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Quantum dots photocatalyse organic reactions with near-infrared light


The photocatalysis of alcohols to aldehydes and carboxylic acids usually involves UV or visible light, but a group of scientists from China has discovered that carbon quantum dots can catalyse such reactions using near-infrared wavelengths. Conventional UV/visible-light approaches involve ...


Nanoparticles make glowing leaves


Can street lights be replaced by trees? Scientists report in Nanoscale they believe they can by using gold nanoparticles. Light emitting diodes are used in street and bicycle lights and have a higher efficiency than traditional light bulbs. Now Yen Hsun Su has synthesised gold nanoparticles ...


Bonds going for gold!

Simultaneous cleavage of C-H, C-C single and C-C triple bonds under mild conditions has been developed by scientists in Taiwan


Rai-Shung Liu and co-workers at the National Tsing-Hua University, in Hsinchu, have reported a gold-catalysed procedure for the oxidative cleavage of aryl-substituted alkynyl ethers using molecular oxygen. ‘This work serves the first example that a C-H, single and triple carbon-carbon bonds can ...


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