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Author Index Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2005

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Angewandte
Author Index
Chemie
Author Index
The entry for correspondence authors includes the complete information regarding the article. For the coauthors, the
type of article and the page numbers are listed. The page numbers in square brackets refer to the
German edition [Angew. Chem. 2005, 117] of Angewandte Chemie.
(C) ¼ Communication (E) ¼ Essay (H) ¼ Highlight (L) ¼ Correspondence (M) ¼ Minireview (O) ¼ Obituary
(R) ¼ Review Article (T) ¼ Meeting Review
Abad, A. (C) 4066 – 4069 [4134 – 4137]
Abad, J. A. (C) 6001 – 6004 [6155 – 6158]
Abakumov, G. A.
– Reversible Binding of Dioxygen by a NonTransition-Metal Complex
(C) 2767 – 2771 [2827 – 2831]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462503
Abakumova, L. G. (C) 2767 – 2771 [2827 –
2831]
Abbas, H. (C) 3415 – 3419 [3481 – 3485]
Abboud, K. A. (C) 892 – 896 [914 – 918], 897 –
901 [919 – 923], 5834 – 5838 [5984 – 5988]
Abe, M.
– Photoconversion of a Redox-Active SelfAssembled Monolayer: In Situ Probing of
Photoinduced CO Dissociation from a
Triruthenium Cluster Center on Gold
(C) 416 – 419 [420 – 423]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200460651
Abele, B. C. (C) 3136 – 3139 [3196 – 3199]
Abid, M. (C) 3086 – 3089 [3146 – 3149]
Abu-Omar, M. M.
– On the Mechanism of the Reaction of
Organic Azides with Transition Metals:
Evidence for Triplet Nitrene Capture
(C) 6203 – 6207 [6359 – 6363]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462647
Acharya, H. P. (C) 3481 – 3484 [3547 – 3550]
Ackermann, L.
– Efficient Aryl – (Hetero)Aryl Coupling by
Activation of CCl and CF Bonds Using
Nickel Complexes of Air-Stable Phosphine
Oxides
(C) 7216 – 7219 [7382 – 7386]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501860
– Modular Diamino- and Dioxophosphine
Oxides and Chlorides as Ligands for Transition-Metal-Catalyzed CC and CN
Couplings with Aryl Chlorides
(C) 2444 – 2447 [2497 – 2500]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462371
– Titanium-Catalyzed
Intermolecular
Hydroamination of Vinylarenes
(C) 5972 – 5974 [6126 – 6128]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501423
Acquah, S. F. A. (C) 325 – 328 [329 – 332]
Adams, R. D.
– A Highly Unsaturated Platinum – Rhenium Cluster Complex that Adds an
Unusually Large Amount of Hydrogen
(C) 2531 – 2533 [2587 – 2589]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500086
Adibekian, A. (C) 7605 – 7607 [7777 – 7780]
Adolfsson, H.
– Organocatalytic Hydride Transfers: A New
Concept in Asymmetric Hydrogenations
(H) 3340 – 3342 [3404 – 3406]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500827
Adolph, S. (C) 2806 – 2808 [2866 – 2869]
Adrian, M. (C) 1388 – 1392 [1412 – 1416]
Adzic, R. R.
– Controlling the Catalytic Activity of Platinum-Monolayer
Electrocatalysts
for
Oxygen Reduction with Different Substrates
(C) 2132 – 2135 [2170 – 2173]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462335
Affronte, M.
– Linking Rings through Diamines and Clusters: Exploring Synthetic Methods for
Making Magnetic Quantum Gates
(C) 6496 – 6500 [6654 – 6658]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502505
Agarrabeitia, A. R. (C) 7739 – 7741 [7917 –
7919]
Aggarwal, V. K.
– Enantioselective a-Arylation of Cyclohexanones with Diaryl Iodonium Salts: Application to the Synthesis of ()-Epibatidine
(C) 5516 – 5519 [5652 – 5655]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501745
– On the Importance of Leaving Group
Ability in Reactions of Ammonium, Oxonium, Phosphonium, and Sulfonium Ylides
(C) 5468 – 5471 [5604 – 5607]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501526
– Reevaluation of the Mechanism of the
Baylis – Hillman Reaction: Implications
for Asymmetric Catalysis
(C) 1706 – 1708 [1734 – 1736]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462462
Aggeli, A. (C) 1965 – 1968 [2001 – 2004]
Aguilar, A. (C) 5989 – 5992 [6143 – 6146]
Aguilar, E. (C) 5875 – 5878 [6025 – 6028]
Ahijado, M. (C) 6947 – 6951 [7107 – 7111]
Ahlrichs, R. (C) 3932 – 3936 [4002 – 4005]
Ahn, J.-H. (C) 328 – 332 [332 – 336]
Ai, X.-C. (C) 747 – 750 [757 – 760]
Aida, T.
– Fully Plastic Actuator through Layer-byLayer Casting with Ionic-Liquid-Based
Bucky Gel
(C) 2410 – 2413 [2462 – 2465]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462318
– Planar or Perpendicular? Conformational
Preferences of p-Conjugated Metalloporphyrin Dimers and Trimers in Supramolecular Tubular Arrays
(C) 4884 – 4888 [4962 – 4966]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500887
Aida, T. (C) 419 – 423 [423 – 427]
Aikawa, K. (C) 7257 – 7260 [7423 – 7426]
Aime, S.
– Highly Sensitive MRI Chemical Exchange
Saturation Transfer Agents Using Liposomes
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2005, 44, 7997 – 8075
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200512345
A
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(C) 5513 – 5515 [5649 – 5651]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501473
– Tunable Imaging of Cells Labeled with
MRI-PARACEST Agents
(C) 1813 – 1815 [1847 – 1849]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462566
Aizenberg, J.
– Template-Dependent Morphogenesis of
Oriented Calcite Crystals in the Presence
of Magnesium Ions
(C) 2386 – 2390 [2438 – 2442]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462296
Ajikumar, P. K. (C) 5476 – 5479 [5612 – 5615]
Akagi, K.
– Optically Active Conjugated Polymers
Prepared from Achiral Monomers by Polycondensation in a Chiral Nematic Solvent
(C) 4322 – 4328 [4396 – 4402]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462859
Akasaka, T.
– 2D NMR Characterization of the La@C82
Anion
(C) 3282 – 3285 [3346 – 3349]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500039
– S-Heterocyclic Carbene with a Disilane
Backbone
(C) 7567 – 7570 [7739 – 7742]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502971
Ikermark, B. Corrigendum: 506
Akita, M. (C) 4899 – 4903 [4977 – 4981]
Akiyama, K.
– Study of Anisotropic Interfacial Electron
Transfer Across a Semiconductor/Solution
Interface by Time-Resolved EPR Spectroscopy
(C) 3591 – 3594 [3657 – 3660]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200461681
Akiyama, R. (C) 2732 – 2737 [2792 – 2797]
Akutagawa, T.
– Molecularly Assembled Nanostructures of
a Redox-Active Organogelator
(C) 7283 – 7287 [7449 – 7453]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502336
Akutagawa, T. (C) 292 – 295 [296 – 299]
Akutsu, H. (C) 292 – 295 [296 – 299]
Akutsu-Sato, A. (C) 292 – 295 [296 – 299]
Al-Harrasi, A. (C) 6227 – 6231 [6383 – 6387]
Al-Hashimi, H. M.
