• Journal Papers

  1. Diastereodivergent Hydrosilylative Enyne Cyclization Catalyzed by N-Heterocyclic Carbene-Ni(0) .Yu, M.; Yong, X.F.; Gao, W.W.; Ho, C.-Y.* J. Chem. 2021, 39 , 1587.
  2. NHC/Nickel(II)-Catalyzed [3+2] Cross-Dimerization of Unactivated Olefins and Methylenecyclopropanes. Huang, J.-Q.; Ho, C.-Y.* Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 202059 , 5288.
  3. NHC-Ni catalyzed enantioselective synthesis of 1,4-dienes by cross-hydroalkenylation of cyclic 1,3-dienes and heterosubstituted terminal olefins. Chen, Y.; Dang, L.; Ho, C.-Y.* Nature Communications202011 , 2269.
  4. NHC-Ni catalyzed 1,3- and 1,4-diastereodivergent heterocycle synthesis from hetero-substituted enyne. Yong, X.; Gao, W.; Lin, X.; Ho, C.-Y.* Communications 20203, 50.
  5. NHC-Ni(0) Catalyzed Diastereodivergent Hydroacylative Enyne Cyclization: Synthesis of Heterocycles bearing gamma-Enone. Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis. Yong, X.; Ng, E.; Zhen, Z.; Lin, X.; Gao, W.; Ho, C.-Y.* 2020362 , 4164.
  6. Applications of (NHC)Ni(II) Catalyzed [3+2] Hydroalkenylation-Rearrangement Cascades. Yong, X.; Huang, J.-Q., Ho, C.-Y.* Chinese Journal of Organic Chemistry. 202040, 3327. (invited special issue: Prof. Henry N. C. Wong)
  7. [(NHC)(NiH)-H-II]-Catalyzed Cross-Hydroalkenylation of Cyclopropenes with Alkynes: Cyclopentadiene Synthesis by [(NHC)Ni-II]-Assisted C-C Rearrangement. Huang, J.-Q.; Ho, C.-Y.*  Chem. Int. Ed. 201958, 5702.
  8. Electronic Effects on Chiral NHC–Transition-Metal. Yong, X., Thurston, R.,Ho, C.-Y.* Synthesis 201951, 2058.
  9. Synthesis and Study of Au(III)-Indolizine Derivatives: Turn-on Luminescence by Photo-induced Control Release. Yang, J.; Zhu, Y.; Tse, A. K.-W.; Zhou, X.; Chen, Y.; Tse, Y. C.;* Wong, K. M.-C.;*Ho, C.-Y.* Commun201955, 4471.
  10. (NHC)NiH-Catalyzed Regiodivergent Cross-Hydroalkenylation of Vinyl Ether with α-Olefin: 1,2- and 1,3-Disubstituted Allyl Ether Syntheses. Chen, W.; Li, Y.; Chen, Y.;Ho, C.-Y.* Chem. IntEd. 201857, 2677.
  11. (NHC)NiH-Catalyzed Intermolecular Regio- and Diastereoselective Cross-Hydroalkenylation of Endocyclic Dienes with α-Olefins. Lian, X.; Chen, W.; Dang, L.; Li, Y.; Ho, C.-Y.* Chem. Int. Ed. 201756, 9048.
  12. Mechanism and Regioselectivities of (NHC)Nickel(II)hydride-Catalyzed Cycloisomerization of Dienes: A Computational Study. Gao, Y.; Houk, K. N.; Ho, C.-Y.*; Hong, X.* Biomol. Chem. 2017, 15, 7131.
  13. Catalytic Asymmetric Hydroalkenylation of Vinylarenes: Electronic Effects of Substrates and Chiral N-Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands Ho, C.-Y.*; Chan, C.-W.; He, L. Chem. Int. Ed. 201554, 4512.
  14. Substituted 1,3-cyclohexadiene synthesis by NHC-Nickel(0) catalyzed [2+2+2] cycloaddition of 1,n-Enyne”. Zhao, J.-P.; Chan, S.-C.; Ho, C.-Y.* Tetrahedron 201571, 4426.
