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Regioselective ketone α-alkylation with simple olefins via dual activation
Fanyang Mo, Prof. Guangbin Dong, Science 4 July 2014, Vol. 345 no. 6192 pp. 68-72
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Q-Tube assisted MCRs for the synthesis of 2,3-dihydroquinazolin-4(1H)-ones
Luca Sancineto, Bonifacio Monti, Orsola Merlino, Ornelio Rosati, and Claudio Santib. Arkivoc 2018, part III, 270-278
Organic Reactions under High Pressure: Efficient Multicomponent Synthesis of Novel Tricyclic Pyridazinonaphthyridine
Derivatives under High Pressure
Moustafa, Moustafa S.; Al-Mousawi, Saleh M. Current Organic Chemistry, Volume 22, Number 3, January 2018, pp. 268-275(8)
Oxidation of aromatic oxygenates for the production of terephthalic acid
Konstantinos A.Goulas, Mika Shiramizu, James R.Lattner, Basudeb Saha, Dionisios G.Vlachos. Applied Catalysis A: General, Volume 552,
25 February 2018, Pages 98-104
The Q-tube System, A Nonconventional Technology for Green Chemistry Practitioners
Nacca, Francesca G.; Merlino, Orsola; Mangiavacchi, Francesca; Krasowska, Dorota; Santi, Claudio; Sancineto, Luca. Current Green
Chemistry, Volume 4, Number 2, August 2017, pp. 58-66(9)
Mechanism and kinetics of 1-dodecanol etherification over tungstated zirconia
Julie Rorrer, Ying He, F. Dean Toste, Alexis T.Bell. Journal of Catalysis, Volume 354, October 2017, Pages 13-23
Multi Component Reactions under Increased Pressure: On the Mechanism of Formation of Pyridazino[5,4,3-de]
[1,6]naphthyridine Derivatives by the Reaction of Malononitrile, Aldehydes and 2-Oxoglyoxalarylhydrazones in Q-Tubes
Majdah A. AL-Johani, Khadijah M. Al-Zaydi, Sameera M. Mousally, Norah F. Alqahtani, Noha Hilmy Elnagdi and Mohamed H. Elnagdi,
Molecules 2017, 22(12), 2114
Hydroxyl Radicals via Collision-Induced Dissociation of Trimethylammonium Benzyl Alcohols
Moore, Peter W., Hooker, Jordan P., Zavra, Athanasios, Khairallah, George N., Krenske, Elizabeth H., Bernhardt, Paul V., Quach, Gina, Moore,
Evan G., O’Hair, Richard A. J. and William, Craig M. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 70 4: 397-406
Methods for producing fuels, gasoline additives, and lubricants
Eric SACIA, Anbarasan PAZHAMALAI, Balakrishnan MADHESAN, Sanil Sreekumar,F. Dean Toste, Amit A. Gokhale, Martin E. Carrera, Alexis T.
Bell, Gorkem GUNBAS. US Patent 9738617B2
Integrated catalytic sequences for catalytic upgrading of bio-derived carboxylic acids to fuels, lubricants and chemical
Sankaranarayanapillai Shylesh, Amit A. Gokhale, Keyang Sun, Adam M. Grippo, Deepak Jadhav, Alice Yeh, Christopher R. Ho and Alexis T.
Bell. Sustainable Energy Fuels, 2017, 1, 1805-1809
INCORPORATION OF INDENO[2,1-c]FLUORENES INTO POLYMERS VIA NUCLEOPHILIC AROMATIC SUBSTITUTION
NATHANIEL BRACKETT. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/!etd.send_file?accession=wright1503673136761061&disposition=inline
THE SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DOUBLE AND TRIPLE TETHERED INDENO[2.1-c]FLUORENDIONES
DANIEL K. GREENE. https://etd.ohiolink.edu/!etd.send_file?accession=wright1513941221837164&disposition=inline
1H-Indole-3-carboxaldehyde: Synthesis and Reactions
Eslam El-Sawy; Heba Abo-Salem; Adel Mandour. Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, Article 1, Volume 60, Issue 5, September and October
2017, Page 723-751
Demulsification of Water-in-Heavy Crude Oil Emulsion using Amphiphilic Ammonium Salts as Demulsifiers
Juan de la Cruz ClavelJuan C. NavarroRafael Martínez-Palou. Tenside Surfactants Detergents: Vol. 54, No. 4, pp. 361-364.
