CHIMIA 9/2018, Vol. 72


Organometallics and Catalysis
2018 09



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Discovery of Eco-compatible Synthetic Paths by a Multi-catalysis Approach
J. Rodriguez, A. Quintard*

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Bioinspired Catalytic Generation of Main-group Electrophiles by Cooperative Bond Activation
F. Forster, M. Oestreich*

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THQphos in Ir-catalyzed Asymmetric Allylic Substitution Reactions
X. Zhanga, S. You*

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Synthesis of Nitrogen Heterocycles via Directed Carbonylative C–C Bond Activation of Cyclopropanes
A. G. Dalling, J. F. Bower*

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A Perspective in Catalysis: Development of Efficient Methods in the Age of Sustainability
M. J. O’Neill, J. Cornella*

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New Directions in Transition Metal Catalyzed Carbonylation Chemistry
D. U. Nielsen, K. T. Neumann, T. Skrydstrup*

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Gold-catalyzed Dearomatization Reactions
J. An, M. Bandini*

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Selectivity in Transition Metal-catalyzed Cyclizations: Insights from Experiment and Theory
E. A. Anderson*, R. S. Paton

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A General Copper-based Photoredox Catalyst for Organic Synthesis: Scope, Application in Natural Product Synthesis and Mechanistic Insights
C. Deldaele, B. Michelet, H. Baguia, S. Kajouj, E. Romero, C. Moucheron, G. Evano*

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Challenges and Opportunities in DNA-based Asymmetric Catalysis
M. Smietana*, S. Arseniyadis*

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Mechanistic Insights into First-row Late Transition Metal-catalysed (formal) Hydroamination of Unactivated Alkenes
J. Hannedouche

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Synergistic Action of Copper Catalysts and Lewis Acids in Carbon–Carbon Bond Forming Reactions
M. Das, S. Harutyunyan*

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