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Crystallographic evidence of nitrate-pi interactions involving the electron-deficient 1,3,5-triazine ring.
Compound 3 exhibits remarkable interactions between two noncoordinated nitrate anions and the two faces of the electron-deficient heteroaromatic ring, corroborating earlier theoretical investigations in this area. Expand
The syntheses and crystal structures of two chromium(III) and molybdenum(III) coordination compounds with 4-ethylpyridine
The structures of trichlorotris(4-ethylpyridine)chromium(III), [CrCl3(C7H9N)3] (I), and trichlorotris(4-ethylpyridine)molybdenum(III), [MoCl3(C7H9N)3] (II), consist of neutral molecules where threeExpand
Novel hydrogenmaleato molybdenum(V) complexes based on a dinuclear metal–metal bonded unit: syntheses and structural characterization of (PyH) 3 [Mo 2 O 4 Cl 4 (OOCCH CHCOOH)] and (PyH) 3 [Mo 2 O 4
Abstract Reactions of pyridinum hydrogenmaleate with mononuclear oxohalomolybdates produced (PyH)3[Mo2O4X4(OOCCH CHCOOH)] (X=Cl, Br), the first molybdenum(V) complexes with hydrogenmaleato ligand.Expand
The solid state structure of pyridinium hydrogen squarate
Abstract The solvothermal reaction of (PyH)[MoOBr 4 ] (PyH +  = pyridinium cation, C 5 H 5 NH + ) with squaric acid (H 2 Sq = 3,4-dihydroxy-3-cyclobutene-1,2-dione, H 2 C 4 O 4 ) in pyridine hasExpand
P-stereogenic phospholanes or phosphorinanes from o-biarylylphosphines: two bridges not too far.
The discovery of a concise regiodivergent asymmetric route to nonclassical P-stereogenic 5- or 6-membered benzophosphacycles, under conditions-dependent radical (oxidative addition) versus anionicExpand
Complexation of molybdenum(V) with glycolic acid: an unusual orientation of glycolato ligand in {Mo2O4}2+ complexes.
The theoretical DFT calculations confirm that binding of glycolate with the alkoxyl oxygen to the site opposite the MoO bond is energetically more favorable in {Mo(V)2O4}(2+) species, whereas a reversed orientation of the ligand is preferred in Mo(VI) complexes. Expand
Synthesis of Bromo‐ and Iodohydrins from Deactivated Alkenes by Use ofN‐Bromo‐ and N‐Iodosaccharin
N-Bromo and N-iodosaccharin react with electron-deficient alkenes such as α,β-unsaturated ketones, acids, esters and nitriles in aqueous organic solvents, yielding the corresponding halohydrins inExpand
Asymmetric synthesis of SMS-Phos series’ precursor and a naphthalene analogue
Abstract An efficient and high-yielding (up to 57% overall yield) asymmetric route to enantiopure P -stereogenic 1,2-bis[( o -hydroxyaryl)(phenyl)phosphino- P -borane]ethanes wherein aryl = phenylExpand
Proficiency of the electron-deficient 1,3,5-triazine ring to generate anion–π and lone pair–π interactions
Two new 1,3,5-triazine-based ligands, namely 2-chloro-4,6-bis-N-[2-methylsulfanyl-N-(pyridin-2-ylmethyl)aniline]-1,3,5-triazine (cspat) andExpand
Dinuclear Oxomolybdate(V) Species with Oxalato and Pyridine Ligands Revisited: cis/trans Isomerization of [Mo2O4(η2-C2O4)2(R-Py)2]2– (R-Py = Pyridine, Alkyl-Substituted Pyridine) in Water Evidenced
The simple oxohalomolybdate(v) ions [MoOCl 4 (H 2 O)] - and [MoOBr 4 ] - were reacted with oxalic acid in mixtures containing an alcohol and a pyridine (R-Py) to form the dinuclear anions [Mo 2 O 4Expand