Wang Research Group: Organic synthesis and catalysis
Fifth floor, Chevron Science Center
Department of Chemistry
Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences • University of Pittsburgh
Update: 2020-10-16: The group’s synthetic and mechanistic work on iron-catalyzed coupling of alkenes and alkynes to tetrahydroisoquinoline derivatives has been published in Chem. Sci. (Featured as a Hot Article by reviewers): Iron-Catalyzed α-C–H functionalization of π-Bonds: Cross-Dehydrogenative Coupling and Mechanistic Insights
Congrats to Yidong, Jin, Rui, and Haley!
Update 2020-8-15: The group’s work on iron catalysis has been abstracted by the Organic Chemistry Portal: α-C-H Functionalization of π-Bonds Using Iron Complexes: Catalytic Hydroxyalkylation of Alkynes and Alkenes
Update 2020-6-2: The group’s work on hydrofluorination has been published in ACIE: Stereodivergent Alkyne Hydrofluorination Using Protic Tetrafluoroborates as Tunable Reagents
Congrats to Rui, Hengye, Paul, Ruihan, and our collaborator Xiaotian from the P. Liu group!
Update 2020-3-18: The group’s work on iron catalysis has been highlighted by Synform: Synform Literature Coverage (2020/04 Issue)
Update 2020-2-22: The group’s work on iron catalysis has been highlighted by Synfacts: Iron-Catalyzed Allylic and Propargylic C–H Functionalization for the Formation of C–C Bonds
Update 2020-1-15: New group picture: first-year graduate students James, Ruihan, and Sarah joined the group.
Update 2019-12-4: The group’s first independent project has been published in JACS: α-C–H Functionalization of π-Bonds Using Iron Complexes: Catalytic Hydroxyalkylation of Alkynes and Alkenes
Congrats to Yidong, Jin, Austin, and Haley!
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Mailing address: 326 Chevron Science Center, 219 Parkman Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15260