Alexei B Permin

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The first use of parahydrogen-induced polarization (PHIP) in hydroformylation is described including a novel one-hydrogen polarization (oneH-PHIP) in the product RCHO proton. Observed in propanal formed in the reaction of trans-PtCl(COEt)(PPh3)2 + SnCl2 under parahydrogen, oneH-PHIP was examined using the model hydroformylation catalyst Ir(COEt)(CO)2(dppe)(More)
Activation of dihydrogen by a system composed of (Bu(4)N)[IrBr(2)(CO)(2)] (1) and tin dibromide in varying ratios was studied using parahydrogen induced polarization (PHIP) which allows the detection of transient dihydrides not observable in conventional (1)H NMR spectra. While the oxidative addition of dihydrogen to neutral and cationic Ir(I) species is(More)
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