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2. J.R. Pankhurst,* S. Hohloch*

"N-heterocyclic and mesoionic carbene complexes of the actinides"

Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry IV, 2022, 201 - 206.


1. L.J. Daumann*, S. Demir*, S. Hohloch*

“Trendberichte Bioanorganische und Koordinationschemie”

Nachr. Chem., 2019, 67, 65 - 80.


Peer-Reviewed Publications

108. Diverging Reactivity and C-H Activation Chemistry in Anilidophosphine Supported Group III Complexes

F. Hett, B.Wittwer, S. Hohloch*

Dalton Trans., manuscript in preparation

107. Synthesis and (Electro)Chemical Properties of Molybdenum Nitrido Complexes Supported by Redox-Active NHC and MIC Ligands 

D. Leitner, F.R. Neururer, S. Hohloch*

Dalton Trans., manuscript in preparation

106. Neutral and Cationic Molybdenum and Tungsten Complexes Supported by a Tridentate PNP Ligand

D. Leitner, M. Henning, S. Hohloch*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2024, manuscript in preparation

105. Stability and Catalytic Activity of 1,2,3-Triazolylidene Supported Dioxomolydenum and Dioxotungsten Complexes in the Catalytic Deoxygenation Reaction of Nitroarenes 

F.R. Neururer, F. Heim, P. Boos, S. Liu, M. Baltrun, J. Beerhues, S. Hohloch*

Inorg. Chem. Front., 2024, in preparation.

104. Facile Access to Highly Cytotoxic Metallocenium-Based Mesoionic Carbene Gold(I) Complexes via Fluorinative Desilylations

D. Menia, F. Neururer, K. Wurst, P. Lippmann, I. Esarev, I. Ott,* M. Podewitz,* S. Hohloch* and B. Bildstein*

Chem. Commun., 2024, in preparation.

103. Structural Doversity in Anilidophosphine Supported Lanthanide Chemistry

B. Wittwer, F. Hett, S. Hohloch*

Inorg. Chem., 2024, in preparation.

102. Reduction of CS2 to an Ethanetetrathiolate by a Hydride-Bridged Uranium–Iridium Heterobimetallic Complex

C. Z. Ye, I. Del Rosal, E. T. Ouellette, S. Hohloch, L. Maron, C. Camp* and J. Arnold*

Chem. Commun., 2024, submitted.

101. Iron(III)-salophene catalyzes redox cycles that induce phospholipid peroxidation and deplete cancer cells of ferroptosis-protecting cofactors 

F. Su, H. Descher, M. Bui-Hoang, H. Stuppner, I. Skvortsova, E. Bonyadirad, Z. Rao, S. Hohloch, S. Koeberle, R. Gust, A. Koeberle,*

Redox Biology, 2024, under revision.

100. A Bridging Bis-Phosphanido-Phosphinidene Complex of Lanthanum Supported by a Sterically Encumbering PN Ligand

B. Wittwer, F. Heim, K. Wurst, S. Hohloch*

Chem. Commun., 2024, 60, submitted.

99. Isostructural series of a cyclometalated iron complex in three oxidation states

J. Steube, L. Fritsch, A. Kruse, O. Bokareva, S. Demeshko, H. Elgabarty, R. Schoch, M. Alaraby, S. Hohloch, T.D. Kühne, F. Meyer, O. Kühn, S. Lochbrunner, M. Bauer*

Inorg. Chem. 2024, under revision.

98. Salene iron(III) complexes – Is increased lipophilicity key to enhanced cellular uptake?

A.D. Bernkop-Schnürch, K. Huber, A. Clauser, M. Cziferszky, D. Leitner, H. Talasz, M. Hermann, S. Hohloch, R. Gust, B. Kircher*

J. Bio. Inorg. Chem., 2024, submitted

97. Transferrin Receptor mediated Cellular Uptake of Fluorinated Chlorido[N,N´-bissalicylidene-phenylenediamine]iron(III) Complexes

A.D. Bernkop-Schnürch, M. Hermann, D. Leitner, S. Hohloch, R. Gust, B. Kircher* 

ACS Omega, 2024, accepted.

96. Light induced splitting of P-C bonds in a lanthanum(III) phosphahemiketal complex

B. Wittwer, K.N. McCabe, D. Leitner, M. Seidl, L. Maron,* S. Hohloch*

Inorg. Chem, Front., 2024, 11, accepted.

