Dr Lia Sotorríos email@example.com
Lia's research focuses on modelling organometallic reactivity and analysing the electronic structure and bonding of heterobimetallic complexes. This work is in collaboration with Prof. Mike Whittlesey of Bath University and funded by EPSRC.
Lia did a master in synthetic chemistry in the University of the Basque Country, where she also carried out her PhD in the applications of DFT techniques to organic and organometallic systems under the supervision of Enrique Gómez-Bengoa.
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Understanding and Expanding Zinc Cation/Amine Frustrated Lewis Pair Catalyzed C–H Borylation
Dehydropolymerization of H3B·NMeH2 Mediated by Cationic Iridium(III) Precatalysts Bearing κ3-iPr-PNRP Pincer Ligands (R = H, Me): An Unexpected Inner-Sphere Mechanism
Synthesis, Characterisation and Reactivity of Group 2 Complexes with a Thiopyridyl Scorpionate Ligand
Structural Investigation of Magnesium Complexes Supported by a Thiopyridyl Scorpionate Ligand
Zinc-Promoted ZnMe/ZnPh Exchange in Eight-Coordinate [Ru(PPh3)2(ZnMe)4H2]
Single-Crystal to Single-Crystal Addition of H2 to [Ir(iPr-PONOP)(propene)][BArF4] and Comparison Between Solid-State and Solution Reactivity
Unexpected Metal-Free Synthesis of Trifluoromethyl Arenes via Tandem Coupling of Dicyanoalkenes and Conjugated Fluorinated Sulfinyl Imines
Controlled Synthesis of Well-Defined Polyaminoboranes on Scale Using a Robust and Efficient Catalyst
Bonding and Reactivity of a Pair of Neutral and Cationic Heterobimetallic RuZn2 Complexes
Intramolecular Palladium(II)-Catalyzed 6-endo C–H Alkenylation Directed by the Remote N-Protecting Group: Mechanistic Insight and Application to the Synthesis of Dihydroquinolines
Heriot-Watt University, Institute of Chemical Sciences, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK EH14 4AS