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  1. Spectroscopic identification of the •SSNO isomers
  2. Highly efficient chirality inducers in nematic liquid crystals: synthesis of 7,7’-disubstituted 2,2’-methylenedioxy-1,1’-binaphthyls
  3. The functionalization of nanodiamonds (diamondoids) as a key parameter of their easily controlled self-assembly in micro- and nanocrystals from the vapor phase
  4. Selective Preparation of Diamondoid Phosphonates
  5. Synthesis of Substituted Adamantylzinc Reagents Using a Mg-Insertion in the Presence of ZnCl2 and Further Functionalizations
  6. Combined ab Initio Molecular Dynamics and Experimental Studies of Carbon Atom Addition to Benzene
  7. Diamondoid Hydrazones and Hydrazides: Sterically Demanding Ligands for Sn/S Cluster Design
  8. Nature Utilizes Unusual High London Dispersion Interactions for Compact Membranes Composed of Molecular Ladders
  9. Functionalization of Homodiamantane: Oxygen Insertion Reactions without Rearrangement with Dimethyldioxirane
  10. UV resonance Raman analysis of trishomocubane and diamondoid dimers
  11. Efficient Preparation of Apically Substituted Diamondoid Derivatives
  12. Polytwistane
  13. En route to multicatalysis: kinetic resolution of trans-cycloalkane-1,2-diols via oxidative esterification
  14. Diamondoids: functionalization and subsequent applications of perfectly defined molecular cage hydrocarbons
  15. Exploring covalently bonded diamondoid particles with valence photoelectron spectroscopy
  16. Brønsted Acids: Chiral (Thio)urea Derivatives
  17. Lipophilic Oligopeptides for Chemo- and Enantioselective Acyl Transfer Reactions onto Alcohols
  18. Covalent Attachment of Diamondoid Phosphonic Acid Dichlorides to Tungsten Oxide Surfaces
  19. Mild and Selective Organocatalytic Iodination of Activated Aromatic Compounds
  20. Innentitelbild: Evidence of Diamond Nanowires Formed inside Carbon Nanotubes from Diamantane Dicarboxylic Acid (Angew. Chem. 13/2013)
  21. The Lipophilic Bullet Hits the Targets: Medicinal Chemistry of Adamantane Derivatives
  22. Evidence of Diamond Nanowires Formed inside Carbon Nanotubes from Diamantane Dicarboxylic Acid
  23. Evidence of Diamond Nanowires Formed inside Carbon Nanotubes from Diamantane Dicarboxylic Acid
  24. Inside Cover: Evidence of Diamond Nanowires Formed inside Carbon Nanotubes from Diamantane Dicarboxylic Acid (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 13/2013)
  25. Evidence of Diamond Nanowires Formed inside Carbon Nanotubes from Diamantane Dicarboxylic Acid
  26. Electronic structure tuning of diamondoids through functionalization
  27. Experimental and theoretical Raman analysis of functionalized diamantane
  28. Structure analysis of substrate catalyst complexes in mixtures with ultrafast two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy
  29. Tunneling control of chemical reactions: C–H insertion versus H-tunneling in tert-butylhydroxycarbene
  30. Matrix isolation and spectroscopic properties of the methylsulfinyl radical CH3(O)S˙
  31. Preparative Synthesis of Vinyl Diamondoids
  32. Ultrafast Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy Resolves the Conformational Change of an Evans Auxiliary Induced by Mg(ClO4)2
