Luis A. Oro spends much of his time researching Catalysis, Stereochemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Iridium and Rhodium. As a part of the same scientific study, Luis A. Oro usually deals with the Catalysis, concentrating on Polymer chemistry and frequently concerns with Optically active. Luis A. Oro combines subjects such as Ruthenium, Crystallography, Crystal structure, Ligand and Molecule with his study of Stereochemistry.
The Medicinal chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Osmium, Hydride, Triisopropylphosphine, Phenylacetylene and Reactivity. His work deals with themes such as Cyclooctadiene, Triphenylarsine, Metal and Silylation, which intersect with Iridium. Luis A. Oro has researched Rhodium in several fields, including Inorganic chemistry, Cationic polymerization, Platinum and Pyridine.
His main research concerns Medicinal chemistry, Stereochemistry, Rhodium, Catalysis and Iridium. The study incorporates disciplines such as Oxidative addition, Reactivity, Triphenylphosphine and Carbene in addition to Medicinal chemistry. His Stereochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Molecule, Ligand, Crystal structure and Ruthenium.
His Rhodium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Denticity, Metal, Inorganic chemistry, Cationic polymerization and Bicyclic molecule. Catalysis is a subfield of Organic chemistry that Luis A. Oro investigates. His studies deal with areas such as Photochemistry, Carbon monoxide and Silylation as well as Iridium.
Luis A. Oro focuses on Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Iridium, Organic chemistry and Ligand. He works mostly in the field of Catalysis, limiting it down to topics relating to Polymer chemistry and, in certain cases, Polymerization, as a part of the same area of interest. His Medicinal chemistry research integrates issues from Reactivity, Moiety, Stereochemistry and Carbene.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Oxidative addition, Cationic polymerization and Heterolysis. His Iridium research includes themes of Hydrogen, Molecule, Carbon nanotube, Cyclohexanone and Transfer hydrogenation. His work on Transition metal, Metal, Phenylacetylene and Selectivity as part of general Organic chemistry research is often related to Christian ministry, thus linking different fields of science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Iridium and Carbene. His work carried out in the field of Catalysis brings together such families of science as Ligand and Stereochemistry. When carried out as part of a general Organic chemistry research project, his work on Transition metal, Selectivity and Hydride is frequently linked to work in Christian ministry, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Luis A. Oro interconnects Reactivity, Alkene, Silylation and Amine gas treating in the investigation of issues within Medicinal chemistry. His Iridium study incorporates themes from Cyclohexanone, Hydrolysis, Cyclooctene and Activation energy. His Carbene research incorporates elements of Pyridine and Transfer hydrogenation.
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Transition metal liquid crystals: advanced materials within the reach of the coordination chemist
Pablo Espinet;Miguel A. Esteruelas;Luis A. Oro;José Luis Serrano.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (1992)
Metal clusters in chemistry
P Braunstein;L. A. Oro;P. R. Raithby.
Dinuclear Methoxy, Cyclooctadiene, and Barrelene Complexes of Rhodium(I) and Iridium(I)
R. Uson;L. A. Oro;J. A. Cabeza;H. E. Bryndza.
Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 23 (2007)
Dihydrogen Complexes as Homogeneous Reduction Catalysts
Miguel A. Esteruelas;Luis A. Oro.
Chemical Reviews (1998)
Iridium Complexes with N-Allyl-Substituted Benzimidazol-2-ylidene Ligands and Their Application in Catalytic Transfer Hydrogenation
F. Ekkehardt Hahn;Christian Holtgrewe;Tania Pape;Marta Martin.
Rhodium(I) Complexes with Hemilabile N-Heterocyclic Carbenes: Efficient Alkyne Hydrosilylation Catalysts
M. Victoria Jiménez;Jesús J. Pérez-Torrente;M. Isabel Bartolomé;Verena Gierz.
Homogeneous catalytic reduction of CO2 with hydrosilanes
Francisco J. Fernández-Alvarez;Abdullah M. Aitani;Luis A. Oro;Luis A. Oro.
Catalysis Science & Technology (2014)
Synthesis, reactivity, molecular structure, and catalytic activity of the novel dichlorodihydridoosmium(IV) complexes OsH2Cl2(Pr3)2 (Pr3 = P-i-Pr3, PMe-t-Bu2)
M. Aracama;M. A. Esteruelas;F. J. Lahoz;J. A. Lopez.
Inorganic Chemistry (1991)
Selective hydrogenation of 1-alkynes to alkenes catalyzed by an iron(II) cis-hydride .eta.2-dihydrogen complex. A case of intramolecular reaction between .eta.2-H2 and .sigma.-vinyl ligands
Claudio Bianchini;Andrea Meli;Maurizio Peruzzini;Piero Frediani.
Iridium complexes in organic synthesis
Luis A Oro;Carmen Claver.
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