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Communication

Chiral expression of adsorbed (MP) 5-amino[6]helicenes: from random structures to dense racemic crystals by surface alloying

The chiral expression of a molecule on a surface is driven from a random solid solution on Cu(100) to a racemic crystal on a Sn/Cu(100) alloy.

Graphical abstract: Chiral expression of adsorbed (MP) 5-amino[6]helicenes: from random structures to dense racemic crystals by surface alloying
Communication

Controlling the lectin recognition of glycopolymers via distance arrangement of sugar blocks

Control of molecular recognition via living radical polymerization.

Graphical abstract: Controlling the lectin recognition of glycopolymers via distance arrangement of sugar blocks
Research Article

Photoredox-catalyzed cascade annulation of methyl(2-(phenylethynyl)phenyl)sulfanes and methyl(2-(phenylethynyl)phenyl)selanes with sulfonyl chlorides: synthesis of benzothiophenes and benzoselenophenes

A photoredox-catalyzed cascade annulation of methyl(2-(phenylethynyl)phenyl)sulfanes and methyl(2-(phenylethynyl)phenyl)selanes with sulfonyl chlorides was developed.

Graphical abstract: Photoredox-catalyzed cascade annulation of methyl(2-(phenylethynyl)phenyl)sulfanes and methyl(2-(phenylethynyl)phenyl)selanes with sulfonyl chlorides: synthesis of benzothiophenes and benzoselenophenes
Communication

A cobalt(II) complex with unique paraSHIFT responses to anions

A cobalt(II) complex can distinguish between anions by observing the paramagnetic 1H NMR shift.

Graphical abstract: A cobalt(ii) complex with unique paraSHIFT responses to anions
Communication

A thumb-size electrochemical system for portable sensors

A thumb-size and precise electrochemical system is designed for sensors in size and cost sensitive applications.

Graphical abstract: A thumb-size electrochemical system for portable sensors
From the themed collection: Recent HOT articles
Communication

Is more better? A comparison of tri- and tetrapeptidic catalysts

From an enzymatic perspective, there is a general notion that the bigger and more complex a catalytically active peptide is the more enzyme-like and the better it should become. But is this really true?

Graphical abstract: Is more better? A comparison of tri- and tetrapeptidic catalysts
Communication

Size dependent surface reconstruction in detonation nanodiamonds

Sub 3 nm diamond particles show size- and shape-dependent surface reconstructions, which have significant impact to their functionality and performance.

Graphical abstract: Size dependent surface reconstruction in detonation nanodiamonds
From the themed collection: Nanoscale Horizons Most Popular Articles
Communication

Degradable gold core–mesoporous organosilica shell nanoparticles for two-photon imaging and gemcitabine monophosphate delivery

The synthesis of degradable gold core–mesoporous organosilica shell nanoparticles is described.

Graphical abstract: Degradable gold core–mesoporous organosilica shell nanoparticles for two-photon imaging and gemcitabine monophosphate delivery
Paper

Local chemistry of the surfactant's head groups determines protein stability in reverse micelles

Protein stability in reverse micelles is determined by local chemical interactions between the surfactant molecules and the protein groups.

Graphical abstract: Local chemistry of the surfactant's head groups determines protein stability in reverse micelles
From the themed collection: 2018 PCCP HOT Articles
Paper

Calibration and evaluation of PUF-PAS sampling rates across the Global Atmospheric Passive Sampling (GAPS) network

Here we present and evaluate a method to determine PUF-PAS sampling rates (RS), and the effective sampling volume (Veff), for gas-phase chemical compounds deployed anywhere in the world.

Graphical abstract: Calibration and evaluation of PUF-PAS sampling rates across the Global Atmospheric Passive Sampling (GAPS) network
Paper

A robust analytical method for the determination of pesticide residues in wastewater

The aim of this research was to develop an analytical method for the detection and confirmation of 13 pesticide residues in wastewater.

Graphical abstract: A robust analytical method for the determination of pesticide residues in wastewater
Open Access Edge Article

Pyrene hydrogel for promoting direct bioelectrochemistry: ATP-independent electroenzymatic reduction of N2

We demonstrate a novel hydrogel material to facilitate direct bioelectrochemistry of a wide range of redox proteins and enable ATP-independent electroenzymatic reduction of N2 by nitrogenase.

