Felix Pultar

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Isothermal electrolysis is a convenient preparation technique for a large number of intermetallic phases. A solution of the salt of a less-noble metal is electrolyzed on a cathode consisting of a liquid metal or intermetallic system. This yields crystalline products at mild reaction conditions in a few hours. We show the aptness and the limitations of this(More)
A palladium-catalyzed α-arylation of cyclic vinylogous esters to form products that are converted in one step to γ-alkyl-γ-aryl-substituted cyclohexenones is reported. This Pd-catalyzed reaction proceeds at room temperature, is generally high-yielding, and uses an amount of a commercially available catalyst as low as 0.25 mol %. The scope of aryl bromides(More)
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