Inorganic Chemistry

25 Novel Silica-Encapsulated Cu–Al Hydrotalcite Catalyst: Oxidative Decarboxylation of Vanillyl Mandelic Acid to Vanillin in Water at Atmospheric Pressure.

24 The flavouring, perfume and pharmaceutical industries rely on the selective hydrogenation of α,β-unsaturated aldehydes to generate unsaturated alcohols; here, a new type of highly selective catalyst is described in which platinum nanoparticles are sandwiched between a core and a shell of a metal−organic framework.

23 Enhanced electrocatalytic CO2 reduction via field-induced reagent concentration.

22 Accelerated crystallization of zeolites via hydroxyl free radicals.

21 Stable amorphous georgeite as a precursor to a high-activity catalyst.

20 Palladium-tin catalysts for the direct synthesis of H2O2 with high selectivity.

19 Nanoscale intimacy in bifunctional catalysts for selective conversion of hydrocarbons.

18 Chemical structure imaging of a single molecule by atomic force microscopy at room temperature.

17 Microporous metal–organic framework with dual functionalities for highly efficient removal of acetylene from ethylene/acetylene mixtures.

16 A hybrid absorption–adsorption method to efficiently capture carbon.

15 Efficient selective and atom economic catalytic conversion of ​glycerol to ​lactic acid.

14 Multifunctional organoboron compounds for scalable natural product synthesis.

13 Ammonia synthesis by N2 and steam electrolysis in molten hydroxide suspensions of nanoscale Fe2O3.

12 Direct synthesis of formic acid from carbon dioxide by hydrogenation in acidic media.

11 Fabrication of crystals from single metal atoms.

10 In Situ Imaging of Silicalite-1 Surface Growth Reveals the Mechanism of Crystallization.

9 Controlled multistep synthesis in a three-phase droplet reactor.

8 Photocurrent generation based on a light-driven proton pump in an artificial liquid membrane.

7 Unexpected Stable Stoichiometries of Sodium Chlorides.

6 Catalytic conversion of nitrogen to ammonia by an iron model complex.

5 Synthesis of ammonia directly from air and water at ambient temperature and pressure.

4 Synthesis of Self-Pillared Zeolite Nanosheets by Repetitive Branching.

3 A low-cost 3D printer is used to combine chemical reactions and the reactor to produce an active ‘reactionware’ system for organic and inorganic synthesis. Active elements such as catalysts can be incorporated into the walls of printed reactors, and other printed-in components that enable electrochemical and spectroscopic analysis can also be included.

2 Structure and catalytic properties of the most complex intergrown zeolite ITQ-39 determined by electron crystallography.

1 One-Pot Noninjection Synthesis of Cu-Doped ZnxCd1-xS Nanocrystals with Emission Color Tunable over Entire Visible Spectrum.

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