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Structural, magnetic, and EPR studies of diaquatetrakis({mu}-acetato)dicopper(II) have provided important insight into the magnetic interaction phenomenon in polynuclear species involving 3d ions.
Photochemical hydrogen production and cobaloximes: the influence of the cobalt axial N-ligand on the system stability.
We report on the first systematic study of cobaloxime-based hydrogen photoproduction in mixed pH 7 aqueous/acetonitrile solutions and demonstrate that H2 evolution can be tuned through electronic
Porphyrin-Sensitized Evolution of Hydrogen using Dawson and Keplerate Polyoxometalate Photocatalysts.
It is found that both Dawson polyoxometalates exhibit higher hydrogen evolution efficiency upon ZnTMPyP4+ sensitization in relation to the direct photoreduction of those compounds, and both Dawson type and high nuclearity Keplerate {Mo132 } cluster exhibits the highest efficiency for hydrogen evolution compared with the polyoxometricalates studied.
Photochemical hydrogen evolution using Sn-porphyrin as photosensitizer and a series of Cobaloximes as catalysts
Herein, we report a photochemical hydrogen evolution system consisting of various cobalt based catalysts, a metallated Sn porphyrin as photosensitizer and a triethanolamine as a sacrificial electron
Eicosanoids in prostate cancer
The biological activities of lipids with focus in eicosanoids and prostate cancer are described, with a focus in Linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid.
New metal-binding modes for 5-aminoorotic acid: preparation, characterization and crystal structures of zinc(II) complexes
Treatment of ZnCl2 with 2 equivalents of 5-aminoorotic acid (5-amino-2,6-dioxo-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyrimidine-4-carboxylic acid, H4L) and 2 equivalents of NaOH in water–methanol yielded a mixture of
Photocatalytic hydrogen production based on a water-soluble porphyrin derivative as sensitizer and a series of Wilkinson type complexes as catalysts
Herein, we report photochemical hydrogen evolution systems consisting of various rhodium based catalysts with Wilkinson type structures, Zn metalated porphyrins and fluorescein as photosensitizers
Modelling the use of lanthanides(III) as probes at calcium(II) binding sites in biological systems: Preparation and characterization of neodymium(III) and calcium(II) malonamato(-1) complexes
Abstract A bioinorganic approach into the problem of the isomorphous substitution of calcium(II) by lanthanide(III) ions in biological systems is discussed. Reactions of malonamic acid (H2malm) with