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2022

 
70

A Co-Polymerizable Linker for the Covalent Attachment of Fibronectin Makes pHEMA Hydrogels Cell-Adhesive

L. Schumacher, K. Siemsen, C. Appiah, S. Rajput, A. Heitmann, C. Selhuber-Unkel, A. Staubitz, Gels 2022, 8, 258.

69

Azaborinine – Die Hybride aus Benzol und Borazin

Y. Appiarius, A. Staubitz, Chem. Unserer Zeit, 2022, accepted.

68

BN-Substitution in Dithienylpyrenes Prevents Excimer Formation in Solution and in the Solid State

Y. Appiarius, P. J. Gliese, S. A. W. Segler, P. Rusch, J. Zhang, P. J. Gates, R. Pal, L. A. Malaspina, K. Sugimoto, T. Stauch, N. C. Bigall, S. Grabowsky, A. A. Bakulin, A. Staubitz, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2022, 126, 4563-4576.

2021

 
67

The bis(Biphenyl)phosphorus Fragment in Trivalent and Tetravalent P-Environments

J. Hoffmann, D. Duvinage, E. Lork, A. Staubitz, Inorganics, 2021, 9, 82.

66

Tuning the Aggregation Behaviour of BN-Coronene Diimides with the Imide Substituents and their Performance in Devices (OLED, OFET)

J. Hoffmann, B. Geffroy, E. Jaques, M. Hissler, A. Staubitz, J. Mater. Chem. C, 2021, 9, 14720-14729.

65

BN-Substituted coronene diimide donor–acceptor–donor triads: photophysical, (spectro)-electrochemical studies and Lewis behavior

J. Hoffmann, D. Jacquemin, M. Hissler, A. Staubitz, J. Mater. Chem. C, 2021, 9, 13926-13934.

64

Active Ester Functionalized Azobenzenes as Versatile Building Blocks

S. Schultzke, M. Walther, A. Staubitz, Molecules 2021, 26, 3916.

63

Ein nanoporöser Goldschwamm als Katalysator

J. Thayssen, A. Staubitz, Chem. Unserer Zeit 2021, DOI: 10.1002/ciuz.202000080.

62

The Influence of the Formal Replacement of Thiophenes by Stannoles in Terthiophene and Sexithiophene on the Optoelectronic Properties and Electrochemical Behavior

J. Hoffmann, I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, M. Hissler, A. Staubitz, Dalton Trans. 2021, 50, 6213-6221.

61

π-Conjugated Stannole Copolymers Synthesised by a Tin-Selective Stille Cross-Coupling Reaction

I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, M. Rohdenburg, P. Rusch, D. Duvinage, N. C. Bigall, A. Staubitz, Mater. Adv. 2021, 2, 3282-3293.

with design of the inside front cover

60

Modification of Azobenzenes by Cross-Coupling Reactions

M. Walther, W. Kipke, S. Schultzke, S. Ghosh, A. Staubitz, Synthesis 2021, 53, 1213-1228.

highlighted on the cover

59

A New Photo Switchable Azobenzene Macrocycle Without Thermal Relaxation at Ambient Temperature

N. Eleya, S. Ghosh, E. Lork, A. Staubitz, J. Mater. Chem. C, 2021, 9, 82-87.

58

From a 1,2-azaborinine to large BN-PAHs via electrophilic cyclization: synthesis, characterization and promising optical properties

Y. Appiarius, T. Stauch, E. Lork, P. Rusch, N. C. Bigall, A. Staubitz, Org. Chem. Front. 2021, 8, 10-17.

with design of the front cover

2020

 
57

Experimental and Theoretical Studies of a Spirostannole and Formation of a Pentaorganostannate

I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, M. Rohdenburg, W. Kipke, E. Lork, A. Staubitz, Molecules 2020, 25, 4993.