– Evidence that Electrostatic Interactions
Dictate the Ligand-Induced Arrest of
RNA Global Flexibility
(C) 3412 – 3415 [3478 – 3481]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500075
Alam, M. S. (C) 803 – 806 [813 – 817], 7896 –
7900 [8109 – 8113]
Albinati, A. (C) 5701 – 5705 [5847 – 5851]
Albini, A.
– Metal-Free Cross-Coupling Reactions of
Aryl Sulfonates and Phosphates through
Photoheterolysis of Aryl – Oxygen Bonds
(C) 1232 – 1236 [1258 – 1262]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200461444
2005 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
7997
Author Index
– Photo-Cross-Coupling Reaction of Electron-Rich Aryl Chlorides and Aryl Esters
with Alkynes: A Metal-Free Alkynylation
(C) 5675 – 5678 [5821 – 5824]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501541
Albinsson, B. (C) 7591 – 7594 [7763 – 7766]
Albonetti, C. (C) 888 – 892 [910 – 914]
Albouy, P. A. (C) 4589 – 4592 [4665 – 4668]
Albrecht, M.
– Artificial Molecular Double-Stranded
Helices
(H) 6448 – 6451 [6606 – 6609]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501472
Albrecht-Gary, A.-M.
– Supramolecular Click Chemistry with a
Bisammonium-C60 Substrate and a Ditopic
Crown Ether Host
(C) 5338 – 5341 [5472 – 5475]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501249
Albrecht-Schmitt, T. E.
– Actinide Materials Adopt Curvature:
Nanotubules and Nanospheres
(H) 4836 – 4838 [4914 – 4916]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500936
Albu-Yaron, A. (C) 4169 – 4172 [4241 – 4244]
Alcalde, M. (C) 7553 – 7557 [7725 – 7729]
Alcaraz, C. (C) 5630 – 5634 [5774 – 5779]
Aldaba, E. (C) 2903 – 2907 [2963 – 2967]
Aldabergerova, S. (C) 7463 – 7465 [7629 –
7632]
Aldridge, S.
– Cationic Terminal Borylene Complexes: A
Synthetic and Mechanistic Investigation of
M¼B Metathesis Chemistry
(C) 7457 – 7460 [7623 – 7626]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502343
– Selective Electrochemical Detection of
Hydrogen Fluoride by Ambiphilic Ferrocene Derivatives
(C) 3606 – 3609 [3672 – 3675]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500527
Alemparte, C. (C) 2896 – 2899 [2956 – 2959]
Alexakis, A.
– Enantioselective Copper-Catalyzed Conjugate Addition to Trisubstituted Cyclohexenones: Construction of Stereogenic Quaternary Centers
(C) 1376 – 1378 [1400 – 1402]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462137
Aliaga-Alcalde, N. (C) 2908 – 2912 [2968 –
2972]
Allemann, R. K.
– Photochemical Regulation of DNA-Binding Specificity of MyoD
(C) 7778 – 7782 [7956 – 7960]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502666
Allix, M. M. B. (C) 7733 – 7736 [7911 – 7914]
Alonso, I. (C) 5670 – 5674 [5816 – 5820]
Alonso, J. L. (C) 3840 – 3844 [3908 – 3912],
6311 – 6315 [6469 – 6473]
Alonso-Gómez, J. L. (C) 5074 – 5078 [5203 –
5207]
Alsfasser, R.
– The Deposition of Metallopeptide-Based
Coordination Polymers on Graphite Substrates: Effects of Side-Chain Functional
Groups and Local Surface Structure
(C) 803 – 806 [813 – 817]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200461274
Alteheld, A. (C) 1188 – 1192 [1212 – 1216]
Altmann, K.-H.
– Scaffolds for Microtubule Inhibition
through Extensive Modification of the
Epothilone Template
7998
Albi – Aren
(C) 7469 – 7473 [7636 – 7640]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501760
Altus, E. (C) 7432 – 7435 [7598 – 7601]
Alvarez, S. (C) 2711 – 2715 [2771 – 2775]
Alves de Sousa, R. (C) 6162 – 6165 [6318 –
6321]
Amann, C. M. (C) 6546 – 6549 [6704 – 6707]
Amaranatha Reddy, R. (C) 774 – 778 [784 –
788]
Ambhaikar, N. B. (C) 606 – 609 [612 – 615],
3892 – 3895 [3960 – 3963]
Amenitsch, H. (C) 4589 – 4592 [4665 – 4668]
Amir, E. (C) 7374 – 7378 [7540 – 7544]
Amir, R. J. (C) 4378 – 4381 [4452 – 4455]
Amo-Ochoa, P. (C) 5670 – 5674 [5816 – 5820]
AmorKn, M. (C) 5710 – 5713 [5856 – 5859]
Amorós, P. (C) 2918 – 2922 [2978 – 2982]
Amouri, H.
– Host – Guest Interactions: Design Strategy
and Structure of an Unusual Cobalt Cage
That Encapsulates a Tetrafluoroborate
Anion
(C) 4543 – 4546 [4619 – 4622]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500786
Amslinger, S. (C) 7114 – 7118 [7276 – 7280]
An, H. (C) 5100 – 5103 [5230 – 5233]
An, M. H. (C) 4929 – 4932 [5009 – 5012]
Anagho, L. E. (C) 3271 – 3275 [3335 – 3339]
Anand, V. G. (C) 7244 – 7248 [7410 – 7414]
Ananda, K. (C) 4972 – 4975 [5052 – 5055]
Anderson, K. W. (C) 6173 – 6177 [6329 –
6333]
Anderson, M. W.
– A New Minimal Surface and the Structure
of Mesoporous Silicas
(C) 3243 – 3248 [3307 – 3312]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462295
Anderson, O. P. (C) 7984 – 7987 [8198 – 8201]
Anderson, T. M. (C) 3540 – 3544 [3606 – 3610]
Andersson, M. (C) 7269 – 7273 [7435 – 7439]
Ando, H.
– 1,5-Lactamized Sialyl Acceptors for Various Disialoside Syntheses: Novel Method
for the Synthesis of Glycan Portions of
Hp-s6 and HLG-2 Gangliosides
(C) 6759 – 6763 [6917 – 6921]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501608
Andréasson, J.
– Molecular AND Logic Gate Based on
Electric Dichroism of a Photochromic
Dihydroindolizine
(C) 7591 – 7594 [7763 – 7766]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502420
Andreitchenko, E. V. (C) 6348 – 6354 [6506 –
6512]
Andrés, J. (C) 904 – 909 [926 – 931]
Andrews, C. G. (C) 7453 – 7456 [7619 – 7622]
Andrews, L.
– [H2C¼ZrH2]: The Simplest Carbene Hydride Complex, Agostic Bonding, and CH
Activation of CH4 to Form [(CH3)2ZrH2]
(C) 113 – 116 [115 – 118]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200461526
Andrikopoulos, P. C. (C) 3459 – 3462 [3525 –
3528]
Andruniów, T. (C) 6077 – 6081 [6231 – 6235]
Anselmetti, D.
– Single-Molecule Experiments in Synthetic
Biology: An Approach to the Affinity
Ranking of DNA-Binding Peptides
(C) 3921 – 3924 [3989 – 3993]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500152
– Supramolecular Chemistry at the SingleMolecule Level
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(C) 484 – 488 [489 – 492]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200461382
Anslyn, E. V.
