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Synthesis of [NHC(picolinate)RuCl(indenylidene)] complexes 2 and 4a.
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Synthesis of complex 4a and 4b from (SIPr)(pyridine)RuCl2(indenylidene) (5).
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Solid-state structure of complex 4a from single crystal X-ray diffraction. Hydrogens have been omit...
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Olefin metathesis profiles in response to TFA equivalents.
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Comparison of olefin metathesis profiles for catalysts 2, 4a and 4b after activation with 150 equiv...
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Influence of various acids for the activation of 4a in the RCM of DEDAM.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2015, 11, 1541–1546, doi:10.3762/bjoc.11.169
CD-based mono- and diphosphines with inward-pointing phosphorus atoms.
Complexation of a "PdCl(dmba)" unit by HUGPHOS ligands.
Reaction of HUGPHOS-1 with [MCl2(PhCN)2] complexes (M = Pd, Pt). Only one isomer with a given MeO–M...
Synthesis of complexes 3–5.
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X-ray structure of aqua palladium complex 5  (top: side view; bottom: view from the primary face). ...
Dehydration of Pd(II) complex 5.
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Ruthenium complexes 7 and 8 in Newman projection along the Ru–P bond.
Titration of HUGPHOS-1 with [Rh(CO)2Cl]2 at 25 °C.
Synthesis of rhodium carbonyl complexes 9–11.
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Synthesis of rhodium complexes 12 and 13.
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Selective formation of complex 14 under 40 bar CO/H2 at 80 °C.
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High pressure NMR spectra of 13 under CO/H2 (1:1) recorded in toluene-d8 (at various temperatures a...
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IR spectra of 14 recorded in CH2Cl2 at 50 °C under 40 bar of CO/H2 1:1.
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Calculated structures (Spartan 10) of trigonal bipyramidal [RhH(CO)3(HUGPHOS-2)] with the phosphoru...
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Possible mechanism for the hydroformylation of styrene when using monophosphine complexes 12 or 13 ...
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Simplified Heck coupling mechanism when using HUGPHOS-1 or HUGPHOS-2 as ligands. Doted lines stand ...
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 2388–2405, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.249
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