Organic Chemistry Laboratory

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Current Articles

1) G. Povie, Y. Segawa, T. Nishihara, Y. Miyauchi, and K. Itami, “Synthesis of a carbon nanobelt”, Science, 356, 172 (2017).

2) E. Ito, T. Fukushima, T. Kawakami, K. Murakami, and K. Itami, “Catalytic dehydrogenative C-H imidation of arenes enabled by photo-generated hole donation to sulfonimide”, Chem (Cell Press), 2, 383 (2017).

3) Y. Segawa, H. Ito, and K. Itami, “Structurally uniform and atomically precise carbon nanostructures”, Nature Rev. Mater., 1, 15002 (2016).

4) Y. Tsuchiya, M. Yoshimura, Y. Sato, K. Kuwata, S. Toh, D. Holbrook-Smith, H. Zhang, P. McCourt, K. Itami, T. Kinoshita, and S. Hagihara, “Probing strigolactone receptors in Striga hermonthica with fluorescence”, Science, 349, 864 (2015).

5) K. Muto, J. Yamaguchi, D. G. Musaev, and K. Itami, “Decarbonylative organoboron cross-coupling of esters by nickel catalysis”, Nature Commun., 6, 7508 (2015).

6) K. Ozaki, K. Kawasumi, M. Shibata, H. Ito, and K. Itami, “One-shot K-region-selective annulative π-extension for nanographene synthesis and functionalization”, Nature Commun., 6, 6251 (2015).

7) S. Suzuki, Y. Segawa, K. Itami, and J. Yamaguchi, “Synthesis and characterization of hexaarylbenzenes with five or six different substituents enabled by programmed synthesis,” Nature Chem., 7, 227-233 (2015).

8) K. Kawasumi, Q. Zhang, Y. Segawa, L. T. Scott, and K. Itami, “A grossly warped nanographene and the consequences of multiple odd-membered-ring defects,” Nature Chem., 5, 739-744 (2013).

9) H. Omachi, T. Nakayama, E. Takahashi, Y. Segawa, and K. Itami, “Initiation of carbon nanotube growth by well-defined carbon nanorings,” Nature Chem., 5, 572-576 (2013).

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