DOI: 10.1039/D4QI00868E


95. A Versatile Comproportionation Route to construct mono-imido trichlorido precursors of molybdenum(V) and tungsten(V)

D. Leitner, K. Wurst, S. Hohloch*     

Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem., 2024, 650, e202300248.

DOI: 10.1002/zaac.202300248


invited manuscript "Special issue Rhett Kempe"

94. A Mesoionic Carbene Stabilized Nickel(II) Hydroxide Complex: A Facile Precursor for C–H Activation Chemistry

A. Pavun, R. Niess, L.A. Scheibel, M. Seidl, S. Hohloch*

Dalton Trans., 2024, 53, 2749 - 2761.

DOI: 10.1039/D3DT03746K


invited manuscript (by Editorial Office)

93. Scrutinising the Redox-Chemistry of Group 10 Complexes Supported by a Redox-Active bis-Phenolate Mesoionic Carbene

B. Wittwer, D. Leitner, F.R. Neururer, R. Schoch, M. Seidl, J. Pecak, M. Podewitz,* S.Hohloch*

Polyhedron, 2024, 250, 116786

DOI: 10.1016/j.poly.2023.116786


Invited article for the special issue "Emerging Investigators"

92. Design, synthesis, electrochemical, and biological evaluation of fluorescent chlorido[N,N′-bis(methoxy/hydroxy)salicylidene-1,2-bis(4-methoxy-phenyl)ethylenediamine]iron(III) complexes as anticancer agents

A.D. Bernkop-Schnürch, D. Chavooshi, H. Descher, D. Leitner, H. Talasz, M. Hermann, K. Wurst, S. Hohloch, R. Gust,* B. Kircher*

J. Med. Chem., 2023, 66, 15916 - 15925.

DOI: 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.3c01359 


91. Clathrochelate Complexes Containing Axial Cyamantrene and Tromancenium Moieties

R. Thaler, H. Kopacka, K. Wurst, T. Müller, F.R. Neururer, S. Hohloch, P. Lippmann, I. Ott,* B. Bildstein*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2023, e202300368

DOI: 10.1002/ejic.202300368 


90. Expanding the Utility of Beta-Diketiminate Ligands in Heavy Group VI Chemisty of Molybdenum and Tungsten

D. Leitner, B. Wittwer, F.R. Neururer, M Seidl, F. Tambornino, S. Hohloch*

Organometallics, 2023, 42, 1411 - 1424.

DOI: 10.1021/acs.organomet.3c00056


invited manuscript
special issue: Early Transition Metals in Organometallic Chemistry

89. The Chemistry of Vanadium bis-Phenolate NHC Complexes in Three Oxidation States

F.R. Neururer, D. Leitner, S. Liu, K. Wurst, H. Kopacka, M. Seidl, S. Hohloch*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2023, e202300180

DOI: 10.1002/ejic.202300180


invited manuscript
special issues: NHC Ligands in Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis

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88. Curious Case of Cobaltocenium Carbaldehyde

D. Menia, M. Pittracher, H. Kopacka, K. Wurst, F.R. Neururer, D. Leitner, S. Hohloch, M. Podewitz,* B. Bildstein*

Organometallics, 2023, 42, 377 - 383.

DOI: 10.1021/acs.organomet.2c00613 


87. Imidazolyl-substituted benzo- and naphthodithiophenes as precursors for the synthesis of open-shell quinoids

P. Hou, S. Peschtrich, W. Feuerstein, R. Schoch, S. Hohloch, F. Breher, J. Paradies*

ChemistryOpen, 2023, 12, e202300003

DOI: 10.1002/open.202300003 


86. Janus-type emission of a Cyclometallated Iron(III) Complex

J. Steube, A. Kruse, O.S. Bokareva, T. Reuter, S. Demeshko, R. Schoch, M.A-Argüello Cordero, S. Hohloch, F. Meyer, K. Heinze, O. Kühn, S. Lochbrunner, M. Bauer*

Nature Chem., 2023, 15, 468 - 474. 

DOI: 10.1038/s41557-023-01137-w


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85. Tromancenium Complexes with Steric and Electronic Modulation

A. Pavun, H. Kopacka, K. Wurst, T. Müller, F.R. Neururer, S. Hohloch,* B. Bildstein*

J. Organomet. Chem., 2023, 985, 122594

DOI: 10.1016/j.jorganchem.2022.122594
(invited manuscript, special issue ICOMC 2022)


84. Reactivity and Structure of a bis-Phenolate Niobium-NHC Complex

F.R. Neururer, K. Huter, H. Kopacka, B. Wittwer, S. Hohloch*

ACS Org. Inorg. Au, 2023, 3, 59 - 71.

