Rene M. Koenigs
Rene M. Koenigs
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Unifying metal and Brønsted acid catalysis—concepts, mechanisms, and classifications
M Rueping, RM Koenigs, I Atodiresei
Chemistry–A European Journal 16 (31), 9350-9365, 2010
Dual catalysis: combining photoredox and Lewis base catalysis for direct Mannich reactions
M Rueping, C Vila, RM Koenigs, K Poscharny, DC Fabry
Chemical Communications 47 (8), 2360-2362, 2011
Photoredox catalyzed C–P bond forming reactions—visible light mediated oxidative phosphonylations of amines
M Rueping, S Zhu, RM Koenigs
Chemical Communications 47 (30), 8679-8681, 2011
Dual Catalysis: Combination of Photocatalytic Aerobic Oxidation and Metal Catalyzed Alkynylation Reactions—C C Bond Formation Using Visible Light
M Rueping, RM Koenigs, K Poscharny, DC Fabry, D Leonori, C Vila
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (17), 5170-5174, 2012
Light‐Mediated Heterogeneous Cross Dehydrogenative Coupling Reactions: Metal Oxides as Efficient, Recyclable, Photoredox Catalysts in C C Bond‐Forming Reactions
M Rueping, J Zoller, DC Fabry, K Poscharny, RM Koenigs, TE Weirich, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (12), 3478-3481, 2012
Visible-light photoredox catalyzed oxidative Strecker reaction
M Rueping, S Zhu, RM Koenigs
Chemical Communications 47 (47), 12709-12711, 2011
Highly Enantioselective Organocatalytic Carbonyl‐Ene Reaction with Strongly Acidic, Chiral Brønsted Acids as Efficient Catalysts
M Rueping, T Theissmann, A Kuenkel, RM Koenigs
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (36), 6798-6801, 2008
Blue‐Light‐Induced Carbene‐Transfer Reactions of Diazoalkanes
R Hommelsheim, Y Guo, Z Yang, C Empel, RM Koenigs
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 58 (4), 1203-1207, 2019
Visible light-promoted reactions with diazo compounds: a mild and practical strategy towards free carbene intermediates
Z Yang, ML Stivanin, ID Jurberg, RM Koenigs
Chemical Society Reviews 49 (19), 6833-6847, 2020
Photoredox catalysis as an efficient tool for the aerobic oxidation of amines and alcohols: Bioinspired demethylations and condensations
M Rueping, C Vila, A Szadkowska, RM Koenigs, J Fronert
ACS Catalysis 2 (12), 2810-2815, 2012
Synthesis and Structural Aspects of N‐Triflylphosphoramides and Their Calcium Salts—Highly Acidic and Effective Brønsted Acids
M Rueping, BJ Nachtsheim, RM Koenigs, W Ieawsuwan
Chemistry–A European Journal 16 (44), 13116-13126, 2010
Fluorinated diazoalkanes–a versatile class of reagents for the synthesis of fluorinated compounds
L Mertens, RM Koenigs
Organic & biomolecular chemistry 14 (45), 10547-10556, 2016
Fluoroalkyl‐Substituted Diazomethanes and Their Application in a General Synthesis of Pyrazoles and Pyrazolines
L Mertens, KJ Hock, RM Koenigs
Chemistry–A European Journal 22 (28), 9542-9545, 2016
First highly enantioselective synthesis of benzodiazepinones by catalytic hydrogenation
M Rueping, E Merino, RM Koenigs
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 352 (14‐15), 2629-2634, 2010
Tryptamine Synthesis by Iron Porphyrin Catalyzed C− H Functionalization of Indoles with Diazoacetonitrile
KJ Hock, A Knorrscheidt, R Hommelsheim, J Ho, MJ Weissenborn, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 58 (11), 3630-3634, 2019
Enantioselective [2, 3]‐Sigmatropic Rearrangements: Metal‐Bound or Free Ylides as Reaction Intermediates?
KJ Hock, RM Koenigs
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56 (44), 13566-13568, 2017
Brønsted acid differentiated metal catalysis by kinetic discrimination
M Rueping, RM Koenigs
Chemical Communications 47 (1), 304-306, 2011
Photochemical ring expansion reactions: synthesis of tetrahydrofuran derivatives and mechanism studies
S Jana, Z Yang, C Pei, X Xu, RM Koenigs
Chemical Science 10 (43), 10129-10134, 2019
Photoinduced Proton‐Transfer Reactions for Mild O‐H Functionalization of Unreactive Alcohols
S Jana, Z Yang, F Li, C Empel, J Ho, RM Koenigs
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 59 (14), 5562-5566, 2020
The Generation of Diazo Compounds in Continuous‐Flow
KJ Hock, RM Koenigs
Chemistry–A European Journal 24 (42), 10571-10583, 2018
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