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The frontispiece shows a representative π‐conjugated aryl–acetylene system and the key design rules in the fine tuning of the chemical/physical properties of such a structure. Appropriate molecular design and the availability of efficient synthetic protocols have led to impressive results in the...
The cover picture shows an image of the musical alignment of a supramolecular nanofiber, composed of an anthracene derivative, while the Kobe University Symphony Orchestra was playing classical music. In their Full Paper on page 516 ff., Akihiko Tsuda and co‐workers report the quick and dynamic...
Invited for this month’s cover is the group of Prof. Akihiko Tsuda from Kobe University and Kobe City Collage of Technology. The cover picture shows the alignment of a supramolecular nanofiber, composed of an anthracene derivative, while the Kobe University Symphony Orchestra was playing...
“My motto is …︁ work hard and smart. Determination will keep you going.” This and more about Dik‐Lung Ma can be found on page 485.
Over the last two decades, ever increasing interest has been focused on π‐conjugated triple‐bond‐containing systems, namely, (poly)aryl acetylenes, as a very promising class of semiconducting materials, owing to the availability of flexible/efficient synthetic protocols and the new conception of...
Kinetically inert Group 9 metal complexes have found emerging use as inhibitors of protein kinases or as modulators of protein–protein interactions. A series of cyclometalated rhodium(III) and iridium(III) complexes was investigated as inhibitors of mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) activity....
This paper describes a facile, template‐free synthesis of AgCl hierarchical structures by a gas–liquid interfacial method and the morphology of AgCl (microrods or film) can be conveniently varied or controlled by changing the solvents of AgNO3 without using any surfactants. The AgCl composites...
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