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[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

Synlett Cover!

[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*

Chem. Eur. J. 2017, 23, 3631-3636,   #equal contribution

[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*

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 14890-14908       #equal contribution

[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*
[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

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2010, 49, 5156-5160 (“Hot paper” and featured in C&E News)

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