Here, we report three separate ligand-based reaction mechanisms between oleate-capped PbS NCs and the exchange thiol ligand, undec-10-ene-1-thiol (UDT), and unveil how these three pathways are intertwined.
In this work, we present a strategy to implement the NEO method for periodic electronic structure calculations, particularly focused on multicomponent density functional theory (DFT).
Two glycosaminoglycan (GAG) biopolymers, hyaluronic acid (HA) and chondroitin sulfate (CS), were chemically modified via carbodiimide chemistry to facilitate the loading and release of nitric oxide (NO) to develop a multi-action wound healing agent.
We apply a scaling theory of semidilute polymer solutions to quantify solution properties of polysaccharides such as galactomannan, chitosan, sodium carboxymethyl cellulose, hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, methyl cellulose, xanthan, apple pectin, cellulose tris(phenyl carbamate), hydroxyethyl cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, sodium hyaluronate, sodium alginate, and sodium κ-carrageenan.
Herein, a competitive kinetic approach to quantify the stabilization of a halide ion toward oxidation imparted by specific stabilizing groups relative to a solvated halide ion is reported.
Herein, we show that the viscosity and morphology of initially core–shell (inorganic–organic) particles changed substantially after acid-catalyzed reactive uptake of isoprene epoxydiols (IEPOX), and that differences were highly dependent on VOC precursor (α-pinene, β-caryophyllene, isoprene, and toluene).
Herein, the kinetics for interfacial electron transfer from mesoporous transparent conductive oxide Tin-doped Indium Oxide (ITO) to four photoredox catalysts (PCs) were characterized in acetonitrile electrolytes.
We study the spatial and temporal changes to the excited holes generated in this ionization event using first-principles theory simulation.
In this review, we introduce the theory behind ePDF, describe common methods for data acquisition, and highlight recent advances in the ePDF technique, including its combination with cryo-electron microscopy, ultrafast TEM, and precession electron diffraction.
We report here a novel, frame-like nanostructured catalyst (Ni,Co)2P nanoframe (NF), which consists of heterostructured Ni2P–Co2P nanoparticles embedded in the N-doped carbon matrix.