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Royal Society of Chemistry United Kingdom
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Chemical Science focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: catalytic, single, detection, h, metal, system, synthesis, supramolecular, route, recyclable, ...

Type: Journal

Type of Copyright: CC BY-NC

Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Access

Type of publications: NA

Publication frecuency: NA


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Aims and Scope

catalytic, single, detection, h, metal, system, synthesis, supramolecular, route, recyclable, efficient, aliphatic, carbon, lithium, prodrug, reaction, reactivity, amplification, ch, chemosensor, coordination, functionalized, interplay, iv, molecular, o, oxidation, polyoxometalatebased, chemistry, materials science, nanoscience

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A bismuth oxide/graphene oxide nanocomposite membrane showing super proton conductivity and low methanol permeability

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A designed second-sphere hydrogen-bond interaction that critically influences the O-O bond activation for heterolytic cleavage in ferric iron-porphyrin complexes

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A DNA-based parity generator/checker for error detection through data transmission with visual readout and an output-correction function

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A far-red emitting probe for unambiguous detection of mobile zinc in acidic vesicles and deep tissue

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A fluorescent methylation-switchable probe for highly sensitive analysis of FTO N6-methyladenosine demethylase activity in cells

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A high-spin square-planar Fe(ii) complex stabilized by a trianionic pincer-type ligand and conclusive evidence for retention of geometry and spin state in solution

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A new quinoxaline-containing peptide induces apoptosis in cancer cells by autophagy modulation

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Alkyl-nitrile adlayers as probes of plasmonically induced electric fields

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Atmospheric-pressure ionization and fragmentation of peptides by solution-cathode glow discharge

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ATP-responsive mitochondrial probes for monitoring metabolic processes of glioma stem cells in a 3D model

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Benchmarking the acceleration of materials discovery by sequential learning

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beta-NiS modified CdS nanowires for photocatalytic H2 evolution with exceptionally high efficiency

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Bronsted acid-catalyzed skeletal rearrangements in polycyclic conjugated boracycles: a thermal route to a ladder diborole

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Carbon monoxide coupling and functionalisation at a simple uranium coordination complex

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Catalytic enantioselective arylative cyclizations of alkynyl 1,3-diketones by 1,4-rhodium(i) migration

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Cationic porphyrins are tunable gatekeepers of the 20S proteasome

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Compartmentalized cross-linked enzymatic nano-aggregates (c-CLEnA) for efficient in-flow biocatalysis

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Configurationally stable, enantioenriched organometallic nucleophiles in stereospecific Pd-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions: an alternative approach to asymmetric synthesis

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Construction of highly functionalized carbazoles via condensation of an enolate to a nitro group

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Controlled inhibition of methyltransferases using photoswitchable peptidomimetics: towards an epigenetic regulation of leukemia

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Copper-catalyzed diastereoselective aerobic intramolecular dehydrogenative coupling of hydrazones via sp3C-H functionalization

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Correction: Tuning radical interactions in trisradical tricationic complexes by varying host-cavity sizes

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Diffusion and reactivity in ultraviscous aerosol and the correlation with particle viscosity

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