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Tuning the deposition parameters for optimizing the faradaic and non-faradaic electrochemical performance of nanowire array-shaped ITO electrodes prepared by electron beam evaporation R. Pruna, M. López, F. Teixidor, Nanoscale 2019, 11, 276-284.
A novel potentiometric microsensor for real-time detection of Irgarol using the ion-pair complex [Irgarol-H]+[Co(C2B9H11)2] A. Saini, J. Gallardo-Gonzalez, A. Baraket, I. Fuentes, C. Viñas, N. Zine, J. Bausells, F. Teixidor, A. Errachid, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 2018, 268, 164-169.
All inorganic coordination polymers have been made possible with the m-carboranylphosphinate ligand E. Oleshkevich, I. Romero, F. Teixidor, C. Viñas, Dalton Trans. 2018, 47, 14785-14798.
Frontispiece: Metallacarboranes on the Road to Anticancer Therapies: Cellular Uptake, DNA Interaction, and Biological Evaluation of Cobaltabisdicarbollide [COSAN]− I. Fuentes, T. García-Mendiola, S. Sato, M. Pita, H. Nakamura, E. Lorenzo, F. Teixidor, F. Marques, C. Viñas, Chem. Eur. J. 2018, … Continue reading
Photoluminescence in m-carborane–anthracene triads: a combined experimental and computational study M. Chaari, Z. Kelemen, J. G. Planas, F. Teixidor, D. Choquesillo-Lazarte, A. Ben Salah, C. Viñas, R. Núñez, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2018, 6, 11336-11347.
Carborane‐BODIPY Dyads: New Photoluminescent Materials through an Efficient Heck Coupling C. Bellomo, M. Chaari, J. Cabrera-González, M. Blangetti, C. Lombardi, A. Deagostino, C. Viñas, N. Gaztelumendi, C. Nogués, R. Nuñez, C. Prandi, Chem. Eur. J. 2018, 24, 15622-15630.
Justo Enrique Cabrera González, Special Prize for the PhD thesis for the year of study 2015-2016. Dr. Justo Cabrera-González has been awarded the “Outstanding Award for the PhD in Chemistry” from the UAB. Congratullations Justo!!!
Arpita Saha was awarded the 3rd prize for the best oral presentations at the UAB Doctoral Meeting 2018. She gave a fascinating talk entitled: “BIoMimetic Inspired Core-Canopy Quantum Dots:IONS Trapped in voids induce Kinetic fluorescence switching“
Such as Transformers, the living robotic beings that have the ability to change their bodies at will, rearranging their parts from a humanoid robotic mode into an alternate form, generally a car, truck or a weapon; scientists have now developed … Continue reading
Minimalist Biostructures Designed to Create Nanomaterials Inspired by a type of natural assembly seen in amyloid fibres, researchers from the IBB-UAB fabricate 4 molecules of only 7 amino acids with the ability to self-assemble and rapidly and inexpensively form nanomaterials … Continue reading