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26,634 Newest Publications about the topic solutionrss
29-10-2014 | Xing-Long Li; Jin Deng; Tao Pan; Chu-Guo Yu; Hua-Jian Xu; Yao Fu, Green Chemistry, 2014
Cu-Co catalysts, prepared by co-precipitation method (CP) and oxalate sol-gel method (OG), can selectively convert furfural (FFA) to cyclopentanone (CPO) and cyclopentanol (CPL), respectively. The conversion of FFA to CPO and CPL by Cu-Co catalysts was studied in aqueous solution. We found that ...
29-10-2014 | Edelsys Codorniu-Hernandez; Kyle Wm. Hall; Daniel Ziemianowicz; Sheelagh Carpendale; Peter Kusalik, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014
The behavior of the hydroxyl radical (OH*) in solution is significant to a broad range of scientific and technological fields. OH* is considered a highly reactive, short-lived species and previous studies have neglected the possibility of encounters of two OH* in solution. However, these ...
29-10-2014 | Jia-Jia Zhou; Xin Yu; Ying-Chun Zhao; Xin Xiao; Yun-Qian Zhang; Sai-Feng Xue; Zhu Tao; Jing-Xin Liu; Qian-Jiang Zhu, CrystEngComm, 2014
Coordination in supramolecular assemblies was investigated by reacting a series of lanthanide cations (Ln3+) and a new alkyl-substituted cucurbituril, the ortho-tetramethyl-substituted cucurbituril (o-TMeQ), in the presence of cadmium nitrate as an inorganic structure inducer in neutral ...
29-10-2014 | Valentina Cantatore; Giovanni Granucci; Maurizio Persico, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014
We report a computational study of the photo-orientation kinetics in a viscous solution of azobenzene in ethylene glycol, under irradiation with linearly polarized light. The development of anisotropy and its interplay with photoisomerization are simulated by a stochastic model. A distinctive ...
29-10-2014 | Fangfang Jia; Lingxiao Song; Wei Wei; Peng Qu; Maotian Xu, New Journal of Chemistry, 2014
For the first time, we synthesized CNT/GeO2 nanocomposite via a facile one-pot solution method. The as-prepared CNT/GeO2 nanocomposite appears as webs of curved nanotubes and nanoparticles, forming strong intertwined entanglements with a three-dimensional (3D) network structure. Such a hybrid ...
28-10-2014 | Yong Wang; Cong Dai; Xiu-Ping Yan, Chemical Communication, 2014
Thiolpolyethyleneimine stabilized silver nanoclusters (SH-PEI-AgNCs) with intense NIR fluorescence and chemical stability were fabricated in aqueous solution. The SH-PEI-AgNCs were subsequently bioconjugated with folate for targeted in vitro and in vivo bioimaging.
28-10-2014 | Richard van Hameren; Arend van Buul; Dirk Visser; Richard K Heenan; Stephen M King; Alan Rowan; Roeland J.M. Nolte; ..., Soft Matter, 2014
The self-assembly of achiral and chiral porphyrin trimers based on benzene triscarboxamide in solution is studied with the help of NMR, FT-IR, UV-vis, and CD spectroscopy. These studies revealed that in apolar solvents the porphyrin trimers self-assembled in columnar stacks via a combination of ...
28-10-2014 | M. Dommaschk; C. Schütt; S. Venkataramani; U. Jana; C. Näther; F. D. Sönnichsen; R. Herges, Dalton Transactions, 2014
Extensive use of quantum chemical calculations has been made to rationally design a molecule whose spin state can be switched reversibly using light of two different wavelengths at room temperature in solution. Spin change is induced by changing the coordination number of a nickel complex. The ...
28-10-2014 | Dezso Horvath; Marcello Antonio Budroni; Peter Baba; Laurence Rongy; Anne De Wit; Kerstin Eckert; Marcus J. B. Hause ..., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014
When traveling in thin solution layers, autocatalytic chemical fronts may be deformed and accelerated by convective currents developing because of density and surface tension gradients related to concentration and thermal gradients across the front. On earth, both buoyancy and Marangoni related ...
28-10-2014 | Peng Liu; Xueguang Shao; Christophe Chipot; Wensheng Cai, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014
Binding of cucurbituril (CB) with the hexamethylene diammonium cation (HD2+) in the presence of sodium ions is elucidated at the atomic level. The most probable complex of CB in saline solution is found to be CB:Na+. A two-stage binding process of CB:Na+ with HD2+ is proposed.