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Angewandte Chemie International Edition, ISSN 1433-7851, 04/2014, Volume 53, Issue 15, pp. 3868 - 3871
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Organic Letters, ISSN 1523-7060, 02/2012, Volume 14, Issue 4, pp. 1154 - 1157
Ruthenium-catalyzed direct arylations of phenols bearing removable directing groups were accomplished through carboxylate assistance via six-membered... 
FUNCTIONALIZATION | SYSTEM | PRELIGANDS | PALLADIUM | ACTIVATION | PHENOLS | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | ARYL | PHOSPHINE OXIDES | BROMIDES
Journal Article
Chemistry, ISSN 0947-6539, 07/2014, Volume 20, Issue 31, p. 9739
  Site-selective ruthenium(II)-catalyzed direct arylation of amides was achieved through CH cleavages with modular auxiliaries, derived from easily accessible... 
Journal Article
Nature Chemical Biology, ISSN 1552-4450, 07/2019, Volume 15, Issue 7, pp. 672 - 680
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Nature communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 08/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 3667 - 15
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Chemistry – A European Journal, ISSN 0947-6539, 07/2014, Volume 20, Issue 31, pp. 9739 - 9743
Site‐selective ruthenium(II)‐catalyzed direct arylation of amides was achieved through CH cleavages with modular auxiliaries, derived from easily accessible... 
triazoles | ruthenium | catalysis | CH activation | amides | aryl halides | C-H activation | DIRECTING GROUP | C(SP)-H BONDS | ACTIVATION | DIRECT FUNCTIONALIZATION | CLICK CHEMISTRY | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | BIDENTATE-CHELATION ASSISTANCE | UNACTIVATED C(SP)-H BONDS | ACID-DERIVATIVES | INTRAMOLECULAR AMINATION | ARYL CHLORIDES | Alkenes | Accessibility | Aromatic compounds | Amides | Strategy | Cleavage | Activation | Modular
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Tetrahedron, ISSN 0040-4020, 06/2013, Volume 69, Issue 22, pp. 4445 - 4453
Carboxylate assistance was key to success for highly efficient ruthenium-catalyzed direct -arylations of tetrazolyl-substituted arenes with aryl halides and... 
ARB | Arylation | C–H activation | Ruthenium | Valsartan | C-H activation | PALLADIUM | ALKYLATION | ARENES | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | II RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS | CATALYZED DIRECT ARYLATIONS | POTENT | BOND ACTIVATION | ARYL | EFFICIENT | ALKENYLATION | Chemotherapy | Cancer
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Tetrahedron, ISSN 0040-4020, 06/2013, Volume 69, Issue 22, pp. 4445 - 4453
Carboxylate assistance was key to success for highly efficient ruthenium-catalyzed direct ortho-arylations of tetrazolyl-substituted arenes with aryl halides... 
Aromatic compounds | Halides | Tetrahedrons | Blocking | Ligands | Tetrazoles | Bonding | Phosphines
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Angewandte Chemie, ISSN 0044-8249, 04/2014, Volume 126, Issue 15, pp. 3949 - 3952
  Modulare 1,2,3-Triazole ermöglichten Eisen-katalysierte C-H-Arylierungen mit hoher Anwendungsbreite. Das neuartige Triazol-basierte, zweizähnige Auxiliar ist... 
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Angewandte Chemie, ISSN 0044-8249, 04/2014, Volume 126, Issue 15, pp. 3949 - 3952
Modulare 1,2,3‐Triazole ermöglichten Eisen‐katalysierte C‐H‐Arylierungen mit hoher Anwendungsbreite. Das neuartige Triazol‐basierte, zweizähnige Auxiliar ist... 
Triazole | Ruthenium | C‐H‐Aktivierung | Eisen | Chelate
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ChemInform, ISSN 0931-7597, 02/2015, Volume 46, Issue 7, pp. no - no
The direct arylation of amides is investigated in the presence of different side chain modifications and the triazole‐based auxiliary ‐NH‐Tam is found to be... 
carboxylic amides (benzene compounds) | polyphenyl derivatives | C‐C bond formation | Triazoles | Amides | Ruthenium
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ChemInform, ISSN 0931-7597, 09/2014, Volume 45, Issue 36, pp. no - no
This method utilizes a triazole‐derived auxiliary for the iron‐catalyzed activation of otherwise inert C(sp2)—H and C(sp3)—H bonds. 
carboxylic amides (benzene compounds) | catalysis, phase‐transfer catalysis | carboxylic amides (acyclic compounds) | polyphenyl derivatives | C‐C bond formation | Triazoles | Catalysis
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