You can now browse the March issue of NJC on the website and read our latest Focus article by Jonathan S. Lindsey (North Carolina State University) on bacteriochlorins, the core chromophore of natural pigments that underlie light-absorption and energy transduction in photosynthetic bacteria.
Tapping the near-infrared spectral region with bacteriochlorin arrays,
Jonathan S. Lindsey, Olga Mass and Chih-Yuan Chen
New J. Chem., 2011, 35, 511-516
The Outside and Inside front covers highlight a Perspective article from Frank T. Edelmann (Otto-von-Guericke-University in Magdeburg) and an NJC Letter by David Farrusseng et al. (Institute of Research on Catalysis, IRCE Lyon), respectively.
Multiple-decker sandwich complexes of f-elements
Frank T. Edelmann,
New J. Chem., 2011, 35, 517-528
Guest-induced gate-opening of a zeolite imidazolate framework
Sonia Aguado, Gérard Bergeret, Marc Pera Titus, Virginie Moizan, Carlos Nieto-Draghi, Nicolas Bats and David Farrusseng
New J. Chem., 2011, 35, 546-550
We invite you to also take a look at some of the other 24 research papers and letters in this issue, covering topics as diverse as: peptidomimetics, nanoparticles, microwave-assisted organic synthesis, surface coating, fluorescent sensing, enzyme inhibition or supramolecular self-assembly.
Why not meet some of this month’s Authors and read their profile here.
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