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Most carbon capture technologies rely on corrosive amine solutions, or high surface area materials.
(Nature Communications, )

Organic chemists are investigating the development of environmentally sustainable methods for amine synthesis.
(Science Daily - News, )

The three-component coupling of amines, aldehydes and alkynes gives easy access to functionalized amine products.
(Nature Communications, )

Common approaches for carbon dioxide capture include absorption in amine solutions or adsorption in porous materials.
(Nature Communications, )

Mustafa Amine Badreddine died in a “huge blast” near the Damascus airport, the group’s television network said.
(The New York Times - World News, )

Top Hezbollah commander Mustafa Amine Badreddine has been killed, the group says, but it is unclear who was responsible.
(BBC News - World News, )

The most common carbon dioxide-capture technology is solution-based amine scrubbing, which suffers from high operational costs.
(Nature Communications, )

A declaration regarding the killing of Mustafa Amine Badreddine raised more questions than it answered, including what the death says about Hezbollah.
(The New York Times - World News, )

Furthering the utility of this chemistry, the ability to then chemically ‘declick' back to the unaltered amine and thiol components is also demonstrated.
(Nature Chemistry, )

Mustafa Amine Badreddine was killed in an attack in Syria, where he had led Hezbollah’s crucial military operations in support of President Bashar al-Assad.
(The Wall Street Journal - World News, )

Here, the authors report a family of solid amine sorbents, formed via cationic polymerization of oxazolines, and evaluate their carbon dioxide sorption performance.
(Nature Communications, )

Thanks to its immunosuppressive activity and complex molecular architecture, the natural product palau’amine has attracted continuous attention over a number of years.
(Nature Communications, )

Protonation of amine groups doubles the strength of hydrophobic interactions, and guanidinium groups eliminate measurable hydrophobic interactions in all pH ranges investigated.
(Nature, )

Our reaction uses the boat conformation of the substrates to achieve palladium-catalysed amine-directed conversion of C–H bonds to C–C bonds on various alicyclic amine scaffolds.
(Nature, )

Na+/Cl–-coupled biogenic amine transporters are the primary targets of therapeutic and abused drugs, ranging from antidepressants to the psychostimulants cocaine and amphetamines, and to their cognate substrates.
(Nature, )

Here we report chemical force microscopy measurements on alkyl-functionalized surfaces that reveal a dramatic change in the surfaces’ hydrophobic interaction strengths on co-immobilization of amine or guanidine groups.
(Nature, )

Racemic or enantiomerically pure alcohols can be converted with high yield into enantiopure chiral amines in a one-pot redox-neutral cascade process by the clever combination of an alcohol dehydrogenase and an appropriate amine dehydrogenase.
(Nature Chemistry, )

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