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A resolution approach of racemic phenylalanine with aqueous two-phase systems of chiral tropine ionic liquids.
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The results indicate that d-enantiomer of phenylalanine interacts more strongly with chiral ILs and Cu(2+) based on the chiral ion-pairs space coordination mechanism, which makes it tend to remain in the top IL-rich phase, by contrast, l- enantiomer is transferred into the solid phase. Expand
Efficient and Mild Transfer Hydrogenolytic Cleavage of Aromatic Ether Bonds in Lignin-Derived Compounds over Ru/C
Cleavage of aromatic ether bonds is crucial for the valorization of lignin and its fragments, which is challenging under mild conditions because the bonds are very stable. Herein, we found that Ru/CExpand
Highly efficient electrochemical reduction of CO2 into formic acid over lead dioxide in an ionic liquid–catholyte mixture
The development of efficient electrocatalytic systems for CO2 conversion with high current density and high Faradaic efficiency simultaneously is crucially important but challenging. Herein, weExpand
Estimation of clear‐sky land surface longwave radiation from MODIS data products by merging multiple models
[1] The surface longwave radiation budget plays an important role in the Earth's climate system. Remote sensing provides the most practical way to map surface longwave radiation on a large scale andExpand
Vanadium oxide electrode synthesized by electroless deposition for electrochemical capacitors
Abstract A thin film vanadium oxide electrode was synthesized by a simple electroless deposition method. Surface and structural analyses revealed that the deposited oxide is a mixture of amorphous VExpand
Highly efficient hydrogen evolution catalysis based on MoS2/CdS/TiO2 porous composites
Abstract Efficient production of hydrogen through visible-light-driven water splitting mechanism using semiconductor-based composites has been identified as a promising strategy for converting lightExpand
Enhanced charge separation of CuS and CdS quantum-dot-cosensitized porous TiO 2 -based photoanodes for photoelectrochemical water splitting
Photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting using high-performance catalysts shows considerable promise in generating environment-friendly hydrogen energy. Its practical applications, however, sufferExpand
Ultrathin all-solid-state supercapacitor devices based on chitosan activated carbon electrodes and polymer electrolytes
Abstract Two of the most promising current trends in supercapacitor research, (i) the development of biomass based carbon electrodes, and (ii) the transition to solid thin flexible form factors viaExpand
A NiCo2S4 /hierarchical porous carbon for high performance asymmetrical supercapacitor
Abstract A NiCo2S4 nanoparticles composite, in-situ grown on rice husk hierarchical porous carbon, is synthesized through a facile one-step hydrothermal method for energy storage. The NiCo2S4Expand
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