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Accessing fused and spirocyclic ring formations via carbon - carbon bond activation
Carbon-carbon bonds are ubiquitous in synthetic chemistry and constitute the skeletal backbone of a significant number of compounds. Utilizing transition metal mediated catalysis, a wide array of fused and spirocyclic ring ...
Phosphine-capped nanoparticles for electrocatalysis
In this work, a new method of synthesizing gold-rhodium alloyed nanoparticles (Au-Rh NPs), stabilized by triphenylphosphine (PPh₃) ligands is reported. This method has only previously been used to synthesize monometallic ...
Metal oxide support effects on the hydrogenation of cyclohexene and crotonaldehyde using microwave synthesized rhodium and iridium nanoparticles
Nanoparticles (NPs) are an exciting new class of materials with unique physical and chemical properties, which have been studied for applications in semiconductors, drug delivery, heavy metal sequestration, and heterogeneous ...