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Electrochemical dark-field microscopy can visualize and help investigate the reactions of individual nanoparticles
A combination of dark-field microscopy and electrochemistry can make individual nanoparticles in a liquid medium visible. The technique is suited to determine the activity of catalysts during their use.
A photoswitchable catalyst system enables tailoring of polymer properties
Light is a powerful tool to manipulate a vast variety of chemical processes. The use of specific photo-chromic molecules allows chemists to perform reactions in a reversible fashion with a high spatio-temporal resolution.
Innovation in chiral catalysis – A milestone for the pharmaceutical industry
Optical active substances made from chiral catalysis form the basis of many drugs. Expensive precious-metal catalysts are required for the chemical production, which due to their thermal instability decompose at high temperatures and can therefore only be used once. The innovative process of ...
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