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  1. Antibacterial activities of novel nicotinic acid hydrazides and their conversion into N-acetyl-1,3,4-oxadiazoles
  2. ChemInform Abstract: Serendipitous Discovery of a Cascade Approach to Perhydrodibenzofuranones Related to the Natural Product Incarviditone.
  3. A Star of David catenane
  4. A Detailed Study of the Magnetism of Chiral {Cr 7 M} Rings: An Investigation into Parametrization and Transferability of Parameters
  5. ChemInform Abstract: Solvent Effects in Gold-Catalyzed A3-Coupling Reactions.
  6. Serendipitous Discovery of a Cascade Approach to Perhydrodibenzofuranones Related to the Natural Product Incarviditone
  7. Racemic compound versus conglomerate: concerning the crystal chemistry of the triazoylketone, 1-(4-chlorophenyl)-4,4-dimethyl-2-(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-yl)pentan-3-one
  8. Solvent effects in gold-catalysed A3-coupling reactions
  9. Generation of a high symmetry 2D-polybromide network in the structure of {[(o-SCH3C6H4)3PBr][Br]·0.5(μ-Br2)3}n. The templating effect of the C3 symmetric [(o-SCH3C6H4)3PBr]+ cation
  10. A synthetic approach to novel carvotacetone and antheminone analogues with anti-tumour activity
  11. Innentitelbild: Tetrameric Cyclic Double Helicates as a Scaffold for a Molecular Solomon Link (Angew. Chem. 25/2013)
  12. Inside Cover: Tetrameric Cyclic Double Helicates as a Scaffold for a Molecular Solomon Link (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 25/2013)
  13. Tetrameric Cyclic Double Helicates as a Scaffold for a Molecular Solomon Link
  14. Tetrameric Cyclic Double Helicates as a Scaffold for a Molecular Solomon Link
  15. Facile synthesis of a rare example of an iron(III) iodide complex, [FeI3(AsMe3)2], from the reaction of Me3AsI2 with unactivated iron powder
  16. Molecular amino-phosphonate cobalt–lanthanide clusters
  17. Studies of hybrid organic–inorganic [2] and [3]rotaxanes bound to Au surfaces
  18. The reactions of para-halo diaryl diselenides with halogens. A structural investigation of the CT compound (p-FC6H4)2Se2I2, and the first reported “RSeI3” compound, (p-ClC6H
  19. The synthesis, spectroscopy and X-ray single crystal structure of catena-[(μ-anacardato)-copper(ii)bipyridine][Cu2{(μ-O2CC6H3(o-OH)(o-C15H31)}4(NC5H5)2]
  20. Rings and threads as linkers in metal–organic frameworks and poly-rotaxanes
  21. Crystallising trimesic acid from DMSO solutions – can crystallography teach us anything about the process of crystal nucleation?
  22. Completing the bis[hydroxybis(pyridin-2-yl)methanesulfonato-κ3N,O,N′]MIIseries (M= Mn to Zn) with the copper(II) and cobalt(II) structures
  23. ChemInform Abstract: Pentaguanidinium Monohydrogendiphosphogentamolybdate(VI) 2.5-Hydrate, (CH6N3)5[HP2Mo5O23]·2.5H2O: Hydrogen Bonding and π-Stacking in Guanidinium Cations.
  24. Pentaguanidinium monohydrogendiphosphopentamolybdate(VI) 2.5-hydrate, (CH6N3)5[HP2Mo5O23]·2.5H2O: hydrogen bonding and π-stacking in guanidinium cations
  25. Correction to Chelate Restrained Boron Cations for Intermolecular Electrophilic Arene Borylation
  26. A structural and spectroscopic study of tris-aryl substituted R3PI2 adducts
  27. Pentafluoropropenyl Complexes of Mercury, Germanium, Tin, and Lead Derived from ( Z )-CFH═CFCF 3 and Their Use as Transfer Reagents
  28. Formation of M4Se4 cuboids (M = As, Sb, Bi) via secondary pnictogen–chalcogen interactions in the co-crystals MX3·SeP(p-FC6H4)3 (M = As, X = Br; M = Sb, X = Cl; M = Bi, X = Cl, Br)
  29. Structural isomerism in tris-tolyl halo-phosphonium and halo-arsonium tri-halides, [(CH3C6H4)3EX][X3], (E = P, As; X = Br, I)
  30. Structural isomerism in (p-XC6H4)SeCl3 and (p-XC6H4)SeBr3 (X = F, Cl) compounds. Co-crystallisation of cis- and trans-dimeric forms of (p-ClC6H4)SeCl2(μ-Cl)2(p-ClC6H4)SeCl2. A new structural modification for the “PhSeBr” reagent, Ph2Se2Br2, containing ...
  31. Polymorphs of anhydrous theophylline: stable form IV consists of dimer pairs and metastable form I consists of hydrogen-bonded chains
  32. Chemical Control of Spin Propagation between Heterometallic Rings
  33. Bis(methyltri-o-tolylphosphonium) octaiodide
  34. Chromium chains as polydentate fluoride ligands for lanthanides
  35. First structurally confirmed example of the formation of a gold(iii) carbon bond via transmetallation with a boroxine
  36. Synthesis of gold(i) fluoroalkyl and fluoroalkenyl-substituted phosphine complexes and factors affecting their crystal packing
  37. Atroposelective formation of dibenz[c,e]azepines via intramolecular direct arylation with centre-axis chirality transfer
  38. Binary and Ternary Phase Diagrams as Routes to Salt Discovery: Ephedrine and Pimelic Acid
  39. Synthesis, Structure, and Dynamic Properties of Hybrid Organic−Inorganic Rotaxanes
  40. The synthesis and single-crystal X-ray structures of palladium(II) and platinum(II) complexes of the difluorovinyl and 1-chloro-2-fluorovinyl-substituted phosphines, PPh2(Z-CFCFH) and PPh2(E-CClCFH)
  41. The synthesis of 2-oxyalkyl-cyclohex-2-enones, related to the bioactive natural products COTC and antheminone A, which possess anti-tumour properties
  42. Probing the Structure, Conformation, and Stereochemical Exchange in a Family of Lanthanide Complexes Derived from Tetrapyridyl-Appended Cyclen
  43. ChemInform Abstract: Practical Radical Cyclizations Leading to the Construction of Near-Stereopure Quaternary Carbon Stereogenic Centres.
  44. ChemInform Abstract: Novel Conversion of Perfluoro(2,6-dimethyl-1-azacyclohexene) to 3,3,4,4,5-Pentafluoro-2,6-diphenyl-2,6-bis (trifluoromethyl)-1-azabicyclo[3.1.0]hexane.
  45. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis and Mechanism of Formation of Novel 2,5-Dihydro-2,5-diimino-3,4-di [(N,N-dimethylamino)methylideneamino]pyrroles and 5-Amino-3,4-di[(N,N-dimethylamino)methylideneamino]-2H-2-iminopyrroles.
  46. ChemInform Abstract: ′Hidden′ Axial Chirality as a Stereodirecting Element in Reactions Involving Enol(ate) Intermediates. Part 2. Cyclization Reactions of Methyl (4R)-3-(2-Diazo-3-oxobutanoyl)-1,1-dioxo-1λ6,3- (and 1-oxo-1λ4,3-) thiazolidine-4-carboxylat
  47. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of (Z)-N-(2-Amino-1,2-dicyanovinyl)formamide O-Alkyloximes and a Study of Their Cyclization in the Presence of Base.
  48. ChemInform Abstract: Asymmetric Synthesis of (5S)-4-Deoxy-5-C-(4-nitrophenyl)-L-threo-pentose and (5R)-5-C-(4-nitrophenyl)-L-arabinose.
