T1 - Solid-liquid phase alkylation of n-heterocycles

XRD patterns of NaYbF4, 2%Tm nanocrystals fabricated under diffrent conditions: (a) 30mL BmFimPF6. (b) 30 mL BmimPF6 and 50mol% Gd(oleate)3. (c) 30 mL BmimPF6, 30mol% Gd(oleate)3 and excess sodium oleate. (d) 30 mL BmFimPF6 and 30mol% Gd(oleate)3. (e) 30 mL BmimPF6, 25mol% Gd(oleate)3. (f) 30 mL BmimPF6, 25mol% Gd(oleate)3 and excess sodium oleate. The peaks marked with a cubic box refer to cubic-phase NaYbF4.

T1 - Liquid-phase synthesis of olefins from methanol with cobalt catalysts

We are currently exploring the scope and the potential of microwave assisted liquid-phase synthesis by extending this approach to other IL-phases transformations.

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T1 - Bismuth seed-assisted liquid-phase synthesis of germanium telluride nanowires

Scheme 1. Synthesis of phenolic precursors toamido-ester twist agentsThe two new LCs differ byonly four hydrogens and both exhibit a number of different smectic phases.

Large scale, liquid phase synthesis of oligonucleotides …

Chiral nematic liquid crystals (LCs) arethe most commercially exploited of the LC phases and are the active organiccomponent in the majority of LC display technologies.

Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Ba2V2O7 Phosphor Powders …

()ONE of the most exciting recent developments in peptide synthesis is theintroduction of the solid phase method1 which facilitatesrapid synthesis of peptides by the elimination of tedious purificationsteps.

A New Liquid-Phase Method for the Synthesis of …

GeTe (GT) nanowires (NWs) were successfully synthesized using Bi seeds by a low-temperature solution-based process. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images show formation of straight and cylindrical shaped GT NWs together with spherical shaped Te particles. GT NWs were ∼50-100 nm in diameter and ∼2 μm in length. X-ray diffraction (XRD) patterns of as-prepared samples show formation of hexagonal Te, orthorhombic GeTe, and amorphous phase in the samples. The [008] growth of orthorhombic GeTe NWs was identified using high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) and selected area electron diffraction (SAED). Ostwald ripening was proposed as a growth mechanism of GT NWs. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) results on the samples reveal an apparently decreased melting point of GT.

Solid, liquid and gas phase synthesis of nanomaterials

A liquid-phase synthesis of inorganic phosphor materials at a moderate temperature was proposed by using immiscible liquid-liquid biphasic systems. A self-activated Ba2V2O7 phosphor was actually synthesized from vanadium alkoxide dissolved in an organic solution and barium acetate in an aqueous solution. A mild hydrolysis reaction of the alkoxide started at the organic-inorganic interface, and an intermediate compound, Ba(VO3)2·H2O, was initially formed. Ba2V2O7 powders were then obtained by the conversion from Ba(VO3)2·H2O promoted in the aqueous solution. Ba2V2O7 films were obtained on surface-modified silica glass substrates through the similar chemical reactions. Factors such as the surface state of substrates, the kind of organic solvents, and the volume of aqueous solutions were examined to improve the film deposition behavior. The resultant Ba2V2O7 materials showed broad-band visible photoluminescence upon irradiation with ultraviolet light based on the charge transfer transition in the VO4 3- units existing as dimers.