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Science Advances. Angewandte Chemie International Ed. Generalization to Functionalized Bromo Derivatives. Is electrosynthesis always green and advantageous compared to traditional methods? Nature Communications. Electrooxidation enables highly regioselective dearomative annulation of indole and benzofuran derivatives. Electrochemical oxidation induced intermolecular aromatic C-H imidation. Accounts of Chemical Research. Catalyst-free electrochemical decarboxylative cross-coupling of N-hydroxyphthalimide esters and N-heteroarenes towards C sp -C sp bond formation.

Chemical Communications Cambridge, England. Physical methods for mechanistic understanding: general discussion. Faraday Discussions. Organic Letters. Electrochemical oxidation induced selective tyrosine bioconjugation for the modification of biomolecules. Chemical Science. Exogenous-oxidant- and catalyst-free electrochemical deoxygenative C2 sulfonylation of quinoline N-oxides. Dioxygen-triggered oxidative cleavage of the C-S bond towards C-N bond formation. Revealing the reduction process of Cu ii by sodium bis trimethylsilyl amide.

Synergy of anodic oxidation and cathodic reduction leads to electrochemical deoxygenative C2 arylation of quinoline N-oxides.

Direct electrochemical oxidation of alcohols with hydrogen evolution in continuous-flow reactor. Chemical Reviews. Exogenous-oxidant-free electrochemical oxidative C-H phosphonylation with hydrogen evolution. Redox active ligand and metal cooperation for C sp -H oxidation: extension of the galactose oxidase mechanism in water-mediated amide formation.

Dalton Transactions Cambridge, England : Journal of the American Chemical Society. Electrochemical oxidative oxysulfenylation and aminosulfenylation of alkenes with hydrogen evolution. Size-controllable ultrafine palladium nanoparticles immobilized on calcined chitin microspheres as efficient and recyclable catalysts for hydrogenation.

Chemistry, An Asian Journal. The synergistic effect of self-assembly and visible-light induced the oxidative C-H acylation of N-heterocyclic aromatic compounds with aldehydes. Photoinduced oxidative activation of electron-rich arenes: alkenylation with H evolution under external oxidant-free conditions.

Recent advances in iodine mediated electrochemical oxidative cross-coupling. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. A stable rhodium single-site catalyst encapsulated within dendritic mesoporous nanochannels. Nano Letters. Elemental sulfur as a sulfuration agent in the copper-catalyzed C-H bond thiolation of electron-deficient arenes.

Oxidation-induced C-H amination leads to a new avenue to build C-N bonds. Introduction: CH Activation. Metal-free radical oxidative alkoxycarbonylation and imidation of alkanes. Coordination strategy-induced selective C-H amination of 8-aminoquinolines. Unravelling the hidden link of lithium halides and application in the synthesis of organocuprates.

Visible-light-mediated C2-amination of thiophenes by using DDQ as an organophotocatalyst. Mononuclear or Dinuclear? Electrocatalytic intramolecular oxidative annulation of N-aryl enamines into substituted indoles mediated by iodides. Catalyst-free N-methylation of amines using CO2. C8-H bond activation vs. C2-H bond activation: from naphthyl amines to lactams. Regio- and Stereoselective Oxysulfonylation of Allenes. Visible-light induced oxidant-free oxidative cross-coupling for constructing allylic sulfones from olefins and sulfinic acids.

Oxidative Alkane C-H Alkoxycarbonylation. Operando X-ray absorption and EPR evidence for a single electron redox process in copper catalysis. Copper-catalyzed aerobic oxidative coupling: From ketone and diamine to pyrazine. Which one is faster? A kinetic investigation of Pd and Ni catalyzed Negishi-type oxidative coupling reactions. Scientific Reports. Visible light mediated efficient oxidative benzylic sp 3 C-H to ketone derivatives obtained under mild conditions using O2. Dinuclear versus mononuclear pathways in zinc mediated nucleophilic addition: a combined experimental and DFT study.

Iodine-catalyzed radical oxidative annulation for the construction of dihydrofurans and indolizines. Palladium-catalysed oxidative cross-esterification between two alcohols. Iodine-catalyzed oxidative coupling reactions utilizing C - H and X - H as nucleophiles.

Nickel-catalyzed selective oxidative radical cross-coupling: an effective strategy for inert Csp3-H functionalization. Copper-catalyzed oxidative alkenylation of thioethers via Csp 3 -H functionalization. Aerobic C-N bond activation: a simple strategy to construct pyridines and quinolines. Olefinic C-H functionalization through radical alkenylation. Chemical Society Reviews. From anilines to isatins: oxidative palladium-catalyzed double carbonylation of C-H bonds.

Chloroacetate-promoted selective oxidation of heterobenzylic methylenes under copper catalysis. Evidence for the interaction between t BuOK and 1,phenanthroline to form the 1,phenanthroline radical anion: a key step for the activation of aryl bromides by electron transfer. Revealing the halide effect on the kinetics of the aerobic oxidation of Cu i to Cu ii.

Copper-catalyzed radical carbooxygenation: alkylation and alkoxylation of styrenes. Trisulfur radical anion as the key intermediate for the synthesis of thiophene via the interaction between elemental sulfur and NaOtBu. Recent advances of transition-metal catalyzed radical oxidative cross-couplings.

Efficient synthesis of 1,2,3-triazoles by copper-mediated C-N and N-N bond formation starting from N-tosylhydrazones and amines. Copper-catalysed direct radical alkenylation of alkyl bromides. Direct oxidative esterification of alcohols. Structure-kinetic relationship study of organozinc reagents. Revealing the metal-like behavior of iodine: an iodide-catalysed radical oxidative alkenylation.

Nickel-catalyzed aromatic C-H alkylation with secondary or tertiary alkyl-bromine bonds for the construction of indolones. Quantitative kinetic investigation on transmetalation of ArZnX in a Pd-catalysed oxidative coupling. Easy access to enamides: a mild nickel-catalysed alkene isomerization of allylamides.

Palladium-catalysed aerobic oxidative Heck-type alkenylation of Csp3-H for pyrrole synthesis. Transition-metal-free alkoxycarbonylation of aryl halides. Room-temperature copper-catalyzed oxidation of electron-deficient arenes and heteroarenes using air. A trans diacyloxylation of indoles. Pd-catalyzed direct and selective C-H functionalization: C3-acetoxylation of indoles. Arylation of unactivated arenes. Palladium-catalyzed aerobic oxidative carbonylation of arylboronate esters under mild conditions.

Palladium-catalyzed aerobic oxidative cross-coupling reactions of terminal alkynes with alkylzinc reagents. Base-induced mechanistic variation in palladium-catalyzed carbonylation of aryl iodides. Revelation of the difference between arylzinc reagents prepared from aryl Grignard and aryllithium reagents respectively: kinetic and structural features. Revealing a second transmetalation step in the Negishi coupling and its competition with reductive elimination: improvement in the interpretation of the mechanism of biaryl syntheses.

Identification of a highly efficient alkylated pincer thioimido-palladium II complex as the active catalyst in Negishi coupling. Nickel-catalyzed oxidative coupling reactions of two different terminal alkynes using O 2 as the oxidant at room temperature: facile syntheses of unsymmetric 1,3-diynes. Efficient synthesis of chiral beta-arylisopropylamines by using catalytic asymmetric hydrogenation. Pincer thioamide and pincer thioimide palladium complexes catalyze highly efficient Negishi coupling of primary and secondary alkyl zinc reagents at room temperature.

A convenient synthesis and the asymmetric hydrogenation of N-phthaloyl dehydroamino acid esters.


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