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Preparation of 2D material dispersions and their applications

20-Jun-2018 | Xingke Cai; Yuting Luo; Bilu Liu; Hui-Ming Cheng, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Extensive research on two-dimensional (2D) materials has triggered the renaissance of an old topic, that is, the intercalation and exfoliation of layer materials. Such top-down exfoliation produced 2D materials and their dispersions have several advantages including low cost, scalable production ...

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Omnipotent phosphorene: a next-generation, two-dimensional nanoplatform for multidisciplinary biomedical applications

12-Jun-2018 | Meng Qiu; Wen Xiu Ren; Taeho Jeong; Miae Won; Geun Young Park; David Kipkemoi Sang; Li-Ping Liu; Han Zhang; Jong Seu ..., Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Phosphorene, also known as single- or few-layer black phosphorus (FLBP), is a new member of the two-dimensional (2D) material family and has attracted significant attention in recent years for applications in optoelectronics, energy storage and biomedicine due to its unique physicochemical ...

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Pillararene-based self-assembled amphiphiles

12-Jun-2018 | Huacheng Zhang; Zhaona Liu; Yanli Zhao, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Pillararenes are a unique group of supramolecular macrocycles, presenting important features and potential applications on account of their intrinsic structural properties and functionality. Developing pillararene-based self-assembled amphiphiles (PSAs) is an efficient approach to translate ...

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Layered transition metal dichalcogenide electrochemistry: journey across the periodic table

12-Jun-2018 | Xinyi Chia; Martin Pumera, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Studies on layered transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), in particular for Group VIB TMDs like MoS2 and WS2, have long reached a crescendo in the realms of electrochemical applications initiated by their remarkable catalytic and electronic properties. One area that garnered considerable ...

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Externally controlled atom transfer radical polymerization

12-Jun-2018 | Xiangcheng Pan; Marco Fantin; Fang Yuan; Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Spatial and temporal regulations of ATRP by external stimuli are presented. Various ATRP techniques, eATRP, photoATRP, and mechanoATRP, are controlled by electrical current, light, and mechanical forces, respectively. Conversely, ARGET and SARA ATRP are controlled by chemical reducing agents. ...

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Molecularly imprinted polymers as receptor mimics for selective cell recognition

12-Jun-2018 | Jianming Pan; Wei Chen; Yue Ma; Guoqing Pan, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) have now earned the reputation as “artificial receptors” or “plastic antibodies”. As the mimics of natural receptors, MIPs are reminiscent of some basic functions of natural receptors in living systems, e.g., the ability to interact with or recognize cells. ...

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Covalent functionalization of two-dimensional group 14 graphane analogues

12-Jun-2018 | Warren L. B. Huey; Joshua E. Goldberger, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

The sp3-hybridized group 14 graphane analogues are a unique family of 2D materials in which every atom requires a terminal ligand for stability. Consequently, the optical, electronic, and thermal properties of these materials can be manipulated via covalent chemistry. Herein, we review the ...

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Catalytic enantioselective aldol reactions

06-Jun-2018 | Yasuhiro Yamashita; Tomohiro Yasukawa; Woo-Jin Yoo; Taku Kitanosono; Shū Kobayashi, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Recent developments in catalytic asymmetric aldol reactions have been summarized. Enantioselective aldol reactions are important methods to synthesize β-hydroxy carbonyl compounds in optical pure form, and as such, numerous successful chiral catalysts were designed and applied for asymmetric ...

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Relativistic time-dependent density functional theories

06-Jun-2018 | Wenjian Liu; Yunlong Xiao, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

The foundations, formalisms, technicalities, and practicalities of relativistic time-dependent density functional theories (R-TD-DFT) for spinor excited states of molecular systems containing heavy elements are critically reviewed. These include the four-component (4C) and exact two-component ...

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Semi-solid and solid frustrated Lewis pair catalysts

06-Jun-2018 | Yuanyuan Ma; Sai Zhang; Chun-Ran Chang; Zheng-Qing Huang; Johnny C. Ho; Yongquan Qu, Chemical Society Reviews, 2018

Recently discovered homogeneous frustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs) have attracted much attention for metal-free catalysis due to their promising potential for the activation of small molecules (e.g., H2, CO, CO2, NOx and many others). Hence, a wide range of these homogeneous FLPs have been extensively ...

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