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oct. 3 2017

Dalton Transactions

magnet

Can you melt a magnet? Researchers from the Institut de Chimie, have reported magnetic liquids that are neither solutions nor suspensions, but low-melting magnetic salts. This work was featured by the science blog "The Surg" with the title "Can you melt a magnet?" (https://thesurg.com/can-you-melt-magnet/) and hopefully will provide ideas for the deployment of magnetic materials in the liquid...[En savoir plus]

août 23 2017

Chemistry : A European Journal

Copper-induced alkyne-azide cycloaddition (CuAAC), popularly known as the click-reaction, is one of the most widely used synthetic methods in the design of supramolecular scaffoldings. Whether its catalytic or stoichiometric version is concerned, the involvement of two metals in the cycloaddition has been debated in the literature in the case of copper and other metals such as zinc. Research...[En savoir plus]

sept. 14 2015

Publication d'un livre - Co-éditeur : L. Ruhlmann

Le livre : "Trends in polyoxometalate research" vient de paraître. Les éditeurs sont : Laurent Ruhlmann et Delphine Shaming, ancienne doctorante de M. Ruhlmann maintenant Maitre de Conférence à Paris 7.   “Trends in polyoxometalate research”,Editors, L. Ruhlmann* and D. Schaming. Publisher: Nova Science Publishers Inc, Imprint: Nova Science Publishers Inc, ISBN-13: 9781634826563,...[En savoir plus]

mars 26 2014

Percée décisive dans le domaine de l’hydroformylation asymétrique

Metal confinement can make the difference, as shown by M. Jouffroy et al. in a recent Communication in Angew. Chem. . The use of cyclodextrin derivatives with an introverted PIII donor atom in the rhodium-catalyzed hydroformylation of styrene leads to high iso- and enantioselectivity. This is due to the selective formation of monophosphane complexes in which the cyclodextrin cavity tightly wraps...[En savoir plus]

mars 13 2014

Election à l'European Academy of Sciences

Andreas DANOPOULOS (danopoulos@unistra.fr) a été élu à l'European Academy of Sciences. Chercheur associé au CNRS et préalablement lauréat d'une chaire Gutenberg, Andreas Danopoulos est fellow de l'USIAS.  [En savoir plus]

déc. 4 2013

Distinction DIVCAT 2013 - Benoit LOUIS

Distinction 2013 La division catalyse de la Société chimique de France vient d’attribuer son prix DIVCAT 2013 à Benoît LOUIS, 38 ans, chargé de recherche CNRS, qui effectue ses travaux au laboratoire Synthèse et réactivité organiques et catalyse de l’Institut de chimie de Strasbourg. Le bureau de la DIVCAT a été particulièrement sensible à la qualité de ses travaux et plus particulièrement à...[En savoir plus]

mai 22 2013

European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry

CONFINING N-HETEROCYCLIC CARBENES N-heterocyclic carbene bearing two non-rotating alkylfluorenyl substituents are sterically not very crowded, but they can nevertheless be used to prepare remarkably fast Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling catalysts. Their efficiency relies on their ability to behave like a clamp that can permanently protect two trans-located coordination sites. See : M. Teci, E....[En savoir plus]