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Materials for capture, release, and separation of iodine and other halogens

Researchers in Prof. Hemamala Karunadasa’s laboratory have developed inexpensive, robust, high capacity hybrid materials for reversible or irreversible capture of halogens (chlorine, bromine, and iodine gas). These non-porous organic-inorganic layered s...
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Novel fluorescent probe Cy7-APC

Stanford researchers have developed a novel fluorescent probe, Cy7-APC, whose characteristics address current limitations in fluorescent technology. This technology provides tandem fluorescent dye conjugates, where one or more Cy-7 dye moieties are boun...
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