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TPGS-750-M: Second-Generation Amphiphile for Organometallic Chemistry in Water at Room Temperature
Lipshutz and co-workers have recently developed a second generation technology to their original PTS-enabling surfactant based on the polyoxyethanyl-α-tocopheryl succinate derivative, TPGS-750-M.
Salen Ligands
Salen Ligands: In 1990, Jacobsen and Katsuki independently published the first reports of salen used as ligands with manganese for asymmetric epoxidation reactions.
Asymmetric Allylboration Using Ipc2B(allyl)
Asymmetric allylboration of aldehydes is an extremely important method for preparation of homoallylic alcohols, as evidenced in numerous complex natural product syntheses.
Solvias® Ligand Portfolio for Enantioselective Hydrogenation
Solvias® Ligand Portfolio for Enantioselective Hydrogenation
Solvias MeOBIPHEP Ligands: State-of-the-art atropisomeric MeOBIPHEP ligands, also referred to as MeO-BIPHEP, originally developed by Roche, have an extraordinarily broad performance profile for many synthetic applications due to their modular ligand design.
Cationic Gold(I) Complexes Based on Bulky Phosphine Ligands: New Opportunity for Efficient Gold Catalysis
Cationic Gold(I) Complexes Based on Bulky Phosphine Ligands: New Opportunity for Efficient Gold Catalysis
Carbohydrate-Catalyzed Enantioselective Alkene Diboration
Enantioselective alkene diboration is a valuable strategy for transforming unsaturated hydrocarbons into useful chiral building blocks.
Hydrosilylation Catalyst
A Highly Efficient Hydrosilylation Catalyst, sigma-aldrich is pleased to offer [Cp*Ru(MeCN)3]PF6, as well as a number of other catalysts for hydrosilylation.
N-Heterocyclic Carbene (NHC) Ligands
Emerging class of privileged ligands
EnCat™ & Other Catalysts
We offer EnCat and a variety of transition metal-based encapsulated catalysts for applications in areas such as Suzuki, Stille, and Heck couplings, carbonylations, hydrogenation, hydrogenolysis, and dihydroxylation.
DalPhos Ligands
DalPhos is air-stable and contains the bulky di(1-adamantyl)phosphino [P(1-Ad)2] fragment. These ligands are useful in Pd-catalyzed C-N and C-C bond formation. Both Me-DalPhos and Mor-DalPhos allow for Pd-catalyzed ammonia, hydrazine and acetone cross-coupling with good functional group tolerance
Jamison Nickel (II) Precatalysts
The Jamison group has developed a library of bench-stable phosphine-containing nickel(II) precatalysts that are converted into active catalysts in situ.
Palladacycle Coupling Catalysts
Palladacyclic catalysts developed by Bedford’s group are examples of a select group of catalysts capable of affecting a variety of coupling reactions using difficult to activate aryl chlorides at very low catalyst loadings.
Kwon Phosphines: P-Chiral Monodentate Phosphines from Hydroxyproline
Chiral phosphines have been the staple ligands for asymmetric transition metal catalysis and more recently operate as catalysts in organic phosphinocatalysis.
NHC-based Palladium Catalysts
In collaboration with Umicore AG and Co.,1 we are pleased to offer a series of robust Pd(II) and Pd(0) complexes employed as the linchpin in C–C bond forming reactions.
Shvo’s Catalyst
C2-symmetric chiral bisoxazolines (BOX) ligands
C2-symmetric chiral bisoxazolines (BOX) ligands
P-Phos, PhanePhos and BoPhoz™ Ligands
The P-Phos ligand family was developed by Professor Chan of Hong Kong Polytechnic University and licensed to JM CCT in 2002. P-Phos is an atropisomeric biaryl bisphosphine with the unique feature of incorporating two methoxy-substituted pyridine rings in the backbone.
C-O Cross-Coupling of Activated Aryl and Heteroaryl Halides with Aliphatic Alcohols
JosiPhos CyPF-tBu and palladium give catalyst for alkoxylation of activated heteroaryl halides with primary, secondary, and tertiary alcohols
Suzuki–Miyaura Coupling Reagents
This brochure contains a comprehensive selection of boronic acids, boronic acid esters, diboron esters, and transition-metal catalysts useful for the Suzuki–Miyaura coupling reaction
Jørgensen’s Organocatalysts
Professor Karl Anker Jørgensen and his group have developed ethers which serve as excellent chiral organocatalysts in the direct asymmetric α-functionalization of aldehydes.
Nok – Third-Generation Amphiphile for Cross-Coupling Chemistry in Water
Micellular catalysis has provided the ability to carry out several commonly used transformations used in the synthetic community to be carried out in water.
Takasago Ligands
Hydrogenation, Asymmetric Catalysis, Binap, SEGPHOS®, Aldol reaction, Alkenylation, Arylation, Mannich reaction, Fluorination, Michael addition, Hydrosilylation, Cycloaddition, Takasago
Umicore Precatalysts
We are happy to offer a series of precatalysts for asymmetric catalysis and Pd based cross coupling catalysis. Our partnership with Umicore allows us to offer a portfolio of metal complexes with batch-to-batch consistency for a plethora of catalytic reactions.
KitAlysis™ High-Throughput Copper C-N Cross-Coupling Reaction Screening Kit
Materials included in your KITALYSIS-CUCN-2PK High-Throughput Screening Kit
N-Heterocyclic Carbene (NHC) Ligands
Rapid progress in cross-coupling reactions of unactivated substrates catalyzed by metal complexes has transformed the chemical market-place through introduction of an extensive library of achiral and chiral phosphine ligands.
A-Phos Palladium Complexes for Efficient Suzuki Coupling
Palladium-catalyzed Cross-coupling Reactions
A variety of palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions can be run under mild room temperature conditions in water with TPGS- 750-M, using a variety of commercially available palladium complexes and ligands.
Hayashi Catalysts
We pleased to offer the latest technology from Hayashi, including both the pre-catalysts.
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