Angewandte Spotlights on our Sister Journals Chemie Polymorphism M. I. Tamboli, D. P. Karothu, M. S. Shashidhar,R.G.Gonnade,* P. Naumov* Effect of Crystal Packing on the Thermosalient Effect of the Pincer-Type Diester Naphthalene-2,3-diyl-bis(4-fluorobenzoate): ANew Class II Thermosalient Solid In top form:Form Iofpentamorphic naphthalene-2,3-diyl-bis(4-fluoro- benzoate) (2)undergoes areversible phase transition to form IV fol- lowed by athermosalient effect, whereby the crystals jump or burst. The effect is due to reversible closing and opening of the arms of the diester molecules in atweezer-like action. Form III also undergoes a reversible phase transition;however,itisnot thermosalient. Form II is Chem. Eur.J. adisappearing polymorph. DOI: 10.1002/chem.201705586 Photochemistry K. Petridis,* G. Kakavelakis, M. M. Stylianakis, E. Kymakis* Graphene-Based Inverted Planar Perovskite Solar Cells: Advancements, Fundamental Challenges, and Prospects Turning previous work on its head:Metal halide based perovskite solar cells (PSCs) are considered among the most promising photo- voltaic technologies (see figure). The high performance and low fabri- cation cost make this technology competitive with that of state-of-the- art thin-film photovoltaics, but there are still challenges to overcome. Progress within the last two years in the field of graphene-based Chem. Asian J. inverted planar PSCs is summarized. DOI: 10.1002/asia.201701626 Protein–Protein Interactions M. Ehlers, J.-N. Grad, S. Mittal, D. Bier,M.Mertel,
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