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  • Nickel-Catalyzed Enantioselective Cross-Coupling of N-Hydroxyphthalimide Esters with Vinyl Bromides

    An enantioselective Ni-catalyzed cross-coupling of N-hydroxyphthalimide esters with vinyl bromides is reported. The reaction proceeds under mild conditions and uses tetrakis(N,N-dimethylamino)ethylene as a terminal organic reductant. Good functional group tolerance is demonstrated, with over 20 examples of reactions that proceed with >90% ee.

    Quantitative Nonlinear Analysis of Autocatalytic Pathways with Applications to Glycolysis

    Autocatalytic pathways are frequently encountered in biological networks. One such pathway, the glycolytic pathway, is of special importance and has been studied extensively. Using tools from linear systems theory, our previous work on a simple two dimensional model of glycolysis demonstrated that autocatalysis can aggravate control performance and contribute to instability. Here, we expand this work and study properties of nonlinear autocatalytic pathway models (of which glycolysis is an ...

    Common Warm Dust Temperatures Around Main-sequence Stars

    We compare the properties of warm dust emission from a sample of main-sequence A-type stars (B8-A7) to those of dust around solar-type stars (F5-K0) with similar Spitzer Space Telescope Infrared Spectrograph/MIPS data and similar ages. Both samples include stars with sources with infrared spectral energy distributions that show evidence of multiple components. Over the range of stellar types considered, we obtain nearly the same characteristic dust temperatures (~190 K and ~60 K for the inner...

    Complexity of compact proofreading for self-assembled patterns

    Fault-tolerance is a critical issue for biochemical computation. Recent theoretical work on algorithmic self-assembly has shown that error correcting tile sets are possible, and that they can achieve exponential decrease in error rates with a small increase in the number of tile types and the scale of the construction [24, 4]. Following [17], we consider the issue of applying similar schemes to achieve error correction without any increase in the scale of the ass...

    Intermediate and spin-liquid phase of the half-filled honeycomb Hubbard model

    We obtain the phase diagram of the half-filled honeycomb Hubbard model with density matrix embedding theory, to address recent controversy at intermediate couplings. We use clusters from 2–12 sites and lattices at the thermodynamic limit. We identify a paramagnetic insulating state, with possible hexagonal cluster order, competitive with the antiferromagnetic phase at intermediate coupling. However, its stability is strongly cluster and lattice size dependent, explaining controversies in earl...
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