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Phosphine Ligands Made Cheaper, Better

Enantiomers are pairs of compounds that have the same chemical formula but different spatial structures (like your left and right hand, they are non-superimposable mirror images of each other). This i...
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Jennifer Schomaker, Robert Grigg, Ryan Van Hoveln | P130268US02

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Treating Pulmonary Disorders with Artificial Lung Surfactant

Lung surfactant (LS) is a lipid-protein mixture that coats the internal surface of the lungs. It reduces the work of breathing by helping to keep air sacs open and stable. Deficient or dysfunctional L...
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Samuel Gellman, Shannon Stahl, Brendan Mowery, Annelise Barron, Michelle Dohm | P100038US02

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Improved Photocatalyst for Reducing Small Molecules

The reduction of small molecules such as nitrogen and carbon dioxide is extremely difficult because one-electron reduction processes often involve high-energy intermediates. Nitrogen reduction usually...
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Robert Hamers, Di Zhu, Nigel Becknell | P120070US01

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