  49. ChemInform Abstract: Asymmetric Synthesis of (-)-4-epi-Shikimic Acid.
  50. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of 1-(N-Benzyloxyformimidoyl)-2-aryl-4,5-dicyanoimidazoles: A New and Efficient Method from Diaminomaleonitrile Derivatives.
  51. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of Novel 5-Amino-6-ethoxy-2-alkylpyrimidine-4-carbonitriles.
  52. Deposition of Functionalized Cr7Ni Molecular Rings on Graphite from the Liquid Phase
  53. Molecular Magnets: Deposition of Functionalized Cr7Ni Molecular Rings on Graphite from the Liquid Phase (Adv. Funct. Mater. 10/2010)
  54. ChemInform Abstract: Imine Chloroboration: Reaction of Boron Trichloride with a Bulky Diazadiene Gives Not a Diazaborolium Salt, but a 2,4,5 Trichloro-1,3,2-diazaborolidine.
  55. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis of 1-Substituted 5-Aminoimidazole-4-carbaldehydes and 8-Amino-1-(2-fluorobenzyl)imidazo[4′,5′:5,6]pyrido[2,3-d]pyrimidine.
  56. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis and Structure of 2-Aryl-5,5-disubstituted-1,3-dioxanes and Conversion into Chiral (1,1,1-Trishydroxymethyl) Methane Derivatives.
  57. The reactions of SbX3 (X=Cl, Br, I) with N-methylbenzothiazole-2-thione (mbtt) and N-methylbenzothiazole-2-selone (mbts). Formation of the mixed mer/fac-complex [mer-SbBr3(mbts)2(μ-mbts)fac-SbBr3(mbts)2]·CH2Cl2
  58. Chelate Restrained Boron Cations for Intermolecular Electrophilic Arene Borylation
  59. Isolation of 1,4-Li2-C6H4 and its reaction with [(Ph3P)AuCl]
  60. Can the solid state structures of the dihalogen adducts R3EX2(E = P, As; R = alkyl, aryl; X = Br, I) with the molecular spoke geometry be considered good mimics of the gold(i) systems [(R3E)AuX] (E = As, P; R = alkyl, a...
  61. Structural relationships between o-, m- and p-tolyl substituted R3EI2 (E = As, P) and [(R3E)AuX] (E = As, P; X = Cl, Br, I)
  62. Synthesis and Structural, Magnetic and EPR Characterization of Discrete Finite Antiferromagnetic Chains
  63. Proton NMR Study of Cr−Co Heterometallic Wheel Complexes
  64. Scalable Synthesis of l -Iduronic Acid Derivatives via Stereocontrolled Cyanohydrin Reaction for Synthesis of Heparin-Related Disaccharides
  65. A prototype environmental gas cell forin situsmall-molecule X-ray diffraction
  66. Hybrid organic–inorganic rotaxanes and molecular shuttles
  67. A New, FlexibleN,N,N-Tripodal Facially Capping Ligand System: Synthesis and Structural Characterization of β-Triketimines and Their M(CO)3Complexes (M = Cr, Mo, W)
  68. Engineering the coupling between molecular spin qubits by coordination chemistry
  69. Designing Acid Acid Co-Crystals−The Use of Hammett Substitution Constants
  70. The utility of a ternary phase diagram in the discovery of new co-crystal forms
  71. High performance, acene-based organic thin film transistors
  72. Heterometallic Rings Made From Chromium Stick Together Easily
  73. Heterometallic Rings Made From Chromium Stick Together Easily
  74. The Reaction of N , N′ -Di- tert -butylthiourea (dtbtu) with Antimony(III) Halides - Formation of the Triply Bridged [(dtbtu)SbX 2 (μ-X) 2 (μ-dtbtu)SbX 2 (dtbtu)] (X = Cl, Br) Dimers
  75. Rapid stereoselective access to the tetracyclic core of puupehenone and related sponge metabolites using metal-free radical cyclisations of cyclohexenyl-substituted 3-bromochroman-4-ones
  76. New macrocyclic Schiff-base complexes incorporating a phenanthroline unit. Part 2: Template synthesis of some manganese(II) complexes and crystal structure studies
  77. Macrocyclic sulfamides: synthesis, hybridization, and metal binding properties
  78. The Synthesis and Structural Characterisation of a Series of Hydrophobic Piperidones and Bispidones
  79. The synthesis, reactivity and modelling studies of [RuCl(CO)(η2-C,O-C6H4-2-CHO)(PPh3)2]: Crystal and molecular structures of [RuCl(CO)(η2-C,O-C6H4-2-CHO)(PPh3)2]·3.5CHCl3 and [Ru(NCtBu)(CO)(η2-C,O-C6H4-2-CHO)(PPh3)2][BF4]·2CHCl3
  80. Octa-, Deca-, Trideca-, and Tetradecanuclear Heterometallic Cyclic Chromium–Copper Cages
  81. Octa-, Deca-, Trideca-, and Tetradecanuclear Heterometallic Cyclic Chromium–Copper Cages
  82. Chemistry and supramolecular chemistry of chromium horseshoes
  83. Light group 13 chloride diazadiene complexes: consequences of varying substituent bulk
  84. The reactions of alkylamino substituted phosphines with I2 and (Ph2Se2I2)2: structural features of alkylamino phosphonium cations
  85. Synthesis of new polymetallic iron(iii) clusters containing polycarboxylate ligands based on cavity-blocked cyclen
  86. The coordination chemistry of perfluorovinyl substituted phosphine ligands, a crystallographic and spectroscopic study. Co-crystallisation of both cis- and trans-isomers of [PtCl2{PiPr2(CFCF2)}2] ...
  87. A New Family of High Mobility, Solution-processable Polyacenes
  88. Dichloridobis(triphenylphosphine oxide)cobalt(II) methanol 0.125-solvate, a lamellar structure
  89. The reaction of (p-FC6H4)3PE (E=Se, S) with diiodine: The single crystal X-ray structures of (p-FC6H4)3PSe, (p-FC6H4)3PS, (p-FC6H4)3PSeI2, and (p-FC6H4)3PSI2
  90. N-Propylurea: the missing link
  91. Pentamethylcyclopentadienyl rhodium(III) trifluorovinyl phosphine complexes and attempted intramolecular dehydrofluorinative coupling of pentamethylcyclopentadienyl and trifluorovinyl phosphine ligands
  92. Raman Spectrum of [Ru(CNBu t )(CO)(η 2 -C 6 H 4 -2-CHO)(PPh 3 ) 2 ][BF 4 ]·2CDCl 3 Shows That the Crystallographically Determined Bifurcated Hydrogen-Bonding Interaction Cl 3 CD···F 2 BF 2 - Is an Example of a Blue-Shifting Hydrogen Bond
  93. [N-(2-Aminoethyl)-N-(2-{(E)-[9-(diethoxymethyl)-1,10-phenanthrolin-2-yl]methylideneamino}ethyl)ethane-1,2-diamine]copper(II) bis(perchlorate)
  94. New macrocyclic Schiff base complexes incorporating a phenanthroline unit: Part 1; Template synthesis of three cadmium(II) complexes and crystal structure, NMR and ab initio studies
  95. Asymmetric fluoro-organomercurials. Part 2. The synthesis and characterisation of the fluorovinyl-mercurials RHgCXCF2 (R=Ph, Fc; X=F, Cl): The single crystal X-ray structures of PhHgCFCF2, FcHgCFCF2 and FcHgCClCF2
  96. Hemilabile orthometallated acetals: Synthesis, spectroscopic characterization and crystal and molecular structures of [RuCl{η2-C,O-C6H4-2-CH(O2C2H4)}(CO)(PPh3)2] and [HgBr{η2-C,O-C6H4-2-CH(O2C2H4)}]
  97. Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel Germanate Material Containing 16-Ring Channels and Templated by a Simple Primary Amine.
