Development of new hydroamination catalysts published in ACS Catalysis
Thanks to a grant from the Peder Sather Center for Advanced Studies, in the summer of 2013 Alexandra E. Strom (now at the Jamison group in the MIT) visited Oslo for 3 months with the aim of learning computational chemistry. This evolved into a long and challenging project involving both theory and experiments. The mechanistic model found in these studies has allowed for the development of new rhodium catalysts supported by aryl-phosphine ligands for the intramolecular hydroamination reaction. This work was co-supervised by Prof. John Hartwig at UC Berkeley and was recently published in the ACS Catalysis journal. Congratulations Allie!
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