Odile Eisenstein, Ph.D.

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Chemistry Université de Montpellier/CNRS 
Area:
Theoretical Chemistry
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Yang J, Postils V, Lipschutz MI, et al. (2020) Efficient alkene hydrosilation with bis(8-quinolyl)phosphine (NPN) nickel catalysts. The dominant role of silyl-over hydrido-nickel catalytic intermediates. Chemical Science. 11: 5043-5051
Raynaud C, Norbert-Agaisse E, James BR, et al. (2020) P Chemical Shifts in Ru(II) Phosphine Complexes. A Computational Study of the Influence of the Coordination Sphere. Inorganic Chemistry
Peltzer RM, Gauss J, Eisenstein O, et al. (2020) The Grignard Reaction - Unraveling a Chemical Puzzle. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Yang J, Postils V, Lipschutz MI, et al. (2020) Efficient alkene hydrosilation with bis(8-quinolyl)phosphine (NPN) nickel catalysts. The dominant role of silyl-over hydrido-nickel catalytic intermediates Chemical Science. 11: 5043-5051
Bauer M, Cadge J, Davies D, et al. (2019) Computational and theoretical approaches for mechanistic understanding: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
Aoki Y, Bauer M, Braun T, et al. (2019) Physical methods for mechanistic understanding: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
Aoki Y, Braun T, Davies D, et al. (2019) Understanding unusual element-element bond formation and activation: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
Aoki Y, Bauer M, Braun T, et al. (2019) Mechanistic insight into organic and industrial transformations: general discussion. Faraday Discussions
Eisenstein O. (2019) Concluding remarks for "Mechanistic Processes in Organometallic Chemistry": the importance of a multidisciplinary approach. Faraday Discussions
Gordon CP, Raynaud C, Andersen RA, et al. (2019) Carbon-13 NMR Chemical Shift: A Descriptor for Electronic Structure and Reactivity of Organometallic Compounds. Accounts of Chemical Research
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