John Tsanaktsidis
John Tsanaktsidis
CSIRO Manufacturing
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Highly efficient dehydration of carbohydrates to 5-(chloromethyl) furfural (CMF), 5-(hydroxymethyl) furfural (HMF) and levulinic acid by biphasic continuous flow processing
M Brasholz, K Von Kaenel, CH Hornung, S Saubern, J Tsanaktsidis
Green Chemistry 13 (5), 1114-1117, 2011
1172011
Cubane: 50 years later
KF Biegasiewicz, JR Griffiths, GP Savage, J Tsanaktsidis, R Priefer
Chemical reviews 115 (14), 6719-6745, 2015
1022015
The scope for synthesis of macro-RAFT agents by sequential insertion of single monomer units
S Houshyar, DJ Keddie, G Moad, RJ Mulder, S Saubern, J Tsanaktsidis
Polymer Chemistry 3 (7), 1879-1889, 2012
1012012
Validating Eaton's hypothesis: Cubane as a benzene bioisostere
BA Chalmers, H Xing, S Houston, C Clark, S Ghassabian, A Kuo, B Cao, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (11), 3580-3585, 2016
862016
The reactions of 1, 4-dihalocubanes with organolithiums. The case for 1, 4-cubadiyl
PE Eaton, J Tsanaktsidis
Journal of the American Chemical Society 112 (2), 876-878, 1990
601990
Continuous flow hydrogenations using novel catalytic static mixers inside a tubular reactor
A Avril, CH Hornung, A Urban, D Fraser, M Horne, JP Veder, ...
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering 2 (2), 180-188, 2017
552017
Environmentally benign procedures for the preparation and isolation of 3-methylcyclopent-2-en-1-one
L Bagnell, M Bliese, T Cablewski, CR Strauss, J Tsanaktsidis
Australian journal of chemistry 50 (9), 921-926, 1997
521997
Reducing the cost, smell, and toxicity of the Barton reductive decarboxylation: Chloroform as the hydrogen atom source
EJ Ko, GP Savage, CM Williams, J Tsanaktsidis
Organic letters 13 (8), 1944-1947, 2011
462011
Barton decarboxylation of cubane-1, 4-dicarboxylic acid: Optimized procedures for cubanecarboxylic acid and cubane
PE Eaton, N Nordari, J Tsanaktsidis, SP Upadhyaya
Synthesis 1995 (05), 501-502, 1995
451995
Decarboxylation of bridgehead carboxylic acids by the Barton procedure
EW Della, J Tsanaktsidis
Australian journal of chemistry 39 (12), 2061-2066, 1986
401986
Dithiocarbamate RAFT agents with broad applicability–the 3, 5-dimethyl-1 H-pyrazole-1-carbodithioates
J Gardiner, I Martinez-Botella, J Tsanaktsidis, G Moad
Polymer Chemistry 7 (2), 481-492, 2016
372016
Flow synthesis of tricyclic spiropiperidines as building blocks for the histrionicotoxin family of alkaloids
M Brasholz, BA Johnson, JM Macdonald, A Polyzos, J Tsanaktsidis, ...
Tetrahedron 66 (33), 6445-6449, 2010
372010
Dimethyl cubane-1, 4-dicarboxylate: a practical laboratory scale synthesis
M Bliese, J Tsanaktsidis
Australian journal of chemistry 50 (3), 189-192, 1997
371997
Continuous flow photo-initiated RAFT polymerisation using a tubular photochemical reactor
J Gardiner, CH Hornung, J Tsanaktsidis, D Guthrie
European Polymer Journal 80, 200-207, 2016
362016
Pilot-Scale Production of Dimethyl 1, 4-Cubanedicarboxylate
MJ Falkiner, SW Littler, KJ McRae, GP Savage, J Tsanaktsidis
Organic Process Research & Development 17 (12), 1503-1509, 2013
362013
CUB-5: A contoured aliphatic pore environment in a cubic framework with potential for benzene separation applications
LK Macreadie, EJ Mensforth, R Babarao, K Konstas, SG Telfer, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 141 (9), 3828-3832, 2019
352019
The Generation of Aminyl Radicals from Sulfenamides
ALJ Beckwith, BJ Maxwell, J Tsanaktsidis
Australian Journal of Chemistry 44 (12), 1809-1812, 1991
351991
Chloroform as a hydrogen atom donor in Barton reductive decarboxylation reactions
J Ho, J Zheng, R Meana-Pañeda, DG Truhlar, EJ Ko, GP Savage, ...
The Journal of organic chemistry 78 (13), 6677-6687, 2013
332013
Synthesis of bridgehead-bridgehead substituted bicycloalkanes
EW Della, J Tsanaktsidis
Australian journal of chemistry 38 (11), 1705-1718, 1985
331985
Synthesis of Bridgehead Halides by Barton Halodecarboxylation
EW Della, J Tsanaktsidis
Australian Journal of Chemistry 42 (1), 61-69, 1989
321989
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