DOI: 10.1021/acsorginorgau.2c00028


invited article (by Editorial Office)

83. Borylated Cymantrenes and Tromancenium Salts with Unusual Reactivity

R. Thaler, H. Kopacka, K. Wurst, T. Müller, D.F. Dinu, K.R. Liedl, F.R. Neururer, S. Hohloch, B. Bildstein*

Organometallics, 2022,  41,  1464 - 1473.


82. A Mesoionic Carbene Complex of Manganese in Five Oxidation States

B. Wittwer, N. Dickmann, S. Berg, D. Leitner, L. Tesi, D. Hunger, R. Gratzl, J. van Slageren, N.I. Neumann,* D. Munz,* S. Hohloch*

Chem. Commun., 2022, 58, 6096 - 6099.


81. Halogen-bonded Networks of Porous Organic Cages

E. Nieland, D. Komisarek, S. Hohloch, K. Wurst, V. Vasylyeva-Shor, O. Weingart,* B.M. Schmidt*

Chem. Commun., 2022, 58, 5233 - 5236.


80. Coupling of CO2 and Epoxides Catalysed by Novel N-Fused Mesoionic Carbene Complexes of Nickel(II)

F.A. Watt, B. Sieland, N. Dickmann, R. Herbst-Irmer, H. Ott, R. Schoch, J. Paradies, D. Kuckling, S. Hohloch*

Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 17361 - 17371.


invited article

79. Mesoionic Carbenes in Low- to High-Valent Vanadium Chemistry

F. Neururer, S. Liu, D. Leitner, M. Baltrun, K.R. Fisher, H. Kopacka, K. Wurst, L.J. Daumann, D. Munz,* S. Hohloch*

Inorg. Chem., 2021, 60, 15421 - 15434.


78. Rhodocenium Functionalization Enabled by Half-Sandwich Capping,  Zincke-Reaction, Diazoniation and Sandmeyer Chemistry

M. Wiedemair, H. Kopacka, K. Wurst, T. Müller, K. Michele, S. Vanicek, S. Hohloch, B. Bildstein*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2021, 3305 - 3313.


77. Distinct photodynamic of k-N and k-C pseudiisomeric iron(II) complexes

P. Dierks, A. Kruse, O.S. Bokareva, M.J. Al-Marri, M. Baltrun, A. Neuba, R. Schoch, S. Hohloch, K. Heinze, O. Kühn, S. Lochbrunner, M. Bauer*

Chem. Commun., 2021, 57, 6640 - 6643.


76. Bright Luminescent Alkali Metal Carbene Complexes

P. Pinter, C.M. Schüßlbauer, F.A. Watt, N. Dickmann, R. Herbst-Irmer, A. Grünwald, T. Ullrich, M. Zimmer, D.M. Guldi,* S. Hohloch,* D. Munz*

Chem. Sci., 2021, 12, 7401 - 7410.


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75. Amidinate Supporting Ligands Influence Molecularity in Formation of Uranium Nitrides

M.D. Straub, L.M. Moreau, Y. Qioa, E.T. Ouellette, M.A. Boreen, T.D. Lohrey, N.S. Settineri, S. Hohloch, C.H. Booth, S.G. Minasian, J. Arnold*

Inorg. Chem., 2021, 60, 6672 - 6679.


74. eta-3-Coordination and Functionalization of the 2-Phosphaethynthiolate Anion at Lanthanum(III) 

F.A. Watt, L. Burkhardt, R. Schoch, S. Mitzinger, M. Bauer, F. Weigend,* J.M. Goicoechea,* F. Tambornino,* S. Hohloch,*

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2021, 60, 9534 - 9539.


73. Catalytic Deoxygenation of Nitroarenes mediated by high-valent molybdenum(VI)-NHC complexes

S. Liu, J.I. Amaro-Estrada, M. Baltrun, I. Douair, R. Schoch, L. Maron,* S. Hohloch*

Organometallics, 2021, 40, 107 - 118.


72. A Transient Lanthanum Phosphinidene

F.A. Watt, K.N. McCabe, R. Schoch, L. Maron*, S.Hohloch*

Chem. Commun., 2020, 56, 15410 - 15413. 


