Hans-Werner Wanzlick

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Hans-Werner Wanzlick
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Hans-Werner Wanzlick (1982)
Born October 5, 1917
Berlin
Died November 1988
Nationality German
Fields Organic chemistry, Carbene Chemistry
Institutions Berlin Institute of Technology
Alma mater Berlin Institute of Technology
Doctoral advisor Helmuth Scheibler
Known for Carbene Chemistry

Hans-Werner Wanzlick was a German chemist. A Professor of chemistry at the Berlin Technical University he is notable for work on persistent carbenes and for proposing the Wanzlick equilibrium between saturated imidazolin-2-ylidenes and their dimers [1][2] — which he called "das doppelte Lottchen", after a 1949 novel by Erich Kästner about a pair of mischievous twins.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ H.-W. Wanzlick and E. Schikora (1960). "Ein neuer Zugang zur Carben-Chemie". Angewandte Chemie 72 (14): 494. doi:10.1002/ange.19600721409. 
  2. ^ H.-W. Wanzlick and E. Schikora (1960). "Ein nucleophiles Carben". Chemische Berichte 94 (9): 2389–2393. doi:10.1002/cber.19610940905. 
  3. ^ Anthony J. Arduengo, III (1999) Looking for Stable Carbenes: The Difficulty in Starting Anew. Accounts of Chemical Research, volume 32, number 11, pages 913–921. doi:10.1021/ar980126p
  • Hans-Werner Wanzlick (1958), letter to Linus Pauling (in German). Linus Pauling's Correspondence, item #444.6.