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New Chem & ChemEng Faculty Publications
Updated weekly, below are new articles by faculty in Stanford's Chemistry Department and Chemical Engineering Department from the Web of Science (WoS) database. Only users with a current SUNet ID can view full WoS records.
- High performance top contact fused thiophene-diketopyrrolopyrrole copolymer transistors using a photolithographic metal lift-off process
- Ultrasound-guided delivery of microRNA loaded nanoparticles into cancer
- Learning from ribozymes
- Unidirectional Adsorption of Bifunctional 1,4-Phenylene Diisocyanide on the Ge(100)-2 x 1 Surface
- Accurate nonadiabatic quantum dynamics on the cheap: Making the most of mean field theory with master equations
- New Insights into Structure and Luminescence of Eu-III and Sm-III Complexes of the 3,4,3-L1(1,2-HOPO) Ligand
- Amine Oxidative N-Dealkylation via Cupric Hydroperoxide Cu-OOH Homolytic Cleavage Followed by Site-Specific Fenton Chemistry
- ALD of Ultrathin Ternary Oxide Electrocatalysts for Water Splitting
- Catalytic Efficiency Is a Function of How Rhodium(I) (5+2) Catalysts Accommodate a Conserved Substrate Transition State Geometry: Induced Fit Model for Explaining Transition Metal Catalysis
- ProPhenol-Catalyzed Asymmetric Additions by Spontaneously Assembled Dinuclear Main Group Metal Complexes
- Function through Synthesis-Informed Design
- Determining the rotational mobility of a single molecule from a single image: a numerical study
- Sequential "click'' functionalization of mesoporous titania for energy-relay dye enhanced dye-sensitized solar cells
Stanford University. Department of Chemistry. Theses.
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- Why do so many NFL players go bankrupt?
- Grooves let sperm, not pathogens, get ‘upstream’
- Bigger isn’t better for baboon rear ends
- How animals went from fins to legs to fins again
- Does watching CPR help loved ones cope?
- Team puts ‘weird’ grammar on the map
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