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    A fresh perspective on Picket-Spengler reaction with α-ketoesters as new carbonyl source

    The asymmetric Pictet-Spengler reaction is an efficient method to synthesize chiral tetrahydro-β-carbolines—biologically active molecular structures with pharmacological properties. The synthesis involves an acid-catalyzed reaction...

    Plumbing the Depths: Defect Distribution in Ion-Implanted SiC Diodes

    Researchers reveal that aluminum implantation doping in p-type bipolar semiconductors creates defects many layers deeper than the implantation site Introducing a vertical arrangement of n...

    Researchers determine the mechanisms of ion diffusion in phosphate glass 

    Phosphate glasses are expected to have applications in a variety of fields. To improve their functionality, it is necessary to determine the association between...

    NITech researchers’ new study could pave the way for sustainable energy source

    The material strontium titanate (SrTiO3) has shown immense potential as a photocatalyst in solar energy conversion, but it is unclear whether chemical defects can...

    Scientists find a way to use visible light to decompose CO2 with high efficiency

    To tackle the challenge of global warming, scientists have been looking into green and sustainable methods of breaking down carbon dioxide in emissions and...

    Researchers from Japan develop a model to explore the dynamics of movement in cheetahs

    In a new study, a team of researchers from Japan propose and validate an analytical model for studying cheetah galloping by comparing its predictions...

    Mineral found in human bone can help fight toxic organic compounds

    Many industrial processes emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are hazardous to human health. In a new study, scientists from NITech, Japan, tailor the...

    A new algae-based switch is lighting up biological research

    A group of scientists from the Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, have discovered a novel ion channel protein that can be controlled by light,...

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