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Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry III

Volume 10: Applications II - Transition metal organometallics in organic synthesis

Along with volume 11, this volume reviews how transition metal organometallic compounds are used in organic synthesis. Chapters cover one element and are sub-divided by type of reaction to be readily accessible by organic chemists. Classes of reactions reviewed include C-H, C-C, C-O, C-N and C-E bond formation (E= Si, Sn, B, Te, S, P)

Audience

Suitable for organic and inorganic chemists researchers and students in the fields of materials science and nanoscience. Practitioners working in industry who need to use or apply organometallic compounds.

Hardbound, 909 Pages

Published: November 2006

Imprint: Elsevier

ISBN: 978-0-08-044600-4

Contents

  • C–H Bond Formation
    10.01 C–H Bond Formation by Asymmetric and Stereoselective Hydrogenation
    10.02 C–H Bond Formation: Through Isomerization
    Synthetic Reactions via C–H Bond Activation
    10.03 Synthetic Reactions via C–H Bond Activation: C–C and C–E Bond Formation
    10.04 Synthetic Reactions via C–H Bond Activation: Carbene and Nitrene C–H Insertion
    10.05 Synthetic Reactions via C–H Bond Activation: Oxidation of C–H Bonds
    C–C Bond Formation (Part 1) by Addition Reactions
    10.06 C–C Bond Formation (Part 1) by Addition Reactions: through Carbometallation Mediated by Group 4–7 Metals
    10.07 C–C Bond Formation (Part 1) by Addition Reactions: through Carbometallation Catalyzed by Group 8–11 Metals
    10.08 C–C Bond Formation through Conjugate Addition of C–M to C=C–C=O and C=C–NO2
    10.09 C–C Bond Formation Through Addition of C–M to C=O, C=N, and CN Bonds
    10.10 Metal-catalyzed Reductive Carbocyclization (C=C, CC, C=O Bonds)
    10.11 C–C Bond Formation through Reaction of CO2 with CC and C=C–C=C
    10.12 C–C Bond Formation (Part 1) by Addition Reactions: Alder-ene Reaction
    10.13 C–C Bond Formation (Part 1) by Addition Reactions: Higher-order Cycloadditions
    C–O and C–N Bond Formation
    10.14 C–O Bond Formation through Transition Metal-mediated Etherification
    10.15 C–N Bond Formation through Amination
    C–E Bond Formation (E = Si, Sn, B, Te, S, P)
    10.16 C–E Bond Formation through Element–Element Addition to Carbon–Carbon Multiple Bonds
    10.17 C–E Bond Formation through Hydrosilylation of Alkynes and Related Reactions
    10.18 C–E Bond Formation through Asymmetric Hydrosilylation of Alkenes
    10.19 C–E Bond Formation through Hydroboration and Hydroalumination
    Index

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