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Harding S.L.,CSIRO | Marcuccio S.M.,Advanced Molecular Technologies Pty Ltd | Savage G.P.,CSIRO
Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry | Year: 2012

An aryl substrate with dual functionality consisting of a nitrile oxide and a pinacolyl boronate ester was prepared by mild hypervalent iodine oxidation (diacetoxyiodobenzene) of the corresponding aldoxime, without decomposition of the boronate functionality. The nitrile oxide was trapped in situ with a variety of dipolarophiles to yield aryl isoxazolines with the boronate ester function intact and available for subsequent reaction. © 2012 Harding et al.


Marcuccio S.M.,CSIRO | Marcuccio S.M.,Advanced Molecular Technologies Pty Ltd. | Turner K.A.,CSIRO
Australian Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2016

Analysis of the products of the previously reported conditions for the preparation of crystalline methylenedigallic acids from gallic acid has revealed that the water-insoluble acid is a tetrahomodioxacalix[4]arene and the water-soluble acid is a trimeric species. © CSIRO 2016.


Marcuccio S.M.,La Trobe University | Marcuccio S.M.,Advanced Molecular Technologies Pty Ltd | Epa R.,La Trobe University | Moslmani M.,Advanced Molecular Technologies Pty Ltd | Hughes A.B.,Advanced Molecular Technologies Pty Ltd
Tetrahedron Letters | Year: 2011

Various parameters in the Hiyama cross-coupling reaction of HOMSi® reagents with ethyl bromobenzoate were studied. These included solvent, ligand, palladium source, and added water. DMF and THF were found to be excellent solvents. Palladium chloride was found to be the best palladium source and no added water was required. The use of tri-o-tolylphosphine as the ligand proved to be particularly effective. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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