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  • Hierarchically structured 3D carbon nanotube electrodes for electrocatalytic applications. [Journal Article]
    Beilstein J Nanotechnol 2019; 10:1475-1487Wang P, Kulp K, Bron M
  • Hierarchically structured 3-dimensional electrodes based on branched carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are prepared on a glassy carbon (GC) substrate in a sequence of electrodeposition and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) steps as follows: Primary CNTs are grown over electrodeposited iron by CVD followed by a second Fe deposition and finally the CVD growth of secondary CNTs. The prepared 3-dimensional CNT s…
  • Ample Arsenite Bio-Oxidation Activity in Bangladesh Drinking Water Wells: A Bonanza for Bioremediation? [Journal Article]
    Microorganisms 2019; 7(8)Hassan Z, Sultana M, … Westerhoff HV
  • Millions of people worldwide are at risk of arsenic poisoning from their drinking water. In Bangladesh the problem extends to rural drinking water wells, where non-biological solutions are not feasible. In serial enrichment cultures of water from various Bangladesh drinking water wells, we found transfer-persistent arsenite oxidation activity under four conditions (aerobic/anaerobic; heterotrophi…
  • Stereoselective Alkyne Hydrogenation by using a Simple Iron Catalyst. [Journal Article]
    ChemSusChem 2019; 12(16):3864-3870Gregori BJ, Schwarzhuber F, … Jacobi von Wangelin A
  • The stereoselective hydrogenation of alkynes constitutes one of the key approaches for the construction of stereodefined alkenes. The majority of conventional methods utilize noble and toxic metal catalysts. This study concerns a simple catalyst comprised of the commercial chemicals iron(II) acetylacetonate and diisobutylaluminum hydride, which enables the Z-selective semihydrogenation of alkynes…
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