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Last Updated: 11 January 2023

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Stereoselective Chiral Molecular Carbon Imides Featuring 12-Fold [5]helicenes Around Four Cores.

Given the significant progress made in research into molecular carbons containing multiple helicenes around one core, it's still a challenge to realize that carbons containing multiple helicenes around one core is still a daunting challenge. Herein, molecular carbon C 204 with 12-fold [5]helicenes around four cores was produced using nine perylene diimide units, and the product shows excellent solubility and stability. These findings show that selecting PDIs as building blocks will not only increase the solubility and stability, but also recognize molecular carbon's stereoselectivity and chirality.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36357324


Atomically precise Ni 6 (SC 2 H 4 Ph) 12 nanoclusters on graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets for boosting photocatalytic hydrogen evolution.

The electrostatic interaction between Ni 6 and g-C 3 N 4 caused the emergence of Ni 6 /g-C 3 N 4, according to Zeta's preliminary results, which culminated in the development of Ni 6 /g-C 3 N 4. The visible-light hydrogen production rate in the system with triethanolamine as the sacrifice agent was up to 5. 87 mmol -1 g -1, nearly 290 times higher than pure g-C 3 N 4's. Density functional theory results confirmed that the above significant rise in photocatalytic hydrogen evolution of the hybrid photocatalyst arose from the photogenerated electron transfer from Ni 6 to g-C 3 N 4.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36375301

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