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  1. NHC Nickel-Catalyzed Suzuki–Miyaura Cross-Coupling Reactions of Aryl Boronate Esters with Perfluorobenzenes
  2. Preparing (Multi)Fluoroarenes as Building Blocks for Synthesis: Nickel-Catalyzed Borylation of Polyfluoroarenes via C–F Bond Cleavage
  3. Fully Borylated Methane and Ethane by Ruthenium-Mediated Cleavage and Coupling of CO
  4. Fully Borylated Methane and Ethane by Ruthenium-Mediated Cleavage and Coupling of CO
  5. 25 years of N-heterocyclic carbenes: activation of both main-group element–element bonds and NHCs themselves
  6. An Experimental and Computational Approach to Understanding the Reactions of Acyl Nitroso Compounds in [4 + 2] Cycloadditions
  7. Simultane Zink-katalysierte C-X- und C-H-Borylierung von Arylhalogeniden
  8. Zinc-Catalyzed Dual C-X and C-H Borylation of Aryl Halides
  9. Correlations and Contrasts in Homo- and Heteroleptic Cyclic (Alkyl)(amino)carbene-Containing Pt0Complexes
  10. Synthesis and Photophysics of a 2,7-Disubstituted Donor–Acceptor Pyrene Derivative: An Example of the Application of Sequential Ir-Catalyzed C–H Borylation and Substitution Chemistry
  11. Electron Delocalization in Reduced Forms of 2-(BMes 2 )pyrene and 2,7-Bis(BMes 2 )pyrene
  12. Multidirectional Synthesis of Substituted Indazoles via Iridium-Catalyzed C–H Borylation
  13. Room Temperature Ring Expansion of N-Heterocyclic Carbenes and BB Bond Cleavage of Diboron(4) Compounds
  14. Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of Anionic sp2-sp3Diboron Compounds: Readily Accessible Boryl Nucleophiles
  15. Computational Insight into Nickel-Catalyzed Carbon-Carbon versus Carbon-Boron Coupling Reactions of Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Alkyl Bromides
  16. Iridium-Catalyzed Borylation of Pyrene: Irreversibility and the Influence of Ligand on Selectivity
  17. Optical and electronic properties of air-stable organoboron compounds with strongly electron-accepting bis(fluoromesityl)boryl groups
  18. sp2–sp3diboranes: astounding structural variability and mild sources of nucleophilic boron for organic synthesis
  19. Taming the beast: fluoromesityl groups induce a dramatic stability enhancement in boroles
  20. Copper-Catalyzed/Promoted Cross-coupling of gem -Diborylalkanes with Nonactivated Primary Alkyl Halides: An Alternative Route to Alkylboronic Esters
  21. D-π-A Triarylboron Compounds with Tunable Push-Pull Character Achieved by Modification of Both the Donor and Acceptor Moieties
  22. Todd B. Marder
  23. Todd B. Marder
  24. Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Quadrupolar Oligothiophene‐Cored Chromophores Containing Dimesitylboryl Moieties as π‐Accepting End‐Groups: Syntheses, Structures, Fluorescence, and One‐ and Two‐Photon Absorption
  25. Efficient Synthesis of Aryl Boronates via Zinc-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling of Alkoxy Diboron Reagents with Aryl Halides at Room Temperature
  26. Iridium-catalyzed C–H borylation of pyridines
  27. Highly Electron-Deficient and Air-Stable Conjugated Thienylboranes
  28. Highly Electron-Deficient and Air-Stable Conjugated Thienylboranes
  29. Fluorescence in Rhoda- and Iridacyclopentadienes Neglecting the Spin–Orbit Coupling of the Heavy Atom: The Ligand Dominates
  30. Cascades of catalytic selectivity
  31. Regiospecific Formation and Unusual Optical Properties of 2,5-Bis(arylethynyl)rhodacyclopentadienes: A New Class of Luminescent Organometallics
  32. Zink-katalysierte Borylierung von primären, sekundären und tertiären Alkylhalogeniden mit Alkoxydiborreagentien bei Raumtemperatur
  33. Zinc-Catalyzed Borylation of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Alkyl Halides with Alkoxy Diboron Reagents at Room Temperature
  34. Site-Selective CH Borylation of Quinolines at the C8 Position Catalyzed by a Silica-Supported Phosphane-Iridium System
  35. Blending Gelators to Tune Gel Structure and Probe Anion‐Induced Disassembly
  36. The Series of Rare Earth Complexes [Ln2Cl6(μ‐4,4′‐bipy)(py)6], Ln=Y, Pr, Nd, Sm‐Yb: A Molecular Model System for Luminescence Properties in MOFs Based on LnCl3 and 4,4′‐Bipyridine
  37. Synthesis of Catechol-, Pinacol-, and Neopentylglycolborane through the Heterogeneous Catalytic BB Hydrogenolysis of Diboranes(4)
  38. Syntheses, Structures, and Comparison of the Photophysical Properties of Cyclometalated Iridium Complexes Containing the Isomeric 1- and 2-(2′-pyridyl)pyrene Ligands
