What's new in October
Publications, visitors, conferences and saying farewell ...
New publications from the Orthaber group
Silver coordination polymers using the tetratopic BDF-H2 ligand (Eur. J. I. C.) and unexpected chloroarsine chemistry (P, S, Si and rel. El.).
Heavier pnictogens – treasures for optical electronic and reactivity tuning
The Orthaber group has boarded the front cover of this week’s issue of Dalton Transactions, with a Hot invited Frontier article on the Treasures of the Heavier Pnictogens (DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00574A).
Honoring P-chemists Prof. E. Niecke and Prof. K.Lammertsma
Special Issue in hoinor of the birthday boys Koop Lammertsma and Edgar Niecke with contributions from the Ott group and the Orthaber group is out.
The most shamazing news!
Muhamad Anwar Shameem defended his thesis in front of faculty opponent Prof. R. Fischer and committee members Jerker Mårtensson, Ute Cappel, ad Niclas Solin.
Congratulations and big thanks to our latest Doctor in Synthetic molecular chemistry.
Smart Inorganic Polymers - Phosphorus polymers
The final dissemination act of our past COST action on mart Inorganic polymers has been published. The book published by Wiley-VCH Our contribution is a chapter on organophosphorus polymers.
Dithienoarsoles and their Pd complexes
Our invited Article to a special Issue celebrating the 70th birthday of Prof. Dr. Koop Lammertsma and the 80th Birthday of Prof. Dr. Edgar Niecke was accepted in Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.
Congratulations to Josh and Arvind!
The autumn comes and brings new publications for the group
Coinage metals: Super supra-molecular chemistry
Our invited perspective article on coinage metal cluster compounds has been accepted in Chem. Eur. J.
Congrats to Arvind.
Phosphaalkene bridges ...
Our recent publication on imiine functionalized phosphaalkenes and their hydrogen bonding behavior is accepted in Dalton Trans. link
Congrats to Daniel and Arvind!
European Workshop in Phosphorus Chemistry in Uppsala
Last chance to register for the EWPC-15 in Uppsala Sweden! Deadline 31st of January 2018.
Postdoctoral funding from Carl-Trygger foundation
The Carl-Trygger foundation supports the Orthaber group with a postdoctoral stipend.
Allylic Substitution in CEJ
Congrats to our collaborators in @ SU, the Samec group. The latest paper on green allylic substitutions is out in Chem. Eur. J.
Grant from the Engkvist foundation
A two-years postdoctoral fellowship is granted from the Olle-Engkvist foundation to support the Orthaber group.
New Postdoc Josh Green
New co-worker in the Orthaber group; Josh Green joins our team as a postdoctoral researcher.
The Orthaber group got funding from the Swedish Research council (Vetenskapsrådet).
The new SC-XRD microsource is operational
Our old D8 single crystal diffractometer has been upgraded with a brand new Molybdenum microsource...
A “Clean” Solution: Selectively Producing Methanol Fuel from Sunlight and CO2 by a Noble-Metal Free Catalytic System
A joint project by Tian-Orthaber-Berggren was funded by the Swedish Energy Agency.
We bridge the gap between Europe and UK
Our collaborative work on the design of nanoparticles is highlighted as a back cover of Molecular Systems Design & Engineering.
Congrats and big thanks to our collaborators in Uppsala and Montpellier ! link to the cover. link
Ulrike's paper in Chem Comm
The article presents the first application of Rutherford Backscattering Spectroscopy to study post-synthetic ligand exchange in metal-organic frameworks.
Seminar with Prof. Patrick Holland
On the May 18th, 2017, Professor Patrick Holland from Yale University gave a Fotomol seminar titled "Nitrogen Fixation using Low-Coordinate Iron Complexes"
Sonja's thesis defence
Sonja Pullen defended her PhD thesis on the 19th of May, 2017.
Seminar with Prof. Belén Martín-Matute
Professor Belén Martín-Matute from Stockholm University gave a fotomol seminar on the 26th of April, titled "Selective Synthesis of (Halogenated) Building Blocks Mediated by Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysts. Insights into the Mechanisms"
Edgar's, Souvik's and Sonja's paper in Dalton Trans.
