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The field of organopalladium chemistry is evolving rapidly, building on a growing catalogue of reactions that employ palladium-containing catalysts. This book should hold particular interest for those who apply palladium reagents and catalysts to organic synthesis; in fact, palladium is considered by many to be the most useful transition element employed for organic syntheses.
This selection of articles by leading scientists, published as "Perspectives in Organopalladium Chemistry for the 21st Century", provides an impressive overview of the field that every chemist who works with organometallic palladium catalysts should read.
• The Palladium-Catalyzed Arylation and Vinylation of Alkenes - Enantioselective Fashion. (Masakatsu Shibasaki, E.M. Vogl).
• Enantioselective Heck Reactions Using Chiral P, N-Ligand. (O. Loiseleur, Masahiko Hayashi, M. Keenan, N. Schmees, A. Pfaltz).
• Applications of Palladacycles in Heck-Type Reaction. (W.A. Herrmann, C.-P. Reisinger, V.P.W. Böhm).
• Heterocycles via Cyclization of Alkynes Promoted by Organopalladium Complexes. (S.Cacchi).
• Palladium in Action: Domino and Cascade Coupling Reactions for the Efficient Construction of Complex Organic Molecules. (A. de Meijere).
• Palladium-Catalyzed Cascade Cyclization-Anion Capture, Relay Switches and Molecular Queues. (R. Grigg and V. Sridharan).
• Palladium-Catalyzed Annulation. (R. Larock).
• Palladium-Catalyzed Amination of Aryl Halides and Sulfonates. (B.H. Yang and S.L. Buchwald).
• Recent Advances in the Cross-Coupling Reactions of Organoborane Derivatives with Organic Electrophiles, 1995-1998. (Akira Suzuki).
• The Palladium-Iminophosphine Catalyst for the Reactions of Organostannanes. (Eiji Shirakawa and Tamejiro Hiyama).
• Novel and Selective&agr;-Substitution of Ketones and Other Carbonyl Compounds Based on Pd-Catalyzed Cross Coupling of &agr;&bgr;-Unsaturated Carbonyl Derivatives Containing &agr;-Halogen or &agr;-Metal Groups. (Ei-ichi Negishi).
• Catalytic Asymmetric Reactions via &pgr;-allylpalladium Complexes Coordinated with Chiral Monophosphine Ligands. (Tamio Hayashi).
• Enantioselective Palladium-Catalyzed Allylic Substitutions with Asymmetric Chiral Ligands. (G. Helmchen).
• Novel Catalytic Reactions Involving &pgr;-Allylpalladium and -nickel as the Key Intermediates; Umpolung and &bgr;-Decarbopalladation of &pgr;-Allylpalladium and Nickel-catalyzed Homoallylation of Carbonyl Compounds with 1,3-Dienes. (Yoshinao Tamaru).
• Recent Development of Palladium(O) Catalyzed Re