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Zinc Chloride Anhydrous as New and Effective Catalyst for Conversion of Ketones and Aldehydes to Corresponding Gem-dihydroperoxides
Kaveh Khosravi* and Samira Kazemi
      Zinc chloride anhydrous has been used as an efficient and new catalyst for conversion of ketones and aldehydes to corresponding gem-dihydroperoxides by aqueous hydrogen peroxide (30%) in room temperature with excellent yields and notable reaction times. (Published online: December 12, 2011)


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In vitro Inhibition Effect of Transition Metal Ions on Succinate-Fumarate System in ATP Cycle
Muhammad Akhyar Farrukh* and Sana Majeed
      The effects of different reaction parameters such as initial concentration of succinate, ferricyanide, and the influence of metal ions (Zn+2, Ni+2, Cu+2, Cd+2) on the oxidation of succinate were investigated. The kinetics results indicated that the succinate oxidation was significantly inhibited in the presence of metal ions due to formation of partial bonding of metal ions with succinate. (Published online: December 8, 2011)


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A Green Method for the Synthesis of Cyclopenta[b]chromen-1(9H)-one Derivatives in Ionic Liquids.
Jie Sheng, Mei-Mei Zhang, Hong Jiang and Xiang-Shan Wang*
      A series of cyclopenta[b]chromen-1(9H)-one derivatives is prepared in high yields by a one-pot reaction of substituted salicylaldehydes and cyclopentane-1,3-dione in ionic liquids of [BMIm]Br, the procedure is very mild and environmentally benign.(Published online: December 6, 2011)


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Photocatalytic Activity of Fe and Ce Co-doped Mesoporous TiO2 Catalyst under UV and Visible Light
Zhongliang Shi, Hong Lai, Shuhua Yao* and Shaofeng Wang*
      The Fe, Ce co-doped mesoporous TiO2 (Fe, Ce-MTiO2) photocatalyst was synthesized. The higher degradation percentage of MO was achieved by Fe, Ce-MTiO2 compared to photolysis.(Published online: December 6, 2011)


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Synthesis of Silver Nanowires and Other Metal Nanostructures in Dialkylimidazolium Ionic Liquid
Tamil Selvi Selvam and Kai-Ming Chi*
      Late transition metal nanostructures can be successfully synthesized via decomposition of organometallic precursors in ionic liquid [Omim][PF6]. Silver nanowires can be specifically generated by heating the mixture of (hfac)Ag(PMe3) and 1-hexadecylamine with the mole ratio of 1:10 in [Omim][PF6] at 140oC for 3 h. In the case of Ru, Rh, Ir, Ni, Pd, Pt, and Au, well dispersed nonoparticles or nanoclusters were obtained in the presence of the appropriate surfactants.(Published online: December 4, 2011)


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The Physical, Chemical and Biological Effects by Room Temperature Ceramic Far-infrared Ray Emitting Material Irradiated Water: A Pilot Study
Ting-Kai Leung,* Jen-Chang Yang and Yung-Sheng Lin
      We demonstrated that cFIR irradiation reduced the size of water clusters, and significantly increased the freezing temperature of water. We also observed an increase in the volatility of a complex mixture of alcohol, water and solutes and recorded elevated total phenol in green tea infusions prepared using cFIR irradiated water. The possible anti-inflammatory effects of cFIR irradiated water and implications of our study with regard to bone and joint health were discussed. (Published online: November 29, 2011)


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Investigation of Fatty Acid Composition of Ammi majus Seed Oil by Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry
Iqbal Hussain,* Shahid Khan, M. I. Khan, Inayat Ur Rehman and Majed Ahmed
      The Ammi majus seeds oil constituents of methyl ester derivatives of fatty acids were analyzed using Gas Chromatography coupled to mass spectrometer. The results obtained containing the saturated as well as unsaturated fatty acids of majus seeds oils. A total of 18 different components were identified and quantified. Methyl ester of linoleic acid was found in high concentration 9.00 %, among the identified analytes of interest. In addition methyl ester of Oleic acid 5.60%, Palmitic acid 3.98% Linolenic acids 1.42% were found. Concentration of the rest of identified fatty acids analytes were less than 1%.(Published online: November 28, 2011)


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Syntheses of Amino Group-Substituted N-Confused Porphyrins
Mira Anne C. dela Rosa, Susan D. Arco and Chen-Hsiung Hung*
      The Pd-catalyzed coupling reaction of 4-ethynylaniline with the 2-bromo NCTPP and a subsequent demetalation reaction obtained para-ethynyl aniline substitution on the outer carbon of the inverted pyrrole ring on NCTPP while the tetrakis(4-aminophenyl) N-confused porphyrin was synthesized from the standard SnCl2 reduction on p-nitrophenyl substituted NCTPP. (Published online: November 24, 2011)


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Crystal Structure of Lanthanide-oxalate-pyridine-2,4-dicarboxylate Coordination Polymers Suggesting the Reductive Coupling of Carbon Dioxide to Oxalate
Fwu-Ming Shen and Shie-Fu Lush*
      Two 2D lanthanide coordination polymers, Nd(III)-oxalate-(2,4-pydc) and Pr(III)-oxalate-(2,4-pydc), by hydrothermal reactions. X-ray structure analyses show that both polymers contain bridging oxaltae (C2O42-) ligands, which might have been formed by the coupling of two CO2-radicals, released from pydc2- ligands. Both compounds show high thermal stability.(Published online: November 23, 2011)


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Ultrasound Assisted Emulsification Microextraction Based on dimetyl (E)-2-[(Z)-1-acetyl)-2-hydroxy-1-propenyl]-2-butenedioate for Determination of Total Amount of Iron in Water and Tea Samples
Gholamreza Khayatian* and Shahed Hassanpoor
      An ultrasound assisted emulsification microextraction (USAEME) is successfully used for extraction and determination of trace amount of iron in water and tea samples, followed by flame atomic absorption spectroscopy (FAAS). The linear range of the method is sufficient for the determination of iron in some environmental samples and was successfully used in the determination of total iron in river waters, tap waters and tea samples. (Published online: November 23, 2011)



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