Graphical abstract: Pyrene hydrogel for promoting direct bioelectrochemistry: ATP-independent electroenzymatic reduction of N2
From the themed collection: 2018 Chemical Science HOT Article Collection
Open Access Review Article

Multicellular tumor spheroids: a relevant 3D model for the in vitro preclinical investigation of polymer nanomedicines

Application of 3D multicellular tumor spheroids to the investigation of polymer nanomedicines.

Graphical abstract: Multicellular tumor spheroids: a relevant 3D model for the in vitro preclinical investigation of polymer nanomedicines
Paper

Biodegradation of graphene oxide-polymer nanocomposite films in wastewater

The polymer present in the nanocomposite is degraded by microorganisms present in the wastewater.

Graphical abstract: Biodegradation of graphene oxide-polymer nanocomposite films in wastewater
Open Access Highlight

A new family of sesterterpenoids isolated around the Pacific Rim

This review compiles details of the isolation, proposed biogenesis and biological testing of a new family of marine sesterterpenoids isolated around the Pacific Rim between 2009–2017.

Graphical abstract: A new family of sesterterpenoids isolated around the Pacific Rim
Paper

A sequential enzyme-activated and light-triggered pro-prodrug nanosystem for cancer detection and therapy

A sequential enzyme-activated and light-triggered pro-prodrug has been developed for cancer biomarker detection and on-demand therapy.

Graphical abstract: A sequential enzyme-activated and light-triggered pro-prodrug nanosystem for cancer detection and therapy
Communication

Effective separation of aromatic and aliphatic amino acid mixtures using ionic-liquid-based aqueous biphasic systems

Ionic-liquid-based aqueous biphasic systems allow an efficient and selective separation of aliphatic and aromatic amino acid mixtures usually present in protein hydrolysates or fermentation broths.

Graphical abstract: Effective separation of aromatic and aliphatic amino acid mixtures using ionic-liquid-based aqueous biphasic systems
Communication

The alkyne-tag Raman imaging of coronatine, a plant pathogen virulence factor, in Commelina communis and its possible mode of action

Coronatine, a virulence factor of plant bacteria, facilitates bacterial infection through an ER (endoplasmic reticulum)-mediated mechanism and works by affecting the ethylene signaling pathway.

Graphical abstract: The alkyne-tag Raman imaging of coronatine, a plant pathogen virulence factor, in Commelina communis and its possible mode of action
Open Access Paper

Development of small-volume, microfluidic chaotic mixers for future application in two-dimensional liquid chromatography

We report a microfluidic chaotic micromixer with staggered herringbone grooves having a geometry optimized for fast mobile-phase modification at the interface of a two-dimensional liquid chromatography system.

Graphical abstract: Development of small-volume, microfluidic chaotic mixers for future application in two-dimensional liquid chromatography
Open Access Paper

Uranium rhodium bonding in heterometallic complexes

The UIV–RhI intermetallic distances in the U2Rh2 complex (left, 2.7601(5) Å) and URh complex (right, 2.7630(5) Å) are very short and almost identical in the solid state even though solution electrochemistry suggests very different metal-based reduction processes.

Graphical abstract: Uranium rhodium bonding in heterometallic complexes
Research Article

Tricyclic xanthine derivatives containing a basic substituent: adenosine receptor affinity and drug-related properties

Novel tricyclic xanthine derivatives containing a basic substituent were investigated as adenosine receptor antagonists and selected drug-related properties were evaluated.

Graphical abstract: Tricyclic xanthine derivatives containing a basic substituent: adenosine receptor affinity and drug-related properties
Paper

Aqueous vs. nonaqueous Zn-ion batteries: consequences of the desolvation penalty at the interface

Comparison of intercalation of Zn2+ in layered V3O7·H2O in non-aqueous and aqueous electrolytes reveals a much higher desolvation penalty at the non-aqueous interface, a major factor in dictating the kinetics.

Graphical abstract: Aqueous vs. nonaqueous Zn-ion batteries: consequences of the desolvation penalty at the interface
Open Access Paper

Topological landscapes of porous organic cages

We define a nomenclature for the classification of porous organic cage molecules, enumerating the 20 most probable topologies, 12 of which have been synthetically realised to date.

Graphical abstract: Topological landscapes of porous organic cages
Paper

Singlet oxygen-mediated one-pot chemoselective peptide–peptide ligation

We here describe a furan oxidation based site-specific chemical ligation approach using unprotected peptide segments.

