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Ligand Dissociation: Planar or Pyramidal Intermediates?

Takashi Tsuno, Henri Brunner
Acc. Chem. Res. | 2009 | 10.1021/ar900029t

In organometallic chemistry, ligand dissociation is a key intermediate step in many useful processes. The dissociation of halide from an 18-electron half-sandwich complex (that is, with a single cyclopentadienyl ligand) of the type [CpRu(P−P′)Hal] leaves an...

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Electrochemistry of Phosphorus and Sulfur Compounds:  A Unique Tool for Organic Synthesis

Hatsuo Maeda, Hidenobu Ohmori
Acc. Chem. Res. | 1998 | 10.1021/ar970329y

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The Discovery of Novel Reactivity in the Development of C−C Bond-Forming Reactions:  In Situ Generation of Zinc Acetylides with ZnII/R3N

C. S. Tomooka, R. Fässler, E. M. Carreira, D. E. Frantz
Acc. Chem. Res. | 2000 | 10.1021/ar990078o

There have been great strides in expanding the scope, application, and versatility of known reaction types (i.e., Mukaiyama aldol). It is interesting to speculate that limitations in the number of such known basic reaction types constitute the greatest...

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Recognition of Electron-Donating Guests by Carborane-Supported Multidentate Macrocyclic Lewis Acid Hosts:  Mercuracarborand Chemistry

Zhiping Zheng, M. Frederick Hawthorne
Acc. Chem. Res. | 1997 | 10.1021/ar9501479

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Characterization of Transition States in Dichloro(1,4,7-triazacyclononane)copper(II)-Catalyzed Activated Phosphate Diester Hydrolysis

Kim A. Deal, Alvan C. Hengge, Judith N. Burstyn
Journal of American Chemical Society | 1996 | 10.1021/ja952306p

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Gallanes, Gallenes, Cyclogallenes, and Gallynes:  Organometallic Chemistry about the Gallium−Gallium Bond

Gregory H. Robinson
Acc. Chem. Res. | 1999 | 10.1021/ar980135y

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Phosphoramidites:  Marvellous Ligands in Catalytic Asymmetric Conjugate Addition

Ben L. Feringa
Acc. Chem. Res. | 2000 | 10.1021/ar990084k

The development of an efficient catalytic system for enantioselective carbon−carbon bond formation by 1,4-addition of organometallic reagents (organolithium, Grignard, and organozinc reagents) to enones is a major challenge in organic synthesis. This Account...

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Supramolecular Metal−Organometallic Coordination Networks Based on Quinonoid π-Complexes

Gene B. Carpenter, Dwight A. Sweigart, Moonhyun Oh
Acc. Chem. Res. | 2003 | 10.1021/ar030175o

The use of organometallic π-complexes in the coordination-directed self-assembly of polymeric structures is a new area with many potential applications. Supramolecular metal−organometallic coordination networks (MOMNs), which are described herein, consist of...

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Inorganic−Organic Hybrid Molecular Architectures of Cyanometalate Host and Organic Guest Systems:  Specific Behavior of the Guests

Shin-ichi Nishikiori, Toschitake Iwamoto, Hirofumi Yoshikawa, Yuriko Sano
Acc. Chem. Res. | 2005 | 10.1021/ar0401707

Molecular architectures built of inorganic cyanometalate building blocks provide variegated host structures with several organic guest molecules. The strategies to derive novel structures are presented briefly. The formation of a charge-transfer (CT) complex...

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Allylsilanes and Vinylsilanes from Silylcupration of Carbon−Carbon Multiple Bonds:  Scope and Synthetic Applications

Francisco J. Pulido, Asunción Barbero
Acc. Chem. Res. | 2004 | 10.1021/ar0400490

Silylcupration of multiple bonds (allenes, acetylenes, dienes, and styrenes) has become one of the most efficient procedures for the synthesis of vinyl- and allylsilanes. These substrates are useful building blocks in organic synthesis since they undergo a...

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Structural Trends in Transition Metal Cation−Acetylene Complexes Revealed through the C−H Stretching Fundamentals

Richard S. Walters, Paul V. R. Schleyer, Clemence Corminboeuf, Michael A. Duncan
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2005 | 10.1021/ja043766y

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Structural Conversion and Spin Separation in Bis(ferrocenylethynyl)anthraquinones Triggered by Proton-Coupled Intramolecular Electron Transfer

Masaki Murata, Mami Yamada, Takako Fujita, Kohei Kojima, Masato Kurihara, Kenya Kubo, Yoshio Kobayashi, Hiroshi Nishihara
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2001 | 10.1021/ja0113504

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Formation and Reactivity of a Persistent Radical in a Dinuclear Molybdenum Complex

Aaron M. Appel, Suh-Jane Lee, James A. Franz, Daniel L. DuBois, M. Rakowski DuBois, Jerome C. Birnbaum, Brendan Twamley
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2008 | 10.1021/ja078115r

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High-Oxidation-State Neutral and Cationic Tantalum(IV) Alkyl Complexes That Are Stable toward β-Hydrogen and β-Methyl Eliminations

Albert Epshteyn, Peter Y. Zavalij, Lawrence R. Sita
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2006 | 10.1021/ja067011y

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Palladium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Silaboration of Allenes

Toshimichi Ohmura, Hiroki Taniguchi, Michinori Suginome
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2006 | 10.1021/ja063934h

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Remarkably Facile and Reversible Ru−C(sp3) Bond Cleavage to Give a Reactive 16-Electron Cp*Ru(κ2-P,Carbene) Zwitterion

Matthew A. Rankin, Gabriele Schatte, Robert McDonald, Mark Stradiotto
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2007 | 10.1021/ja071684e

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Ansa [1]Trochrocenophanes and Their Related Unstrained 1,1‘-Disubstituted Counterparts:  Synthesis and Electronic Structure

Holger Braunschweig, Thomas Kupfer, Matthias Lutz, Krzysztof Radacki
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2007 | 10.1021/ja0724947

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Reactivity of (C5Me5)3LaLx Complexes: Synthesis of a Tris(pentamethylcyclopentadienyl) Complex with Two Additional Ligands, (C5Me5)3La(NCCMe3)2

William J. Evans, Thomas J. Mueller, Joseph W. Ziller
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2009 | 10.1021/ja808763y

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Isolated Monomeric and Dimeric Mixed Diorganocuprates Based on the Size-Controllable Bulky “Rind” Ligands

Mikinao Ito, Daisuke Hashizume, Takeo Fukunaga, Tsukasa Matsuo, Kohei Tamao
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2009 | 10.1021/ja9071964

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Fluorine for Hydrogen Exchange in the Hydrofluorobenzene Derivatives C6HxF(6-x), where x = 2, 3, 4 and 5 by Monomeric [1,2,4-(Me3C)3C5H2]2CeH: The

Evan L. Werkema, Richard A. Andersen
Journal of American Chemical Society | 2008 | 10.1021/ja800639f

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