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ChemInform Abstract: Arc‐Melting to Narrow the Bandgap of Oxide Semiconductors.

16.07.2015 | Gang Ou, Dongke Li, Wei Pan, Qinghua Zhang, Ben Xu, Lin Gu, Cewen Nan, Hui Wu, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract The band gaps of oxide semiconductors including Cu2O, ZnO, Y2O3, ZrO2, Nb2O5, In2O3, SnO2, GeO2, and WO3 are reduced significantly after rapid arc‐melting followed by cooling to room temperature within a few seconds.


ChemInform Abstract: Very Low Temperature Wet‐Chemistry Colloidal Routes for Mono‐ and Polymetallic Nanosized Crystalline Inorganic Compounds

16.07.2015 | Paolo Dolcet, Stefano Diodati, Maurizio Casarin, Silvia Gross, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract Review: 144 refs.


ChemInform Abstract: Hybrid One‐Dimensional 15‐Crown‐5‐ether‐uranyl‐selenate Polymers in [K@(C10H20O5)] [(UO2)(SeO4)(HSeO4)(H2O)]: Synthesis and Characterization.

16.07.2015 | Vladislav V. Gurzhiy, Olga S. Tyumentseva, Sergey V. Krivovichev, Ivan G. Tananaev, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract Yellow‐green prismatic crystals of the title compound are obtained from an aqueous solution containing UO2(NO3)2, K2C2O4, H2SeO4, and 15‐crown‐5 by evaporation at room temperature.


ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of Sulfonamides via I2‐Mediated Reaction of Sodium Sulfinates with Amines in an Aqueous Medium at Room Temperature.

02.07.2015 | Xiaojun Pan, Jian Gao, Juan Liu, Junyi Lai, Huanfeng Jiang, Gaoqing Yuan, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract Compared with previous studies, the introduced procedure has the advantages of simplicity, environmentally friendliness, and low costs.


ChemInform Abstract: Sulfonamide Formation from Sodium Sulfinates and Amines or Ammonia under Metal‐Free Conditions at Ambient Temperature.

02.07.2015 | Kai Yang, Miaolin Ke, Yuanguang Lin, Qiuling Song, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract A metal‐, base‐, ligand‐, and additive‐free protocol for the efficient construction of a variety of sulfonamides is developed.


ChemInform Abstract: AsCat and FurCat: New Pd Catalysts for Selective Room‐Temperature Stille Cross‐Couplings of Benzyl Chlorides with Organostannanes.

25.06.2015 | Thomas O. Ronson, Jonathan R. Carney, Adrian C. Whitwood, Richard J. K. Taylor, Ian J. S. Fairlamb, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract Succinimide‐based palladium complex catalysts with either triphenylarsenic or trifuranylphospine ligands are used for the coupling of organostannanes with benzyl halogenides at ambient temperature.


ChemInform Abstract: (Diacetoxyiodo)benzene‐Mediated Oxygenation of Benzylic C(sp3)‐H Bonds with N‐Hydroxyamides at Room Temperature.

25.06.2015 | Peng‐Cheng Qian, Yu Liu, Ren‐Jie Song, Ming Hu, Xu‐Heng Yang, Jian‐Nan Xiang, Jin‐Heng Li, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract A new and general, catalyst‐free strategy for the formation of C(sp3)—O bonds is established by iodosobenzene diacetate‐mediated oxygenation of benzylic C(sp3)—H bonds with N‐hydroxyamides.


ChemInform Abstract: A Novel Green Protocol for Ligand Free Suzuki—Miyaura Cross‐Coupling Reactions in WEB at Room Temperature.

25.06.2015 | Preeti Rekha Boruah, Abdul Aziz Ali, Bishwajit Saikia, Diganta Sarma, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract Water extract of banana peel ash (WEB) is employed in ligand‐free Suzuki—Miyaura cross‐coupling reactions.


ChemInform Abstract: Visible‐Light‐Photocatalyzed Metal‐Free C—H Heteroarylation of Heteroarenes at Room Temperature: A Sustainable Synthesis of Biheteroaryls.

25.06.2015 | Pintu Maity, Debasish Kundu, Brindaban C. Ranu, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract An efficient C—H heteroarylation of heteroarenes is achieved through visible‐light photoredox‐catalyzed diazotization of heteroarylamines in situ by tBuONO at room temperature.


ChemInform Abstract: Room Temperature Ionic Liquid‐Based Electrolytes as an Alternative to Carbonate‐Based Electrolytes

25.06.2015 | Taeeun Yim, Mi‐Sook Kwon, Junyoung Mun, Kyu Tae Lee, ChemInform, 2015

Abstract Review: [60 refs.


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