Method to convert fermentation mixture into fuels
F. Dean Toste, Pazhamalai Anbarasan, Joseph B. BINDER, Paul A. Willems, Douglas S. Clark, Zach Baer, Sanil Sreekumar, Harvey W. Blanch.
US Patent 9856427B2
New phenylazetidinecarboxylate or -carboxamide compounds
Benaissa Boubia, Christine Massardier, Fabrice Guillier, Olivia Poupardin, Mireille Tallandier, Jerome Amaudrut, Michel Bondoux, Roelof
Williem FEENSTRA, Maria Johana Petronella VAN DONGEN. US20170066717A1
Heteroaryl amides as inhibitors of protein aggregation
Wolfgang Wrasidlo, Emily M. Stocking. US20180093979A1
Synergistic Effects in Bimetallic Palladium–Copper Catalysts Improve Selectivity in Oxygenate Coupling Reactions
Konstantinos A. Goulas, Sanil Sreekumar, Yuying Song, Purnima Kharidehal, Gorkem Gunbas, Paul J. Dietrich, Gregory R. Johnson, Y. C.
Wang, Adam M. Grippo, Lars C. Grabow, Amit A. Gokhale, and F. Dean Toste. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016, 138 (21), pp 6805–6812
Nanostructured photoelectrochemical solar cell for nitrogen reduction using plasmon-enhanced black silicon
Muataz Ali, Fengling Zhou, Kun Chen, Christopher Kotzur, Changlong Xiao, Laure Bourgeois, Xinyi Zhang & Douglas R. MacFarlane. Nature
Communications 7, Article number: 11335 (2016)
Use of a novel multicomponent reaction under high pressure for the efficient construction of a new pyridazino[5,4,3-de][1,6]
naphthyridine tricyclic system
Moustafa Sherief Moustafa, Saleh Mohammed Al-Mousawia and Mohamed Hilmy Elnagdib . RSC Adv., 2016,6, 90840-90845
Multicomponent reactions in Q-Tubes: one-pot synthesis of benzo[c]chromen-6-one and phenanthridin-6(5H)-one derivatives in
a four-component reaction
Khadijah M. Alzaydia,, Nagat S. Abojabala, Mohamed Hilmy Elnagdib. Tetrahedron Letters, Volume 57, Issue 32, 10 August 2016, Pages
Co-production of acetone and ethanol with molar ratio control enables production of improved gasoline or jet fuel blends
Baer ZC, Bormann S, Sreekumar S, Grippo A, Toste FD, Blanch HW, Clark DS. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 2016 Oct;113(10):
Pressure as effective green technology for synthesis of polyfunctionally substituted heteroaromatics: Synthesis of a variety of
Douaa Salman AlMarzouq, Omniya Sayed Zaky, Abdulaziz Abdulrazaq AlNajjar, Kamal Usef Sadek
European Journal of Chemistry 2016, 7(3), 347-351
Feasibility of Using 2,3,3,3-Tetrafluoropropene (R1234yf) as a Solvent for Solid-Liquid Extraction of Biopharmaceuticals
John Suberu, Peyman Yamin, Robert Cornell, Arya Sam, and Alexei Lapkin. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 2016, 4, 2559-2568
Production of an acetone-butanol-ethanol mixture from Clostridium acetobutylicum and its conversion to high-value biofuels
S Sreekumar, ZC Baer, A Pazhamalai, G Gunbas, A Pazhamalai, G Gunbas, A Grippo, H Blanch, D S Clark & F D Toste. Nature Protocols
10, 528–537 (2015)
Bio-based polymer networks by thiol–ene photopolymerizations of allyl-etherified eugenol derivatives
T Yoshimura, T Shimasaki, N Teramoto, M Shibata. European Polymer Journal, Vol 67, June 2015, Pages 397–408
Highly Selective Condensation of Biomass‐Derived Methyl Ketones as a Source of Aviation Fuel
ER Sacia, M Balakrishnan, MH Deaner, KA Goulas, Prof. F. D Toste and Prof. A. T. Bell
ChemSusChem, Vol. 8, Issue 10, pages 1726–1736, May 22, 2015
