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Simple molecular structure and efficient triazine-based electron injection layer for high performance organic electronics

05-May-2016 | Nallan Chakravarthi; Gunasekar Kumarasamy; Woosum Cho; Dang Long; Yun-Hi Kim; Chang Eun Song; Jong-Cheol Lee; Antoni ..., Energy & Environmental Science, 2016

Enabling state-of-the-art performance for solution processable and flexible organic electronics require excellent, stable, and cost-effective electron injection layers (EILs). Here, we report an alcohol soluble phosphine oxide functionalized 1,3,5-triazine derivative (PO-TAZ) as an EIL, as it ...

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Biomimetic Solution Against Dewetting in High Hydrophobic Nanopore

04-May-2016 | fabien picaud; guillaume paris; Tijani Gharbi; sebastien balme; Mathilde Lepoitevin; Vidhyadevi Tangaraj; Mikhael Be ..., Soft Matter, 2016

A water molecule is the foundation of life and symbolizes the primary compound in every life system. While many of its properties are understood in bulk solvent, its behavior in small hydrophobic nanopore still raised fundamental questions. For instance, wetting/dewetting transition in ...

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Mechanism of Initial Step of Germano-silicate Formation in Solution: a First-principles Molecular Dynamics Study

04-May-2016 | Thuat T Trinh; Xavier Rozanska; Francoise DELBECQ; Alain Tuel; Philippe Sautet, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016

The condensation reactions between Ge(OH)4 and Si(OH)4 units in solution is studied to understand the mechanism and stable species during the initial steps of the formation process of Ge containing zeolites in basic conditions. The free energy of formation of (OH)3Ge-O-Ge-(OH)2O-, ...

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The anticonvulsant sulfamide JNJ-26990990 and its S,S-dioxide analog strongly inhibit carbonic anhydrases: solution and X-ray crystallographic studies

04-May-2016 | Anna Di Fiore; Giuseppina De Simone; Vincenzo Alterio; Vincenzo Riccio; Jean-Yves Winum; Fabrizio Carta; Claudiu Supuran, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2016

JNJ-26990990 ((benzo[b]thien-3-yl)methyl)sulfamide, a sulfamide derivative structurally related to the antiepileptic drug zonisamide, was reported to be devoid of carbonic anhydrase (CA, EC 4.2.1.1) inhibitory properties. Here we report that JNJ-26990990 and its S,S-dioxide analog significantly ...

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Phototriggered release of amine from a cucurbituril macrocycle

04-May-2016 | J. Vázquez; M. A. Romero; R. N. Dsouza; U. Pischel, Chemical Communication, 2016

A method for the phototriggered release of a biogenic amine from the host–guest complex with the cucurbit[7]uril macrocycle in aqueous solution was devised. The approach exploits a photoinduced pH jump from 8 to 5, combined with the pH-dependent switching of the competitive capacity of a guest ...

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Dominant Factors Limiting Optical Gain in Layered Two-Dimensional Halide Perovskites Thin Films

04-May-2016 | Wee Kiang Chong; Krishnamurthy Thirumal; David Giovanni; Teck Wee Goh; Xuefeng Liu; Nripan Mathews; Subodh Gautam Mh ..., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016

Semiconductors are the ubiquitous gain media for coherent light sources. Solution-processed three-dimensional (3D) halide perovskites (e.g., CH3NH3PbI3) with their outstanding room temperature optical gain properties is the latest member of this family. Their two-dimensional (2D) layered ...

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The effects of chondroitin sulfate and serum albumin on the fibrillation of human islet amyloid polypeptide at phospholipid membranes

04-May-2016 | Yang Li; Li Wang; Tong Lu; Ying Wei; Fei Li, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016

Glycosaminoglycans and serum albumin are important cellular components that regulate the fibril formation of proteins. Whereas the effects of cellular components on the fibrillation of amyloid proteins in bulk solution are widely studied, less attention has been paid to the effects of cellular ...

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A New Insight into the Isotropic - Nematic Phase Transition in Lyotropic Solutions of Semiflexible Polymers: Density-Functional Theory Tested by Molecular Dynamics

04-May-2016 | Sergei Egorov; Andrey Ivanov Milchev; Peter Virnau; Kurt Binder, Soft Matter, 2016

Semiflexible polymers in solution are studied for a wide range of both contour length $L$ and persistence length $\ell_p$ as function of monomer concentration under good solvent conditions. Both density-functional theory (DFT) and Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulation methods are used, and very good ...

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Amperometric detection of cholesterol using cobalt (II) chloride as an electrocatalyst in aprotic media

02-May-2016 | Author(s): Alisa N. Kozitsina, Andrei V. Okhokhonin, Anatoly I. Matern, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2016

Publication date: 1 July 2016 Source:Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Volume 772 Author(s): Alisa N. Kozitsina, Andrei V. Okhokhonin, Anatoly I. Matern The determination of cholesterol concentration in the blood is an important characteristic of the state of health. Modern ...

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A study on corrosion and deactivation mechanism of Pt/Nb anodes in sodium chlorate containing solution using EIS

02-May-2016 | Author(s): M. Noori, K. Jafarzadeh, A. Kashi, G.H. Shirafkan, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2016

Publication date: 1 July 2016 Source:Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Volume 772 Author(s): M. Noori, K. Jafarzadeh, A. Kashi, G.H. Shirafkan Due to their high price, the corrosion resistance and lifetime of Pt/Nb anodes, which are usually manufactured through an ...

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