16 Jan 2018
A cartoon by Dr. Rivada-Wheelaghan shows the simple stepwise process of copper atom chain synthesis using a dynamic ligand. Copper atoms can be added or removed one by one to make chains of different...
Type: Photo
16 Jan 2018
The structure of the longest EMAC reported in the literature, confirmed by X-ray crystallography. It contains 11 nickel atoms arranged in a linear chain.
Type: Photo
16 Jan 2018
Electronic devices are getting smaller and smaller. Early computers filled entire rooms. Today you can hold one in the palm of your hand. Now the field of molecular electronics is taking...
Type: News Article
7 Jul 2017
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is known as a greenhouse gas and plays an essential role in climate change; it is no wonder scientists have been looking for solutions to prevent its release in the environment....
Type: News Article
17 Apr 2017
Stress sensors are important tools when it comes to evaluating the robustness of a material facing strong mechanical forces. OIST researchers have just published in...
Type: News Article
17 Apr 2017
The polymer material is stretched with an increasing force resulting in a corresponding brighter emission of light from the mechanophore (here under UV light and with false colors). The graph shows...
Type: Video
27 Feb 2017
Chemical compounds that emit light are used in a variety of different materials, from glow-in-the-dark children’s toys to LED lights to light-emitting sensors. As the demand for these compounds...
Type: News Article
Prof. Julia Khusnutdinova (left) and Dr. Georgy Filonenko (right) of the Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit at OIST
27 Feb 2017
Prof. Julia Khusnutdinova (left) and Dr. Georgy Filonenko (right) of the Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit at OIST
Type: Photo
Okinawa shisas painted with photoluminescent compounds produced by the Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit at OIST. The chemical structures of the compounds, in white/light grey, show the different sized substituents on the central rings. The green colored molecules display the largest substituents, with smaller ones on the yellow and orange molecules.
27 Feb 2017
Okinawa shisas painted with photoluminescent compounds produced by the Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit at OIST. The chemical structures of the compounds, in white/light grey, show the...
Type: Photo
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