Andreas Stasch mainly investigates Crystallography, Inorganic chemistry, Magnesium, Stereochemistry and Carbene. His Crystallography study incorporates themes from Homoleptic, Coordination complex, Lanthanide and Transition metal. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reactivity, Hydride and Manganese.
His Magnesium research incorporates elements of Dimer and Reducing agent. His Stereochemistry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Group. His Carbene study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of investigation include Medicinal chemistry, Stereochemistry, Crystallography, Inorganic chemistry and Ligand. His Medicinal chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Yield, Adduct, Reactivity, Molecule and Metal. He works mostly in the field of Stereochemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Carbene and, occasionally, Gallium.
His work in the fields of Crystallography, such as Crystal structure, overlaps with other areas such as Germanium. His Inorganic chemistry research integrates issues from Hydride, NacNac, Aluminium, Lithium and Magnesium. His Ligand research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chelation, Steric effects, Transition metal and Phosphine.
Andreas Stasch spends much of his time researching Magnesium, Medicinal chemistry, Steric effects, Hydride and Crystallography. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ligand, Kinetic isotope effect, Alkyl and Stereochemistry in addition to Medicinal chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Halide, Dimer, Disproportionation and Diphenylketene as well as Stereochemistry.
His study in Steric effects is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Molecule and Metal. The various areas that Andreas Stasch examines in his Hydride study include Inorganic chemistry, Iodide, Reactivity and Nucleophile. His Crystallography research includes elements of Ionic bonding, NacNac, Metal ions in aqueous solution and Aluminium.
Andreas Stasch focuses on Hydride, Magnesium, Polymer chemistry, Reactivity and Medicinal chemistry. Andreas Stasch has included themes like Inorganic chemistry, Photochemistry, Dehydrogenation and Reductive elimination in his Hydride study. His Magnesium research includes themes of Diimine, Iodide, Metal and Stereochemistry.
His Polymer chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydroboration, Solvent, Covalent bond, Crystal structure and Halide. His research integrates issues of NacNac, Ligand, Deprotonation and Alkyl in his study of Medicinal chemistry. His NacNac study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography, Diphenylketene and Ketenimine.
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Stable Magnesium(I) Compounds with Mg-Mg Bonds
Shaun P. Green;Cameron Jones;Cameron Jones;Andreas Stasch;Andreas Stasch.
β-Diketiminate-Stabilized Magnesium(I) Dimers and Magnesium(II) Hydride Complexes: Synthesis, Characterization, Adduct Formation, and Reactivity Studies
Simon James Bonyhady;Cameron Jones;Sharanappa Nembenna;Andreas Stasch.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2010)
N‐Heterocyclic Carbene Stabilized Digermanium(0)
Anastas Sidiropoulos;Cameron Jones;Andreas Stasch;Susanne Klein.
Angewandte Chemie (2009)
Novel Expanded Ring N-Heterocyclic Carbenes: Free Carbenes, Silver Complexes, And Structures
Manuel Alonso Iglesias;Dirk Johannes Beetstra;James Christopher Knight;Liling Ooi.
Stable Adducts of a Dimeric Magnesium(I) Compound
Shaun Peter Green;Shaun Peter Green;Cameron Jones;Andreas Stasch.
Angewandte Chemie (2008)
Synthesis of a stable adduct of dialane(4) (Al2H4) via hydrogenation of a magnesium(I) dimer.
Simon J. Bonyhady;David Collis;Gernot Frenking;Nicole Holzmann.
Nature Chemistry (2010)
An N-heterocyclic carbene adduct of diatomic tin, :SnSn:
Cameron Jones;Anastas Sidiropoulos;Nicole Holzmann;Gernot Frenking.
Chemical Communications (2012)
Four-membered group 13 metal(I) N-heterocyclic carbene analogues: Synthesis, characterization, and theoretical studies
Cameron Jones;Peter Courtney Junk;James A Platts;Andreas Stasch.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Stable dimeric magnesium(I) compounds: from chemical landmarks to versatile reagents
Andreas Stasch;Cameron Jones.
Dalton Transactions (2011)
Preparation, Characterization, and Theoretical Analysis of Group 14 Element(I) Dimers: A Case Study of Magnesium(I) Compounds as Reducing Agents in Inorganic Synthesis
Cameron Jones;Simon J. Bonyhady;Nicole Holzmann;Gernot Frenking.
Inorganic Chemistry (2011)
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