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  • Transient and intermediate carbocations in ruthenium tetroxide oxidation of saturated rings. [Journal Article]
    Beilstein J Org Chem 2019; 15:1552-1562Pedrón M, Legnani L, … Merino P
  • The ruthenium tetroxide-mediated oxidation of cyclopentane, tetrahydrofuran, tetrahydrothiophene and N-substituted pyrrolidines has been studied computationally by DFT and topological (analysis of the electron localization function, ELF) methods. In agreement with experimental observations and previous DFT calculations, the rate-limiting step of the reaction takes place through a highly asynchron…
  • Lead soaps formation and biodiversity in a XVIII Century wax seal coloured with minium. [Journal Article]
    Environ Microbiol 2019Šoltys K, Planý M, … Pinzari F
  • A multidisciplinary approach was carried out in order to study the biodeterioration and the associated microbiome of a XVIII Century wax seal coloured with minium. A small wax seal fragment was observed by scanning electron microscopy combined with energy dispersive spectroscopy in non-destructive mode. The same object was analysed by Raman and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy. The identif…
  • Intersystem Crossings Drive Atmospheric Gas-Phase Dimer Formation. [Journal Article]
    J Phys Chem A 2019; 123(30):6596-6604Valiev RR, Hasan G, … Kurten T
  • High molecular weight "ROOR'" dimers, likely formed in the gas phase through self- and cross-reactions of complex peroxy radicals (RO2), have been suggested to play a key role in forming ultrafine aerosol particles in the atmosphere. However, the molecular-level reaction mechanism producing these dimers remains unknown. Using multireference quantum chemical methods, we explore one potentially com…
  • Hard and soft X-ray imaging to resolve human ovarian cortical structures. [Journal Article]
    J Synchrotron Radiat 2019; 26(Pt 4):1322-1329Pascolo L, Sena G, … Ricci G
  • Laboratory and synchrotron X-ray tomography are powerful tools for non-invasive studies of biological samples at micrometric resolution. In particular, the development of phase contrast imaging is enabling the visualization of sample details with a small range of attenuation coefficients, thus allowing in-depth analyses of anatomical and histological structures. Reproductive medicine is starting …
  • SEM/FIB Imaging for Studying Neural Interfaces. [Journal Article]
    Dev Neurobiol 2019Henn I, Atkins A, … Mandel Y
  • Tissue and neural engineering for various regenerative therapies are rapidly growing fields. Of major interest is studying the complex interface between cells and various 3D structures by scanning electron microscopy with focused ion beam. Notwithstanding its unrivaled resolution, the optimal fixation, dehydration, and staining protocols of the samples while preserving the complex cell interface …
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