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Electron Transfer Modeling in Condensed Phase by Molecular Dynamics Simulation: Application to Methylene Blue-Guanine Complex in Water
The classical molecular dynamics simulation method was applied to the study of the electron transfer (ET) occurring in the optically excited methylene blue-guanine complex in water. The basic
Homochiral metal–organic frameworks as heterogeneous catalysts
Homochiral metal–organic frameworks (HMOFs) are attractive materials for asymmetric catalysis because they possess high surface area and uniform active sites. A variety of catalytic applications
Tuning the supramolecular isomerism of MOF-74 by controlling the synthesis conditions
The influence of additives and synthesis conditions on the formation of porous isomers containing Zn2+ as nodes and 2,5-dihydroxy-1,4-benzenedicarboxylate (dobdc4–) as a linker are discussed.
Synthesis of Chiral MOF‐74 Frameworks by Post‐Synthetic Modification by Using an Amino Acid
Vibrational circular dichroism studies demonstrate that proline is the source of chirality within the MOF‐74 framework, and the formation of defects combined with the coordination of DMF and proline within the framework leads to a pore blocking effect.
Bifunctional carbohydrate biopolymers entrapped lipase as catalyst for the two consecutive conversions of α-pinene to oxy-derivatives.
Bifunctional catalysts designed as carbohydrate biopolymers entrapping lipase have been investigated for the biotransformation of a natural compound (α-pinene) to oxy-derivatives and the catalysts stability and reusability were confirmed.
Biocatalytic epoxidation of α-pinene to oxy-derivatives over cross-linked lipase aggregates
Abstract Lipase-based cross-linked aggregates were investigated for a non-specific reaction, i.e. the epoxidation of α-pinene to its oxygenated derivatives. The activity of the biocatalysts has been
CO2 sensing under ambient conditions using metal–organic frameworks
Determining accurately CO2 levels is highly relevant when monitoring indoor air quality. Nondispersive infrared (NDIR) sensors are the most often used sensors for measuring carbon dioxide
Metal–organic framework based systems for CO2 sensing
Monitoring CO2 levels in the atmosphere as well as in work place environments is strictly regulated.
Correction: Role of additives and solvents in the synthesis of chiral isoreticular MOF-74 topologies.
This work has shown that chiral isoreticular MOF-74 topologies can be synthesised with a wide variety of solvents and based on these results, the polymethine-like structure can be modified for high-performance liquid chromatography.
Role of additives and solvents in the synthesis of chiral isoreticular MOF-74 topologies
It is shown that pyrrolidone-based solvents can interact with the framework walls and influence the thermal stability of the MOF and the role of the different chiral additives is related to the strength of their interaction with theMOF.