The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Medicinal chemistry, Ruthenium, Photochemistry, Carbene and Catalysis. His Medicinal chemistry study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Transmetalation. The various areas that Michael K. Whittlesey examines in his Ruthenium study include Transition metal carbene complex, IMes, Ligand and Regioselectivity.
His research integrates issues of Formate, Propene, Transition metal, Alkyl and Carbon dioxide in his study of Photochemistry. Michael K. Whittlesey has included themes like Hydride, Nickel, Inorganic chemistry, Crystal structure and Density functional theory in his Carbene study. In his study, Cascade reaction is strongly linked to Wittig reaction, which falls under the umbrella field of Catalysis.
Michael K. Whittlesey mainly focuses on Medicinal chemistry, Ruthenium, Carbene, Catalysis and Photochemistry. His Medicinal chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydride, Ligand, Reactivity, Stereochemistry and IMes. The subject of his Ruthenium research is within the realm of Organic chemistry.
His Carbene research also works with subjects such as
Michael K. Whittlesey mainly investigates Medicinal chemistry, Reactivity, Catalysis, Carbene and Crystallography. He combines subjects such as Protonolysis, Ligand, Aryl and Hydride with his study of Medicinal chemistry. His studies in Reactivity integrate themes in fields like Zinc, Reductive elimination, Migratory insertion and Ruthenium.
His Ruthenium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Substituent and IMes. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ring, Metal and Stereochemistry. His work in the fields of Crystallography, such as Crystal structure, intersects with other areas such as Spectroscopy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Medicinal chemistry, Stereochemistry, Catalysis, Copper and Ring. His Medicinal chemistry research includes themes of Protonolysis, Hydride, Lewis acids and bases and Carbene. His studies deal with areas such as Oxidative addition, Stoichiometry and Catalytic transfer hydrogenation as well as Carbene.
The Stereochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Chromium, Transition metal carbene complex, Nucleophile and Ring size. The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Photochemistry, Reactivity and Metal. He focuses mostly in the field of Regioselectivity, narrowing it down to matters related to Hydrodefluorination and, in some cases, Ruthenium, Structural isomer, IMes, Density functional theory and Chemoselectivity.
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Transition metal catalysed reactions of alcohols using borrowing hydrogen methodology
Tracy D. Nixon;Michael K. Whittlesey;Jonathan M. J. Williams.
Dalton Transactions (2009)
Ruthenium-Catalyzed Meta Sulfonation of 2-Phenylpyridines
Ourida Saidi;Jameel Marafie;Araminta E. W. Ledger;Po Man Liu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
C-C and C-H bond activation reactions in N-heterocyclic carbene complexes of ruthenium.
Rodolphe F R Jazzar;Stuart A Macgregor;Mary F Mahon;Stephen P Richards.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
C-H activation reactions of ruthenium N-heterocyclic carbene complexes: application in a catalytic tandem reaction involving C-C bond formation from alcohols.
Suzanne Burling;Belinda M Paine;Devendrababu Nama;Victoria S Brown.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007)
Synthesis, Electronic Structure, and Magnetism of [Ni(6-Mes)2]+: A Two-Coordinate Nickel(I) Complex Stabilized by Bulky N-Heterocyclic Carbenes
Rebecca C. Poulten;Michael J. Page;Andrés G. Algarra;Jennifer J. Le Roy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2013)
Ruthenium induced C-N bond activation of an N-heterocyclic carbene: isolation of C- and N-bound tautomers.
Suzanne Burling;Mary F Mahon;Rachael E Powell;Michael K Whittlesey.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Borrowing hydrogen: A catalytic route to C-C bond formation from alcohols
Michael G Edwards;Rodolphe F R Jazzar;Belinda M Paine;Duncan J Shermer.
Chemical Communications (2004)
Catalytic Hydrodefluorination of Aromatic Fluorocarbons by Ruthenium N-Heterocyclic Carbene Complexes
Steven P Reade;Mary F Mahon;Michael K Whittlesey.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Abnormally Bound N‐Heterocyclic Carbene Complexes of Ruthenium: C ? H Activation of Both C4 and C5 Positions in the Same Ligand
Charles E. Ellul;Mary F. Mahon;Olly Saker;Michael K. Whittlesey.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Direct and transfer hydrogenation of ketones and imines with a ruthenium N-heterocyclic carbene complex
Suzanne Burling;Michael K. Whittlesey;Jonathan M. J. Williams.
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis (2005)
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