Chinese Journal of Chemistry
About: Chinese Journal of Chemistry is an academic journal published by Wiley. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Chemistry & Catalysis. It has an ISSN identifier of 1001-604X. Over the lifetime, 7712 publications have been published receiving 61967 citations. The journal is also known as: Zhongguo huaxue (Internet) & Acta chimica Sinica (Internet).
Papers published on a yearly basis
TL;DR: In this paper, a hairpin-structured DNA was used as a substrate to adsorb thiolated captures, integrating dual head-tail connected functional domains: one aptamer sequence for lysozyme and the other for hemin (iron(III) proto-porphyrin IX).
Abstract: This work proposed a label-free, cost-effective and fairly sensitive electrogenerated chemiluminescence (ECL) strategy for the specific detection of lysozyme based on the hemin/G-quadruplex hybrid. Gold nanoparticles were spread onto the chitosan thin-film as substrate to adsorb thiolated captures: a hairpin-structured DNA, integrating dual head-tail connected functional domains: one aptamer sequence for lysozyme and the other for hemin (iron(III) proto-porphyrin IX). In the presence of the both, the hairpin conformation unfolded and transformed into the hemin/G-quadruplex motif, which quenched the ECL emission of underlaid quantum dots significantly via the consumption of dissolved oxygen as endogenous coreactant. This construction enabled a wide linear response to lysozyme, ranging from 20 pg·mL−1 to 5 µg·mL−1, with a detection limit as low as 4.95 pg·mL−1 (e.g. 9.4 pmol·L−1), demonstrating the prospective utilization of DNA technologies in bioanalysis.
TL;DR: In this article, the authors reveal the charge generation in non-fullerene organic solar cells (OSCs) and show that OSCs can achieve efficient charge separation even in the presence of ODE.
Abstract: Revealing the charge generation is a crucial step to understand the organic photovoltaics. Recent development in non-fullerene organic solar cells (OSCs) indicates efficient charge separation even ...