  33. Die Karotte...
  34. New paint and a new engine
  35. Diamondoid coating enables disruptive approach for chemical and magnetic imaging with 10 nm spatial resolution
  36. Two‐Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy Reveals the Structure of an Evans Auxiliary Derivative and Its SnCl4 Lewis Acid Complex
  37. Hydrogen‐Bonding Thiourea Organocatalysts: The Privileged 3,5‐Bis(trifluoromethyl)phenyl Group
  38. Stable Alkanes Containing Very Long Carbon–Carbon Bonds
  39. Thermolysis of 3,3,5,5‐Tetramethyl‐1,2,4‐trithiolane 1‐Oxide: First Matrix Isolation of the HOSS· Radical
  40. Conformations and Reactions of Bicyclo[3.2.1]oct-6-en-8-ylidene
  41. Preparation and testing of homocubyl amines as therapeutic NMDA receptor antagonists
  42. (Thio)urea Organocatalyst Equilibrium Acidities in DMSO
  43. Enantiomerically enriched trans-diols from alkenes in one pot: a multicatalyst approach
  44. Nanodiamonds in sugar rings: an experimental and theoretical investigation of cyclodextrin–nanodiamond inclusion complexes
  45. Tunnelling control of chemical reactions – the organic chemist's perspective
  46. Evolution of asymmetric organocatalysis: multi- and retrocatalysis
  47. Heuristic chemistry—a qualitative study on teaching domain-specific strategies for the six-electron case
  48. Selective Alkane CH Bond Substitutions: Strategies for the Preparation of Functionalized Diamondoids (Nanodiamonds)
  49. Durch die Wand — Tunnelkontrolle chemischer Reaktionen
  50. Synthesis of Diamondoid Carboxylic Acids
  51. σ/σ- and π/π-Interactions Are Equally Important: Multilayered Graphanes
  52. Cooperative Thiourea–Brønsted Acid Organocatalysis: Enantioselective Cyanosilylation of Aldehydes with TMSCN
  53. Sterische Hinderung kann ein labiles Molekül stabilisieren: zur Lösung des Hexaphenylethan‐Rätsels
  54. Steric Crowding Can Stabilize a Labile Molecule: Solving the Hexaphenylethane Riddle
  55. Photochemical Formation and Reactivities of Substituted Oxathiiranes in Low‐Temperature Argon Matrices
  56. Carbon‐to‐Carbon Anion Relay Chemistry: Facile Generation of Substituted Allyllithium Species (Eur. J. Org. Chem. 27/2011)
  57. Overcoming lability of extremely long alkane carbon–carbon bonds through dispersion forces
  58. Carbon‐to‐Carbon Anion Relay Chemistry: Facile Generation of Substituted Allyllithium Species
  59. Cyclopropylhydroxycarbene
  60. Heuristic Chemistry—Elimination Reactions
  61. Struktur‐Eigenschafts‐Beziehungen in der Organischen Chemie
  62. Organokatalytischer, enantioselektiver Acyltransfer auf racemische sowie meso‐Alkohole, ‐Amine und ‐Thiole
  63. Organocatalytic Enantioselective Acyl Transfer onto Racemic as well as meso Alcohols, Amines, and Thiols
  64. Light- and Heavy-Atom Tunneling in Rearrangement Reactions of Cyclopropylcarbenes
  65. Matrix Isolation Studies on Sulfur Heterocycles and Related Species
  66. Silicon−(Thio)urea Lewis Acid Catalysis
  67. A Multicatalyst System for the One‐Pot Desymmetrization/Oxidation of meso‐1,2‐Alkane Diols
  68. Enantioselective Synthesis of 2-Aryl-3-nitro-2H-chromenes Catalyzed by a Bifunctional Thiourea
  69. Heuristic Chemistry—Addition Reactions
  70. Diamondoid-modified DNA
  71. Going with the flow: WIREs Computational Molecular Science
  72. Do the mercaptocarbene (H–C–S–H) and selenocarbene (H–C–Se–H) congeners of hydroxycarbene (H–C–O–H) undergo 1,2-H-tunneling?
