Publications


  1. Jeanne L. Bolliger in Catalysis within Nanoconfined Spaces (Ed: Rinaldo Poli), Springer Science & Business Media, "Self-Assembled Coordination Cages and Organic Capsules as Catalytic Supramolecular Reaction Vessels" (in press).
  2. Angela B. Grommet, Jeanne L. Bolliger, Colm Browne, Jonathan R. Nitschke, 2015, 54, 54, 15100-15104, "A Tri-Phase Sorting System: Coordination Cages in Ionic Liquids". Highlighted in Chem. Eng. News, 2016, 94, 26-27, "Self-Assembling Molecular Prisons".
  3. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Tanya K. Ronson, Masahiro Ogawa, Jonathan R. Nitschke, J. Am. 2014, 136, 14545-14553, "Solvent Effects upon Guest Binding and Dynamics of a FeII4L4 Cage".
  4. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Chimia 2014, 68, 204-207, "[Fe4L6]8+ Cages: Encapsulation and Catalytic Degradation of an Insecticide".
  5. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Ana M. Belenguer, Jonathan R. Nitschke, 2013,52, 7958–7962, “Enantiopure Water-Soluble Fe4L6 Cages: Host-Guest Chemistry and Catalytic Activity”; 2013, 125, 8116-8120, “Enantiomerenreine Wasserlösliche Fe4L6-Käfigverbindungen: Wirt-Gast-Chemie und Katalytische Aktivität”.
  6. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Miriam Oberholzer, Christian M. Frech, Adv. 2011, 353, 945-954, “Access to 2-Aminopyridines - Compounds of Great Biological and Chemical Significance”.
  7. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Christian M. Frech, Chem. Eur. J. 2010, 16, 11072-11081, “[Pd(Cl)2{P(NC5H10)(C6H11)2}2] - A Highly Effective and Extremely Versatile Palladium-Based Negishi Catalyst that Efficiently and Reliably Operates at Low Catalyst Loadings”.
  8. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Christian M. Frech, Adv. Synth. Catal. 2010, 352, 1075-1080, “The 1,3-Diaminobenzene-Derived Aminophosphine Palladium Pincer Complex {C6H3[NHP(piperidinyl)2]2Pd(Cl)} - A Highly Active Suzuki-Miyaura Catalyst with Excellent Functional Group Tolerance”.
  9. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Christian M. Frech, Chem. Eur. J. 2010, 16, 4075-4081, “Dichloro-Bis(aminophosphine) Complexes of Palladium: Highly Convenient, Reliable and Extremely Active Suzuki-Miyaura Catalysts with Excellent Functional Group Tolerance”.
  10. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Christian M. Frech, Adv. Synth. Catal. 2009, 351, 891-902, “Highly Convenient, Clean, Fast, and Reliable Sonogashira Coupling Reactions Promoted by Aminophosphine-Based Pincer Complexes of Palladium Performed under Additive-and Amine-Free Reaction Conditions”.
  11. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Christian M. Frech, Chimia 2009, 63, No.1/2, 23-28, “Aminophosphine Palladium Pincer Complexes for Suzuki and Heck Reactions”.
  12. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Christian M. Frech, Tetrahedron, 2009, 65, 1180-1187, “Transition Metal-Free Amination of Aryl Halides: A Simple and Reliable Method for the Efficient and High-Yielding Synthesis of N-Arylated Amines”.
  13. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Olivier Blacque, Christian M. Frech, Chem. Eur. J. 2008, 14, 7969-7977, “Rationally Designed Pincer-Type Heck Catalysts Bearing Aminophosphine Substituents: PdIV Intermediates and Palladium Nanoparticles”.
  14. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Olivier Blacque, Christian M. Frech, Acta Cryst. 2007, E63, m3086, “Bis[2,6-bis(dipiperidin-1-ylphosphanyloxy)phenyl]bromidopalladium(II)”.
  15. Jeanne L. Bolliger, Olivier Blacque, Christian M. Frech, Angew. Chem. 2007, 119, 6634-6637; Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2007, 46, 6514-6517, “Short, Facile, and High-Yielding Synthesis of Extremely Efficient Pincer-Type Suzuki Catalysts Bearing Aminophosphine Substituents”.