Jens Henning

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The resins produced by either lupulin or leaf glands of over 120 plants of Humulus lupulus and one plant of H. japonicus (Cannabinaceae) were analyzed for the presence of prenylated flavonoids. The H. lupulus taxa investigated were H. lupulus var. lupulus from Europe, H. lupulus var. cordifolius from Japan, and H. lupulus from North America. Fifty-two of(More)
The agricultural by-products of the hop plant (Humulus lupulus L.) were investigated to determine their potential for use in the removal of heavy lead(II) ions from contaminated aqueous solutions. Separate batch laboratory experiments were performed to establish the optimal binding pH, time exposures, and capacity of the metal adsorption for lead(II) ions(More)
Supernovae are stellar explosions driven by gravitational or thermonuclear energy that is observed as electromagnetic radiation emitted over weeks or more. In all known supernovae, this radiation comes from internal energy deposited in the outflowing ejecta by one or more of the following processes: radioactive decay of freshly synthesized elements(More)
N-[2-P(i-Pr)(2)-4-methylphenyl](2)(-) (PNP) pincer complexes of tin(IV) and tin(II), [(PNP)SnCl(3)] (2) and [(PNP)SnN(SiMe(3))(2)] (3), respectively, were prepared and characterized by X-ray diffraction, solution and solid state NMR spectroscopy, and (119)Sn Mössbauer spectroscopy. Furthermore, (119)Sn cross polarization magic angle spinning NMR(More)
The linker-bridged distannene [(2,6-Mes2)C6H3Sn]2C12H8 (1) featuring an acenaphthene linker and the sterically demanding terphenyl substituent Ar(Me) (= C6H3-2,6-Mes2; Mes = C6H2-2,4,6-Me3) was prepared and characterized by single-crystal analysis, NMR spectroscopy, as well as elemental analysis. Furthermore, the reactivity of distannene 1 and previously(More)
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