Sharon E. Beetner, Ph.D.

2007 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
organometallic chemistry
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Charles P. Casey grad student 2007 UW Madison
 (In situ infrared observations of hydrogenations with hydroxycyclopentadienyl ruthenium hydride catalysts.)
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Casey CP, Johnson JB, Jiao X, et al. (2010) Chain mechanism for exchange of D2 with a ruthenium hydride. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 46: 7915-7
Casey CP, Beetner SE, Johnson JB. (2008) Spectroscopic determination of hydrogenation rates and intermediates during carbonyl hydrogenation catalyzed by Shvo's hydroxycyclopentadienyl diruthenium hydride agrees with kinetic modeling based on independently measured rates of elementary reactions. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130: 2285-95
Beetner SE, Casey CP, Johnson JB. (2007) Determination of the active catalyst species via reaction modeling and in situ IR spectroscopy during carbonyl reduction with Shvo's hydroxycylopentadienyl ruthenium hydride catalyst Acs National Meeting Book of Abstracts
Casey CP, Strotman NA, Beetner SE, et al. (2006) PPh 3-Substituted[2,5-Ph 2-3,4-Tol 2(η 5-C 4COH)]Ru(CO)(PPh 3)H exhibits slower stoichiometric reduction, faster catalytic hydrogenation, and higher chemoselectivity for hydrogenation of aldehydes over ketones than the dicarbonyl Shvo catalyst Organometallics. 25: 1236-1244
Casey CP, Strotman NA, Beetner SE, et al. (2006) The PPh 3-substituted hydroxycyclopentadienyl ruthenium hydride [2,5-Ph 2-3,4-Tol 2(η 5-C 4COH)] Ru(CO)(PPh 3)H is a more efficient catalyst for hydrogenation of aldehydes Organometallics. 25: 1230-1235
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