Feb. 13, 2017ScienceChemistry & Physics
Chemists today profit from the steadily growing number of tools and procedures in organic chemistry to build their molecule of choice. The deep understanding of the relation between electronic structure and reactivity as well as mechanisms ...
Feb. 12, 2017ScienceChemistry & Physics
For centuries diffraction was believed to set the fundamental limit to optical microscopy, so that structures below about half the wavelength of light cannot be resolved. In the last ten years, however, a variety of approaches has been ...
Feb. 11, 2017ScienceChemistry & Physics
Arne Wittstock1, Gunther Wittstock2, Marcus Bäumer1,*
Nanoporous gold is a relatively new catalyst with great potential in heterogeneous gas and liquid phase catalysis and electrocatalysis. It is a sponge-like material with ligamen ...
Feb. 06, 2017ScienceChemistry & Physics
In this G.I.T. Cheat Sheet we give you an introduction into the method of Western blotting and present a protocol for the detection of proteins by means of antibodies and the detection with horseradish peroxidase (HRP, horseradish ...
Jan. 15, 2017ScienceChemistry & Physics
Thorsten Teutenberg1, Terence Hetzel1, Denise Loeker1, Juri Leonhardt1
Jan. 13, 2017ScienceChemistry & Physics
Besides impressive images from the nano world, the atomic force microscope (AFM) offers the possibility to measure mechanical properties of single polymer molecules. This research area is known as single molecule force spectroscopy. ...
Dec. 09, 2016ScienceChemistry & Physics
Biprajit Sarkar1 and Joris van Slageren2
Nov. 25, 2016ScienceChemistry & Physics
Introducing new technologies, especially in the field of techniques in analysis and chromatography, is not only about the technical development. It is always connected to establishing their position in the market or rather with the users. ...
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