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How Eosin Y/Graphene Oxide-Based Materials Can Improve Efficiency of Light-Driven Hydrogen Generation: Mechanistic Aspects
We have demonstrated that the photocatalytic system, containing Eosin Y (EY) as a sensitizer, triethanolamine (TEOA) as a sacrificial electron donor, CoSO4 as a catalyst, and graphene oxide (GO), e...
Cationic Porphyrin-Graphene Oxide Hybrid: Donor-Acceptor Composite for Efficient Photoinduced Electron Transfer.
Non-covalent nanohybrids composed of cationic 5,10,15,20-tetra(4-trimethylammoniophenyl)porphyrin tetra(p-toluenesulfonate) (TMAP) and the graphene oxide sheets were prepared under two pH values (6.2Expand
Synthon hierarchy in theobromine cocrystals with hydroxybenzoic acids as coformers
Pharmaceutical cocrystals, multicomponent solids composed of molecular and/or ionic compounds connected by noncovalent interactions, are objects of interest in crystal engineering. Theobromine, as anExpand
Novel Purine Alkaloid Cocrystals with Trimesic and Hemimellitic Acids as Coformers: Synthetic Approach and Supramolecular Analysis
In this work, benzene-1,3,5-tricarboxylic (trimesic acid, TMSA) and benzene-1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid (hemimellitic acid, HMLA) were used as coformers for cocrystal synthesis with chosen purine alka...
Graphene Oxide Functionalized with Cationic Porphyrins as Materials for the Photodegradation of Rhodamine B
Two noncovalent nanohybrids between cationic porphyrin (free-base TMPyP and zinc(II) ZnTMPyP) bearing cationic (N-methylpyridyl) groups and graphene oxide (GO) were constructed with the aim ofExpand
Lerf–Klinowski-type models of graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide are robust in analyzing non-covalent functionalization with porphyrins
Graphene-based nanohybrids are good candidates for various applications. However, graphene exhibits some unwanted features such as low solubility in an aqueous solution or tendency to aggregate,Expand
Theobromine cocrystals with monohydroxybenzoic acids – synthesis, X-ray structural analysis, solubility and thermal properties
Theobromine, an organic compound from the purine alkaloid group, is much less soluble in polar solvents than its analogues, i.e. caffeine and theophylline, that is why it has been used as an activeExpand