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chemistry professor

Yoshinao Tamaru, Japanese chemistry professor.

Background

Tamaru, Yoshinao was born on October 5, 1945 in Hiroshima, Japan. Son of Kimiyo and Ryokichi Tamaru.

Education

Doctor of Engineering, Kyoto University, 1972. Degree in engineering, Kyoto University, 1967.

Career

Associate professor Kyoto University, 1981—1989. Professor Nagasaki University, Japan, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in sulfur in solvolysis. Research in nickel catalyzed four-component connection reaction of organozincs, alkynes, 1, 3-dienes, and aldehydes. Research in preparation and reaction of functionalized organozinc.

    Research in thio-claisen and dithio-claisen rearrangement. Research in thioamide chemistry. Research in palladium-catalyzed aminocarbonylation.

    Research in palladium-catalyzed oxycarbonylation. Research in palladium-catalyzed generation of allyl anions from allyl alcohols. Research in amphiphilic activation of allyl alcohols.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (book) Modern Organsnickel Chemistry, 2005. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Connections

Married Keiko Tamaru.

father:
Kimiyo Tamaru

mother:
Ryokichi Tamaru

spouse:
Keiko Tamaru.