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Invited for this month's cover are the groups of Siegfried R. Waldvogel at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and of Josef Salbeck at the University Kassel (both Germany). The image shows the swelling of a blowfish to represent the reversible conformational change of an oligospirobifluorene...
Oligospirobifluorenes represent promising building blocks for the generation of microporous sensor materials based on their restricted flexibility. The contact with specific solvents leads to a change of the three‐dimensional spirobifluorene structure. The single fluorene moieties unfold to an...
Reported is a porous Pd/Cu alloy catalyst synthesized by a one‐pot method, in which the Pd/Cu alloy is formed by using l‐ascorbic acid as reducing agent to simultaneously reduce the copper precursor and the palladium precursor. The copper incorporated with Pd can reduce the cost of the catalyst...
An acid‐functionalised, magnetic, room‐temperature ionic liquid, 1‐acyl‐3‐methylimidazolium tetrachloroferrate ([AcMIm]FeCl4), was synthesised and its optical, magnetic, and thermal properties were investigated. The magnetic moment (0.05402 emu in 2 T magnetic fields) showed strong paramagnetic...
The photoswitching of photosensitive bolaamphiphiles based on thymine was investigated. Topochemical principles were applied to create light‐responsive supra‐amphiphiles by the utilisation of dynamic covalent bonds created by the photo‐dimerisation of a DNA base, thymine. In order to induce the...
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