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Veronica Marin et al.
Chemical Society reviews, 36(4), 618-635 (2007-03-28)
The need for novel materials with luminescent properties and advanced processing features requires reliable and reproducible synthetic routes for the design of suitable materials, such as e.g. polypyridyl ruthenium(II) and iridium(III)-containing polymers. The most popular ligand for those purposes is
S Murahashi et al.
Accounts of chemical research, 33(4), 225-233 (2000-04-25)
The discovery of a new chemical reaction often leads to new applications and new chemical principles. Low-valent ruthenium and iridium hydride complexes are highly useful redox Lewis acid and base catalysts. Nitriles are activated by these catalysts and undergo reactions
Nicolas P E Barry et al.
Chemical Society reviews, 41(8), 3264-3279 (2012-02-07)
This review describes how the incorporation of dicarba-closo-dodecarboranes into half-sandwich complexes of ruthenium, osmium, rhodium and iridium might lead to the development of a new class of compounds with applications in medicine. Such a combination not only has unexplored potential
Etienne Baranoff et al.
Chemical Society reviews, 33(3), 147-155 (2004-03-18)
In order to mimic the photosynthetic reaction centre and better understand photoinduced electron transfer processes, a family of compounds has been studied for the past 15 years. These are transition metal complexes, M(tpy)(2) where tpy is a 2,2':6',2" terpyridine based
I Haiduc et al.
In vivo (Athens, Greece), 3(4), 285-293 (1989-07-01)
Recent results on the antitumor activity of organometallic compounds of rhodium, iridium, copper and gold are reviewed. Coordination compounds of some organic ligands are also briefly mentioned. The most promising seem to be copper and gold complexes which exhibited remarkable
Stephen J Roseblade et al.
Accounts of chemical research, 40(12), 1402-1411 (2007-08-04)
Asymmetric hydrogenation is one of the most important catalytic methods for the preparation of optically active compounds. For a long time the range of olefins that could be hydrogenated with high enantiomeric excess was limited to substrates bearing a coordinating
Henrik Tækker Madsen et al.
Chemosphere, 109, 84-91 (2014-05-31)
Electrochemical oxidation is a promising technique for degradation of otherwise recalcitrant organic micropollutants in waters. In this study, the applicability of electrochemical oxidation was investigated concerning the degradation of the groundwater pollutant 2,6-dichlorobenzamide (BAM) through the electrochemical oxygen transfer process
Soo Bong Han et al.
Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), (47)(47), 7278-7287 (2009-12-22)
Existing methods for enantioselective carbonyl allylation, crotylation and tert-prenylation require stoichiometric generation of pre-metallated nucleophiles, and often employ stoichiometric chiral modifiers. Under the conditions of transfer hydrogenation employing an ortho-cyclometallated iridium C,O-benzoate catalyst, enantioselective carbonyl allylations, crotylations and tert-prenylations are
Paolo Tosatti et al.
Organic & biomolecular chemistry, 10(16), 3147-3163 (2012-03-13)
Since their discovery in 1997, iridium-catalysed asymmetric allylic substitutions have been developed into a broadly applicable tool for the synthesis of chiral building blocks via C-C and C-heteroatom bond formation. The remarkable generality of these reactions and the high levels
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