Invited for the cover of Chemistry a European Journal,the groups of Michael Shatruk at Florida State University, Andrei Rogalev at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, and colleagues depict their work demonstrating that formal charges become inadequate when one deals with metallic systems with delocalized bonding.
Florida State University researchers Biwu Ma, Kenneth Hanson and Hanwei Gao have a few things in common. Several things, actually.
C&EN Chemistry in Pictures showcasing emission from CsPbBr3 nanocrystals created by the Nienhaus group.
The Hanson research group performs a photochemical separation of ruthenium and iron using blue and red light, respectively.
Top-Down Mass Spectrometry in Clinical Diagnosis? A Potentially Less Invasive Approach for Plasma Cell Disorders Classification
The Marshall group has exploited 21 tesla Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry to benchmark top-down MS/MS de novo sequencing of M protein from serum.
The Kennemur research group has developed methods to manipulate polymers in a way that changes their fundamental structure, paving the way for potential applications in cargo delivery and release, recyclable materials, shape-shifting soft robots, antimicrobials and more.
FSU researchers use light to transform a racemic ligands into one of its enantiomers by way of excited state proton transfer.
The Sang group identified a series of cancer-causing driver gene mutations and discovered that medulloblastoma is perhaps an even more dynamic and variable tumor than expected.
FSU researchers analyzed data from more than 1,000 breast cancer patients and found that breast cancer behaves differently than other cancers that are currently treated with immunotherapy.
C&EN Chemistry in Pictures is showcasing Pam Knoll’s polarization microscopy image of Sr-based biomorphs.