- Aliphatic Polyketones as Classic yet New Molecular Ropes for Structural Diversity in Organic Synthesis
- Spirosilicate Dimers of a Bowl-shaped Diol Generated by Intramolecular Cyclization of an Aliphatic Tetraketone Chains
- Modular Synthesis of Oligoacetylacetones via Site-selective Silylation of Acetylacetone Derivatives
- Supramolecular Conformational Control of Aliphatic Oligoketones by Rotaxane Formation
- Chiral Monolayers with Achiral Tetrapod Molecules on Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite
- Polyketones as Host Materials for Solid Polymer Electrolytes
- Luminescent Coordination Polymers Constructed from Flexible, Tetradentate Diisopyrazole Ligand and Copper(I) Halides
- Splitting and Reorientation of π-Conjugation by an Unprecedented Photo-Rearrangement Reaction
- Identification of Actinomycin D as a Specific Inhibitor of the Alternative Pathway of Peptidoglycan Biosynthesis
- Asymmetric Synthesis of a 5,7-Fused Ring System Enabled by an Intramolecular Buchner Reaction with Chiral Rhodium Catalyst
- Aliphatic Polyketones as Shapable Molecular Chains
- Two-Step Transformation of Aliphatic Polyketones into π-Conjugated Polyimines
- Control over Coordination Self-Assembly of Flexible, Multidentate Ligands by Stepwise Metal Coordination of Isopyrazole Subunits
- Bioinspired Synthesis of Pentalene-based Chromophores from an Oligoketone Chain
- Oligoacetylacetones as Shapable Carbon Chains and Their Transformation to Oligoimines for Construction of Metal-organic Architectures
- Chiral Crystalline Sponges for the Absolute Structure Determination of Chiral Guests
- Structural Elucidation of Trace Amounts of Volatile Compounds Using the Crystalline Sponge Method
- Finding a New Crystalline Sponge from a Crystallographic Database
- X-ray Structure Analysis of Ozonides by the Crystalline Sponge Method
- A Saccharide-based Crystalline Sponge for Hydrophilic Guests
- Structure Determination of Microbial Metabolites by the Crystalline Sponge Method
- The Crystalline Sponge Method Updated
- Where is the Oxygen? Structural Analysis of a-Humulene Oxidation Products by the Crystalline Sponge Method
- Absolute Structure Determination of Compounds with Axial and Planar Chirality Using the Crystalline Sponge Method
- Networked-Cage Microcrystals for Evaluation of Host-guest Interactions
- Visualization of Solution Chemistry by X-ray Crystallography Using Porous Coordination Networks
- Radical C-H Functionalization of Heteroarenes under Electrochemical Control
- X-ray Snapshot Observation of Palladium-Mediated Aromatic Bromination in a Porous Complex
- Preparation and Guest-uptake Protocol for a Porous Complex Useful for 'Crystal-free' Crystallography
- Stable Encapsulation of Acrylate Esters in Networked Molecular Capsules
- Unique Ultrafast Energy Transfer in a Series of Phenylene-bridged Subporphyrin-porphyrin Hybrids
- Dynamic Behavior of M6L4 Capsules in Solution and Crystalline States
- X-ray analysis on the nanogram to microgram scale using porous complexes
- Reagent-Installed Capsule Network: Selective Thiocarbamoylation of Aromatic Amines in Crystals with Pre-installed CH3NCS
- Oxocyclohexadienylidene-Substituted Subporphyrins
- Bimolecular Reaction via the Successive Introduction of Two Substrates into the Crystals of Networked Molecular Cages
- Diels-Alder via Molecular Recognition in a Crystalline Molecular Flask
- Shedding Light on Hidden Reaction Pathways in Radical Polymerization by a Porous Coordination Network
- Synthesis and Properties of Boron(III)-Coordinated Subbacteriochlorins
- Crystalline Molecular Flasks
- A Molecular Capsule Network: Guest Encapsulation and Control of Diels-Alder Reactivity
- Networked Molecular Cages as Crystalline Sponges for Fullerenes and Other Guests
- The Reaction of Organozinc Compounds with an Aldehyde within a Crystalline Molecular Flask
- The Catalytic Z to E Isomerization of Stilbenes in a Photosensitizing Porous Coordination Network
- Regioselective Huisgen Cycloaddition within Porous Coordination Networks
- A Porous Coordination Network Catalyzes an Olefin Isomerization Reaction in the Pore
- meso-Tris(oligo-2,5-thienylene)-Substituted Subporphyrins
- meso-Trifluoromethyl-substituted Subporphyrin from Ring-splitting Reaction of meso-Trifluoromethyl-substituted Heptaphyrin(22.214.171.124.1.1.1)
