Some synthetic routes for amino acid synthesis and new precursors for preparing organic conducting materials

Saygılı (İbrahimzade), Nezire


Novel enantioselective synthesis of cyclopropane amino acids and investigation of solvent effects and metathesis reactions in the presence of chiral lead tetracarboxylates in a ring-expansion methodology
Şeşenoğlu, Özge; Demir, Ayhan Sıtkı; Arseniyadis, Simeon; Department of Chemistry (2001)
Development of new synthetic strategies for aminocyclitols
Demir (Davulcu), Emine; Balcı, Metin; Department of Chemistry (2003)
Cyclitols are of great importance due to their biological activities playing a crucial role in living organisms as well as their synthetic usefulness in the synthesis of other natural compounds or pharmaceuticals. In this study, new synthetic strategies leading to the aminocyclitols were investigated. The synthesis of aminoconduritol and aminoinositol derivatives (173 and 174) were achieved starting from easily available compound, 7-oxa-bicyclo[2.2.1]hept-5-ene-2,3-dicarboxylic anhydride (166) obtained from...
Synthesis and catalytical activity of new chiral 2-substituted pyrrole derivatives of alpha-amino acids and beta-amino alcohols
Gerçek Arkın, Zuhal; Demir, Ayhan Sıtkı; Department of Chemistry (2000)
Analysis of koch fractal antennas
İrgin, Ümit; Birand, Mehmet Tuncay; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2009)
Fractal is a recursively-generated object describing a family of complex shapes that possess an inherent self-similarity in their geometrical structure. When used in antenna engineering, fractal geometries provide multi-band characteristics and lowering resonance frequencies by enhancing the space filling property. Moreover, utilizing fractal arrays, controlling side lobe-levels and radiation patterns can be realized. In this thesis, the performance of Koch curve as antenna is investigated. Since fractals a...
Synthesis of metal binding artificial amino acids
Eşan, Gözde; Özçubukçu, Salih; Department of Chemistry (2014)
A large variety of peptides with different physical and chemical properties can be acquired by using different amino acids. Through chemical peptide synthesis, utilizing unnatural synthetic amino acids beside 21 natural amino acids, divergent peptides can also be obtained easily. Specifically amino acid and peptide conjugates of metals have received considerable attention due to their important role in many biological processes with unique structural properties. Moreover, it is well known that some metal io...
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N. Saygılı (İbrahimzade), “Some synthetic routes for amino acid synthesis and new precursors for preparing organic conducting materials,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1999.