Andrew McNally

2010-2014 Chemistry University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
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Matthew Gaunt grad student 2003-2007 Cambridge
David W.C. MacMillan post-doc 2008-2011 Princeton
Matthew Gaunt post-doc 2010-2014 Cambridge
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Greenwood JW, Boyle BT, McNally A. (2021) Pyridylphosphonium salts as alternatives to cyanopyridines in radical-radical coupling reactions. Chemical Science. 12: 10538-10543
Fricke PJ, Dolewski RD, McNally A. (2021) 4-Selective Pyridine Alkylation via Wittig Olefination of Dearomatized Pyridylphosphonium Ylides. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Boyle BT, Koniarczyk JL, McNally A. (2021) Facile Pyridine S Ar Reactions via -Phosphonium-Pyridinium Intermediates. Synlett : Accounts and Rapid Communications in Synthetic Organic Chemistry. 32: 215-218
Zhang X, Nottingham KG, Patel C, et al. (2021) Phosphorus-mediated sp-sp couplings for C-H fluoroalkylation of azines. Nature
Levy JN, Alegre-Requena JV, Liu R, et al. (2020) Selective Halogenation of Pyridines Using Designed Phosphine Reagents. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Boyle BT, Nottingham KG, McNally A. (2020) An Organocatalytic Mitsunobu Reaction Trends in Chemistry. 2: 174-175
Zhang X, McNally A. (2019) Cobalt-Catalyzed Alkylation of Drug-Like Molecules and Pharmaceuticals Using Heterocyclic Phosphonium Salts. Acs Catalysis. 9: 4862-4866
Boyle BT, Hilton MC, McNally A. (2019) Nonsymmetrical Bis-Azine Biaryls from Chloroazines: A Strategy Using Phosphorus Ligand-Coupling. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Anderson RG, Jett BM, McNally A. (2018) Selective formation of heteroaryl thioethers via a phosphonium ion coupling reaction. Tetrahedron. 74: 3129-3136
Hilton MC, Zhang X, Boyle BT, et al. (2018) Heterobiaryl synthesis by contractive C-C coupling via P(V) intermediates. Science (New York, N.Y.). 362: 799-804
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