Activating Unreactive Substrates: The Role of Secondary Interactions / Edition 1

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Overview

The use of secondary interactions for the activation of non-reactive substrates constitutes a new and modern approach in catalysis.
This first comprehensive treatment of this important research field covers the entire field and reveals the links between the various chemical disciplines. It thus adopts an interdisciplinary approach, making it of interest to the whole chemical community.
A must for organic, inorganic, catalytic and complex chemists, as well as those working with/on organometallics.

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Applied Organometallic Chemistry
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783527318230
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/10/2009
  • Edition description: New
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 481
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Carsten Bolm became Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Marburg (Germany) in 1993, and since 1996 he has been full professor for Organic Chemistry at the RWTH Aachen University (Germany). He held visiting professorships at universities in Madison, Wisconsin (USA), Paris (France), Florence (Italy), Milan (Italy), Namur (Belgium) and Tokyo (Japan). His list of awards include the Heinz-Maier-Leibnitz prize, the ADUC-Jahrespreis for habilitands, the annual prize for Chemistry of the Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, the Otto-Klung prize, the Otto-Bayer award, a fellowship of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and the Prix Franco-Allemand. With Wiley-VCH he edited books (together with Matthias Beller) on Transition Metals for Organic Chemistry and (together with Takeshi Toru) on Organosulfur Chemistry in Asymmetric Synthesis.

Ekkehardt Hahn became Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the Free University of Berlin in 1992. Since 1998 he is full professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Münster (Germany). He held visiting professorships at the University of California, Berkeley (USA), the Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain), the National University of Singapore, and the Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Academia Sinica, Shanghai (PR China). His lists of awards includce a Karl Winnacker Fellowship and the election to the Academia de Ciencas Exactas, Fisicas, Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragoza, Spain. He holds a Julius von Haast visiting Professorship at the University of Auckland (New Zealand) and since 2004 serves as Permanent Secretary of the International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry

