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1Recent advances in ring-forming reactions of donor–acceptor cyclopropanesMendeleev Communications2011229
2Clathrate hydrates of hydrogen and neonMendeleev Communications1999220
3Anti-icing Potential of Superhydrophobic CoatingsMendeleev Communications2013215
4Organic and hybrid molecular systemsMendeleev Communications2015170
5Mechanistic insight into organic and catalytic reactions by joint studies using mass spectrometry and NMR spectroscopyMendeleev Communications2010163
6Dimerization of donor–acceptor cyclopropanesMendeleev Communications2015143
7Superhydrophobic Textures for MicrofluidicsMendeleev Communications2012103
8How sensitive and accurate are routine NMR and MS measurements?Mendeleev Communications2015103
9Analysis of supramolecular architectures: beyond molecular packing diagramsMendeleev Communications2012101
10Decomposition of methane hydrates up to 15 kbarMendeleev Communications199794
11Biologically important nucleosides: modern trends in biotechnology and applicationMendeleev Communications201194
12Elemental phosphorus in strongly basic media as phosphorylating reagent: a dawn of halogen-free ‘green’ organophosphorus chemistryMendeleev Communications200992
13Challenges in the development of organic and hybrid molecular systemsMendeleev Communications201689
14An Effective Method for the Oxidation of Aminofurazans to NitrofurazansMendeleev Communications199488
15Organic and hybrid systems: from science to practiceMendeleev Communications201786
16Not simply repel water: the diversified nature of corrosion protection by superhydrophobic coatingsMendeleev Communications201778
17Nucleophilic aromatic substitution of hydrogen and related reactionsMendeleev Communications200775
18Novel approaches to pharmacology-oriented and energy rich organic nitrogen–oxygen systemsMendeleev Communications201567
19Advanced energetic materials: novel strategies and versatile applicationsMendeleev Communications202167
20Phospholes – Development and Recent AdvancesMendeleev Communications201365
21Titanium(IV) Isopropoxide-catalysed Reaction of Ethylmagnesium Bromide with Ethyl Acetate in the Presence of StyreneMendeleev Communications199364
22Synthesis and optical properties of PbSe and CdSe colloidal quantum dots capped with oleic acidMendeleev Communications200464
23Self-assembly strategy for the design of soft nanocontainers with controlled propertiesMendeleev Communications201664
24Octacoordinated main-group element centres in a planar cyclic B8 environment: an ab initio studyMendeleev Communications200163
25From thiophene to SulflowerMendeleev Communications200863
26Development of new recyclable reagents and catalytic systems based on hypervalent iodine compoundsMendeleev Communications201063
27Synthesis of [1,2,5]Oxadiazolo[3,4-e][1,2,3,4]tetrazine 4,6-Di-N-oxideMendeleev Communications199561
28A new phenomenon involving the formation of liquid mobile metal–carbon particles in the low-temperature catalytic graphitisation of amorphous carbon by metallic Fe, Co and NiMendeleev Communications199858
29Removal of nitrogen compounds from liquid hydrocarbon streams by selective sorption on metal-organic framework MIL-101Mendeleev Communications201058
30Influence of incorporated nanoparticles on the ionic conductivity of MF-4SC membraneMendeleev Communications201057
31Preparation of 1,2-bis(3,4-dicyanophenoxymethyl)benzene and the binuclear zinc phthalocyanine derived from itMendeleev Communications200255
32Chemical identification of dubnium as a decay product of element 115 produced in the reaction 48Ca + 243AmMendeleev Communications200555
33Novel highly energetic pyrazoles: N-fluorodinitromethyl and N-[(difluoroamino)dinitromethyl] derivativesMendeleev Communications201555
34Hybrid membranes containing inorganic nanoparticlesMendeleev Communications201454
35Nuclear power industry and the environmentMendeleev Communications201553
36Pot, atom and step economic (PASE) synthesis of 5-isoxazolyl-5H-chromeno[2,3-b]pyridine scaffoldMendeleev Communications201552
37Relativistic effects in the NMR spectra of compounds containing heavy chalcogensMendeleev Communications201851
38‘On water’ Knoevenagel condensation of isatins with malononitrileMendeleev Communications201149
39Recent advances in synthesis of organic nitrogen–oxygen systems for medicine and materials scienceMendeleev Communications201748
40XPS study of interactions between linear carbon chains and colloidal Au nanoparticlesMendeleev Communications202048
41The Oxidation of Heterocyclic Amines to Nitro Compounds using Dinitrogen PentoxideMendeleev Communications199547
42Hypercoordinate carbon in polyhedral organic structuresMendeleev Communications200447
43The First exo-nido-Ruthenacarborane Clusters. Synthesis and Molecular Structure of 5,6,10-[Cl(Ph3P)2Ru]-5,6,10-μ-(H)3-10-H-7,8-C2B9H8Mendeleev Communications199146
44First Example of the η3-Prop-2-ynyl Ligand; Synthesis and Reactivity of Cationic (η3-Prop-2-ynyl)arenedicarbonylmolybdenum Complexes; X-Ray Structure ofMendeleev Communications199146
45Five oxidation states in metal-bonded C4 chainsMendeleev Communications199646
46Basic ionic liquid-catalyzed multicomponent synthesis of tetrahydrobenzo[b]pyrans and pyrano[c]chromenesMendeleev Communications201146
47Are aroylnitrenes species with a singlet ground state?Mendeleev Communications200145
48The role of intermolecular H···H and C···H interactions in the ordering of [2.2]paracyclophane at 100 K: estimation of the sublimation energy from the experimental electron density functionMendeleev Communications200545
49The specific reactivity of 3,4,5-trinitro-1H-pyrazoleMendeleev Communications201045
50Chemical modification of carbon nanotubesMendeleev Communications200644