• Professor Ei-ichi Negishi and Professor Paul Knochel

    Professor Ei-ichi Negishi and Professor Paul Knochel at a Thieme dinner in 2013, OMCOS 17, Fort Collins, USA

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Professor Ei-ichi Negishi

Professor Ei-ichi Negishi, received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2010 for the development of palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions, that allow for easy and efficient synthesis of complex organic compounds. Prof. Negishi contributed several chapters to Science of Synthesis related to this topic over the years (details below). He passed away in June 2021.

Contributions to Science of Synthesis:

  • Negishi, E.-i; Takahashi, T., In Science of Synthesis, Noyori, R.; Imamoto, T., Eds.; Thieme: Stuttgart, (2003); Vol. 2, p 681.
    [Volume 2: Compounds of Groups 7–3 (Mn•••,Cr•••, V•••,Ti•••,Sc•••,La•••,Ac•••); Section 2.11; Organometallic Complexes of Zirconium and Hafnium]

 

  • Negishi, E.-i; Wang, G., In Science of Synthesis, Trost, B. M.; Rawal, V. H.; Kozmin, S. A., Eds.; Thieme: Stuttgart, (2009); Vol. 46, p 239.
    (Volume 46: 1,3-Dienes; Section 46.6; Synthesis by Metal-Mediated Coupling Reactions)

 

  • Negishi, E.-i; Wang, G., In Science of Synthesis, Jacobsen, E. N.; de Meijere A., Eds.; Thieme: Stuttgart, (2010); Vol. 47b, p 909.
    (Volume 47b: Alkenes; Section 47.1.5.3; Hydrometalation and Subsequent Coupling Reactions)

 

  • Negishi, E.-i; Wang, G., In Science of Synthesis, Jacobsen, E. N.; de Meijere A., Eds.; Thieme: Stuttgart, (2010); Vol. 47b, p 971.
    (Volume 47b: Alkenes; Section 47.1.5.4; Carbometalation and Subsequent Coupling Reactions)

 

 

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