Herein, we demonstrate the β-functionalization of saturated aza-heterocycles enabled by a two-step organic photoredox catalysis approach.
Here, we demonstrate how to obtain these parameters from the concentration dependence of solution viscosity. The centerpiece of this approach is the scaling relationship between solution correlation length (blob size) ξ = lgν/B and the number of monomers per correlation blob g for polymers with monomer projection length l.
We review quantitative, wet-experiment based efforts aimed at understanding how and why high concentrations of small molecules, synthetic polymers, biologically relevant cosolutes and the interior of living cells affect the energetics of protein-protein interactions.
We describe the observation and quantification of immiscible solvent entrapment on a carbonaceous electrode surface using microscopy-coupled electrogenerated chemiluminescence (ECL).
Here, we combine optical microscopy, single-entity electrochemistry, and numerical simulations to elucidate the dynamic motion of graphene nanoplatelets at a gold ultramicroelectrode (radius ∼5 μm).
We expand the concept of natural transition orbitals in the context of real-time time-dependent density functional theory (RT-TDDFT) and show its application in practical calculations.
We develop an approach based on the scaling relationship between the solution correlation length ξ = lgν/B and the number of monomers per correlation blob g for polymers with the monomer projection length l.
We use a combination of scaling analysis, random phase approximation (RPA) calculations, and coarse-grained molecular dynamics (MD) simulations to elucidate properties of graft polymers with a bimodal distribution of side chains in a melt.
A fluorescence microscopy study demonstrated the utility of these NO-releasing CQDs as dual NO-releasing and bioimaging probes.
Herein, Amaranthus tricolor aerial tissue was profiled via MS-based proteomics/peptidomics, identifying AMPs predicted in silico. Bottom-up proteomics identified seven novel peptides spanning three AMP classes including lipid transfer proteins, snakins, and a defensin.