Chem. Commun., 2019, Accepted Manuscript DOI: 10.1039/C9CC06004A, Communication Xudong Yang, Jia Xue, Ligang Feng Pt nanoparticles directly anchored over Te nanorods support fabricated by a microwave reduction approach instead of the 'sacrificial template' process were promising alternative catalysts for methanol oxidation both in the...
On account of the unique and outstanding physicochemical properties, such as large specific area, ultra-low thickness, high mechanical stiffness, and strength, as well as high electrical and thermal conductivities, graphene and graphene-based nanomaterials (GNs) including graphene oxide (GO), reduced GO (rGO
Malignant melanoma (MM) is the most fatal skin cancer whose incidence is critically increasing in the last decades. Recent molecular therapies are giving excellent results in the remission of melanoma but often they induce drug resistance in the patients, limiting their therapeutic efficacy. The search for n
Three mixed-metal phosphates, namely, centrosymmetric LiSrP3O9 and LiCsP2O6 as well as noncentrosymmetric K2SrP4O12 have been synthesized by the high temperature solution method. These structures were characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction and their P–O units are shown to feature distinct polyanionic con
Two BODIPY (4,4-difluoro-4-bora-3a,4a-diaza-s-indacene) moieties were chemically appended to the 4,7-positions of 1,10-phenanhtroline resulting in two new ligands (BODIPY-Phen and 4I-BODIPY-Phen) with strong absorption at 507 nm and 540 nm, respectively. BODIPY-Phen emits strongly centered at 507 nm, whereas
Organometallic chemists usually like to use the word robust to describe the pincer ligand frameworks in metal pincer complexes. Although most transition metal pincer complexes are thermally stable, the pincer backbone frameworks can still decompose under certain circumstances. In order to explore the stabili
The synthesis and characterization of a new chelating benzotriazinyl radical (Rad2) are described. Crystallographic studies coupled with SQUID magnetometry on Rad2 reveal the presence of discrete radical pairs which are antiferromagnetically coupled. Reaction of Rad2 with the 3d transition metal complexes M(