– A Functional Assay for Heparin in Serum
Using a Designed Synthetic Receptor
(C) 5679 – 5682 [5825 – 5828]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501437
– Differential Receptors Create Patterns
That Distinguish Various Proteins
(C) 6375 – 6378 [6533 – 6536]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501137
Anson, C. E. (C) 4187 – 4192 [4259 – 4264],
5242 – 5246 [5376 – 5381], 6678 – 6682
[6836 – 6840], 7048 – 7053 [7210 – 7215]
Antipin, M. Yu. (C) 3400 – 3402 [3466 – 3468]
Antoine, T. (C) 1350 – 1352 [1374 – 1376]
Antonenko, Yu. N. (C) 1195 – 1198 [1219 –
1223]
Antonietti, M. (C) 4087 – 4092 [4156 – 4161],
(R) 5576 – 5591 [5714 – 5730], (C) 6004 –
6009 [6158 – 6163]
Antonijevic, S.
– A Synthetic Zwitterionic Water Channel:
Characterization in the Solid State by Xray Crystallography and NMR Spectroscopy
(C) 5720 – 5725 [5866 – 5871]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500207
Antonijevic, S. (C) 2935 – 2938 [2995 – 2998]
Antonio, M. R. (C) 2135 – 2139 [2173 – 2177]
Antoniotti, S. (C) 4949 – 4953 [5029 – 5033]
Anwander, R.
– Trimethylyttrium and Trimethyllutetium
(C) 5303 – 5306 [5437 – 5440]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200463109
Aoki, M. (C) 7447 – 7450 [7613 – 7616]
Aoun, R. (C) 2021 – 2023 [2057 – 2059]
Apeloig, Y.
– Nonsolvated, Aggregated 1,1-Dilithiosilane and the Derived Silyl Radicals
(C) 739 – 743 [749 – 753]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200461765
Apostol, M. (C) 2580 – 2582 [2636 – 2638]
Appelhagen, A.
– Calculation of Clathrate-Like Water Clusters Including H2O-Buckminsterfullerene
(C) 811 – 815 [821 – 826]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200460899
Aquilanti, V. (C) 2356 – 2360 [2408 – 2412]
Arad, T. (C) 4169 – 4172 [4241 – 4244]
Arai, K. (C) 761 – 764 [771 – 774]
Arai, S. (C) 5459 – 5464 [5595 – 5600]
Arai, T. (C) 1546 – 1548 [1570 – 1572]
Arakawa, Y. (C) 3861 – 3864 [3929 – 3932]
Aranzaes, J. R. (R) 7852 – 7872 [8062 – 8083]
Aratani, N. (C) 6899 – 6901 [7059 – 7061]
Arceo, E. (C) 6187 – 6190 [6343 – 6346]
Archuleta, J. G. (C) 737 – 739 [747 – 749]
Ardeli-Tzaraf, Y. (C) 2885 – 2887 [2945 –
2947]
Arduengo III, A. J.
– The Generation of a Metallocene-Fused
Imidazol-2-ylidene and Its Mercury Complex
(C) 7240 – 7244 [7406 – 7410]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200502814
Arduini, A.
– Selective Synthesis of Two Constitutionally
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(C) 278 – 281 [282 – 285]
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Arduini, A. (C) 2913 – 2916 [2973 – 2976]
Arenz, S. (C) 5485 – 5488 [5621 – 5624]
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Arif, A. M. (C) 3129 – 3132 [3189 – 3192],
6546 – 6549 [6704 – 6707]
Arihara, R. (C) 2245 – 2249 [2285 – 2289]
Arik, I. C. (C) 400 – 403 [404 – 407]
Arikawa, Y. (C) 5509 – 5513 [5645 – 5649]
Arion, V. B.
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(C) 7938 – 7942 [8152 – 8156]
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Armes, S. P. (C) 4795 – 4798 [4873 – 4876]
Armesto, D.
– The Effects of Triplet SensitizersN Energies
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Armstrong, D. R. (C) 3459 – 3462 [3525 –
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Arndt, S. (C) 7473 – 7477 [7640 – 7644]
Arnesano, F. (C) 6341 – 6344 [6499 – 6502]
AromK, G.
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Arora, P. S.
– Enhanced Metabolic Stability and ProteinBinding Properties of Artificial a Helices
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Arrieta, A. (C) 2903 – 2907 [2963 – 2967]
Arrio, M.-A. (C) 4798 – 4801 [4876 – 4879]
Artaud, I.
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Arya, P.
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Ashkenasy, N. (C) 1401 – 1404 [1425 – 1428]
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Arif – Bald
Astruc, D.
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– Hydrogen-Bonded
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– Chemo-, Regio-, and Stereoselective
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Auer, G. (C) 7620 – 7624 [7793 – 7797]
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Autrey, T.
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Avram, L. (R) 520 – 554 [524 – 560]
Axel, R.
– Scents and Sensibility: A Molecular Logic
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Axtell, A. T. (C) 5834 – 5838 [5984 – 5988]
Azov, V. A. (C) 4635 – 4638 [4711 – 4715]
Azzaroni, O. (C) 4578 – 4581 [4654 – 4657]
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Author Index
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DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500138
Epstein, O. L. (C) 121 – 123 [123 – 125]
Erhardt, S. (C) 1078 – 1082 [1102 – 1106]
Eriksson, L. (C) 4877 – 4880 [4955 – 4958]
Erlebacher, J.
– Epitaxial Casting of Nanotubular Mesoporous Platinum
(C) 4002 – 4006 [4070 – 4074]
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Ernst, M. (C) 2441 – 2444 [2494 – 2497]
Ernsting, N. P.
– Ultrafast Solvation of N-Methyl-6-quinolone Probes Local IR Spectrum
(C) 5635 – 5639 [5779 – 5783]
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Errington, R. J.
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Ertl, G. (C) 139 – 142 [141 – 144]
Escax, V. (C) 4798 – 4801 [4876 – 4879]
Escolano, C.
– Stephacidin B,
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(H) 7670 – 7673 [7844 – 7847]
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Espindola, P. (C) 2447 – 2451 [2501 – 2505]
Espinosa, A. (C) 1977 – 1981 [2013 – 2017]
Esquibel, J. (C) 3086 – 3089 [3146 – 3149]
Esteves da Silva, J. C. G.
– Synthesis of Luciferyl Coenzyme A: A
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Estévez, R. E. (C) 319 – 322 [323 – 326]
2005 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
8011
Author Index
Estrada, A. A. (C) 1378 – 1382 [1402 – 1406],
3736 – 3740 [3802 – 3806]
Evangelisti, M. (C) 6496 – 6500 [6654 – 6658]
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– Polycyclic Molecules from Linear Precursors: Stereoselective Synthesis of Clavolonine and Related Complex Structures
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Evans, S. T. (C) 778 – 782 [788 – 792]
Exner, K. (C) 2433 – 2437 [2485 – 2490]
Expert, D. (C) 2580 – 2582 [2636 – 2638]
EychmTller, A.
– Aerogels from Semiconductor Nanomaterials
(H) 4839 – 4841 [4917 – 4919]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501052
– Selective Fabrication of Ordered Bimetallic Nanostructures with Hierarchical Porosity
(C) 5997 – 6001 [6151 – 6155]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501471
F
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Faber, K.
– Highly Enantioselective sec-Alkyl Sulfatase Activity of the Marine Planctomycete
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(C) 6381 – 6384 [6539 – 6542]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200501955
Fabian, H.
– 13C-Labeled Tyrosine Residues as Local IR
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Fabris, S.
