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We measured single-molecule conductances for three different redox systems self-assembled onto gold by the STMBJ method and compared them with electrochemical heterogeneous rate constants determined… Continue Reading
Abstract The allylation of several nitrogen and oxygen based nucleophiles with ethyl cinnamyl carbonate under mild conditions is described. The processes take place in the absence of added base and… Continue Reading
Abstract A highly diastereoselective iron-catalyzed synthesis of substituted cis -2,6-tetrahydropyrans from ζ-hydroxy allylic derivatives is described. The FeCl 3 ·6H 2 O-induced epimerization of the… Continue Reading
The eco-friendly and highly diastereoselective synthesis of substituted cis-2,6-piperidines and cis-2,6-tetrahydropyrans is described. The key step of this method is the iron-catalyzed thermodynamic… Continue Reading
The method is developed to prepare the cis-2,6-piperidines and cis-2,6-tetrahydrofurans with high yields.
The synthesis of palladium, platinum and ruthenium nanoparticles stabilized by azamacrocycles bearing polyoxyethylenated chains has been achieved by decomposition of the corresponding organometallic… Continue Reading
A Pd(0)—triolefinic azamacrocycle complex efficiently catalyzes the Tsuji—Trost reaction of allylic carbonate (I) with various N- and O-nucleophiles.
The combination of a bulky aliphatic phosphine, e.g. tricyclohexylphosphine or the tetrafluoroborate salt of tri-tert-butylphosphine, with the Pd(0) complex of a 15-membered triolefinic macrocycle is… Continue Reading
Conditions of the butadiene telomerization with benzylated aldoses with a free anomeric hydroxyl, which efficiently furnish the corresponding octadienyl compounds have been determined. Deprotection… Continue Reading