A technique is developed for electrochemical measurements of non-conducting MOF-catalyst composites with no need of growing them on the electrode
Sonja's and Souvik's paper in Chem Comm
The work investigates how MOF confinement affects ligand substitution at the [Fe2(dcbdt)(CO)6] complex, which is a proton reduction catalyst.
Sascha Ott is a new editorial board member for Dalton Transactions
In March 2017, Sascha Ott was elected as an Editorial Board member of the Dalton Transactions journal.
Sonja's thesis nailing
On April 27th, Sonja Pullen has nailed her thesis "Mimicking the Outer Coordination Sphere in [FeFe]-Hydrogenase Active Site Models - From Extended Ligand Design to Metal-Organic Frameworks"
Ben's and Asamanjoy's paper is puplished in Dalton Transactions
The article, featured on the issue's cover page, describes succesful incorporation of a water oxidation catalyst into a metal-organic framework, enhancing stability of the catalyst and providing an important tool for tuning its properties in the future works.
Our group has participated in the annual scientific festival under the title "KEMI ÄR KUL".
Paper on arsoles in Inorganic Chemistry
Arvinds and Sunisas paper on the coordination chemistry of dibenzoarsoles was accepted in Inorganic Chemistry. Congrats!
A great combinatin of catalysis and structural investigations.
Shameems paper in Chem. Eur. J.
Shameems collaborative paper with Amal El-Nahas and Jens Uhlig on cyclopentadithiophene heterofulvenes is published in Chem. Eur. J.
Souvik's paper in Chem Comm
The new paper by Souvik and others addresses the role of transport channels in the performance of catalyst-MOF composites.
Keyhan's and Juri's paper in JACS
The article features groundbreaking selective analogue of McMurry aldehyde coupling reaction.
Sonja's and Sascha's review article
The new paper by Sonja and Sascha reviews photochemical hydrogen production with metal-organic frameworks.
Sascha Ott is Full Professor
On the 18th of November 2016 Sascha Ott was awarded the Full Professor title. This followed the installation lecture given in Museum Gustavianum on the 16th of November.
Design of Gold Nanopartiles for Molecular Electronics
Our newly designed gold nanoparticles and their application in molecular electronics has been accepted in Mol. Sys. Des. Eng. Big thanks to our collabaroation partners from Engineering (Leifer group) and Montpellier (Serein-Spirau group).
Stronger together - Chlorins go polymer
Work from the Borbas group on how chlorins become polymeric is published in Chem. - Eur. J.
Thanks for the nice collaborations!
Workshop: Practical guide to theoretical chemistry
Introductory course and practical guides to the use of quantum chemistry programs for PhD students.
Main group polymers in Chem Comm.
Daniels paper on phospha- and arsaalkene containing polymers is accepted in Chem. Comm. CONGRATS !!
Big thanks to all the contributors!
Excellent news from Åforsk. Daniel receives a travel grant.
Andreas on a short tour through Austria:
General Assembly of the Austrian Chemical Society in Vienna.
GÖCH invited lecture at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz.
Docent in Inorganic Chemistry
Andreas has become a Docent in Inorganic Chemistry.
Seminar Christophe Lescop (13.10.2016)
Seminar by Christophe Lescop
House 7, Floor 1 at 15:15
Highly emissive supramolecular Cu(I) polymetallic supramolecular assemblies
link to homepage
Flavonoid analytics by NMR and HPLC
Our collaborative paper with Martina Blunder is accepted in Food Chemistry.
Phosphorus and organic electronics
Juri's article (in German) on organophosphorus compounds and their applications in organic electronics is published in "Nachrichten aus der Chemie", a Journal of the German Chemical Society.
Our CO2 reduction catalyst featured in Chemistry Views
Ben's paper on a Ruthenium CO2 reduction catalyst was featured by Chemistry Views.
Ben A. Johnson, Hemlata Agarwala, Travis A. White, Edgar Mijangos, Somnath Maji, Sascha Ott,
Chem. Eur. J. 2016.
ERC Consolidator Grant till Sascha Ott
ERC Consolidator Grant was awarded to Sascha. Congratulations!
Seminar Ergang Wang (9.06.2016)
Seminar by Ergang Wang
House 7, Floor 1 at 10:15
Conjugated Materials for Organic Electronics
Invited Review on Organophosphorus Compounds
Our review Phosphorus "Organic Electronics" is online.
Congrats to Shameem!!!