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Webster group research focuses on catalysis with first row transition metals, with a focus on iron catalyst design for the synthesis of bonds between main-group elements. We are interested in trying to understand mechanism and in order to do so we use a varity of in situ and in-line techniques.

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Projects 2014 2022

Research Output 2009 2017

2 Citations
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Iron catalyzed dehydrocoupling of amine- and phosphine-boranes

Coles, N. T. & Webster, R. L. 2017 In : Israel Journal of Chemistry. 57, 12, p. 1070-1081

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phosphine
Boranes
Amines
Iron
Hydrogen storage
1 Citations
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Iron
Phosphines
Regioselectivity
Catalysts
Methylene Chloride
5 Citations
Open Access
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4 Citations

β-Diketiminate complexes of the first row transition metals: Applications in catalysis

Webster, R. 14 Apr 2017 In : Dalton Transactions . 46, 14, p. 4483-4498

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Catalysis
Transition metals
Metals
Catalysts
Catalyst activity