  73. 1,2,4‐Triazine vs. 1,3‐ and 1,4‐Oxazinones in Normal‐ and Inverse‐Electron‐Demand Hetero‐Diels–Alder Reactions: Establishing a Status Quo by Computational Analysis
  74. Synthesis of Higher Diamondoids and Implications for Their Formation in Petroleum
  75. Synthesis of Higher Diamondoids and Implications for Their Formation in Petroleum
  76. Intramolecular hydroxycarbene C–H-insertion: The curious case of ( o -methoxyphenyl)hydroxycarbene
  77. Electronic Effects on Atom Tunneling: Conformational Isomerization of Monomeric Para-Substituted Benzoic Acid Derivatives
  78. Stereospecific Consecutive Epoxide Ring Expansion with Dimethylsulfoxonium Methylide
  79. Diamantoide. Chemie mit Nano‐Juwelen
  80. Phenylhydroxycarbene
  81. Oxathiirane
  82. Experimental and theoretical study of the absorption properties of thiolated diamondoids
  83. Thermal Reactions of Regioisomeric 1,2,4‐Trithiolane S‐Oxides
  84. A Formal Carbon–Sulfur Triple Bond: HCSOH
  85. A Formal Carbon–Sulfur Triple Bond: HCSOH
  86. Diamondoid Phosphines – Selective Phosphorylation of Nanodiamonds[1]
  87. The influence of a single thiol group on the electronic and optical properties of the smallest diamondoid adamantane
  88. Synthesis of Diamondoid Nitro Compounds from Amines with m-Chloroperbenzoic Acid¹
  89. Metal oxide-organic frameworks (MOOFs), a new series of coordination hybrids constructed from molybdenum(vi) oxide and bitopic 1,2,4-triazole linkers
  90. Heuristic thinking makes a chemist smart
  91. Kinetic resolution of trans-cycloalkane-1,2-diols via Steglich esterification
  92. Catalysis of Diels–Alder Reactions in Water and in Hydrogen‐Bonding Environments
  93. Understanding the Torquoselectivity in 8π-Electrocyclic Cascade Reactions: Synthesis of Fenestradienes versus Cyclooctatrienes
  94. (Thio)urea Organocatalysts
  95. A Formal Carbon–Sulfur Triple Bond: HCSOH
  96. A Formal Carbon–Sulfur Triple Bond: HCSOH
  97. Photoacetylation of Diamondoids: Selectivities and Mechanism
  98. Photoacetylation of Diamondoids: Selectivities and Mechanism (Eur. J. Org. Chem. 30/2009)
  99. One‐Pot Desymmetrization of meso‐1,2‐Hydrocarbon Diols through Acylation and Oxidation
  100. Understanding the Torquoselectivity in 8π-Electrocyclic Cascade Reactions: Synthesis of Fenestradienes versus Cyclooctatrienes
  101. Structural Analyses of N‐Acetylated 4‐(Dimethylamino)pyridine (DMAP) Salts
  102. [123]Tetramantane: Parent of a New Family of σ-Helicenes
  103. Non-Kekulé N-Substituted m-Phenylenes: N-Centered Diradicals versus Zwitterions
  104. Synthesis, characterization, and property evaluations of copolymers of diamantyl methacrylate with methyl methacrylate
  105. Oxygen-Doped Nanodiamonds: Synthesis and Functionalizations
  106. Selective Preparation of Diamondoid Fluorides[1]
  107. Determining orientational structure of diamondoid thiols attached to silver using near-edge X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy
  108. Band gap tuning in nanodiamonds: first principle computational studies
  109. Asymmetric Transfer Hydrogenation of Ketimines with Trichlorosilane: Structural Studies
  110. Reactivities of the Prism‐Shaped Diamondoids [1(2)3]Tetramantane and [12312]Hexamantane (Cyclohexamantane)
  111. Introduction
  112. Synthetic Routes to Aminotriamantanes, Topological Analogues of the Neuroprotector Memantine®
  113. 1,1′‐Bi(trishomobarrelenyl) – Synthesis and Chiroptic Properties
  114. Origin of the Monochromatic Photoemission Peak in Diamondoid Monolayers
  115. Infrared signatures of the NCCO radical
  116. (Thio)urea organocatalysis—What can be learnt from anion recognition?
