Govindasamy Sekar
Govindasamy Sekar
Professor of Chemistry, Depatment of Chemistry, IIT Madras, India
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TitleCited byYear
An efficient method for cleavage of epoxides with aromatic amines
G Sekar, VK Singh
The Journal of organic chemistry 64 (1), 287-289, 1999
1821999
Aerobic, Chemoselective Oxidation of Alcohols to Carbonyl Compounds Catalyzed by a DABCO‐Copper Complex under Mild Conditions
S Mannam, SK Alamsetti, G Sekar
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 349 (14‐15), 2253-2258, 2007
1532007
Cu-catalyzed one-pot synthesis of unsymmetrical diaryl thioethers by coupling of aryl halides using a thiol precursor
DJC Prasad, G Sekar
organic letters 13 (5), 1008-1011, 2011
1392011
Asymmetric Kharasch Reaction:  Catalytic Enantioselective Allylic Oxidation of Olefins Using Chiral Pyridine Bis(diphenyloxazoline)−Copper Complexes and tert-Butyl …
G Sekar, A DattaGupta, VK Singh
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 63 (9), 2961-2967, 1998
1321998
Catalytic enantioselective cyclopropanation of olefins using carbenoid chemistry
VK Singh, A DattaGupta, G Sekar
Synthesis 1997 (02), 137-149, 1997
1121997
General, mild, and intermolecular Ullmann-type synthesis of diaryl and alkyl aryl ethers catalyzed by diol− copper (I) complex
AB Naidu, EA Jaseer, G Sekar
The Journal of organic chemistry 74 (10), 3675-3679, 2009
1042009
Efficient method for cleavage of aziridines with aromatic amines
G Sekar, VK Singh
The Journal of Organic Chemistry 64 (7), 2537-2539, 1999
871999
An efficient intermolecular C (aryl)–S bond forming reaction catalyzed by BINAM–copper (II) complex
DJC Prasad, AB Naidu, G Sekar
Tetrahedron letters 50 (13), 1411-1415, 2009
862009
An efficient copper (I) complex catalyzed Sonogashira type cross-coupling of aryl halides with terminal alkynes
KG Thakur, EA Jaseer, AB Naidu, G Sekar
Tetrahedron Letters 50 (24), 2865-2869, 2009
772009
D-Glucose as green ligand for selective copper-catalyzed phenol synthesis from aryl halides with an easy catalyst removal
KG Thakur, G Sekar
Chemical Communications 47 (23), 6692-6694, 2011
742011
Highly Efficient Copper-Catalyzed Domino Ring Opening and Goldberg Coupling Cyclization for the Synthesis of 3,4-Dihydro-2H-1,4-benzoxazines
RK Rao, AB Naidu, G Sekar
Organic letters 11 (9), 1923-1926, 2009
712009
An efficient method for the cleavage of aziridines using hydroxyl compounds
BAB Prasad, G Sekar, VK Singh
Tetrahedron Letters 41 (23), 4677-4679, 2000
702000
An efficient copper (II)-catalyzed synthesis of benzothiazoles through intramolecular coupling-cyclization of N-(2-chlorophenyl) benzothioamides
EA Jaseer, DJC Prasad, A Dandapat, G Sekar
Tetrahedron Letters 51 (38), 5009-5012, 2010
672010
CuCl catalyzed oxidation of aldehydes to carboxylic acids with aqueous tert-butyl hydroperoxide under mild conditions
S Mannam, G Sekar
Tetrahedron Letters 49 (6), 1083-1086, 2008
672008
An efficient method for opening nonactivated aziridines with TMS azide: application in the synthesis of chiral 1, 2-diaminocyclohexane
M Chandrasekhar, G Sekar, VK Singh
Tetrahedron Letters 41 (51), 10079-10083, 2000
652000
An efficient BINAM–copper (II) catalyzed Ullmann-type synthesis of diaryl ethers
AB Naidu, OR Raghunath, DJC Prasad, G Sekar
Tetrahedron Letters 49 (6), 1057-1061, 2008
632008
Domino synthesis of 2-arylbenzo [b] furans by copper (II)-catalyzed coupling of o-iodophenols and aryl acetylenes
EA Jaseer, DJC Prasad, G Sekar
Tetrahedron 66 (11), 2077-2082, 2010
622010
CuCl catalyzed selective oxidation of primary alcohols to carboxylic acids with tert-butyl hydroperoxide at room temperature
S Mannam, G Sekar
Tetrahedron Letters 49 (15), 2457-2460, 2008
582008
D-Glucosamine as a green ligand for copper catalyzed synthesis of primary aryl amines from aryl halides and ammonia
KG Thakur, D Ganapathy, G Sekar
Chemical Communications 47 (17), 5076-5078, 2011
562011
An efficient intermolecular BINAM–copper (I) catalyzed Ullmann-type coupling of aryl iodides/bromides with aliphatic alcohols
AB Naidu, G Sekar
Tetrahedron Letters 49 (19), 3147-3151, 2008
562008
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