Konstantin Galkin

Education:

2004 - 2009 M.Sc., D.Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow

2009 - 2014 Ph.D., Institute of Organoelement Compounds, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Research interests:

Organic chemistry, element chemistry, catalysis, synthesis of potentially biological compounds, biomass conversion, cycloaddition reactions

Publications:

1. P.I. Abronina, K.I. Galkin, L.V. Backinowsky, A.A. Grachev. Synthesis of a derivative of a pentasaccharide repeating unit of the O-antigenic polysaccharide of the bacterium Klebsiella pneumoniae O3 as a benzoylated 2-methoxycarbonylethyl thioglycoside. Russian Chemical Bulletin, 2009, 58, 2, 457-467.

2. K.I. Galkin, S.E. Lubimov, F.M. Dolgushin, A.F. Smol'yakov, V.A. Davankov, I.A. Godovikov, E.A. Sergeeva, I.T. Chizhevsky. New аcyclic (p-аllyl)-closo-rhodacarboranes with the аgostic CH3…Rh bonding interaction that operate as unmodified Rh-based catalysts for alkene hydroformylation. Organometallics, 2012, 31, 6080-6084.

3. K.I. Galkin, F.M. Dolgushin, A.F. Smol'yakov, I.A. Godovikov, E.A. Sergeeva, I.T. Chizhevsky. Mixed-ligand di-μ-chloro-bridged rhodium dimers as key intermediates in the synthesis of acyclic (π-allyl)-closo-rhodacarboranes. Mendeleev Commun., 2013, 23, 193-195.

4. K.I. Galkin, F.M. Dolgushin, A.F. Smol'yakov, E.A. Sergeeva, I.A. Godovikov I.T. Chizhevsky. Base-mediated transformation of the agostic (π-allyl)-closo-rhodacarboranes into complexes with an open (1-5-η5)-pentadienyl ligand. Dalton Transactions, 2014, 43 (13), 5076-5082.

Hobby:

Ping-pong

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