John A. Soderquist

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Chemistry University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (Puerto Rico) 
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Organic Chemistry
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González E, Muñoz-Hernández L, Alicea E, et al. (2015) Cyclohexenylboration of Aldehydes and Ketones with the Borabicyclo[3.3.2]decanes (BBDs). Organic Letters. 17: 4368-71
ANDERSON CL, SODERQUIST JA, KABALKA GW. (2010) ChemInform Abstract: Methoxymethylene(triphenyl)phosphorane from Alkyllithium Reagents. Cheminform. 24: no-no
SODERQUIST JA, ANDERSON CL, MIRANDA EI, et al. (2010) ChemInform Abstract: Essentially Homochiral 1-Silyl Alcohols from the Reduction of Aliphatic Acylsilanes with Chlorodiisopinocampheylborane. Cheminform. 22: no-no
Canales E, Gonzalez AZ, Soderquist JA. (2007) Asymmetric synthesis of isomerically pure allenyl boranes from alkynyl boranes through a 1,2-insertion-1,3-borotropic rearrangement. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 46: 397-9
Soderquist JA, Negron A. (2003) 9-Borabicyclo[3.3.1]Nonane Dimer Organic Syntheses
Anderson CL, Soderquist JA, Kabalka GW. (1992) Methoxymethylene(triphenyl)phosphorane from alkyllithium reagents Tetrahedron Letters. 33: 6915-6918
Soderquist JA, Anderson CL, Miranda EI, et al. (1990) Essentially homochiral 1-silyl alcohols from the reduction of aliphatic acylsilanes with chlorodiisopinocampheylborane Tetrahedron Letters. 31: 4677-4680
Soderquist JA, Hassner A. (1988) Alpha carbocation stabilization by silicon, germanium and tin Tetrahedron Letters. 29: 1899-1902
Soderquist JA, Lee SJH. (1988) The asymmetric hydroboration of simple alkenylsilanes: chiral α-silylalkyl- boranes and alcohols Tetrahedron. 44: 4033-4042
Soderquist JA, Hassner A. (1983) Direct synthesis of metallacycloalkanones via the cyclic hydroboration of dialkenyl derivatives of silicon, germanium, and tin Journal of Organic Chemistry. 48: 1801-1810
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