1 and 2) with the use of bifunctional
organosilanes, particularly TESPT (bis-(triethoxy-silylpropyl)tetrasulfide) as coupling agent with silica, and has enabled a new compound technology in the tire industry in terms of a better wet traction, a reduced rolling resistance and an improved abrasion resistance.
More recently, the combination of fluorescent QDs and magnetic nanoparticles into single nanospheres to obtain fluorescent-magnetic bifunctional
nanospheres (FMBNs) has created the potential for broader applications in biomedicine and in clinical diagnosis.
The reaction of the functional compounds, from which one was at least bifunctional
and the second was at least trifunctional.
Techniques have been developed for the synthesis of complexes with the bifunctional
ligand 4,4'-bipyridine of the type [Cr(III)[.
In this paper the kinetic model for protein kinase interaction with peptide, ATP, and bifunctional
inhibitor is analysed.
This is a unique bifunctional
catalyst system different from anything known and offers an opportunity to invent a completely new catalytic system for this reaction.
ExoS is a bifunctional
enzyme with both GTPase-activating activity and ADP-ribosyltransferase activity.
Irvine, CA; 949-788-6700) announced that the company has been allowed a new United States patent covering its hypoxanthine-based bifunctional
molecule technology platform.
2] = CH-CHO), a highly reactive bifunctional
aldehyde, is a ubiquitous toxic air pollutant.
Keita Tanaka, Palladium-catalyzed Remote CH Activation with Bifunctional
Polymer of intrinsic microporosity (PIM-1) is a member of polymers newly synthesized by using bifunctional
hydroxylated aromatic and an activated fluorinated monomers .