71. Isocyanate Insertion into a La–P Phosphide Bond: A Versatile Route to Phosphaureate Bridged Heterobimetallic Lanthanide ‒ Coinage Metal Complexes

F.A. Watt, N. Dickmann, R. Schoch, S. Hohloch*

Inorg. Chem., 2020, 59, 13621 - 13631.


70. Reaction of Isocyanide with Uranium(III) Metallocenium Salt Yields Mono- and Dicationic Uranium(IV) products

M.A. Boreen, O.A. Groß, S. Hohloch*, J. Arnold*

Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 11971 - 11977.


69. Molybdenum(VI) Bis-Imido Complexes of Dipyrromethene Ligands

J. Locher, F.A. Watt, A.G. Neuba, R. Schoch, D. Munz*, S.Hohloch*

Inorg. Chem., 2020, 59, 9847 - 9856.


68. Structure and magnetism of a tetrahedral uranium(III) beta-diketiminate complex

M.A. Boreen, C.A. Gould, C.H. Booth, S. Hohloch*, J. Arnold*

Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 7938 - 7944.


67. Comparative Studies of Bulky Uranium Metallocene Azides, Isocyanates, and their Borane-Capped Lewis Adducts

M.A. Boreen, K.N. McCabe, T.D. Lohrey, F.A. Watt, L. Maron, S.Hohloch*, J. Arnold*

Inorg. Chem., 2020, 59, 8580 - 8588.


66. Lewis acid capping or a uranium(V) nitride via a uranium(III) azide molecular square

M.A. Boreen, G. Rao, D.G. Villarreal, F.A. Watt, R.D. Britt, S. Hohloch*, J. Arnold*

Chem. Commun., 2020, 56, 4535 - 4538.


65. Monoanionic anilidophosphine ligands in lanthanide chemistry: Scope and Stability

F.A. Watt, A. Krishna, G. Golovanov, H. Ott, R. Schoch, C. Wölper, A.G. Neuba, S. Hohloch*

Inorg. Chem., 2020, 59, 2719 - 2732.


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64. Tuning Pt(II)-Based Donor-Acceptor Systems Through Ligand Design: Effects on Frontier Orbitals, Redox Potentials, Vis-NIR Absorptions Electrochromism and Photocatalysis

S. Sobottka, M. Nößler, A.L. Ostericher, G. Hermann, N.Z. Subat, J. Beerhues,M. Behr-van der Meer, L. Suntrup, U. Albold, S. Hohloch, J.-C. Tremblay, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2020, 26, 1314 - 1327.


63. Structural, Electrochemical, and Magnetic Studies of Bulky Uranium(III) and Uranium(IV) Metallocenes

M.A. Boreen, D.J. Lussier, B.A. Skeel, T.D. Lohrey, F.A. Watt, D.K. Shuh, J.R. Long, S. Hohloch*, J. Arnold*

Inorg. Chem., 2019, 58,  16629 - 16641.


62. Half-Sandwich Ir(III) and Os(II) Complexes of Pyridyl-Mesoionic Carbenes as Potential Anticancer Agents

J. Kralj, A. Bolje, D.S. Polančec, I. Steiner, T. Gržan, A. Tupek, N. Stojanović, S. Hohloch, D. Urankar, M. Osmak, B. Sarkar,* A. Brozovic,* J. Košmrlj*

Organometallics, 2019, 38, 4082 - 4092. 


61. Di-oxo, oxo-imido and bis-imido-Molybdenum(VI) Complexes with a bis-phenolate-NHC ligand

M. Baltrun, F.A. Watt, R. Schoch, S. Hohloch*

Organometallics, 2019, 38, 3719 – 3729 


60. A New Bis-phenolate Mesoionic Carbene Ligand for Early Transition Metal Chemistry

M. Baltrun, F.A. Watt, R. Schoch, C. Wölper, A.G. Neuba, S. Hohloch*

Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 14611 – 14625.


59. Isolation of a TMTAA-Based Radical in Uranium bis-TMTAA Complexes

S. Hohloch*, M.E. Garner, C.H. Booth, C.A. Gould, D.J. Lussier, L. Maron*, J. Arnold*

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2018, 57, 16136 – 16140.


58. Homoleptic U(III) and U(IV) amidate complexes

M.D. Straub, S. Hohloch, J. Arnold*

Dalton Trans., 2018, 47, 1772 – 1776. 


57. Interactions of Vanadium(IV) with Amidoxime Ligands: Redox Reactivity

B.F. Parker, S. Hohloch, J.R. Pankhurst, Z. Zhang, J.B. Love, J. Arnold,* L. Rao*

Dalton Trans., 2018, 47, 5695 - 5702.