- meso-Trialkyl-substituted Subporphyrins
- Versatile Photophysical Properties of meso-Aryl Substituted Subporphyrins: Dipolar and Octupolar Charge-Transfer Interactions
- Capped Subporphyrins
- 1,4-Phenylene-bridged Subporphyrin-porphyrin Dyad, Triad, and Tetrad
- Peripheral Hexabromination, Hexaphenylation, and Hexaethynylation of meso-Aryl- Substituted Subporphyrins
- 3,3- and 4,4-Biphenylene-Bridged Subporphyrin Dimers
- Unambiguous Identification of Möbius Aromaticity for meso-Aryl-Substituted Hexaphyrins(126.96.36.199.1.1)
- meso-(4-(N,N-Dialkylamino)phenyl)-Substituted Subporphyrins: Remarkably Perturbed Absorption Spectra and Enhanced Fluorescence by Intramolecular Charge Transfer Interactions
- Effective Expansion of the Subporphyrin Chromophore Through Conjugation with meso-Oligo(1,4-phenyleneethynylene) Substituents: Octupolar Effect on Two-Photon Absorption
- Subporphyrins: Emerging Contracted Porphyrins with Aromatic 14π-Electronic Systems and Bowl-Shaped Structures: Rational and Unexpected Synthetic Routes
- Synthesis and Characterization of meso-Aryl-Substituted Subchlorins
- Complementary Face-to-Face Dimer Formation From meso-Aryl Subporphyrins Bearing a 2-Carboxyphenyl Group
- meso-Aryl-Substituted Subporphyrins: Synthesis, Structures, and Large Substituent Effects on Their Electronic Properties
- Tribenzosubporphines: Synthesis and Characterization
- Enlarged π-Electronic Network of a meso-meso, β-β, β-β Triply Linked Dibenzoporphyrin Dimer that Exhibits a Large Two-Photon Absorption Cross Section
- A Doubly N-Fused Benzohexaphyrin and Its Rearrangement to a Fluorescent Macrocycle upon DDQ Oxidation
- meso-Porphyrinyl-Substituted Porphyrin and Expanded Porphyrins
Y. Inokuma, T. Yoneda, Y. Ide, S. Yoshioka
Feature Article of recent developments in carbonyl ropes chemistry
Y. Inaba, Y. Inokuma
Synthesis of hydrolysis-stable spirosilicates using a bowl-shaped diol generated by intramolecular cyclization of carbonyl a rope.
P. Sarkar, Y. Inaba, H. Shirakura, T. Yoneda, Y. Inokuma
Modular synthesis of carbonyl ropes enables to prepare aliphatic oligoketones with various substituent sequences.
Y. Manabe, K. Wada, Y. Baba, T. Yoneda, T. Ogoshi, Y. Inokuma
Rotaxane formation between pillararene and carbonyl rope. Collaborative research with Prof. Ogoshi group at Kyoto Univ.
H. Asakawa, S. Matsui, Q. T. Trinh, H. Hirao, Y. Inokuma, T. Ogoshi, S. Tanaka, K. Komatsu, A. Ohta, T. Asakawa, T. Fukuma
Collaboration research paper with PRESTO "Hyper-nano Space Design" and Kanazawa Univ. WPI-NanoLSI members on orientation of tetrapod molecules on HOPG surface.
T. Eriksson, A. Mace, Y. Manabe, M. Yoshizawa-Fujita, Y. Inokuma, D. Brandell, J. Mindemark
International joint research on application of polyketones for solid electrolytes with Dr. Jonas Mindemark (Uppsala Univ.) and Prof. Masahiro Yoshizawa-Fujita (Sophia Univ.).
T. Yoneda, C. Kasai, Y. Manabe, M. Tsurui, Y. Kitagawa, Y. Hasegawa, P. Sarkar, Y. Inokuma
Luminescent coordination polymers generated from an aliphatic imine ligand and Cu(I) halides. Thermochromic behavior was observed for 2-dimensional Cu4I4 cluster network.
Y. Inaba, T. Yoneda, Y. Kitagawa, K. Miyata, Y. Hasegawa, Y. Inokuma
Nobel photo-induced rearrangement reaction for splitting π-conjugation of polyene. (Selected as Back Cover)
Y. Ogasawara, Y. Shimizu, Y. Sato, T. Yoneda, Y. Inokuma, T. Dairi
A joint paper with Dr. Ogasawara and Prof. Dairi.
T. Hoshi, E. Ota, Y. Inokuma, J. Yamaguchi
A joint paper with Prof. Yamaguchi (Waseda Univ.).
An account of carbonyl ropes.
Y. Manabe, M. Uesaka, T. Yoneda, Y. Inokuma
Carbonyl ropes were converted into highly π-conjugated imine 'sashes'. (Selected as Cover Picture)
Y. Ashida, Y. Manabe, S. Yoshioka, T. Yoneda, Y. Inokuma
Self-assembly of oligoimine chains by the aid of stepwise palladium ion coordination. (Selected as Inside Back Cover)
Y. Saito, M. Higuchi, S. Yoshioka, H. Senboku, Y. Inokuma
Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 6788-6791.
Folding a carbonyl string to make chromophores that absorb and emit visible light.
M. Uesaka, Y. Saito, S. Yoshioka, Y. Domoto, M. Fujita, Y. Inokuma
Communications Chemistry, 2018, 1, Article Number 23.
Our first paper from Hokkaido University!! The concept, synthesis and transformation of polycarbonyl chains are reported.