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2016-04-27 12:34:00

Leonid Fershtat Recognized as Best at the International Conference NTREM-2016

On April 20-22 2016, Pardubice, the Czech Republic, hosted the annual International Conference New Trends in Research of Energetic Materials (NTREM-2016) where leading scientists and young researchers from the USA, Russia, Germany, France, China and other countries present their latest findings in chemistry of high-energy compounds.

ZIOC researchers traditionally participate in NTREM. This year the international expert panel recognized as the best the presentation titled “Synthesis of (1H-tetrazol-5-yl)furoxan Ammonium Salts via a Two-Step Dehydration/[3+2]-Cycloaddition Approach" made by Leonid Fershtat from the ZIOC Laboratory of Nitrogen-Containing Compounds.

We warmly congratulate Leonid on the success and wish him new discoveries and victories!

For details, see the publication L.L. Fershtat, M.A. Epishina, A.S. Kulikov, I.V. Ovchinnikov, I.V. Ananyev, and N.N. Makhova. An efficient access to (1H-tetrazol-5-yl)furoxan ammonium salts via a two-step dehydration/[3+2]-cycloaddition strategy. Tetrahedron, 2015, 71, 6764-6775. DOI: 10.1016/j.tet.2015.07.034).

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