  117. Thieme Chemistry Journal Awardees - Where are They Now? Synthesis of Diamantane-Derived N-Heterocyclic Carbenes and Applications in Catalysis
  118. Isolation of the key intermediates in the catalyst-free conversion of oxiranes to thiiranes in water at ambient temperature
  119. A Chemist's Guide to Valence Bond Theory. Von Sason S. Shaik und Philippe C. Hiberty.
  120. A Chemist's Guide to Valence Bond Theory. By Sason S. Shaik and Philippe C. Hiberty.
  121. An Interrupted [4+3] Cycloaddition Reaction: A Hydride Shift (Ene Reaction) Intervenes
  122. An Interrupted [4+3] Cycloaddition Reaction: A Hydride Shift (Ene Reaction) Intervenes
  123. Innentitelbild: An Interrupted [4+3] Cycloaddition Reaction: A Hydride Shift (Ene Reaction) Intervenes (Angew. Chem. 45/2008)
  124. Inside Cover: An Interrupted [4+3] Cycloaddition Reaction: A Hydride Shift (Ene Reaction) Intervenes (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 45/2008)
  125. Prototypical Triplet Alkyl Phosphonatocarbenes
  126. Monoprotection of Diols as a Key Step for the Selective Synthesis of Unequally Disubstituted Diamondoids (Nanodiamonds)
  127. Spectroscopic Identification of Dihydroxycarbene
  128. Spectroscopic Identification of Dihydroxycarbene
  129. Book Review of Asymmetric Phase Transfer Catalysis
  130. Enantioselektive kinetische Racematspaltung von trans‐Cycloalkan‐1,2‐diolen
  131. Enantioselective Kinetic Resolution of trans‐Cycloalkane‐1,2‐diols
  132. Near-Edge X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Spectroscopy of Diamondoid Thiol Monolayers on Gold
  133. Capture of hydroxymethylene and its fast disappearance through tunnelling
  134. Generation and Rearrangement of Some Spirocycloaliphatic Thiosulfines and Dithiiranes
  135. 3,5,7,9-Substituted Hexaazaacridines: Toward Structures with Nearly Degenerate Singlet−Triplet Energy Separations
  136. Deracemization of a Macrocyclic 1,1′‐Biisoquinoline
  137. Cooperative Brønsted Acid-Type Organocatalysis:  Alcoholysis of Styrene Oxides
  138. Synthesis and structure of a heterocyclic ansa pyrrole amino acid
  139. Benzothiazines in Synthesis:  Studies Directed toward the Synthesis of Erogorgiaene
  140. “Diamonds are a chemist's best friend”: die großen Geschwister des Adamantans
  141. Diamonds are a Chemist's Best Friend: Diamondoid Chemistry Beyond Adamantane
  142. Electronic Stabilization of Ground State Triplet Carbenes
  143. Functionalized Nanodiamonds. Part 7. Simple Preparation of Diamondoid 1,3‐Dienes via Oxetane Ring Opening.
  144. Synthesis of the Antimalarial Drug FR900098 Utilizing the Nitroso-Ene Reaction
  145. Carbon Tetrabromide
  146. Hydroxy Derivatives of Diamantane, Triamantane, and [121]Tetramantane: Selective Preparation of Bis‐Apical Derivatives