  39. Oxidative addition of (bromoethynyl)benzene to κ2- acetylacetonatobis(trimethylphosphine)rhodium(I)
  40. Synthesis and applications of 2,4-disubstituted thiazole derivatives as small molecule modulators of cellular development
  41. Design and biological evaluation of synthetic retinoids: probing length vs. stability vs. activity
  42. An irreversible phase transition in 1-n-butylindeno[2,1-c]pyran-3,9-dione
  43. Ir-Catalyzed Direct Borylation at the 4-Position of Pyrene
  44. Structural Versatility of Pyrene-2-(4,4,5,5-tetramethyl-[1,3,2]dioxaborolane) and Pyrene-2,7-bis(4,4,5,5-tetramethyl-[1,3,2]dioxaborolane)
  45. DFT Studies on the Mechanisms of the Platinum-Catalyzed Diboration of Acyclic α,β-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds
  46. Synthesis of 2‐ and 2,7‐Functionalized Pyrene Derivatives: An Application of Selective CH Borylation
  47. Palladium(ii)-catalysed tandem cyclisation of electron-deficient aromatic enynes
  48. Iridium-catalyzed C–H borylation of quinolines and unsymmetrical 1,2-disubstituted benzenes: insights into steric and electronic effects on selectivity
  49. The role of magnetic nanoparticles (MNP) as reducing agents in an MNP-supported Pd–catalyst for the reductive homocoupling of aryl halides
  50. Experimental and Theoretical Studies on Organic D-π-A Systems Containing Three-Coordinate Boron Moieties as both π-Donor and π-Acceptor
  51. Spectroscopic and Structural Characterization of the CyNHC Adduct of B2pin2 in Solution and in the Solid State
  52. Alkylboronic Esters from Copper-Catalyzed Borylation of Primary and Secondary Alkyl Halides and Pseudohalides
  53. Alkylboronic Esters from Copper-Catalyzed Borylation of Primary and Secondary Alkyl Halides and Pseudohalides
  54. Copper-Mediated Reduction of CO2 with pinB-SiMe2Ph via CO2 Insertion into a Copper–Silicon Bond
  55. Experimental and Theoretical Studies of the Photophysical Properties of 2- and 2,7-Functionalized Pyrene Derivatives
  56. Novel Silicon-Containing Analogues of the Retinoid Agonist Bexarotene: Syntheses and Biological Effects on Human Pluripotent Stem Cells
  57. Copper(II)-Catalyzed Room Temperature Aerobic Oxidation of Hydroxamic Acids and Hydrazides to Acyl-Nitroso and Azo Intermediates, and Their Diels–Alder Trapping
  58. Mechanisms of Reactions of a Lithium Boryl with Organohalides
  59. Structure and Reactivity of a Preactivated sp2–sp3 Diboron Reagent: Catalytic Regioselective Boration of α,β-Unsaturated Conjugated Compounds
  60. “One-Pot” Tandem C−H Borylation/1,4-Conjugate Addition/Reduction Sequence
  61. Retinoid supplementation of differentiating human neural progenitors and embryonic stem cells leads to enhanced neurogenesis in vitro
  62. Electronic Spectra of the Nanostar Dendrimer: Theory and Experiment
  63. The Development of Small Molecules and Growth Supplements to Control the Differentiation of Stem Cells and the Formation of Neural Tissues
  64. A novel self-promoted Morita-Baylis-Hillman-like dimerization
  65. Dibenzometallacyclopentadienes, boroles and selected transition metal and main group heterocyclopentadienes: Synthesis, catalytic and optical properties
  66. A Thiourea‐Oxazoline Library with Axial Chirality: Ligand Synthesis and Studies of the Palladium‐Catalyzed Enantioselective Bis(methoxycarbonylation) of Terminal Olefins
  67. Iridium-Catalyzed CH Activation versus DirectedorthoMetalation: Complementary Borylation of Aromatics and Heteroaromatics
  68. Mechanism of the Palladium-Catalyzed Borylation of Aryl Halides with Pinacolborane
  69. 2,5-Bis(p-R-arylethynyl)rhodacyclopentadienes Show Intense Fluorescence: Denying the Presence of a Heavy Atom
  70. 2,5-Bis(p-R-arylethynyl)rhodacyclopentadienes Show Intense Fluorescence: Denying the Presence of a Heavy Atom
  71. DFT Studies on the Carboxylation of Arylboronate Esters with CO2 Catalyzed by Copper(I) Complexes
  72. C−H Activation for the Construction of C−B Bonds
  73. Induced-Fit Binding of π-Electron-Donor Substrates to Macrocyclic Aromatic Ether Imide Sulfones: A Versatile Approach to Molecular Assembly
  74. Revelation of the Difference between Arylzinc Reagents Prepared from Aryl Grignard and Aryllithium Reagents Respectively: Kinetic and Structural Features
  75. Synthetic Retinoids: Structure-Activity Relationships
  76. Microwave-Accelerated Iridium-Catalyzed Borylation of Aromatic C−H Bonds
