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An efficient design for the rigid assembly of four bidentate chromophores in water-stable highly luminescent lanthanide complexes.
This poster presents a probabilistic simulation of the response of the immune system to EMTs to treat central nervous system injuries and shows clear patterns of decline in the number of immune checkpoints.
Origin of the zero-field splitting in mononuclear octahedral dihalide MnII complexes: an investigation by multifrequency high-field electron paramagnetic resonance and density functional theory.
This study reveals that the spin-spin coupling contributions to the D tensor are non-negligible for the lighter halides but become insignificant for the heavier halides (I, Br) and the four different types of excitations involved in thespin-orbit coupling (SOC) part of the D Tensor contribute with comparable magnitudes and opposing signs.
Selective self-assembly of hexameric homo- and heteropolymetallic lanthanide wheels: synthesis, structure, and photophysical studies.
The described synthetic approach allowed us to obtain the first example of selective assembly of two different lanthanide ions in a large polymetallic structure characterized in solution and in the solid state and will make the isolation of planned dimetallic combinations presenting different Lanthanide emitters in the peripheral sites possible.
Cation-controlled self-assembly of a hexameric europium wheel.
The simple asymmetric tetradentate ligand 2,2':6',2' '-terpyridine-6-carboxylic acid leads to the self-assembly of the first europium nanowheel containing europium ions in two different coordination
Oxidation chemistry of uranium(III) complexes of Tpa: synthesis and structural studies of oxo, hydroxo, and alkoxo complexes of uranium(IV).
The crystal structure of the complex [U(tpa)(2)]I(3), 1 (tpa = tris[(2-pyridyl)methyl]amine), has been elucidated and points to a higher reactivity toward water reduction of the bis( tpa) complex with respect to the cyclopentadienyl derivatives.
Cobalt and nickel diimine-dioxime complexes as molecular electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution with low overvoltages
A new family of cobalt and nickel diimine-dioxime complexes are reported as efficient and stable electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution from acidic nonaqueous solutions with slightly lower overvoltages and much larger stabilities towards hydrolysis as compared to previously reported cobaloxime catalysts.
Polynuclear cation-cation complexes of pentavalent uranyl: relating stability and magnetic properties to structure.
Solid-state variable-temperature magnetic susceptibility studies showed the unambiguous presence of antiferromagnetic coupling between the two oxo-bridged uranium centers of complex 4, with the appearance of a maximum in chi versus T at approximately 5 K.
A structural and functional mimic of the active site of NiFe hydrogenases.
The structural mimic of the active site of NiFe hydrogenases, [Ni(xbsms)FeCp(CO)](BF(4)), is an electrocatalyst for hydrogen evolution from trifluoroacetic acid in DMF.
Fluorenone core donor–acceptor–donor π-conjugated molecules end-capped with dendritic oligo(thiophene)s: synthesis, liquid crystalline behaviour, and photovoltaic applications
We have synthesized a new series of donor–acceptor–donor (D–A–D) π-conjugated molecules, consisting of fluorenone core end-capped with dendritic oligo(thiophene)s of increasing generation
Energetics and structural consequences of axial ligand coordination in nonplanar nickel porphyrins.
The effects of ruffling on the axial ligation properties of a series of nickel(II) tetra(alkyl)porphyrins have been investigated with UV-visible absorption spectroscopy, resonance Raman spectroscopy,