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09
Feb 2024
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Accuracy limit of chemical shift predictions for species in aqueous solution

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.: Accurate predictions of chemical shifts of species in aqueous solution are possible by combining ab initio molecular dynamics simulations with quantum-mechanical solvation models.

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18
Jan 2024
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Capturing Microsecond Timescale Dynamics

Angew. Chem.Int. Ed.: RESOLV researchers present a solid-state NMR approach to detect symmetric motions of bound ligands

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12
Jan 2024
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Switchable coordination cages

Nat. Chem.: Stimuli-responsive molecules/materials change shape or function under external influences, crucial for intelligent materials like switchable catalysts and bioimaging probes. Light, a key stimulus, allows for waste-free and precise control of processes.

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22
Dec 2023
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Novel Catalyst System for CO2 Conversion

Cell Rep Phys Sci.:Researchers are constantly pushing the limits of technology by breaking new ground in CO2 conversion. Their goal is to turn the harmful greenhouse gas into a valuable resource.

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20
Dec 2023
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When the Cellular Waste Collector Doesn’t Show Up

Researchers have identified a mechanism that promotes the breakdown of harmful protein deposits. If it malfunctions, it can lead to Parkinson’s disease.

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04
Dec 2023
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This is how protein aggregates can trigger neurodegenerative diseases

It’s quite obvious that they are involved. The latest findings show one possible way

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02
Oct 2023
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Water makes all the difference

Water is a major driving force in the formation of separate reaction compartments within cells.

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15
Aug 2023
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Cover Picture: Electrochemical Aldehyde Oxidation at Gold Electrodes: gem-Diol, non-Hydrated Aldehyde, and Diolate as Electroactive Species

In aqueous electrolytes, aldehydes exist in three forms: The non-hydrated aldehyde, the diol, and the diolate. This studiy show that all three species exhibit electroactivity. Hence, it is possible to formulate approaches for addressing the OH−-induced decomposition of aldehydes during the electrochemical oxidation of aldehydes.

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08
Aug 2023
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Featured in Nature Communications - Editorial Highlights

In collaborative cooperation, three RESOLV groups show how to alter the chirality dynamics of a single molecule through tip-induced van der Waals interactions.

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21
Jul 2023
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Detection of bacteria and viruses with fluorescent nanotubes

J. Am. Chem. Soc: The new sensor design resembles a molecular toolbox that can be used to quickly assemble sensors for a variety of purposes.

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