2022 - Research.com Chemistry in Germany Leader Award
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Ruthenium, Combinatorial chemistry and Aryl. His research in Catalysis tackles topics such as Surface modification which are related to areas like Stoichiometry. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Organic chemistry, Cleavage, Ligand and Reactivity is strongly linked to Medicinal chemistry.
His Ruthenium research focuses on Oxidative phosphorylation and how it relates to Hydrogen bond and Metalation. His work is dedicated to discovering how Combinatorial chemistry, Transition metal are connected with Homogeneous catalysis and other disciplines. In his research on the topic of Aryl, Phosphorus is strongly related with Phosphine.
Lutz Ackermann mainly focuses on Catalysis, Combinatorial chemistry, Ruthenium, Organic chemistry and Medicinal chemistry. His work in Catalysis addresses subjects such as Aryl, which are connected to disciplines such as Phosphine. In his work, Annulation is strongly intertwined with Regioselectivity, which is a subfield of Combinatorial chemistry.
His Ruthenium research includes elements of C h bond, Oxidative phosphorylation, Carboxylate, Alkyne and Cationic polymerization. His research in Medicinal chemistry intersects with topics in Alkylation and Cleavage. His Palladium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rhodium and Phosphine oxide.
His primary areas of investigation include Catalysis, Combinatorial chemistry, Ruthenium, Cobalt and Medicinal chemistry. His study involves Alkyne, Transition metal, Palladium, Rhodium and Annulation, a branch of Catalysis. His Combinatorial chemistry research incorporates elements of Electrocatalyst, Selectivity and Regioselectivity.
Lutz Ackermann combines subjects such as Carboxylate, Stereochemistry and Surface modification with his study of Ruthenium. Lutz Ackermann interconnects Electrophile, Oxidative phosphorylation, Polymer chemistry, Reaction conditions and Electrosynthesis in the investigation of issues within Cobalt. Lutz Ackermann focuses mostly in the field of Electrosynthesis, narrowing it down to matters related to Reagent and, in some cases, Nickel.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Combinatorial chemistry, Cobalt, Ruthenium and Transition metal. Lutz Ackermann has included themes like Oxidative phosphorylation, Metal and Surface modification in his Catalysis study. His Combinatorial chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrocatalyst, Alkyne, Rhodium and Stoichiometry.
Carboxylic acid, Medicinal chemistry, Solvent and Amination is closely connected to Electrophile in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cobalt. Lutz Ackermann integrates many fields, such as Ruthenium and Substrate, in his works. His Transition metal study is concerned with Organic chemistry in general.
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Transition-metal-catalyzed direct arylation of (hetero)arenes by C-H bond cleavage.
Lutz Ackermann;RubÃ©n Vicente;AnantâR. Kapdi.
Angewandte Chemie (2009)
Carboxylate-assisted transition-metal-catalyzed C-H bond functionalizations: mechanism and scope.
Chemical Reviews (2011)
Carboxylate-assisted ruthenium-catalyzed alkyne annulations by C-H/Het-H bond functionalizations.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2014)
Cobalt-Catalyzed C―H Activation
Marc Moselage;Jie Li;Lutz Ackermann.
ACS Catalysis (2016)
3d Transition Metals for C-H Activation.
Parthasarathy Gandeepan;Thomas Müller;Daniel Zell;Gianpiero Cera.
Chemical Reviews (2019)
Weakly Coordinating Directing Groups for Ruthenium(II)‐ Catalyzed CH Activation
Suman De Sarkar;Weiping Liu;Sergei I. Kozhushkov;Lutz Ackermann.
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis (2014)
Übergangsmetallkatalysierte direkte Arylierungen von (Hetero)Arenen durch C‐H‐Bindungsbruch
Lutz Ackermann;Rubén Vicente;Anant R. Kapdi.
Angewandte Chemie (2009)
Comparative investigation of ruthenium-based metathesis catalysts bearing N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) ligands.
Alois Fürstner;Lutz Ackermann;Barbara Gabor;Richard Goddard.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2001)
Ruthenium Carbene Complexes with N,N‘-Bis(mesityl)imidazol-2-ylidene Ligands: RCM Catalysts of Extended Scope
Alois Furstner;Oliver R. Thiel;Lutz Ackermann;Hans-Joerg Schanz.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2000)
Ruthenium-catalyzed direct oxidative alkenylation of arenes through twofold C–H bond functionalization
Sergei I. Kozhushkov;Lutz Ackermann.
Chemical Science (2013)
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