3 article(s) from Gilmour, Ryan
(A) Synthetic routes to α-fluoroketones from silyl enol ethers or acetophenone derivatives. (B) Sel...
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Substrate scope with standard reaction conditions: alkyne (0.2 mmol), p-TolI (20 mol %), Selectfluor...
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X-ray molecular structure of compound 2. Conformation of the carbonyl group and the fluoride with a...
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(A) Structure activity relationship of the core scaffold. (B) Exploring the effect of methyl benzoa...
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(A) Hammett plot varying the para-substitution on the alkyne (ρ ≈ 0). (B) Hammett plot varying the ...
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An overview of the I(I)/I(III)-catalysed fluorohydration of alkynes.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020, 16, 1627–1635, doi:10.3762/bjoc.16.135
Selected examples of bioactive compounds containing the 2-oxazoline motif.
The catalytic difluorination of alkenes (top) and the proposed fluorocyclisation via the same I(I)/...
Substrate scope. aReaction conducted on 1 mmol scale. bReaction time increased to 40 hours. cReacti...
Exploring diastereocontrol and the synthesis of the fluorohydrin 3. Yields in parentheses were dete...
X-ray molecular structure of compound 2c. Thermal ellipsoids shown at the 50% propability level. To...
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 1021–1027, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.88
Exploring the effect of fluorine incorporation in triazolium pre-catalysts (2) for the enantioselec...
Target triazolium salts 5–10 for this study. The synclinal-endo conformation of 5 is shown . Only t...
Synthesis of the difluorinated triazolium salt 7 starting from commercially available N-Boc-trans-4...
Synthesis of the monofluorinated triazolium salt 8.
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Synthesis of the trifluoromethylated and non-fluorinated pre-catalysts 9 and 10 for control studies....
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X-ray crystal structures of triazolium salts 5·BF4−, 6·BF4− and 7·BF4− . The tetrafluoroborate coun...
An overview of the molecular editing approach to catalyst development.
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2013, 9, 2812–2820, doi:10.3762/bjoc.9.316
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