  15. Computational Exploration of Mechanism and Selectivities of NHC-Ni(II)hydride Catalyzed Hydroalkenylations of Styrene with a-Olefins. Hong, X.; Wang, J.; Yang, Y.-F.; He, L.; Ho, C.-Y.*; Houk, K. N.* ACS Catal. 20155, 5545.
  16. Nitrate-Enhanced NHC-NiH Catalyzed Tail-to-Tail Vinyl Ether Dimerization. He, L.; Ho, C.-Y.* 201425, 2738.
  17. Medium-Sized Heterocycle Synthesis by the Use of Synergistic Effects of Ni-NHC and γ‑Coordination in Cycloisomerization. Ho, C.-Y.*; He, L. J. Chem. 201479, 11873.
  18. Shuffle off the Classic -Si Elimination by Ni-NHC Cooperation: Implication for C-C Forming Reactions Involving Ni-Alkyl-β-Silanes. Ho, C.-Y.; He, L. Commun. 201248, 1481.
  19. Catalytic Intermolecular Tail-to-Tail Hydroalkenylation of Styrenes with alpha Olefins: Regioselective Migratory Insertion Controlled by a Nickel/N-Heterocyclic Carbene. Ho, C.-Y.; He, L. Chem. Int. Ed. 201049, 9182.
  20. Cyanative Alkene-Aldehyde Coupling: Ni(0)-NHC-Et2AlCN Mediated Chromanols Synthesis with High cis-Selectivity at room temperature. Ho, C.-Y. Commun. 201046, 466.
  21. Nitrile assisted, Bronsted acid catalyzed regio and stereoselective diarylphosphonylation of allyl silyl ethers. Ho, C.-Y.; Chan, C.-W.; Wo, S.-K.; Zuo, Z.; Chan, L.-Y. Biomol. Chem. 2010, 8, 3480.
  22. Nitrile assisted, Bronsted acid catalyzed regio and stereoselective diarylphosphonylation of allyl silyl ethers. Ho, C.-Y.; Chan, C.-W.; Wo, S.-K.; Zuo, Z.; Chan, L.-Y. Org. Chem. 20108, 3480.
  23. Alpha Olefins as Alkenylmetal Equivalents in Catalytic Conjugate Addition Reactions. Ho, C.-Y.; Ohmiya, H.; Jamison, T. F.* Chem. Int. Ed. 200847, 1893.
  24. Highly Chemoselective Reductive Amination of Carbonyl Compounds Promoted by InCl3/Et3SiH/MeOH System. Lee, O.-Y.; Law, K.-L.; Ho, C.-Y.; Yang, D.* Org. Chem. 200873, 8829
  25. Highly Selective Coupling of Alkenes and Aldehydes Catalyzed by NHC–Ni–P(OPh)3: Synergy Between a Strong σ-Donor and a Strong π-Acceptor. Ho, C.-Y.; Jamison, T. F.* Chem. Int. Ed. 200746, 782.
  26. Nickel-Catalyzed Coupling of Alkenes, Aldehydes, and Silyl Triflates. Ng, S.-S.; Ho, C.-Y.; Jamison, T. F.* Am. Chem. Soc. 2006128, 11513.
  27. Nickel-Catalyzed, Carbonyl-Ene-Type Reactions: Selective for Alpha Olefins and More Efficient with Electron-Rich Aldehydes. Ho, C.-Y.; Ng, S.-S.; Jamison, T. F.* Am. Chem. Soc. 2006128, 5326.
  28. Fluorinated Chiral Secondary Amines as Catalysts for Epoxidation of Olefins with Oxone. Ho, C.-Y.; Chen, Y.-C.; Wong, M.-K.; Yang, D.* Org. Chem. 200570, 898.
  29. Asymmetric epoxidation of olefins catalyzed by chiral iminium salts generated in-situ from chiral amines and aldehydes. Wong, M.-K.; Ho, L.-M.; Zheng, Y.-S.; Ho, C.-Y.; Yang, D.* Lett. 20013, 2587.


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