eTOC Alert ‘Pure and Applied Chemistry’ – Jan-Feb 2016

A new issue of Pure and Applied Chemistry is now available on De Gruyter Online.

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PAC Pure and Applied Chemistry recent issuePure and Applied Chemistry Volume 88, Issue 1-2

Frontmatter

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5th International IUPAC Conference on Green Chemistry (5th ICGC)

Mammino, Liliana

Page 1

Mustard carbonate analogues

Aricò, Fabio / Tundo, Pietro

Page 3

From cashew nut shell wastes to high value chemicals

Mubofu, Egid B.

Page 17

Green sample preparation of complex matrices: towards sustainable separations of organic compounds based on the biorefinery concept

Zuin, Vânia G.

Page 29

Systemic approach to the development of green chemistry

Tarasova, Natalia P. / Makarova, Anna S. / Ingel, Faina I.

Page 37

Curcumin-loaded sterically stabilized nanodispersion based on non-ionic colloidal system induced by ultrasound and solvent diffusion-evaporation

Tan, Khang Wei / Tang, Siah Ying / Thomas, Renjan / Vasanthakumari, Neela / Manickam, Sivakumar

Page 43

Green synthetic approach for starch capped silver nanoparticles and their antibacterial activity

Sibiya, Precious Nokwethemba / Xaba, Thokozani / Moloto, Makwena Justice

Page 61

Completely green synthesis of silver nanoparticle decorated MWCNT and its antibacterial and catalytic properties

Mohan, Sneha / Oluwafemi, Oluwatobi S. / Songca, Sandile P. / Rouxel, Didier / Miska, Patrice / Lewu, Francis B. / Kalarikkal, Nandakumar / Thomas, Sabu

Page 71

Green Chemistry in action: towards sustainable production of Gold nanoparticles

Mnisi, Robert L. / Ndibewu, Peter P. / Mokgalaka, Ntebogeng S.

Page 83

Quantitative structure parameters from the NMR spectroscopy of quadrupolar nuclei

Perras, Frédéric A.

Page 95

High performance fiber-shaped solar cells

Yang, Zhibin

Page 113

The mechanism of palladium(II)-mediated C–H cleavage with mono-N-protected amino acid (MPAA) ligands: origins of rate acceleration

Engle, Keary M.

Page 119

Discovery of the elements with atomic numbers Z = 113, 115 and 117 (IUPAC Technical Report)

Karol, Paul J. / Barber, Robert C. / Sherrill, Bradley M. / Vardaci, Emanuele / Yamazaki, Toshimitsu

Page 139

Discovery of the element with atomic number Z = 118 completing the 7th row of the periodic table (IUPAC Technical Report)

Karol, Paul J. / Barber, Robert C. / Sherrill, Bradley M. / Vardaci, Emanuele / Yamazaki, Toshimitsu

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