  147. Organocatalytic Biomimetic Reduction of Conjugated Nitroalkenes
  148. Diastereoselectivity in an electrocyclization reaction of cyclopentadienones
  149. Relative Energy Computations with Approximate Density Functional Theory — A Caveat!
  150. Facile Conversion of Amino Acids into 1-Alkyl Imidazole-2-thiones, and Their Oxidative Desulfurization to Imidazoles with Benzoyl Peroxide
  151. Beyond the Corey Reaction:  One-Step Diolefination of Cyclic Ketones
  152. Thiourea-Catalyzed Transfer Hydrogenation of Aldimines
  153. Simple Preparation of Diamondoid 1,3-Dienes via Oxetane Ring Opening
  154. Die Berechnung relativer Energien mit approximativer Dichtefunktionaltheorie – eine Warnung
  155. Relative Energy Computations with Approximate Density Functional Theory—A Caveat!
  156. Oxidative Desulfurization of Azole‐2‐thiones with Benzoyl Peroxide: Syntheses of Ionic Liquids and Other Azolium Salts
  157. How Accurate Are DFT Treatments of Organic Energies?
  158. Generally Applicable Organocatalytic Tetrahydropyranylation of Hydroxy Functionalities with Very Low Catalyst Loading
  159. γ‐Aminoadamantanecarboxylic Acids Through Direct C–H Bond Amidations
  160. Secondary Structures of Peptides and Proteins via NMR Chemical-Shielding Anisotropy (CSA) Parameters
  161. Computational Chemistry and the Elucidation of Mechanism
  162. Dimethoxycarbene: Conformational Analysis of a Reactive Intermediate
  163. Reactivity of [1(2,3)4]Pentamantane (Td-Pentamantane): A Nanoscale Model of Diamond
  164. Tetrahedrane—Dossier of an Unknown
  165. Thermal Rearrangements of Heteroatom‐Bridged Diallenes
  166. Many Density Functional Theory Approaches Fail To Give Reliable Large Hydrocarbon Isomer Energy Differences
  167. Syntheses and Properties of Enantiomerically Pure Higher (n ≥ 7) [n−2]Triangulanedimethanols and σ‐[n]Helicenes
  168. [1,3]Dithian‐2‐ylidene
  169. [1,3]Dithian‐2‐ylidene
  170. The “Non‐Reaction” of Ground‐State Triplet Carbon Atoms with Water Revisited
  171. Pseudotetrahedral Polyhalocubanes:  Synthesis, Structures, and Parity Violating Energy Differences
  172. Functionalized Nanodiamonds Part 3:  Thiolation of Tertiary/Bridgehead Alcohols
  173. Functionalized Nanodiamonds:  Triamantane and [121]Tetramantane
  174. Deantiaromatization as a Driving Force in an Electrocyclic Reaction
  175. Deantiaromatization as a Driving Force in an Electrocyclic Reaction
  176. Organische Chemie 2005
  177. Moore Cyclizations: Rearrangements of 3‐Heteroatom‐pent‐1‐en‐4‐yn‐1‐ones – A Computational Search for New Reactions
  178. Carbon‐rich Compounds: Computational Considerations
  179. Hydrophobic amplification of noncovalent organocatalysis
  180. Acid-free, organocatalytic acetalization
  181. An Aufbau Ansatz for geminal functional theory
  182. Functionalized Nanodiamonds Part I. An Experimental Assessment of Diamantane and Computational Predictions for Higher Diamondoids
  183. Carbon Tetraiodide
  184. Preparation and Reactivity of [D3d]‐Octahedrane: The Most Stable (CH)12 Hydrocarbon
  185. H−C−SiH3:  Direct Generation and Spectroscopic Identification of Ethylidene's Cousin
  186. 3,5,7,9‐Tetraphenylhexaazaacridine: A Highly Stable, Weakly Antiaromatic Species with 16 π Electrons
  187. 3,5,7,9‐Tetraphenylhexaazaacridin: eine hochstabile, schwach antiaromatische 16π‐Spezies
  188. Organocatalytic Alkynylation of Aldehydes and Ketones under Phase‐Transfer Catalytic Conditions
  189. 1,2-Didehydro[10]annulenes:  Structures, Aromaticity, and Cyclizations
