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Sep 17 2019

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. [POMAM]

Abstract : Spectral broadenings due to Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interactions (DMI) were assessed with respect to the decoherence they induce through increased spin–spin interactions, as the role of DMI in developing magnetoelectric spin-chirality qubits is gaining recognition. The structurally related spin triangles [Fe3O(PhCOO)6(py)3]ClO4·py (Fe3) and [Cr3O(PhCOO)6(py)3]ClO4·0.5py (Cr3) were...[more]

Jul 19 2019


Abstract : Two new trimetallic Cr‐Pd hemichelates containing a fluorenyl moiety and two trans arene‐bound Cr(CO)3 moieties were synthesized and fully characterized. Their molecular structures obtained by X‐ray diffraction analysis do not show major differences – in interatomic bond lengths within the Pd coordination sphere – when compared to previously reported bimetallic analogues. Theoretical...[more]

Jul 15 2019


Abstract : Nanostructures were built at the solid/liquid interface by self-assembly and/or coordination bonds. Metalloporphyrins bearing two external coordination sites and long alkyl chains allowed the self-assembly of the compounds on highly oriented pyrolitic graphite. After addition of a metal ion, long transition-metal linked porphyrin-nanoribbons were obtained and visualized by scanning...[more]

Jul 15 2019

Org. Biomol. Chem. [LSAMM]

Abstract: Despite the advantages of photodynamic therapy (PDT) over chemotherapy or radiotherapy such as low side effects, lack of treatment resistance and spatial selectivity inherent to light activation of the drug, several limitations especially related to the photosensitiser (PS) prevent PDT from becoming widespread in oncology. Herein, new folic acid- and biotin-conjugated PSs for...[more]

Jul 12 2019


Abstract : Gold(I) complexes containing monodentate PIII ligands built upon methylated α-cyclodextrins have been synthesized and assessed in the cycloisomerization of 1,6-enynes, two of the reactions studied involving prochiral substrates. Their performance was compared with that of previously reported mononuclear and dinuclear α- and β‐cyclodextrin-based AuI complexes. Enantiodiscrimination was...[more]

Jun 14 2019

Chem. Comm. [BCB] / [POMAM]

Abstract: Copper(II) forms well-known and stable complexes with peptides having histidine at position 2 (Xxx-His) or 3 (Xxx-Zzz-His). Their properties differ considerably due to the histidine positioning. Here we report that in the hybrid motif Xxx-His-His, the Cu(II)-complexes can be switched between the Xxx-His and the Xxx-Zzz-His coordination modes by addition of external...[more]

Jun 14 2019

Inorg. Chem. [BCB] / [POMAM]

Abstract : It was shown that His3 of human copper transporter 1 (hCtr1) prompts the ATCUN-like Cu(II) coordination for model peptides of the hCtr1 N-terminus. Its high Cu(II) affinity is a potential driving force for the transfer of Cu(II) from extracellular Cu(II) carriers to hCtr1. Having a sequence similar to that of hCtr1, hCtr2 has been proposed as another human copper transporter. However,...[more]