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26,397 Newest Publications about the topic solutionrss
17-10-2013 | A. Shanavas, T. Narasimhaswamy, B.V.N. Phani Kumar, A. Sultan Nasar, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 2013
Utilisant des approches divergentes, on a réalisé des synthèses de nouveaux mésogènes en forme étoilée à base d'acide trimésique et des portions centrales portant des chaînes latérales symétriques se terminant par des groupes alcoxy. Les portions centrales et les chaînes latérales sont liées ...
18-09-2013 | Umit Gulyuz; Oguz Okay, Soft Matter, 2013
pH responsive physical gels were prepared by micellar copolymerization of acrylic acid with 2 mol % stearyl methacrylate in the solution of worm-like sodium dodecyl sulfate micelles. The physical gels are insoluble in water and exhibit time-dependent dynamic moduli, high Young’s modulus (6 – ...
18-09-2013 | Lluis Soler; Cynthia S Martinez-Cisneros; Anka Swiersy; Samuel Sanchez; Oliver G. Schmidt, Lab on a Chip, 2013
We demonstrate that catalytic microjet engines can out-swim high complex media composed by red blood cells and serum. Despite the challenge presented by the high viscosity of the solution at room temperature, the catalytic microjets can be activated at physiological temperature and, ...
18-09-2013 | Franziska Fendt; Carina Koch; Stefanie Gaertner; Nikolaus Korber, Dalton Transactions, 2013
The reaction of Rb4Sn4 with ZnPh2 in liquid ammonia in the presence of [2.2.2]-cryptand yielded crystals of Rb6[(η2-Sn4)Zn(η3-Sn4)] • 5NH3, which could be characterized by single crystal X-ray diffraction. This is the first example of a successful solution reaction of the highly charged ...
18-09-2013 | Ying-Xian Ma; Ying Han; Jing Cao; Chuan-Feng Chen, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2013
Complexation behaviours between pentiptycene-derived bis(crown ether) containing two 24-crown-8 moieties in trans position and a series of paraquat derivatives with different terminal functional groups were investigated. It was found that these paraquat derivatives could all form stable 2:1 ...
18-09-2013 | Facundo Ignacio Altuna; Valeria Pettarin; Roberto Williams, Green Chemistry, 2013
Epoxidised soybean oil (ESO) was cross-linked with an aqueous citric acid (CA) solution without the addition of any other catalyst or solvent. Completely bio-based polymer networks were generated. The initial system was an emulsion but it became a homogeneous and transparent polymer network ...
18-09-2013 | Simon Tricard; Fabrice Charra; Talal Mallah, Dalton Transactions, 2013
The elaboration of coordination networks’ nano-objects on surfaces can be realized by sequential growth in solution (SGS). This bottom-up strategy gives the possibility to control the size, the isolation and the organization of the objects with a precision going up to the molecular scale. ...
18-09-2013 | Yoshiro Imura; Clara Morita; Takeshi Kawai, New Journal of Chemistry, 2013
Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) were dispersed in an aqueous solution of a long-chain amidoamine surfactant (C18AA) at a high concentration (
17-09-2013 | Yunwen Wu; Tao Hang; Zheyin Yu, Chemical Communication, 2013
A microball-nanosheet hierarchical structured silver film was deposited on the copper substrate by the proper amount of NaH2PO2 adding into the bath solution. Non-sticky superhydrophobic surface has prepared by the modification of n- hexadecanethiol. It showed perfect behavior in ...
17-09-2013 | Yang Chen; Huipeng Zhou; Yan Wang; Wenying Li; Jian Chen; Quan Lin; Cong Yu, Chemical Communication, 2013
Substrate hydrolysis was utilized to trigger a “top-down” etching process for the generation of fluorescent gold nanoclusters, and the changes in emission intensity of the assay solution provide a facile way for the sensing of enzyme activity.