  98. A comparison of the solid-state structures of a series of phenylseleno-halogen and pseudohalogen compounds, PhSeX (X=Cl, CN, SCN)
  99. (4-Methoxyphenyl)diphenylphosphine
  100. Homopolymeric pyrrolidine-amide oligonucleotide mimics: Fmoc-synthesis and DNA/RNA binding properties
  101. Preference for a C3 conformation in tris-dimethylaminophosphonium cations: A comparison of the reactions of (Me2N)3P with I–X (X = Cl, Br, I, CN)
  102. Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel Germanate Material Containing 16-Ring Channels and Templated by a Simple Primary Amine
  103. [NEt4][AuCl2][AuCl3]: Solid-State Evidence of Essentially Y-Shaped Jahn–Teller-Distorted AuCl3
  104. [NEt4][AuCl2][AuCl3]: Solid-State Evidence of Essentially Y-Shaped Jahn–Teller-Distorted AuCl3
  105. Solvent-free synthesis and crystal structure of (Ph3PI)I5, the third member in the series Ph3P(I2)n(n= 1, 2 and 3)
  106. Effects ofd-orbital occupancy on the geometry of the trigonal–bipyramidal complexes [MIICl3(Hdabco)(dabco)]n, whereMis Mn, Co, Ni or Cu and dabco is 1,4-diazabicyclo[2.2.2]octane
  107. [NEt4][AuCl2][AuCl3]: Solid-State Evidence of Essentially Y-Shaped Jahn–Teller-Distorted AuCl3
  108. [NEt4][AuCl2][AuCl3]: Solid-State Evidence of Essentially Y-Shaped Jahn–Teller-Distorted AuCl3
  109. Chloro(diethylenetriamine)copper(II) chloride: a disordered quasi-one-dimensional structure
  110. An orthorhombic polymorph of dichlorotris(pentafluorophenyl)phosphorane
  111. Bis[2-(2-methylphenylimino)phenyl]mercury(II)
  112. Bis[2-(2-isopropylphenylimino)phenyl]mercury(II)
  113. Cobalt(II) frameworks of 3,3‘-bipyridyl-5,5‘-dicarboxylate (bpdc2-). X-Ray crystal structures of [Co(bpdc)(H2O)2]n and {[Co(bpdc)(H2O)4].2H2O}n
  114. Formation of a Dicyanotriorganophosphorane from the Reaction of Triphenylphosphane with Phenylselenocyanate
  115. Formation of a Dicyanotriorganophosphorane from the Reaction of Triphenylphosphane with Phenylselenocyanate
  116. Reactions of Ph4Se4Br4 with tertiary phosphines. Structural isomerism within a series of R3PSe(Ph)Br compounds
  117. The reaction of tertiary phosphines with (Ph2Se2I2)2—the influence of steric and electronic effects
  118. Structures of Na9[SO4]4X·2H2O2, whereX= Cl or Br, in which the halide anions orchestrate extended orientation sequences of H2O2solvate molecules
  119. Asymmetric Fluoro-alkynyl Mercurials:  The Synthesis and Solid State Structures of RHgC⋮CCF 3 (R = Ph, Fc)
  120. The synthesis and crystallographic characterisation of the complexes [RuX(CO)(η2-C,N-C6H5C(H)NC6H4-4Me)(PPh3)2]·CHCl3 (X=Cl, Br, I, F): Evidence for competing Ru–X⋯Cl–CHCl2 and Ru–X⋯HCCl3 interactions in the solid state
  121. Fine-tuning of biaryl dihedral angles: structural characterization of five homologous three-atom bridged biphenyls by X-ray crystallography
  122. Platinum(II) halide complexes of PPh2(CFCF2) and PPh2(CClCF2). The synthesis and crystal structure of [PtI(μ-I){PPh2(CXCF2)}]2, (X=F, Cl); the first crystallographically characterised iodide-bridged platinum(II) phosphine dimers
  123. C2- and Cs-symmetric diamidodichlorotitanium complexes: Syntheses, structures and 1-hexene polymerization catalysis
  124. Studies related to carba-pyranoses: synthesis of acetylated derivatives of 4-amino-2,4-dideoxy-3-O-(β-d-glucopyranosyl)-β-l-(and β-d-) altrocarba-pyranose from ad-glucose template
  125. Conformational and spacial preferences for substrates of PepT1
  126. A comparison of the solid state structures of the selenium(iv) compounds PhSeX3(X = Cl, Br)
  127. Preparation of Monometallic Complexes of Non-Macrocyclic Ligands
  128. (RS)-Benzyl mandelate
  129. Synthesis of 1-Substituted 5-Aminoimidazole-4-carbaldehydes and 8-Amino-1-(2-fluorobenzyl)imidazo[4’,5’:5,6]pyrido[2,3- d ]pyrimidine
  130. Definitive proof of a Ru–Cl⋯ClCHCl interaction in the solid state: crystal and molecular structure of [RuCl(CO)(η2-C,N-C6H4CHNC6H4-4-Me)(PPh3)2]·CHCl3
  131. Antimelanomal activity of the copper(II) complexes of 1-substituted 5-amino-imidazole ligands against B16F10 mouse melanoma cells
  132. Thecis-Specific Pictet−Spengler Reaction
  133. Synthesis, Structure, and Solution Behavior of 1-Chloro-2,2-difluorovinyl Titanocene Derivatives:  The First X-ray Study of a Titanium Fluorovinyl Compound and Spectroscopic Elucidation of the [Cp 2 TiMe(η 2 -CF 2 CClH)] Complex
  134. Total Synthesis of (-)-Raumacline.
  135. (2S)-[(2S)-2-Hydroxy-2-phenylethanoyloxy]phenylacetic acid
  136. The synthesis and chemistry of fluorovinyl-containing phosphines and the single crystal X-ray structure of SPPri2(CFCF2)
  137. Mechanistic studies on the formal aza-Diels–Alder reactions of N-aryl imines: evidence for the non-concertedness under Lewis-acid catalysed conditions
  138. Preparation and Functionalization of a Range of Main-Group Trifluoropropynyl Organometallic Compounds:  The Application of Metalloid-Directed Carbolithiation to the Selective Synthesis of Novel Fluorocarbon Fragments
  139. Sodium percarbonate between 293 and 100 K
  140. Ringing the Changes: A Remarkable Carbene-Free Synthesis of Difluorocyclopropenes.
  141. Structures and Reactions of 1,3-Diamidodilithium Complexes: the Hemisolvatedl-[CMe2{CHMeN(R)}2Li2·OEt2], the Unsolvated 1:1 Mixed Organo-amidolithiumu-[CMe2{CHMeN(R′)}2·Li2·(nBuLi)2], and the Product of Oxidative Ring Closure, the Pyrazolidinel-[(RNCHM...
  142. Cover Picture: Structures and Reactions of 1,3-Diamidodilithium Complexes: the Hemisolvatedl-[CMe2{CHMeN(R)}2Li2·OEt2], the Unsolvated 1:1 Mixed Organo-amidolithiumu-[CMe2{CHMeN(R′)}2·Li2·(nBuLi)2], and the Product of Oxidative Ring Closure, the Pyrazo...
