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Mickael E. Avanthay, Oliver H. Goodrich, David Tiemessen, Catherine M. Alder, Michael W. George, Alastair J. J. Lennox*
[46] Policy briefing on “Defossilising the chemical industry”.
Royal Society, Co-written by Alastair J. J. Lennox*
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Alice C. Dean. E. Harvey Randle, Andrew J. D. Lacey, Guiherme A. Marczak Giorio, Sayad Doobary, Benjamin D. Cons, Alastair J. J. Lennox*
[40] Electrochemical Synthesis of Biaryls by Reductive Extrusion from N,N'-diarylureas
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[38] Electronically Ambivalent Hydrodefluorination of Aryl-CF3 groups enabled by Electrochemical Deep-Reduction on a Ni Cathode
J. R. Box, M. E. Avanthay, D. L. Poole and A. J. J. Lennox
A. P. Atkins, A. C. Rowett, D. M. Heard, J. A. Tate, and A. J. J. Lennox
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[34] Electrochemistry in Natural Product Synthesis
K. Lam, M. C. Leech and A. J. J. Lennox

Science of Synthesis: Electrochemistry in Organic Synthesis, Ackermann, L., Ed.; Thieme: Stuttgart, (2021); Vol. 1, p 435-480

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[33] Daisy-Chaining Photo- and Thermal Chemistry: Multistep Continuous Flow Synthesis of Visible-Light-Mediated Photochemistry with a High-Temperature Cascade Reaction
L. D. Elliot, K.I. Booker-Milburn and A. J. J. Lennox*,
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[32] Direct Electrochemical Hydrodefluorination of Trifluoromethylketones Enabled by Non-Protic Conditions
J. R. Box, A. P. Atkins and A. J. J. Lennox*,
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[31] 3D Printed Reactionware for Synthetic Electrochemical Reactions with Hydrogen Fluoride Reagents
D. M. Heard, S. Doobary and A. J. J. Lennox*,
[30] Dichloromeldrum’s Acid (DiCMA): A Practical and Green Amine Dichloroacetylation Reagent
D. M. Heard and A. J. J. Lennox*,
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M. Avanthay, R. Bedford, C. Begg, D. Böse, J. Clayden, S. Davis, J. Eloi, G. P. Goryunov, I. V. Hartung, J. Heeley, K. A. Khaikin, M. Kitching, J. Krieger, P. S. Kulyabin, A. J. J. Lennox, R. Nolla-Saltiel, N. E. Pridmore, B. J. S. Rowsell, H. A. Sparkes, D. V. Uborsky, A. Z. Voskoboynikov, M. Walsh, H. J. Wilkinson
[28] Electrode Materials in Modern Organic Electrochemistry
D. M. Heard and A. J. J. Lennox*,
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[27] Alkene Vicinal Difluorination: From Fluorine gas to more Favoured conditions
S. Doobary and A. J. J. Lennox*

