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Back cover Showcasing research from the laboratories of Professor Elena As featured in: Jakubikova, Department of Chemistry, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, USA and Professor Jeremy M. Smith, Department of Chemistry, Indiana University, Bloomington IN, USA. A fl exible, redox-active macrocycle enables the electrocatalytic reduction of nitrate to ammonia by a cobalt complex A combined experimental and computational investigation provides insight into the electrocatalytic reduction of nitrate to ammonia in aqueous solution. The reduced macrocycle ligand plays an important role in N-O bond cleavage by directly transferring a single electron to the bound nitrate substrate, activating it for further reactions. The macrocycle provides a combination of redox noninnocence, hydrogen-bonding functionality and fl exibility in coordination mode See Elena Jakubikova, that are critical for nitrate reduction. These results provide guidelines Jeremy M. Smith et al., for the further development of electrocatalysts for the reduction of Chem. Sci., 2018, 9, 4950. nitrate, a widespread environmental pollutant that originates from ammonia fertilizer. rsc.li/chemical-science Registered charity number: 207890 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Chemical Science Royal Society of Chemistry

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Chemical Science , Volume 9 (22): 1 – Jun 6, 2018
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Showcasing research from the laboratories of Professor Elena As featured in: Jakubikova, Department of Chemistry, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, USA and Professor Jeremy M. Smith, Department of Chemistry, Indiana University, Bloomington IN, USA. A fl exible, redox-active macrocycle enables the electrocatalytic reduction of nitrate to ammonia by a cobalt complex A combined experimental and computational investigation provides insight into the electrocatalytic reduction of nitrate to ammonia in aqueous solution. The reduced macrocycle ligand plays an important role in N-O bond cleavage by directly transferring a single electron to the bound nitrate substrate, activating it for further reactions. The macrocycle provides a combination of redox noninnocence, hydrogen-bonding functionality and fl exibility in coordination mode See Elena Jakubikova, that are critical for nitrate reduction. These results provide guidelines Jeremy M. Smith et al., for the further development of electrocatalysts for the reduction of Chem. Sci., 2018, 9, 4950. nitrate, a widespread environmental pollutant that originates from ammonia fertilizer. rsc.li/chemical-science Registered charity number: 207890

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