Ferrocenes. Ligands, Materials and Biomolecules

  • ID: 2171399
  • Book
  • 670 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Ferrocene—the prototypical metallocene—is a fascinating molecule. Even though it was first discovered over fifty years ago, research into ferrocene–containing compounds continues apace, largely stimulated by their successful applications in catalysis, materials science and bioorganometallic chemistry. Ferrocene derivatives are now recognised as useful starting materials for the preparation of new organometallic complexes and functional materials, efficient catalyst components, as well as redox–active modifiers to biomolecules.

Ferrocenes: Ligands, Materials and Biomolecules provides the reader with a background overview and describes recent advances in the development and application of ferrocene compounds, including:

  • synthesis and catalytic utilisation of chiral and non–chiral ferrocene ligands
  • ferrocene–based sensors
  • electrooptical materials
  • ferrocene polymers
  • liquid–crystalline materials
  • crystal engineering with ferrocene compounds
  • the bioorganometallic chemistry of ferrocene

Ferrocenes: Ligands, Materials and Biomolecules is an essential guide for anyone working in the fields of organometallic synthesis and catalysis, materials science and bioorganometallic chemistry.

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Preface.

Contributors.

PART I: FERROCENE LIGANDS.

1 Monodentate Ferrocene Donor Ligands (Robert C.J. Atkinson and Nicholas J. Long).

2 The Coordination and Homogeneous Catalytic Chemistry of 1,1′–Bis(diphenylphosphino)ferrocene and its Chalcogenide Derivatives (Sheau W. Chien and T.S. Andy Hor).

3 Synthesis, Coordination Chemistry and Catalytic Use of dppf Analogs (Thomas J. Colacot and Sébastien Parisel).

4 Other Symmetric 1,1′–Bidentate Ferrocene Ligands (Ulrich Siemeling).

5 1–Functionalised Ferrocene Phosphines: Synthesis, Coordination Chemistry and Catalytic Applications (Petr Stepnicka).

6 Chiral 1,2–Disubstituted Ferrocene Diphosphines for Asymmetric Catalysis (Hans–Ulrich Blaser, Weiping Chen, Francesco Camponovo and Antonio Togni).

7 Synthesis and Catalytic Use of Planar Chiral and Polydentate Ferrocene Donors (Petr Stepnicka and Martin Lamac).

PART II: MATERIALS, MOLECULAR DEVICES AND BIOMOLECULES.

8 Ferrocene Sensors (Simon R. Bayly, Paul D. Beer and George Z. Chen).

9 Ferrocene–Based Electro–Optical Materials (J¨urgen Heck and Markus Dede).

10 Ferrocene–Containing Polymers and Dendrimers (Nicholas J. Long and Konrad Kowalski).

11 Ferrocene–Containing Thermotropic Liquid Crystals (Robert Deschenaux).

12 Crystal Engineering with Ferrocene Compounds (Dario Braga, Marco Curzi, Stefano Luca Giaffreda, Fabrizia Grepioni, Lucia Maini, Anna Pettersen and Marco Polito).

13 The Bioorganometallic Chemistry of Ferrocene (Nils Metzler–Nolte and Mich`ele Salmain).

Index.

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