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Themed collection ChemComm Advisory Board 2020

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Feature Article

Cation-controlled catalysis with crown ether-containing transition metal complexes

This Feature Article reviews the structural motifs and catalytic applications of crown ether-containing catalysts and details the development of “pincer-crown ether” ligands for applications in controlled catalysis.

Graphical abstract: Cation-controlled catalysis with crown ether-containing transition metal complexes
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Feature Article

The application of click chemistry for targeting quadruplex nucleic acids

The Cu(I)-catalyzed azide and alkyne 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition (CuAAC), commonly known as the “click reaction”, has emerged as a versatile synthetic tool for targeting quadruplex nucleic acids.

Graphical abstract: The application of click chemistry for targeting quadruplex nucleic acids
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Feature Article

Photoactive supramolecular cages incorporating Ru(II) and Ir(III) metal complexes

Cage compounds incorporating phosphorescent Ru(II) and Ir(III) metal complexes possess a highly desirable set of optoelectronic and physical properties. This feature article summarizes the recent work on cage assemblies containing these metal complexes as photoactive units, highlighting our contribution to this growing field.

Graphical abstract: Photoactive supramolecular cages incorporating Ru(ii) and Ir(iii) metal complexes
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Silicon incorporation in polymethine dyes

Incorporation of silicon into heterocycles for polymethine dyes can impart red-shifts of up to 100 nm, while also enhancing photostability up to 10-fold, resulting in photostable fluorophores with emission above 900 nm.

Graphical abstract: Silicon incorporation in polymethine dyes
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Selective sensing of THC and related metabolites in biofluids by host:guest arrays

A host–guest fluorescence sensor array can selectively detect THC and its metabolites in biofluids such as urine and saliva.

Graphical abstract: Selective sensing of THC and related metabolites in biofluids by host:guest arrays
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Template-guided selection of RNA ligands using imine-based dynamic combinatorial chemistry

This study establishes the applicability of imine-based dynamic combinatorial chemistry to discover non-covalent ligands for RNA targets.

Graphical abstract: Template-guided selection of RNA ligands using imine-based dynamic combinatorial chemistry
From the themed collection: The Mechanics of Supramolecular Chemistry
Communication

Bioadhesive supramolecular hydrogel from unprotected, short D,L-peptides with Phe-Phe and Leu-Asp-Val motifs

Minimalistic and uncapped D,L-peptides self-assemble into bioadhesive hydrogels that successfully mimic the extracellular matrix and lead to high cell viability.

Graphical abstract: Bioadhesive supramolecular hydrogel from unprotected, short d,l-peptides with Phe-Phe and Leu-Asp-Val motifs
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Antiaromaticity gain increases the potential for n-type charge transport in hydrogen-bonded π-conjugated cores

Hydrogen bonding increases antiaromaticity and lowers the LUMO energy levels of non-aromatic π-conjugated cores.

Graphical abstract: Antiaromaticity gain increases the potential for n-type charge transport in hydrogen-bonded π-conjugated cores
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Extremely twisted and bent pyrene-fused N-heterocyclic germylenes

The first examples of pyrene-fused Janus-type N-heterocyclic germylenes (NHGe) are reported.

Graphical abstract: Extremely twisted and bent pyrene-fused N-heterocyclic germylenes
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Sensing of citrulline modifications in histone peptides by deep cavitand hosts

A host–guest fluorescence sensor array can site-selectively sense histone peptide modifications that change only a single atom in the peptide backbone.

Graphical abstract: Sensing of citrulline modifications in histone peptides by deep cavitand hosts
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

A supramolecular sensor array for selective immunoglobulin deficiency analysis

A host–guest based fluorescence sensor array can fully discriminate five structurally similar Ig protein isotypes, and recognize Ig deficiencies in serum.

Graphical abstract: A supramolecular sensor array for selective immunoglobulin deficiency analysis
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Size dependent selectivity of Cu nano-octahedra catalysts for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 to CH4

Octahedral Cu nanocrystals in the size range of 75–310 nm are synthesized and investigated for electrochemical CO2 reduction.

