2020 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
Cathleen M. Crudden mainly focuses on Organic chemistry, Catalysis, Carbene, Palladium and Coupling reaction. Her studies in Catalysis integrate themes in fields like Reagent, Surface modification and Boranes. Her research integrates issues of Combinatorial chemistry, Nanoparticle and Solid-state chemistry in her study of Surface modification.
The concepts of her Carbene study are interwoven with issues in Single bond, Nanoclusters, Rhodium, Photochemistry and Mesoionic. The Palladium study combines topics in areas such as Inorganic chemistry and Aryl. Her work focuses on many connections between Coupling reaction and other disciplines, such as Phosphine, that overlap with her field of interest in Computational chemistry, Metal–ligand multiple bond and Metathesis.
Cathleen M. Crudden mostly deals with Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Carbene, Combinatorial chemistry and Rhodium. Her Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Polymer chemistry, Sulfone and Medicinal chemistry. Her study involves Enantioselective synthesis, Coupling reaction, Mesoporous material, Aryl and Mesoporous organosilica, a branch of Organic chemistry.
Her Coupling reaction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electrophile, Allylic rearrangement and Stereochemistry. The various areas that Cathleen M. Crudden examines in her Carbene study include Thiol, Monolayer, Ligand, Photochemistry and Metal. Cathleen M. Crudden interconnects Denticity, Reactivity and Regioselectivity in the investigation of issues within Rhodium.
Her primary areas of study are Combinatorial chemistry, Catalysis, Carbene, Metal and Sulfone. She has included themes like Ramberg–Bäcklund reaction, Alkyl and Phase in her Combinatorial chemistry study. Cathleen M. Crudden focuses mostly in the field of Catalysis, narrowing it down to topics relating to Solid-state chemistry and, in certain cases, Surface modification, Carbon, Self-assembled monolayer and Biosensor.
Her Carbene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Crystallography, Denticity, Ligand and Density functional theory. Her research in Metal intersects with topics in Nanoclusters and Copper. Cathleen M. Crudden studied Sulfone and Coupling that intersect with Carbon monoxide, Photochemistry and Molecule.
Cathleen M. Crudden mainly investigates Catalysis, Crystallography, Ligand, Nanoclusters and Combinatorial chemistry. Cathleen M. Crudden integrates Catalysis and Sulfonate in her studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gold cluster, Magic number, Metal and Carbene in addition to Crystallography.
Her Ligand research integrates issues from Single bond, Superatom, Density functional theory, Band gap and Phosphine. Her study in Combinatorial chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanoparticle, Surface modification and Solid-state chemistry.
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Stability and reactivity of N-heterocyclic carbene complexes
Cathleen M. Crudden;Daryl P. Allen.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2004)
Mercaptopropyl-Modified Mesoporous Silica: A Remarkable Support for the Preparation of a Reusable, Heterogeneous Palladium Catalyst for Coupling Reactions
Cathleen M. Crudden;Mutyala Sateesh;Roxanne Lewis.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Catalytic Asymmetric Hydroboration: Recent Advances and Applications in Carbon−Carbon Bond‐Forming Reactions
Cathleen M. Crudden;David Edwards.
European Journal of Organic Chemistry (2003)
Ultra stable self-assembled monolayers of N-heterocyclic carbenes on gold
Cathleen M. Crudden;J. Hugh Horton;Iraklii I. Ebralidze;Olena V. Zenkina.
Nature Chemistry (2014)
Cross coupling reactions of chiral secondary organoboronic esters with retention of configuration.
Daisuke Imao;Ben W. Glasspoole;Véronique S. Laberge;Cathleen M. Crudden.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
N-Heterocyclic Carbenes in Materials Chemistry.
Christene A Smith;Mina R Narouz;Paul A Lummis;Ishwar Singh.
Chemical Reviews (2019)
Catalytic Epoxidation of Alkenes with Oxone. 2. Fluoro Ketones.
Scott E. Denmark;Zhicai Wu;Cathleen M. Crudden;Hayao Matsuhashi.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1997)
Regio- and Enantiocontrol in the Room-Temperature Hydroboration of Vinyl Arenes with Pinacol Borane
Cathleen M. Crudden;Yonek B. Hleba;Austin C. Chen.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
N-heterocyclic carbene-functionalized magic-number gold nanoclusters.
Mina R. Narouz;Kimberly M. Osten;Phillip J. Unsworth;Renee W. Y. Man.
Nature Chemistry (2019)
Mesoporous silica-supported Pd catalysts: An investigation into structure, activity, leaching and heterogeneity
Jonathan D. Webb;Stephanie MacQuarrie;Kevin McEleney;Cathleen M. Crudden.
Journal of Catalysis (2007)
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