56

Sila-Ibuprofen

F. Kleemiss, A. Justies, D. Duvinage, P. Watermann, E. Ehrke, K. Sugimoto, M. Fugel, L. Malaspina, A. Dittmer, T. Kleemiss, P. Puylaert, N. King, A. Staubitz, T. M. Tzschentke, R. Dringen, S. Grabowsky, J. Beckmann, J. Med. Chem. 2020, 63, 12614-12622.

55

Product Subclass 30: Stannoles

I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, W. Kipke, J. Makow, A. Staubitz, Science of Synthesis: Knowledge Updates 2020, 2, 31.

54

Aggregation Induced Emission - Emissive Stannoles in the Solid State

I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, M. Rohdenburg, E. Lork, A. Staubitz, Chem. Commun. 2020, 56, 9775-9778.

with design of the back cover

53

Mechanochromic micro-fibers stabilized by polymer blending

R. Colaco, S. Shree, L. Siebert, C. Appiah, M. Schulz-Senft, S. Schultzke, R. Adelung, A. Staubitz, ACS Appl. Polm. Mater. 2020, 2, 2055-2062.

52

Cross-Coupling Strategy for the Synthesis of Diazocines

S. Li, N. Eleya, A. Staubitz, Org. Lett. 2020, 22, 1624-1627.

51

Synthesis and Thermal Investigations of Novel Types Eleven-Membered Ring Systems Consisting of the Group 14 Elements Si, Ge, and Sn

N. Eleya, C. Appiah, E. Lork, M. Gogolin, T. Gesing, T. Stauch, A. Staubitz, Molecules 2020, 25, 283.

50

Efficient Reversible Photoisomerisation with Large Hydrodynamic Size-Switching of a Main Chain Poly(azobenzene-alt-trisiloxane)

M. Dowds, D. Bank, J. Strueben, D. P. Soto, F. D. Sönnichsen, F. Renth, F. Temps, A. Staubitz, J. Mater. Chem. C 2020, 8, 1835-1845.

49

Self-Reporting Mechanochromic Coating: Glassfiber Reinforced Polymer Composites that Predict Impact Induced Damage

S. Shree, M. Schulz-Senft, A. Kuntze, Y. K. Mishra, A. Staubitz, R. Adelung, Mater. Horiz. 2020, 7, 598-604.

2019

 
48

Synthesis and Crystal Structure of (E)-1,2-Bis[2-(methylsulfanyl)phenyl]diazene

J. Hoffmann, T. J. Kuczmera, E. Lork, A. Staubitz, Acta Cryst. 2019, E75, 1808-1811.

47

Conjugated Oligomers with Alternating Heterocycles from a Single Monomer: Synthesis and Demonstration of Electroluminescence

S. Urrego-Riveros, M. Bremer, J. Hoffmann, A. Heitmann, T. Reynaldo, J. Buhl, P. J. Gates, F. D. Sönnichsen, M. Hissler, M. Gerken, A. Staubitz, Org. Chem. Front. 2019, 6, 3636-3643.

46

Thermochromic Behavior of Yttrium-Substituted Bismuth Oxides

X. Liu, A. Staubitz, T. Gesing, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2019, 11, 33147-33156.

45

Negishi's Reagent Versus Rosenthal's Reagent in the Formation of Zirconacyclopentadienes

S. Urrego-Riveros, I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, D. Duvinage, E. Lork, F. D. Sönnichsen, A. Staubitz, Chem. Eur. J. 2019, 25, 13318-13328.

with design of the Coverpicture 

44

Living materials herald a new era in soft robotics

C. Appiah, C. Arndt, K. Siemsen, A. Heitmann, A. Staubitz, C. Selhuber-Unkel, Adv. Mater. 2019, 1807747,1-28.

43

Group 13–Group 15 Element Bonds Replacing Carbon–Carbon Bonds in Main Group Polyolefin Analogs

A. Staubitz, J. Hoffmann, P. J. Gliese (eds E. Hey‐Hawkins and M. Hissler), Wiley 2019, Smart Inorganic Polymers, ISBN: 9783527344840.

