Tag Archives: M. C. Gimeno

A new article just come out!

Catalysis-free synthesis of thiazolidine–thiourea ligands for metal coordination (Au and Ag) and preliminary cytotoxic studies, Salvador-Gil, D.; Herrera, R. P.; Gimeno, M. C.  Dalton Trans. 2023. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1039/D3DT00079F. Abstract. The reaction of propargylamines with isothiocyanates results in the selective formation of … Continue reading

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Looking for intermediates of reaction to clarify the previously established mechanism

Thiolate Bridged Gold(I) NHC Catalysts: New Approach for Catalyst Design and its Application Trapping Catalytic Intermediates, Visbal, R.; Herrera, R. P.; Gimeno, M. C. Chem. Eur. J. 2019, https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.201903494 Abstract. Novel dinuclear N ‐heterocyclic gold complexes with bridging thiolate ligands have been designed … Continue reading

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A further step towards understanding one of our best “friends”: aminoindanol-based thiourea

Hydrogen bonding networks in chiral thiourea organocatalysts. Evidence on the importance of the aminoindanol moiety. Gimeno, M. C.; Herrera, R. P. Cryst. Growth Des., 2016, 16, 5091–5099. Abstract. The crystal structures of four chiral thioureas, which are normally used as organocatalysts, are reported by … Continue reading

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