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A new polyamine has been extracted from an extreme thermophile, Thermus thermophilus, and its chemical structure was determined as 1,12-diamino-4,8-diazadodecane, NH2(CH2)3NH(CH2)3NH(CH2)4NH2, based on its proton NMR, 13C NMR, and mass spectra. A trivial name "thermospermine" is proposed for the new compound.
A pentaamine was found in cells of an extreme thermophile, Thermus thermophilus, grown at 80 degrees C. The chemical structure was determined to be 1,15-diamino-4,8,12-triazapentadecane, NH2(CH2)3NH(CH2)3NH(CH2)3NH(CH2)3NH2. A trivial name "caldopentamine" is proposed for the new naturally occurring polyamine.
Metal nanoclusters (involving metals such as platinum) with a diameter smaller than 1 nm were deposited on the interlayer nanospace of KCa2 Nb3 O10 using the electrostatic attraction between a cationic metal complex (e.g., [Pt(NH3 )4 ]Cl2 ) and a negatively charged two-dimensional Ca2 Nb3 O10 (-) sheet, without the aid of any additional reagent. The… (More)
Perovskite nanosheets of HCa(2-x)Sr(x)Nb3O10 and HCa2Nb(3-y)Ta(y)O10 with controlled band-edge potentials were prepared. They worked as highly efficient heterogeneous photocatalysts for H2 evolution from a water/methanol mixture under band-gap irradiation. The activity was found to depend on the composition. The highest activity was obtained with… (More)
Remote experiment system with high network security has been developed in JT-60U. The remote experiment system is produced by personal authentication with a digital certificate and encryption of communication data to protect the JT-60U supervisory control system against illegal access. Remote experiment in JT-60U has been successfully demonstrated from… (More)
Metal oxide nanosheets having a three-layer perovskite structure were studied as photocatalysts for water oxidation in the presence of IO3 (-) as a reversible electron acceptor. This work examined the effects of the lateral dimensions and composition of the nanosheets as well as metal oxide co-catalysts deposited on the restacked nanosheets. Depositing… (More)
The charge dynamics in the double-layered quantum dot sensitized solar cell (QDSSC) was studied to clarify the reason why the cell performance was much improved by a double-layer coating, by using the heterodyne transient grating (HD-TG) and transient absorption methods, based on a previous study for a conventional QDSSC (N. Maeda et al., Phys. Chem. Chem.… (More)
Ru(ii) tris-diimine complexes are known to exhibit emission at around 630 nm as a result of (1)MLCT photoexcitation. The emission is quenched in the presence of a suitable semiconductor solid due to electron injection from the excited state of a Ru(ii) complex to the conduction band of the adjacent semiconductor. Here we investigated emission quenching… (More)
A chemically inert, insulating layered silicate (saponite; SP) and an iron(II)-based metallo-supramolecular complex polymer (polyFe) were combined via electrostatic attraction to improve the electrochromic properties of polyFe. Structural characterization indicated that polyFe was intercalated into the SP nanosheets. Interestingly, the redox potential of… (More)