complexes as versatile components for the construction of both discrete and polymeric metallo-supramolecular assemblies.

Graphical abstract: Metals, macrocycles and molecular assemblies – macrocyclic complexes in metallo-supramolecular chemistry
Tutorial Review

Shape control in gold nanoparticle synthesis

This tutorial review summarises recent research into the controlled growth of gold nanoparticles of different morphologies and discusses the various chemical mechanisms that have been proposed to explain anisotropic growth.

Graphical abstract: Shape control in gold nanoparticle synthesis
From the themed collection: Gold - Chemistry, Materials and Catalysis
Tutorial Review

Current trends and future challenges in the experimental, theoretical and computational analysis of intervalence charge transfer (IVCT) transitions

The review highlights experimental, theoretical and computational methods which have developed over the past 35 years for the analysis of intervalence charge transfer (IVCT) transitions as a probe of the factors which govern electronic delocalisation and the activation barrier to intramolecular electron transfer.

Graphical abstract: Current trends and future challenges in the experimental, theoretical and computational analysis of intervalence charge transfer (IVCT) transitions
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Open Access Critical Review

3D printed microfluidic devices: enablers and barriers

3D printing has the potential to significantly change the field of microfluidics.

Graphical abstract: 3D printed microfluidic devices: enablers and barriers
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip Recent Review Articles
Critical Review

Cellulose modification by polymer grafting: a review

We review the various methods of attaching synthetic polymers to cellulose, a versatile approach to improve the functionality of cellulose and expand its applications.

Graphical abstract: Cellulose modification by polymer grafting: a review
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Critical Review

Ionic liquids as amphiphile self-assembly media

Ionic liquids significantly increase the number of known solvents capable of amphiphile self-assembly.

Graphical abstract: Ionic liquids as amphiphile self-assembly media
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Invited Article

Advances in methods and algorithms in a modern quantum chemistry program package

Developments in computational quantum chemical models and algorithms broaden the scope of feasible applications.

Graphical abstract: Advances in methods and algorithms in a modern quantum chemistry program package
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Communication

Rapid formation of self-organised Ag nanosheets with high efficiency and selectivity in CO2 electroreduction to CO

Rapid formation of hierarchical AgCl nanosheets is achieved through rational optimization of anodisation parameters. The electroreduced halide-derived Ag nanosheets exhibit excellent performance with a ∼95% CO2 to CO conversion efficiency at an overpotential as low as 0.29 V.

Graphical abstract: Rapid formation of self-organised Ag nanosheets with high efficiency and selectivity in CO2 electroreduction to CO
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Communication

Charge generation and morphology in P3HT : PCBM nanoparticles prepared by mini-emulsion and reprecipitation methods

P3HT : PCBM nanoparticles exhibit charge generation and nanomorphology similar to unannealed and annealed blend films, depending on the preparation method.

Graphical abstract: Charge generation and morphology in P3HT [ ] : [ ] PCBM nanoparticles prepared by mini-emulsion and reprecipitation methods
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Communication

Highly efficient cerium dioxide nanocube-based catalysts for low temperature diesel soot oxidation: the cooperative effect of cerium- and cobalt-oxides

Co3O4 promoted CeO2 nanocubes exhibit a remarkable catalytic activity for soot oxidation, attributed to the superior reducible nature of CeO2 and the preferential exposure of CeO2 (100) and Co3O4 (110) facets.

Graphical abstract: Highly efficient cerium dioxide nanocube-based catalysts for low temperature diesel soot oxidation: the cooperative effect of cerium- and cobalt-oxides
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Communication

Agonist responses of (R)- and (S)-3-fluoro-γ-aminobutyric acids suggest an enantiomeric fold for GABA binding to GABAC receptors

The agonist activity of (R)-3F-GABA is up to an order of magnitude more potent that the (S)-3F-GABA enantiomer with GABAC receptors, suggesting an enantiomeric twisted conformation for the GABA binding.

