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  • Tellurium‐Containing Polymers: Towards Biomaterials and ...

    2016-3-30  Tellurium‐containing polymers have become increasingly attractive owing to their unique properties as biomaterials and optoelectronic materials. The relatively large atomic size and low electronegativity of tellurium give it with many unique properties, such as coordination ability and redox sensitivity. The introduction of tellurium can endow materials with different responsiveness, which

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  • Tellurium-Containing Heterocycles with Two Heteroatoms ...

    The starting point of tellurium organic chemistry dates back to 1840 when the first representative of tellurium-containing organic compounds, diethyl telluride, was synthesized by Woehler. The rapid development of organotellurium chemistry in the past decades has been accompanied by an equally rapid expansion of another domain that relates to heterocyclic compounds, containing in the ring an

  • Developments in tellurium containing macrocycles ...

    2009-7-1  Tellurium is a silvery white and semi-metallic rare element. Organotellurium ligands find uses in organic chemistry, precursors for metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) of semiconducting materials, ligand chemistry, biochemistry, etc. Over recent years, considerable effort has been directed towards the design and synthesis of telluroether macrocyclic ligands.

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  • ORIGINAL ARTICLE Bacterial recovery and recycling of ...

    tellurium, tellurium-containing compounds. Correspondence William D. Bonificio, McKay 405, 9 Oxford St. Cambridge, MA 02138, USA. E-mail: [email protected] 2014/1198: received 10 June 2014, revised 20 August 2014 and accepted 26 August 2014 doi:10.1111/jam.12629 Abstract Aims: Tellurium-based devices, such as photovoltaic (PV) modules and

  • Glutathione reductase-mediated synthesis of tellurium ...

    To generate Te-containing nanostructures, bacteria enzymatically reduce tellurite to elemental tellurium. In this work, using a classic biochemical approach, we looked for a novel tellurite reductase from the Antarctic bacterium Pseudomonas sp. strain BNF22 and used it to generate tellurium-containing

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  • Selenium- and tellurium-containing fluorescent molecular ...

    Selenium- and tellurium-containing fluorescent molecular probes for the detection of biologically important analytes Acc Chem Res. 2014 Oct 21;47(10):2985-98. doi: 10.1021/ar500187v. Epub 2014 Sep 23. Authors Sudesh T Manjare 1 , Youngsam Kim, David G Churchill. Affiliation 1 Center for Catalytic ...

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  • Bacterial recovery and recycling of tellurium from ...

    2014-8-30  Identical plates, containing the tellurium compounds, but absent of EPR3, were made as controls. They remained completely unchanged through the course of our experiments, and no movement of the tellurium

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  • Reactions of nitroxides 16. First nitroxides containing ...

    2016-9-28  2-Chloroethylamine hydrochloride and 3-chloropropylamine hydrochloride were converted with diphenyl ditelluride and sodium borohydride to primary amines containing the tellurium atom. Reaction of tellurium

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  • Photoactivity and optical applications of organic ...

    2019-10-7  Sulfur-containing compounds, particularly derivatives of thiophene, are well studied for organic optoelectronic applications. Incorporating selenium or tellurium in place of sulfur imparts different physical properties due to the fundamental differences

  • Evaluation of Tellurium as a Fuel Additive in Neodymium ...

    2019-11-5  Tellurium is considered a metalloid and has a relatively low melting temperature of 723 K (450 °C) and boiling point of 1263 K (990 °C), which leads to a

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  • Tellurium‐Containing Polymers: Towards Biomaterials and ...

    2016-3-30  Tellurium-containing polymers have become increasingly attractive owing to their unique properties as biomaterials and optoelectronic materials. The relatively large atomic size and low electronegativity of tellurium give it with many unique properties, such

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  • ORIGINAL ARTICLE Bacterial recovery and recycling of ...

    tellurium, tellurium-containing compounds. Correspondence William D. Bonificio, McKay 405, 9 Oxford St. Cambridge, MA 02138, USA. E-mail: [email protected] 2014/1198: received 10 June 2014, revised 20 August 2014 and accepted 26 August 2014 doi:10.1111/jam.12629 Abstract Aims: Tellurium-based devices, such as photovoltaic (PV) modules and

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  • e m i s t ry Lastovka et al., Mod Chem appl 2017, 5:3 C ...

    2019-6-24  in the heating block –55.5 ± 0.3%. The calculated tellurium content in 3,4-dicyano-1,2,5-tellurodiazole is 55.1%. Therefore, both methods can be used to decompose the TOC when analyzing tellurium. Procedures for the decomposition of tellurium-containing organic compounds The oxygen flask combustion: A portion of 0.1M HCl (10 mL)

  • Semiconducting Polymers Containing Tellurium:

    2014-12-24  The use of polymers containing tellurophene, the tellurium analogue of the well-studied thiophene, has only recently begun to emerge in the literature. New synthetic routes have been developed, and there now exist a handful of tellurophene-containing polymers that have been synthesized and used to fabricate OPVs and OFETs.

  • [PDF] Selenium/tellurium containing polymer materials in ...

    Summary Selenium/tellurium containing polymers have been attracting growing interest due to their unique properties and potential applications as bio-nanomaterials. The introduction of selenium or tellurium chemistry into block copolymers endows self-assembled nanomaterials with novel stimuli responsiveness and enhanced sensitivity. This review article provides an overview on recent

  • TePhe, a tellurium-containing phenylalanine mimic, allows ...

