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MCAT- 53™ Catalyst for Ruthenium Formation
A recyclable, ligand-free ruthenium catalyst for C–H activation reactions and concomitant C–C bond formation in the presence of water.
C-O Cross-Coupling of Activated Aryl and Heteroaryl Halides with Aliphatic Alcohols
JosiPhos CyPF-tBu and palladium give catalyst for alkoxylation of activated heteroaryl halides with primary, secondary, and tertiary alcohols
A-Phos Palladium Complexes for Efficient Suzuki Coupling
DalPhos Ligands
DalPhos is air-stable and contains the bulky di(1-adamantyl)phosphino [P(1-Ad)2] fragment. These ligands are useful in Pd-catalyzed C-N and C-C bond formation. Both Me-DalPhos and Mor-DalPhos allow for Pd-catalyzed ammonia, hydrazine and acetone cross-coupling with good functional group tolerance
Suzuki–Miyaura Coupling Reagents
This brochure contains a comprehensive selection of boronic acids, boronic acid esters, diboron esters, and transition-metal catalysts useful for the Suzuki–Miyaura coupling reaction
Cationic Gold(I) Complexes Based on Bulky Phosphine Ligands: New Opportunity for Efficient Gold Catalysis
Cationic Gold(I) Complexes Based on Bulky Phosphine Ligands: New Opportunity for Efficient Gold Catalysis
Aminophosphine Ligands
Aminophosphine Ligands
MIDA-protected Boronate Esters
An article regarding MIDA-protected Boronate Esters.
Buchwald Phosphine Ligands
Buchwald Phosphine Ligands
Dinuclear Zinc Catalysts
The aldol reaction is arguably one of the most important C–C bond forming reactions in the synthesis of complex molecules.
Carbohydrate-Catalyzed Enantioselective Alkene Diboration
Enantioselective alkene diboration is a valuable strategy for transforming unsaturated hydrocarbons into useful chiral building blocks.
N-Heterocyclic Carbene-Copper Complexes
N-Heterocyclic Carbene-Copper Complexes
P-Phos, PhanePhos and BoPhoz™ Ligands
The P-Phos ligand family was developed by Professor Chan of Hong Kong Polytechnic University and licensed to JM CCT in 2002. P-Phos is an atropisomeric biaryl bisphosphine with the unique feature of incorporating two methoxy-substituted pyridine rings in the backbone.
Ionic Liquids for Catalysis
Ionic Liquids have been thoroughly investigated as solvents in most types of catalytic reactions. Their merit lies in the ease with which their physical–chemical properties can be tuned by varying either the anion, the cation, or its substitution pattern.
Rieke® Highly Reactive Metals
Metal-enhanced organic synthesis via organometallic intermediates is a widely used preparative route for thousands of organic compounds.
Jamison Nickel (II) Precatalysts
The Jamison group has developed a library of bench-stable phosphine-containing nickel(II) precatalysts that are converted into active catalysts in situ.
DuPhos and BPE Ligands
Asymmetric hydrogenation reactions represent the ideal process for the commercial manufacture of single-enantiomer compounds, because of the ease by which these robust procedures can be scaled up and because of the low levels of byproducts generated in these asymmetric hydrogenations.
N-Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands
A wide range of NHC ligands are commonly available which exhibit high activities.
Nok – Third-Generation Amphiphile for Cross-Coupling Chemistry in Water
Micellular catalysis has provided the ability to carry out several commonly used transformations used in the synthetic community to be carried out in water.
Hydroazidation Catalyst
The chemistry of organoazides is exceedingly rich, since the azide functionality reacts with electrophiles, nucleophiles, and dipolarophiles, with or without the extrusion of dinitrogen. Common place transformation such as Staudinger reductions or ligations, Cu(I)-catalyzed Huisgen cycloadditions (of the “click”...
Arylboronic Acid-Pinacol Esters
The synthesis of biaryl compounds via the Suzuki coupling reaction has become more commonplace now that many arylboronic acids are readily available. We are pleased to offer arylboronic acid pinacol esters4 as part of a growing line of products used...
Palladacycle Coupling Catalysts
Palladacyclic catalysts developed by Bedford’s group are examples of a select group of catalysts capable of affecting a variety of coupling reactions using difficult to activate aryl chlorides at very low catalyst loadings.
Aryl Sulfonyl Chloride Derivatives
Aryl sulfonyl chloride derivatives are frequently used in parallel synthesis to synthesize sulfonamides and sulfonate linkages.
Hayashi Catalysts
We pleased to offer the latest technology from Hayashi, including both the pre-catalysts.
Diazaphospholane Ligands for Catalytic Asymmetric Transformations
Diazaphospholane Ligands for Catalytic Asymmetric Transformations: Professor Landis and co-workers developed a series of new ligands based on chiral 3,4-diazaphospholane structures.
Reductive amination with 2-picoline-borane complex
2-picoline-borane (pic-BH3) is an excellent alternative reagent for reductive aminations.
Of the thousands of chiral ligands used in asymmetric synthesis a relatively large number exhibit C2-symmetry. More recently, non-symmetrical modular P,N-ligands have been introduced independently by Pfaltz, Helmchen, and Williams and applied successfully in various metal-catalyzed reactions.
Gold Catalyst
We are proud to offer a treasure-trove of gold precatalysts and silver salts, as well as an extensive portfolio of unsaturated building blocks to accelerate your research success in this exciting field.
PEPPSI™ Catalysts
Professor Mike Organ at York University, along with co-workers Dr. Chris O’Brien and Dr. Eric Kantchev, have developed an palladium N-heterocyclic-carbene (NHC) catalyst system. They reacted PdCl2with a bulky NHC ligand, 2,6-diisopropylphenyllimidazolium chloride (IPr), and an α-donating 3-chloropyridine ligand for...
Cinchona Alkaloids
Asymmetric phase-transfer catalysis (PTC) has been recognized as a “green” alternative to many homogeneous synthetic organic transformations, and has found widespread application. Synthetically modified cinchona alkaloids are typical chiral organocatalysts used in asymmetric PTC.

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