Graphical abstract: Size dependent selectivity of Cu nano-octahedra catalysts for the electrochemical reduction of CO2 to CH4
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Outstanding reversible H2S capture by an Al(III)-based MOF

MIL-53(Al)-TDC was demonstrated to be an optimal adsorbent for acidic H2S capture combining an unprecedented uptake at room temperature, excellent cyclability and low-temperature regeneration.

Graphical abstract: Outstanding reversible H2S capture by an Al(iii)-based MOF
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

s-Block carbodicarbene chemistry: C(sp3)–H activation and cyclization mediated by a beryllium center

The first examples of carbodicarbene (CDC)-s-block complexes have been synthesized. Unusual C–H bond activation and cyclization discovered.

Graphical abstract: s-Block carbodicarbene chemistry: C(sp3)–H activation and cyclization mediated by a beryllium center
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Heavy interstitial hydrogen doping into SrTiO3

We first report the heavy interstitial hydrogen doping and metallization of otherwise highly insulating SrTiO3 by hydrogen ion beam irradiation.

Graphical abstract: Heavy interstitial hydrogen doping into SrTiO3
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Self-assembly of penta-selenopeptides into amyloid fibrils

Here, we report the synthesis of a penta-selenopeptide consisting of five benzyl protected selenocysteine residues.

Graphical abstract: Self-assembly of penta-selenopeptides into amyloid fibrils
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Asymmetrical etching of Ag nanoparticles into symmetry-reduced bi-metallic nanocups at the single-nanoparticle level

By employing the water/air interface-confinement effect, local nanomasking and thus selective etching were achieved on single interfacial nanoparticles, developing a series of symmetry-reduced cubic, spherical, trough-like nanocups.

Graphical abstract: Asymmetrical etching of Ag nanoparticles into symmetry-reduced bi-metallic nanocups at the single-nanoparticle level
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Covalent switching, involving divinylbenzene ligands within 3D coordination polymers, indicated by changes in fluorescence

Reversible single-crystal-to-single-crystal transformations of two photo-responsive three-dimensional coordination polymers exhibit green/blue and green/blue-green fluorescence switching behaviors.

Graphical abstract: Covalent switching, involving divinylbenzene ligands within 3D coordination polymers, indicated by changes in fluorescence
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Chemoselective epoxidation of cholesterol derivatives on a surface-designed molecularly imprinted Ru–porphyrin catalyst

High chemoselectivity for the C5[double bond, length as m-dash]C6 epoxidation of cholesterol derivatives without protecting other oxidizable functional groups was achieved on a newly designed molecularly imprinted Ru–porphyrin catalyst using a SiO2-support.

Graphical abstract: Chemoselective epoxidation of cholesterol derivatives on a surface-designed molecularly imprinted Ru–porphyrin catalyst
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Tuning the structure and catalytic activity of Ru nanoparticle catalysts by single 3d transition-metal atoms in Ru12–metalloporphyrin precursors

The single 3d metal atoms at the central position of the Ru12–metalloporphyrin complex precursors exerted a significant influence on the structure and hydrogenation performance of the Ru nanoparticles on the SiO2 surface.

Graphical abstract: Tuning the structure and catalytic activity of Ru nanoparticle catalysts by single 3d transition-metal atoms in Ru12–metalloporphyrin precursors
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
Communication

Aqueous phase sensing of cyanide ions using a hydrolytically stable metal–organic framework

A fluorescent bio-compatible anionic metal–organic framework (MOF) for pure aqueous phase recognition and detoxification of cyanide ions (CN) has been reported. The MOF acts as a molecular reaction vessel exclusively for cyanide ions, inducing a signal turn on response in aqueous media.

Graphical abstract: Aqueous phase sensing of cyanide ions using a hydrolytically stable metal–organic framework
From the themed collection: ChemComm Advisory Board 2020
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