1 article(s) from Ansems, Ronald B M
Prototypical open and closed geodesic polyarenes.
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Planar vs pyramidalized π-system.
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Selected examples of geodesic polyarenes synthesized by FVP.
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Covalent functionalization of fullerene C60 by the Bingel–Hirsch reaction and the Prato reaction.
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Fullerene-type chemistry at interior carbon atoms of corannulene (1) and diindenochrysene (10).
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POAV angles of fullerene C60 (2), corannulene (1), and diindenochrysene (10).
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Synthesis of circumtrindene (6) by FVP.
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Synthetic route to 3,9,15-trichlorodecacyclene (12).
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POAV angle and bond lengths of circumtrindene.
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Bingel–Hirsch reaction of circumtrindene (6).
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Proposed mechanism for the Bingel–Hirsch reaction of circumtrindene (6).
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Prato reaction of circumtrindene (6).
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LUMO orbital map of circumtrindene (B3LYP/6-31G*). The darkest blue areas correspond to the regions...
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Electrostatic potentials on the surfaces of circumtrindene (B3LPY/6-31G*).
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Monoindeno- (25), diindeno- (26), and triindenocircumtrindene (27).
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Two different types of rim carbon atoms on circumtrindene.
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Site-selective peripheral monobromination of circumtrindene.
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Suzuki coupling and ring-closing reactions toward indenocircumtrindene (25).
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Suzuki coupling to prepare compound 30.
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Chemical shifts of ortho-methyl groups in 30 and 31.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 956–968, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.94
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