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Organic chemistry

G. Richard Stephenson, 23/08/2010

NMR studies of organocatalysis
Asymmetric organocatalysis is a contemporary research focus with an interesting past. Many of the classic examples still lack a detailed mechanistic explanation.


Kevin Burgess, 23/08/2010

Metallopeptide-based dirhodium catalysts
In a series of papers, the latest of which is J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2010, 132, 9289, Ball has made it possible to complex dirhodium complexes with carboxylic acid side-chains on peptides, for example, those from aspartic acid residues (D).