– Templated Growth of Metal – Organic
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(C) 6142 – 6145 [6298 – 6301]
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Fabrizi de Biani, F. (C) 5701 – 5705 [5847 –
5851]
Facchetti, A. (C) 7922 – 7925 [8136 – 8139]
Fagnoni, M.
– Metal-Free Cross-Coupling Reactions of
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– Acetylenic Allenophanes: An Asymmetric
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8012
Estr – Fial
Fallis, I. A.
– Selective Electrochemical Detection of
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Fallis, I. A. (C) 5282 – 5284 [5416 – 5418]
Fan, C.
– Nanoparticle PCR: Nanogold-Assisted
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Fan, Hongjun (C) 5090 – 5093 [5220 – 5223]
Fan, Huizhi (C) 615 – 617 [621 – 623]
Fan, J.-Q.
– Rational Design and Synthesis of Highly
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Fan, Y. (C) 6067 – 6074 [6221 – 6228]
Fañanás, F. J. (C) 126 – 128 [128 – 130]
Fang, H. (C) 2737 – 2742 [2797 – 2802]
Fang, J. (C) 1965 – 1968 [2001 – 2004]
Fang, M. (C) 2005 – 2008 [2041 – 2044]
Fang, Q. (C) 3845 – 3848 [3913 – 3916]
Fang, X. (C) 3540 – 3544 [3606 – 3610]
Fang, Y. (C) 3562 – 3565 [3628 – 3631]
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– Mechanism of the Initial Conformational
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Fantoni, A. (C) 6341 – 6344 [6499 – 6502]
Faraoni, R. (C) 3874 – 3879 [3942 – 3947]
Farès, C. (C) 7776 – 7778 [7954 – 7956]
Farhan, T. (C) 4578 – 4581 [4654 – 4657]
Farjon, J. (C) 427 – 429 [431 – 433]
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– [Pb5{Mo(CO)3}2]4 : A Complex Containing
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Fedorov, V. E.
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Fehrmann, R. (C) 815 – 819 [826 – 830]
Fei, Z. (C) 5720 – 5725 [5866 – 5871]
2005 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
www.angewandte.org
Feil, F. (C) 6537 – 6540 [6695 – 6698]
Feldmann, J. (C) 1520 – 1525 [1544 – 1549]
Felli, I. C. (C) 3089 – 3092 [3149 – 3152]
Feng, J. (C) 5083 – 5087 [5213 – 5217]
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Feng, X. (C) 5115 – 5118 [5245 – 5248]
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Férey, G. (C) 6488 – 6491 [6646 – 6649]
Ferguson, M. J. (C) 2005 – 2008 [2041 – 2044],
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Feringa, B. L.
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Fernández, A. B. (C) 2370 – 2373 [2422 –
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Fernández, I. (C) 4397 – 4400 [4471 – 4474]
Fernández-Alonso, M. del C. (C) 2360 – 2364
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Fernández-RodrKguez, M. A. (C) 5875 – 5878
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Fernández Sanz, J. (C) 3429 – 3432 [3495 –
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Ferraris, J. P. (C) 6207 – 6210 [6363 – 6366]
Ferré, N. (C) 6077 – 6081 [6231 – 6235]
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Ferretti, L. (C) 1816 – 1820 [1850 – 1854]
Ferrigno, R. (C) 5682 – 5686 [5828 – 5832]
Fery, A. (C) 2420 – 2426 [2472 – 2478]
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Feussner, I. (C) 158 – 161 [161 – 164]
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Angewandte
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Fiebig, T.
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Fiedler, J. (C) 2103 – 2106 [2140 – 2143],
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Fielenbach, D. (C) 794 – 797 [804 – 807],
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Figueroa, J. S. (C) 2560 – 2563 [2616 – 2619],
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Fink, T. (C) 1504 – 1508 [1528 – 1532]
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Finn, M. G. (C) 3275 – 3279 [3339 – 3343]
Fischer, A. (C) 3906 – 3909 [3974 – 3977]
Fischer, C. (C) 1184 – 1188 [1208 – 1212]
Fischer, Gerd (C) 7884 – 7887 [8096 – 8099]
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Fischer, P. (C) 6231 – 6234 [6387 – 6390]
Fischer, R. (C) 1560 – 1563 [1584 – 1588]
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Fischer, R. W. (C) 6237 – 6241 [6394 – 6397]
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Fieb – Fu
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Fishwick, C. W. G. (C) 1965 – 1968 [2001 –
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Flomenbom, O. (C) 560 – 564 [566 – 570]
Flood, A. H. (C) 7035 – 7039 [7197 – 7201]
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Fokin, V. V. (C) 3275 – 3279 [3339 – 3343]
Foley, S. (C) 110 – 112 [112 – 114]
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Forster, P. M. (C) 7608 – 7611 [7780 – 7784]
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Fossi, M. (C) 6151 – 6154 [6307 – 6310]
Fournié-Zaluski, M.-C. (C) 4058 – 4061
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Fox, A. R. (C) 7729 – 7733 [7907 – 7911]
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Foxman, B. M. (C) 105 – 108 [107 – 110],
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Fraga, H. (C) 3427 – 3429 [3493 – 3495]
Fragassi, M. (C) 278 – 281 [282 – 285]
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Franck, E. U. (R) 2672 – 2692 [2730 – 2752]
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Frantz, R. (C) 5060 – 5064 [5188 – 5192]
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Frish, L. (R) 520 – 554 [524 – 560]
Froelich, J. M. (C) 2694 – 2700 [2754 – 2760]
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Frohn, H. J. (C) 406 – 409 [410 – 413]
Fronczek, F. R. (C) 3047 – 3050 [3107 – 3110]
Fructos, M. R. (C) 5284 – 5288 [5418 – 5422]
Fruk, L. (C) 2603 – 2606 [2659 – 2662]
Frutos, L. M. (C) 5828 – 5830 [5978 – 5980]
Fry, C. G. (C) 786 – 790 [796 – 800]
Fryer, B. J. (C) 2135 – 2139 [2173 – 2177]
Fu, D. (C) 5520 – 5523 [5656 – 5659]
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2005 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
8013
Author Index
Fu, G. D. (C) 1104 – 1107 [1128 – 1131]
Fu, L.-M. (C) 747 – 750 [757 – 760]
Fu, Y. (C) 4731 – 4735 [4809 – 4813]
Fuchigami, T.
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Fuchs, A. H.
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Fuhr, O. (C) 5242 – 5246 [5376 – 5381]
Fujii, E. (C) 5857 – 5860 [6007 – 6010]
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Fujii, S. (C) 4795 – 4798 [4873 – 4876]
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Fujioka, H. (C) 5857 – 5860 [6007 – 6010]
Fujisawa, Y. (C) 596 – 598 [602 – 604]
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Fujita, M.
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– pH-Switchable Through-Space Interaction
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Giles, I. D. (C) 3129 – 3132 [3189 – 3192]
Gill, R. (C) 4554 – 4557 [4630 – 4633]
Gillan, R. (C) 1121 – 1125 [1145 – 1149]
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Giri, S. (C) 5038 – 5044 [5166 – 5172]
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Giuliano, B. M. (C) 603 – 606 [609 – 612]
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Godin, B. (C) 3072 – 3075 [3132 – 3135]
Goedel, W. A.
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Author Index
Goeke, A.
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Goforth, A. M. (C) 6673 – 6677 [6831 – 6835]
Gogoll, A.