42

Synthesis, Structure, Thermal Behavior and cis/trans Isomerization of 2,2′-(EMe3)2 (E = C, Si, Ge, Sn) Substituted Azobenzenes

J. Hoffmann, T. J. Kuczmera, E. Lork, A. Staubitz, Molecules 2019, 24(2), 303.

2018

 

41

Tuning the Optoelectronic Properties of Stannoles by the Judicious Choice of the Organic Substituents

I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, M. Rohdenburg, F. Mostaghimi, S. Grabowsky, P. Swiderek, J. Beckmann, J. Hoffmann, V. Dorcet, M. Hissler, A. Staubitz, Inorg. Chem. 2018, 57, 12562-12575.

40

Generation of High‐Molecular‐Weight Polymers with Diverse Substituents: An Unusual Metal‐Free Synthesis of Poly(aminoborane)s

A. Staubitz, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2018, 57, 5990-5992.

39

Syntheses and Properties of Tin Containing Conjugated Heterocycles
S. Urrego-Riveros, I.-M. Ramirez y Medina, J. Hoffmann, A. Heitmann, A. Staubitz, Chem. Eur. J. 2018, 24, 5680-5696.

2017

 

38

How light controls stickiness
E. Kizilkan, A. Staubitz, S. N. Gorb, Nachr. Chem. 2017, 65, 1194-1196.

37

Light, Force, and Heat: A Multi-Stimuli Composite that Reveals its Violent Past
S. Shree, M. Schulz-Senft, N. H. Alsleben, Y. K. Mishra, A. Staubitz and R. Adelung, ACS Appl. Mat. Interfaces 2017, 9, 38000-38007.

36

Bio-inspired Photocontrollable Microstructured Transport Device
E. Kizilkan, J. Strueben, A. Staubitz, S. N. Gorb, Science Robotics 2017, 2, eaak9454.

35

High Molecular Weight Poly(N-methyl-B-vinylazaborine) - A Semi-Inorganic B-N Polystyrene Analogue
B. Thiedemann, P. J. Gliese, J. Hoffmann, P. G. Lawrence, F. D. Sönnichsen, A. Staubitz, Chem. Comm. 2017, 53, 7258.

34

Diversely halogenated spiropyrans - Useful synthetic building blocks for a versatile class of molecular switches
M. Schulz-Senft, P. J. Gates, F. D. Sönnichsen, A. Staubitz, Dyes Pigm. 2017136, 292-301.

2016

 

33

Crystal structures of 3,3'-bis­(hy­droxy­dimethylsilan­yl)azo­benzene and 4,4'-bis­(hy­droxy­dimethyl­silane)azo­benzene
J. Strüben, J. Hoffmann, D. Presa-Soto, C. Näther, A. Staubitz, Acta Cryst. 2016E72, 1590-1594.

32

Influence of the porosity on the photoresponse of a liquid crystal elastomer
E. Kizilkan, C. F. Schaber, S. N. Gorb, J. Strueben, X. Jin, R. Adelung, A. Staubitz, R. Soc. Open Sci. 2016, 3, 150700.

2015

 

31

Nucleophile selective cross-coupling reactions on aromatic rings: a new tool in the synthetic chemist's tool box
A. Staubitz, J. Linshoeft, A. C. J. Heinrich, G.I.T. Laboratory Journal 201519, 14-16.

30

Nucleophile Selective Cross-Coupling Reactions with Vinyl and Alkynyl Bromides on a Dinucleophilic Aromatic Substrate
L.-Y. He, M. Schulz-Senft, B. Thiedemann, J. Linshoeft, P. J. Gates and A. Staubitz, Eur. J. Org. Chem. 20152015, 2498-2502.

29

Synthesis of poly(thiophene-alt-pyrrole) from a difunctionalized thienylpyrrole by Kumada polycondensation
L.-Y. He, S. Urrego-Riveros, P.J. Gates, C. Naether, M. Brinkmann, V. Abetz and A. Staubitz, Tetrahedron 201571, 5399-5406.

