The University of Arizona:   


4. "Helical Carbenium Ion: A Versatile Organic Photoredox Catalyst in Red-Light-Mediated Reactions".

Mei, L.; Veleta, J. M.; Gianetti, T. L.;* 

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2020142, 12056 - 12061


3. “Syntheses of Phosphonium salt from Phosphines and carbenium: Efficient CO2 Fixation and Phase-Transfer Catalysts” Shaikh, A. C.; Veleta, J. M.; Bloch, J.; Goodman, H. J.; Gianetti, T. L.;* Eur. J. Org. Chem., 202017, 2553 - 2559

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2. “Tunable carbocation-based redox active ambiphilic ligands: synthesis, coordination and characterization” 

Mei, L.; Veleta, J. M.; Bloch, J.; Goodman, H. J.; Pierce-Navarro, D.; Villalobos, A.; Gianetti, T. L.;Dalton Trans., 2020, DOI: 10.1039/D0DT00419G

1. “Molecular orbital insights of transition metal-stabilized carbocations” 

Goodman, H.; Mei, L.; Gianetti, T. L.;* 

Front. Chem., 2019, 7:365.  

Invited issue “Frontiers in Chemistry: Rising Stars”

ETH Zurich:

22. “Trop-Based Homobimetallic Rh(I) Complexes: Influence of Ligands on the Structure and the Intramolecular Reactivity of Rh–H Intermediates”. Jurt, P; Salnikov, O. G.; Gianetti, T. L.;* Chukanov, N. V.; Baker, M. G.; Le Corre, G.; Verel,  R.; Gauthier, S.; Kovtunov, K.; Federov, A.; Koptyug, I. V.; Grützmacher, H.,*  Chem. Sci., 2019, 10, 7937-7945

21. “A low-valent dinuclear ruthenium diazadiene complex catalyzes the oxidation of dihydrogen and reversible hydrogenation of quinones” Yang, X.; Gianetti, T. L.;* Wörle, M. D.; Van Leest, N. P.; De Bruin, B.; Grützmacher, H.,* Chem. Sci., 2019, 10, 1117-1125

20. “Zero Valent Amino Olefin Cobalt Complexes as Catalysts for Oxygen Atom Transfer Reactions from Nitrous Oxide”. Gianetti, T. L.;* Rodriguez-Lugo, R. E.; Harmer, J.; Trincado, M., Vogt, M., Santiso-Quinones, G.; Grützmacher, H.,* Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed. 2016, 55, 15323-15328.

19. “From 0 to II in One Electron Steps: A Series of  Ruthenium Complexes Supported by TropPPh2Yang, X.; Gianetti, T. L.;* Harbort, J.; Wörle, M. D.; Tan, L.; Jurt, P.; Harmer, J. R.; Grützmacher, H.,* Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed, 2016,  55, 11999-12002.

18. "Nitrous Oxide as a Hydrogen Acceptor for the Dehydrogenative Coupling of AlcoholsGianetti, T. L.;* Annen, S. P.; Santiso-Quinone, G.; Reiher, M.; Driess, M.; Grützmacher, H.,* Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed, 2016,  55, 1854-1858.

17. “Diolefins with an Ether/Thioether Functionality as Ligands in the Coordination Sphere of Ni and Rh” Lichtenberg, C.;* Bloch, J.; Gianetti, T. L.; Büttner, T., K.; Geier, J.; Grützmacher, H.,* Dalton Trans. 2016, 44, 20056-20066.

16. “Low-Valent Iron Mono-Diazadiene Compounds: Electronic Structure and Catalytic Application” Lichtenberg, C.;* Adelhardt, M.; Gianetti, T. L.; Meyer, K.; de Bruin, B.; Grützmacher, H.,* ACS Catalysis,   2015, 5, 6230-6240.

UC Berkeley:

15. “Activation of Heteroallenes by Coordinatively Unsaturated Nickel(II) Alkyl Complexes Supported by the Hydrotris(3-phenyl-5-methyl)Pyrazolyl Borate (Tp(Ph,Me)) Ligand,” Abubekerov, M.; Eymann, L.; Gianetti, T. L.; Arnold, J.,* Dalton Trans. 2016, 45, 14581-14590.

