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Structural Dynamics and Stereoselectivity of Chiral Benzylideneamine N,C‐Chelate Borane Photo–Thermal Isomerization
New chiral N,C-chelate organoboron compounds based on benzylideneamines (bza) with the general formula of B(bza-R)Mes2 (R=H or Me; Mes=mesityl) are reported. A chiral substituent group R- or S-CH(CH3)Ph (Ph=phenyl) was ...
Planar Chiral Organoboranes with Thermoresponsive Emission and Circularly Polarized Luminescence: Integration of Pillararenes with Boron Chemistry
Enantiopure molecules based on macrocyclic architecture are unique for applications in enantioselective host‐guest recognition, chiral sensing and asymmetric catalysis. Taking advantage of chiral transfer from the intrinsically ...
Boron: Its role in energy related research and applications
Boron’s unique position in the periodic table, i.e. at the apex of the line separating metals and nonmetals, makes it highly versatile in chemical reactions and applications. Contemporary demand for renewable and clean ...
Dearomatizing and Derivatizing a Mesityl Group on Boron by One‐Pot Photoisomerization and [4+2] Diels–Alder Addition
Boron compounds having a conjugated chelate backbone (N,C‐chelate or C,C‐chelate) and two mesityl substituents on boron have been found to undergo a facile one‐pot transformation/reaction with dienophiles, which leads to ...
Intramolecular Borylation via Sequential B‐Mes Bond Cleavage for the Divergent Synthesis of B,N,B‐doped Benzohelicenes
New symmetric and unsymmetric B,N,B‐doped benzohelicenes 3 ‐ 6a/b have been achieved in good yields, using a three‐step process, starting from N(tolyl) 3 in a highly divergent manner (7 examples). A borinic acid ...