ChemSci Pick of the Week (INFOGRAPHIC) –Photodissocation of acetaldehyde occurs via different pathways, including the "roaming" mechanism. Can we study the different reaction pathways by tracking the time evolution of product distributions?
Our ChemSci Pick of the Week describes a metal oxide photocatalyst that can efficiently use sunlight to produce hydrogen from water, which could help tackle environmental issues and resource shortages.
(INFOGRAPHIC) Our ChemSci Pick of the Week shows that IRAVs originate from the strong coupling of charge redistribution to nuclear motion, and from the similar energies of electronic and vibrational transitions.
(INFOGRAPHIC) A novel metallofragment (mF) library is designed, synthesized, and characterized. 77% of the library is populating the 3D region with a diversity which exhibits a broad range of biological responses.
(VIDEO) Scientists develop a technique to image cancer-specific RNA cells in a living mouse, which could help improve early cancer diagnosis, increase our understanding of tumour biology, and pave the way for developing new cancer therapies.
ChemSci Pick of the Week (INFOGRAPHIC) – Inspired by photosynthesis, photocatalysts are activated by light irradiation and can be used for different reactions, but they need to be optimized for every photoreaction. Find out how scientists are working to make this process easier.