Robert A. Benkeser, Ph.D.

1946-1989 Chemistry Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
Organo-silicon chemistry
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Henry Gilman grad student 1947 Iowa State


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Keith Russell Beck grad student 1970 Purdue
Jahyo Kang grad student 1977-1980 Purdue
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Li GS, Ehler DF, Benkeser RA. (2003) Methyl Groups by Reduction of Aromatic Carboxylic Acids with Trichlorosilane‐ Tri‐n‐Propylamine: 2‐Methylbiphenyl Organic Syntheses. 83-83
Kaiser EM, Benkeser RA. (2003) Δ9,10‐Octalin Organic Syntheses. 88-88
Benkeser RA, Kang J. (2002) A new reducing system: calcium metal in amines. Effect of hexamethylphosphoramide on calcium reductions Cheminform. 11
Benkeser RA, Rappa A, Wolsieffer LA. (1986) Calcium and lithium reductions of epoxides in ethylenediamine. A comparison study Journal of Organic Chemistry. 51: 3391-3393
Wood KV, Cooks RG, Laugal JA, et al. (1985) Combination of chemical reduction and tandem mass spectrometry for the characterization of sulfur-containing fuel constituents Analytical Chemistry. 57: 692-694
Benkeser RA, Laugal JA, Rappa A. (1984) A safe and convenient new procedure for reducing aromatic compounds to birch-type products Tetrahedron Letters. 25: 2089-2092
Benkeser RA, Yeh MH. (1984) Selective redistribution reactions of organosilanes in the presence of chloroplatinic acid Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. 264: 239-244
BENKESER RA, BELMONTE FG. (1984) ChemInform Abstract: REDUCTION OF ALKYNES BY A NEW REDUCING SYSTEM Chemischer Informationsdienst. 15
Benkeser RA, Belmonte FG. (1984) Reduction of alkynes by a new reducing system: Calcium metal in amines Journal of Organic Chemistry. 49: 1662-1664
Benkeser RA, Yang MH, Belmonte FG. (1983) Reduction of aromatic hydrocarbons by a new reducing system: Calcium metal in amines Synthetic Communications. 13: 1103-1116
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