  143. Tricarbonyl(η6-chlorobenzene)chromium
  144. Complementary kinetic and thermodynamic resolution of a chiral biaryl axis
  145. Palladium co-ordination chemistry of β-diimines: a preparative and structural comparison with α-diimines
  146. Ringing the Changes: A Remarkable Carbene-Free Synthesis of Difluorocyclopropenes
  147. Synthesis of [RuX(CO){η2-C,N-C6H4C(H)=NC6H4-4-NO2}(PPh3)2] (X = F, Cl, Br, I): Evidence of Non-Conventional Ru−X Hydrogen Bonds Leading to Octahedral Coordination at the Halide Atom
  148. Tripotassium tris(oxalato-κ2O,O′)aluminate bis(hydrogen peroxide) hydrate, the first example of a cyclic hydrogen-bonded H2O2dimer
  149. N-Fluoropyridinium trifluoromethanesulfonate and 1-fluoro-2,4,6-trimethoxy-1,3,5-triazinium hexafluoroantimonate: the first experimental determination of the F—N+bond length involvingsp2nitrogen
  150. A Whole Output Strategy for Polymorph Screening: Combining Crystal Structure Prediction, Graph Set Analysis, and Targeted Crystallization Experiments in the Case of Diflunisal
  151. Structures and reactions of monomeric and dimeric lithium diazapentadienyl complexes with electrophiles: synthesis of α-C,C′-dialkyl-β-diimines, and dissolution-reversible synthesis of an α-alkoxylithium-β-diimine
  152. Reversible C–C bond formation: solid state structure of the aldol-like addition product of adamantanone to a 1,5-diazapentadienyllithium, and its solution state retro-aldol dissociationElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: preparative a...
  153. Synthesis, Stereostructure, and Conformations of Novel Bi- and Trifunctional (+)-Isomenthone Derivatives
  154. Evidence of a Photo-Radical Pathway Responsible of the Rearrangement of a Manganese(III)-Schiff Base Complex in Solution
  155. Synthesis of N-Alkoxybenzimidazoles and N-Alkoxypyrimidazoles.
  156. Total synthesis of (−)-raumacline
  157. Synthesis, structures and speciation studies of ruthenium(iii) hydroxamate/hydroximato complexes. Crystal and molecular structure of hydrated [Ru(H2edta)(2-methoxyphenylhydroxamate)], the first structurally characterised ruthenium...
  158. Borane and alane reductions of bulky N,N′-diaryl-1,3-diimines: structural characterization of products and intermediates in the diastereoselective synthesis of 1,3-diamines
  159. Mild depolymerization of silicone grease using aluminum(III)chloride: high-yield synthesis and crystal structure of [{ClSiMe2OAlCl2}2], and its controlled hydrolysis on aluminum surfaces
  160. The Crystallization of Glycine Polymorphs from Emulsions, Microemulsions, and Lamellar Phases
  161. Synthesis of N-alkoxybenzimidazoles and N-alkoxypyrimidazoles
  162. Spectroscopic and Structural Assignment of the Absolute Stereochemistry in a Series of 1,2-Difluorovinyl Organometalloids. The First Crystallographic Characterization and Structural Series of Group 14 Fluorovinyl Compounds
  163. The structure, modelling and dynamics of 2,7-diisopropoxy-1,8-diarylnaphthalenes
  164. Development of chloropyromorphite coatings for lead water pipes
  165. The Synthesis and Characterization of Compounds of the Type Hg{1-C 6 H 4 -2-C(H)NC 6 H 5 - n R n } 2
  166. Synthesis and Characterization of Cycloruthenated 2-(Phenylimino)phenyls:  A Useful Probe for the Elucidation of the Tautomeric Process in 2-Hydroxyphenyl-Schiff Bases
  167. Synthesis and structure of 2-aryl-5,5-disubstituted-1,3-dioxanes and conversion into chiral (1,1,1-trishydroxymethyl) methane derivatives
  168. A novel scandium ortho-methoxynitrosobenzene-dimer complex: mechanistic implications for the nitroso-Diels–Alder reaction
  169. A stereocontrolled cycloaddition route to β-d-glucopyranosyl (1→4)-linked glycals
  170. Synthesis of (4R*,5S*)-5-acetylamino-4-diethylcarbamoyl-5,6-dihydro-4H-pyran-2-carboxylic acid and its inhibitory action against influenza virus sialidases
  171. The structure of N-methylbenzothiazole-2-selone dichloride: a novel ‘zipper’ arrangement of T-shaped molecules linked via intermolecular Cl–Cl contacts
  172. Synthesis of (3R*,4R*)-4-acetylamino-3-(pent-3-oxy)cyclohex-1-ene-1-carboxylic acid and its (3S*,4R*)-isomer and their inhibitory action against influenza virus sialidases
  173. The synthesis and structural characterisation of some azo-containing phosphine chalcogenides and comparison to non-phosphorus-containing analogues
  174. Facile synthesis of 6-cyano-9-substituted-9H-purines and their ring expansion to 8-(arylamino)-4-imino-3-methylpyrimidino[5,4-d]pyrimidines
  175. 1,2-Bis(N-fluoro-p-toluenesulfonamido)ethane chloroform solvate
  176. catena-Poly[dibromozinc(II)-μ-ethylenediamine-N:N′]: resolution of structural anomalies resulting from the interpretation of vibrational spectra
  177. ChemInform Abstract: Cytotoxic Michael-Type Amine Adducts of α-Methylene Lactones Alantolactone and Isoalantolactone.
  178. Synthesis and characterisation of mercaptoimidazole, mercaptopyrimidine and mercaptopyridine complexes of platinum(II) and platinum(III). The crystal and molecular structures of tetra(2-mercaptobenzimidazole)- and tetra(2-mercaptoimidazole)platinum(II)...
  179. Cytotoxic michael-type amine adducts of α-methylene lactones alantolactone and isoalantolactone
  180. Crystal engineering of microporous ‘Chinese-lantern’ compounds to improve their ability to reversibly adsorb sulfur dioxide
  181. Synthesis of novel 5-amino-6-ethoxy-2-alkylpyrimidine-4-carbonitriles
  182. Structural isomerism in R3PSe(Ph)I compounds: the ionic structure of [(Me2N)3PSePh]I
  183. Imine chloroboration: reaction of boron trichloride with a bulky diazadiene gives not a diazaborolium salt, but a 2,4,5-trichloro-1,3,2-diazaborolidine
  184. Can crystal structure prediction be used as part of an integrated strategy for ensuring maximum diversity of isolated crystal forms? The case of 2-amino-4-nitrophenol
  185. The structure, modelling and dynamics of hindered 5,6-diarylacenaphthenes
  186. Synthesis and Crystal Structure Determination of Some Asymmetrical and Symmetrical CR-Type Macrocyclic Schiff Base Complexes, with a Single Pendant Coordinating 2-Aminoethyl Arm
  187. CFC replacement HCFC-133a (CF3CH2Cl) as a convenient precursor for the synthesis of chlorodifluorovinyl-metal derivatives of main group and transition metal elements: the first X-ray structural characterisation of chlorodifluorovinyl-containing organom...
  188. ChemInform Abstract: Regio- and Stereoselective Bromo(alkoxylation)s of (E)-α- (2,3,4,6-Tetra-O-acetyl-β-D-glucopyranosyloxymethylene) Carbonyl Compounds. A Route to Near-Stereopure α-Bromo α-Dioxymethyl Carbonyl Compounds.
  189. A facile, strain-induced 1,2-aryl migration in 5,6-diarylacenaphthenes
  190. Cadmium(II) complexes of fully condensed Schiff-base ligands derived from two different symmetrical and asymmetrical tripodal tetraamines and 2-acetylpyridine; the novel observations for heptadentate mono-capped trigonal antiprismatic Schiff-base compl...
