Publications


 

20.

Niu, B.; Sachidanandan, K.; Cooke, M. V.; Casey, E. T.; Laulhé, S.
Photoinduced C(sp3)–H Chalcogenation of Amide Derivatives and Ethers via Ligand-to-Metal Charge-Transfer.
Organic Letters, 2022, 24, 4524−4529.


 

19.

Niu, B.; Sachidanandan, K.; Blackburn, B. G.; Cooke, M. V.; Laulhé, S.
Photoredox Polyfluoroarylation of Alkyl Halides via Halogen-Atom-Transfer.
Organic Letters, 2022, 24, 916–920.


 

18.

Pan, L.; Kelley, A. S.; Cooke, M. V.; Deckert, M. M.; Laulhé, S.
Transition-Metal-Free Photoredox Phosphonation of Aryl C–N and C–X Bonds in Aqueous Solvent Mixtures
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2022, 10, 691–695.

preprint accessible through ChemRxiv, DOI: 10.33774/chemrxiv-2021-xpwps


 

17.

Pan, L.; Cooke, M. V.; Spencer, A.; Laulhé, S.
Dimsyl Anion Enables Visible-Light-Promoted Charge Transfer in Cross-Coupling Reactions of Aryl Halides
Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis, 2022, 364, 420–425.

Preprint accessible through: ChemRxiv, DOI: 10.33774/chemrxiv-2021-sz1ww


 

16.

Niu, B.; Blackburn, B. G.; Sachidanandan, K.; Cooke, M. V.; Laulhé, S.
Metal-Free Visible-Light-Promoted C(sp3)–H Functionalization of Aliphatic Cyclic Ethers Using Trace O2
Green Chemistry2021, 23, 9454–9459.


 

15.

Irving, C. D.; Floreancig, J. T.; Gasonoo, M.; Kelley, A. S.; Laulhé, S.
Synthesis of Imide and Amine Derivatives via Deoxyamination of Alcohols Using N-Haloimides and Triphenylphosphine
Chemistry Select, 2021, 6, 8874–8878.


 

14.

Pan, L.; Elmasry, J.; Osccorima, T. Cooke, M. V.; Laulhé, S.
Photochemical Regioselective C(sp3)–H Amination of Amides Using N-Haloimides 
Organic Letters, 2021, 23, 3389–3393.


 

13.

Irving, C. D.; Floreancig, J. T.; Laulhé, S.
Amide Synthesis through the In Situ Generation of Chloro- and Imido-Phosphonium Salts
ACS Omega, 2020, 5, 15734–15745.


 

12.

Gasonoo, M; Thom, Z. W.; Laulhé, S.
Regioselective α-Amination of Ethers Using Stable N-Chloroimides and Lithium tert-Butoxide
Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2019, 84, 8710–8716.


 

11.

Timmerman, J. C.; Laulhé, S.; Widenhoefer, R. A.
Gold(I)-Catalyzed Intramolecular Hydroamination of Unactivated Terminal and Internal Alkenes with 2-Pyridones.
Organic Letters201719, 1466–1469.


 

10.

Laulhé, S.; Blackburn, J. Miles; Roizen, J. L.
Exhaustive Suzuki-Miyaura Reactions of Polyhalogenated Heteroarenes with Alkyl Boronic Pinacol Esters.
Chemical Communications201753, 7270–7273


 

9.

Laulhé, S.; Blackburn, J. Miles; Roizen, J. L.
Selective and Serial Suzuki–Miyaura Reactions of Polychlorinated Aromatics with Alkyl Pinacol Boronic Esters.
Organic Letters201618, 4440–4443.


 

8.

Biladeau, S. K.; Richmond, W. N.; Laulhé, S.; Nantz, M. H.
Isotopically Coded N-Methoxy Amide Reagents for GC-MS Profiling of Carbonyl Compounds via Mass Spectral Tag Generation.
Analytical Methods20168, 3704–3710.


 

7.

Lane, A. N.; Arumugam, S.; Lorkiewicz, P.; Higashi, R.; Laulhé, S.; Nantz, M. H.; Moseley, H. N. B.; Fan, T. W. M.
Chemoselective Detection and Discrimination of Carbonyl-Containing Compounds in Metabolite Mixtures by 1H-detected 15N Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.
Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 2015, 53, 337–343.


 


 


 

4.

Laulhé, S.; Bogdanov, B.; Johannes, L. M.; Gutierrez, O.; Harrison, G. J.; Tantillo, D. J.; Zhang, X.; Nantz, M. H.
Fragmentation of Oxime and Silyl-Oxime Ether Odd-Electron Positive Ions by the McLafferty Rearrangement: New Insights on Structural Factors that Promote α,β−Fragmentation.
Journal of Mass Spectrometry 2012, 47, 676–686.


 

3.

Kang, K. A.; Wang, J.; O'Toole, M. G.; Nantz, M. H.; Moore, J. D.; Laulhé, S.; Achilefu, S.
Sensitivity Enhancement of NIR Fluorescence Contrast Agent Utilizing Gold Nanoparticles.
Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 2012, 737, 285–291.


 

2.

Wang, J.; Moore, J. D.; Laulhé, S.; Nantz, M. H.; Achilefu, S.; Kang, K. A.
Fluorophore-Gold Nanoparticle Complex for Sensitive Optical Biosensing and Imaging.
Nanotechnology 2012, 23, 095501 (13pp).


 

1.

Laulhé, S.; Nantz, M. H.
An Improved Preparation of O-Diphenylphosphinylhydroxylamine.
Organic Preparations & Procedures, Int. 2011, 43, 475–476.


 

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