    2019-4-23  These experiments were carried out with TePhe-containing natural isotopic abundance in tellurium and the 130 Te (34% of total Te) was monitored. Unlike labeling with other noncognate amino acids, TePhe labeling was observed without cell starvation or the use of Phe-depleted media; TePhe was simply supplemented to the incubating culture.

  • Polycaprolactone/gelatin electrospun nanofibres

    2021-2-7  Tellurium is a non-essential metal element from the chalcogen family, which is useful in facile redox cycling processes . Regarding the facile oxidation and reduction of this ion, it is widely being used for production of organo-chalcogen compounds that reduce oxidative stress by entrapping free radicals and mimicking glutathione peroxidase ...

  • Purification and in vitro antioxidant activities of ...

    2014-10-9  Tellurium-containing phycocyanin (Te-PC) and allophycocyanin (Te-APC), two organic tellurium (Te) species, were purified from tellurium-enriched Spirulina platensis by a fast protein liquid chromatographic method. It was found that the incorporation of Te into the peptides enhanced the antioxidant activities of both phycobiliproteins.

  • US6956005B2 - Use of tellurium in carbon-supported,

    An improved catalyst comprising a noble metal and tellurium at the surface of a carbon support is provided. Also provided are novel methods for preparing such catalysts and novel processes for the use of such catalysts in liquid phase oxidation reactions, particularly the oxidation of N-(phosphonomethyl)iminodiacetic acid or a salt thereof.

  • Precipitate from tellurium containing acid ...

    Precipitate from tellurium containing acid solutions by copper metal cementation . Type of Substance Composition: UVCB Origin: inorganic Substance Identifiers open all close all. EC name. Precipitate from tellurium containing acid solutions by copper metal cementation . EC number. 943-528-5 .

  • Tellurium-Containing Polymers: Towards Biomaterials and ...

    Tellurium-containing polymers have been increasingly attractive owing to their unique properties as biomaterials and optoelectronic material. The relatively large atom size and low ...

  • Tellurium-containing cathodes for nonaqueous (Patent ...

    Abstract. A tellurium-containing cathode for nonaqueous cells employing tellurium in the +4 oxidation state such as TeO/sub 2/, Te/sub 2/MoO/sub 7/, TeO/sub 2/.xBi/sub 2/O/sub 3/ wherein x is from 0 to about 8, Sb/sub 2/TeO/sub 5/ and Sb/sub 2/TeO/sub 7/.

  • Organic Metals Containing Tellurium Semantic Scholar

    Abstract Examination of the structural and electronic trends among organic metals and organic superconductors, which are composed of complex salts of heterocyclic π-donors, has been greatly facilitated by the preparation and study of a number of new tellurium containing organic π-donors. These studies required that a number of new synthetic strategies be developed.

  • Multiplicity of Te–Te Bonds in Tellurium-Containing ...

    2019-5-22  In tellurium-containing compounds, Ln atoms form LnTe n CPs when n = 4, 6, 7, 8, or 9 , with CNs 6 and 9 being most characteristic (≈62 and 23%, respectively). LnTe 4 tetrahedra linked by two mutually perpendicular edges in the LnTe 4/2 chain are found in only one structure: [TlCeTe 2 ]

  • Environmental stability of 2D anisotropic tellurium ...

    We report on the vibrational (Raman) spectrum and structural transformation of semiconducting pseudo-1D GaTe and ZrTe 3 nanomaterials driven by ambient molecular interactions at the nanoscale by angle-resolved Raman spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy (AFM), and environmental X-ray photoelectron (XPS) measurements. The results show that tellurium containing pseudo-1D materials undergo ...

  • Glutathione Reductase-Mediated Synthesis of Tellurium ...

    2014-10-17  Tellurium, a metalloid belonging to group 16 of the periodic table, displays very interesting physical and chemical properties and lately has attracted significant attention for its use in nanotechnology. In this context, the use of microorganisms for synthesizing nanostructures emerges as an eco-friendly and exciting approach compared to their chemical synthesis. To generate Te-containing ...

  • Reactive oxygen species (ROS)-responsive tellurium ...

    Materials responsive to reactive oxygen species (ROS) at a physiological level are of great significance in diagnostic and therapeutic applications. We have synthesized a water-soluble tellurium-containing hyperbranched polymer and demonstrated that it forms a kind of

  • Novel Surface Molecular Functionalization Route To

    2017-12-27  Novel Surface Molecular Functionalization Route To Enhance Environmental Stability of Tellurium-Containing 2D Layers. Yang S(1), Qin Y(1), Chen B(1), Özçelik VO, White CE, Shen Y(1), Yang S(2), Tongay S(1). Author information: (1)School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, Arizona State University , Tempe, Arizona 85287, United States

  • Direct biocatalysed synthesis of first sulfur-, selenium ...

    2019-4-17  Direct biocatalysed synthesis of first sulfur-, selenium- and tellurium- containing l-ascorbyl hybrid derivatives with radical trapping and GPx-like properties† Damiano Tanini , * a Beatrice Lupori , a Gianni Malevolti , a Moira Ambrosi , a Pierandrea Lo Nostro a and Antonella Capperucci * a

  • Photoactivity and optical applications of organic ...

    2019-10-7  Sulfur-containing compounds, particularly derivatives of thiophene, are well studied for organic optoelectronic applications. Incorporating selenium or tellurium in place of sulfur imparts different physical properties due to the fundamental differences of these atoms relative to their lighter analogues. Thi Most popular 2018-2019 main group, inorganic and organometallic chemistry articles