Graphical abstract: Singlet oxygen-mediated one-pot chemoselective peptide–peptide ligation
Open Access Paper

Temporal trends of halogenated flame retardants in the atmosphere of the Canadian Great Lakes Basin (2005–2014)

Temporal and spatial trends of total air concentrations (gas + particle) of halogenated flame retardants at the Canadian Great Lakes Basin were assessed (2005–2014).

Graphical abstract: Temporal trends of halogenated flame retardants in the atmosphere of the Canadian Great Lakes Basin (2005–2014)
Paper

Composition- and phase-controlled synthesis and applications of alloyed phase heterostructures of transition metal disulphides

1T/2H Mo1−xWxS2 phase-heterostructures were prepared via a one-step liquid-phase method, and showed composition- and phase-dependent electrochemical and electronic properties.

Graphical abstract: Composition- and phase-controlled synthesis and applications of alloyed phase heterostructures of transition metal disulphides
Paper

Magnetic bead-based peptide extraction methodology for tissue imaging

MALDI-TOF imaging mass spectrometry (IMS) is a common technique used for analyzing tissue samples, as it allows the user to detect multiple different analytes simultaneously.

Graphical abstract: Magnetic bead-based peptide extraction methodology for tissue imaging
From the themed collection: Recent HOT articles
Open Access Edge Article

A benzylic linker promotes methyltransferase catalyzed norbornene transfer for rapid bioorthogonal tetrazine ligation

Benzylic AdoMet analogs enable highly efficient enzymatic transfer of norbornenes to nucleic acids and subsequent tetrazine ligation.

Graphical abstract: A benzylic linker promotes methyltransferase catalyzed norbornene transfer for rapid bioorthogonal tetrazine ligation
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Sample preparation of lipstick for further Cd and Pb determination by ICP-MS: is the use of complexing acids really necessary?

In this work, the use of complexing acids (HF and HCl) combined with HNO3 was evaluated for lipstick digestion and further Cd and Pb determination by ICP-MS.

Graphical abstract: Sample preparation of lipstick for further Cd and Pb determination by ICP-MS: is the use of complexing acids really necessary?
Communication

Solid-state-processing of δ-PVDF

Solid-state pressing is used to produce, in one single-step and without the need to mechanically stretch thin foils, ferroelectric structures from the commodity polymer poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF) with comparable piezoelectric properties to biaxially stretched β-PVDF.

Graphical abstract: Solid-state-processing of δ-PVDF
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Determining the uncertainty in microstructural parameters extracted from tomographic data

The procedure for binarization of X-ray tomographic data affects the quantitative analysis of microstructural parameters in lithium ion battery electrodes.

Graphical abstract: Determining the uncertainty in microstructural parameters extracted from tomographic data
Open Access Review Article

Concentration gradient generation methods based on microfluidic systems

Various concentration gradient generation methods based on microfluidic systems are summarized in this paper.

Graphical abstract: Concentration gradient generation methods based on microfluidic systems
Research Article

A new two-dimensional layered germanate with in situ embedded carbon dots for optical temperature sensing

A carbon dots@germanate composite has been synthesized by embedding carbon dots into a double-layered germanate in situ, which exhibits excitation-dependent and temperature-responsive photoluminescence.

Graphical abstract: A new two-dimensional layered germanate with in situ embedded carbon dots for optical temperature sensing
Paper

A species-specific double isotope dilution strategy for the accurate quantification of platinum–GG adducts in lung cells exposed to carboplatin

Measurement uncertainty of Pt–GG quantification in human lung cells by species-specific double IDMS.

Graphical abstract: A species-specific double isotope dilution strategy for the accurate quantification of platinum–GG adducts in lung cells exposed to carboplatin
Open Access Paper

Catalysis in flow: O2 effect on the catalytic activity of Ru(OH)x/γ-Al2O3 during the aerobic oxidation of an alcohol

Different roles of O2 in the Ru-catalysed aerobic oxidation of alcohols have been delineated.

Graphical abstract: Catalysis in flow: O2 effect on the catalytic activity of Ru(OH)x/γ-Al2O3 during the aerobic oxidation of an alcohol
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Dehydrogenation of cyclic amines by a coordinatively unsaturated Cp*Ir(III) phosphoramidate complex

The reaction of a Cp*Ir(III) phosphoramidate complex with secondary amines gives amine, imine-bound Cp*Ir(III) hydride complexes resulting from amine dehydrogenation.

