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The three-step synthesis of new magnetic terpyridine-type ligand-protected gold-coated iron oxide nanoparticles (Fe 3 O 4 @Au-L) with an average size of 30 nm has been proposed, and their properties have been investigated.
4,6-Dinitrobenzo( c )isoxazole (4,6-dinitroanthranil) acts as a dienophile and heterodiene in (4 + 2)-cycloaddition reactions, and its behaviour in σ H -complex formation reactions has been examined.
New phosphorus-containing derivatives of natural chlorins have been synthesised.
Room-temperature imidazolium ionic liquids (Rmim)(X) (X = Br, BF 4 , NTf 2 ) as a reaction medium change the reaction course of phosphorus(III) acid esters with primary alkyl halides, aryl bromides, and propargyl bromide to afford hydrophosphoryl compounds, products of oxidation of the starting...
A possible mechanism of oxygen atom transfer from enantiopure oxaziridines 1 and 2 to 2-phenyl-1,3-dithiane is described.
Studies of N,N -pentamethylene- and N,N -oxydiethylene- N’,N’ -pentamethylenethiocarbamoylsulfenamide zinc(II) complexes by UV and NMR spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction showed the ligand coordination to the metal in a bidentate–chelate manner through the thionic sulfur atom and sulfenamide...
A phosphorus-containing fullerene derivative was successfully applied as an electron acceptor material in organic solar cells with power conversion efficiencies comparable to the values obtained using the state-of-the-art P3HT/PCBM composite system.
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