  77. A Facile Route to Aryl Boronates: Room-Temperature, Copper-Catalyzed Borylation of Aryl Halides with Alkoxy Diboron Reagents
  78. A Facile Route to Aryl Boronates: Room-Temperature, Copper-Catalyzed Borylation of Aryl Halides with Alkoxy Diboron Reagents
  79. Organometallic Complexes for Nonlinear Optics. 45. Dispersion of the Third-Order Nonlinear Optical Properties of Triphenylamine-Cored Alkynylruthenium Dendrimers
  80. Borylene-Based Direct Functionalization of Organic Substrates: Synthesis, Characterization, and Photophysical Properties of Novel π-Conjugated Borirenes
  81. Oxidative Addition of X−H (X = C, N, O) Bonds to [Ir(PMe3)4]Cl and Catalytic Hydration of Acetonitrile Using its Peroxo Derivative, [Ir(O2)(PMe3)4]Cl, as Catalyst Precursor
  82. Acceleration of Reductive Elimination of [Ar-Pd-C sp 3] by a Phosphine/Electron-Deficient Olefin Ligand: A Kinetic Investigation
  83. Boryl ligands and their roles in metal-catalysed borylation reactions
  84. Synthesis and structure of indenyl rhodium(I) complexes containing unsaturated phosphines: catalyst precursors for alkene hydroboration
  85. Synthetic, structural, photophysical and computational studies on 2-arylethynyl-1,3,2-diazaboroles
  86. Proteomic profiling of the stem cell response to retinoic acid and synthetic retinoid analogues: identification of major retinoid-inducible proteins
  87. Synthetic, structural, photophysical and computational studies of π-conjugated bis- and tris-1,3,2-benzodiazaboroles and related bis(boryl) dithiophenes
  88. DFT studies of the σ-donor/π-acceptor properties of [SnCB10H11]– and its relationship to [SnCl3]–, CO, PF3, [SnB11H11]2–, SnC2B9H
  89. The Synthesis and One- and Two-Photon Optical Properties of Dipolar, Quadrupolar and Octupolar Donor-Acceptor Molecules Containing Dimesitylboryl Groups
  90. Syntheses, structures, two-photon absorption cross-sections and computed second hyperpolarisabilities of quadrupolar A–π–A systems containing E-dimesitylborylethenyl acceptors
  91. A One-Pot, Single-Solvent Process for Tandem, Catalyzed C-H Borylation-Suzuki-Miyaura Cross-Coupling Sequences
  92. DFT Studies on the Borylation of α,β-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds Catalyzed by Phosphine Copper(I) Boryl Complexes and Observations on the Interconversions between O- and C-Bound Enolates of Cu, B, and Si
  93. Effective Pd-Nanoparticle (PdNP)-Catalyzed Negishi Coupling Involving Alkylzinc Reagents at Room Temperature
  94. The syntheses, structures and redox properties of phosphine-gold(I) and triruthenium-carbonyl cluster derivatives of tolans
  95. DFT Studies on the Mechanism of the Diboration of Aldehydes Catalyzed by Copper(I) Boryl Complexes
  96. Understanding the Higher Reactivity of B2cat2 versus B2pin2 in Copper(I)-Catalyzed Alkene Diboration Reactions
  97. Manipulating Charge-Transfer Character with Electron-Withdrawing Main-Group Moieties for the Color Tuning of Iridium Electrophosphors
  98. The synthesis and liquid crystalline behaviour of alkoxy‐substituted derivatives of 1,4‐bis(phenylethynyl)benzene
  99. Contemporary Metal Boron Chemistry I
  100. B-N und C-C im Vergleich: Wie ähnlich sind sie einander?
  101. BN versus CC: How Similar Are They?
  102. Rhodium catalysed dehydrogenative borylation of alkenes: Vinylboronates via C–H activation
  103. Synthesis and evaluation of synthetic retinoid derivatives as inducers of stem cell differentiation
  104. Der Ammoniak-Boran-Komplex: ein Automobiltreibstoff der Zukunft?
  105. Will We Soon Be Fueling our Automobiles with Ammonia–Borane?
  106. 2,3,5,6-Tetrakis[3,5-bis(trifluoromethyl)phenoxy]-2,5-bis(dimethylamino)2,3,5,6-tetrabora-1,4-dioxane diethyl ether 0.667-solvate
  107. Synthesis of Thiourea−Oxazolines, a New Class of Chiral S,N-Heterobidentate Ligands:  Application in Pd-Catalyzed Asymmetric Bis(methoxycarbonylation) of Terminal Olefins
  108. DFT Studies of β-Boryl Elimination Processes:  Potential Role in Catalyzed Borylation Reactions of Alkenes
  109. DFT Studies of Alkene Insertions into Cu−B Bonds in Copper(I) Boryl Complexes
  110. A new polymorph of dimesitylborinic acid
  111. Solid solution ofcis-1,2-bis(4,4,5,5-tetramethyl-1,3,2-dioxaborolan-2-yl)-1,2-bis[4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]ethene–cis-2-(1,3,2-benzodioxaborolan-2-yl)-1-(4,4,5,5-tetramethyl-1,3,2-dioxaborolan-2-yl)-1,2-bis[4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]ethe...