Graphical abstract: Dehydrogenation of cyclic amines by a coordinatively unsaturated Cp*Ir(iii) phosphoramidate complex
Open Access Paper

Tuning mobility and stability of lithium ion conductors based on lattice dynamics

Ionic conductivity and stability of Li-ion conductors are rationalized on the same footing using lattice-dynamics descriptors.

Graphical abstract: Tuning mobility and stability of lithium ion conductors based on lattice dynamics
Paper

A disease model of diabetic nephropathy in a glomerulus-on-a-chip microdevice

A biomimetic glomerulus-on-a-chip microdevice was created to recapitulate a disease model of diabetic nephropathy.

Graphical abstract: A disease model of diabetic nephropathy in a glomerulus-on-a-chip microdevice
From the themed collection: Organ-, body- and disease-on-a-chip systems
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Low temperature total oxidation of toluene by bimetallic Au–Ir catalysts

Intimate contact between gold and iridium nanoparticles supported on TiO2 provides a synergetic effect leading to low temperature VOC oxidation activity.

Graphical abstract: Low temperature total oxidation of toluene by bimetallic Au–Ir catalysts
Paper

Iron antimonate quantum dots exhibiting tunable visible light emission

In this paper, we report for the first time tunable visible light emission from FeSbO4 quantum dots prepared by an auto-combustion synthesis, a property hitherto unknown for this oxide.

Graphical abstract: Iron antimonate quantum dots exhibiting tunable visible light emission
Paper

A reusable and naked-eye molecular probe with aggregation-induced emission (AIE) characteristics for hydrazine detection

We report a reusable fluorogenic probe for naked-eye sensing of hydrazine in solution and in the gaseous phase.

Graphical abstract: A reusable and naked-eye molecular probe with aggregation-induced emission (AIE) characteristics for hydrazine detection
Communication

Porous silicon–graphene oxide core–shell nanoparticles for targeted delivery of siRNA to the injured brain

A chemically targeted luminescent porous silicon–graphene oxide core–shell nanoparticle delivers siRNA for more effective gene silencing.

Graphical abstract: Porous silicon–graphene oxide core–shell nanoparticles for targeted delivery of siRNA to the injured brain
Research Article

Facile one-pot synthesis of MOF supported gold pseudo-single-atom catalysts for hydrogenation reactions

Pseudo single atom Au/MOF catalysts are synthesized using a facile wet-chemistry approach on a large scale and show excellent performance in p-nitrophenol hydrogenation.

Graphical abstract: Facile one-pot synthesis of MOF supported gold pseudo-single-atom catalysts for hydrogenation reactions
Paper

Effect of trehalose polymer regioisomers on protein stabilization

Polymers with different trehalose side chain regioisomers were synthesized and compared for insulin stabilization.

Graphical abstract: Effect of trehalose polymer regioisomers on protein stabilization
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Electron scattering in large water clusters from photoelectron imaging with high harmonic radiation

The scattering of low kinetic energy electrons in large water clusters can be treated as an intermediate case between gas and condensed phase scattering.

Graphical abstract: Electron scattering in large water clusters from photoelectron imaging with high harmonic radiation
From the themed collection: 2018 PCCP HOT Articles
Open Access Paper

Polymorphism of chlorpropamide on liquid-assisted mechanical treatment: choice of liquid and type of mechanical treatment matter

Different types of mechanical treatment (tableting, grinding, milling, etc.) are important technological operations in the pharmaceutical industry.

Graphical abstract: Polymorphism of chlorpropamide on liquid-assisted mechanical treatment: choice of liquid and type of mechanical treatment matter
Paper

A versatile method for the selective core-crosslinking of hyaluronic acid nanogels via ketone-hydrazide chemistry: from chemical characterization to in vivo biodistribution

Nanogels show long in vivo blood circulation time and high tumor accumulation.

Graphical abstract: A versatile method for the selective core-crosslinking of hyaluronic acid nanogels via ketone-hydrazide chemistry: from chemical characterization to in vivo biodistribution
Paper

Enhancement of the sensitivity of a microbial fuel cell sensor by transient-state operation

The transient-state operation mode was applied in an MFC sensor and was further proved applicable for three kinds of detections with higher sensitivity.

Graphical abstract: Enhancement of the sensitivity of a microbial fuel cell sensor by transient-state operation
Open Access Edge Article

Taming a monomeric [Cu(η6-C6H6)]+ complex with silylene

Realization of a hitherto elusive unsupported η6 binding mode of benzene to a copper(I) cation employing silylene as a ligand. The back-donation from Cu to Si(II) diminishes the repulsion between d-electrons and the benzene ring and enforces the η6 binding mode.

