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Mohammad Ghanbari

Researcher at University of Tehran

Publications -  109
Citations -  946

Mohammad Ghanbari is an academic researcher from University of Tehran. The author has contributed to research in topics: Catalysis & One-pot synthesis. The author has an hindex of 13, co-authored 104 publications receiving 620 citations. Previous affiliations of Mohammad Ghanbari include University of Debrecen & Islamic Azad University Sanandaj Branch.

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Carbon Nanotubes: Smart Drug/Gene Delivery Carriers

TL;DR: The unique properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) (such as their high surface to volume ratios, enhanced conductivity and strength, biocompatibility, ease of functionalization, optical properties, etc.) have led to their consideration to serve as novel drug and gene delivery carriers.
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Combining gold and palladium catalysis: one-pot access to pentasubstituted arenes from furan-yne and en-diyne substrates.

TL;DR: A series of furan-yne systems was transformed into the corresponding tetrasubstituted annelated phenol derivatives that bear one bromo group and a two-step procedure consisted of a phenol synthesis and a subsequent electrophilic bromination with N-bromosuccinimide (NBS).
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Novel One-Pot Three Component Reaction for the Synthesis of [2-(Alkylsulfanyl)imidazo[1,2-a]pyridin-3-yl](aryl)methanone

TL;DR: A one-pot, three-component reaction between pyridine, phenacyl bromide, and thiocyanate is described, which afforded the corresponding special type of fully substituted imidazo[1,2-a]pyridine derivatives in good yields without using any catalyst or activation.
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A palladium-catalyzed one-pot procedure for the regioselective dimerization and cyanation of indoles

TL;DR: In this article, a one-pot method for the regioselective dimerization and cyanation of indoles has been developed, which uses safe and nontoxic K4[Fe(CN)6]·3H2O as the cyanating agent which introduces selectively a cyano group into the 3position of biindoles with high efficiency.
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A Direct Palladium-Catalyzed Route for the Synthesis of Benzo[a]carbazoles through Sequential C–C Bond Formation and C–H Bond Functionalization

TL;DR: In this paper, a direct palladium-catalyzed route for the synthesis of novel benzo[a]carbazoles through sequential C-C bond formation and C-H bond functionalization by using readily available starting materials has been demonstrated.