  112. Boron Goes on the Attack
  113. 4,4′-Di-tert-butyl-2,2′-bipyridine–hexafluorobenzene (1/1)
  114. Sequential C–F activation and borylation of fluoropyridines via intermediate Rh(i) fluoropyridyl complexes: a multinuclear NMR investigation
  115. Synthesis, photophysics and molecular structures of luminescent 2,5-bis(phenylethynyl)thiophenes (BPETs)
  116. DFT Studies on the Effect of the Nature of the Aryl Halide Y−C6H4−X on the Mechanism of Its Oxidative Addition to Pd0L versus Pd0L2
  117. Density Functional Theory Studies on the Mechanism of the Reduction of CO2 to CO Catalyzed by Copper(I) Boryl Complexes
  118. Comparisons of Photoinduced Oxidative Addition of B−H, B−B, and Si−H Bonds at Rhodium(η5-cyclopentadienyl)phosphine Centers
  119. Synthesis and structure of an unusual di-rhodium diarylbutadiyne π-complex featuring a μ-(1,2-η2):(3,4-η2)-p-CF3C6H4–CC–CC–C6H4-p-CF3 moiety
  120. Synthesis of new mer,trans-rhodium(III) hydrido-bis(acetylide) complexes: Structure of mer,trans-[(PMe3)3Rh(CC–C6H4-4-NMe2)2H]
  121. Arene–perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering. XV. Ferrocene–decafluorobiphenyl (1/1)
  122. Synthesis, Crystal Structures, Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties, and Theoretical Studies of (p-R-Phenyl)-, (p-R-Phenylethynyl)-, and (E)-[2-(p-R-Phenyl)ethenyl]dimesitylboranes and Related Compounds
  123. fac-Dichlorotris(trimethylphosphine)(trimethylphosphoniomethyl)rhodium(III) chloride/bromide dichloromethane benzene solvate
  124. 2-(p-Tolyl)-1,3,2-benzodioxaborole
  125. Arene–perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering. Part 14. 1:1 Complexes of octafluoronaphthalene with fluorene and 9,10-dihydrophenanthrene
  126. Ir-Catalyzed Borylation of CH Bonds in N-Containing Heterocycles: Regioselectivity in the Synthesis of Heteroaryl Boronate Esters
  127. Ir-Catalyzed Borylation of CH Bonds in N-Containing Heterocycles: Regioselectivity in the Synthesis of Heteroaryl Boronate Esters
  128. Metal Cluster Terminated “Molecular Wires”
  129. Synthesis and reactivity of cobalt boryl complexes
  130. Crystal engineering with ethynylbenzenes : Part 2. Structures of 4-trimethylsilylethynyl-N,N-dimethylaniline, and 4-ethynyl-N,N-dimethylaniline with Z′ = 12 and a single-crystal to single-crystal phase transition at 122.5 ± 2 K
  131. Trans Influence of Boryl Ligands and Comparison with C, Si, and Sn Ligands
  132. Novel boron quadrupolar NLO-phores: optimization of TPA/transparency trade-off via molecular engineering
  133. 1:1 Complexes of octafluoronaphthalene with trans-stilbene and trans-azobenzene
  134. Synthesis of rhodium and iridium boryl complexes via oxidative addition of haloboranes
  135. N-Chloromethyl-4-(dimethylamino)-N,N-dimethylanilinium chloride
  136. A simple “palladium-free” synthesis of phenyleneethynylene-based molecular materials revisited
  137. Investigation of two-photon absorption behavior in symmetrical acceptor–π–acceptor derivatives with dimesitylboryl end-groups. Evidence of new engineering routes for TPA/transparency trade-off optimization
  138. Optical properties of donor–acceptor phenylene-ethynylene systems containing the 6-methylpyran-2-one group as an acceptor
  139. Selective Ir-catalysed borylation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: structures of naphthalene-2,6-bis(boronate), pyrene-2,7-bis(boronate) and perylene-2,5,8,11-tetra(boronate) esters
  140. Synthesis, optical properties, crystal structures and phase behaviour of symmetric, conjugated ethynylarene-based rigid rods with terminal carboxylate groups
  141. Diborane(4) Compounds
  142. Synthesis
  143. Applications
  144. Requirement for an Oxidant in Pd/Cu Co-Catalyzed Terminal Alkyne Homocoupling To Give Symmetrical 1,4-Disubstituted 1,3-Diynes
  145. Facile Alkene Insertion into a Rhodium(III)−Acetyl Bond:  Potential Catalysts for CO/Alkene Copolymerization
  146. Reactions of hydroborating reagents with phosphinorhodium hydride complexes: molecular structures of a Rh2B3 metallaborane cluster, an L2Rh(η2-H2BR2) complex and a mixed valence Rh dimer containing a semi-bridging Bcat (cat=1,2-O2C6H4) group
  147. Synthesis and molecular structures of α-diimines and their zinc and palladium dichloride complexes
  148. Methacrylate Polymerization using a Dinuclear Zirconocene Initiator: A New Approach for the Controlled Synthesis of Methacrylate Polymers
  149. Methacrylate Polymerization using a Dinuclear Zirconocene Initiator: A New Approach for the Controlled Synthesis of Methacrylate Polymers
  150. Two Contrasting Ethynyl Hydroboration Pathways in the Formation of a Novel Tris-hydroboration Product from Reaction of Dimesitylborane with 2,5-Diethynylpyridine.
  151. Applications of Three-Coordinate Organoboron Compounds and Polymers in Optoelectronics
  152. Bis[bis(dicyclohexylphosphino)ethane-κ2P,P′]gold(I) chloride chloroform tetrasolvate
  153. (E)-2-[2-(4-Methylphenyl)ethenyl]-1,3,2-benzodioxaborole
  154. (E)-2-{2-[4-(Trifluoromethyl)phenyl]ethenyl}-1,3,2-benzodioxaborole
  155. Structure and Phase Behavior of a 2:1 Complex between Arene- and Fluoroarene-Based Conjugated Rigid Rods
  156. Structure and Phase Behavior of a 2:1 Complex between Arene- and Fluoroarene-Based Conjugated Rigid Rods
  157. Structural Analysis of Five-Coordinate Transition Metal Boryl Complexes with Different d-Electron Configurations
  158. Crystal engineering with p-substituted 4-ethynylbenzenes using the C–H⋯O supramolecular synthon
  159. Photochemical oxidative addition of B–H bonds at ruthenium and rhodium
  160. Arene–perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering. Part 10. Crystal structures of 1∶1 complexes of octafluoronaphthalene with biphenyl and biphenylene
  161. The synthesis and crystal structures of halogenated tolans p-X–C6H4–CC–C6F5and p-X–C6F4–CC–C6H5(X = F, Cl, Br, I)
  162. Platinum catalysed 3,4- and 1,4-diboration of α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds using bis-pinacolatodiboron
  163. Two contrasting ethynyl hydroboration pathways in the formation of a novel tris-hydroboration product from reaction of dimesitylborane with 2,5-diethynylpyridineElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: NMR data for 4, rotatable 3-D molecul...