Graphical abstract: Taming a monomeric [Cu(η6-C6H6)]+ complex with silylene
From the themed collection: 2018 ChemSci Pick of the Week Collection
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Heterogeneous endotoxin detection bioassay using drug–nanoparticle bioconjugates: an optimization study

Design and development of a simple and ultrasensitive dot blot bioassay for endotoxin detection in serum.

Graphical abstract: Heterogeneous endotoxin detection bioassay using drug–nanoparticle bioconjugates: an optimization study
Communication

Spatially resolved coding of λ-orthogonal hydrogels by laser lithography

A λ-orthogonal reaction system is introduced, where visible light induced radical thiol–ene and UV light induced NITEC (Nitrile-Imine mediated Tetrazole–Ene Conjugation) ligations are consecutively employed to fabricate and functionalize PEG-based hydrogels.

Graphical abstract: Spatially resolved coding of λ-orthogonal hydrogels by laser lithography
Communication

Insulin hexamer dissociation dynamics revealed by photoinduced T-jumps and time-resolved X-ray solution scattering

The structural dynamics of insulin hexamer dissociation were studied by the photoinduced temperature jump technique and monitored by time-resolved X-ray scattering.

Graphical abstract: Insulin hexamer dissociation dynamics revealed by photoinduced T-jumps and time-resolved X-ray solution scattering
Open Access Edge Article

A two-qubit molecular architecture for electron-mediated nuclear quantum simulation

A molecular architecture where two vanadyl-based qubits are linked together is herein described and investigated as a platform for quantum simulation.

Graphical abstract: A two-qubit molecular architecture for electron-mediated nuclear quantum simulation
From the themed collection: 2018 Chemical Science HOT Article Collection
Focus

An introduction to ratchets in chemistry and biology

This article describes the functions and mechanisms of particle and electron ratchets, and the interplay between theory and experiment in this field of non-equilibrium transport.

Graphical abstract: An introduction to ratchets in chemistry and biology
From the themed collection: Focus article collection
Paper

Impact of excess PbI2 on the structure and the temperature dependent optical properties of methylammonium lead iodide perovskites

Excess PbI2 in MAPbI3 thin films has no direct impact on the electronic structure but changes the temperature dependence of the exciton binding energy and the phase transition behaviour.

Graphical abstract: Impact of excess PbI2 on the structure and the temperature dependent optical properties of methylammonium lead iodide perovskites
Research Article

A synergistic effect of metal iodide doping on the thermoelectric properties of Bi2Te3

The role of metal iodides on the thermoelectric properties of Bi2Te3 is investigated by conducting comparative studies of CuI, CsI and KI-doped Bi2Te3 analogs. The CuI dopant is superior to CsI and KI dopants in showing a larger power factor and lower lattice thermal conductivity.

Graphical abstract: A synergistic effect of metal iodide doping on the thermoelectric properties of Bi2Te3
Paper

A field analysis of lampricide photodegradation in Great Lakes tributaries

Field measurements, laboratory experiments, and kinetic modeling demonstrate that photodegradation of lampricides is limited in Great Lake tributaries.

Graphical abstract: A field analysis of lampricide photodegradation in Great Lakes tributaries
Open Access Paper

Bifunctional 2D-on-2D MoO3 nanobelt/Ni(OH)2 nanosheets for supercapacitor-driven electrochromic energy storage

A 2D-on-2D hierarchical architecture of nanobelt core–nanosheets shell is exploited for bifunctional electrochromism–supercapacitive application.

Graphical abstract: Bifunctional 2D-on-2D MoO3 nanobelt/Ni(OH)2 nanosheets for supercapacitor-driven electrochromic energy storage
From the themed collection: Recent Open Access Articles
Communication

Photo-induced ring-closure via a looped flow reactor

Looped flow processes are an efficient and versatile tool to synthesize cyclic macromolecular materials.

Graphical abstract: Photo-induced ring-closure via a looped flow reactor
Open Access Paper

Shape oscillations of particle-coated bubbles and directional particle expulsion

Ultrasound waves drive shape oscillations of particle-coated microbubbles. During the ultrafast, non-uniform deformation of the interface, particles are expelled from the antinodes of the shape oscillations.

