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of Agriculture & Technology) KONTANI, Aya; MASUDA, Miyuki; NAKAMURA, Nobuhumi; YOHDA, Masahumi; OHNO, Hiroyuki
* Substrate/Product-targeted NMR in Application to Direct Monitoring of Targeted Metabolic Reactions and Its Inhibition by a Clinical Drug (Advanced Biomedical Engineering Research Unit, Kyoto Univ.) YAMADA, Hisatsugu; MIZUSAWA, Keigo; IGARASHI, Ryuji; TOCHIO, Hidehito; SHIRAKAWA, Masahiro; TABATA, Yasuhiko; KIMURA, Yu; KONDO, Teruyuki; AOYAMA, Yasuhiro; SANDO, Shinsuke
Effect of copper ion against the fibril growth on liposome membranes (Osaka Univ.) SHIMANOUCHI, Toshinori; KITAURA, Nachi; ONISHI, Ryo; UMAKOSHI, Hiroshi; KUBOI, Ryoichi
Construction of fluorescent proteins presenting a C-terminal region of amyloid -peptide (ASRLD Unit, Gunma Univ.) TAKAHASHI, Tsuyoshi
Functional investigation of self-assembled protein tagged enyme molecules on a solid surface (Kyushu Institute of Technology) TAKATSUJI, Yoshiyuki; YAMASAKI, Ryota; IWANAGA, Atsushi; HARUYAMA, Tetsuya
Chair: MIE, Masayasu (09:00-10:00) * 8:50-9:00: interval for laptop PC connection.(3D4-01, 3D4-02, 3D4-04, 3D4-06) Control of hemolytic activity of Staphylococcus aureus a-hemolysin by synthetic molecules (Tohoku Univ.; Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials) HARIMA, Kosuke; UI, Mihoko; TANAKA, Yoshikazu; ISHII, Noriyuki; KINBARA, Kazushi
* Conformational Change with intramolecular proton transfer in visible fluorescent protein studied by single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy at 1.5 K (Tokyo Institute of Technology; The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries; Toho Univ.) FUJIWARA, Masanori; HIRANO, Mitsuharu; WATANABE, Masakatsu; ISEKI, Mineo; FUJIYOSHI, Satoru; MATSUSHITA, Michio
* Single-protein measurement of Infrared-induced structural change of a pigment binding site.
: Integrated Center for Sciences, Ehime Univ.) WATANABE, Yuta; MORI, Shigeki; MAKAE, Takahiro; OKUJIMA, Tetsuo; UNO, Hidemitsu
A Synthetic Approach for the Construction of Carbon Nanotube Segment via Cyclic Polyphenylene Derivatives (Hirosaki Univ.) ASAI, Shintaro; KUDO, Shun; NUMATA, Masayuki; ITO, Shunji; KAWAKAMI, Jun
Synthesis and Properties of Bisphenols as Precursors of Novel Galvinoxyl Radical Derivatives (Josai Univ.) OGINO, Hiroki; KAWAI, Masayuki; WAKABAYASHI, Hidetsugu; TSUKADA, Hideyuki; KOBAYASHI, Keiji.
Synthesis of a novel aryl alcohol bearing a potential of PCET (Graduate School of Science, Osaka Univ.) MARUTANI, Miki; HIRAO, Yasukazu; SAITO, Toru; MATSUMOTO, Kouzou; KURATA, Hiroyuki; KUBO, Takashi
Synthesis of the new PAH radical for building an one-dimensional column structure (Graduate School of Science, Osaka Univ.) UCHIDA, Kazuyuki; HIRAO, Yasukazu; MATSUMOTO, Kouzou; KURATA, Hiroyuki; KUBO, Takashi
Synthesis of Metal Complexes Coordinated with C2 Anion of Nitronyl-nitroxide Radical (Osaka City Univ., Graduate School of Science) ZHANG, Xun; YOKOI, Hiroyuki; SUZUKI, Shuichi; KOZAKI, Masatoshi; OKADA, Keiji
Syntheses and Properties of Nitronyl-Nitroxide (NN) with an adjacent Chiral Group (Osaka City Univ.) TANIMOTO, Ryu; SUZUKI, Shuichi; KOZAKI, Masatoshi; SHIOMI, Daisuke; SATO, Kazunobu; TAKUI, Takeji; OKADA, Keiji
Development of tumor-selective SPECT probes based on porphyrin (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chiba Univ.) SUZUKI, Masaaki; HOSHINO, Tyuji; NEYA, Saburo; UEHARA, Tomoya; ARANO, Yasushi
Synthesis and Characterization of Copper Molecular Conductor Containing Organic Acceptor TANC (Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Tokyo Univ.