  190. Conformational Studies on Oligosubstituted Adamantane Derivatives – Structural Features of Tetravinyl‐, Tetracyclopropyl‐, and Tetraisopropyladamantane
  191. Bullvalene Trisepoxide and Its Stereospecific Rearrangement to 2,8,12‐Trioxahexacyclo[,904,605,1307,11]tridecane: Two New C3‐Symmetrical Oligocycles with Propeller Chirality
  192. 1,4-Addition of Benzene to a Dihydrocyclopent[a]indene Diradical:  Synthesis and DFT Study
  193. Organic Base‐Mediated Condensation of Pyridinecarboxaldehydes to Azachalcones
  194. Ab Initio Calculation of Optical Rotation in (P)-(+)-[4]Triangulane
  195. Excited state tautomerization of azaindole
  196. Computational Studies on the Cyclizations of Enediynes, Enyne-Allenes, and Related Polyunsaturated Systems
  197. Protonierung von Cuban: eine Neubetrachtung
  198. The Protonation of Cubane Revisited
  199. Ein konvergenter Zugang zu enantiomerenreinen höheren [n−2]Triangulandimethanol‐Derivaten und [n]Triangulanen (n≥7)
  200. A Convergent Route to Enantiomerically Pure Higher [n−2]Triangulanedimethanol Derivatives and [n]Triangulanes (n≥7)
  201. Cover Picture: A Convergent Route to Enantiomerically Pure Higher [n−2]Triangulanedimethanol Derivatives and [n]Triangulanes (n≥7) (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 47/2004)
  202. Titelbild: Ein konvergenter Zugang zu enantiomerenreinen höheren [n−2]Triangulandimethanol‐Derivaten und [n]Triangulanen (n≥7) (Angew. Chem. 47/2004)
  203. Combined Computational and Experimental Studies of the Mechanism and Scope of the Retro-Nazarov Reaction
  204. Cope Reaction Families:  To Be or Not to Be a Biradical
  205. The rotation barrier in ethane
  206. Triplet H−C−SiHCl2:  Combined Matrix-IR and CCSD(T) Identification, and the Role of the Open-Shell Singlet State
  207. Organische Chemie 2003
  208. Hydrocarbon Chemistry. Von George A. Olah und Árpád Molnár.
  209. Hydrocarbon Chemistry. By George A. Olah and Árpád Molnár.
  210. Selective alkane CH‐bond functionalizations utilizing oxidative single‐electron transfer and organocatalysis
  211. Structure−Property Relationships of Prototypical Chiral Compounds:  Case Studies,
  212. Fulvene aus Endiinen: Regioselektive elektrophile Domino‐ und Tandemcyclisierungen von Eninen und Oligoinen
  213. Fulvenes from Enediynes: Regioselective Electrophilic Domino and Tandem Cyclizations of Enynes and Oligoynes
  214. Beyond Schmittel and Myers−Saito Cyclizations:  Rearrangements of 4-Heteroatom-1,2-hexa-diene-5-ynes
  215. Preparation and Properties of Centrally Bridgehead‐Substituted Hexacyclo[,1.03,5.04,8.07,9]decanes (“Diademanes”) and Related (CH)10 Hydrocarbons
  216. A REKS Assessment of the Face‐Diagonal Bond in 1,3‐Didehydrocubane and a Comparison with Benzyne Biradicals
  217. Metal‐Free, Selective Alkane Functionalizations
  218. Die organische Chemie und ihre Sprache
  219. Delocalizations in σ-Radical Cations:  The Intriguing Structures of Ionized [n]Rotanes
  220. Metal‐Free, Noncovalent Catalysis of Diels–Alder Reactions by Neutral Hydrogen Bond Donors in Organic Solvents and in Water
  221. Metal-free organocatalysis through explicit hydrogen bonding interactions
  222. Model Studies on the Electrophilic Substitution of Methane with Various Electrophiles E (E = NO2 +, F+, Cl+, Cl3 +, HBr2 +, HCO+, OH+, H2O-OH+, AND Li+)
  223. Problematic Energy Differences between Cumulenes and Poly-ynes:  Does This Point to a Systematic Improvement of Density Functional Theory?