  164. Synthesis, optical properties, crystal structures and phase behaviour of selectively fluorinated 1,4-bis(4?-pyridylethynyl)benzenes, 4-(phenylethynyl)pyridines and 9,10-bis(4?-pyridylethynyl)anthracene, and a Zn(NO3)2 coordination polymer
  165. Theoretical study of reaction pathways for the rhodium phosphine-catalysed borylation of C–H bonds with pinacolborane
  166. Arene-perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering: structural preferences in polyfluorinated tolans
  167. Accurate Molecular Structures of 16-Electron Rhodium Hydrido Boryl Complexes:  Low-Temperature Single-Crystal X-ray and Neutron Diffraction and Computational Studies of [(PR3)2RhHCl(Boryl)] (Boryl = Bpin, Bcat)
  168. Introduction: Frontiers in Boron Chemistry
  169. Dimesitylborane monomer-dimer equilibrium in solution, and the solid-state structure of the dimer by single crystal neutron and X-ray diffraction
  170. Rhodium catalysed dehydrogenative borylation of vinylarenes and 1,1-disubstituted alkenes without sacrificial hydrogenation—a route to 1,1-disubstituted vinylboronates
  171. Studies of the S1 state in a prototypical molecular wire using picosecond time-resolved spectroscopiesElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: time-resolved emission spectra, and transient absorption spectra. See
  172. Synthesis and characterisation of some new boron compounds containing the 2,4,6-(CF3)3C6H2(fluoromes = Ar), 2,6-(CF3)2C6H3(fluoroxyl = Ar′), or 2,4-(CF3)...
  173. Boron Chemistry Lights the Way: Optical Properties of Molecular and Polymeric Systems C.D.E. thanks EPSRC for a postgraduate studentship and Syngenta for a postgraduate scholarship, and T.B.M. thanks the University of Durham for support and Prof. Dr. K...
  174. Die Borchemie leuchtet: optische Eigenschaften von Molekülen und Polymeren C.D.E. dankt EPSRC und Syngenta für Postgraduiertenstipendien und T.B.M. der University of Durham für Unterstützung sowie Prof. Dr. K. Tamao für einen Vorabdruck von Lit. 32.
  175. A Re-evaluation of the Photophysical Properties of 1,4-Bis(phenylethynyl)benzene:  A Model for Poly(phenyleneethynylene)
  176. Rhodium(I) catalysed diboration of (E)-styrylboronate esters: molecular structures of (E)-p-MeO–C6H4–CHCH–B(1,2-O2C6H4) and p-MeO–C6H4–CH2C{B(1,2-O2C6H4)}3
  177. Synthesis, characterisation and molecular structure of [Rh(COE)2(acac)] (COE=cyclooctene, η2-C8H14), an important starting material for the preparation of rhodium catalyst precursors
  178. Arene–perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering 8: structures of 1∶1 complexes of hexafluorobenzene with fused-ring polyaromatic hydrocarbons
  179. Mechanism of Formation of [(PMe3)3Rh(−C⋮C−R)2(H)] via C−H Oxidative Addition:  Isomerization, Alkyne Exchange, and Hydride Replacement
  180. Arene–perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering. 4.
  181. Arene–perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering. 5.
  182. Octafluoronaphthalene–1,8-diaminonaphthalene (1/1)
  183. Octafluoronaphthalene–diphenylacetylene (1/1)
  184. Formation of Aryl- and Benzylboronate Esters by Rhodium-Catalyzed C−H Bond Functionalization with Pinacolborane
  185. Formation of Aryl- and Benzylboronate Esters by Rhodium-Catalyzed C−H Bond Functionalization with Pinacolborane
  186. Formation of Aryl- and Benzylboronate Esters by Rhodium-Catalyzed C−H Bond Functionalization with Pinacolborane
  187. Highly efficient monophosphine platinum catalysts for alkyne diboration
  188. Phosphine promoted substituent redistribution reactions of B-chlorocatechol borane: molecular structures of ClBcat, BrBcat and L·ClBcat (cat = 1,2-O2C6H4; L = PMe3, PEt3, PBut3, PCy3, NEt3)†
  189. A 2-styrylboronate ester
  190. Tris(2-methylphenyl)phosphonium tetrachloroborate
  191. Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Three-Coordinate Organoboron Compounds
  192. Contemporary Boron Chemistry
  193. Novel Trityl Activators with New Weakly Coordinating Anions Derived from C6F4-1,2-[B(C6F5)2]2:  Synthesis, Structures, and Olefin Polymerization Behavior
  194. Why are B2O2 rings rare?
  195. Aktivierung von [Cp2ZrMe2] mit neuartigen Perfluoraryl-substituierten Diboranen: Chemie in Lösung und Verhalten bei der Polymerisation von Ethen in Gegenwart von MeAl(BHT)2
  196. Activation of [Cp2ZrMe2] with New Perfluoroaryl Diboranes: Solution Chemistry and Ethylene Polymerization Behavior in the Presence of MeAl(BHT)2
  197. Aktivierung von [Cp2ZrMe2] mit neuartigen Perfluoraryl-substituierten Diboranen: Chemie in Lösung und Verhalten bei der Polymerisation von Ethen in Gegenwart von MeAl(BHT)2
  198. New Bifunctional Perfluoroaryl Boranes. Synthesis and Reactivity of the ortho-Phenylene-Bridged Diboranes 1,2-[B(C6F5)2]2C6X4 (X = H, F)‘
  199. Reactions of (η5-C9H7)Rh(η2-C2H4)2 with quinones: molecular structure of [(η5-C9H7)Rh(2,3,5,6-C6O2(CH3)4...
  200. Synthesis, structure, and solution dynamics of indenyl rhodium complexes containing bulky phosphine ligands: molecular structures of (η5-1-CH3-C9H6)Rh(η2-C2H4)(PCy3...
