3 article(s) from Herrera, Raquel P.
Chemical structures of isosteric gelators 1 and 2 previously studied , and squaramide-based analogu...
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Synthesis of squaramide-based gelators 3 and 4.
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Comparison of CGC, gelation time and Tgel values corresponding to six gels made using 3 and 2  as g...
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DFS measurements for model gels made of 3 in methanol (c = 47 g/L) and ethyl acetate (c = 36 g/L). ...
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Representative FESEM images of selected xerogels prepared by freeze-drying the corresponding organo...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 2065–2073, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.180
Different configurations of 1,2-aminoindanol 1a–d.
Asymmetric F–C alkylation catalyzed by thiourea 4.
Results for the F–C reaction carried out with catalyst 4 and the structurally modified analogues, 4'...
(a) Transition state TS1 originally proposed for the F–C reaction catalyzed by thiourea 4 . (b) Tra...
Asymmetric F–C alkylation catalyzed by thiourea ent-4 in the presence of D-mandelic acid as a Brøns...
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Transition state TS2 proposed for the activation of the thiourea-based catalyst ent-4 by an externa...
Friedel–Crafts alkylation of indoles catalyzed by the chiral thioamide 6.
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Scalable tandem C2/C3-annulation of indoles, catalyzed by the thioamide ent-6.
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Plausible tandem process mechanism for the sequential, double Friedel–Crafts alkylation, which invo...
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One-pot multisequence process that allows the synthesis of interesting compounds 14. The pharmacolo...
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Reaction pathway proposed for the preparation of the compounds 14.
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The enantioselective synthesis of cis-vicinal-substituted indane scaffolds 21, catalyzed by ent-6.
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Asymmetric domino procedure (Michael addition/Henry cyclization), catalyzed by the thioamide ent-6 ...
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The enantioselective addition of indoles 2 to α,β-unsaturated acyl phosphonates 24, a) screening of...
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Proposed transition state TS7 for the Friedel–Crafts reaction of indole and α,β-unsaturated acyl ph...
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Study of aliphatic β,γ-unsaturated α-ketoesters 26 as substrates in the F–C alkylation of indoles c...
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Possible transition states TS8 and TS9 in the asymmetric addition of indoles 2 to the β,γ-unsaturat...
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Transition state TS10 proposed for the asymmetric addition of dialkylhydrazone 28 to the β,γ-unsatu...
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Different β-hydroxylamino-based catalysts tested in a Michael addition, and the transition state TS...
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Enantioselective addition of acetylacetone (36a) to nitroalkenes 3, catalyzed by 37 and the propose...
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Addition of 3-oxindoles 39 to 2-amino-1-nitroethenes 40, catalyzed by 41.
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Michael addition of 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds 36 to the nitroalkenes 3 catalyzed by the squaramide 43...
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Asymmetric aza-Henry reaction catalyzed by the aminoindanol-derived sulfinyl urea 50.
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Results for the aza-Henry reaction carried out with the structurally modified catalysts 50–50''.
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Diels–Alder reaction catalyzed by the aminoindanol derivative ent-41.
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Asymmetric Michael addition of 3-pentanone (55a) to the nitroalkenes 3 through aminocatalysis.
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Substrate scope extension for the asymmetric Michael addition between the ketones 55 and the nitroa...
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A possible reaction pathway in the presence of the catalyst 56 and the plausible transition state T...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2016, 12, 505–523, doi:10.3762/bjoc.12.50
Bisindolyl based important targets: 1 , 2  and 3 .
Test reaction using diverse Ag(I) species.
Synthesis of biologically active vibrindole A.
Crystal structures for compounds 6ad and 6al.
Mechanism of the synthesis of bisindoles through AgOTf catalyst.
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 2206–2214, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.228
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