Noyori Laboratory

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  • 触媒・反応剤や新しいタイプの反応などの研究に基づく 効果的合成法の創案
  • 構造的に興味ある化合物の合成
  • 重要化合物の真に効率的な合成
  • 化学合成による有用な物性や新機能をもつ物質の発見と創出
  • 生物的現象および生理活性の分子レベルにおける解明
Noyori Laboratory
Noyori Materials Science Laboratory / 5F,7F

Current Articles

1) K. Iida, T. Miura, J. Ando, and S. Saito, “The Dual Role of Ruthenium and Alkali Base Catalysts in Enabling a Conceptually New Shortcut to N-Unsubstituted Pyrroles through Unmasked α-Amino Aldehydes,” Org. Lett., 15 (2013), in press.

2) T. Miura, I. E. Held, S. Oishi, M. Naruto, and S. Saito. “Catalytic Hydrogenation of Unactivated Amides Enabled by Hydrogenation of Catalyst Precursor,” Tetrahedron Lett., 54, (2013), in press.

3) Y. Takada, A. Matsuoka, Y. Du, H. Naka, and S. Saito, “Acetals of N,N-Dimethylformamides: Ambiphilic Behavior in Converting Carbon Dioxide to Dialkyl Carbonates,” Chem. Lett., 42, 146–147 (2013).

4) T. Tachinami, T. Nishimura, R. Ushimaru, R. Noyori, and H. Naka, “Hydration of Terminal Alkynes Catalyzed by Water-Solubule Cobalt Porphyrin Complexes,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 135, 50–53 (2013).

5) R. Noyori, “Facts are the Enemy of Truth–Reflections on Serendipitous Discovery and Unforeseen Developments in Asymmetric Catalysis,” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 52, 79−92 (2013).

6) R. Noyori and J. P. Richmond, “Ethical Conduct in Chemical Research and Publishing,” Adv. Synth. Catal., 355, 3–9 (2013).

7) S. Oishi and S. Saito, “Double Molecular Recognition with Aminoorganoboron Complexes: Selective Alcoholysis of β-Dicarbonyl Derivatives,” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 51, 5395–5399 (2012).

8) S. W. Foo, S. Oishi, and S. Saito, “Aldol Condensation of Amides Using Phosphazene-based Catalysis,” Tetrahedron Lett., 53, 5445–5448 (2012).

9) Y. Zhao, S. W. Foo, and S. Saito, “Fe/Amino Acid-Catalyzed Direct N-Alkylation of Amines with Alcohols,” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 50, 3006–3009 (2011).

10) A. Goto, H. Naka, R. Noyori, and S. Saito, “One-Pot Nitrile Aldolization/Hydration Operation Giving β-Hydroxy Carboxamides,” Chem. Asian J., 6, 1740–1743 (2011).

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