Acyclic diene metathesis or 'ADMET' is a special type of olefin metathesis used to polymerize terminal dienes to polyenes.
Superconductivity has been discovered in highly compressed hydrogen sulphide at an amazing 203 degrees kelvin.
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Directional motion and transport can be achieved using a salt concentration gradient and an appropriately designed self‐assembling system, without substantial synthetic effort...
Thiol-ene photopolymers provide a uniform network structure due to the well-defined step-growth mechanism of the photopolymerization between thiol and alkene monomers.
A historic article by Max Planck, first published (in print) in 1901 has reached the top 5% of scores in Altmetrics.
A self-avoiding random walk simulator for branched polymers allows to compare experimental data with simulation results.
Researchers report on a new approach to generate Janus droplets.
In their review in BioEssays, John Cunningham et al. discuss the origin of animals and whether the fossil record can be reconciled...
The concept of amplifying chirality-induced auxetic effect via elevating internal rotation efficiency was proposed and proved via multi-material 3D printing, mechanical experiments,...