His primary areas of study are Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Organic chemistry, Molybdenum and Cyclooctene. His work in the fields of Catalysis, such as Olefin fiber, overlaps with other areas such as Reduction. His research in Medicinal chemistry intersects with topics in Sulfone, Ligand, Aldehyde, Lewis acids and bases and Photochemistry.
His Ligand research includes elements of Crystallography and Enantiomer, Stereochemistry. His Molybdenum research is classified as research in Inorganic chemistry. His Cyclooctene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Single crystal, Crystal structure, Adduct, Reactivity and Substrate.
His primary scientific interests are in Medicinal chemistry, Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Molybdenum and Stereochemistry. Carlos C. Romão works mostly in the field of Medicinal chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Ligand and, in certain cases, Steric effects and Lewis acids and bases, as a part of the same area of interest. His research in the fields of Olefin fiber, Cyclooctene, Epoxide and Decarbonylation overlaps with other disciplines such as Reduction.
His research ties Polymer chemistry and Organic chemistry together. His Molybdenum study is related to the wider topic of Inorganic chemistry. In his study, Nitrile is strongly linked to Crystal structure, which falls under the umbrella field of Stereochemistry.
His primary areas of investigation include Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Molybdenum, Organic chemistry and Molecule. The various areas that Carlos C. Romão examines in his Catalysis study include Photochemistry and Rhenium. His Medicinal chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Sulfone, Alcohol, Stereochemistry, Metal and Nucleophile.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Cyclopentadienyl complex, Ring, Crystal structure, Adduct and Histidine in addition to Stereochemistry. His Molybdenum research incorporates themes from Ligand, Polymer chemistry, Dissolution, Reactivity and Metallocene. His research investigates the connection between Ligand and topics such as Crystallography that intersect with issues in Conformational isomerism.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Organic chemistry, Carbon monoxide-releasing molecules and Stereochemistry. He is studying Olefin fiber, which is a component of Catalysis. He has included themes like Rational design, Metal carbonyl, Covalent bond, Molecule and Aqueous solution in his Medicinal chemistry study.
His work on Solvent, Epoxide, Molybdenum and Decarbonylation as part of general Organic chemistry research is frequently linked to Non-random two-liquid model, bridging the gap between disciplines. The Carbon monoxide-releasing molecules study combines topics in areas such as Experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis and Dexamethasone. His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nucleophile, Ruthenium, Hydrosilylation and Lysozyme.
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Rhenium(VII) Oxo and Imido Complexes: Synthesis, Structures, and Applications.
Carlos C. Romão;Fritz E. Kühn;Wolfgang A. Herrmann.
Chemical Reviews (1997)
Developing drug molecules for therapy with carbon monoxide
Carlos C. Romão;Walter A. Blättler;João D. Seixas;Gonçalo J. L. Bernardes.
Chemical Society Reviews (2012)
Octahedral bipyridine and bipyrimidine dioxomolybdenum(VI) complexes: characterization, application in catalytic epoxidation, and density functional mechanistic study.
Fritz E. Kühn;Michelle Groarke;Éva Bencze;Eberhardt Herdtweck.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2002)
A Simple Entry to (η5-C5R5)chlorodioxomolybdenum(VI) Complexes (R = H, CH3, CH2Ph) and Their Use as Olefin Epoxidation Catalysts
Marta Abrantes;Ana M. Santos;Janos Mink;Fritz E. KüHN.
MCM-41 functionalized with bipyridyl groups and its use as a support for oxomolybdenum(VI) catalysts
Carla D. Nunes;Anabela A. Valente;Martyn Pillinger;Ana C. Fernandes.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2002)
Multiple bonds between main-group elements and transition metals. 113. Simple and efficient synthesis of methyltrioxorhenium(VII): a general method
Wolfgang A. Herrmann;Fritz E. Kuehn;Richard W. Fischer;Werner R. Thiel.
Inorganic Chemistry (1992)
Antimicrobial Action of Carbon Monoxide-Releasing Compounds
Lígia S. Nobre;João D. Seixas;Carlos C. Romão;Lígia M. Saraiva.
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (2007)
A novel method for the reduction of sulfoxides and pyridine N-oxides with the system silane/MoO2Cl2
Ana C. Fernandes;Carlos C. Romão.
Highly Chemo- and Regioselective Reduction of Aromatic Nitro Compounds Using the System Silane/Oxo-Rhenium Complexes
Rita G de Noronha;Carlos C Romão;Ana C Fernandes.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2009)
The nature of the indenyl effect
Maria José Calhorda;Carlos C. Romão;Luis F. Veiros.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2002)
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