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Chemistry & Biochemistry Seminar Series

Contributed by Paula Larsen on 10/18/20 

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Chemistry Department is pleased to host Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series Virtually, Tuesday’s at 12:10 pm. Please see Ithaca College Chemistry web page.

 https://www.ithaca.edu/academics/school-humanities-and-sciences/chemistry/chemistry-and-biochemistry-seminar-series

Guest Speaker Dr. Oleg Ozerov of Texas A&M University will be joining us on Tuesday, October 20th at 12:10 pm will present: 

New Chemistry With Boron And Aluminum In Pincers

Pincer complexes of late transition metals have been widely used in studies of stoichiometric and catalytic activation of carbon-hydrogen and carbon-heteroatom bonds.  Our group recently demonstrated the impressive potential of Ir pincer complexes in C-H bond borylation of terminal alkynes and arenes.  Studies of transformations that involve metal-boryl intermediates where the boryl group originates from a reagent have led us to consider alternative approaches to bond activation that incorporate boryl (and aluminyl) donors into supporting pincer ligands.  We have discovered that activation C-H and other bonds of heteroatom-containing substrates is possible with unique selectivities relying on the coordination of the heteroatom to the metal-bound boryl donor.  Current efforts are focused on the discovery of new reaction pathways and potential catalytic applications.

 

 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Paula Larsen at plarsen@ithaca.edu . We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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