  201. Control of single crystal structure and liquid crystal phase behaviour via arene–perfluoroarene interactions†
  202. Crystalline TCNQ and TCNE adducts of the diborane(4) compounds B2(1,2-E2C6H4)2 (E = O or S)
  203. Reactions of (η<sup>5</sup>-C<sub>9</sub>H<sub>7</sub>)Rh(<FONT FACE ="SYMBOL">h</FONT><sup>2</sup>-C<sub>2</sub>H<sub>4</sub>)<sub>2</sub> with quinones: m...
  204. Transition Metal−Boryl Compounds:  Synthesis, Reactivity, and Structure
  205. 2,2′-Bipyridyl and 1,10-phenanthroline adducts of the diborane (4) compound B2 (1,2-S2C6H4)2
  206. Ligand exchange processes of OsHCl(CO)(L)(PR3)2 (L=vacant, H2, R′CN, O2; R=Cy, i-Pr)
  207. Bis-Catecholate, Bis-Dithiocatecholate, and Tetraalkoxy Diborane(4) Compounds:  Aspects of Synthesis and Electronic Structure
  208. Structural Studies of Bis-Catecholate, Bis-Dithiocatecholate, and Tetraalkoxy Diborane(4) Compounds
  209. Bifunctional Lewis Acids. Synthesis and Olefin Polymerization Chemistry of the 1,1-Di[bis(perfluorophenyl)boryl]alkenes RCHC[B(C6F5)2]2 (R = t-Bu, C6H5, C6F5)
  210. Lewis Acidic Borane Adducts of Pyridines and Stilbazoles for Nonlinear Optics
  211. Rhodium catalysed diboration of unstrained internal alkenes and a new and general route to zwitterionic [L2Rh(η6-catBcat)] (cat = 1,2-O2C6H4) complexes†
  212. Platinum Catalysed Diboration of Terminal Alkenes with Chiral Diborane(4) Compounds
  213. Platinum-catalysed 1,4-diboration of 1,3-dienes
  214. Oxidative addition of boron–boron, boron–chlorine and boron–bromine bonds to platinum(0)1Dedicated to Professor Ken Wade on the occasion of his 65th birthday and in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the understanding of the chemistry of b...
  215. Preparation and structure of cis-[Pt(BF2)2(PPh3)2]: the first crystallographically characterised complex containing the BF2 ligand
  216. Boron–boron bond oxidative addition to rhodium(I) and iridium(I) centres
  217. Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Properties of Push−Pull Bis(phenylethynyl)benzenes and Unsymmetric Platinum Bis(phenylacetylide) Complexes
  218. Unusual Size Dependence of Nonradiative Charge Recombination Rates in Acetylene-Bridged Compounds
  219. Reaction between rhodium(iii) bisboryls and diborane(4) compounds: evidence for a ς-bond metathesis process
  220. Platinum catalysed 1,4-diboration of α,β-unsaturated ketones
  221. Lewis-base adducts of the diborane(4) compounds B2(1,2-E2C6H4)2 (E = O or S)
  222. Isolation and structural characterization of novel compounds containing B4O2 rings
  223. Synthesis and Characterization of Rhodium(I) Boryl and Rhodium(III) Tris(Boryl) Compounds:  Molecular Structures of [(PMe3)4Rh(B(cat))] and fac-[(PMe3)3Rh(B(cat))3] (cat = 1,2-O2C...
  224. Oxidative addition of a B—B bond by an iridium(I) complex: molecular structure of mer-cis-[Ir(PMe3)3Cl(Bcat)2]
  225. Synthesis and molecular structure of the paramagnetic Co(II) bis(boryl) complex [Co(PMe3)3(Bcat)2 (cat = 1,2,-O2C6H4)
  226. Third-order Nonlinear Optical Properties of Organoboron Compounds: Molecular Structures and Second Hyperpolarizabilities
  227. Reactions of Organoruthenium Phosphine Complexes with Hydroborating Reagents
  228. Lewis Base Adducts of Diboron Compounds: Molecular Structures of [B2(cat)2(4-picoline)] and [B2(cat)2(4-picoline)2] (cat = 1,2-O2C6H4)
  229. Transition Metal Catalyzed Diboration of Vinylarenes
  230. Synthesis of heptamethylindenyl rhodium(III) complexes: molecular structures of [(η5-C9Me7)RhCl(µ-Cl)]2 and [(η5-C9Me7)Rh(PMe2Ph)Cl2]
  231. Die übergangsmetallkatalysierte Diborierung von Vinylarenen
  232. Dalton communications. Organometallic liquid crystals based on octahedral rhodium(III)
  233. Well-Defined Conjugated Rigid-Rods as Multifunctional Materials: Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties and Liquid Crystalline Behavior
  234. Oxidative addition of B-B bonds by rhodium(I) phosphine complexes: molecular structures of B2cat2 (cat = 1,2-O2C6H4) and its 4-But and 3,5-But2 analogs
  235. Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of RhCl(PhP{CH2CH2PPh2}2)
  236. Synthesis of symmetric and unsymmetric 1,4-bis(p-R-phenylethynyl)benzenes via palladium/copper catalyzed cross-coupling and comments on the coupling of aryl halides with terminal alkynes
  237. Facile Route to Highly Fluorescent 9,10-Bis(p-R-phenylethynyl)anthracene Chromophores via Palladium-Copper Catalyzed Cross-Coupling
  238. Synthesis and optical spectroscopy of linear long-chain di-terminal alkynes and their Pt–σ-acetylide polymeric complexes
  239. Synthesis and structures of the first transition-metal tris(boryl) complexes: iridium complexes (.eta.6-arene)Ir(BO2C6H4)3
  240. Electronic structure and photoelectron spectroscopy of d8 rhodium indenyl complexes
  241. Reactions of catecholborane with iridium complexes: molecular structure of trans-IrHCl(CO)(Bcat)(PPh3)2
  242. Synthesis and characterization of ferrocenyl and bis(ferrocenyl) alkynes and polyynes: crystal structure of 1,4-bis(ferrocenyl)butadiyne and third order nonlinear optical properties of 1,8-bis(ferrocenyl)octatetrayne
  243. Insertion of alkenes into rhodium-boron bonds
  244. Nucleophile promoted degradation of catecholborane: consequences for transition metal-catalyzed hydroborations
  245. Synthesis and second-order nonlinear optical properties of three coordinate organoboranes with diphenylphosphino and ferrocenyl groups as electron donors: crystal and molecular structures of (E)-DCHCHB(mes)2 and DCCB(mes)2 [D  P(C6H52, (η-C5H5)F...