56. f-Block complexes of a m-terphenyl dithiocarboxylate ligand

M.A. Boreen, B.F. Parker, S. Hohloch, B.A. Skeel, J. Arnold*

Dalton Trans., 2018, 47, 96 - 104.


55. Synthesis, Characterization, and epoxide ring opening reactivity of Thorium-NHC-bpy complexes

M.E. Garner, T.D. Lohrey, S. Hohloch, J. Arnold*

J. Organomet. Chem., 2018, 857, 10 - 15.


54. New supporting ligands in actinide chemistry: Tetramethyltetraazaannulene complexes with thorium and uranium

S. Hohloch, M.E. Garner, B.F. Parker, J. Arnold*

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 13768 - 13782.


53. Thorium metallacycle facilitates catalytic alkyne hydrophosphination

M.E. Garner, B.F. Parker, S. Hohloch, R.G. Bergman,* J. Arnold*

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2017, 139, 12935 - 12938.


52. Benzoquinonoid-bridged dinuclear actinide complexes

S. Hohloch, J.R. Pankhurst, E.E. Jaekel, B.F. Parker, D.J. Lussier, M.E. Garner, C.H. Booth, J.B. Love, J. Arnold*

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 11615 - 11625.


51. Hydride Oxidation from a Titanium-Aluminum Bimetallic: Thermal, Electrochemical and Insertion Reactivity

A.C. Brown, A.B. Altman, T.D. Lohrey, S. Hohloch, J. Arnold*

Chem. Sci, 2017, 8, 5153 - 5160.


50. Tuning Magnetic Anisotropy Through Ligand Substitution in Five-Coordinate Co(II) Complexes

D. Schweinfurth, J. Krzystek, M. Antanasov, J. Klein, S. Hohloch, J. Telser,* S. Demeshko, F. Meyer, F. Neese,* B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chem., 2017, 56, 5253 - 5265.


49. Structural, Electrochemical and Photochemical Properties of Mono and Digold(I) Complexes Containing Mesoionic Carbenes

L. Hettmanczyk, S. Spall, S. Klenk, M. van der Meer, S. Hohloch, J. Weinstein, B. Sarkar*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2017, 2112 - 2121.


48. Phosphinines versus Mesoionic Carbenes: A Comparison of Structurally Related Ligands in Au(I)-Catalysis

M. Rigo, L. Hettmanczyk, F.J.L. Heutz, S. Hohloch, M. Lutz, B. Sarkar,* C. Müller*

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 86 - 95.


47. Control of Complex Formation through Peripheral Substituents in Click-Tripodal Ligands: Structural Diversity in Homo-and Heteronuclear Cobalt-Azido Complexes

M.G. Sommer, R. Marx, D. Schweinfurth, Y. Rechkemmer, P. Neugebaur, M. van der Meer, S. Hohloch, S. Demeshko, F. Meyer, J. van Slageren,* B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chem., 2017, 56, 402 - 413.


46. The Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Palladium(ii) Acetylacetonate Complexes with Mesoionic Carbenes and their Application in the Suzuki–Miyaura Cross Coupling Reaction

L. Hettmanczyk, B. Schmid, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar*

Molecules, 2016, 21, 1561/1 - 13.


45. Control of Clustering Behavior in Anionic Lanthanide(III) Corrole Complexes: From Oligomers to Monomers

K.C. Armstrong, S. Hohloch, T.D. Lohrey, R.A. Zarkesh, J. Arnold,* M.R. Anstey*

Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 18653 - 18660.


44. Expanding the Scope of Chelating Triazolylidenes: Mesoionic Carbenes from the 1,5-“Click”-Regioisomer and Catalytic Synthesis of Secondary Amines from Nitroarenes

L. Suntrup, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2016, 22, 18009 - 18018.


43. Structural Snapshots in the Copper(II) Induced Azide-Nitrile Cycloaddition: Effect of Peripheral Ligand Substituents on the Formation of Unsupported µ1,1-Azido vs. µ1,4-Tetrazolato Bridged Complexes

M.G. Sommer, Y. Rechkemmer, L. Suntrup, S. Hohloch, M. van der Meer, J. van Slageren,* B. Sarkar*

Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 17770 - 17781.


42. Carbon-Nitrogen bonds cleavageby a Thorium-NHC-bpy Complex

M.E. Garner, S. Hohloch, L. Maron,* J. Arnold*

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2016, 55, 13789 - 13792.