  191. Crystal Structure of the Molecular Addition Compound Diphenylchloroborane·Tetrahydrofuran
  192. Synthesis and Characterization of Ph4Te4I4, Containing a Te4 Square, and Ph3PTe(Ph)I
  193. Synthesis and Characterization of Ph4Te4I4, Containing a Te4 Square, and Ph3PTe(Ph)I
  194. Asymmetric synthesis of (−)-4-epi-shikimic acid
  195. Disorder and twinning in molecular crystals: impurity‐induced effects in adipic acid
  196. (Triphenylarsine)iodinemonobromine: a charge-transfer adduct in which arsenic selectively bonds to iodine
  197. Mercury(II) and gold(III) derivatives of 2-phenyl pyridines and 2-phenyl-4-(methylcarboxylato)quinoline
  198. The reaction of tertiary aryl phosphites with diiodine at ambient temperatures; structural characterisation of the tertiary phosphite tetraiodides (PhO)3PI4, (4-MeC6H4O)3PI4 and (2,4-But2C6H3O)3PI4
  199. Gold complexes derived from diphenyl-2-styrylphosphine †
  200. Regio- and stereo-selective bromo(alkoxylation)s of (E )-α-(2,3,4,6-tetra-O-acetyl-β-D-glucopyranosyloxymethylene) carbonyl compounds. A route to near-stereopure α-bromo α-dioxymethyl carbonyl compounds †
  201. Calixarene-facilitated transfer of alkali metal ions across the polarised liquid–liquid interface
  202. Further structural motifs from the reactions of thioamides with diiodine and the interhalogens iodine monobromide and iodine monochloride: an FT-Raman and crystallographic study †
  203. Synthesis of 1-(N-Benzyloxyformimidoyl)-2-aryl-4,5-dicyanoimidazoles: A New and Efficient Method from Diaminomaleonitrile Derivatives
  204. Hydroxynaphthoquinone Metal Complexes as Antitumor Agents X: Synthesis, Structure, Spectroscopy and In Vitro Antitumor Activity of 3-Methyl-Phenylazo Lawsone Derivatives and Their Metal Complexes Against Human Breast Cancer Cell Line MCF-7
  205. Asymmetric synthesis of (5S)-4-deoxy-5-C-(4-nitrophenyl)-l-threo-pentose and (5R)-5-C-(4-nitrophenyl)-l-arabinose
  206. A Polymeric silver(I) thiolate with diverse co-ordination numbers: [{AgSCH2CH2NMe2}5·0.5H2O]n
  207. The reaction of triorganophosphorus diiodides, R3PI2, with zinc metal powder; dependency of product on R; the X-ray crystal structures of dimeric {ZnI2[P(NMe2)3]}2 and monomeric ZnI2(PPh2Me)2
  208. Mechanistic Insights into the Inhibition of Serine Proteases by Monocyclic Lactams † , ‡
  209. The reaction of N-methylbenzothiazole-2-selone with the interhalogens iodine monobromide and iodine monochloride
  210. Synthesis of (Z )-N-(2-amino-1,2-dicyanovinyl)formamide O-alkyloximes and a study of their cyclization in the presence of base
  211. Further attempts to rationalise the co-ordination chemistry of manganese with Schiff base ligands and supplementary carboxylate donors
  212. The reaction of some tertiary phosphines with two mole equivalents of diiodine to produce the iodophosphonium triiodides [R3PI]I3; influence of R in causing subtle variations in solid state structures
  213. Azo-containing tertiary phosphines: synthesis, reactivity and structural characterisation
  214. New supramolecular packing motifs: π-stacked rods encased in triply-helical hydrogen bonded amide strands
  215. Reaction of GeCl4 with some phosphorus and arsenic donor ligands; crystal structures of the germanium(II) complex [Bun3PCl][GeCl3] and the germanium(IV) complex GeCl4(AsMe3)2, the first reported example of a tertiary arsine complex of GeIV
  216. Novel conversion of perfluoro(2,6-dimethyl-1-azacyclohexene) to 3,3,4,4,5-pentafluoro-2,6-diphenyl-2,6-bis(trifluoromethyl)- 1-azabicyclo[3.1.0]hexane
  217. Synthesis and co-ordination chemistry of perfluorovinyl phosphine derivatives. Single crystal structures of PPh(CFCF2)2, cis-[PtCl2{PPh2(CFCF2)}2] and [{AuCl[PPh2(CFCF2)]}2]
  218. Electrochemical synthesis and structural characterisation of transition metal complexes with 2,6-bis(1-salicyloylhydrazonoethyl)pyridine, H4daps
  219. ‘Hidden’ axial chirality as a stereodirecting element in reactions involving enol(ate) intermediates. Part 2.† Cyclisation reactions of methyl (4R)-3-(2-diazo-3-oxobutanoyl)-1,1-dioxo-1λ6,3- (and 1-oxo-1λ4,3-) thiazolidine-4-carboxylates
  220. The structural characterisation of Ph3PSe(Ph)I. The first charge transfer (CT) complex of a tertiary phosphine containing a pseudohalogen
  221. Reaction of dimethylselenourea and selenourea with dibromine to produce selenourea–dibromine, the ‘T’-shaped 1:1 molecular adduct N,N-dimethyl-2-selenourea–dibromine, its solvent of crystallisation-containing analogue and the unusual ionic compound 5[(...
  222. The reaction of the tertiary phosphine sulfides R3PS (R = Ph, Me2N or C6H11) with X2 (X2 = I2, Br2, IBr or ICl); structural characterisation of the CT complexes (Me2N)3PSI2 and Ph3PS(I0.89Br0.11)Br and the ionic compound [{(Me2N)3PS}2S]2+ 2[Br3]−
  223. Tautomerisation in 1-(4-Methylphenylazo)naphthalen-2-ol and 2-(4-Methylphenylazo)-4-methylphenol: A Crystallographic and 13C{1H}NMR Study
  224. The reaction of N-methylbenzothiazole-2-selone and 1,1-dimethylselenourea with sulfuryl chloride and dichlorine †
  225. Synthesis and mechanism of formation of novel 2,5-dihydro-2,5-diimino-3,4-di[(N,N-dimethylamino)methylideneamino]pyrroles and 5-amino-3,4-di[(N,N-dimethylamino)methylideneamino]-2H-2-iminopyrroles
  226. The reaction of cobalt powder with tetraiodo {1,2-bis(dibenzylphosphino)ethane} to form 1,2-bis (dibenzylphosphino)ethane cobalt diiodide, Co(dBzP2)I2; and the X-ray crystal structure of the diphosphinodioxide complex, Co{dBzP2(O)2}I2
  227. Azo-phosphine containing complexes of Group 6 metal carbonyls: crystal and molecular structure of [Mo(CO)5{1-(4-ethylphenylazo)-6-diphenylphosphino-naphthalen-2-ol}]
  228. First synthesis and structural characterisation of a tertiary phosphine containing an azo linkage
  229. A convenient synthesis of the paclitaxel side-chain via a diastereoselective Staudinger reaction
  230. Reaction of tertiary phosphine selenides, R3PSe (R = Me2N, Et2N or C6H11), with dibromine. The first reported examples of 1∶1 addition
  231. The synthesis and characterisation of R3PXCN [R = 2,4,6-(CH3O)3C6H2, 2,6-(CH3O)2C6H3, NCCH2CH2, C6H11 or PhCH2; X = Br or I] in the solid state and in solution
  232. Single and double quantum transitions in the multi-frequency continuous wave electron paramagnetic resonance (cwEPR) of three six co-ordinate nickel(II) complexes: [Ni(EtL)2(Me5dien)] and [Ni(5-methylpyrazole)6]X2, X=(ClO4)- or (BF4)-. The single cryst...