  246. Transition metal-catalyzed addition of catecholborane to .alpha.-substituted vinylarenes: hydroboration vs dehydrogenative borylation
  247. Synthesis of icosahedral carboranes for second-harmonic generation. Part 2
  248. New homogeneous rhodium catalysts for the regioselective hydroboration of alkenes
  249. Reactions of catecholborane with Wilkinson's catalyst: implications for transition metal-catalyzed hydroborations of alkenes
  250. Kinetics and mechanism of CO ligand substitution in the ring-substituted indenyl rhodium complexes [(η5-C9RnH7−n)Rh(CO)2]
  251. Di-, tri-, pseudo-di- and pseudo-tetra-acetylenic polymers of platinum: Synthesis, characterization and optical spectra
  252. Synthetic and structural studies on organoruthenium–indium complexes
  253. Synthesis and electronic structure of permethylindenyl complexes of iron and cobalt
  254. Transition Metal Acetylides for Nonlinear Optical Properties
  255. Reactions of catecholatoborane with phosphinorhodium complexes: molecular structures of [RhHCl(Bcat)(PPri3)2] and [{(Pri2PCH2)2}Rh{(η6-cat)Bcat}](cat = 1,2-O2<...
  256. Dibismuth as a four-electron donor ligand. Synthesis and molecular and electronic structure of [M2(CO)4(η-C5H4Me)2(µ-η2-Bi2)](M = Mo or W)
  257. Synthesis of mononuclear, dinuctear and oligomeric rigid-rod acetylide complexes of rhodium, and the molecular structure of [Rh(PMe3)4(CC–p-C6H4–CC)Rh(PMe3)4]
  258. Synthetic and structural studies on Group 13 complexes containing the M(CO)3(η-C5H5) fragment (M = Cr or Mo). Part 1. Complexes [E{M(CO)3(η-C5H5)}3](E = In or TI)
  259. Reactions of thexylborane with (phosphine)rhodium hydride, alkyl and allyl complexes
  260. Boryliridium and boraethyliridium complexes fac-[IrH2(PMe3)3(BRR')] and fac-[IrH(PMe3)3(.eta.2-CH2BHRR')]
  261. Synthetic, structural, and bonding studies of phosphido-bridged early-late transition-metal heterobimetallic complexes
  262. Flexible coordination of indenyl ligands in sandwich complexes of transition metals. Molecular structures of [(η-C9R7)2M] (M = Fe, R = H, Me; M = Co, Ni, R = H): Direct measurement of the degree of slip-fold distortion as a function of d-electron count
  263. A triangulo-triplatinum cluster with no bridging atom: the structure of [Pt3(2,6-Me2C6H3NC)2(µ-Ph2PCH2PPh2)3]2+
  264. Three coordinate phosphorus and boron as π-donor and π-acceptor moieties respectively, in conjugated organic molecules for nonlinear optics: crystal and molecular structures of E-Ph–CHCH–B(mes)2, E-4-MeO–C6H4–CHCH-B(m...
  265. Synthesis and structure of the [Rh2(dmpe)4(.mu.-dmpe)]2+ salt of the naked cyclopentadienyl anion: a comparison of the reactivity of [(.eta.-indenyl)Rh(.eta.-C2H4)2] and [(.eta.-C5H5)Rh(.eta.-C2H4)2]
  266. Synthesis of RhI-σ-acetylide complexes in aqueous and non-aqueous solutions: molecular structures of [(PMe3)4Rh(CCPh)] and [(PMe3)3Rh(CCSiMe3)]
  267. The hapticity of η-indenyl complexes: molecular structures of [(η5-C9R7)Rh(η4-cod)](R = H, Me)(cod = cyclo-octa-5-diene)
  268. Synthesis of hydrido-bis(acetylide) complexes of rhodium and the molecular structures of mer-trans-[Rh(PMe3)3(H)(CCPh)2] and mer-trans-[{Rh(dmpe)(H)(CCSiMe3)2}2(µ-dmpe)](dmpe = Me...
