Catalysis resources to help support research and instruction at Stanford.
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New cataly* articles by SU authors
Based on content indexed in the Web of Science, this RSS feed contains new articles by authors from Stanford University and SLAC.
- Cr(VI) reduction by Fe(II) sorbed to silica surfaces
- Histone lysine methyltransferases in biology and disease
- High rate and long cycle life in Li-O-2 batteries with highly efficient catalytic cathode configured with Co3O4 nanoflower
- Assessing computational predictions of the phenotypic effect of cystathionine-beta-synthase variants
- Computational Communication Science: A Methodological Catalyzer for a Maturing Discipline
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.
- Structural Evidence of Photoisomerization Pathways in Fluorescent Proteins
- A modular DNA scaffold to study protein-protein interactions at single-molecule resolution
- Synthesis of Modified Nucleoside Oligophosphates Simplified: Fast, Pure, and Protecting Group Free
- Unified Model for Photophysical and Electro-Optical Properties of Green Fluorescent Proteins
New Stanford Chemical Engineering Dept. theses
New Stanford Chemistry Dept. theses
Catalysis Journals @ Stanford
Browse current issues of catalysis and reaction engineering journals in BrowZine.
Use catalog records below to view ALL journals at Stanford with the subject heading Catalysis--Periodicals.
New books with "catalysis" in the title
Weigand, Wolfgang, and Philippe Schollhammer. 2015. Bioinspired catalysis: metal-sulfur complexes.
Tao, Feng, William F. Schneider, and Prashant V. Kamat. 2015. Heterogeneous catalysis at nanoscale for energy applications.
Ananikov, Valentine P., and Vincenzo Barone. 2015. Understanding organometallic reaction mechanisms and catalysis: computational and experimental tools.
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For chemists in both academia and industry as well as those working in the fine chemical and pharmaceutical industry." (Publisher's description)