  233. Practical radical cyclisations leading to the construction of near-stereopure quaternary carbon stereogenic centres
  234. The structure of R3PBr2 compounds in the solid state and in solution; geometrical dependence on R, the crystal structures of tetrahedral ionic Et3PBr2 and molecular trigonal bipyramidal (C6F5)3PBr2
  235. Synthesis of 6-cyanopurines and the isolation and X-ray structure of novel 2H-pyrroles
  236. Five-Coordinate Sulfur in a Polymeric Copper(I) Thiolate Complex
  237. Crystallographic characterisation of dihalogenodimethylselenium compounds, Me2SeX2 (X = Cl, Br or I) and the dependence of their structures on the nature of the halogen
  238. Structure of R3PCl2 compounds in the solid state and in solution: dependency of structure on R. Crystal structures of trigonal bipyramidal (C6F5)3PCl2, Ph2(C6F5)PCl2 and of ionic Prn3PCl2
  239. Effects of lanthanide complexes on the facial reactivity of 2-(2′,3′,4′,6′-tetra-O-acetyl-β-D-glucopyranosyloxy)benzaldehyde in hetero-Diels–Alder reactions and a model to account for such effects
  240. Structural studies of lithiated enaminones: the 1-oxa-5-azapentadienyllithium fluxional heterocubane [(PriNCMeCHCMeOLi)4] and its dimeric hexamethylphosphoric triamide complex [{PriNCMeCHCMeOLi·OP(NMe2)3}2]
  241. Asymmetric aromatic vicarious nucleophilic substitution of hydrogen
  242. Stereoselective epoxidations of vinylogous esters/carbonates directed by the 2,3,4,6-tetra-O-acetyl-β-D-glucopyranosyl auxiliary: a route to near stereopure tertiary alcohols bearing functional arms
  243. Reaction of indium metal with R3PI2 (R = Ph, Pri, Prn); structural characterisation of the novel ‘subvalent’ indium(ii) complex In2I4(PPrn3)2 which contains an In–In bond, the four- and five-coordinate indium(iii) complex InI3(PPh3)2·InI3(PPh 3), and t...
  244. Structural characterisation of the diorganoselenium interhalogen compounds R2SeIBr (R = Ph or Me) and the ionic compound [Me3Se][IBr2]
  245. Structurally diverse manganese(III) complexes of tetradentate N2O2 Schiff-base ligands with ancillary carboxylate donors
  246. Reaction of R3PSe with I2; crystal structures of Ph3PSeI2, (Me2N)3PSeI2 and (Et2N)3PSeI2, the first crystallographically characterised charge-transfer complexes of tertiary phosphine selenides with diiodine
  247. A polymeric cationic copper(I) complex involving a quadruply bridging, zwitterionic thiolate ligand: {[Cu8Cl6(SCH2CH2NH3)6]Cl2}n
  248. The Oxidation of Gold Powder by Me3El2(E P, As) under Ambient Conditions; Structures of[AuI3(PMe3)2],[AuI3(AsMe3)], and[(Me3PO)2H][AuI2]
  249. Die Oxidation von Goldpulver durch Me3EI2 (E = P, As) unter einfachen Bedingungen: Synthesen und Strukturen von [AuI3(PMe3)2], [AuI3(AsMe3)] und [(Me3PO)2H][AuI2]
  250. Electrochemical synthesis of manganese(II) and (III) complexes derived from alicylaldehyde and 2-(2-aminoethyl)pyridine
  251. The use of electrochemical methods in the preparation of new manganese(II) complexes of bidentate schiff base ligands and 1,10-phenanthroline: The X-ray crystal structure of 1,10-phenanthroline bis∗N-[2-(4-methyl)phenyl]-salicylideneiminato∗ manganese(II)
  252. Reaction of R3AsI2(R = Me or Et) with zinc metal powder to produce ZnI2(AsMe3)2 and [ZnI2(AsEt3)]2, the first tertiary arsine complexes of zinc(II)
  253. Synthesis, characterisation and substitution reactions of gold(III) C,N-chelates
  254. The reaction of gallium metal with (p-MeOC6H4)3AsI2and Et3AsI2; isolation of a novel gallium(II) arsine complex with a gallium–gallium bond and the X-ray crystal structures of...
  255. Facile one-step synthesis of the cobalt(III) and nickel(III) tertiary arsine complexes [MI3(AsMe3)2](M = Co or Ni) directly from the powdered elemental metals
  256. An X-ray crystallorgraphic study of the reagent Ph3PCl2; not charge-transfer, R3P–Cl–Cl, trigonal bipyramidal or [R3PCl]Cl but an unusual dinuclear ionic species, [Ph3PCl+⋯Cl–...
  257. Electronic and steric effects in manganese Schiff-base complexes as models for the water oxidation complex in photosystem II. The isolation of manganese-(II) and -(III) complexes of 3- and 3,5-substituted N,N′-bis(salicylidene)eth...
  258. Remote functionalization of (–)-menthol—synthesis of 4a,5,6,7,8,8a-hexahydro-4H-benzo[1,3]oxazine derivatives with the SelectfluorTMreagent F–TEDA–BF4
  259. Chemical and Biological Studies of Dichloro(2-((dimethylamino)methyl)phenyl)gold(III)
  260. Facile Synthesis and Solid-State Structure of a Benzylic Amide[2]Catenane
  261. Einfache Synthese eines Benzylamid-[2]Catenans und seine Festkörperstruktur
  262. The reaction of the P2N2 Schiff base ligand en=P2 with MI2 salts and the reaction of the tetraiodine adduct of en=P2 with unactivated coarse grain metal powders: a comparative study (en=P2=N,N′-bis[(o-diphenylphosphino)benzylidene]ethylene-diamine; M=M...
  263. Synthesis and structural characterisation of R3AsX2 compounds (R = Me, Ph, p-FC6H4 or p-MeOC6H4; X2= Br2, I2 or IBr); dependency of structure on R, X and the solvent of preparation
  264. Synthesis and reactivity towards dioxygen of some manganese(II) complexes of tertiary amines. Crystal structures of [{MnI2(NEt3)}2], [{MnI2(NPr3 n)}2] and [NHMe3][MnI3(NMe3)]
  265. Synthesis and X-ray crystal structure of (1S,3R,4S,1′S)-4-methyl-3-triphenyl-pnosphonium-1-[1′-methyl(methyiphenyl)]-2-hydrido-2-borazetidinium bromide—the first example of a four-membered C–B–N–C heterocycle
  266. Reactivity of cobalt(II) complexes [CO(OEPh3)2X2](E = P or as; X = Cl, Br, I or NCS) with SO2 under aerobic and anaerobic conditions. Crystal structure of cocrystallised [Co(OPMe3)3(OH2)2]I2 and [Co(OPMe3)3(OH2)3]I2
  267. The isolation from diethyl ether of ionic [(Me2N)3PI]I and [(CH2CHCH2)2PhPI]I, and the crystallographically characterised molecular ‘spoke’ structure PhMe2PI2
  268. Synthesis of cadmium(II) complexes of 2-(2-mercaptophenyl)-imino-phenols by the electrochemical cleavage of a disulphide bond: the crystal structure of {(1,10-phenanthroline) [2-(2-mercaptophenyl)iminophenoxy]}cadmium(II)
  269. Structrually diverse managanese(III) carboxylate complexes of N2O2 donor set symmetrical Schiff base ligands
  270. A mechanism for the rearrangement of unsymmetrical tetradentate (N2O2) ligands bound to manganese(III): the isolation and crystal structure of a manganese(III) complex containing a ten-membered cis-chelated ring
  271. Synthesis of 9-aryl-6-carbamoyl-1,2-dihydropurines and a study of their tautomerism
  272. Crystallographic characterisation of a possible model for photosystem II
  273. Reactions of dihalogenotriorgano-phosphorus, -arsenic and -antimony compounds with [Fe2(CO)9]. Single-crystal structures of the iron(III) complexes [(Ph3PO)2H][FeBr4] and [Ph4Sb][Fel4]·Ph3Sbl2and of [Fe(CO)3(Ph3P)2]
  274. Extreme symbiosis: the facile one-step synthesis of the paramagnetic cobalt(III) complex of triphenylantimony, Col3(SbPh3)2, from the reaction of triphenylantimonydiiodine with unactivated coarse grain cobalt metal powder
  275. Reaction of Me2SBr2 and Prn 3PI2 with tin metal powder; a novel route to metal thioether complexes and the first tin(IV) phosphine complex containing iodide ligands
  276. 4,6-Dimethylpyrimidine-2-thionato (dmpymt–) complexes of nickel(II) and cadmium(II). Crystal structure of [Cd(dmpymt)2]: a compound with a calixarene-like structure
  277. Unusual host–guest π-arene ⋯ H bonding in a ‘hooded’ cavitand: the first solid-state structure of a calix[4]resorcinarene with underivatised hydroxy groups
  278. Solid-state structures of triarylantimony dihalides; the isolation of some mixed-halide species and crystal structures of Ph3SbI2 and [Ph4Sb]I3
  279. Isolation of a remarkably stable hydrogen bonded dimeric manganese(II) complex, [Mn(L)(OH2)]2(Me2SO)2from the reduction of a manganese(III) Schiff base complex [L = the dianion of N,N′-b...