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Table of Contents

CHEMISTRY OF METALATED CONTAINER MOLECULES
Introduction
Metalated Container Molecules: A Brief Overview
Metalated Container Molecules of Binucleating Supporting Ligands
THE CHEMISTRY OF SUPERBASIC GUANIDINES
Properties of the Guanidine Functionality
Design of Superbasic Proton Sponges
Some Perspectives in Proton Sponge Chemistry
Multidentate Superbasic Guanidine Ligands as Receptors for Metal Cations
The Chemistry of Guanidine Copper Complexes
The Chemistry of Guanidine Zinc Complexes
IRON COMPLEXES AND DIOXYGEN ACTIVATION
Introduction
Dinuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes
Tripodal Tetradentate Ligands and Derivatives
Monomuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes
Mononuclear Iron Oxo Species
Work in Progress
TUNING OF STRUCTURES AND PROPERTIES OF BISPIDINE COMPLEXES
Introduction
Jahn-Teller Isomerism with Copper(II) Bispidines
Stabilization of High-Spin Ferryl Complexes
Jahn-Teller-Distorted Cobalt(III) Complexes
NOVEL PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN DONOR LIGANDS BEARING SECONDARY FUNCTIONALITIES FOR APPLICATIONS IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS
Introduction
Phosphine Ligands
Nitrogen Donor Ligands Without Phosphorus Sites
SQUARE-PYRAMIDAL COORDINATED PHOSPHINE IRON FRAGMENTS: A TALE OF THE UNEXPECTED
Introduction
Polyphosphine Ligands with Three and Four Coordinating Arms
C-P Bond Activation and Agostic Interactions in Iron Complexes of Polypodal Phosphine Ligands
Mechanistic Considerations
REGIOSELECTIVE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF COMPLEXES WITH NH,NR-SUBSTIUTED HETEROCYCLIC CARBENE LIGANDS
Introduction
Concept of Regioselective Substrate Activation
Synthesis of Complexes with NH,NR-Stabilized NHC Ligands
Preparation of Substrates for Catalytic Experiments
Catalysis Experiments
FUNCTIONALIZED CYCLOHEPTATRIENYL-CYCLOPENTADIENYL SANDWICH COMPLEXES AS BUILDING BLOCKS IN METALLO-SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY
Introduction
Syntheses and Electronic Structure of Group 4 Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes
Syntheses and Reactivity of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes
Ring-Opening Reactions of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes
Phosphine-Functionalized Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes
MONOSACCHARIDE LIGANDS IN ORGANOTITANIUM AND ORGANOZIRCONIUM CHEMISTRY
Introduction
Synthesis of Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds
Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds for Use in Catalytic Reactions: Polymerization of Ethylene
Intramolecular Hydroamination of Aminoalkenes
Organozirconium Carbohydrate Compounds
Amine Exchange
Chiral Recognition
REACTIONS OF C-F BONDS WITH TITANOCENE AND ZIRCONOCENE: FROM SECONDARY INTERACTION VIA BOND CLEAVAGE TO CATALYSIS
Introduction and Background
Secondary Interactions with C-F Bonds
Formation of M-F Bonds
Stoichiometric Formation of Zr-H Bonds
Catalytic Formation of Zr-H Bonds
BISAZINES IN THE COORDINATION SPHERE OF EARLY TRANSITION METALS
Introduction
Results and Discussion
BIFUNCTIONAL MOLECULAR SYSTEMS WITH PENDANT BIS(PENTAFLUOROPHENYL)BORYL GROUPS: FROM INTRAMOLECULAR CH-ACTIVATION TO HETEROLYTIC DIHYDROGEN SPLITTING
Introduction
Bifunctional Zirconum/Boron Systems
Bifunctional Group 9 Metal/Boron Systems
Bifunctional Phosphorus/Boron Systems
RUTHENIUM-CONTAINING POLYOXOTUNGSTATES: STRUCTURE AND REDOX ACTIVITY
Introduction
The Organoruthenium(II)-Containing 49-Tungsto-8-Phosphate[{K(H2O)}3{Ro(p-cymene)()H2O)}4P8W49O186(H2O)2]27-
The Mono-Ruthenium(III)-Substituted Keggin-Type 11-Tungstosilicate [alpha-SiW11O39Ru111(H2=)]5- and its Dimerization
FROM NO TO PEROXIDE ACTIVATION BY MODEL IRON(III) COMPLEXES
Introduction
NO Activation by Fe(III) Complexes
Peroxide Activation by Fe(III) Complexes
SYNTHETIC NITROGEN FIXATION WITH MOLYBDENUM AND TUNGSTEN PHOSPHINE COMPLEXES: NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Introduction
Mechanistic Investigation of the Chatt Cycle
New Phosphine and Mixed P/N Ligands for Synthetic Nitrogen Fixation
DIRECTED C-H FUNCTIONALIZATIONS
Introduction
Results and Discussion
DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL RUTHENIUM AND IRON CATALYSTS FOR EPOXIDATION WITH HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
Introduction
Development of Epoxidation Catalysts Using H2O2
PENTACOORDINATING BIS(OXAZOLINE) LIGANDS WITH SECONDARY BINDING SITES
FLAVIN PHOTOCATALYSTS WITH SUBSTRATE BINDING SITES
Introduction
Templated Flavin Photoreductions
Templated Flavin Photooxidations
NEW CATALYTIC CU-, PD- AND STOICHIOMETRIC MG-, ZN-MEDIATED BOND ACTIVATIONS
Introduction
Catalytic Activation
Stoichiometric Activation
FROM COBALT(II)-ACTIVATED MOLECULAR OXYGEN TO HYDROCYMETHYL-SUBSTITUTED TETRAHYDROFURANS
Introduction
Thermochemical Considerations
Cobalt(II)-Diketonate Complexes
Reactivity
Stereoselectivity Survey
A Derivative of Magnosalicin
Expanding the Scope
REGIODIVERGENT EPOXIDE OPENING
Epoxide Opening via Nucleophilic Substitution: Limitations Arising from the SN2-Mechanism
Regiodivergent Epoxide Opening (REO): Mechanistic Implications, Synthetic Potential, and Aspects of Catalyst Design
Reductive Epoxide Opening via Electron Transfer from Titanocene(III) Reagents
Synthetic Realization of Titanocene-Catalyzed REO
SUPRAMOLECULAR CONTAINERS: HOST-GUEST CHEMISTRY AND REACTIVITY
Introduction
M4L4Tetrahedra
Amino Acid-Bridged Dinuclear Titanium(IV) Complexes as Metalloenzyme Mimicry
SELF-ASSEMBLY OF DINUCLEAR HELICAL METALLOSUPRAMOLECULAR COORDINATION COMPOUNDS
Introduction
The Concept of Diastereoselective Self-Assembly of Dinuclear Helicates
Synthesis of Building Blocks for the Covalent Assembly of Bis(Chelating) Ligands
Synthesis of Bis(Chelating) Ligands and Their Dinuclear Metal Complexes

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