Photocatalytic degradation of industrial acrylonitrile wastewater by F–S–Bi–TiO2 catalyst of ultrafne nanoparticles dispersed with SiO2 under natural sunlight
Strategies for acrylonitrile industrial wastewater photodegradation with F-S-Bi-TiO2/SiO2 ultrafine nanoparticles under natural or simulated sunlight irradiation
To gain deeper insights into the old questions about the influence of water on radiation interaction with DNA, new spectroscopic techniques had to be applied.
The "forbidden" alkene regioisomer during The Mizoroki–Heck coupling reaction of acrylates and styrenes, i.e. the alpha coupling product, is now achieved by employing substrate– or zeolite–hindered chemical enviroments with palladium single atom and sub–nanometric cluster catalysts.
The Fletcher group has previously developed a Rh-catalysed asymmetric Suzuki-Miyaura type cross-coupling of racemic halides with arylboronic acids. Here, we explore the mechanism of this highly enantioselective transformation (https://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41929-021-00589-y).