Green Chemistry issue 6 is now available online

Issue 6 of Green Chemistry is now available to read online.

C3GC40388B cover imageThe front cover this month features work by Mihai Irimia-Vladu and co-workers from Linz, Austria. In their work, they report the use of the natural resin shellac in organic field-effect transistors. Biocompatible and sustainable electronic-grade materials such as shellac are integral for the development of electronics for biointegration and ‘use-and-throw’ applications.

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Natural resin shellac as a substrate and a dielectric layer for organic field-effect transistors
M. Irimia-Vladu, E.D. Głowacki, G. Schwabegger, L. Leonat, H.Z. Akpinar, H. Sitter, S. Bauer and N.S. Sariciftci  
Green Chem., 2013, 15, 1473-1476,  DOI: 10.1039/C3GC40388B


C3GC37141G cover imageThe inside front cover this month features work by Bert F. Sels and co-workers from Heverlee, Belgium. In their work, they look at how ordered porous inorganic–organic nanocomposites and nanohybrids enable the acquirement of tailor-made properties, resulting in highly performing catalysts for applications in fine chemistry and biomass conversion.

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Tailoring nanohybrids and nanocomposites for catalytic applications
F. de Clippel, M. Dusselier, S. Van de Vyver, L. Peng, P.A. Jacobs and B.F. Sels  
Green Chem., 2013, 15, 1398-1430, DOI: 10.1039/C3GC37141G


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