CHIMIA 3/2011, Vol. 65

Hot Topics / New Professors in Switzerland 2011 03

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This Hot Topics issue welcomes to Switzerland four colleagues joining the schools of chemistry of ETH Zürich, EPF Lausanne and the University of Geneva as full professors. The four articles highlight recent developments in fields as varied as catalysis, chirality, in situ spectroscopy, nanomaterials, natural product synthesis, new organic transformations and potentiometric/optical sensors. Eric Bakker (title page, top figure) reports on ‘Advancing Membrane Electrodes and Optical Ion Sensors’, Jeffrey W. Bode on ‘Organic Synthesis without Stoichiometric Reagents: A Guiding Principle for Reaction Development’, Thomas Bürgi (title page, lower figure) on ‘Shining Light at Working Interfaces and Chiral Nanoparticles’ and Jieping Zhu on ‘Access to Macrocycles with an endo Aryl Ether and an endo Aryl-Aryl Bond, Development and Application’.

 

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E. Bakker*, G. Crespo, E. Grygolowicz-Pawlak, G. Mistlberger, M. Pawlak, X. Xie

 

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