Alexander S Gold

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Several antiepileptic drugs exert their activities by inhibiting Na(+) currents. Recent studies demonstrated that compounds containing a biaryl-linked motif (Ar-X-Ar') modulate Na(+) currents. We, and others, have reported that compounds with an embedded benzyloxyphenyl unit (ArOCH2Ar', OCH2=X) exhibit potent anticonvulsant activities. Here, we show that(More)
The rate of electrocatalytic water oxidation by the heterogeneous water oxidation catalyst [Ru(bda)(4-O(CH2)3P(O3H2)2-pyr)2], , (pyr = pyridine; bda = 2,2'-bipyridine-6,6'-dicarboxylate) on metal oxide surfaces is greatly enhanced relative to water as the solvent. In these experiments with propylene carbonate (PC) as the nonaqueous solvent, water is the(More)
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