  269. An unusual rotational distortion in an [(η-indenyl)RhL2] complex: molecular structures of [(η-1,2,3-Me3C9H4)Rh(η-C2H4)2] and [(η-C9H7)Rh(CO)2]
  270. Synthesis, structures, and solution dynamics of mononuclear and dinuclear (.eta.5-indenyl)rhodium complexes of octafluorocyclooctatetraene. Crystal and molecular structures of [Rh(.eta.5-C9H7)(1,2,5,6-.eta.-C8F8)], [[Rh(.eta.5-C9H7)]2[.mu.-(1,5,6-.eta....
  271. Transition-metal-catalyzed carbon-carbon bond formation via carbon-hydrogen activation. Intermolecular hydroacylation: the addition of aldehydes to alkenes
  272. Synthese, Struktur und Bindungsverhältnisse von [Cl2Sn{Rh(PMe3)3Cl}2].THF, einer ungewöhnlichen SnIIRhI-Verbindung
  273. Synthesis, Structure and Bonding of [Cl2Sn{Rh(PMe3)3Cl}2] · THF, an Unusual SnII-RhIAdduct
  274. Synthesis and molecular structures of a rhoda-lactone and its alkylation product; insertion of a pendant alkyne into a rhodium–hydrogen bond
  275. Planar 64-electron butterfly clusters with elongated metal–metal bonds: synthesis and molecular structures of Ru4(CO)13(µ-PPh2)2and Ru4(CO)10(µ-PPh2)4
  276. Transition-metal-catalyzed cyclization of alkynoic acids to alkylidene lactones
  277. The slip-fold distortion of .pi.-bound indenyl ligands. Dynamic NMR and x-ray crystallographic studies of (.eta.-indenyl)RhL2 complexes
  278. C-H rather than O–H activation: synthesis and molecular structure of a cationic cis-hydrido-σ-acetylide complex of rhodium
  279. Mechanistic studies of the rhodium-catalysed cyclization of α,ω-alkynoci acids to alkylidene lactones. Crystals structures of two iridium model catalytic intermediates
  280. Activation of dichloromethane by basic rhodium(I) and iridium(I) phosphine complexes. Synthesis and structures of fac-[Rh(PMe3)3Cl2(CH2PMe3)]Cl·CH2Cl2and...
  281. Facile displacement of an η5-indenyl ligand. Crystal structure of the [Rh(Me2PCH2CH2PMe2)2]+salt of the naked indenyl anion
  282. Synthesis, structural characterization, and stereospecificity in the formation of bimetallic rhodacarborane clusters containing rhodium-hydrogen-boron bridge interactions
  283. Chemistry of di-and tri-metal complexes with bridging carbene or carbyne ligands. Part 37. Methylene group transfer to carbon–metal multiple bonds; crystal structures of [TiW{µ-C(C6H4Me-4)Ch2}(µ-CO)(CO)(η-C5...
  284. Metallacarboranes in catalysis. Kinetics and mechanism of acrylate ester hydrogenation catalyzed by closo-rhodacarboranes
  285. Metal-promoted insertion of an activated alkene into a boron-hydrogen bond of an exopolyhedral nido-rhodacarborane: rhodium-catalyzed hydroboration
  286. Metallacarboranes in catalysis. 3. Synthesis and reactivity of exo-nido-phosphinerhodacarboranes
  287. Metallacarboranes in catalysis. 5. Interconversion of closo-bis(phosphine)hydridorhodacarboranes by rhodium transfer between .eta.-nido-carborane anions
  288. Metallacarboranes in catalysis. 4. Structures of closo- and exo-nido-phosphinerhodacarboranes and a [(PPh3)3Rh]+[nido-7-R-7,8-C2B9H11]- salt
  289. Metallacarboranes in catalysis. 2. Synthesis and reactivity of closo icosahedral bis(phosphine)hydridorhodacarboranes and the crystal and molecular structures of two unusual closo-phosphinerhodacarborane complexes
  290. Metallacarboranes in catalysis. 6. Kinetics and mechanism of alkene hydrogenation and isomerization catalyzed by rhodacarborane clusters. A search for cluster catalysis
  291. The role of saturated transition metal carbonyl complexes as π-acid ligands; a theoretical investigation of the bonding in [Cr(µ-CO)2(CO)(η-C6H6)Rh(CO)(η-C5Me5)] and (Co)(µ-CO)2(η-C...
  292. Stereochemical non-rigidity of the indenyl ligand in the compound [CrRh(µ-CO)2(CO)2(η-C9H7)(η-C6H3Me3-1,3,5)]
  293. The analogy between alkenes and the dinuclear species [MRh(µ-CO)2(η-C5Me5)2](M = Co or Rh); dynamic nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray crystallographic, and extended-Hückel molecular-orbital studies of the bon...
  294. Methylene group transfer to carbon–metal multiple bonds: crystal structures of [TiW{µ-C(C6H4Me-4)CH2}(µ-CO)(CO)(η-C5H5)3] and [PtW{µ-C(C6H4Me-4)CH2}(CO...
  295. Alkene-like rotation of unsaturated Rh2and CoRh fragments when bonded to molybdenum pentacarbonyl; X-ray crystal structure of [MoRh2(µ-CO)2(CO)5(η-C5Me5)2]
  296. Dynamic FTNMR studies of hindered metal-cage rotation in twelve-vertex closo-phosphinometallacarborane complexes
  297. Ready cage exchange reactions of icosahedral hydridophosphino-rhodacarbaboranes
  298. Metal boryl compounds and metal-catalysed borylation processes: synthetic applications and mechanistic considerations