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Themed collection Most downloaded articles of 2017: Analytical Chemistry

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Open Access Communication

Azulene–boronate esters: colorimetric indicators for fluoride in drinking water

Sensitive and selective fluoride indicators consisting of a boronate ester receptor motif, conjugated to an azulene reporter motif, are described. These exhibit a colour change visible to the naked eye when exposed to fluoride.

Graphical abstract: Azulene–boronate esters: colorimetric indicators for fluoride in drinking water
From the themed collection: Chemosensors and Molecular Logic
Communication

A two-photon fluorescent probe for specific detection of hydrogen sulfide based on a familiar ESIPT fluorophore bearing AIE characteristics

A two-photon fluorescent probe based on an ESIPT fluorophore bearing AIE characteristics was utilized to detect H2S.

Graphical abstract: A two-photon fluorescent probe for specific detection of hydrogen sulfide based on a familiar ESIPT fluorophore bearing AIE characteristics
From the themed collection: Chemosensors and Molecular Logic
Communication

A lysosome targetable fluorescent probe for endogenous imaging of hydrogen peroxide in living cells

A lysosome targetable naphthalimide based fluorescent probe has been designed and synthesized for selective imaging of H2O2 in different cells, tissues and in vivo models.

Graphical abstract: A lysosome targetable fluorescent probe for endogenous imaging of hydrogen peroxide in living cells
Communication

A bioorthogonal ‘turn-on’ fluorescent probe for tracking mitochondrial nitroxyl formation

A bioorthogonal mitochondria targeted HNO sensor was applied for the detection of biological concentrations of HNO in vitro in organelles.

Graphical abstract: A bioorthogonal ‘turn-on’ fluorescent probe for tracking mitochondrial nitroxyl formation
Communication

Development of a BODIPY-based fluorescent probe for imaging pathological tau aggregates in live cells

As a cell-permeable imaging probe, BD-tau selectively labeled pathological tau aggregates in live neuronal cells.

Graphical abstract: Development of a BODIPY-based fluorescent probe for imaging pathological tau aggregates in live cells
Communication

A two-channel responsive fluorescent probe with AIE characteristics and its application for selective imaging of superoxide anions in living cells

A red-to-green two-channel responsive and AIE-active fluorescent probe was developed to selectively detect superoxide anions in living cells.

Graphical abstract: A two-channel responsive fluorescent probe with AIE characteristics and its application for selective imaging of superoxide anions in living cells
Communication

A novel aggregation-induced emission platform from 2,3-diphenylbenzo[b]thiophene S,S-dioxide

The steric hindrance and electronic push–pull effect greatly influence the aggregation-induced emission (AIE) properties of 2,3-diphenylbenzo[b]thiophene S,S-dioxide.

Graphical abstract: A novel aggregation-induced emission platform from 2,3-diphenylbenzo[b]thiophene S,S-dioxide
Open Access Communication

Development of a reversible fluorescent probe for reactive sulfur species, sulfane sulfur, and its biological application

We developed a reversible fluorescent probe for sulfane sulfur. This probe enabled us to monitor concentration changes of sulfane sulfur.

Graphical abstract: Development of a reversible fluorescent probe for reactive sulfur species, sulfane sulfur, and its biological application
Communication

An easily accessible aggregation-induced emission probe for lipid droplet-specific imaging and movement tracking

An easily accessible aggregation-induced emission (AIE) probe is developed for LD-specific imaging and dynamic movement tracking with advantages of NIR two-photon excited red emission and fast cell permeability.

Graphical abstract: An easily accessible aggregation-induced emission probe for lipid droplet-specific imaging and movement tracking
Conference Report

Highlights from Faraday Discussion: aggregation-induced emission

Faraday Discussion 196: aggregation-induced emission brought together around 100 researchers to discuss recent progress, current challenges and potential breakthroughs in the design of new AIE luminogens, the understanding of AIE mechanisms and the exploration of advanced technological applications.

Graphical abstract: Highlights from Faraday Discussion: aggregation-induced emission
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About this collection

We are delighted to present a collection showcasing some of the most downloaded  ChemComm articles of 2017. This provides an easy way to quickly access the most important papers published in  ChemComm this year. These articles highlight exciting and impactful research across a broad range of subject areas, consisting of analytical chemistry, catalysis, energy, inorganic chemistry, materials science, organic chemistry and physical chemistry. We hope you enjoy reading this collection!

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