– Ligand-Induced Formation of an Adamantanoid
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Goh, S. H. (C) 4782 – 4785 [4860 – 4863]
Gohda, K. (C) 6180 – 6183 [6336 – 6339]
Gohlke, S. (C) 1647 – 1650 [1673 – 1676]
Goicoechea, J. M. (C) 4026 – 4028 [4094 –
4096]
Golberg, D. (C) 576 – 579 [582 – 585], 2140 –
2144 [2178 – 2182], 7929 – 7932 [8143 –
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Goldmann, M. (C) 2749 – 2752 [2809 – 2812]
Goldsmith, P. J. (C) 2232 – 2234 [2272 – 2274],
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GRlitz, P.
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Gologan, B. (C) 913 – 916 [935 – 938]
Golyshin, P. N. (C) 7553 – 7557 [7725 – 7729]
Gomez-Segura, J. (C) 888 – 892 [910 – 914]
Gong, B. Corrigendum: 1907
Gong, B.
– Template-Assisted Cross Olefin Metathesis
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Gong, H. (C) 7069 – 7071 [7231 – 7233]
Gong, X.
– Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of the Electronic and Geometrical
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Gonsalvi, L. (C) 2568 – 2572 [2624 – 2628]
González, A. (C) 6187 – 6190 [6343 – 6346]
González, J. M. (C) 5851 – 5854 [6001 – 6004]
González-Bobes, F. (C) 5851 – 5854 [6001 –
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González-Noya, A. M. (C) 4182 – 4187
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Goody, R. S. (C) 7635 – 7639 [7808 – 7812]
Gooßen, L. J.
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Gopalakrishnan, G. (C) 4957 – 4960 [5037 –
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Gorlov, M. (C) 3906 – 3909 [3974 – 3977]
GRrls, H. (C) 5255 – 5259 [5389 – 5393]
GRrner, W. (C) 7905 – 7909 [8118 – 8122]
Gornitzka, H. (C) 1700 – 1703 [1728 – 1731],
5497 – 5500 [5633 – 5636]
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Gossage, R. A.
– Hetero-Aggregate Compounds of Aryl and
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Goek – Grua
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Goti, A.
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Goto, Hidekazu (C) 4164 – 4168 [4236 – 4240]
Goto, Hiromasa (C) 4322 – 4328 [4396 – 4402]
Goto, M. (C) 3861 – 3864 [3929 – 3932]
Goto, S. (C) 406 – 409 [410 – 413]
Gotoh, H. (C) 4212 – 4215 [4284 – 4287]
Gougeon, P.
– Ba4Mo12S18 : A Superconductor Containing
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Goundry, W. R. F. (C) 6715 – 6718 [6873 –
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Gourier, C. (C) 1683 – 1687 [1711 – 1715]
Gouzerh, P.
– Coordination Chemistry of the Hexavacant
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Govorov, A. O. (C) 7439 – 7442 [7605 – 7608]
Gower, L. (C) 639 – 644 [645 – 650]
Goze, C. (C) 3694 – 3698 [3760 – 3764]
Grabow, J.-U.
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Grabow, J.-U. (C) 3840 – 3844 [3908 – 3912]
Grachev, M. (C) 6928 – 6931 [7088 – 7091]
Gradinaru, J. (C) 7764 – 7767 [7942 – 7945]
Grady, M. J. W. (C) 5269 – 5272 [5403 – 5406]
Graham, D. V. (C) 3459 – 3462 [3525 – 3528]
Graham, E. M. (C) 6512 – 6516 [6670 – 6674]
Granja, J. R.
– Methyl-Blocked Dimeric a,g-Peptide
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Grapperhaus, C. A.
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GrXtzel, M. (C) 6413 – 6417 [6571 – 6575]
Gray, T. G. (C) 1721 – 1724 [1749 – 1752]
Greaves, N. (C) 944 – 946 [966 – 968]
Greco, F. (C) 4061 – 4066 [4129 – 4134]
Green, J. C. (C) 6875 – 6878 [7035 – 7038]
Green, S. J. (C) 4358 – 4361 [4432 – 4435]
Greenberg, B. (C) 2715 – 2719 [2775 – 2779]
Greene, A. E. (C) 5130 – 5133 [5260 – 5263],
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Hiraki, K. (C) 5509 – 5513 [5645 – 5649]
Hirano, S. (C) 1854 – 1856 [1888 – 1890]
Hiraoka, S. (C) 2727 – 2731 [2787 – 2791]
Hirayama, T. (C) 3293 – 3296 [3357 – 3360]
Hiroaki, H. (C) 6180 – 6183 [6336 – 6339]
Hirose, H. (C) 734 – 737 [744 – 747]
Hirota, S. (C) 435 – 438 [439 – 442]
Hiroto, S. (C) 6763 – 6766 [6921 – 6924]
Hirsch, A.
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(C) 2976 – 2979 [3036 – 3039]
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Hirsch, T. (C) 6775 – 6778 [6933 – 6936]
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Hitchcock, P. B. (C) 4231 – 4235 [4303 – 4307]
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Hiyama, T. (C) 7136 – 7138 [7298 – 7300]
Hnyk, D. (C) 6222 – 6226 [6378 – 6382]
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Ho, S.-T. (C) 7922 – 7925 [8136 – 8139]
Hoashi, Y. (C) 4032 – 4035 [4100 – 4103]
HRbartner, C. (C) 7305 – 7309 [7471 – 7475]
Hobel, A. (C) 7630 – 7635 [7803 – 7808]
Hochgesand, A. (C) 6588 – 6592 [6746 – 6750]
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Hoen, R. (C) 4209 – 4212 [4281 – 4284]
Hofacker, A. L. (C) 1053 – 1057 [1077 – 1081]
HRfener, S. (C) 7879 – 7881 [8091 – 8093]
Hoffart, D. J. (C) 901 – 904 [923 – 926]
8020
Hina – Hoye
Hoffman, T. Z. (C) 2144 – 2148 [2182 – 2186]
Hoffmann, H. M. R.
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– Squeezing CC Bonds
(C) 7549 – 7553 [7721 – 7725]
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Hoffmann, R. W.
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(H) 6277 – 6279 [6433 – 6435]
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Hoffmann, S. (C) 7424 – 7427 [7590 – 7593]
Hoffmann, S. D. (C) 2092 – 2096 [2129 – 2133]
Hoffmann, S. V. (C) 5630 – 5634 [5774 – 5779]
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Hofmann, J. (C) 2892 – 2895 [2952 – 2955]
Hofmann, M. (C) 1643 – 1646 Corrigendum:
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Hofstraat, J. W. (C) 1806 – 1810 [1840 – 1844]
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Hollmann, D. (C) 7794 – 7798 [7972 – 7976]
Holmes, A. E. (C) 4006 – 4009 [4074 – 4077]
Holmes, E. (C) 4939 – 4944 [5019 – 5024]
Holmes, I. P. (C) 403 – 406 [407 – 410]
Holmes, K. E. (C) 1850 – 1853 [1884 – 1887]
Holmes, S. M. (C) 3075 – 3078 [3135 – 3138]
Holub, J. (C) 6222 – 6226 [6378 – 6382]
Honda, K. (C) 3559 – 3562 Corrigendum:
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Honda, S. (C) 7929 – 7932 [8143 – 8146],
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Honeyman, G. W. (C) 68 – 72 [70 – 74], 6018 –
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Hong, A. (C) 4048 – 4052 [4116 – 4120]
Hong, M.-K. (C) 328 – 332 [332 – 336]
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Hong, W. (C) 6544 – 6546 [6702 – 6704]
Honjo, T. (C) 5838 – 5841 [5988 – 5991]
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Hook, D. F. (C) 5433 – 5438 [5569 – 5574]
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Horton, P. N. (C) 1072 – 1075 [1096 – 1099]
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Jung, V. (C) 2806 – 2808 [2866 – 2869]
Jure, M.
