12/12/2016  TCI NEWS

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[New Brochure] Silicon Compounds

Silicon Compounds are categorized by atomic bonding patterns such as silicon-carbon, silicon-hydrogen, silicon-silicon and etc. They are able to be utilized widely not only organic synthesis but also material research.
Q6002E
- Many silicon compounds are categorized by atomic bonding patterns
- Silicon compounds having bonds with heavy-atoms like silicon-, phosphorus- and sulfur-atoms are also listed

TCI has a wide variety of product brochures. Most of them are available in PDF format and can be downloaded from our website.

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[Featured Products] Organic-Inorganic Perovskite Precursors

TCI strongly supports the research & development of perovskite solar cells.

Three Advantages of TCI's Perovskite-Related Products
• High Purity
We can provide high purity PbX2 as well as organic onium salts with low water content. They are effective for improving the performance of perovskite solar cells.

• Product Variety
We can provide a variety of products such as various PbX2, organic onium salts, and DMF complex of MAPbI3 that was already prepared in 1:1 of lead iodide and MAI, etc.

• Scale-Up
We can provide various PbX2 , MAPbI3/DMF complex, and some dominant organic onium salts in bulk scale.

[New Edition] TCIMail Quarterly Magazine – No. 171

TCIMAIL contains technical papers contributed by leading professors and scientists. We also introduce our new reagents in the fields of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Materials Chemistry, Bioscience and Analytical Science. Examples of application and use are explained in an easy way, using various schemes and charts.

Research Article
- Development of Novel Methodologies in Organic Synthesis Based on Ate Complex Formation

Research Article
- Furan Photo-oxidation Based Click Reactions: Labeling, Crosslinking and Conjugation of Peptides and Oligonucleotides under Physiological Conditions

Chemistry Chat
New Allotropes of Main Group Elements (2)
Kentaro Sato

Applications
- Visible Light Photoredox Catalysts
- A Ceramide-Trafficking Protein (CERT) Inhibitor
- Protein Kinase Inhibitor

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Research Article

Borafluorene for the Efficient Construction of Extended π-Conjugated Systems

Fukushima, Shoji and coworkers reported that 9-chloro-9-borafluorene mediates sequential alkyne insertion (1,2-carboboration) and oxidative deborylation/Csp2–Csp2 coupling reactions, affording extended π-conjugated molecules. The sequential reactions can be performed in a one-pot fashion and are very useful for the construction of a wide variety of π-conjugated systems, which are potentially applicable to organic electronics.
C3421

References

Product Highlight

A Bisphosphine Usable for Metal-free Hydrogenations

B4530,T2313
1,8-Bis(diphenylphosphino)naphthalene (1) has two diphenylphosphino groups and acts as a bulky Lewis base. The bulkiness of 1 is also effective for forming unquenched Lewis acid-base pairs, “frustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs)”, by treatment with a Lewis acid like tris(pentafluorophenyl)borane (2). Erker et al. have applied them to activate a molecular hydrogen and the subsequent metal-free hydrogenations of silyl enol ethers. In this reaction, molecular hydrogens seem to be activated by the FLP-induced acid-base cooperation.

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New Products

Bioscience

New Products

HPLC Columns "TCI Chiral series"

• A unique stationary phase
   Polymaleimide (helical polymer) bearing chiral side groups coated on silica gel.
• Suitable for separation of carbonyl compounds and the others
   ex. Ketones, Esters, Carboxylic acids, N-Protected Amino acids, Alcohols etc.
• Available for three types chiral stationary phase (MB-S, BP-S and CH-S)
• High column load capacity
• Superior column longevity [Maximum pressure: 2900 psi (20 MPa)]
• Affordable price
Tropicamide
Chiral separation of Tropicamide by TCI Chiral MB-S

Reagent Guides 8th Edition

In these Reagent Guides, TCI products have been classified according to research fields, reaction types, applications and basic structures. Please click here to contact TCI local distributors or TCI for a Free Copy!
Synthetic Organic Chemistry & Materials Chemistry

Classification examples:

Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Asymmetric Organocatalysts / Cross-coupling Reaction Using Transition Metal Catalysts / Condensation & Active Esterification

Materials Chemistry
Solar Cell Research Reagents / OLED / Photochromic Compounds
Bioscience & Analytical Science

Classification examples:

Bioscience
Nucleosides / Amino Acids / Sugars / Lipids / Terpenes / Steroids / Antibodies

Analytical Science
GC Derivatizing Reagents / HPLC Labeling Reagents / HPLC Columns / Derivatization Reagents for MS

TCI has a wide variety of catalogs and product brochures. Most of them are available in PDF format and can be downloaded from our website.

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TCI Website Tips

Reagent Guide - Online Version Available on TCI Website

TCI Reagent Guides, product catalogs by category, are very useful as reference for finding reagents. Do you know Reagent Guides are also available as online version on our website?
You click “Products” tab, then you can go around our product information by category easily.

Additionally, benefits of online catalogs include;
-New products that aren't included in the paper version are added every day.
-Product categories that aren’t included in the paper version are available, and new categories are uploaded timely.

Please click the following product categories, and find your chemicals!

Exhibitions/Meetings/Shows

Asia-Pacific Hybrid and Organic Photovoltaics Conference (AP-HOPV17)

PACIFICO Yokohama
Kanagawa, JAPAN
February 3-4, 2017
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