May & June 2022 RSC Advances Popular Advances Articles

Welcome to May & June’s Popular Advances article round up!

Every month we update our 2022 RSC Advances Popular Advances Article Collection to showcase all of the articles selected by our reviewers and handling editors as Popular Advances in 2022. Don’t forget to come back next month to check out our latest Popular articles.

We hope you enjoy reading and as always, all of our articles are open access so you can easily share your favourites online and with your colleagues.

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A two-step screening to optimize the signal response of an auto-fluorescent protein-based biosensor
Shunsuke Tajima, Eiji Nakata, Reiko Sakaguchi, Masayuki Saimura, Yasuo Moric and Takashi Morii
RSC Adv., 2022, 12, 15407-15419

N,N-Dimethylformamide-stabilized ruthenium nanoparticle catalyst for β-alkylated dimer alcohol formation via Guerbet reaction of primary alcohols
Tatsuki Nagata, Kanji Okada, Ryota Kondo, Takashi Toyao, Ken-ichi Shimizu, Takeyuki Suzuki and Yasushi Obora
RSC Adv., 2022, 12, 16599-16603

Metal- and base-free tandem sulfonylation/cyclization of 1,5-dienes with aryldiazonium salts via the insertion of sulfur dioxide
Xiaohong Wang, Fengzhi You, Baojian Xiong, Lei Chen, Xuemei Zhang and Zhong Lian
RSC Adv., 2022, 12, 16745-16750

Pyridine appended 2-hydrazinylthiazole derivatives: design, synthesis, in vitro and in silico antimycobacterial studies
Ramkishore Matsa, Parameshwar Makam, Guneswar Sethi, Ahammed Ameen Thottasseri, Aswani Raj Kizhakkandiyil, Krishna Ramadas, Vignesh Mariappan, Agieshkumar Balakrishna Pillai and Tharanikkarasu Kannan
RSC Adv., 2022, 12, 18333-18346


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