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Feringa, Ben L. (Bernard Lucas), 1951- National Library of the Netherlands

Feringa, Ben L. National Library of Israel German National Library Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS NII (Japan) Sudoc [ABES], France

Feringa, Ben L. (1951- ). NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Poland

VIAF ID: 59976288 (Personal)

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Advanced molecular devices based on light-driven molecular motors National Library of the Netherlands Wikidata
Advancing selectivity control with highly reactive organometallic reagents National Library of the Netherlands
Asymmetric oxidation of phenols : atropisomerism and optical activity National Library of the Netherlands
Autonomy and chirality in molecular motors National Library of the Netherlands
Carbon-carbon bond formations using organolithium reagents National Library of the Netherlands
CD 2007 The Netherlands National Library of the Netherlands
Control of translational and rotational movement at nanoscale National Library of the Netherlands
Dynamic control of chiral space National Library of the Netherlands
Echt nano : hoe moleculen machines konden worden National Library of the Netherlands
Exploring asymmetric catalytic transformations National Library of the Netherlands
Innovatie geen zaak voor universiteiten National Library of the Netherlands
International conference on circular dichroism National Library of the Netherlands
A light-actuated nanovalve derived from a channel protein. Wikidata
Makers van leven : hoe wetenschappers leven bouwen in het lab National Library of the Netherlands
Manganese catalyzed cis-dihydroxylation of electron deficient alkenes with H(2)O(2). Wikidata
Mechanically induced gel formation. Wikidata
Mechanism-inspired engineering of phenylalanine aminomutase for enhanced β-regioselective asymmetric amination of cinnamates Wikidata
Molecular machines and motors : recent advances and perspectives National Library of the Netherlands
Molecular machines: nanomotor rotates microscale objects. Wikidata
Molecular switches National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Israel Wikidata NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France
Multivalent molecular motors for surface attachment National Library of the Netherlands
New approaches towards the synthesis of the side-chain of mycolactones A and B. Wikidata
New mechanistic insight in the thermal helix inversion of second-generation molecular motors. Wikidata
A novel catalytic asymmetric route towards skipped dienes with a methyl-substituted central stereogenic carbon. Wikidata
Optically induced cis-trans isomerisation of (eta6-cis-stilbene)Cr(CO)3. Wikidata
Optically responsive switches : understanding and improving photochromic properties National Library of the Netherlands
Optimizing rotary processes in synthetic molecular motors National Library of the Netherlands Wikidata
Orde en dynamiek in synthese National Library of the Netherlands
The origin and amplification of chirality National Library of the Netherlands
Oxygen Activated, Palladium Nanoparticle Catalyzed, Ultrafast Cross-Coupling of Organolithium Reagents. Wikidata
Peptides in motion National Library of the Netherlands
The periplasmic cavity of LacY mutant Cys154→Gly: how open is open? Wikidata
The (photo)chemistry of Stenhouse photoswitches: guiding principles and system design. Wikidata
Photochromism and electrochemistry of a dithienylcyclopentene electroactive polymer. Wikidata
Photocontrol of Antibacterial Activity: Shifting from UV to Red Light Activation. Wikidata
Photopharmacology National Library of the Netherlands Wikidata
Photoresponsive rolling and bending of thin crystals of chiral diarylethenes. Wikidata
Platinum-catalyzed selective hydration of hindered nitriles and nitriles with acid- or base-sensitive groups. Wikidata
Probing the SecYEG translocation pore size with preproteins conjugated with sizable rigid spherical molecules. Wikidata
Protein conducting channels-mechanisms, structures and applications. Wikidata
Recent advances in enantioselective copper-catalyzed 1,4-addition. Wikidata
Recent advances in the catalytic asymmetric synthesis of beta-amino acids. Wikidata
Recent developments in reversible photoregulation of oligonucleotide structure and function. Wikidata
Remarkable solvent-dependent excited-state chirality: a molecular modulator of circularly polarized luminescence. Wikidata
Responsive supramolecular systems National Library of the Netherlands Wikidata
The role of salicylic acid, L-ascorbic acid and oxalic acid in promoting the oxidation of alkenes with H2O2 catalysed by [MnIV2(O)3(tmtacn)2]2+. Wikidata
Rotary molecular motors: a large increase in speed through a small change in design. Wikidata
Rotational reorganization of doped cholesteric liquid crystalline films. Wikidata
Solvent Mixing To Induce Molecular Motor Aggregation into Bowl-Shaped Particles: Underlying Mechanism, Particle Nature, and Application To Control Motor Behavior. Wikidata
Stereoselective synthesis of 2,3,7-trimethylcyclooctanone and related compounds and determination of their relative and absolute configurations by the MalphaNP acid method. Wikidata
Stereospecific Ring Contraction of Bromocycloheptenes through Dyotropic Rearrangements via Nonclassical Carbocation-Anion Pairs. Wikidata
Straightforward synthesis of alpha,beta-unsaturated thioesters via ruthenium-catalyzed olefin cross-metathesis with thioacrylate. Wikidata
Strain-promoted copper-free "click" chemistry for 18F radiolabeling of bombesin. Wikidata
Structural dynamics of overcrowded alkene-based molecular motors during thermal isomerization. Wikidata
Supramolecular Low-Molecular-Weight Hydrogelator Stabilization of SERS-Active Aggregated Nanoparticles for Solution and Gas Sensing. Wikidata
Surface Inclusion of Unidirectional Molecular Motors in Hexagonal Tris(o-phenylene)cyclotriphosphazene. Wikidata
Synthesis and aggregation behavior of nature-inspired amphiphiles National Library of the Netherlands
Synthesis and cytotoxicity of novel lignans. Wikidata
Synthesis of solution-phase phosphoramidite and phosphite ligand libraries and their in situ screening in the rhodium-catalyzed asymmetric addition of arylboronic acids. Wikidata
Tailoring Photoisomerization Pathways in Donor-Acceptor Stenhouse Adducts: The Role of the Hydroxy Group. National Library of the Netherlands Wikidata
Towards dynamic control of wettability by using functionalized altitudinal molecular motors on solid surfaces. Wikidata
Towards Redox-Driven Unidirectional Molecular Motion. Wikidata
A trimer of ultrafast nanomotors: synthesis, photochemistry and self-assembly on graphite. Wikidata
Tunable aggregation and luminescence of bis(diarylethene)sexithiophenes. Wikidata
Tuning energy transfer in switchable donor-acceptor systems. Wikidata
Tuning the temperature dependence for switching in dithienylethene photochromic switches. Wikidata
Ultrafast light-driven nanomotors based on an acridane stator. Wikidata
Understanding the dynamics behind the photoisomerization of a light-driven fluorene molecular rotary motor. Wikidata
The unexpected role of pyridine-2-carboxylic acid in manganese based oxidation catalysis with pyridin-2-yl based ligands. Wikidata
Unidirectional rotary motion in a liquid crystalline environment: color tuning by a molecular motor Wikidata
Unravelling the electronic structure and dynamics of an isolated molecular rotary motor in the gas-phase. Wikidata
Visible-Light Excitation of a Molecular Motor with an Extended Aromatic Core. Wikidata
Wavelength-selective cleavage of photoprotecting groups: strategies and applications in dynamic systems. Wikidata

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