– Efficiency in Nonenzymatic Kinetic Resolution
(R) 3974 – 4001 [4040 – 4069]
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Jusélius, J. (C) 1843 – 1846 [1877 – 1880]
Juskowiak, B. (C) 5067 – 5070 [5195 – 5198]
Jux, N. (C) 2015 – 2018 [2051 – 2054]
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Kabalka, G. W.
– Organoboranes: Herbert C. Brown
(O) 1438 [1462 – 1463]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200500286
Kabir, N. (C) 6504 – 6508 [6662 – 6666]
Kaden, P. (C) 1636 – 1639 [1662 – 1666]
Kadish, K. M.
– Reductive N Alkylation of Cyclo[8]pyrroles
(C) 83 – 87 [85 – 89]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200461801
Kadodwala, M.
– Going Beyond the Physical: Instilling Chirality onto the Electronic Structure of a
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(C) 1830 – 1833 [1864 – 1867]
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200462265
Kadoh, Y. (C) 5113 – 5115 [5243 – 5245]
Kaftory, M. (C) 5087 – 5089 [5217 – 5219]
Kahlenberg, V. (C) 1134 – 1136 [1158 – 1160]
Kaim, W.
– Theoretical and Experimental Evidence
for a New Kind of Spin-Coupled Singlet
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(C) 5655 – 5658 [5800 – 5803]
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– Three-Spin System with a Twist: A Bis(semiquinonato)copper Complex with a Nonplanar Configuration at the Copper(ii)
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(C) 2103 – 2106 [2140 – 2143]
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Kaindl, R. (C) 1134 – 1136 [1158 – 1160]
Kaiser, F. (C) 3447 – 3452 [3513 – 3518]
Kaitner, B. (C) 1251 – 1254 [1277 – 1280]
Kaizer, J. (C) 3690 – 3694 [3756 – 3760]
Kaizu, Y.
– The Effect of the f – f Interaction on the
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(C) 731 – 733 [741 – 743]
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Kakeya, H. (C) 3110 – 3115 [3170 – 3175]
Kakiuchi, K. (C) 7283 – 7287 [7449 – 7453]
Kakuno, H. (C) 7257 – 7260 [7423 – 7426]
Kalevaru, V. N. (C) 6771 – 6774 [6929 – 6933]
Kalisch, A. (C) 96 – 98 [98 – 100]
Kallitsis, I. (C) 284 – 287 [288 – 291]
Kálmán, F. K. (C) 6920 – 6923 [7080 – 7083]
Kamata, K. (C) 5136 – 5141 [5266 – 5271]
Kamata, Y. (C) 6928 – 6931 [7088 – 7091]
Kamer, P. C. J. (C) 4385 – 4388 [4459 – 4462]
Kameyama, A. (C) 4547 – 4549 [4623 – 4625]
Kameyama, K. (C) 4763 – 4766 [4841 – 4844]
Kamienska-Trela, K. (C) 1230 – 1232 [1256 –
1258]
Kamijo, S.
– Oxindole Synthesis through Intramolecular Nucleophilic Addition of Vinylpalladiums to Aryl Isocyanates
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Kamitani, R. (C) 91 – 96 [93 – 98]
Kamiya, M. (C) 5439 – 5441 [5575 – 5577]
Kammler, D. C. (C) 6715 – 6718 [6873 – 6876]
Kanamori, D. (C) 969 – 972 [991 – 994]
Kanatzidis, M. G.
– {Sn[Zn4Sn4S17]}6 : A Robust Open Framework Based on Metal-Linked Penta-Supertetrahedral [Zn4Sn4S17]10 Clusters with
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– The Metal Flux: A Preparative Tool for the
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Kanazawa, C. (C) 7718 – 7721 [7896 – 7899]
Kaneda, K.
– Heterotrimetallic RuMnMn Species on a
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Kaneko, H. (C) 7887 – 7891 [8099 – 8104]
Kaneko, K. (C) 2030 – 2033 [2066 – 2069]
Kaneko, M. (C) 1336 – 1340 [1360 – 1364]
Kanemasa, S. (C) 4204 – 4207 [4276 – 4279]
Kang, B. (C) 455 – 457 [459 – 461]
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– GaAs – Polymer Hybrids Formed by Surface-Initiated Atom-Transfer Radical Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate
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Kang, H. (C) 7922 – 7925 [8136 – 8139]
Kang, J. (C) 6902 – 6905 [7062 – 7065]
Kang, M. (C) 2872 – 2877 [2932 – 2937]
Kang, T. S. (C) 6333 – 6337 [6491 – 6495]
Kang, X.-f. (C) 1495 – 1499 [1519 – 1523]
Kang, Y. (C) 409 – 412 [413 – 416]
Kang, Y.-J. (C) 4053 – 4055 [4121 – 4123]
Kano, K.
– Dioxygen Binding to a Simple Myoglobin
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Kano, K. (C) 7104 – 7106 [7266 – 7268]
Kano, T. (C) 3055 – 3057 [3115 – 3117]
Kanoh, N. (C) 3559 – 3562 Corrigendum:
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Kantam, M. L. (C) 322 – 325 [326 – 329]
Kaper, H. (H) 3809 – 3811 [3876 – 3878]
Kapitan, P. (C) 3609 – 3613 [3675 – 3679]
Kappe, C. O.
– All the Rave in Microwaves
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Kareev, I. E.
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Kareev, I. E. (C) 7984 – 7987 [8198 – 8201]
Karimata, H. (C) 3740 – 3744 [3806 – 3810]
Karpov, A. (C) 770 – 773 [780 – 783], 7639 –
7643 [7813 – 7816]
Karpov, A. S. (C) 6951 – 6956 [7112 – 7117]
Kasatkin, I. (C) 4704 – 4707 [4782 – 4785]
Kaspar, L. T. (C) 5972 – 5974 [6126 – 6128]
Kasparkova, J. (C) 2885 – 2887 [2945 – 2947]
Kasper, P. T. (C) 7946 – 7950 [8160 – 8164]
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Kassel, W. S. (C) 5428 – 5433 [5564 – 5569]
Katagiri, H. (C) 3867 – 3870 [3935 – 3938]
Kataoka, K.
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– Supramolecular Nanocarrier of Anionic
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Katayama, K. (C) 2922 – 2925 [2982 – 2985]
Katayev, E. A. (C) 7386 – 7390 [7552 – 7556]
Katayose, S. (C) 3544 – 3548 [3610 – 3614]
Kato, Hideki (C) 3565 – 3568 [3631 – 3634]
Kato, Hirohisa (C) 3871 – 3874 [3939 – 3942]
Kato, K. (C) 920 – 923 [942 – 945], 4899 – 4903
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Kato, M. (C) 5097 – 5100 [5227 – 5230], 7301 –
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Kato, N. (C) 7301 – 7304 [7467 – 7470]
Kato, Tatsuhisa
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Kato, Tatsuhisa (C) 3282 – 3285 [3346 – 3349]
Kato, Tsuyoshi (C) 5497 – 5500 [5633 – 5636]
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Katterle, M. (C) 3147 – 3151 [3208 – 3212]
Katz, E. (C) 4554 – 4557 [4630 – 4633], 4791 –
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Katz, T. J.
