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Catalysis is at the core of chemistry and has been essential to make all the goods surrounding us, including fuels, coatings, plastics and other functional materials. In the near future, catalysis will also be an essential tool in making the shift from a fossil-fuel-based to a more renewable and...
Alterations in protein structure may have profound effects on biological function. Analytical techniques that permit characterization of proteins while maintaining their conformational and functional state are crucial for studying changes in the higher order structure of proteins and for...
The advent of sulfur(vi)-fluoride exchange (SuFEx) processes as transformations with click-like reactivity has invigorated research into electrophilic species featuring a sulfur–fluorine bond. Among these, sulfonyl fluorides have emerged as the workhorse functional group, with diverse...
Natural product synthesis remains one of the most vibrant and intellectually rewarding areas of chemistry, although the justifications for pursuing it have evolved over time. In the early years, the emphasis lay on structure elucidation and confirmation through synthesis, as exemplified by...
While there is much of the last two years we may wish to forget, it is imperative that we share our pandemic chemistry teaching experiences.
A review of Arieh Warshel’s autobiography, where he describes his life from childhood to when he fascinates about understanding the catalytic power of enzymes.
Controlled assembly of inorganic nanoparticles with different compositions, sizes and shapes into higher-order structures of collective functionalities is a central pursued objective in chemistry, physics, materials science and nanotechnology. The emerging chiral superstructures, which break...
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