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...
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The Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit produced a compound whose photoluminescence could be modified based on the size of the substituents added to the molecule. Crystals on the far left of the spectrum have the largest substituents, while crystals on the far right have the smallest.
27 Feb 2017
The Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit produced a compound whose photoluminescence could be modified based on the size of the substituents added to the molecule. Crystals on the far left of...
Type: Photo
27 Feb 2017
Photoluminescent compounds synthesized by the Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis Unit glowing under a UV light.  
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6 Jul 2016
Finding new and effective ways to create alcohols and esters is a constant target in chemistry, as these substances are important industrial compounds and feedstocks – the raw materials from which...
Type: News Article
Esters Smells
6 Jul 2016
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13 Jun 2014
OIST is welcoming Assistant Professor Julia Khusnutdinova to head a new unit called Coordination Chemistry and Catalysis.  Khusnutdinova is joining OIST from the Weizmann Institute of Science in...
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