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Site-selective cross coupling by fine-tuning the supramolecular interaction (an article review)

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The demand for molecules of increasing complexity creates a strong need for new chemical tools. In particular, the synthesis of polyarene molecules bearing multiple substituents is challenging as no direct methods allow for the selectively introduction of non-identical substituents. In this respect, chemoselective reactions play a crucial role as they represent a straightforward method, suppressing […]

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Scientists make supramolecular iridium catalyst with enzyme-like precise conversions

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By Sander Kluwer, InCatT B.V. The conversion of feedstocks to useable chemical compounds is at the heart of chemistry and the chemical industry. Many catalytic transformations have been developed in the last decades to mature processes. Despite numerous efforts, there were always a number transformations that remained a tough nut to crack. One such conversion […]

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