28

High-Yield Lithiation of Azobenzenes by Tin–Lithium Exchange
J. Strueben, M. Lipfert, J.-O. Springer, P. J. Gould, Colin A. Gates, F.D. Soennichsen and A. Staubitz, Chem. Eur. J. 201521, 11165-11173.

2014

 

27

Tin Functionalized Azobenzenes as Nucleophiles in Stille Cross-Coupling Reactions
J. Strueben, P.J. Gates and A. Staubitz, J. Org. Chem. 201479, 1719–1728.

26

Challenges and Solutions in Joining Polymer Materials
X. Jin, L. Heepe, J. Strueben, R. Adelung, S.N. Gorb and A. Staubitz, Macromol. Rapid Commun. 201435, 1551–1570.

25

Crystal structure of 1,3-bis­(4-hexyl-5-iodo­thio­phen-2-yl)-4,5,6,7-tetra­hydro-2-benzo­thio­phene
J. Linshoeft, C. Naether and A. Staubitz, Acta Cryst. 2014E70, o1133-o1134.

24

Highly Tin Selective Stille Coupling: Synthesis of a Polymer Containing a Stannole in the Main Chain
J. Linshoeft, E.J. Baum, A. Hussain, P.J. Gates, C. Naether and A. Staubitz, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201453, 12916–12920.

23

Mechanopolymerchemie - Molekulare Wirkung durch Kraft
M. Schulz-Senft, M. Lipfert and A. Staubitz, Chem. unserer Zeit 201448, 200–214.

22

Reduction of N-Allylamides by LiAlH4: Unexpected Attack of the Double Bond with Mechanistic Studies of Product and Byproduct Formation
B. Thiedemann, C.L.M. Schmitz and A. Staubitz, J. Org. Chem. 201479, 10284–10295.

2013

 

21

Dual Selectivity: Electrophile and Nucleophile Selective Cross-Coupling Reactions on a Single Aromatic Substrate
A.C.J. Heinrich, B. Thiedemann, P.J. Gates and A. Staubitz, Org. Lett 201315, 4666-4669.

2012

 

20

A Cooperative Role for the Counteranion in the PCl5‑Initiated Living, Cationic Chain Growth Polycondensation of the Phosphoranimine Cl3P=NSiMe3
V. Blackstone, S. Pfirrmann, H. Helten, A. Staubitz, A. Presa Soto, G.R. Whittell and I. Manners, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012134, 15293-15296.

19

“Spontaneous” Ambient Temperature Dehydrocoupling of Aromatic Amine–Boranes
H. Helten, A.P.M. Robertson, A. Staubitz, J.R. Vance, M.F. Haddow and I. Manners, Chem. Eur. J. 201218, 4665-4680.

18

Chemoselective Cross-Coupling Reactions with Differentiation between Two Nucleophilic Sites on a Single Aromatic Substrate
J. Linshoeft, A.C.J. Heinrich, S.A.W. Segler, P.J. Gates and A. Staubitz, Org. Lett. 201214, 5644-5647.

17

Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Living Polymerization of N-Silylphosphoranimines. Synthesis of New Block Copolyphosphazenes
S. Suárez Suárez, D. Presa Soto, G.A. Carriedo, A. Presa Soto and A. Staubitz, Organometallics 201231, 2571–2581.

16

Joining the Un-Joinable: Adhesion Between Low Surface Energy Polymers Using Tetrapodal ZnO Linkers
X. Jin, J. Strueben, L. Heepe, A. Kovelev, Y.K. Mishra, R. Adelung, S.N. Gorb and A. Staubitz, Adv. Mater. 201224, 5676-5680.

2011

 

15

Experimental and Theoretical Studies of the Potential Interconversion of the ­Amine–Borane iPr2NH·BH(C6F5)2 and the Aminoborane iPr2N=B(C6F5)2 Involving Hydrogen Loss and Uptake
A.P.M. Robertson, G.R. Whittell, A. Staubitz, K. Lee and I. Manners, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 201134, 5279–5287.