Showing metabocard for Formic acid (HMDB0000142)
of Agriculture and Technology) SOBERATS, Bartomeu; YOSHIO, Masafumi; ICHIKAWA, Takahiro; OHNO, Hiroyuki; KATO, Takashi
Structure-Property Relationship in Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Materials Containing Giant-Ring-Shaped Polyoxomolybdate and Liquid-Crystalline Molecules (Ritsumeikan Univ.) KIYOHARA, Ayumi; TSUMORI, Tatsuhiro; UNO, Kenjiro; TSUTSUMI, Osamu
Synthesis of 4-sulfocalixarene ion complex and the property of its thin film (Wakayama National College of Technology) NAKANISHI, Tatsuya; NOMURA, Eisaku
Synthesis of pentagalloyl glucoses having long alkyl chains and their phase transition (Wakayama National College of Technology) KATSUYAMA, Daisuke; MATSUBARA, Tomoya; NOMURA, Eisaku
Specific Assembly of Agar Gels with Acrylamide Gels Based on Molecular Recognition (Graduate School of Science, Osaka Univ.) YAMAGUCHI, Hiroyasu; LIU, Chun-yen; TAKASHIMA, Yoshinori; HARADA, Akira
Evaluation of DLC coating film characteristics by Terahertz spectroscopy (TIRI) FUJIMAKI, Yasuto; YASUDA, Takashi; AKIYAMA, Koichiro; NAKAO, Setsuo; UEDA, Shizuyo; TERAYAMA, Nobuyuki; SAKAMOTO, Tomoaki; MOTOI, Akio
Synthesis of graphene-nanoplate and support of platinum by ultrasonication (Fac.
Kyushu Univ.) SAKASHITA, Ryuichi; TOGANOH, Motoki; FURUTA, Hiroyuki
Synthesis and Metallation of Doubly N-Confused Hexaphyrin containing Bipyrrole Unit (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate School of Engineering Kyushu Univ.) NISHIMURA, Keiichi; TOGANOH, Motoki; FURUTA, Hiroyuki
Synthesis and properties of subporphyrins bearing an axial B-C bond (Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto Univ.) SAGA, Shun; HAYASHI, Shinya; TSURUMAKI, Eiji; ARATANI, Naoki; OSUKA, Atsuhiro
Chair: HIROTO, Satoru (15:40-16:30) * 15:30-15:40: interval for laptop PC connection.(2M1-41, 2M1-42, 2M1-43, 2M1-44, 2M1-45) Synthesis of beta-Functionalized Hexaphyrins (Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto Univ.) HIGASHINO, Tomohiro; OSUKA, Atsuhiro
Synthesis and Characterization of Butadiyne-bridged Porphyrin Oligomers (Graduate School of Science, Kyoto Univ.) TOKUJI, Sumito; YORIMITSU, Hideki; OSUKA, Atsuhiro
Synthesis of -free subporphyrin as a useful synthetic precursor (Graduate School of Science, Kyoto Univ.) KITANO, Masaaki; HAYASHI, Shin-ya; OSUKA, Atsuhiro
Syntheses and properties of a pyrene-fused subphthalocyanine and pyrene-bridged subphthalocyanine dimers (Graduate School of Science, Tohoku Univ.) NAKANO, Shota; SHIMIZU, Soji; KOBAYASHI, Nagao
Synthesis of Phosphorus Phthalocyanine Analogs Absorbing in the Near-IR Region (Graduate school of science, Tohoku Univ.) SATO, Ko; FURUYAMA, Taniyuki; KOBAYASHI, Nagao
Chair: YAMASHITA, Ken-ichi (16:40-17:30) * 16:30-16:40: interval for laptop PC connection.(2M1-47, 2M1-48, 2M1-49, 2M1-51) Structures and Properties of Gold Phthalocyanines and its Analogues (Tohoku Univ.) MIURA, Akito; SHIMIZU, Soji; WONG, Edwin; LEZNOFF, Daniel; KOBAYASHI, Nagao
Preparation and optical properties of porphyrin-linked silole (Saitama Univ.) OHYA, Tatsuki; KOYAMA, Tetsuo; MATSUOKA, Kouji; HATANO, Ken
* Synthesis and Property of Novel Porphyrinoids Consisting of Carbazole and Indole (Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio Univ.) MAEDA, Chihiro; YOSHIOKA, Naoki
Synthesis and Properties of Carbazole-Containing Expanded Thiaporphyrins (Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio Univ.) MASUDA, Motoki; MAEDA, Chihiro; YOSHIOKA, Naoki
Chair: MAEDA, Chihiro (09:00-09:50) * 8:50-9:00: interval for laptop PC connection.(3M1-01, 3M1-02, 3M1-03, 3M1-04, 3M1-05) Synthesis of Donor-Acceptor Porphyrin and Quantitative Analysis of Absorption Spectrum (Kyoto Univ.) KATSUDA, Takayuki
Synthesis and characterization of dithiaporphyrin and thiacorrole (Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya Univ.) KAMIYA, Hiroki; SAKIDA, Takafumi; YAMAGUCHI, Shigeru; SHINOKUBO, Hiroshi
Synthesis of porphyrin dimers by oxidation of amino porphyrins.
