Check out our latest progress below
Read about the catalytic potential and mechanistic investigations of molybdenum NHC complexes in nitroarene reductions in our latest Organometallics article.
See how functionalized ligands, e.g. phosphaureates can be build up using high-valent lanthanum(III) phosphide complexes as well as their further functionalisation to heterobimetallic complexes.
You want to know how well dipyrrin ligands and high-valent molybdenum(VI) complexes fit together? Check our our latest paper in Inorg Chem!
Two new papers on low-valent uranium chemistry featuring beta-diketiminiate and 4Cp supporting ligands. I am deeply thankful to everyone involved in these papers and made it possible for me conduct chemistry with my favorite element: Uranium"
Four uranium atoms, a square and a nitride. Read more in our recent Chem. Commun. article.
New research from the group. We are delighted that overall two papers have come out this month. One still from Stephan PhD time in the Sarkar group, the other one contains our seminal work on anilidophosphine ligands in lanthanide chemistry.
Check them out in the publications section.
Stephan moved to Innsbruck. I am very happy to be here and thanks to everyone from Uni Innsbruck for the warm welcome!
Our latest collaboration with the Arnold group and the Long group on bulky uranium sandwiches has been published in Inorg. Chem. I feel really delighted to have worked with every one of you on this project. Special thanks also to Micheal, Daniel and Fabian for all their efforts! Link
Stephan has received a call from the Leopold-Franzens-University in Innsbruck. The group will move in January 2020 to its new destination
We are happy to announce that Stephan has received a call from the Leopold-Franzens-University in Innsbruck, Austria. The group will be moving in early 2020. Stay tuned for more updates
We are delighted to announce that our recent contribution in Organometallics has been highlighted as a supplementory cover. Check out the article and cover here!
Our recent contribution on the use of new chelating mesoionic carbenes has been highlighted as the front cover on Dalton Transactions. I am very proud of my students for their fantastic work. Check out the article and cover here.