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Multicomponent Reactions. R. P. Herrera; E. Marques-López (Eds.). Wiley, 2015
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Topical Collection “Recent Advances in Organocatalysis”
CATALYSTS: Special Issue “Hydrogen Bonding Activation”
CATALYSTS: Special Issue “Hydrogen Transfer Reactions”
- Adv. Synth. Catal.
- Asymmetric organocatalysis
- Brønsted acid
- Chem. Eur. J
- David Díaz Díaz
- Eugenia Marqués-López
- Fernando Auria-Luna
- group 11 metal complexes
- Guillermo Canudo
- Henry reaction
- Isaac G. Sonsona
- Japanese restaurant
- Javier Martín Martín
- Juan Mangas-Sanchez
- Juan V. Alegre-Requena
- Multicomponent reaction
- One-pot synthesis
- Organic chemistry
- Pablo Murillo
- Prof. Dr. Houcine Naïli
- Prof. Gimeno
- Raquel P. Herrera
- Research group
- Rosa Ortiz
- RSC Advances
- Sandra Ardevines
- Sandra Muñiz Bustín
- Sara Gil
- Scientific dissemination
- Synergistic catalysis
- Undergraduate student
- University of Zaragoza
Category Archives: Organocatalysis
Ultrasound-assisted multicomponent synthesis of 4H-pyrans in water and DNA binding studies, Auria-Luna, F.; Fernández-Moreira, V.; Marqués-López, E.; Gimeno, M. C.; Herrera, R. P. Sci. Rep. 2020 , 10, 11594. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-68076-1 Abstract. A simple approach to synthesize new highly substituted 4H-pyran … Continue reading
Asymmetric organocatalyzed aza‐Henry reaction of hydrazones: experimental and computational studies, Sonsona, I. G.; Alegre-Requena, J. V.; Marqués-López, E.; Gimeno, M. C.; Herrera, R. P. Chem. Eur. J. 2020, DOI: 10.1002/chem.202000232 Abstract. The first asymmetric catalyzed aza‐Henry reaction of hydrazones … Continue reading
… with Dr. Santiago Uriel. Thank you and congratulations! Simple iodoalkyne-based organocatalysts for the activation of carbonyl compounds, Alegre-Requena, J. V.; Valero-Tena, A.; Sonsona, I. G.; Uriel, S.; Herrera, R. P. Org. Biomol. Chem. 2020, DOI: 10.1039/c9ob02688f Abstract. A novel … Continue reading
Hydrogen bonding and Internal or External Lewis or Brønsted Acid Assisted (Thio)urea Catalysts, Gimeno, M. C.; Herrera, R. P. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 10.1002/ejoc.201901344 Abstract. The obtainment of more active organocatalysts has promoted the search for new modes of activation … Continue reading
Last Friday, March 8th, Dr. Luca Bernardi (University of Bologna) visited Zaragoza and gave us a wonderful talk as a present, about “Asymmetric Organocatalysis: Principles and Applications“. Thanks a lot, Luca!
First Organocatalytic Asymmetric Synthesis of 1-Benzamido-1,4-Dihydropyridine Derivatives, Auria-Luna, F.; Marqués-López, E.; Herrera, R. P. Molecules 2018, 23(10), 2692. https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules23102692. Special Issue “Stereogenic Centers“ Abstract. Preliminary results concerning the first asymmetric synthesis of highly functionalized 1-benzamido-1,4-dihydropyridine derivatives via the reaction of hydrazones with alkylidenemalononitriles … Continue reading
Urea Activation by an External Brønsted Acid: Breaking Self-Association and Tuning Catalytic Performance
Urea Activation by an External Brønsted Acid: Breaking Self-Association and Tuning Catalytic Performance Isaac G. Sonsona, Eugenia Marqués-López, Marleen Häring, David Díaz Díaz and Raquel P. Herrera Catalysts 2018, 8(8), 305; https://doi.org/10.3390/catal8080305 Abstract: In this work, we hypothesize that Brønsted acids can activate urea-based catalysts by diminishing its … Continue reading
Last wednesday, Sandra presented her Bachelor thesis entitled “Synthesis and applications of heterocycles of interest”. She did it excellent. Congratulations!
Juanvi has been in Arantzazu (Gipuzkoa), from October 16th to 19th working with other PhD students in the “Doctoriales transfronterizos UPPA-UPV/EHU” (UPPA-UPV / EHU Transboundary Doctorials), organized by the Master’s and Doctorate School of the UPV / EHU (MDe), in collaboration with the … Continue reading
Juanvi has worked hard in this project and now the first results have just come out. The central idea is to generate in situ, the carbonyl compound, via oxidation of an alcohol, which is involved in a subsequent asymmetric organocatalytic … Continue reading