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Novel polysiloxane gels, to which platinum species are encapsulated, are prepared by treatment of polymethylhydrosiloxane with alkenes in the presence of Karstedt's catalyst. These gels act as reusable catalysts in the reduction of functionalized nitroarenes with H(2) to the corresponding substituted anilines without leaking the catalyst species.
Novel polysiloxane gel, in which CuCl/bipyridine species are immobilized, is prepared by treatment of polymethylhydrosiloxane with 4,4'-bis[(2-propenyl)oxy]-2,2'-bipyridine and 1,5-hexadine in the presence of Karstedt's catalyst followed by addition of CuCl. This polysiloxane gel acts as a reusable catalyst in the atom-transfer radical cyclization of… (More)
Measles is regarded as a disease that can be eliminated by vaccination; however, disease epidemics still occur in Wuhan, China. This study explored the effect of measles control programmes on the periodic structure of disease epidemics in Wuhan. The monthly reported measles incidence from 1953 to 2008 was divided into pre-vaccine range (1953-1965) and… (More)
Specimens of bave (undegummed silk thread) were collected from cocoons of various origins of parent silkworm races, such as Japanese, Chinese, European, Korean and tropical origins, and from as many races as possible. An apparatus was set up to measure the dynamic elastic modulus of these specimens. In all the categories of the races tested, the elastic… (More)
Novel ruthenium-encapsulating polysiloxane gels are prepared by treatment of polymethylhydrosiloxane with diols in the presence of (mu(3),eta(2),eta(3),eta(5)-acenaphthylene)Ru(3)(CO)(7), and act as reusable catalysts in the isomerization of alkenes without leakage of the catalyst species.