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Synthesis, characterization and anticancer studies of mixed ligand dithiocarbamate palladium(II) complexes.
Size dependent, state-resolved studies of exciton-phonon couplings in strongly confined semiconductor quantum dots
Photochemical degradation of selected nitropolycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in solution and adsorbed to solid particles.
Synthesis, characterization, anticancer activity and DNA interaction studies of new 2-aminobenzothiazole complexes; crystal structure and DFT calculations of [Ag(Habt)2]ClO4
Hydrothermal dissolution of willow in hot compressed water as a model for biomass conversion
Tetrameric 1:1 and monomeric 1:3 complexes of silver(I) halides with tri( p -tolyl)-phosphine: A structural and biological study
Anticancer metallopharmaceutical agents based on mixed‐ligand palladium(II) complexes with dithiocarbamates and tertiary organophosphine ligands
Mixed-ligand palladium(II) complexes of the type [(DT)Pd(PR3)Cl], where DT = diethyldithiocarbamate (1), dibutyldithiocarbamate (2,3), dipropyldithiocarbamate (4,5),…
On the mechanism of action of thiamin enzymes, Crystal structure of 2-(α-hydroxyethyl)thiamin pyrophosphate (HETPP). Complexes of HETPP with zinc(II) and cadmium(II)
- G. Malandrinos, M. Louloudi, C. A. Mitsopoulou, I. Butler, R. Bau, N. Hadjiliadis
- ChemistryJBIC Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry
- 9 October 1998
Abstract The crystal structure of the 2-(α-hydroxethyl) thiamin pyrophosphate (LH2) was solved by X-ray diffraction. Crystallographic data: space group F2dd, a=7.922(4) Å, b=33.11(2) Å, c=36.232(10)…
Azobenzene photoisomerization under high external pressures: testing the strength of a light-activated molecular muscle.
- Thomas A. Singleton, Kevin S Ramsay, M. M. Barsan, I. Butler, C. Barrett
- ChemistryThe journal of physical chemistry. B
- 2 August 2012
The cis-trans photoisomerization of azobenzene was shown however to still be inducible at all the pressures investigated, confirming the suitability of these molecules for high-efficiency light actuation.