Graphical abstract: Agonist responses of (R)- and (S)-3-fluoro-γ-aminobutyric acids suggest an enantiomeric fold for GABA binding to GABAC receptors
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Communication

Nanosized anatase TiO2 single crystals for enhanced photocatalytic activity

Anatase TiO2 single crystals with 18% {001} facets have a raised conduction band minimum by 0.1 eV, and exhibits photocatalytic activity both for generating ˙OH radicals and for splitting water into hydrogen that is markedly superior—by factors of 5.6 and 8.2, respectively—to reference ca. 3 μm anatase TiO2 with 72% {001} facets.

Graphical abstract: Nanosized anatase TiO2 single crystals for enhanced photocatalytic activity
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Communication

The first example of a coordination polymer from the expanded 4,4′-bipyridine ligand [Ru(pytpy)2]2+ (pytpy = 4′-(4-pyridyl)-2,2′∶6′,2″-terpyridine)

The complex [Ru(pytpy)2]2+ (pytpy = 4′-(4-pyridyl)-2,2′∶6′,2″-terpyrdine) functions as an expanded 4,4′-bipyridine and forms a 1-D coordination polymer with silver(I).

Graphical abstract: The first example of a coordination polymer from the expanded 4,4′-bipyridine ligand [Ru(pytpy)2]2+ (pytpy = 4′-(4-pyridyl)-2,2′∶6′,2″-terpyridine)
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Communication

An unprecedented eight-connected self-penetrating network based on pentanuclear zinc cluster building blocks

An unprecedented eight-connected self-penetrating network is constructed based on pentanuclear zinc cluster building blocks and linear dicarboxylate linkers. This 3D network defines a new self-penetrating topology for eight-connected networks and represents the highest connected topology presently known for self-penetrating systems.

Graphical abstract: An unprecedented eight-connected self-penetrating network based on pentanuclear zinc cluster building blocks
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Communication

Solar light induced photocatalytic oxidation of benzyl alcohol using heteropolyoxometalate catalysts of the type [S2M18O62]4−

The use of solar light coupled with sulpho-polyoxoanions [S2M18O62]4− (M = Mo, W) for the selective oxidation of benzyl alcohol is demonstrated. A catalytic cycle involving air-oxygen regeneration of the [S2W18O62]4− catalyst was established.

Graphical abstract: Solar light induced photocatalytic oxidation of benzyl alcohol using heteropolyoxometalate catalysts of the type [S2M18O62]4−
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Communication

Ambient temperature reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer polymerisation

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Open Access Edge Article

Supramolecular anion recognition in water: synthesis of hydrogen-bonded supramolecular frameworks

Charge-assisted hydrogen bonds between a tetratopic receptor and terephthalate anions assemble a switchable supramolecular framework material in water.

Graphical abstract: Supramolecular anion recognition in water: synthesis of hydrogen-bonded supramolecular frameworks
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Open Access Edge Article

Two-coordinate group 14 element(II) hydrides as reagents for the facile, and sometimes reversible, hydrogermylation/hydrostannylation of unactivated alkenes and alkynes

The ambient temperature hydrometallations of a variety of unactivated alkene and alkyne substrates using two-coordinate hydrido-tetrylenes, :E(H)(L) (E = Ge or Sn; L = extremely bulky amide), are reported.

Graphical abstract: Two-coordinate group 14 element(ii) hydrides as reagents for the facile, and sometimes reversible, hydrogermylation/hydrostannylation of unactivated alkenes and alkynes
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Open Access Edge Article

Connecting electrodes with light: one wire, many electrodes

The requirement of a wire to each electrode is central to the design of any electronic device but can also be a major restriction. Herein it is shown how electrodes can be connected using light such that a multielectrode device requires only a single physical wire.

Graphical abstract: Connecting electrodes with light: one wire, many electrodes
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Open Access Edge Article

N-Heterocyclic carbene catalysed redox isomerisation of esters to functionalised benzaldehydes

N-Heterocyclic carbene catalysed redox isomerisation with reduction about the carbonyl has been developed in the transformation of trienyl esters to tetrasubstituted benzaldehydes.