01/01/2010 · Silica aerogel: synthesis and ..
(Nagoya Univ.) SEKIGUCHI, Koji; KASHIDA, Hiromu; ASANUMA, Hiroyuki
3D3-11* Stereoselective formation of the cyclobutane UV-lesion for application to chemical synthesis of DNA (Osaka Univ.) YAMAMOTO, Junpei; NISHIGUCHI, Kosuke; IWAI, Shigenori
Chair: IWAI, Shigenori (11:10-12:30) * 11:00-11:10: interval for laptop PC connection.(3D3-14, 3D3-16, 3D3-18, 3D3-19, 3D3-20, 3D3-21)3D3-14* Base recognition abilities and kinetic analysis of N-oxidized 2'-deoxynucleoside derivatives in polymerase reactions (Tokyo Institute of Technology) TSUNODA, Hirosuke; OHKUBO, Akihiro; SEIO, Kohji; SEKINE, Mitsuo
3D3-16* Methylated gene detection using ferrocenylnaphthalene diimide-based electrochemical hybridization assay (Kyushu Inst.
Sci.) FUJII, Kazuko; KURODA, Takashi; SAKODA, Kazuaki; IYI, Nobuo
3G6-44 Synthesis of cyclometalated Iridium(III) complexes within layered silicates and its light-emitting property (Tokyo Institute of Technology; Graduate School of Science and Engineering) SUGIYAMA, Motohiko; XU, Chen; MOCHIZUKI, Dai; WADA, Yuji
3G6-45 Temperature-dependent Spectroscopic Characteristics of Clusters of Organic Molecules Adsorbed on the Surface of Clay Layers (Yamaguchi Univ.) YAMAMOTO, Kota; MATSUNAGA, Ryoya; SUZUKI, Yasutaka; KAWAMATA, Jun
3G6-46 Control of Aggregation Structures of Gold Nanoparticles with Photoresponsive Liquid Crystals (Ritsumeikan Univ.) YAMAMOTO, Keitarou; KURANARI, Asuna; FUJISAWA, Kaori; HASHISHIN, Takeshi; YOGI, Chihiro; KOJIMA, Kazuo; TSUTSUMI, Osamu
Chair: SATO, Hisako (16:50-17:40) * 16:40-16:50: interval for laptop PC connection.(3G6-48, 3G6-49, 3G6-51, 3G6-52)3G6-48 One-Directional Alignment of Gold Nanoparticles by Surface Anchoring of Liquid Crystals (Ritsumeikan Univ.) OTA, Koji; ARISAKA, Hiromu; TSUTSUMI, Osamu
3G6-49* Micropatterning of titanium oxide via photo-triggered materials motion (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)) NISHIZAWA, Kaori; NAGANO, Syusaku; SEKI, Takahiro
3G6-51 Optical manipulation of layered superconductor Utilizing Photochromic intercalators (Keio Univ.) IKEGAMI, Aya; SUDA, Masayuki; EINAGA, Yasuaki
3G6-52 Improvement of thermal stability of azobenzene by methylation at positions and its mechanism (Nagoya Univ.) NISHIOKA, Hidenori; LIANG, Xingguo; ASANUMA, Hiroyuki
Chair: YAN, Hu (09:00-10:00) * 8:50-9:00: interval for laptop PC connection.(4G6-01, 4G6-02, 4G6-03, 4G6-05)4G6-01 Construction of a Novel Solar Cell Composed of Visible Light Induced Oxygenation System.
of Porphyrins through Organometallic Methodologies
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Since imine 10 cannot be oxidized using I2 as the oxidant, it cannot kinetically compete with 6 and 7. What happens if two oxidizable imines compete for an oxidant? To answer this question, 1 equiv of 5 was exposed to a 1:1 mixture of 3 and 4 (1.5 equiv of each). As expected, imines 6 and 7 formed after overnight heating in PhMe. The Curtin−Hammett principle stipulates that oxidation of this mixture could have different outcomes depending on its rate. If imines are oxidized faster than they exchange with each other, the final 8/9 ratio should be similar to the equilibrium 6/7 ratio. On the other hand, if oxidation is much slower than imine exchange, the more rapidly oxidizing imine (presumably the more electron-rich 6) should slowly “leak out” of the equilibrium mixture, causing the re-equilibration to quickly replenish it. In such a situation, 8 should be obtained in high yield as the product of the faster oxidation, which was more desirable from a synthetic viewpoint. The use of 1 equiv of I2 as the oxidant and its slow addition (via syringe pump) ensured that the oxidation indeed proceeded more slowly than imine exchange, and 8 was obtained as the only oxidation product (70%) along with amine 4, which was recovered unchanged (Scheme ). No 9 was detected by 1H NMR spectroscopy.
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