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Archaea produce unique membrane lipids in which isoprenoid alkyl chains are bound to glycerol moieties via ether linkages.
(Nature Reviews Microbiology, )

Here, the authors report a decarbonylative process, whereby alkyl or aryl esters can be coupled with organoboron compounds using nickel catalysts.
(Nature Communications, )

However, cross-coupling methods that involve alkyl electrophiles result in catalytic bond formation only at specific and previously functionalized sites.
(Nature, )

'Poppers'- a slang term given to the chemical called alkyl nitrites, which is inhaled for recreational purposes - were on sale at a Shell garage in Barnsley.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Now, this concept has been broadened to encompass the self-assembly of fully hydrophobic molecules that contain mutually immiscible alkyl and π-conjugated segments.
(Nature Chemistry, )

To address this issue, nickel-catalysed cross-coupling processes can be used to form sp3–sp3 bonds that utilize organometallic nucleophiles and alkyl electrophiles.
(Nature, )

Their scope has now been expanded with the advent of 'hydrophobic amphiphiles' of π-conjugated–alkyl systems, which show various self-assembled phases similar to classical amphiphiles.
(Nature Chemistry, )

An axle-shaped molecule pumps charged rings from solution into an alkyl collection unit, a mechanism that, in two repetitive cycles, takes the system increasingly further from equilibrium.
(Nature Nanotechnology, )

Here we describe a simple method of accessing olefins with any substitution pattern or geometry from one of the most ubiquitous and variegated building blocks of chemistry: alkyl carboxylic acids.
(Nature, )

A research team has demonstrated a new carbon-based molecular sieve membrane that could dramatically reduce the energy required to separate a class of hydrocarbon molecules known as alkyl aromatics.
(Science Daily - News, )

Here, it is demonstrated that bench-stable N–H and N–alkyl oxaziridines can be used as efficient multifunctional reagents, without deprotonation, for the direct primary amination and hydroxylation of (hetero)arylmetals.
(Nature Chemistry, )

Now, methodology for the protodeboronation of alkyl pinacol boronic esters has been developed and an iterative lithiation–borylation–protodeboronation strategy used in a 14-step stereocontrolled synthesis of hydroxyphthioceranic acid.
(Nature Chemistry, )

However, such reactions, especially when dienoates contain two equally substituted olefins, are scarce and are confined to reactions promoted by a phosphine–copper catalyst (with an alkyl Grignard reagent, dialkylzinc or trialkylaluminium compounds), a diene–iridium catalyst (with arylboroxines), or a bisphosphine–cobalt catalyst (with monosilyl-acetylenes). 1,6-Conjugate additions are otherwise limited to substrates where there is full substitution at the C4 position.
(Nature, )

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