Graphical abstract: N-Heterocyclic carbene catalysed redox isomerisation of esters to functionalised benzaldehydes
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Edge Article

Molecular coolers: The case for [CuII5GdIII4]

The use of triethanolamine (teaH3) in 3d/4f chemistry has led to the isolation of an unusual [CuII5GdIII4] cluster. It is demonstrated that this cluster can be successfully exploited for magnetic refrigeration.

Graphical abstract: Molecular coolers: The case for [CuII5GdIII4]
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The short-term reduction of uranium by nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI): role of oxide shell, reduction mechanism and the formation of U(V)-carbonate phases

Uranium(V) can be stabilized in a carbonate solid phase upon reaction with nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI).

Graphical abstract: The short-term reduction of uranium by nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI): role of oxide shell, reduction mechanism and the formation of U(v)-carbonate phases
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Comparison of fast electron transfer kinetics at platinum, gold, glassy carbon and diamond electrodes using Fourier-transformed AC voltammetry and scanning electrochemical microscopy

Complementary techniques reveal new insights on electron transfer rates at different electrode materials.

Graphical abstract: Comparison of fast electron transfer kinetics at platinum, gold, glassy carbon and diamond electrodes using Fourier-transformed AC voltammetry and scanning electrochemical microscopy
From the themed collection: 2017 PCCP HOT Articles
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Interactions between circulating nanoengineered polymer particles and extracellular matrix components in vitro

A simple and modular flow-based system is used to rapidly screen fundamental interactions of soft polymer particles with biologically relevant microenvironments under flow-conditions.

Graphical abstract: Interactions between circulating nanoengineered polymer particles and extracellular matrix components in vitro
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On-line determination by small angle X-ray scattering of the shape of hen egg white lysozyme immediately following elution from a hydrophobic interaction chromatography column

This study documents the use of an integrated approach, involving on-line HIC interfaced with SAXS measurements, to monitor the conformational status of proteins immediately upon elution from a chromatographic column.

Graphical abstract: On-line determination by small angle X-ray scattering of the shape of hen egg white lysozyme immediately following elution from a hydrophobic interaction chromatography column
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Open Access Paper

Blue-shifted emission and enhanced quantum efficiency via π-bridge elongation in carbazole–carborane dyads

Carbazole–carborane linear and V-shaped dyads display unusual blue-shifts in charge-transfer (CT) emission on π-system lengthening; the linear dyads luminesce via a combination of local excited and CT emission, with quantum efficiencies up to 86% in solution.

Graphical abstract: Blue-shifted emission and enhanced quantum efficiency via π-bridge elongation in carbazole–carborane dyads
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The synthesis of di-carboxylate esters using continuous flow vortex fluidics

Faraday wave assisted flow chemistry. Vibrations and shear stress drive the synthesis of di-esters in minutes using room temperature vortex fluidics.

Graphical abstract: The synthesis of di-carboxylate esters using continuous flow vortex fluidics
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Extremely high arsenic removal capacity for mesoporous aluminium magnesium oxide composites

Mesoporous aluminium magnesium oxide composites exhibit extremely high adsorption capacities for As(V) and As(III) with excellent environmental adaptability and selectivity.

Graphical abstract: Extremely high arsenic removal capacity for mesoporous aluminium magnesium oxide composites
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Open Access Paper

Solution processed graphene structures for perovskite solar cells

Solution processed graphene electrodes are used as transparent electrodes in perovskite solar cells to test their feasibility. The efficiency obtained using the transparent graphene electrodes is further improved by employing graphene into both compact and mesoporous TiO2 layers of the devices.

Graphical abstract: Solution processed graphene structures for perovskite solar cells
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Open Access Paper

Direct electrochemical formation of nanostructured amorphous Co(OH)2 on gold electrodes with enhanced activity for the oxygen evolution reaction

The rapid and direct electrochemical formation of amorphous nanostructured Co(OH)2 on gold electrodes under room temperature conditions was found to be a highly active, yet stable, precursor for the OER.

