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ChemInform Abstract: Aqueous Media Carboxylative Cyclization of Propargylic Amines with CO2 Catalyzed by Amphiphilic Dendritic N‐Heterocyclic Carbene—Gold(I) Complexes.

23.10.2014 | Ken‐ichi Fujita, Junichi Sato, Kensuke Inoue, Teruhisa Tsuchimoto, Hiroyuki Yasuda, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract Optimized reaction conditions including a water soluble dentritic NHC‐gold complex allow the synthesis of 2‐oxazolidinones in moderate to good yields at room temperature.

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ChemInform Abstract: Nanoceria‐Catalyzed Highly Efficient Procedure for N‐Formylation of Amines at Room Temperature under Solvent‐Free Conditions.

23.10.2014 | Umakant B. Patil, Abhilash S. Singh, Jayashree M. Nagarkar, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract Application of a chiral substrate yields the corresponding product without razemization.

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ChemInform Abstract: Growth and Characterization of Nonlinear Optical Telluromolybdate CoTeMoO6 Single Crystals.

23.10.2014 | Miroslaw Maczka, Krzysztof Hermanowicz, Andrzej Majchrowski, Lukasz Kroenke, Adam Pietraszko, Maciej Ptak, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract CoTeMoO6 single crystals are obtained from high temperature solutions (526 °C) of CoTeMoO6 by spontaneous crystallization on a Pt wire using a eutectic mixture of TeO2 and MoO3 as solvent.

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ChemInform Abstract: High Pressure‐High Temperature Synthesis of Lithium‐Rich Li3O(Cl, Br) and Li3‐xCax/2OCl anti‐Perovskite Halides.

23.10.2014 | Jianzhong Zhang, Jiantao Han, Jinlong Zhu, Zhijun Lin, Maria H. Braga, Luke L. Daemen, Liping Wang, Yusheng Zhao, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract The system (Li,Ca)—O—(Cl,Br) is investigated by synchrotron XRD under high pressure and temperature for the synthesis of lithium‐rich anti‐perovskite halides.

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ChemInform Abstract: Neutron Diffraction Study of Li4Ti5O12 at Low Temperatures.

23.10.2014 | Oleksandr Dolotko, Anatoliy Senyshyn, Martin J. Muehlbauer, Hans Boysen, Mykhailo Monchak, Helmut Ehrenberg, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract The crystal structure of the title electrode material is determined by neutron powder diffraction in the temperature range 3.4—300 K.

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ChemInform Abstract: A 2‐Iodobenzamide Catalyst for Oxidation of Alcohols at Room Temperature.

23.10.2014 | Takayuki Yakura, Akihiro Yamada, Narumi Noda, Tomoya Fujiwara, Hisanori Nambu, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract Treatment of primary and secondary alcohols with a catalytic amount of iodobenzamide in the presence of oxone yields the corresponding carbonyl compounds.

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ChemInform Abstract: O‐Aryloxime Ether Analogues as Novel and Efficient Ligands for Palladium‐Catalyzed Suzuki—Miyaura Coupling in Water.

23.10.2014 | Manoj Mondal, Utpal Bora, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract A simple combination consisting of PdCl2 and O‐aryl oxime ethers is found to catalyze the Suzuki—Miyaura coupling of aryl bromides with arylboronic acids in water at room temperature (27°C).

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ChemInform Abstract: An Efficient Palladium N‐Heterocyclic Carbene Catalyst Allowing the Suzuki—Miyaura Cross‐Coupling of Aryl Chlorides and Arylboronic Acids at Room Temperature in Aqueous Solution.

23.10.2014 | Fatemeh Rajabi, Werner R. Thiel, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract This method gives the coupling products in high yields even at low catalyst loadings.

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ChemInform Abstract: Highly Efficient and Chemoselective Transfer Hydrogenation of Nitroarenes at Room Temperature over Magnetically Separable Fe—Ni Bimetallic Nanoparticles.

23.10.2014 | Dhananjay R. Petkar, Brijesh S. Kadu, Rajeev C. Chikate, ChemInform, 2014

Abstract Fe‐Ni nanoparticles are used as catalyst for the selective hydrogenation of nitroarenes (I) to anilines (II) as well as cinnamic ester (III) to 3‐phenylpropanoate (IV).

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