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12/20/2017 TCI NEWS
We distribute TCI NEWS every four weeks, to
our valued customers using research chemicals and
chromatography products. We hope that you find this helpful
for your research.
Product] Tiny Molecule with Strong Fluorescence: BMeS-p-A
BMeS-p-A is a novel synthetic
dye. Due to its unique and symmetrical molecular design,
it shows green fluorescence despite its small molecular
size. Also it shows large Stokes shifts up to 140 nm due
to a large conformation change in the excited-state.
The absorption and fluorescence properties are
independent of pH, solvents, or concentration.
Additionally it shows high photo-stability. The unique
and robust qualities of it could be expected to be
applied to a variety of applications.
TCIMAIL contains technical papers
contributed by leading professors and scientists. We also
introduce our new reagents in the fields of synthetic
organic chemistry, materials chemistry, bioscience and
analytical science. Examples of application and use are
explained in an easy way, using various schemes and
Hydrosilylation of Alkenes by α-Diimine Nickel Catalyst
et al. have reported the hydrosilylation of
alkenes using 2,3-Bis(2,6-diisopropylphenylimino)butane (1
) and a nickel catalyst. In this reaction, tertiary
alkoxysilanes and silolysilanes can be used for this
transformation where the related hydrosilylated
products are given in good yield with high anti-Markovnikov
selectivity. In addition, similar transformations using
bifunctional terminal alkenes and polymeric tertiary
hydrosilanes can readily be crosslinked to afford the
desired silicone polymers. This synthetic approach
is expected to be applied to homogeneous hydrosilylation
aiming for industrial uses.
Novel Hole Transport Material Having an
H101 having a 3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene
core is a novel hole transport material (HTM) for
perovskite solar cells which have been receiving much
attention as new photovoltaics. H101 can be synthesized
by a simple pathway, which is an advantage of H101
compared with the spirobifluorene-based spiro-OMeTAD, a
conventional HTM. In 2014, it was reported that solar
cell devices consisted of a CH3NH3PbI3
perovskite material and a H101 HTM showed a power
conversion efficiency (PCE) of 10.6% without any dopant
and 13.2% with doping by tris(2-(1H-pyrazol-1-yl)pyridine)cobalt(III)
(FK102). The performance was comparable with that of the
spiro-OMeTAD based device (13.7%). A stability test under
heat treatment at 70 °C for 7 days indicated that the
H101 based devices had thermal stability as high as that
of the spiro-OMeTAD devices.
Reagents for Glyco Chemistry & Biology
of 900 products including 200 new products
- Categorized and description of products for easy to
- Newly-launched N-glycan (synthetic)
- Many oligosaccharides applicable to sugar-conjugation
- 1H NMR spectral data of 250 products
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types, applications and basic structures. Please click here
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Synthetic Organic Chemistry &
Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Asymmetric Organocatalysts / Cross-coupling Reaction
Using Transition Metal Catalysts / Condensation &
Solar Cell Research Reagents / OLED / Photochromic
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The ceremony of
“TCI Organic Synthesis Award”, December 2017 in Taiwan
The first “TCI Organic Synthesis Award” ceremony
was held at the Chinese Chemical Society Located in Taipei (CCS
Taipei) annual meeting in Taiwan on December 2. This award is
established by TCI together with CCS Taipei and is given to the
student in organic synthesis research field who is chosen as
the winner in the graduate student thesis competition (includes
dissertation and academic study achievements) of the CCS Taipei
TCI will keep on supporting researchers to contribute the
development of science.
Right: Award-winner, Mr. Wei-Lun Huang (National
Chung Cheng University)
Left: Presenter, Dr. Yuji Matsuzaki (Executive Corporate
Award-winning paper title:
One-Pot Organocatalytic Enantioselective
Michael-Acetalization-Reduction-Nef Reaction for the Synthesis
of Tetrahydrofuro[2,3-b]benzofurans and the Formal Synthesis
of Aflatoxin B2
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