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  - Nanomaterials

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Recent Publications (2016)

V. Sebastian, S. Basak and K.F. Jensen, “Continuous synthesis of palladium nanorods in oxidative segmented flow.” 62 (2) 373-380 (2016).

A. Kollmannsperger, A. Sharei, A. Raulf, M. Heilemann, R. Langer, K.F. Jensen, R. Wieneke, and R. Tampe, “Live-cell protein labeling with nanometer precision by cell squeezing,” Nature Comm 7, 10372 (2016).

L. Xie, Q. Zhao, K.F. Jensen, H. Kulik, “Direct Observation of Early-Stage Quantum Dot Growth Mechanisms with High-Temperature Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics” J. Phys. Chem. C, 120, 2472-2483 (2016).

V. Sebastian, C.D. Smith, and K.F. Jensen, “Shape-controlled continuous synthesis of metal nanostructures,“ Nanoscale, 8, 7534 - 7543 (2016).

J.S. Moore, C.D. Smith, and K.F. Jensen, “Kinetic Analysis and Automated Screening of Aminocarbonylation of Aryl Halides in Flow,” React Chem Eng (2016)

A. Adamo, R.L. Beingessner, M. Behnam, J. Chen, T.F. Jamison, K.F. Jensen, J.-C. M. Monbaliu, A.S. Myerson, E.M. Revalor, D.R. Snead, T. Stelzer, N. Weeranoppanant, S.Y. Wong, P. Zhang (authors alphabetical order), “On-demand continuous-flow production of pharmaceuticals in a compact, reconfigurable system,” Science, 352 (6281) 61-66 (2016).

A.E. Fernandes, O. Riant, A.M. Jonas and K.F. Jensen, “One “Click” to controlled bifunctional supported catalysts for the Cu/TEMPO-catalyzed aerobic oxidation of alcohols,” RSC Advances, 6, 36602 – 36605 (2016).


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