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A three-coordinate Ag(I) complex based on the V-shaped ligand 1,3-bis(1-
ethylbenzimidazol-2-yl)-2-thiapropane: synthesis, crystal structure and DNAbinding
The properties of benzimidazole and its derivatives have been studied under a broad spectrum of biological activities for many years. The benzimidazole moiety is found in various biologically active compounds having antiviral, antiulcer, antihypertensive, anticancer, and antihistaminic properties.
Mechanism of covalent adsorption of benzenesulfonamide onto COOH– and COCl– functionalised carbon nanotubes
The use of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) in drug delivery is a new, rapidly developing field. Different systems such as polymers, dendrimers, and liposomes have been used for drug delivery, but carbon nanotubes provide more effective structures due to their high drug loading capacities and good cell penetration qualities.
Observing and understanding the ultrafast photochemistry in small molecules: applications to sunscreens
Ultraviolet radiation is the most energetic component of the solar spectrum which reaches the Earth, typically subdivided into the UV‑A region, UV‑B, and the most energetic region, UV‑C. These high energy components can cause major disruptions in the biochemistry of life, often in the form of chemical bond breaking.