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Mechanistic processes in organometallic chemistry – Oral deadline 17 October

Mechanistic processes in organometallic chemistryWe are looking forward to our Faraday Discussions meeting on Mechanistic processes in organometallic chemistry in York, UK from 2–4 September 2019.

We’ll be discussing current understanding of unusual element-element bond formation and activation, physical methods & computational approaches for mechanistic understanding, plus mechanistic insight into organic and industrial transformations.

The oral abstract deadline is approaching! Submit your abstract by 17 October for the opportunity to discuss your work with an excellent line-up of speakers including Odile Eisenstein, Thomas Braun, Jeremy Harvey, Aiwen Lei, Guy Lloyd-Jones, Jennifer Love and more.

 

To get you in the mood, we encourage you to read some of the excellent related reviews and original research recently published in a range of Royal Society of Chemistry journals. Several are free to access – enjoy!

Access to the meta position of arenes through transition metal catalysed C–H bond functionalisation: a focus on metals other than palladium
Madalina T. Mihai, Georgi R. Genov and Robert J. Phipps
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2018, 47, 149-171

Open Access
A lesson for site-selective C–H functionalization on 2-pyridones: radical, organometallic, directing group and steric controls
Koji Hirano and Masahiro Miura
Chem. Sci., 2018, 9, 22-32

Open Access
Metal alkyls programmed to generate metal alkylidenes by α-H abstraction: prognosis from NMR chemical shift
Christopher P. Gordon, Keishi Yamamoto, Keith Searles, Satoru Shirase, Richard A. Andersen, Odile Eisenstein and Christophe Copéret
Chem. Sci., 2018, 9, 1912-1918

Quantitative DFT modeling of product concentration in organometallic reactions: Cu-mediated pentafluoroethylation of benzoic acid chlorides as a case study
Jesús Jover
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2017, 19, 29344-29353

N– and S-donor leaving groups in triazole-based ruthena(II)cycles: potent anticancer activity, selective activation, and mode of action studies
Christoph A. Riedl, Michaela Hejl, Matthias H. M. Klose, Alexander Roller, Michael A. Jakupec, Wolfgang Kandioller and Bernhard K. Keppler
Dalton Trans., 2018, 47, 4625-4638

Open Access
New activation mechanism for half-sandwich organometallic anticancer complexes
Samya Banerjee, Joan J. Soldevila-Barreda, Juliusz A. Wolny, Christopher A. Wootton, Abraha Habtemariam, Isolda Romero-Canelón, Feng Chen, Guy J. Clarkson, Ivan Prokes, Lijiang Song, Peter B. O’Connor, Volker Schünemann and Peter J. Sadler
Chem. Sci., 2018, 9, 3177-3185

Open Access
Selective oxymetalation of terminal alkynes via 6-endo cyclization: mechanistic investigation and application to the efficient synthesis of 4-substituted isocoumarins
Yuji Kita, Tetsuji Yata, Yoshihiro Nishimoto, Kouji Chiba and Makoto Yasuda
Chem. Sci., 2018,9, 6041-6052

Selective formation of phthalimides from amines, aldehydes and CO by Pd-catalyzed oxidative C–H aminocarbonylation
Renyi Shi, Fan Liao, Huiying Niu and Aiwen Lei
Org. Chem. Front., 2018, 5, 1957-1961

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FD164: Electrolysis at the Nanoscale now published

We are pleased to announce the publication of Faraday Discussion 164: Electrolysis at the Graphical abstract: Front coverNanoscale.

Take a look at the volume today

In the volume you can find all the papers and exciting discussion from the conference held in Durham, UK in July 2013.

Here are just some of the highlights:

Opening
Template electrodeposition of catalytic nanomotors
Joseph Wang
DOI: 10.1039/C3FD00105A

Closing
Closing remarks: looking back and ahead at ‘nano’ electroanalytical chemistry
David E. Williams
DOI: 10.1039/C3FD00106G

Read all the discussion & debate on the presented papers in the dedicated “General Discussion” sections.

Faraday Discussions are a unique opportunity to discuss your work with leading researchers in developing areas of physical chemistry, biophysical chemistry and chemical physics. The latest Impact Factor is 3.8.

All delegates have the opportunity to present their views on the Discussion papers and their own new research. All the presented papers and the discussion are published together in the Faraday Discussions volume.

Don’t miss out – find out more and take a look at future Faraday Discussions.

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