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Coordination chemistry of macrocyclic compounds
This book describes the coordination chemistry of macrocyclic ligands. Common types of ligands are introduced and strategies for the synthesis of the free ligands and their metal complexes are
Selective sodium sensing with gold-coated silicon nanowire field-effect transistors in a differential setup.
It is found that the functional SAM does not affect the unspecific response of gold to pH and background ionic species, which represents a clear advantage of gold compared to oxide surfaces and makes it an ideal candidate for differential measurements.
Chemical modification of a titanium (IV) oxide electrode to give stable dye sensitisation without a supersensitiser
SEMICONDUCTING electrodes stable in aqueous solution during the photoelectrochemical oxidation of water have generally been large-bandgap oxides, and their photosensitisation to visible light is of
An element of surprise--efficient copper-functionalized dye-sensitized solar cells.
Dye-sensitized solar cells with carboxylate-derivatized {Cu(I)L(2)} complexes are surprisingly efficient and offer a long-term alternative approach to ruthenium-functionalized systems.
Transition Metal Chemistry: The Valence Shell in d-Block Chemistry
Focus on dn Configuration Crystal-Field Splittings The Intensities of d-d Spectra Spin and Magnetism Ligand Fields, Bonding and the Valence Shell Steric Effects of Open d Shells Complex Stability and
Functionalization of Nanostructured Hematite Thin‐Film Electrodes with the Light‐Harvesting Membrane Protein C‐Phycocyanin Yields an Enhanced Photocurrent
The hematite–phycocyanin integrated system is assembled by consecutive adsorption and cross‐coupling of protein molecules, separated by an agarose layer and a linker molecule, on the top of a mesoporous hematitic film and shows long‐term stability and constitutes a promising hybrid photoanode for photo‐electrochemical applications.