  280. Electrochemical synthesis of benzothiazole-2-thionato complexes of nickel(II), Zinc(II) and cadmium(II): the crystal structure of 2,2′-bipyridine bis(benzothiazole-2-thionato)zinc(II)
  281. The preparation, characterisation and subsequent reaction with sulfur dioxide of some triphenylarsine oxide complexes of manganese(II) salts
  282. Novel 4-substituted 4,5-dihydro-3H-(8-amino-6-oxo)pyrrolo[3,4-f][1,3,5]triazepines from(Z)-N2-(2-amino-1,2-dicyano)formamidine and carbonyl compounds
  283. Synthesis and characterisation of manganese(III) unsymmetrical Schiff-base complexes: a unique example of a cocrystallised manganese(III) unsymmetrical Schiff-base complex, and a symmetric Schiff-base complex arising from rearrangement of the former
  284. ‘Hidden’ axial chirality as a stereodirecting element in reactions involving enol(ate) intermediates. Part 1. Cyclisation reactions of methyl (4R)-3-(2-diazo-3-oxobutanoyl)thiazolidine-4-carboxylate and related compounds
  285. The use of the novel oxidising reagent triphenylarsine diiodine in the reaction with dicobalt octacarbonyl to produce a new type of complex [(Ph3Asl)2l][Co(AsPh3)l3]
  286. Diiodophosphoranes. Synthesis and structure in the solid state and in solution
  287. Novel manganese(II) complexes formed from the reaction of a coarse-grain, unactivated manganese powder with Pl2(NMe2)3 and Pl2(C6H4SMe-o)3; crystal structure of the dinuclear complex [{Mnl2[P(NMe2)3]}2]
  288. Controlled reaction of molecular oxygen with [Mnl2(PPh2Me)2] to form the mixed phosphine–phosphine oxide complex [Mnl2(OPPh2Me)(PPh2Me)] and the Bis(phosphine oxide) complex [Mnl2...
  289. Structure of tin(IV) complexes of 2-(2-selenidophenyl)imino-methylphenols formed by electrochemical cleavage of a diselenide bond
  290. The reaction of bromo- and iodo-phosphoranes with unactivated coarse grain manganese metal powder to yield [MnI2(phosphine)2] and [{MnX2(phosphine)}n](X = Br or I) by insertion of Mn into the P–X bond. The cr...
  291. Inorganic grignard analogues. Reaction of nickel powder with dihalogenotriorganophosphorus compounds to form nickel-(II) and -(III) phosphine complexes; isolation of planar [Ni(PPh3)I3]? and the crystal structure of [Ni(PPhMe2)2Br2]
  292. Rare examples of five-co-ordinate manganese(II) complexes containing monodentate ligands. Crystal structures of [MnBr2(PEt3)] and [Mnl2(PMeEt2)], and their reaction with dioxygen
  293. Tertiary phosphine adducts of mixed halogens, R3PlBr; synthesis and structure in the solid state and solution
  294. Inorganic Grignard analogues. Reaction of cobalt powder with triorganodiiodophosphorus compounds to form [PR3I][Co(PR3)I3]. Crystal structure of [PPh3I][Co(PPh3)I3], and isolation of the novel complexes [PPh3I][Co(PPh3)IBr2] and [SbPh3I][Co(SbPh3)I3]
  295. A study of the reactions of N-methylnitrilium trifluoromethanesulfonate salts with benzylidenetriphenylphosphorane
  296. The preparation of new manganese(II) isocyanide complexes, MnI2(CNBut)n (n=1, 1.5, 2) and the mixed isocyanide/tertiary-phosphine complex MnI2(PPh3)(CNBut)2. The isolation and X-ray crystallographic characterisation of the MnI/MnII mixed-valence isomer...
  297. The Reaction of Unactivated Cobalt Powder with Iodophosphoranes. The Synthesis of [Co(PMe3)2I3] and the Isolation of the ?Frozen Transition-State? Complex [(nBu3PI)2(?-I)] [(nBu3PI)(?-I)CoI3]
  298. Umsetzung von nicht aktiviertem Cobaltpulver mit Iodphosphoranen; Synthese von [Co(PMe3)2I3] und Isolierung von [(nBu3PI)2(μ-I)]-[(nBu3PI)(μ-I)CoI3], einer Verbindung, die einem „eingefrorenen Übergangszustand”︁ entspricht
  299. The structure of triphenylphosphorus–dibromine, the first crystallographically characterised bromophosphorane, a compound which has the novel four-coordinate molecular Ph3P–Br–Br geometry
  300. Manganese(II) complexes containing the phenyl diphenylphosphinate ligand and their reactivity with SO2; the first crystallographically characterised complex containing a phosphinate ligand
  301. Asymmetric Diels–Alder reactions. Part 6. Regio- and stereo-selective cycloadditions of 5-(2′,3′,4′,6′-tetra-O-acetyl-β-D-glucopyranosyloxy)-1,4-naphthoquinone
  302. Crystal structures of trinuclear [{MnI2(PPhMe2)1.33}3] and tetranuclear [Mn4(µ4-O)I6(PPhMe2)4] formed by OO bond cleavage by the former
  303. The X-ray crystal structure of [Zn(PEt3)I2]2, the first 1:1 zinc(II) complex of a tertiary phosphine of low steric requirements, prepared by the reaction of unactivated zinc metal with diiodotriethylphosphorane
  304. The X-ray crystal structures of [Ca(hfa)2(OH2)2] and [Ba(hfa)2(OH2)](Hhfa = 1,1,1,5,5,5-hexafluoropentane-2,4-dione)
  305. The crystal structure of [Mn(salpn)(acetate)]2(H2O)3; the first example of a manganese(III) Schiff base polymeric complex containing a dimeric repeat unit [salpn =N,N′-bis(salicylidene)-1,3-diaminopropane]
  306. The reaction of coarse-grain manganese powder with diiodotrimethylphosphorane to form [Mn(PMe3)I2] n , which reacts with trace quantities of molecular oxygen to form the mixed (+2/+3) oxidation state complex [Mn2(PMe3)3I5]PMe3
  307. Applications of methylsulfonylsulfene in synthesis. Part 1. Conversion of 3,4-dihydro-2H-pyran into cis-2-(C-substituted)tetrahydropyran-3-sulfonates/sulfinates
  308. Complexes of gold(III) with mononegative bidentate N,O-ligands
  309. A facile synthesis of [{Fe(salphen)}2O] (salphenH2N,N′-o-phenylenebis(salicylidineimine)) and the X-ray crystal structure of [{Fe(salphen)}2O]·DMSO
  310. The X-ray crystal structure of [Mn2(µ-LL)4(NCS)2](NCS)2[LL = Ph2P(O)(CH2)3P(O)Ph2], a dinuclear complex that reversibly absorbs five molecules of sulphur dioxide
  311. A cyclisation reaction of methyl (4R)-3-(2-diazo-3-oxobutanoyl)thiazolidine-4-carboxylate which proceeds with retention of configuration, probably via a planar ester enolate intermediate possessing axial chirality
  312. The structure of triphenylphosphorus–diiodine, Ph3PI2, the first crystallographically characterised dihalogen derivative of a tertiary phosphine
  313. The reaction of coarse-grain metal powders with phosphoranes: a facile activation of metallic reagents and a novel route to metal–phosphine complexes. The X-ray crystal structures of Mnl2(PPhMe2) and FeBr3(PPhMe2...