41. A Dicobalt Complex with an Unsymmetrical Quinonoid Bridge Isolated in Three Units of Charge: A Combined Structural, (Spectro)electrochemical, Magnetic and Spectroscopic Study

M. van der Meer, Y. Rechkemmer, U. Frank, F.D. Breitgoff, S. Hohloch, C.-Y, Su, P. Neugebauer, R. Marx, M. Dörfel, J. van Slageren,* B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2016, 22, 13884 - 13893.


40. A new supporting ligand in actinide chemistry leads to reactive bis(NHC)borate-supported thorium complexes

M.E. Garner, S. Hohloch, L. Maron,* J. Arnold*

Organometallics, 2016, 35, 2915 - 2922.


39. Ru II, Ir III and Os II mesoionic carbene complexes: efficient catalysts for transfer hydrogenation of selected functionalities

A. Bolje, S. Hohloch, J. Košmrlj,* B. Sarkar*

Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 15983 – 15993.


38. Group 5 chemistry supported by β-diketiminate ligands

S. Hohloch, B.M. Kriegel, R.G. Bergman,* J. Arnold*

Dalton Trans., 2016, 45, 15725 – 15745.


37. Exploring Potential Cooperative Effects in Di-Copper-Di-Mesoionic Carbene Complexes

S. Hohloch, L. Suntrup, B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chem. Front., 2016, 3, 67 - 77.


36. PEPPSI Type Complexes Bearing Mesoionic Carbene Ligands: Applications in α-Arylation, α-Methylation and Suzuki-Miyaura Coupling Reactions

A. Verma, R. Maity, M. van der Meer, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2016, 111 - 117.


35. Utilizing a series of fac-Re(CO) 3 core based quinonoid containing complexes for photophysical and cell imaging studies

D. Gupta, V. Singh, S. Hohloch, M. Sathiyendiren,* K. Tedin, B. Sarkar*

Polyhedron, 2015, 100, 243 - 250.


34. Di- and Trinuclear Iridium(III) Complexes with Poly-Mesoionic Carbenes Synthesized Through Selective Base-Dependent Metalation

R. Maity, M. van der Meer, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar*

Organometalllics, 2015, 34, 3090 - 3096.


33. Heterobimetallic complexes with redox-active mesoionic carbenes as metalloligands: Electrochemical properties and electronic structures

L. Hettmanczyk, S. Manck, S. Hohloch, M. van der Meer, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 10949 – 10952.


32. Tuning Ligand Effects and Probing the Inner-Workings of Bond Activation Steps: Generation of Ruthenium Complexes with Tailor-made Properties

F. Weisser, S. Plebst, S. Hohloch, M. van der Meer, F. Führer, V. Radtke, D. Leichnitz, B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chem., 2015, 54, 4621 - 4635.


31. Tailoring Ru II Pyridine/Triazole Oxygenation Catalysts and Using Photoreactivity to Probe Electronic Properties

F. Weisser, H. Stevens, J. Klein, M. van der Meer, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2015, 21, 8926 - 8938.


30. Copper(I) Complexes of Mesoionic Carbene: Structural Characterization and Catalytic Hydrosilylation Reactions

S. Hohloch, F.L. Duecker, M. van der Meer, B. Sarkar*

Molecules, 2015, 20, 7379 - 7395.


29. Ru II, Os II, and Ir III Complexes with Chelating Pyridyl–Mesoionic Carbene Ligands: Structural Characterization and Applications in Transfer Hydrogenation Catalysis

A. Bolje, S. Hohloch, M. van der Meer, J. Košmrlj,* B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2015, 21, 6756 - 6764


28. The Ligand Field of the Azido Ligand: Insights into Bonding Parameters and Magnetic Anisotropy in a Co(II)-Azido Complex

D. Schweinfurth, M.G. Sommer, M. Atanosov,* S. Demeshko, S. Hohloch, F. Meyer, F. Neese,* B. Sarkar*

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2015, 137, 1993 - 2005.


27. Catalytic oxygenation of sp 3 “C–H” bonds with Ir(III) complexes of chelating triazoles and mesoionic carbenes

S. Hohloch, S. Kaiser, F.L. Duecker, A. Bolje, R. Maity, J. Košmrlj, B. Sarkar*

Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 686 - 693.


26. Spin Crossover in Fe(II) and Co(II) Complexes with the same Click-Derived Tripodal Ligand

D. Schweinfurth, S. Demeshko, S. Hohloch, M. Steinmetz, J. Brandenburg, S. Dechert, F. Meyer, S. Grimme,* B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chem., 2014, 53, 8203 - 8212.