Synlett, 2020, 31, 1333-1342

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[26] Synthesis, Stability and Biological Studies of Fluorinated Analogues of Thromboxane A2
C. Jing, S. Mallah, E. Kriemen, S. H. Bennett, V. Fasano, I. Hers,*
A. J. J. Lennox,* and V. K. Aggarwal*
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[25] Minimal Manual Input
D. M. Heard & A. J. J. Lennox*
[24] Electrochemical Vicinal Difluorination of Alkenes: Scalable and Amenable to Electron‐rich Substrates
S. Doobary, A. T. Sedikides, H. P. Caldora, D. L. Poole, A. J. J. Lennox*
[23] Meisenheimer Complexes in SNAr Reactions: Intermediates or Transition States?
A. J. J. Lennox*
[22] Heteroleptic copper(I) photosensitizers with carbazole-substituted phenanthroline ligands: Synthesis, photophysical properties and application to photocatalytic H2 generation
Z.-J. Yu, H. Chen, A. J. J. Lennox, L.-J. Yan, X.-F. Liu, D.-D. Xu, F. Chen, L.-X. Xu, Y. Li, Q.-A. Wu, S.-P. Luo
[21] Electrochemical Aminoxyl-Mediated α-Cyanation of Secondary Piperidines for Pharmaceutical Building Block Diversification
A. J. J. Lennox, S. L. Goes, M. P. Webster, H. F. Koolman, S. W. Djuric, S. S. Stahl*
[20] Structural Design of the Conjugated Poly(ferrocene-phenantholine) for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution from Water
S.-P. Luo,* X.-J. Wang, H. Chen, Z.-J. Yu, W.-Y. Lou, X.-F. Liu, L.-M. Xia, B.-Y. Lou, P. Kang, A. J. J. Lennox, Q.-A. Wu
[19] Selective electrochemical generation of benzylic radicals enabled by ferrocene-based electron-transfer mediators
A. J. J. Lennox,* J. E. Nutting, S. S. Stahl*
[18] Structure activated copper photosensitizers for photocatalytic water reduction
A. J. J. Lennox,#  N.-Y. Chen,#  L.-M. Xia,# Y.-Y. Sun, H. Chen, H.-M. Jin, H. Junge, Q.-A. Wu, J.-H. Jia, M. Beller, S.-P. Luo*
[17] H2 generation with (mixed) plasmonic Cu,Ag,Au-TiO2 photocatalysts: Structure-reactivity relationships assessed by in situ spectroscopy
J. B. Priebe, J. Radnik, C. Kreyenschulte, A. J. J. Lennox, H. Junge, M. Beller, A. Brückner*
[16] Unravelling the Mechanism of basic aqueous Methanol Dehydrogenation catalyzed by Ru-PNP Pincer Complexes
A. J. J. Lennox,# E. Alberico,# L. K. Neumann, H. Jiao, W. Baumann, H.-J. Drexler, M. Nielson, A. Spannenberg, M. P. Checinski, H. Junge, M. Beller*
[15] Efficient Photocatalytic Water Reduction Using in Situ Generated Knölker's Iron Complexes
Y.-Y. Sun, H. Wang, N.-Y. Chen, A. J. J. Lennox, A. Friedrich, L.-M. Xia, S. Lochbrunner, H. Junge, M. Beller, S. Shou S.-P. Luo*
[14] In situ Photodeposition of Copper Nanoparticles on TiO2: Novel Catalysts with Facile Light-Induced Redox Cycling
A. J. J. Lennox, P. Bartels, M. M. Pohl, H. Junge, M. Beller*
[13] Copper-Based Photosensitisers in Water Reduction: A More Efficient In Situ Formed System and Improved Mechanistic Understanding
A. J. J. Lennox, S. Fischer, M. Jurrat, S.-P. Lou, N. Rockstroh, H. Junge, R. Ludwig, M. Beller*
[12] Rhodium-catalyzed alkoxylation/ acetalization of diazo compounds: One-step synthesis of highly functionalized quaternary carbon centers
J. Pospech, A. J. J. Lennox, M. Beller*
[11] Solar Hydrogen Production by plasmonic Au-TiO2 catalysts: Impact of Synthesis Protocol and TiO2 Phase on charge transfer efficiency and H2 evolution rates
J. B. Priebe, J. Radnik, A. J. J. Lennox, M.-M. Pohl, M. Karnahl, D. Hollmann, H.Junge, M. Beller, A. Brückner*
[10] A mild and selective reduction of β-Lactams: Rh-catalyzed hydrosilylation towards important pharmacological building blocks
C. Bornschein, A. J. J. Lennox, S. Werkmeister, K. Junge, M. Beller*
[9] Adding value to Power-Station Captured CO2: Highly tolerant Di-Zn and Mg homogeneous catalysts for polycarbonate polyol production
A. M. Chapman, C. Keyworth, M. R. Kember, A. J. J. Lennox, C. K. Williams*
[8] Boron Reagent Activation in Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling
A. J. J. Lennox, G. C. Lloyd-Jones*
[7] Selection of Boron Reagents in Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling
A. J. J. Lennox, G. C. Lloyd-Jones*
[6] Transmetalation in Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling: The Fork in the Trail
A. J. J. Lennox, G. C. Lloyd-Jones*
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[5] Preparation of Organotrifluoroborate Salts: Precipitation-Driven Equilibrium under Non-Etching Conditions
A. J. J. Lennox, G. C. Lloyd-Jones*

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2012, 51, 9385-9388 VIP

(Highlighted in RSC’s Chemistry World)

[4] R-BF3K Hydrolysis: Boronic Acid Release Mechanism and an Acid-Base Paradox in Cross-Coupling
A. J. J. Lennox, G. C. Lloyd-Jones*
[3] [(RCN)2PdCl2] - Catalyzed Isomerization of Alkenes: a Non-Hydride Binuclear Addition-Elimination Pathway
E. H. P. Tan, G. C. Lloyd-Jones,* J. N. Harvey,* A. J. J. Lennox, B. M. Mills,
[2] The Slow-Release Strategy in Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling
A. J. J. Lennox, G. C. Lloyd-Jones*

Isr. J. Chem., 2010, 50, 664-674 (Invited contribution to Nobel Prize Issue)

[1] Aryl Trifluoroborates in Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling: The Roles of Endogenous Aryl Boronic Acid & Fluoride
M. Butters, J. N. Harvey, J. Jover, A. J. J. Lennox, G. C. Lloyd-Jones,* P. M. Murray
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