Concise synthesis of 12a-methyl-11-aryl-1, 2-dihydrobenzo [f] pyrrolo [1, 2-a] quinolin-3 (12aH)-ones as racemic 14-azaestrogen
AM Abdelkhalik, NK Paul, A Jha. Steroids, Vol. 98, June 2015, Pages 107–113
Synthesis and characterization of mackinawite nanocrystals (FeSm) and their application in recovery of aqueous Hg (II) solution
SM Alshehri, A Aldalbahi, T Ahamad, N Alhokbany. Desalination and Water Treatment, Vol. 55, Issue 12, 2015
Compositions and kits for diagnosing infections
G Timmins, T Wu, SW Choi. US Patent App. 14/596,926, 2015
COMPLEMENT PATHWAY MODULATORS AND USES THEREOF
E Altmann, U Hommel, ELJ Lorthiois. US Patent App. 14/409,911, 2015
Novel pathways for fuels and lubricants from biomass optimized using life-cycle greenhouse gas assessment
M Balakrishnan, E Sacia, S Sreekumara, G Gunbasa, A Gokhalea, C Scowna, F. D Toste and A. T. Bell. PNAS, June 23, 2015, vol. 112 no.
Upgrading Lignocellulosic Products to Drop‐In Biofuels via Dehydrogenative Cross‐Coupling and Hydrodeoxygenation
S Sreekumar, M Balakrishnan, K Goulas, G Gunbas, A. Gokhale, L Louie, A Grippo, C Scown, Prof. A T. Bell, Prof. F. D Toste
ChemSusChem, Vol. 8, Issue 16, pages 2609–2614, August 24, 2015
The twin drug approach for novel nicotinic acetylcholine receptor ligands
Isabelle Tomassoli, Daniela Gündisch
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry
Vol. 23, Issue 15, 1 August 2015, Pages 4375–4389
A New Route to the Versatile Synthesis of Thiopyrano [2, 3-b: 6, 5-b'] diindoles via 2-(Alkylthio)-indole-3-carbaldehydes
M Jha, M Edmunds, K Lund, A Ryan. Tetrahedron Letters, Volume 55, Issue 41, 8 October 2014, Pages 5691–5694
Chemocatalytic Upgrading of Tailored Fermentation Products Toward Biodiesel
Dr. S.Sreekumar, Z.C.Baer, Dr. E.Gross, Dr. S. Padmanaban, K.Goulas, G.Gunbas, Dr. S Alayoglu,Prof. Harvey W. Blanch, Prof. Douglas S.
Clark and Prof. F. Dean Toste. ChemSusChem 15 July 2014, Vol. 7, Issue 9
High-performance bio-based thermosetting resins based on bismaleimide and allyl-etherified eugenol derivatives
M Neda, K Okinaga, M Shibata. Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume 148, Issues 1–2, 14 November 2014, Pages 319–327
Engineering Clostridium acetobutylicum for production of kerosene and diesel blendstock precursors
S.Bormanna, Z.C.Baer, S.Sreekumar, J.M. Kuchenreuthera, F.Dean Toste, Harvey W. Blanch, Douglas S. Clark. Metabolic Engineering,
Volume 25, September 2014, Pages 124–130
Non-Conventional Methodologies in the Synthesis of 1-Indanones
M.Oliverio, M.Nardi, P.Costanzo, L.Cariati, G.Cravotto, S.V.Giofrè and A.Procopio. Molecules 2014, 19, 5599-5610
Facile Ecofriendly Synthesis of Monastrol and Its Structural Isomers via Biginelli Reaction
M.Oliverio, P.Costanzo, M.Nardi, I.Rivalta, and A.Procopio. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2014
"Discovery of Dap-3 Polymyxin Analogs for the Treatment of Multidrug-Resistant Gram-negative Nosocomial Infections"
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"Palladium-Catalysed Dehydrogenative Generation of Imines from Amines. A Nature-Inspired Route to Indoles via Cross-
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A pressure reactor enables a reaction to be carried out at higher temperature than the boiling point of a solvent and a reagent, which will
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