– Olefin Metatheses and Related Reactions
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Kaufmann, G. F. (C) 2144 – 2148 [2182 – 2186]
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Kawaguchi, H. (C) 4352 – 4355 [4426 – 4429]
Kawaguchi, T. (C) 2413 – 2416 [2465 – 2468]
Kawahara, S. (C) 5433 – 5438 [5569 – 5574]
Kawajiri, R. (C) 4899 – 4903 [4977 – 4981]
Kawakami, Y. (C) 1336 – 1340 [1360 – 1364]
Kawamoto, T. (C) 1088 – 1092 [1112 – 1116]
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Kawano, M. (C) 1810 – 1813 [1844 – 1847]
Kawasaki, T. (C) 2774 – 2777 [2834 – 2837]
Kawase, T.
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Kawashima, Y. (C) 6149 – 6151 [6305 – 6307]
Kawauchi, S. (C) 419 – 423 [423 – 427]
Kay, B. D. (C) 3578 – 3582 [3644 – 3648]
Kaynak, B. (C) 1343 – 1345 [1367 – 1369]
Kays, D. L. (née Coombs) (C) 7457 – 7460
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Keegan, N. (C) 4801 – 4804 [4879 – 4882]
Keizer, T. S. (C) 2403 – 2406 [2455 – 2458]
Kelch, S. (C) 1188 – 1192 [1212 – 1216]
Keller, P. A. (R) 5384 – 5427 [5518 – 5563]
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Keller, S. (C) 1195 – 1198 [1219 – 1223], 7887 –
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Kemnitz, E. (C) 234 – 237 [238 – 241], 432 –
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Kemper, J. (C) 4914 – 4917 [4993 – 4995]
Kempter, A. (C) 2943 – 2946 [3003 – 3007]
Kennedy, A. R. (C) 68 – 72 [70 – 74], 3459 –
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Kent, S. B.
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Kern, K. (C) 7294 – 7297 [7460 – 7463]
Kervio, E. (C) 6588 – 6592 [6746 – 6750]
Kesanli, B. (C) 72 – 75 [74 – 77]
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Khairallah, G. N. (C) 728 – 731 [738 – 741]
Khan, S. I. (C) 3050 – 3055 [3110 – 3115]
Khan, T. A. (C) 1356 – 1360 [1380 – 1384]
Khavrel, P. A. (C) 1846 – 1849 [1880 – 1883]
Khazanov, E. (C) 2885 – 2887 [2945 – 2947]
Khlystov, O. (C) 6928 – 6931 [7088 – 7091]
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Kiener, C. (C) 7978 – 7981 [8192 – 8195]
Kienle, L. (C) 3917 – 3921 [3985 – 3989]
Kienle, M. (C) 3096 – 3099 [3156 – 3159]
Kikuchi, K. (C) 7254 – 7257 [7420 – 7423]
Kikuchi, M. (C) 419 – 423 [423 – 427]
Kilner, C. (C) 7570 – 7574 [7742 – 7746]
Kim, B. G. (C) 1068 – 1071 [1092 – 1095]
Kim, Cheolkyu (C) 6142 – 6145 [6298 – 6301]
Kim, Chulhee (C) 7964 – 7968 [8178 – 8182]
Kim, D. S. (C) 556 – 560 [562 – 566]
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Kim, D. Y. (C) 6207 – 6210 [6363 – 6366]
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Kim, Ho-Joong (C) 5810 – 5814 [5960 – 5964]
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Kim, J.-H. (C) 947 – 949 [969 – 971]
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Kim, J. S. (C) 1068 – 1071 [1092 – 1095]
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Kim, M. (C) 1840 – 1843 [1874 – 1877]
Kim, M.-J. (C) 1383 – 1385 [1407 – 1409]
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Kim, N. (C) 6913 – 6915 [7073 – 7075]
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Kim, S. B. (C) 7710 – 7715 [7888 – 7893]
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Kim, S.-J.
– [Re12CS17(CN)6]n (n ¼ 6, 8): A Sulfido –
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Kintner, C. (C) 1987 – 1990 [2023 – 2026]
Kiran, B. (C) 4968 – 4972 [5048 – 5052], 7251 –
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Kirchner, M. T. (C) 2515 – 2520 [2571 – 2576]
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Kirillov, A. M. (C) 4345 – 4349 [4419 – 4423]
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Kirmse, W.
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Kischel, J. (C) 238 – 242 [242 – 246], 3913 –
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Kishida, H. (C) 3240 – 3243 [3304 – 3307],
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Kozh – Kuwa
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Lin, Wenwei (C) 1654 – 1658 [1682 – 1685],
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Lin, X. (C) 135 – 138 [137 – 140]
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Lindner, T. (C) 3303 – 3306 [3368 – 3371]
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Littrell, K. (C) 2420 – 2426 [2472 – 2478]
Litvinchuk, S. (C) 6154 – 6157 [6310 – 6313]
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Liu, D. (C) 1687 – 1689 [1715 – 1717]
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Liu, J.-G. (C) 1836 – 1840 [1870 – 1874]
Liu, Jianhui Corrigendum: 506
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Liu, Xiaofeng (C) 105 – 108 [107 – 110]
Liu, Xuejun (C) 1994 – 1997 [2030 – 2033]
Liu, Y.-H. (C) 6063 – 6067 [6217 – 6221]
Liu, Yan (C) 4333 – 4338 [4407 – 4412]
Liu, Ye
– Polyethylenimine-Grafted
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Liu, Yi (C) 3050 – 3055 [3110 – 3115]
Liu, Yong (C) 7107 – 7110 [7269 – 7272]
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Liu, Zongwen (C) 2140 – 2144 [2178 – 2182]
Livage, C.
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López-Mora, N. (C) 2360 – 2364 [2412 – 2416]
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Mainolfi, N. (R) 3022 – 3037 [3082 – 3097]
Maire, P. (C) 6318 – 6323 [6477 – 6481], 6325 –
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Maiti, S. (C) 6529 – 6533 [6687 – 6691]
Majd, S. (C) 6697 – 6700 [6855 – 6858]
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Majima, T. (C) 3591 – 3594 [3657 – 3660]
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Makhluf, S. (C) 6560 – 6563 [6718 – 6721]
Makhseed, S. (C) 7546 – 7549 [7718 – 7721]
Makino, M. (C) 4608 – 4611 [4684 – 4687]
Mal, S. S. (C) 3777 – 3780 [3843 – 3846]
Malacria, M. (C) 7114 – 7118 [7276 – 7280]
Malda, H. (C) 5052 – 5057 [5180 – 5185]
Malek, N. (C) 4021 – 4025 [4089 – 4093]
Malesevic, M. (C) 1408 – 1412 [1432 – 1437]
Malik, S. (C) 7048 – 7053 [7210 – 7215]
Mallah, T.
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Mallah, T. (C) 5044 – 5048 [5172 – 5176]
Mallenahalli, S. P. (C) 6560 – 6563 [6718 –
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Mallet, J.-M. (C) 1683 – 1687 [1711 – 1715]
Mallinson, P. M. (C) 7733 – 7736 [7911 – 7914]
Mallouk, T. E. (C) 744 – 746 [754 – 756]
Malo, J. (C) 3057 – 3061 [3117 – 3121]
Mammana, A. (C) 4006 – 4009 [4074 – 4077]
Mamula, O.
