J-GLOBAL ID:202001007699277330   Update date: Oct. 24, 2021

Rej Supriya

レジ スプリヤ | Rej Supriya
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Specially Appointed Assistant Professor
Papers (18):
  • Ken Yamazaki, Supriya Rej, Yusuke Ano, Naoto Chatani. Mechanism and Origins of Regiochemical Control in Rh(III)-Catalyzed Oxidative C-H Alkenylation and Coupling Sequence of Unprotected 1-Naphthylamines with α,β-Unsaturated Esters. Organometallics. 2021. 40. 9. 1371-1378
  • Supriya Rej, Naoto Chatani. Effect of Sulfonamide and Carboxamide Ligands on the Structural Diversity of Bimetallic RhII-RhII Cores: Exploring the Catalytic Activity of These Newly Synthesized Rh2 Complexes. Inorganic Chemistry. 2021. 60. 6. 3534-3538
  • Supriya Rej, Amrita Das, Naoto Chatani. Strategic evolution in transition metal-catalyzed directed C-H bond activation and future directions. Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 2021. 431. 213683-213683
  • Supriya Rej, Naoto Chatani. Transient Imine as a Directing Group for the Metal-Free o-C-H Borylation of Benzaldehydes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2021. 143. 7. 2920-2929
  • Nozomi Ohara, Supriya Rej, Naoto Chatani. Rh(I)-catalyzed Addition of the ortho C-H Bond in Aryl Sulfonamides to Maleimides. Chemistry Letters. 2020. 49. 9. 1053-1057
MISC (3):
  • Supriya Rej, Yusuke Ano, Naoto Chatani. Bidentate Directing Groups: An Efficient Tool in C-H Bond Functionalization Chemistry for the Expedient Construction of C-C Bonds. Chemical Reviews. 2020. 120. 3. 1788-1887
  • Supriya Rej, Naoto Chatani. Rhodium-Catalyzed C(sp2)- or C(sp3)-H Bond Functionalization Assisted by Removable Directing Groups. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition. 2019. 58. 25. 8304-8329
  • Supriya Rej, Hayato Tsurugi, Kazushi Mashima. Multiply-bonded dinuclear complexes of early-transition metals as minimum entities of metal cluster catalysts. Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 2018. 355. 223-239
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