17. Phosphine-catalyzed aryne oligomerization: direct access to α,ω-bisfunctionalized oligo(ortho-arylenes).

Bürger, M.; Ehrhardt, N.; Barber, T.; Ball; L. T.; Namyslo, J. C.; Jones, P. G.; Werz, D. B.


J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021, 143, 16796.

16. Synthesis of tert-alkyl phosphines: preparation of di-(1-
adamantyl)phosphonium trifluoromethanesulfonate and

Barber, T.; Ball,* L. T.


Org. Synth. 2021, 98, 289.

15. Bismuth(V)-mediated C–H arylation of phenols and naphthols 

Senior, A.; Ball,* L. T.


Synlett. 2020, 32, 235.

Invited article; selected as cover art.

14. Kinetic analysis of domino catalysis: a case study on gold-catalyzed arylation 

Ball, L. T.; Corrie, T. J. A.; Cresswell, A. J.; Lloyd-Jones*, G. C.


ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 10420.

13. Organobismuth redox manifolds: versatile tools for synthesis 

Ruffell, K.; Ball,* L. T.


Trends Chem. 2020, 2, 867.

Invited article.

12. Expanding ligand space: preparation, characterization and synthetic applications of air-stable, odorless di-tert-alkylphosphine surrogates 

Barber, T.; Argent, S. P.; Ball,* L. T.


ACS Catal. 2020, 10, 5454.

Highlighted: Org. Process Res. Dev. 2020, 24, 885.

11. Polyurethanes and polyallophanates via sequence-selective copolymerization of epoxides and isocyanates

Jurrat, M.; Pointer-Gleadhill, B.; Ball,* L. T.; Chapman,* A.; Adriaenssens,* L. V. 


J. Am. Chem. Soc2020, 142, 8136.

10. Modular bismacycles for the selective C-H arylation of phenols and naphthols

Jurrat, M.; Maggi, L.; Lewis, W.; Ball,* L. T.


Nature Chem. 2020, 12, 260.

Highlighted: Nature Chem. 2020, 12, 223. 

  Organic Chemistry Portal

9. Synthesis of air-stable, odorless thiophenol surrogates via Ni-catalyzed C-S cross-coupling

Magné, V.; Ball,* L. T. 


ChemEur. J. 2019, 25, 8903.

Hot paper.

8. Au-catalyzed biaryl coupling to generate 5- to 9-membered rings: turnover-limiting reductive elimination versus π-complexation


Corrie, T. J. A.; Ball, L. T.; Russell, C. A.; Lloyd-Jones*, G. C. 


J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, 139, 245.

7. Self-control tames the coupling of reactive radicals

Lloyd-Jones*, G. C.; Ball*, L. T. 


Science 2014, 345, 381.

6. Gold-catalyzed oxidative coupling of arylsilanes and arenes: origin of selectivity and improved precatalyst

Ball, L. T.; Lloyd-Jones*, G. C.; Russell*, C. A. 


J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 254.

5. N,N-Diphospholylamines – a new family of ligand for highly active chromium-based selective ethene oligomerisation catalysts


Stennett, T. E.; Hey, T. W.; Ball, L. T.; Flynn, S. R.; Radcliffe, J. E.; McMullin, C. L.; Wingad R. L.; Wass* D. F. 


ChemCatChem 2013, 5, 2946.

4. Gold-catalyzed direct arylation


Ball, L. T.; Lloyd-Jones*, G. C.; Russell*, C. A.


Science 2012, 337, 1644.

3. Application of the lithiation-borylation reaction to the rapid and enantioselective synthesis of the bisabolane family of sesquiterpenes

Aggarwal*, V. K.; Ball, L. T.; Carobene, S.; Connelly, R. L.; Hesse, M. J.; Partridge, B. M.; Roth, P.; Thomas, S. P.; Webster, M. P.


Chem. Commun. 2012, 48, 9230.

2. Gold-catalysed oxyarylation of styrenes, mono- and gem-disubstituted olefins facilitated by an iodine(III) oxidant


Ball, L. T.; Lloyd-Jones*, G. C.; Russell*, C. A.


Chem. Eur. J. 2012, 18, 2931.

1. Arylsilanes: application to gold-catalyzed oxyarylation of alkenes

Ball, L. T.; Green, M.; Lloyd-Jones*, G. C.; Russell*, C. A. 


Org. Lett. 2010, 12, 4724.