Graphical abstract: Direct electrochemical formation of nanostructured amorphous Co(OH)2 on gold electrodes with enhanced activity for the oxygen evolution reaction
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Open Access Paper

Pd-complex driven formation of single-chain nanoparticles

The preparation and in-depth characterization of well-defined, palladium(II) crosslinked single-chain nanoparticles (Pd-SCNPs) is reported. In addition, a novel procedure for interpreting the SEC chromatograms of SCNPs by log-normal distribution (LND) simulations is introduced.

Graphical abstract: Pd-complex driven formation of single-chain nanoparticles
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Rapid synthesis of ultrahigh molecular weight and low polydispersity polystyrene diblock copolymers by RAFT-mediated emulsion polymerization

An environmentally friendly emulsion technique produces uniform nanoparticles with precise control over molecular weight and particle size.

Graphical abstract: Rapid synthesis of ultrahigh molecular weight and low polydispersity polystyrene diblock copolymers by RAFT-mediated emulsion polymerization
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Degradation observations of encapsulated planar CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite solar cells at high temperatures and humidity

The stability of encapsulated planar-structured CH3NH3PbI3 (MAPbI3) perovskite solar cells (PSCs) was investigated under various simulated environmental conditions.

Graphical abstract: Degradation observations of encapsulated planar CH3NH3PbI3 perovskite solar cells at high temperatures and humidity
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Dye regeneration and charge recombination in dye-sensitized solar cells with ferrocene derivatives as redox mediators

A family of ferrocene derivatives are used to probe the effect of the driving force on charge transfer processes occurring in DSCs.

Graphical abstract: Dye regeneration and charge recombination in dye-sensitized solar cells with ferrocene derivatives as redox mediators
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Improving the light-harvesting of amorphous silicon solar cells with photochemical upconversion

Photochemical upconversion (UC) is applied to amorphous silicon solar cells (SC) to bring about an increase in light-harvesting efficiency.

Graphical abstract: Improving the light-harvesting of amorphous silicon solar cells with photochemical upconversion
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Investigation into thiol-(meth)acrylate Michael addition reactions using amine and phosphine catalysts

Various thiols have been reacted with short oligomers in the presence of amines and phosphines via thiol–ene click to yield end functional macromolecules.

Graphical abstract: Investigation into thiol-(meth)acrylate Michael addition reactions using amine and phosphine catalysts
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On the concept of ionicity in ionic liquids

The concept of ionicity, as the effective fraction of ions available to participate in conduction, is explored for ionic liquids using an adjusted Walden plot and an “ionicity” plot of calculated versus measured molar conductivity.

Graphical abstract: On the concept of ionicity in ionic liquids
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Rhodium(I) and iridium(I) complexes containing bidentate phosphine-imidazolyl donor ligands as catalysts for the hydroamination and hydrothiolation of alkynes

A series of rhodium(I) and iridium(I) complexes containing bidentate phosphine-imidazolyl ligands were synthesised and found to be efficient as catalysts for the hydroamination and hydrothiolation of alkynes.

Graphical abstract: Rhodium(I) and iridium(I) complexes containing bidentate phosphine-imidazolyl donor ligands as catalysts for the hydroamination and hydrothiolation of alkynes
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Novel platinum(II)-based anticancer complexes and molecular hosts as their drug delivery vehicles

This paper presents recent results and discusses advances in three main areas of research into improved platinum(II)-based anticancer drug design and delivery.

Graphical abstract: Novel platinum(ii)-based anticancer complexes and molecular hosts as their drug delivery vehicles
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Investigation of the gas phase reactivity of the 1-adamantyl radical using a distonic radical anion approach

The intrinsic gas phase reactivity of the 1-adamantyl radical is interrogated using a linear ion trap mass spectrometer by employing a distonic radical anion as an effective model for the neutral bridgehead radical.

Graphical abstract: Investigation of the gas phase reactivity of the 1-adamantyl radical using a distonic radical anion approach
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Cationic, linear Au(I) N-heterocyclic carbene complexes: synthesis, structure and anti-mitochondrial activity

A family of six gold(I) complexes of N-heterocyclic carbene ligands has been synthesized and structurally characterized and the relationship between the lipophilicities and anti-mitochondrial activities of the complexes evaluated.

