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Our new theoretical and practical study has been published in Chemical Science (RSC) as an Edge Article. In this investigation we aimed to explain in details the Ortho Effect in Transitional Metal Catalyzed C-H Activation. To provide a comprehensive overview. More than 250 substrates were added to the downloadable Fully Interactive Database. The developed methodology was validated in conceptual experiments, allowing reliable prediction for C-H Activation of custom substrates. For further reading, please, click here

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We have published our new work about metal-free vicinal difunctionalization of carbon-carbon double bond for the platform synthesis of trifluoroalkyl amines in Nature Communications (Nature Research). For further reading, please, click here.

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Our paper about Photocatalytic Palladium-Catalyzed Fluoroalkylation of Styrene Derivatives has been published in Organic Letters (ACS). For further reading, please, click here.

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Sunday, 26 January 2020 18:36

We have two new papers in 2020

The Synthesis, Structural Analysis and Application of Aryl‐Diadamantyl Phosphine ligands in Palladium Catalyzed Cross‐Coupling Reactions have been published in European Journal of Organic Chemistry (Wiley). For further reading, please, click here.

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In a co-operational research project the Microstructure of Nanocrystalline Hydrogen-Storing Mg-Titanate Nanotube Composites have been investigated, and published in Energies (MDPI). For further reading, please, click here.

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Thursday, 29 August 2019 10:50

Shiny Transformations During the Summer

Recently we released two new papers in topic of photoredox catalysis.

Firrst, we were synthesized the highly modular bis(imino)copper(I) complexes and utilized as copper-based photocatalysts in ATRA reactions. The was paper entitled as "Design and application of diimine-based copper(I) complexes in photoredox catalysis" and published in Org. Biomol. Chem. (RSC). For further reading, please, click here.

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Second, we developed a new Ni-Ir dual photocatalytic method for Liebeskind coupling of sulfonium salts with proline to prepare 2‐benzylpyrrolidines. It has been just accepted in Eur. J. Org. Chem. (Wiley). For further reading, please, click here.

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The multifunctional aryl(trifloxyalkenyl)iodonium triflate salts are known for a while, but their preparation has never been easier. In this publication we demonstrated that, theese interesting vinyliodonium salts can be isolated using one-pot method starting from commercially available starting materials. The paper entitled as "Synthesis of Multifunctional Aryl(trifloxyalkenyl)iodonium Triflate Salts" and published in ACS Omega. For further reading, please, Click here.

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We published our new chapter on "Transition Metal‐Catalyzed Reactions with Iodine(III) Reagents" in recent PATAI'S Chemistry of Functional Groups, Hypervalent Halogen Compounds volume. The topic focuses on arylations of aromatic and heteroaromatic systems via C-C bond formations. For further reading, please, Click here.

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Wednesday, 19 December 2018 11:06

Hot Topic: C-C Coupling

Our review entitled "Synthesis of aryl‐ and heteroaryl‐trifluoroethyl ethers: aims, challenges and new methodologies" was highlighted by Wiley Hot Topic: C-C Coupling.

The development of metal-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions over the past 30 years has revolutionized the way, carbon-carbon bonds between sp and sp2 carbon atoms are formed. These methods have profoundly changed the protocols for the construction of natural products, building blocks for supramolecular chemistry and self-assembly, organic materials and polymers, and lead compounds in medicinal chemistry from simpler entities. The 2010 Nobel prize in chemistry for E. Negishi, R. Heck, and A. Suzuki underlines the importance of direct bond formation betweeen carbon atoms. Read articles.

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