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Jun 14 2019

techniques de l'ingénieur [POMAM]

Résumé : Les propriétés magnétiques des matériaux sont exploitées dans de nombreuses applications : des plus classiques, composants électromécaniques, enregistrement magnétique, aux plus élaborées et futuristes, comme la réfrigération magnétique ou l'électronique de spin. Cet article introduit a notion de Liquide Ionique (LI) avec son extension aux composés incorporant des ions magnétiques...[more]

Jun 14 2019

Inorg. Chem. [POMAM]

Abstract : Two trinuclear CuII pyrazolato complexes with a Cu3(μ3-E)-core (E = O2– or OH–) and terminal nitrite ligands in two coordination modes were characterized crystallographically, spectroscopically, and electrochemically. One-electron oxidation of the μ3-O species produces a delocalized, mixed-valent, formally CuII2CuIII-nitrite, but no nitrate. In contrast, under reducing...[more]

May 29 2019

Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry [SOPhy]

Abstract : An operationally simple synthesis of activated ynesulfonamides and enesulfonamides is described.  Ynesulfonamides can be obtained through reaction of sulfonylamides with activated bromoalkynes and Triton B in a short time at room temperature. Likewise, terminal alkynes react with sulfonylamides to provide enesulfonamides. Z/E enesulfonamides can be transformed exclusively into E...[more]

May 2 2019

Metallomics [BCB, POMAM]

Summary: Thiosemicarbazones (TSCs) are a class of strong metal ion ligands, which are currently being investigated for several applications, such as anticancer treatment. In addition to these ligands only, which exert their activity upon interaction with metal ions in cells, preformed metal–TSC complexes are also widely studied, predominantly with the essential metal ions iron, copper and zinc....[more]

Apr 10 2019

Microchemical Journal [Biogéochimie Moléculaire]

Abstract : Plant exudates have been extensively used in the past for different applications related to their olfactory, physical or medical properties. Their identification in archaeological samples relies, notably, on the characterisation of chemotaxonomic molecular markers but is often hampered by the severe alteration of their typical genuine molecular signature due to ageing. Among these...[more]

Mar 15 2019

New book chapter [OMECA]

Non-noble metal catalysis: Molecular approaches and Reactions, Wiley-VCH, edited by Robertus Klein Gebbink and Marc-Etienne Moret, Utrecht University, The Netherlands. The study and development of new homogeneous catalysts based on first-row metals (Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, and Cu) has grown significantly due to the economic and environmental advantages that non-noble metals present. Base metals offer...[more]

Mar 12 2019

Chemical Reviews [LCC]

Abstract : The emergence of N-heterocyclic carbenes as ligands across the Periodic Table had an impact on various aspects of the coordination, organometallic, and catalytic chemistry of the 3d metals, including Cu, Ni, and Co, both from the fundamental viewpoint but also in applications, including catalysis, photophysics, bioorganometallic chemistry, materials, etc. In this review, the...[more]