25. Three-way Cooperativity in d8 Metal Complexes with Ligands Displaying Chemical and Redox Non-Innocence

N. Deibel, S. Hohloch, D. Schweinfurth, F. Weisser, A. Grupp, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2014, 20, 15178 - 15187.


24. (Electro)catalytic C-C bond formation reaction with a redox-active cobalt complex

M. van der Meer, Y. Rechkemmer, I. Peremykin, S. Hohloch, J. van Slageren,* B. Sarkar*

Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 11104 – 11106 (invited article for the special issue “Non-innocent Ligands”, highlighted as back cover).


23. Cyclometallated Mono- and Dinuclear Ir(III) Complexes with „Click" Derived Triazoles and Mesoionic Carbenes

R. Maity, S. Hohloch, M. van der Meer, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2014, 20, 9952 - 9961


22. Dinuclear Quinonoid Bridged d 8 Metal Complexes with Redox-Active Azobenzene Stoppers: Electrochemical Properties and Electrochromic Behavior

N. Deibel, M.G. Sommer, S. Hohloch, J. Schwan, D. Schweinfurth, F. Ehret, B. Sarkar*

Organometallics, 2014, 33, 4756 - 4765. (invited article for the special issue „Organometallic Electrochemistry“).


21. The redox series [Ru(bpy) 2(L)] n, n = +3, +2, +1, 0, with L = bipyridine, “click” derived pyridyl-triazole or bis-triazole: A combined structural, electrochemical, spectro-electrochemical and DFT investigation

S. Hohloch, D. Schweinfurth, M.G. Sommer, F. Weisser, N. Deibel, F. Ehret, B. Sarkar*

Dalton Trans., 2014, 43, 4437 - 4450. (New Talent Europe Themed Issue)


20. Redox-Induced Spin State Switching and Mixed-Valency in Quinonoid Bridged Dicobalt Complexes

D. Schweinfurth, Y. Rechkemmer, S. Hohloch, N. Deibel, I. Peremykin, J. Fiedler, R. Marx, P. Neugebauer, J. van Slageren,* B Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2014, 20, 3475 - 3486.


19. Introducing potential hemilability into „click“ triazoles and triazolylidenes: Synthesis and Characterization of d 6-metal complexes and oxidations catalysis

S. Hohloch, L. Hettmanczyk, B. Sarkar*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2014, 3164 - 3171.
(one of the 20 most accessed articles of Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. between 06/2014 and 07/2015).


18. Exploring the scope of 1,2,3-triazol-5-ylidene framework that contains chelating pyridyl-donor ligands in bidentate coordination to (p-cymene)ruthenium(II) chloride complexes

A. Bolje, S. Hohloch, D. Urankar, A. Pevec, M. Gazvoda, B. Sarkar, J. Košmrlj*

Organometallics, 2014, 33, 2588 - 2598.


17. Structural Characterization, Solution Dynamics and Catalytic Properties of Palladium Complexes with Benzimidazolin-2-Ylidene Ligands

S. Hohloch, N. Deibel, D. Schweinfurth, W. Frey, B. Sarkar*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2014, 2131 - 2139.


16. Electrochemistry, Chemical Reactivity, and Time-resolved IR Spectroscopy of Donor-Acceptor Systems [(Q x)Pt(pap y)] (Q = substituted o-Quinone or o-Iminoquinone, pap = Phenylazopyridine)

N. Deibel, D. Schweinfurth, S. Hohloch, M. Delor, M. Towrie, I. Sazanovich, J. Weinstein,* B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chem., 2014, 53, 1021 - 1031.


15. Ruthenium Complexes of Tripodal Ligands with Pyridine and Triazole Arms – Subtle Tuning of Thermal, Electro-chemical, and Photochemical Reactivity

F. Weisser, S. Hohloch, S. Plebst, D. Schweinfurth, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Eur. J., 2014, 20, 781 – 793 (highlighted on the inside front cover).


14. Arene–Ruthenium(II) and −Iridium(III) Complexes with “Click”-Based Pyridyl-triazoles, Bis-triazoles, and Chelating Abnormal Carbenes: Applications in Catalytic Transfer Hydrogenation of Nitrobenzene

S. Hohloch, L. Suntrup, B. Sarkar*

Organometallics, 2013, 24, 7376 - 7385.


