Yaseen Qawasmi

Yaseen Qawasmi
Universität Stuttgart · Institute of Physical Chemistry

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The manifold applications of porous materials, such as in storage, separation, and catalysis, have led to an enormous interest in their cost-efficient preparation. A promising strategy to obtain porous materials with adjustable pore size and morphology is to use templates exhibiting the appropriate nanostructure. In this study, close-packed polysty...
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The influence of nuclearity and charge of chiral Rh diene complexes on the activity and enantioselectivity in catalytic asymmetric 1,2-additions of organoboron reagents to N-tosylimines and 1,4-additions to enones was investigated. For this purpose, cationic dimeric Rh(I) complex [(Rh(1))2Cl]SbF6 and cationic monomeric Rh(I) complex [RhOH2(2)]SbF6...
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Improved reaction rate and enantioselectivity of Rh‐catalyzed asymmetric 1,2‐additions of phenylboroxine to N‐tosylimine was realized when the conventional solutions were replaced by microemulsions stabilized by hydrophilic sugar surfactants containing equal amounts of H2O/KOH and toluene/reactants. The norbornadiene ligands on the catalyst differ...
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The role of liquid confinement on the asymmetric Rh catalysis was studied using the 1,2‐addition of phenylboroxine 2 to N‐tosylimine 1 in the presence of [RhCl(C2H4)2]2 and chiral diene ligands as benchmark reaction. To get access to Rh complexes of different polarity, enantiomerically pure C2‐symmetric p‐substituted 3,6‐diphenylbicyclo[3.3.0]octad...

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