  224. Pseudotetrahedral Polyhaloadamantanes as Chirality Probes:  Synthesis, Separation, and Absolute Configuration
  225. Cycloaromatization of 1,4-Pentadiynes:  A Viable Possibility?
  226. Chemie
  227. Notizen
  228. Selective Alkane Transformations via Radicals and Radical Cations:  Insights into the Activation Step from Experiment and Theory
  229. Chemie
  230. Experimental and Computational Studies of R3Al−ER‘3 (E = P, As, Sb, Bi; R = Et, t-Bu; R‘ = SiMe3, i-Pr) Donor−Acceptor Complexes:  Role of the Central Pnictine and the Substituents on the Structure and Sta...
  231. Notizen
  232. Aromaticity of the Bergman, Myers−Saito, Schmittel, and Directly Related Cyclizations of Enediynes
  233. Notizen
  234. Notizen
  235. H-Bonding Additives Act Like Lewis Acid Catalysts
  236. Notizen
  237. Notizen
  238. Intramolecular 4 + 3 Cycloadditions. A Theoretical Analysis of Simple Diastereoselectivity in Reactions of Alkoxyallylic Cations and Furans
  239. Molecule-Induced Alkane Homolysis with Dioxiranes
  240. Notizen
  241. Substituent effects on the Bergman cyclization of (Z)‐1,5‐hexadiyne‐3‐enes: a systematic computational study
  242. Can Fulvenes Form from Enediynes? A Systematic High-Level Computational Study on Parent and Benzannelated Enediyne and Enyne−Allene Cyclizations
  243. Notizen
  244. Substituent effects on the Bergman cyclization of (Z)‐1,5‐hexadiyne‐3‐enes: a systematic computational study
  245. Notizen
  246. Notizen
  247. Notizen
  248. Notizen
  249. Halogenation of Cubane under Phase-Transfer Conditions:  Single and Double C−H-Bond Substitution with Conservation of the Cage Structure
  250. Carbonyl- and Carboxyl-Substituted Enediynes:  Synthesis, Computations, and Thermal Reactivity
  251. Catalysis of Diels–Alder Reactions in Water and in Hydrogen‐Bonding Environments
  252. Oxidative Single-Electron Transfer Activation of σ-Bonds in Aliphatic Halogenation Reactions
  253. Kinetic Isotope Effects for the C−H Activation Step in Phase-Transfer Halogenations of Alkanes
  254. High Level Quantum-Chemical Computations on the Cyclizations of Enyne Allenes
  255. Is SH4, the simplest 10-S-4 sulfurane, observable?
  256. Merck‐Schuchardt‐Lecture: Barry M. Trost
  257. Allyl Zincation of Vinyl Metals:  A Computational Study
  258. Alles „nano”︁ oder was?
  259. The radical anion of acepentalene
  260. Totalsynthese satt
  261. Unexpected titanium shifts during cyclopropanation of N,N-dibenzylformamide with ligand-exchanged titanium-alkadiene complexes
  262. Geminal Functional Theory
  263. Encyclopedia of Computational Chemistry
  264. Carbenes: A Testing Ground for Electronic Structure Methods
  265. Electrophilic and Oxidative Activation of the Central C−C Bond in [3.3.n]Propellanes:  A Theoretical Study
  266. Conformations of Chiral α,β-Unsaturated Sulfoxides and Their Complexes with Lewis Acids. An ab Initio Study
  267. Rearrangements on the C6H6 Potential Energy Surface and the Topomerization of Benzene
  268. Monocyclic Enediynes:  Relationships between Ring Sizes, Alkyne Carbon Distances, Cyclization Barriers, and Hydrogen Abstraction Reactions. Singlet−Triplet Separations of Methyl-Substituted p-Benzynes
  269. Organische Chemie 1997
  270. Synthesis and Dynamic Properties of Cycloheptatrienyl(dipropyl)borane. Equilibrium with 7-Dipropylborylnorcaradiene
  271. Cyclic enediynes: relationship between ring size, alkyne carbon distance, and cyclization barrier
  272. Sigmatropic migrations in cyclononatetraenyl(dipropyl)borane: a combined experimental and computational study
  273. Are Heterocyclic 2π-Electron Aromatic Systems HC−Ga(H)−CH, M[HGa−C(H)−GaH], [HGa−C(H)−GaH]-, HSi−Ga(H)−SiH, M[HGa−Si(H)−GaH] (M = Li, Na, and K), and [HGa−Si(H)−GaH]- Stable?
