Here, we show that oxo and nitrido complexes of molybdenum supported by tetramesitylporphyrin (TMP) are effective precatalysts for catalytic N2 reduction to ammonia, verified by 15N2 labeling studies and other control experiments.
Here, we disclose a mild organophotoredox-catalyzed method for efficient cyanation of a broad spectrum of electron-rich arenes, including abundant and readily available veratroles and pyrogallol trimethyl ethers.
In this Account, the development of design principles for achieving cation-controlled catalysis is described.
To resolve the effect of crowding on protein stability, we use 19F nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to follow the reversible, two-state unfolding thermodynamics of the N-terminal Src homology 3 domain of the Drosophila signal transduction protein drk in the presence of polyethylene glycols (PEGs) of various molecular weights and concentrations.
Here, we use simultaneous environmental chamber measurements of multiple parameters governing IEPOX-SOA formation at timescales of ∼hours: particle size distribution, composition, and volatility of IEPOX-SOA to constrain the key parameters governing IEPOX-SOA formation under humid (i.e., 50% relative humidity, RH) and varying seed aerosol acidity conditions.
Herein, we develop a precise additive-free PSA design platform that predictably leverages polymer network architecture to empower comprehensive control over adhesive performance.
Here we report Si-based PSRs by synthesizing high-photovoltage multijunction Si nanowires (SiNWs) that are co-functionalized to catalytically split water.
Through a Langevin dynamics simulation of a ligand-receptor sensor in a bath of ligands, we demonstrate that a binary-state receptor can simultaneously encode multiple independent environmental variables, such as ligand concentration and the speed of media flow.
We synthesized a panel of polymeric catalysts containing a novel triphenylphosphine acrylamide monomer and investigated how their properties impact the rate of a model Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling reaction.
Using a model system of poly(ethylene glycol) methacrylate-based thermoresponsive lower critical solution temperature (LCST) copolymers, we explored the impact of composition and stimulus path on nonequilibrium thermal hysteretic behavior.