13. Electrochromic Pt(II) Complexes Derived from Azobenzene and Zwitterionic Quinonoid Ligands: Electronic and Geometric Structures.

N. Deibel, S. Hohloch, M.G. Sommer, D. Schweinfurth, F. Ehret, P. Braunstein, B. Sarkar*

Organometallics, 2013, 32, 7366 – 7375. 


12. Tuning Spin-Spin Coupling in Quinonoid-Bridged Dicopper(II) Complexes with Rational Bridge Variation

D. Schweinfurth, M.M. Khusniyarov,* D. Bubrin, S. Hohloch, C.-Y. Su, B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chem., 2013, 52, 10332 - 10339. 


11. Redox-Active Triazolium-Derived Ligands in Nucleophilic Fe-Catalysis - Reactivity Profile and Develop-ment of a Regioselective O-Allylation

J.E.M.N. Klein, M.S. Holzwarth, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar,* B. Plietker*

Eur. J. Org. Chem., 2013, 6310 - 6316.


10. Abnormal Carbenes derived from the 1,5-cycloaddition product between azides and alkynes: structural characterization of Pd(II) complexes and their catalytic properties

S. Hohloch, W. Frey, C.-Y. Su, B. Sarkar*

Dalton Trans., 2013, 42, 11355 – 11358 (selected as hot article, highlighted on inside front cover)


9. Influencing the coordination mode of TBTA (TBTA = Tri[(1-benzyl-1H-1,2,3-triazol4-yl)methyl]amine) in dicobalt complexes through changes in metal oxidation states

D. Schweinfurth, J. Klein, S. Hohloch, S. Dechert, S. Demeshko, F. Meyer, B. Sarkar*

Dalton Trans., 2013, 42, 6944 - 6952.


8. Activating Azides and Alkynes for the Click reaction with [Cu(aNHC) 2I] or [Cu(aNHC) 2] + (aNHC = triazol-derived abnormal carbenes): Structural characterization and catalytic properties

S. Hohloch, D. Scheiffele, B. Sarkar*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2013, 22 – 23, 3956 - 3965. (invited article for a special issue “Small Molecule Activation with Reactive Metal Complexes”)


7. Substituent induced Reactivity in Quinoid bridged dinuclear complexes: Comparison between the Ruthenium and the Osmium systems

M.G. Sommer, D. Schweinfurth, F. Weisser, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar*

Organometallics, 2013, 32, 2069 - 2078.


6. Hetero-bimetallic Cu-dppf (dppf = 1,1'-Bis(diphenylphosphino)ferrocene) Complexes with "Click" Derived Ligands: A Combined Structural, Electrochemical, Spectroelectrochemical, and Theoretical Study

D. Schweinfurth, N. Buettner, S. Hohloch, N. Deibel, J. Klein, B. Sarkar*

Organometallics, 2013, 32, 5834 - 5842. (invited article for the special issue „Ferrocene: Beauty and Function“)


5. Are Cu(I)-mesoionic NHC carbenes associated with nitrogen additives the best Cu-carbene catalysts for the azide-alkyne click reaction so far? A case study

S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar,* L. Nauton, F. Cisnetti, A. Gautier*

Tetrahedron Lett., 2013, 54, 1808 - 1812. 


4. Ruthenium Hydride Complexes with Zwitter-ionic Quinonoid Ligands - Isomer Separation, Structural Properties, Electrochemistry, and Catalysis

S. Hohloch, P. Braunstein, B. Sarkar*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2012, 3, 546 - 553. (invited article for a special issue Cooperative and Redox Non-Innocent Ligands)


3. Donor-acceptor systems of Pt(II) and electron transfer induced reactivity

N. Deibel, D. Schweinfurth, S. Hohloch, J. Fiedler, B. Sarkar*

Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 2388 – 2390 (highlighted on the inside front cover).


2. Characterization of [Pd(pap)(NHC)I2]n (n = +1, 0, -1; pap = Phenylazopyridine; NHC = N-Heterocyclic Carbene): Unusual Coordination Mode of pap and Non-innocent Behavior of NHC

N. Deibel, D. Schweinfurth, S. Hohloch, B. Sarkar*

Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2012, 380, 269 - 273. (young investigator issue).


1. Copper(I) complexes of normal and abnormal carbenes and their use as catalysts for the Huisgen [3+2] cycloaddition between azides and alkynes

S. Hohloch, C.-Y. Su, B. Sarkar*

Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2011, 20, 3067 - 3075. (belonged to the most cited papers in 2011 and 2012)


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