14

Scope and Selectivity of Heterogeneous Rh0-Catalyzed Tandem Dehydrocoupling/Hydrogenation Using Me2NH·BH3 as a Stoichiometric H2 Source
M.E. Sloan, A. Staubitz, K. Lee and I. Manners, Eur. J. Org. Chem 20112011, 672–675.

2010

 

13

Ring-Opening Polymerization of a Galla[1]ferrocenophane: A Gallium-Bridged Polyferrocene with Observable Tacticity
B. Bagh, J.B. Gilroy, A. Staubitz and J. Müller, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 1794-1795.

12

Strain-Induced Cleavage of Carbon-Carbon Bonds: Bridge Rupture Reactions of Group 8 Dicarba[2]metallocenophanes
D.E. Herbert, J.B. Gilroy, A. Staubitz, M.F. Haddow, J.N. Harvey and I. Manners, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 1988-1998.

11

Homogeneous Catalytic Dehydrocoupling/Dehydrogenation of Amine−Borane Adducts by Early Transition Metal, Group 4 Metallocene Complexes
M.E. Sloan, A. Staubitz, T.J. Clark, C.A. Russell, G.C. Lloyd-Jones and I. Manners, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 3831–3841.

10

Catalytic Dehydrogenation of N-Methylamine-Borane and Ammonia-Borane: Synthesis of High Molecular Weight Polymers
A. Staubitz, M.E. Sloan, A. Friedrich, S. Schneider, P.J. Gates, J. Schmedt auf der Günne and I. Manners, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010132, 13332–13345.

9

Ammonia-Borane and Related compounds as Hydrogen Donors
A. Staubitz, A.P.M. Robertson and I. Manners, Chem. Rev. 2010110, 4079–4124.

8

Amine- and Phosphine-Borane Adducts – New Interest in Old Materials
A. Staubitz, A.P.M. Robertson, M.E. Sloan and I. Manners, Chem. Rev. 2010110, 4023–4078.

2009

 

7

B-N compounds for chemical hydrogen storage
C.W. Hamilton, R.T. Baker, A. Staubitz and I. Manners, Chem. Soc. Rev. 200938, 279-293.

6

Redox-Active Metallomacrocycles and Cyclic Metallopolymers: Photocontrolled Ring-Opening Oligomerization and Polymerization of Silicon-Bridged [1]Ferrocenophanes Using Substitutionally-Labile Lewis Bases as Initiators
D.E. Herbert, J.B. Gilroy, W.Y. Chan, L. Chabanne, A. Staubitz, A.J. Lough and I. Manners, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009131, 14958-14968.

2008

 

5

Iridium-catalyzed dehydrocoupling of primary amine-borane adducts: a route to high molecular weight polyaminoboranes, boron-nitrogen analogues of polyolefins
A. Staubitz, A. Presa Soto and I. Manners, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 200847, 6212-6215.

4

Computational Analysis of Amine-Borane Adducts as Potential Hydrogen Storage Materials with Reversible Hydrogen Uptake
A. Staubitz, M. Besora, J.N. Harvey and I. Manners, Inorg. Chem. 200847, 5910-5918.

2006

 

3

Optimization of the Mizoroki-Heck Reaction Using Design of Experiment (DoE)
V.K. Aggarwal, A. Staubitz and M. Owen, Org. Proc. Res. Dev. 200610, 64-69.

2003

 

2

Mild synthesis of polyfunctional benzimidazoles and indoles by the reduction of functionalized nitroarenes with phenylmagnesium chloride
W. Dohle, A. Staubitz and P. Knochel, Chem. Eur. J. 20039, 5323-5331.

1

Expeditious functionalization of quinolines in positions 2 and 8 via polyfunctional aryl- and heteroarylmagnesium intermediates
A. Staubitz, W. Dohle and P. Knochel, Synthesis 2003, 233-242.

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