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Entwicklung neuer übergangsmetallkatalysierter Reaktionen zum gezielten Aufbau von neuen C-C-, C-N-, C-S- und C-O-Bindungen, asymmetrische Synthese, Entwicklung einer parallelen, automatisierbaren, modularen Kohlenhydratsynthese zum Aufbau strukturell definierter Substanzbibliotheken, Naturstoffsynthese.

Development of transition metal catalyzed reaction for the selective generation of new C-C-, C-N-, C-S- and C-O-bonds; asymmetric synthesis; development of a parallel, automatable, modular carbohydrate synthesis for the generation of a structural defined substance library; natural product synthesis.

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Fred, Anni and Franzi completed their Ph.D. !!

 The trio has successfully defended their Ph.D. theses. Congratulations and all the best for your future!

Felix' paper was published!!

The paper in cooperation with different groups within the CRC1333 is published in Organimetallics. In this paper the Rh-catalyzed asymmetric 1,2- and 1,4-addition of the Laschat group (University Stuttgart) was investigated by different analytical methods. Felix and the Bauer group in Paderborn were perfoming the XAS-measurements of the catalysts. Good work, Felix! Congratulations! DOI

Anton Bleisch started his Ph.D.!!

Anton joined the group for his Ph.D. and he will work on the PPAP project. Welcome to you and we wish you a successful time!!

Pascal L. Roßberg started his Master Thesis!!

 Pascal joined the group for his master thesis. He will work on the PPAP project. Have a great time and welcome to the group!!

Christian Seifried joined the group!!

Christian started his Ph.D. in our group. He will work on natural product synthesis as well as catalysis. Good luck to you and welcome in the group.

Plietker-Group moved to Dresden!!!

Finally we can announce that our moving to Technische Universität Dresden was succesfully. Officially we are at TU since April 1, 2020 but because of the Corona-Pandemia the moving was delayed according to the restrictions. Our group is replacing the Metz group in the Department of Organic Chemistry (Chair of Organic Chemistry I) and we're looking forward to our time in this new scientific surrounding.

Fabi's and Franzi's paper was published in Catalysis Science & Technology

Their publication describes the efficient stereoselective hydroboration of internal alkynes using the Fe-H complex FeH(CO)(NO)(PPh3)and either pinacolborane or bis(pinacolato)diboron. The boron source is essential for a mechanistic dichotomy and therefore for the regioselectivity. Good work, Fabi and Franzi! Congratulations! DOI

Asli's paper was accepted for publication in European Journal of Organic Chemistry!

A catalytic method for the direct intramolecular amination of aryl vinyl azides to give the corresponding indole derivatives is described. The nucleophilic Fe‐complex Bu4N[Fe(CO)3(NO)] (TBA[Fe]) is used as catalyst and the procedure leads to good to excellent yields. Good work, Asli! Congratulations! DOI

Marie's paper was published in Organic Letters!

The catalytic cyclopropanation of enynes to substituted propargyl cyclopropanes under thermal/photochemical conditions is described. In this method diazoesters are used as carbene surrogates and the nucleophilic Fe-complex Bu4N[Fe(CO)3(NO)] (TBA[Fe]) as catalyst. Good work, Marie! Congratulations! DOI

Pascal's and Franzi's paper was published in Chemistry-A European Journal!

The catalytic and selective deuteration of polyfunctional organic molecules using [RuCl2(PPh3)3] and D2O is described. By changing the additive and the amount of zink powder, orthogonal chemoselectivities are observed. Good work, Pascal and Franzi! Congratulations! DOI

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