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63 Newest Publicationsrss
17-04-2013 | Chris T. Amemiya; Jessica Alföldi; Alison P. Lee; Shaohua Fan; Hervé Philippe; Iain MacCallum; Ingo ..., Nature, 2013
, Jared V. Goldstone, Wilfried Haerty, Mark E. Hahn, Uljana Hesse, Steve Hoffmann, Jeremy Johnson, Sibel I. Karchner, Shigehiro Kuraku, Marcia Lara, Joshua Z. Levin, Gary W. Litman, Evan Mauceli, Tsutomu...
11-04-2013 | Alexander Neumann; Carsten Thönnißen; Axel Frauen; Simon Heße; Andreas Meyer; Hans Peter Oepen, Nano Letters, 2013
In this paper, a method is presented that has the sensitivity to measure magnetization behavior of single nanostructures. It is demonstrated that the technique gives the ability to separate different signals of single nanodots from a small ensemble of structures. Our method is based on the ...
10-04-2013 | John D. Woloszyn, Pascal Hesse, Klaus‐Dieter Hungenberg, Kimberley B. McAuley, Macromolecular Reaction Engineering, 2013
Abstract Styrene polymerization literature is reviewed and a model with dicumyl peroxide and benzoyl peroxide initiators is developed. Nine parameters are selected for estimation using statistical methods that account for the influence of parameters on model predictions, correlated ...
02-04-2013 | Yunseok Kim, Xiaoli Lu, Stephen Jesse, Dietrich Hesse, Marin Alexe, Sergei V. Kalinin, Advanced Functional Materials, 2013
Abstract Ferroelectric polarization switching is sensitively affected by phenomena on multiple length scales, giving rise to complex voltage‐ and time‐controlled behaviors. Here, spatially resolved switching dynamics in ferroelectric nanocapacitors are explored as a function of voltage ...
27-03-2013 | Jack L.-Y. Chen; Helen K. Scott; Matthew J. Hesse; Christine L. Willis; Varinder K. Aggarwal, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2013
Readily available, α-substituted allyl/crotyl pinacol boronic esters often give low E/Z selectivity (with Z favored) in reactions with aldehydes. We found that addition of nBuLi to the pinacol boronic ester followed by trapping of the alkoxide with TFAA leads to an intermediate allyl borinic ...
19-02-2013 | Claudine M Dojahn; Marlen Hesse; Christoph Arenz, Chemical Communication, 2013
The growing interest in single-molecule analysis of RNA calls for programmable enzymatic labeling-strategies beyond the horizon of solid-phase synthesized RNAs. Herein we describe an easy and versatile chemo-enzymatic approach to label RNA at its termini or defined internal positions via ...
09-01-2013 | Varinder K. Aggarwal, Liam T. Ball, Simon Carobene, Rickki L. Connelly, Matthew J. Hesse, Benjamin M. Partridge, Phi ..., ChemInform, 2013
Abstract Starting materials (I) and (V) are prepared from the corresponding ketones by means of Noyori′s transfer‐hydrogenation procedure.
03-01-2013 | Charlene Gadais, Stephanie Hesse, Gilbert Kirsch, ChemInform, 2013
Abstract It is demonstrated that base promoted intramolecular condensation occurs preferentially on the adjacent nitrile group rather than at an ester or at a ketone substituent.
05-11-2012 | Matthew J. Hesse, Craig P. Butts, Christine L. Willis, Varinder K. Aggarwal, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2012
E‐allylic boronic esters undergo a highly diastereoselective protodeboronation with TBAF⋅3 H2O to give Z‐trisubstituted alkenes. The selectivity can be switched to give predominantly the E‐alkene instead using KHF2/TsOH (see scheme). The utility of the methodology has been illustrated in a ...
10-10-2012 | Daniela Hesse, Muhammad Badar, André Bleich, Anna Smoczek, Silke Glage, Marc Kieke, Peter Behrens, Peter Paul Müller ..., Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 2012
Chronic otitis media is a common disease often accompanied by recurrent bacterial infections. These may lead to the destruction of the middle ear bones such that prostheses have to be implanted to restore sound transmission. Surface coatings with layered double hydroxides (LDHs) are evaluated ...