14. “C–F sp2 Bond Functionalization Mediated by Niobium Complexes” Nechayev, M.; Gianetti, T. L.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* Dalton Trans. 2015, 46, 19494-19500.

13. “Electron Localization in a Mixed-Valence Diniobium Benzene ComplexGianetti, T. L.; Nocton, G.; Minasian, S. G.; Kaltzoyannis, N.; Kilcoyne, A. L. D.; Kozimor, S. A.; Shuh, D. K.; Tyliszczak, T.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold,* J., Chem. Sci. 2015, 6, 993-1003.

12. “Regioselective [2+ 2] and [4+ 2] Cycloaddition Reactivity in an Asymmetric Niobium (Bisimido) Moiety Towards Unsaturated Organic Molecules Obenhuber, A.; Gianetti, T. L.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* Chem. Comm. 2015, 51, 1278-1281.

11. “Synthesis and Characterization of Group 5 Imido Complexes Supported by the 2,6-Dichloroaryl-b-diketiminato LigandNechayev, M.; Kriegel, B.; Gianetti, T. L.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* Inorg. Chim. Acta 2014, 422, 114-119.

10. “Thorium lends a fiery handArnold, J.;* Gianetti, T. L.; Kashtan, Y., Nat. chem. 2014, 6, 554.

9. “Stoichiometric Carbon–Carbon Bond Formation Mediated by Well-defined Nb (III) ComplexesGianetti, T. L.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* Polyhedron 2014, 84, 19-23.

8. “Reaction of (Bisimido) niobium (V) Complexes with Organic Azides:[3+ 2] Cycloaddition and Reversible Cleavage of β-Diketiminato  Ligands Involving Nitrene Transfer Obenhuber, A.; Gianetti, T. L.; Berrebi, X.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 2994-2997.

7. “Carbon–Fluorine Bond Cleavage in Fluoroarenes via a Niobium (III) Imido Complex: from Stoichiometric to Catalytic Hydrodefluorination” Gianetti, T. L.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* Chem. Sci. 2014, 5, 2517-2524.

6. “Synthesis and Characterization of Coordinatively Unsaturated Nickel (II) and Manganese (II) Alkyl Complexes Supported by the Hydrotris (3-phenyl-5-methylpyrazolyl) Borate (TpPh, Me) LigandAbubekerov, M.; Gianetti, T. L.; Arnold, J.,* Dalton Trans. 2013, 42, 10525-10532.

5. “Group 5 Imides and Bis(imide) s as Selective Hydrogenation Catalysts” Gianetti, T. L.; La Pierre, H. S.; Arnold, J.,* Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2013, 22-23, 3771-3783.

4. “Dis-assembly of a Benzylic CF3 group mediated by a Niobium (III) Imido Complex” Gianetti, T. L.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 8145-8148.

3. “Diniobium Inverted Sandwich Complexes with µ-η6: η6-arene Ligands: Synthesis, Kinetics of Formation, and Electronic Structure” Gianetti, T. L.; Nocton, G.; Minasian, S. G.; Tomson, N. C.; Kilcoyne, A. L. D.; Kozimor, S. A.; Shuh, D. K.; Tyliszczak, T.; Bergman, R. G.;* Arnold, J.,* J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 3224-3236.

2. “Structures, Physicochemical Properties, and Reactivities of Cobalt (II) Complexes Supported by a Homoscorpionate (Tris(pyrazolyl)borate) Ligand” Kunishita, A.; Gianetti, T. L.; Arnold, J.,* Organometallics 2012, 31, 372-380.

1. “Z-selective, Catalytic, Internal-alkyne Semihydrogenation under H2:CO Mixtures by a Niobium(III) Imido ComplexGianetti, T. L.; Tomson, N. C.; Arnold, J.;* Bergman, R. G.,* J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 14904 -14907.