  274. Ring Opening of Substituted Cyclopropylidenes to Cyclic Allenes
  275. Metallorganische Chemie für Organiker
  277. Why the Classical and Nonclassical Norbornyl Cations Do Not Resemble the 2-endo- and 2-exo-Norbornyl Solvolysis Transition States1,
  278. The Naphthylcarbene Potential Energy Hypersurface
  279. Molecular structures, vibrational spectra and rotational barriers of C2H6, Si2H6, SiGeH6, and Ge2H6—experiment andtheory in harmony
  280. Cyclogallanes and Metalloaromaticity. Synthesis and Molecular Structure of Dipotassium Tris((2,6-dimesitylphenyl)cyclogallene), K2[(Mes2C6H3)Ga]3 (Mes = 2,4,6-Me3C6H2
  281. Alkyl cation-dihydrogen complexes; Silonium and germonium cations
  282. CH3+ Is the Most Trivial Carbocation, but Are Its Heavier Congeners Just Lookalikes?
  283. Ring Opening of Cyclopropylidene and Internal Rotation of Allene
  284. Homobotcinolide: A Biologically Active Natural Homolog of Botcinolide fromBotrytis cinerea
  285. Are Cyclogallenes [M2(GaH)3] (M = Li, Na, K) Aromatic?
  286. Carbene Rearrangements Unsurpassed:  Details of the C7H6 Potential Energy Surface Revealed
  287. Can AlH5 exist?
  288. Molecular geometries of disilane, silylgermane and digermane. Is there a discrepancy between experiment and theory?
  289. Singlet Methylcarbene: An Elusive Intermediate of the Thermal Decomposition of Diazoethane and Methyldiazirine
  290. Ab initio prediction of the structure, harmonic vibrational frequencies, and dissociation energy of the H2–GeH+3–H2 cluster ion
  291. Energy Difference between the Classical and the Nonclassical 2-Norbornyl Cation in Solution. A Combined ab Initio-Monte Carlo Aqueous Solution Study
  292. Koninginin C: A Biologically Active Natural Product fromTrichoderma koningii
  293. Koninginin E: Isolation of a Biologically Active Natural Product fromTrichoderma koningii
  294. The Electrophilic Reactions of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons: Substitution and Cleavage of Ethane by NO+
  295. The structure and stability of BH5. Does correlation make it a stable molecule? Qualitative changes at high levels of theory
  296. The structures, energies, vibrational, and rotational frequencies, and dissociation energy of GeH+5
  297. Structure, Infrared Spectrum, and Dissociation Energy of SiH7+
  298. Mechanisms of front-side substitutions. The transition states for the SNi decomposition of methyl and ethyl chlorosulfite in the gas phase and in solution
  299. Structure and dissociation energy of the weakly bound complex, hydrogen-methonium ion, CH5+(H2)
  300. Mechanisms of electrophilic substitutions of aliphatic hydrocarbons: methane + nitrosonium cation
  301. CH+5: The never-ending story or the final word?
  302. Reinvestigation of the SNi reaction. The ionization of chlorosulfites