Herein, two photocatalytic chloride oxidation pathways that involve either one- or consecutive two-photon excitation of N-phenylphenothiazine (PTH) are presented.
Herein, an easily synthesized polymer HTM poly[(phenyl)imino[9-(2-ethylhexyl)carbazole]-2,7-diyl] (CzAn) with a shallow highest occupied molecular orbital (HOMO) level of −4.95 eV is used in a p-i-n structure, methylammonium-free, Sn–Pb PSC to replace PEDOT:PSS.
We identify a formyltransferase gvgI that is required for the production of FVG and characterize the activity of this enzyme in vitro toward amino acids with a side chain amine.
Here, we report the results of a blind benchmark study assessing eleven analysis tools used to infer kinetic rate constants from smFRET trajectories.
Herein, we present the A-g-B brush-like graft copolymer platform as a framework for fabrication of materials with independently tunable softness and firmness, capable of reaching a strength of ∼10 MPa on par with stress-supporting tissues such as blood vessel, muscle, and skin.
In this paper, an additional PTQ10 homojunction hole transport layer (HTL) is introduced into PTQ10:Y6 OPVs via a simple and effective transfer lamination method.
We show that the 5′-UTR of NM_000295.4 folds into a well-defined multi-helix structural domain. We systematically destabilized mRNA structure across the NM_000295.4 5′-UTR, and measured changes in (SHAPE quantified) RNA structure and cap-dependent translation relative to a native-sequence reporter.
The condensative cyclization of sp3 C–O bonds in per-silylated hexitols is investigated by computation.
Herein, we report a class of polymer networks with a synergistic combination of ionic and fluorous components that serve as granular materials for the removal of anionic PFAS from water.
We herein present a systematic study of PPA structure-assembly relationships. PPAs containing oligo(ethyl acrylate) and random-coil peptides were used to determine the role of oligomer molecular weight, dispersity, peptide length, and charge density on self-assembly.