# Browse Dissertations and Theses - Chemistry by Title

• (2012-02-01)
The installation of complex functional groups through the use of C-H oxidation methodologies has the potential to dramatically increase the efficiency of synthetic sequences with respect to resources, time and overall steps ...

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• (2020-05-04)
Neuropeptides are the largest and most diverse class of cell-cell signaling molecules in the brain. They are expressed and synthesized by neurons and endocrine organs, released upon stimulation and act by binding to specific ...

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• (1999)
A liquid state integral equation theory has been developed to study the thermodynamics and structures of fluids of multiblock polymers both with nonpolar and strongly attracting groups. The physical clustering/aggregation ...

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• (1995)
This work presents a theoretical study of the structure, thermodynamics, and phase behavior of block copolymer melts. First, the formal extension of the liquid state "polymer reference interaction site model" (PRISM) theory ...

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• (1980)
The removal of an sp('3) proton alpha to the bivalent oxygen of an ether or alcohol to generate a formal stable (alpha)-oxocarbanion is unknown. However, formation of an (alpha)-lithio alcohol derivative from an ester might ...

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• (1983)
Lithiation of oxy-arenes was studied. The lithiation of 4-hydroxyphenanthrene with 2 eq. of n-butyllithium/TMEDA in cyclohexane at 23(DEGREES)C occurs completely at the 5-position, although the 5-position is the most ...

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• (1984)
The thermal coefficient of the viscosity (b) was measured through the fluorescence polarization of tryptophan and tyrosine both free in solution and as intrinsic protein chromophores. For free fluorophores it was found: ...

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• (1994)
The reaction of Ti(OPri)4 with 0.078 equiv. of 10 atom% 17O enriched water and 0.6 equiv. of MeOH in i-PrOH solution gave [Ti3O](OPr i)9(OMe) (1). A single crystal X-ray diffraction study of this material indicated that 1 ...

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• (2018-11-28)
Treatment of Cl2PCH2Cl2 with CF3SiMe3 in the presence of CsF promotor gave the cesium salt Cs[((CF3)2P)2CH], which was converted to the electron-poor diphosphine (CF3)2PCH2P(CF3)2 (dfmpm) by addition of ethereal hydrogen ...

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• (1989)
The organometallic chemistry of the early first-row metals has been extended through the use of a new tridentate phosphine ligand, Bu$\sp{\rm t}$Si(CH$\sb2$PMe$\sb2$)$\sb3$, or "trimpsi". The starting materials ...

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• (1988)
The goals of this project are aimed at the investigation of charge transport among redox centers bound in polymer films on electrodes. Luminescent probes were used as an indicator of the charge transport process for the ...

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• (2016-11-28)
Amyloid protein aggregation is notorious for its association with many devastating human diseases such as AIDS, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, and prion diseases. Scientists have made significant progress in designing ...

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• (1981)
Binuclear transition metal complexes are of interest because they provide a simple system in which metal-metal interactions can be studied. The importance of understanding these interactions can be seen when one considers ...

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• (1974)

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