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Supramolecular photochemistry: from molecular crystals to water-soluble capsules

22-10-2014 | V. Ramamurthy; Shipra Gupta, Chemical Society Reviews, 2014

Photochemical and photophysical behavior of molecules in supramolecular assemblies are different and more selective than in gas and isotropic solution phases. Knowledge of the inherent electronic and steric properties of the reactant is insufficient to predict the excited state behavior of ...

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Hydration of Cyanide Anion: An Ab Initio Quantum Mechanical Charge Field Molecular Dynamics Study

22-10-2014 | Syed Tarique Moin; Thomas Hofer, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014

This paper presents an ab initio quantum mechanical charge field molecular dynamics simulation study of the cyanide anion CN- in aqueous solution where hydrogen bond formation plays a dominant role in the hydration process. Preferential orientation of water hydrogens compared to oxygen atoms was ...

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Sol-gel deposited Cu2O and CuO thin films for photocatalytic water splitting

21-10-2014 | Yee-Fun Lim; Chin Sheng Chua; Coryl Jing Jun Lee; Dongzhi Chi, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014

Cu2O and CuO are attractive photocatalytic materials for water splitting due to their Earth-abundance and low cost. In this paper, we report the deposition of Cu2O and CuO thin films by a sol-gel spin-coating process. Sol-gel deposition has distinctive advantages such as low-cost solution ...

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Breathable properties of m‐Aramid nanofibrous membrane with high thermal resistance

18-10-2014 | Young Shin Park, Jong Wha Lee, Young Sik Nam, Won Ho Park, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2014

ABSTRACT Electrospinning of m‐aramid in dimethyl acetamide/LiCl solution was investigated to develop thermo‐resistant nanofibrous membranes for breathable waterproof materials. The m‐aramid nanofibers were continuously generated and densely mounted to the membrane without the blockage of the ...

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IJMS, Vol. 15, Pages 18742-18746: Marketing Netcoatings for Aquaculture

17-10-2014 | Martin, Robert J., International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2014

Unsustainable harvesting of natural fish stocks is driving an ever growing marine aquaculture industry. Part of the aquaculture support industry is net suppliers who provide producers with nets used in confining fish while they are grown to market size. Biofouling must be addressed in marine ...

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Selectivity and Isotope Effects in Hydronation of a Naked Aryl Anion

17-10-2014 | Charles L. Perrin; Gabriel J. Reyes-Rodríguez, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014

An aryl anion is produced by rapid addition of iodide to the p-benzyne diradical formed by cycloaromatization of an enediyne. The aryl anion is then hydronated (protonated or deuteronated) to form 1-iodotetrahydronaphthalene. Hydrons can be incorporated not only from water but also from such weak ...

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A general framework for the assessment of solar fuels technologies

15-10-2014 | Jeffrey A Herron; Jiyong Kim; Aniruddha Upadhye; George Huber; Christos T Maravelias, Energy & Environmental Science, 2014

The conversion of carbon dioxide and water into fuels in a solar refinery presents a potential solution for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, while providing a sustainable source of fuels and chemicals. Towards realizing such a solar refinery, there are many technological advances that must be ...

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An AIE active Y-shaped diimidazolylbenzene: aggregation and disaggregation for Cd2+ and Fe3+ sensing in aqueous solution

15-10-2014 | Chengming Li; Chao Gao; Jingbo Lan; Jingsong You; Ge Gao, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2014

A simple Y-shaped dimb with AIE property was designed and synthesized. It showed selective fluorescence turn-on toward Cd2+ ion in MeCN/water (2:8, v/v) through aggregation, and also selective fluorescence turn-off toward Fe3+ ion in MeCN/water (1:99, v/v) through disaggregation.

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Role of Internal Water on Protein Thermal Stability: The Case of Homologous G Domains

15-10-2014 | Obaidur Rahaman; Maria Kalimeri; Simone Melchionna; Jérôme Hénin; Fabio Sterpone, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2014

In this work, we address the question of whether the enhanced stability of thermophilic proteins has a direct connection with internal hydration. Our model systems are two homologous G domains of different stability: the mesophilic G domain of the elongation factor thermal unstable protein from ...

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Binding Hotspots of BAZ2B Bromodomain: Histone Interaction Revealed by Solution NMR Driven Docking

15-10-2014 | Fleur M. Ferguson; David M. Dias; João P. G. L. M. Rodrigues; Hans Wienk; Rolf Boelens; Alexandre M. J. J. Bonvin; C ..., Biochemistry, 2014

Bromodomains are epigenetic reader domains, which have come under increasing scrutiny both from academic and pharmaceutical research groups. Effective targeting of the BAZ2B bromodomain by small molecule inhibitors has been recently reported, but no structural information is yet available on the ...

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