Metals in organic synthesis
This symposium will cover the use of metals in organic synthesis. The session is planned for the morning of Thursday, June 3rd.
This session is sponsored by Materia - "Delivering Solutions through Olefin Metathesis Catalyst Technology". Materia is a privately held corporation headquartered in Pasadena, California with additional manufacturing facilities in Huntsville, Texas.
- Prof. Steven T. Diver is Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Chemistry at SUNY Buffalo. He studies alkyne chemistry, such as alkyne metathesis and synthesis of enynes.
- Prof. Matthias Brewer, University of Vermont: "Lewis acid mediated ring fragmentations: A concise route to polycyclic 2,5-dihydropyrroles from α-silyloxy ketones".
- Prof. Kian Tan, Boston College: "Regio- and Stereoselective Hydroformylation Using a Catalytic Directing Group".
- Prof. Daniel Clark, Syracuse University: "Transformations utilizing ruthenium hydrides for the synthesis of conjugated systems".
- Ms. Monissa Paderes (Chemler group), University at Buffalo: "Mechanism of the copper-promoted intramolecular aminooxygenation of alkenes".
- Mr. Derek Schipper (research group of the late Prof. Keith Fagnou), University of Ottawa.
|Prof. Tan||Prof. Clark||Ms. Paderes||Mr. Schipper||Prof. Brewer|
Thursday, June 3, 9:00 AM - 12:20 PM
Organic Chemistry- Session A, Metals in Organic Synthesis
- Kellas 104
Organizers: Steven Diver, Fehmi Damkaci
Presider: Steven Diver
9:00 Introductory Remarks
9:05 171 Transformations Utilizing Ruthenium Hydrides for the Synthesis of Conjugated Systems. Daniel A. Clark, Syracuse University
9:30 172 Mechanism of the Copper-Promoted Intramolecular Aminooxygenation of Alkenes. Monissa C. Paderes, Jerome B. Keister and Sherry R. Chemler, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
9:55 173 Regio- and Stereoselective Hydroformylation Using a Catalytic Directing Group. Kian Tan, Boston College
10:45 174 Asymmetric Ring-Expanding Enyne Metathesis. William S. Karnofel and Steven T. Diver, University at Buffalo
11:10 175 Lewis Acid Mediated Ring Fragmentations: A Concise Route to Polycyclic 2,5-Dihydropyrroles from a-SilyloxyKetones. Matthias Brewer, Qiufeng Huang, Cristian Draghici and Ali Bayir, The University of Vermont
11:50 176 Rhodium(III)-Catalyzed Intermolecular Hydroarylation of Alkynes. Derek J. Schipper, Marieke Hutchinson and Keith Fagnou, University of Ottawa12:15 Concluding Remarks