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Water/Alcohol Soluble Conjugated Polymers for the Interface Engineering of Highly Efficient Polymer Light Emitting Diodes and Polymer Solar Cells

28-Feb-2015 | Zhicheng Hu; Kai Zhang; Fei Huang; Yong Cao, Chemical Communication, 2015

Water/Alcohol soluble conjugated polymers (WSCPs), which can be processed from water/alcohol and other polar solvents, are suitable for solution processing of multi-layer organic electronic devices. By using a thin layer WSCP as the cathode interfacial material, the resulting polymer light ...


Substrate selective amide coupling driven by encapsulation of a coupling agent within a self-assembled hexameric capsule

28-Feb-2015 | Sonia Giust; Giorgio La Sorella; Laura Sperni; Giorgio Strukul; Alessandro Scarso, Chemical Communication, 2015

Encapsulation of a cationic carbodiimide condensing agent within a self-assembled hexameric capsule made of resorcin[4]arene units provides a nano-environment that efficiently steers the substrate selectivity in the amide synthesis reaction between carboxylic acids and primary amines. While in ...


Determination of partial molar volumes from free energy perturbation theory

28-Feb-2015 | Jonah Z. Vilseck; Julian Tirado-Rives; William L. Jorgensen, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015

Partial molar volume is an important thermodynamic property that gives insights into molecular size and intermolecular interactions in solution. Theoretical frameworks for determining the partial molar volume (V°) of a solvated molecule generally apply Scaled Particle Theory or Kirkwood–Buff ...


Degeneracy in cryptophane–xenon complex formation in aqueous solution

28-Feb-2015 | Sergey Korchak; Wolfgang Kilian; Lorenz Mitschang, Chemical Communication, 2015

The reversible binding of xenon to cryptophane molecules is currently heavily explored for application as a reporter system in NMR. Herein, for aqueous solution, first evidence of degenerate exchange in this host–guest system is presented based on a novel approach using hyperpolarized 129Xe.


Adsorption and corrosion inhibition effect of Schiff base molecules on the mild steel surface in 1 M HCl medium: A combined experimental and theoretical approach

28-Feb-2015 | Sourav Kr Saha; Alokdut Dutta; Pritam Ghosh; Dipankar Sukul; Priyabrata Banerjee, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015

Corrosion inhibition performance of 2-(2-hydroxybenzylideneamino)phenol (L1), 2-(5-chloro-2-hydroxybenzylideneamino)phenol (L2) and 2-(2-hydroxy-5-nitrobenzylideneamino)phenol (L3) on the corrosion behaviour of mild steel surface in 1 M hydrochloric acid (HCl) solution are investigated by ...


A-D-A small molecules for solution-processed organic photovoltaic cells

28-Feb-2015 | Yongsheng Chen; Wang Ni; Xiangjian Wan; Miaomiao Li; Yunchuang Wang, Chemical Communication, 2015

A-D-A small molecules have drawn more and more attention in solution-processed organic solar cells due to the advantages of a diversity of structures, easy control of energy level, etc. Recently, a power conversion efficiency near 10% has been achieved through careful material design and device ...


A Review of Methods for the Calculation of Solution Free Energies and the Modelling of Systems in Solution

28-Feb-2015 | Rachael Skyner; James McDonagh; Colin R Groom; Tanja van Mourik; John Mitchell, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015

Over the past decade, pharmaceutical companies have seen a decline in the number of drug candidates successfully passing through clinical trials, though billions are still spent on drug development. Poor aqueous solubility leads to low bio-availability, reducing pharmaceutical effectiveness. The ...


Kinetic and Thermodynamic Processes of Organic Species at the Solution Solid Interface: The view through an STM.

28-Feb-2015 | K W Hipps; Ursula Mazur, Chemical Communication, 2015

A focused review is presented on the evolution of our understanding of the kinetic and thermodynamic factors that play a critical role in the formation of well ordered organic adlayers at the solution-solid interface. While the current state of knowledge is in the very early stages, it is now ...


Nonlinear absorption, nonlinear scattering, and optical limiting properties of MoS2/ZnO composite-based organic glasses

28-Feb-2015 | Bin Qu; Qiuyun Ouyang; Xianbo Yu; Wenhe Luo; Lihong Qi; Yu-Jin Chen, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015

MoS2/ZnO composites were synthesized by a solution-based method. The scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy analysis demonstrated that ZnO nanoparticles with a size of about 4.5 nm were coated on the basal surface of MoS2 nanosheets with expanded spacing of (002) plane. ...


Solution vs. gas phase relative stability of the choline/acetylcholine cavitand complexes

27-Feb-2015 | Hassan Abdoul-Carime; Bernadette Farizon; Michel Farizon; Jean-Christophe Mulatier; Jean-Pierre Dutasta; Henry Chermette, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015

How the information obtained from the gas phase experiments can reflect the processes in solution is a crucial question for analytical chemistry, and particularly the selective host–guest recognition mechanisms which are fundamental in biology. Here we combine ElectroSpray Ionization mass ...


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