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Nóra Zsuzsa Kiss
Nóra Zsuzsa Kiss
Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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Insights into a surprising reaction: The microwave-assisted direct esterification of phosphinic acids
G Keglevich, NZ Kiss, Z Mucsi, T Körtvélyesi
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 10 (10), 2011-2018, 2012
1092012
Novel duplication in the F12 gene in a patient with recurrent angioedema
N Kiss, E Barabás, K Várnai, A Halász, LÁ Varga, Z Prohászka, H Farkas, ...
Clinical Immunology 149 (1), 142-145, 2013
872013
The role of complement in Streptococcus pneumoniae-associated haemolytic uraemic syndrome
Á Szilágyi, N Kiss, C Bereczki, G Tálosi, K Rácz, S Túri, Z Györke, ...
Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 28 (9), 2237-2245, 2013
792013
Microwave-assisted esterification of phosphinic acids
G Keglevich, E Balint, E Jablonkai, L Hegedus, A Grun, I Greiner
Current Organic Chemistry 15 (11), 1802-1810, 2011
682011
Novel synthesis of phosphinates by the microwave-assisted esterification of phosphinic acids
NZ Kiss, K Ludányi, L Drahos, G Keglevich
Synthetic Communications® 39 (13), 2392-2404, 2009
682009
An overview of the applications of ionic liquids as catalysts and additives in organic chemical reactions
Z Radai, NZ Kiss, G Keglevich
Current Organic Chemistry 22 (6), 533-556, 2018
592018
Microwave-assisted direct esterification of cyclic phosphinic acids in the presence of ionic liquids
NZ Kiss, G Keglevich
Tetrahedron Letters 57 (9), 971-974, 2016
482016
Microwave‐Assisted Direct Esterification of Cyclic Phosphinic Acids
NZ Kiss, E Boettger, L Drahos, G Keglevich
Heteroatom Chemistry 24 (4), 283-288, 2013
482013
A quantum chemical study on the mechanism and energetics of the direct esterification, thioesterification and amidation of 1-hydroxy-3-methyl-3-phospholene 1-oxide
Z Mucsi, NZ Kiss, G Keglevich
RSC Advances 4 (23), 11948-11954, 2014
392014
The Palladium Acetate‐Catalyzed Microwave‐Assisted Hirao Reaction without an Added Phosphorus Ligand as a “Green” Protocol: A Quantum Chemical Study on the Mechanism
G Keglevich, R Henyecz, Z Mucsi, NZ Kiss
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 359 (24), 4322-4331, 2017
382017
A neighbouring group effect leading to enhanced nucleophilic substitution of amines at the hindered α-carbon atom of an α-hydroxyphosphonate
NZ Kiss, A Kaszás, L Drahos, Z Mucsi, G Keglevich
Tetrahedron letters 53 (2), 207-209, 2012
372012
Microwave-assisted organophosphorus synthesis
G Keglevich, A Grun, E Balint, N Zsuzsa Kiss, E Jablonkai
Current Organic Chemistry 17 (5), 545-554, 2013
332013
Advantages of the microwave tool in organophosphorus syntheses
G Keglevich, NZ Kiss, A Grün, E Bálint, T Kovács
Synthesis 49 (14), 3069-3083, 2017
322017
Direct esterification of phosphinic acids under microwave conditions: extension to the synthesis of thiophosphinates and new mechanistic insights
G Keglevich, NZ Kiss, L Drahos, T Körtvélyesi
Tetrahedron Letters 54 (6), 466-469, 2013
322013
Microwave‐Assisted Functionalization of Phosphinic Acids: Amidations versus Esterifications
G Keglevich, NZ Kiss, T Körtvélyesi
Heteroatom Chemistry 24 (2), 91-99, 2013
312013
A study on the kabachnik‐‐fields reaction of benzaldehyde, cyclohexylamine, and dialkyl phosphites
G Keglevich, NZ Kiss, DK Menyhárd, A Fehérvári, I Csontos
Heteroatom Chemistry 23 (2), 171-178, 2012
282012
The synthesis of phosphinates: traditional versus green chemical approaches
G Keglevich, NZ Kiss, Z Mucsi, E Jablonkai, E Bálint
Green Processing and Synthesis 3 (2), 103-110, 2014
272014
A three-step conversion of phenyl-1H-phosphinic acid to dialkyl phenylphosphonates including two microwave-assisted direct esterification steps
N Zsuzsa Kiss, Z Mucsi, E Bottger, L Drahos, G Keglevich
Current Organic Synthesis 11 (5), 767-772, 2014
262014
To date the greenest method for the preparation of α-hydroxyphosphonates from substituted benzaldehydes and dialkyl phosphites
G Keglevich, Z Rádai, NZ Kiss
Green Processing and Synthesis 6 (2), 197-201, 2017
242017
Synthesis of 1-Amino-2, 5-dihydro-1H-phosphole 1-Oxides and Their N-Phosphinoyl Derivatives, Bis (2, 5-dihydro-1H-phosphol-1-yl) amine P, P′-Dioxides
NZ Kiss, A Simon, L Drahos, K Huben, S Jankowski, G Keglevich
Synthesis 45 (02), 199-204, 2013
192013
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