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The cover picture shows generation of nano/microscale paramagnetic solid structures from a doublet spin state nitronyl nitroxide radical derivative by using a bottom‐up self‐assembly technique and their electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy studies as described by R. Chandrasekar and P....
Get into shape! Nano/microscale shape defined paramagnetic porous film, and reversibly shape shifting vesicles and nanoparticles were successfully prepared in a controlled manner from a stable nitronyl nitroxide radical derivative through solvent‐, surface‐ and ultrasound‐assisted self‐assembly.
Above the fold: An innovative strategy using a multifunctional linker system for the specific noncovalent immobilization of proteins to glass surfaces through fluorous–fluorous interactions without causing significant denaturation has been achieved. The principle was demonstrated for the enzymes...
Anchor aweigh! The synthesis and evaluation of new nitrocatechols for surface modification and tractable release on TiO2 are reported (see scheme). The properties of catecholate anchoring and nitrophenyl‐based photocleavable release were merged to create a new tool for surface immobilization and...
The azomethine ylides p‐R3C5H4N+CH−COC6H4R2‐p (3 a: R3=H, R2=H, X=Br; 3 b: R3=H, R2=Me, X=I; 3 c: R3=H, R2=OMe, X=I; 3 d: R3=H, R2=F, X=I; 3 e: R3=Me, R2=Me, X=Br) react with the nitrile functionality of the closo‐decaborate clusters (Bun4N)(B10H9(NCR1)) (1 a: R1=Me; 1 b: R1=Et; 1 c: R1=Ph) in a...
The reaction of 1‐phosphonomethyl‐2‐benzimidazolpyrrolidine (pmbpH2) and CuCl2 under slightly different conditions has generated three isomers: (Cu(pmbp))⋅2.5 H2O (1), (Cu(pmbp))⋅2 H2O (2), and (Cu(pmbp)(H2O))⋅x H2O (3). All show 1D chain structures in which the adjacent CuII ions are connected...
Three derivatives of tris(bipyridyl)–ruthenium(II) complexes with different alkyl‐chain lengths (nC18H37 (1), nC14H29 (2) and nC10H21 (3)) were synthesised. All these complexes behaved as an amphiphile and their surface properties were studied at the air–water interface by measuring surface...
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