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The title rhodium TsDPEN complex efficiently catalyzes the asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of chromenones to produce alcohols (II) with excellent enantioselectivities.
A rhodium complex with an amphiphilic, chiral surfactant-type ligand is applied to the asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of long-chained aliphatic ketoesters.
Abstract As an efficient catalyst for asymmetric transfer hydrogenation reaction (ATH reaction) of α,β-unsaturated ketones, Rh-Cp ∗ –TsDPEN (Cp ∗ = 1,2,3,4,5-pentamethylcyclopenta-1,3-diene, TsDPEN… (More)
Most recently, alkylation via photogenerated carbocations has been identified as a novel mechanism for photoinduced DNA interstrand cross-link (ICL) formation by bifunctional aryl compounds. However,… (More)
Abstract A new flexible C 1 -symmetric tridentate ligand ( S )- N -(2-( tert -butylsulfinyl)benzyl)-1-(pyridin-2-yl)methanamine sulfoxide ( L1 ) was successfully prepared and utilized as a chiral… (More)
Abstract The influence factors of surfactant-type catalysts system on the asymmetric transfer hydrogenation (ATH) of ketones in water, including the length of aliphatic tail, the concentration of… (More)
A series of amphiphilic ligands were designed and synthesized. The rhodium complexes with the ligands were applied to the asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of broad range of long-chained aliphatic… (More)
A chiral double-chain surfactant-type ligand was designed and synthesized. The rhodium catalyst formed from the ligand can self-assemble into chiral vesicular aggregates in water, which was applied… (More)
Quinone methide (QM) formation induced by endogenously generated H2O2 is attractive for biological and biomedical applications. To overcome current limitations due to low biological activity of… (More)
Abstract Combustion synthesis (CS) of high content of α-Si 3 N 4 powders was carried out using Si and Si 3 N 4 powders as reactants with the addition of diazenedicarboxamide (AC) at a relatively low… (More)