Graphical abstract: Cationic, linear Au(i) N-heterocyclic carbene complexes: synthesis, structure and anti-mitochondrial activity
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Towards high capacity latex-coated porous polymer monoliths as ion-exchange stationary phases

The preparation of high capacity agglomerated monolithic ion-exchangers for capillary ion chromatography is described. By post-modification of reactive monoliths it was possible to increase the ion-exchange capacity by up to more than 30-fold over previous methods.

Graphical abstract: Towards high capacity latex-coated porous polymer monoliths as ion-exchange stationary phases
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From well defined star-microgels to highly ordered honeycomb films

Narrow polydispersed star-microgels prepared by ATRP were used as precursors to highly ordered honeycomb films, the properties of which were influenced by the architecture of the star polymers.

Graphical abstract: From well defined star-microgels to highly ordered honeycomb films
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Supramolecular Sn⋯Cl associations in diorganotin dichlorides and their influence on molecular geometry as studied by ab initio molecular orbital calculations

Sn⋯Cl interactions are recognisable in the crystal structures of R2SnCl2 but these adopt a variety of patterns based, usually, on chain or double-chain topologies that are stabilised by an average of one or two Sn⋯Cl interactions per tin atom. Evidence that such interactions are significant is found in the gas phase geometry optimised structures that show evidence of marked symmetrisation in the absence of these Sn⋯Cl interactions.

Graphical abstract: Supramolecular Sn⋯Cl associations in diorganotin dichlorides and their influence on molecular geometry as studied by ab initio molecular orbital calculations
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Ionic liquids based on imidazolium, ammonium and pyrrolidinium salts of the dicyanamide anion

New families of salts, based on quaternary ammonium [3], 1-methyl-3-alkylimidazolium [2] or N-methyl-N-alkylpyrrolidinium [4] organic cations together with the dicyanamide (dca, N(CN)2−, [1]) anion are reported. The ionic liquids exhibit low viscosities at room temperature and are stable to at least 200 °C.

Graphical abstract: Ionic liquids based on imidazolium, ammonium and pyrrolidinium salts of the dicyanamide anion
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Macrocyclic ligand design. Structure–function relationships involving the interaction of pyridinyl-containing, mixed oxygen–nitrogen donor macrocycles with cobalt(II), nickel(II), copper(II), zinc(II), cadmium(II), silver(I) and lead(II)

A comparative investigation of the interaction of three dibenzo-substituted, mixed oxygen–nitrogen donor macrocycles with cobalt(II), nickel(II), copper(II), zinc(II), cadmium(II), silver(I) and lead(II) has been carried out. The thermodynamic stabilities of the respective complexes in 95% methanol (I = 0.1; Et4NClO4, 25 °C) have been determined. The results are compared with those obtained previously for related mixed-donor (cyclic) systems.

Graphical abstract: Macrocyclic ligand design. Structure–function relationships involving the interaction of pyridinyl-containing, mixed oxygen–nitrogen donor macrocycles with cobalt(ii), nickel(ii), copper(ii), zinc(ii), cadmium(ii), silver(i) and lead(ii)
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Observation of a cubic phase in mesoporous silicate films grown at the air/water interface

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The influence of β-diketones on the induction times for hydrolysis of zirconium(IV) alkoxides

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An assessment of theoretical procedures for the calculation of reliable radical stabilization energies †‡

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Asymmetric catalytic intramolecular hydroacylation of 4-substituted pent-4-enals to β-substituted cyclopentanones

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About this collection

The Royal Society of Chemistry is delighted to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) with a special web collection that is free to access for a limited period.

Spanning more than 100 years, this cross-journal collection features 100 articles that highlight the excellence and breadth of research achievements across the chemical sciences and includes authors with close connections to the RACI.

Read an introduction to this collection, from Professor Peter Junk, President of the RACI, here

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