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Publication in Angewandte Chemie International Edition (this post is for specialists only)
Recently, it has been published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition research I have been involved with my lab mates Marta, and Niels. For those who are familiar with organic chemistry, you will find the link to the original article below. Hope you en...

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Synthesis of Tetrakis(triphenylphosphine)palladium(0) (this post is only for specialists)
Here you will find a link to a video prepared by my lab mate Niels Hammer. It describes the synthesis of Tetrakis(triphenylphosphine)palladium(0). It is the chemical compound of formula Pd[P(C6H5)3]4, often abbreviated Pd(PPh3)4. It is a bright yellow cryst...

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Publication in Chemical Society Reviews (this post is for specialists only)
Recently, it has been published in Chemical Society Reviews a review I have been involved with my lab mates Lydia and Pernille. For those who are familiar with organic chemistry, you will find the link to the original article below. Hope you enjoy reading i...

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Publication in Chemistry: A European Journal (this post is for specialists only)
Recently, it has been published in Chemistry: A European Journal research I have been involved with my lab mates Line, Marta, Jakob and Kim. For those who are familiar with organic chemistry, you will find the link to the original article below. Hope you en...

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Publication in Organic Letters (this post is for specialists only)
Recently, it has been published in Organic Letters research I have been involved with my lab mates Kim, and Line. For those who are familiar with organic chemistry, you will find the link to the original article below. Hope you enjoy reading it! Asymmetric ...

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How to dry molecular sieves?
In this post, I will move from the topic of asymmetric catalysis and I will explain a basic operation in organic chemistry lab. Laboratories involved with organic synthesis require efficient methods with which to dry (i.e. removal of water) organic solvents...

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Asymmetric catalysis: how it all started? 3 key experiments.
It is difficult to establish exactly when a new research area is born. Mainly due to the fact that scientific knowledge is generated continuously over the years since a scientist (or group of scientists) achieves a major breakthrough. However, probably, we ...

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Then, why asymmetric catalysis?
In the previous posts, I have shown different approaches to access chiral compounds. Moreover, I stressed that the demand for chiral compounds, often as single enantiomers, has escalated sharply in recent years, driven particularly by the demands of the pha...

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Publication in Angewandte Chemie International Edition (this post is for specialists only)
Recently, it has been published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition research I have been involved with my lab mates Yang, Rune, and Hao. For those who are familiar with organic chemistry, you will find the link to the original article below. Hope you...

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Publication in Angewandte Chemie International Edition (this post is for specialists only)
Recently, it has been published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition research I have been involved with my lab mates Line, Kim, and Sofie. For those who are familiar with organic chemistry, you will find the link to the original article below. Hope yo...
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