  314. The visible light induced rearrangement of a manganese(III) complex of an unsymmetrical tetradentate Schiff's base ligand, 4-[2-(2-hydroxyphenylmethyleneamino)ethylamino]pent-3-en-2-one, to a manganese(III) complex of the symmetrical ligand salen
  315. Highly regio- and stereo-selective Diels–Alder reactions of 5-(2′,3′,4′,6′-tetra-O-acetyl-β-D-glucopyranosyloxy)-1,4-naphthoquinone
  316. A novel manganese(III) dimes with an extremely long Mn ? Mn distance
  317. Total synthesis of analogues of the β-lactam antibiotics. Part 5. 3-Thiacepham-4-exo-carboxylates and their 1,1,3,3-tetraoxides
  318. The X-ray crystal structure of µ4-Oxo-hexa-µ-iodotetrakis[tripropylphosphinemanganese(II)], a manganese(II) cluster derived from the interaction of di-iodotripropylphosphinemanganese(II) with dioxygen
  319. Reaction of [FeL4X2][FeX4](L = OPPh3 or OAsPh3, X = Cl or Br) with sulphur dioxide to yield some rare examples of iron(III) complexes of sulphur dioxide, [FeL4{OS(O)X}2][FeX4]. The oxidation of sulphur dioxide by the iron(III) complexes and the isolati...
  320. Preparation, properties, and reactions with sulphur dioxide of triphenylphosphine oxide complexes of manganese(II) thiocyanate. Crystal structures of [{Mn(OPPh3)2(NCS)(µ-NCS)}2], [Mn(OPPh3)4...
  321. Asymmetric Diels–Alder reactions. Part 5. Influence of sugar substituents upon the diastereofacial reactivity of (E-)3-(t-butyldimethylsiloxy)-1-(D-glucopyranosyloxy)buta-1,3-dienes
  322. An oxidative rearrangement of t-butyl (3RS,5SR)-2-ethoxycarbonylcarbapen-1-em-3-carboxylate to t-butyl (1RS,5SR,7RS,8SR)-8-ethoxycarbonyl-8-hydroxy-3-oxo-2-oxa-6-azabicyclo[3.3.0]octane-7-carboxylate
  323. Revision of the absolute configuration of (–)-bostrycin
  324. Fluorocarbon derivatives of nitrogen. Part 17. Oxidation of unsymmetrical polyfluorinated diareno-1,2-diazepines. X-Ray molecular structures of 1,3,4-trifluoro-7,9-dimethyl-11H-pyrido[4,3-c][1,2]benzodiazepine 5-oxide and 5,6-dioxide
  325. Gold(I) complexes derived from secondary phosphines: [{Au(µ-PR2)}n],[(AuBr)2(µ-PPh2)]–, [AuX(PHR2)], and [{Au(PHR2)n}]+. Crystal structure of ...
  326. The co-ordination of small molecules by manganese(II) phosphine complexes. Part 14. Some novel mixed tertiary phosphine–t-butyl isocyanide complexes of manganese(II): [MnBr2(CNBut)(PPhMe2)] and [Mn...
  327. Notes. Reaction of manganese(II) arsine oxide complexes with sulphur dioxide: some unexpected products. The X-ray crystal structure of [(Ph3AsO)2H]I3
  328. Studies related to penicillins. Part 25. Synthesis of N-phenylacetyl and N-triphenylmethyl derivatives of 6-aminopenam 1-oxides
  329. Structure of Triphenylarsane Diiodide,[Ph3As· I2], a Compound Formed in the Thermal Decomposition of[Mn(OAsPh3)3I2(SO2)2]
  330. Struktur von Triphenylarsan-Diiod [Ph3As · I2], einer Verbindung, die beim thermischen Zerfall von [Mn(OAsPh3)3I2(SO2)2] entsteht
  331. Preparation and crystal structure of the first phosphido-bridged gold(I) complex: tetra(n-butyl)ammonium diphenylphosphidobis[bromogold(I)]
  332. The co-ordination of small molecules by manganese(II) phosphine complexes. Part 8. Irreversible oxidation of trimethylphosphinemanganese(II) dihalides, [MnX2(PMe3)](X = Cl, Br, or I), to bis(trimethylphosphine)manganese(III) trihalides, [MnX3(PMe3)2]. ...
  333. Fluorocarbon derivatives of nitrogen. Part 13. Reaction of perfluoroalkanenitriles with pyridinium alkoxycarbonylmethylides: synthesis of perfluoroalkylated imidazo[1,2-a]pyridines (1-azaindolizines). X-Ray molecular structure of pyridinium 4,5-dihydro...
  334. cis and trans Palladium(II) and platinum(II) complexes with 1,8-bis(diphenylphosphino)-3,6-dioxaoctane and their structural characterization. The first example of an eleven-membered diphosphine chelate involving cis geometry
  335. N-halogeno-compounds. Part 9 [1]. Azoxy- and azo-arenes derived from 4-(dichloroamino)tetrafluoropyridine; crystal structure of trans-2,3,5,6-tetrafluoro-4-(2,4,6-trimethylphenyl-onn-azoxy)pyridine
  336. A novel synthesis of diareno-1,2-diazepines: intramolecular dehydrofluorination of 2,4,6-trimethylphenylazo-derivatives of fluoroaromatic compounds
  337. The X-ray crystal; structure of trans-tri-iodobis(trimethylphosphine)manganese(III). The first example of a trigonal bipyramidal manganese(III) tertiary phosphine complex
  338. Gas-phase electron diffraction determination of the molecular structure of perfluoro(methyloxirane)
  339. A gas-phase electron diffraction study of tris(trimethylsilyl)methane. A C–H bond of high p-character
  340. The coordination chemistry of manganese. Part VI. [1–4]. Bis(tetrahydrofuran)manganese(II) halide complexes; synthesis and characterisation
  341. Hydrogen peroxide adducts of some simple guanidinium salts
  342. A novel tunnel structure containing enclathrated hydrogen peroxide: 4Na2SO4·2H2O2·NaCl
  343. Relative differential subshell photoionisation cross-sections (MgKα) from lithium to uranium
  344. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and the structure of melanins
  345. Preparation and X-ray crystal structure of guanidinium oxalate dihydrate monoperhydrate: a novel example of crystal engineering