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New Article is Accepted as a Cover in Macromolecular Materials and Engineering

New Article is Accepted as a Cover in Macromolecular Materials and Engineering

Cucurbit[7]uril-based conjugated polyrotaxanes are synthesized and co-crystallized with sugar-based matrices such as sucrose and trehalose to obtain highly efficient color-converting solids with remarkably high QYs (>50%) which are suitable for solid-state lighting. This is reported by Talha Erdem, Muazzam Idris, Hilmi Volkan Demir and Dönüs Tuncel.

New Article is Accepted as a Cover in Small Journal

New Article is Accepted as a Cover in Small Journal

In article number 1701913, Ferdi Karadas, Ömer Dag, and co-workers synthesize transparent mesoporous thin films of LiCoO2 and LiMn2O4 by employing a molten salt assisted self-assembly method. A clear solution of the ingredients is coated over a subtrate that is heated at elevated temperatures to obtain the transparent mesoporous metal lithiates. The mesoporous […]

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Weekly Department Seminar Series Hosts with Filiz Kuralay

Weekly Department Seminar Series Hosts with Filiz Kuralay

Weekly department series will continue on December 19th at 12:40. Chemistry department will be hosting guest speaker Filiz Kuralay who will be giving a talk on “Impact of Nanotechnology on Biomedical Sciences: Nanobiosensors, Nanomotors and Nanoactuators for Drug Delivery”

Weekly Department Seminar Series Hosts with Nejat Bulut

Weekly Department Seminar Series Hosts with Nejat Bulut

Weekly department series will continue on December 15th at 12:40. Chemistry department will be hosting guest speaker Nejat Bulut who will be giving a talk on “Mechanism for high-spin to low-spin transition in hemoglobin HbA:the role of the impurity bound state”