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Manabe, S. (C) 4218 – 4224 [4290 – 4296]
Manassero, M. (C) 6892 – 6895 [7052 – 7055]
Mandal, Subrata (C) 132 – 135 [134 – 137]
Mandal, Sunil (C) 3443 – 3447 [3509 – 3513]
Manesiotis, P. (C) 3902 – 3906 [3970 – 3974]
Mann, B. E. (C) 4543 – 4546 [4619 – 4622]
Manners, I.
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Manos, M. J. (C) 3552 – 3555 [3618 – 3621]
Mansfeld, D. (C) 245 – 249 [250 – 254]
Mao, B.-W. (C) 1265 – 1268 [1291 – 1294]
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– Sequence Symmetry as a Tool for Designing DNA Nanostructures
8034
Main – Masu
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Marchelli, R. (C) 5126 – 5130 [5256 – 5260]
Marchetti, L. (C) 5701 – 5705 [5847 – 5851]
Marcos, M. D. (C) 2918 – 2922 [2978 – 2982],
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Mareda, J. (C) 6154 – 6157 [6310 – 6313]
Margue, R. G. (C) 7442 – 7447 [7608 – 7613]
Mari, S. (C) 296 – 298 [300 – 302]
Marigo, M. (C) 794 – 797 [804 – 807], 3703 –
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Maris, T. (C) 4021 – 4025 [4089 – 4093]
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MXrk, T. D. (C) 1647 – 1650 [1673 – 1676],
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MartK, S. (C) 904 – 909 [926 – 931]
MartKn, A. (C) 2407 – 2410 [2459 – 2462]
Martin, A. (C) 6771 – 6774 [6929 – 6933]
Martin, D. (C) 1700 – 1703 [1728 – 1731]
Martin, M. R. (C) 2382 – 2385 [2434 – 2437]
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Onopriyenko, A. (C) 4010 – 4015 [4078 –
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Okud – Ozin
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Peters, H. (C) 2777 – 2781 [2837 – 2841]
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Piper, J. L. (C) 5846 – 5851 [5996 – 6001],
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Solinas, M. (C) 2291 – 2295 [2331 – 2335]
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Spatz, J. H. (C) 7216 – 7219 [7382 – 7386]
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Spencer, J. B.
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Spencer, J. B. (C) 7075 – 7078 [7237 – 7240]
Spengler, B. (C) 7635 – 7639 [7808 – 7812]
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Spiteller, D. (C) 7079 – 7082 [7241 – 7244]
Spiteller, M. (C) 2957 – 2959 [3016 – 3019]
Spiteller, P. (C) 2957 – 2959 [3016 – 3019]
Spitz, R. (C) 2593 – 2596 [2649 – 2652]
Sprangers, R. (C) 3232 – 3237 [3296 – 3301]
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Sreekumar, V. Corrigendum: 1907
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Stadelmann, P. A. (C) 4957 – 4960 [5037 –
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Stadler, F. (C) 567 – 570 [573 – 576]
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Stahl, S. S.
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Stalder, H. (T) 5364 – 5366 [5498 – 5500]
Stalke, D. (C) 250 – 253 [254 – 257], 6947 –
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Stammler, A. (C) 7757 – 7761 [7935 – 7939]
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Stamou, D. (C) 4957 – 4960 [5037 – 5040]
Stankic, S. (C) 4917 – 4920 [4996 – 4999]
Stark, C. B. W. (C) 7075 – 7078 [7237 – 7240]
Starke, K. (C) 7072 – 7074 [7234 – 7236]
Starr, D. E. (C) 7601 – 7605 [7773 – 7777]
Staunton, J. (C) 7075 – 7078 [7237 – 7240]
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Stébé, M.-J. (C) 2580 – 2582 [2636 – 2638]
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Steigerwald, M. L. (C) 7390 – 7394 [7556 –
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Stein, R. S. (C) 5729 – 5733 [5875 – 5879]
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Steiner, D. D. (C) 3706 – 3710 [3772 – 3776]
Steinke, T. (C) 2943 – 2946 [3003 – 3007]
Stellmaker, M. P. (C) 5038 – 5044 [5166 –
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8054
Spen – Sugi
Stelzer, O. (C) 2291 – 2295 [2331 – 2335]
Stempfhuber, S. (C) 242 – 245 [246 – 249]
Stensgaard, I. (C) 2270 – 2275 [2310 – 2315]
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Stephenson, M. J. (C) 3075 – 3078 [3135 –
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Stepputat, M. (C) 262 – 265 [267 – 270]
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Sterrer, M. (C) 4917 – 4920 [4996 – 4999]
Stevens, C. V.
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Trifonov, A. (C) 1636 – 1639 [1662 – 1666]
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Tseng, H.-R. (C) 7035 – 7039 [7197 – 7201]
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Albrecht-Schmitt, T. E., Actinide Materials Adopt
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Balbo Block, M. A., see Hecht, S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Belder, D., Microfluidics with Droplets . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Berg, T., Cellular Profiling of Small-Molecule Bioactivities: an Alternative Tool for Chemical Biology
Binder, W. H., Supramolecular Assembly of Nanoparticles at Liquid – Liquid Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bolm, C., Rantanen, T., Schiffers, I., and Zani, L.,
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Braun, T., Oxidative Addition of NH3 to a TransitionMetal Complex: A Key Step for the Metal-Mediated
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Burley, G. A., Trannulenes with “In-Plane” Aromaticity: Candidates for Harvesting Light Energy
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Christmann, M., New Developments in the Asymmetric Stetter Reaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coppens, P., Charge Densities Come of Age . . . . . . . .
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Cardona, F. and Goti, A., The Discovery of Novel
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Hoffmann, R. W., Redox Catalysts for Reduction with
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H,ger, S., Shape-Persistent Phenylene-Acetylene
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Kaper, H., see Smarsly, B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kawase, T., Allenophane and Allenoacetylenic Macrocycles: A New Class of Chiral Cyclophanes . . . . .
Kazmaier, U., Amino Acids—Valuable Organocatalysts in Carbohydrate Synthesis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kelly, T. R., Molecular Motors: Synthetic DNA-Based
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Kirmse, W., Incarcerated Carbenes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kr/utler, B., A High-Precision Switch on an RNA
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Larsen, T. and Link, A., A Timely Reassessment of
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Lovrinovic, M., see Niemeyer, C. M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Luckhurst, G. R., V-Shaped Molecules: New Contenders for the Biaxial Nematic Phase . . . . . . . . . . . .
L)tzen, A., Self-Assembled Molecular Capsules—
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M)ller, Michael, Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of
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Oestreich, M., Strategies for Catalytic Asymmetric
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Rissanen, K., Very Large Container Molecules . . . . . .
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Hensel, F.
Kutzelnigg, W.
Burchard, W.
Kunz, H.
Kabalka, G. W.
Jensen, F., Ogilby, P. R.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2005, 44, 7997 – 8075
Fluids at High Pressures and Supercritical Temperatures: Ernst-Ulrich Franck
Ligand Field Theory: Hans Bethe
Macromolecules: Walter Hugo Stockmayer
Nestor of Preparative Organic Chemistry: Leopold Horner
Organoboranes: Herbert C. Brown
Singlet Oxygen: Christopher S. Foote
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