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Frozen in the spotlight: Scientists develop catalyst that turns off when illuminated

This first-of-its-kind smart catalyst could facilitate the synthesis of sophisticated chemicals and new modes of photolithography

17-Jan-2022

Catalysts are compounds that enable and accelerate desired chemical reactions without themselves degrading and are pivotal in virtually all of applied chemistry. Over the past few decades, many researchers have sought to develop so-called ‘smart’ catalysts to facilitate the synthesis of ...

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A novel strategy to generate useful chiral compounds

Newly designed ligands for a catalytic reaction to synthesize drugs and useful compounds

01-Jul-2020

Currently, various therapeutic compounds in the market, such as proteins, enzymes, and amino acids, are "chiral compounds"--molecules with two structures that are "mirror" images of each other but cannot be superimposed. Although the two variants of the molecule, also called "enantiomers," are ...

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Scientists create world's first molecular transistor

05-Jan-2010

A group of scientists has succeeded in creating the first transistor made from a single molecule. The team, which includes researchers from Yale University and the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea, published their findings in the December 24 issue of the journal ...

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Going off on a tangent

11-Aug-2009

Ji-Woong Park, Jae-Suk Lee and colleagues from the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, investigated the structures formed when amphiphilic rod-coil block copolymers were dissolved in a solvent specific for the rod block of the copolymer. Park and colleagues have discovered that placing ...

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Nanotube-producing bacteria show manufacturing promise

Nanotubes may have high-tech applications, study involving UCR engineers reports

11-Dec-2007

Two engineers at the University of California, Riverside are part of a binational team that has found semiconducting nanotubes produced by living bacteria - a discovery that could help in the creation of a new generation of nanoelectronic devices. The research team believes this is the first time ...

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