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Stereocontrolled Radical-Recombination

Author: Li Grundl

06 December 2017 – Visible-light-activated asymmetric C-H functionalization via a stereocontrolled radical-radical recombination

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Synthesis of Substituted 3-Trifluoromethylpyrroles


05 December 2017 – Gold-catalyzed cyclization reaction allows convenient synthesis

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Searching for Christmas Presents?


01 December 2017 – Editors recommend science-themed holiday gift ideas

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Palladium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Arylation

Author: Li Grundl

28 November 2017 – First palladium-catalyzed enantioselective α-arylation of 1,3-ketones

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Improved Phenanthrene Synthesis


25 November 2017 – Chromium-catalyzed annulation of 2-biaryl Grignard reagents with alkynes

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Diterpene Discovered Using Isotope Labeling


20 November 2017 – Natural product herpetopanone synthesized by bacteria

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Mild Sulfonylation of Anilines


17 November 2017 – Light-mediated reaction for the introduction of sulfones in aniline derivatives

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Missing Link of the Primordial Soup


11 November 2017 – Diamidophosphate could have created three vital building blocks

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Revised Formation Mechanism


06 November 2017 – Mn/Re vinylidenes react with P–OR nucleophiles via hydrolysis rather than intramolecular Michaelis–Arbuzov rearrangement

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Boost the Nucleophilicity of Allylboron

Author: Li Grundl

02 November 2017 – Aryllithium enhances the nucleophilicity of allylboronate to react with a wide range of electrophiles

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