Graphical abstract: Shape oscillations of particle-coated bubbles and directional particle expulsion
Open Access Edge Article

Generalized-active-space pair-density functional theory: an efficient method to study large, strongly correlated, conjugated systems

Predicting ground- and excited-state properties of open-shell organic molecules by electronic structure theory can be challenging because an accurate treatment has to correctly describe both static and dynamic electron correlation.

Graphical abstract: Generalized-active-space pair-density functional theory: an efficient method to study large, strongly correlated, conjugated systems
Paper

Monitoring carnosine uptake by RAW 264.7 macrophage cells using microchip electrophoresis with fluorescence detection

A microfluidic platform was used to investigate the antioxidant properties of carnosine, an endogenous dipeptide.

Graphical abstract: Monitoring carnosine uptake by RAW 264.7 macrophage cells using microchip electrophoresis with fluorescence detection
Review Article

Spatiotemporal hydrogel biomaterials for regenerative medicine

This review highlights recent efforts in using photochemistry to exert dynamic control over the properties of hydrogel biomaterials.

Graphical abstract: Spatiotemporal hydrogel biomaterials for regenerative medicine
Paper

A dendritic catiomer with an MOF motif for the construction of safe and efficient gene delivery systems

The dendritic catiomer using biocompatible Zr-MOFs as the core exhibited a markedly higher transfection efficiency and lower cytotoxicity than the commercial gold standard branched PEI25k in A549 cells.

Graphical abstract: A dendritic catiomer with an MOF motif for the construction of safe and efficient gene delivery systems
Open Access Research Article

Tuning the stacking behaviour of a 2D covalent organic framework through non-covalent interactions

The distinct stacking behaviour of two related 2D covalent organic frameworks is traced back to geometric and electronic features of their building blocks. Self-complementarity and donor–acceptor-type interactions are identified as design principles to access highly crystalline COFs.

Graphical abstract: Tuning the stacking behaviour of a 2D covalent organic framework through non-covalent interactions
Paper

Aluminum nanostructures with strong visible-range SERS activity for versatile micropatterning of molecular security labels

A ciphertext-embedded machine-readable micro-QR code is constructed using structurally uniform visible-range SERS-active Al nanostructures with an average SERS enhancement factor of >104.

Graphical abstract: Aluminum nanostructures with strong visible-range SERS activity for versatile micropatterning of molecular security labels
From the themed collection: 2018 Nanoscale HOT Article Collection
Communication

One-of-a-kind: a microporous metal–organic framework capable of adsorptive separation of linear, mono- and di-branched alkane isomers via temperature- and adsorbate-dependent molecular sieving

Clean separation of linear, monobranched, and dibranched alkanes is achieved using a flexible, microporous metal–organic framework (MOF).

Graphical abstract: One-of-a-kind: a microporous metal–organic framework capable of adsorptive separation of linear, mono- and di-branched alkane isomers via temperature- and adsorbate-dependent molecular sieving
Paper

Multi-functional polyimides containing tetraphenyl fluorene moieties: fluorescence and resistive switching behaviors

A tetraphenyl fluorene (TPF) moiety in the polyimide main chain or in the side chain has a remarkable impact on the resistive switching behaviors and fluorescence properties of the polymers.

Graphical abstract: Multi-functional polyimides containing tetraphenyl fluorene moieties: fluorescence and resistive switching behaviors
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Enantioselective copper catalysed intramolecular C–H insertion reactions of α-diazo-β-keto sulfones, α-diazo-β-keto phosphine oxides and 2-diazo-1,3-diketones; the influence of the carbene substituent

Enantioselective C–H insertion reactions are described.

Graphical abstract: Enantioselective copper catalysed intramolecular C–H insertion reactions of α-diazo-β-keto sulfones, α-diazo-β-keto phosphine oxides and 2-diazo-1,3-diketones; the influence of the carbene substituent
Open Access Paper

Detection of sulfenic acid in intact proteins by mass spectrometric techniques: application to serum samples

A new developed strategy for the specific detection and quantification of cysteine sulfenic acid (SA) using molecular and elemental mass spectrometric (MS) techniques.

Graphical abstract: Detection of sulfenic acid in intact proteins by mass spectrometric techniques: application to serum samples
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Celebrating Excellence in Research: 100 Women of Chemistry is a collection of high quality papers from across the RSC Publishing portfolio. As the name of the collection suggests, the excellence comes first - all papers included have previously been judged to be of outstanding quality by the reviewers, editors, or readers.

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