Innovative Catalysis in Organic Synthesis. Oxidation, Hydrogenation, and C-X Bond Forming Reactions

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  • Book
  • 374 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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C–H, C–O, C–C, and C–Heteroatom bond forming processes by using metal–ligand approaches for the synthesis of organic compounds of

biological, pharmacological and organic nanotechnological utility are the key areas addressed in this book. Authored by a European team

of leaders in the field, it brings together innovative approaches for a variety of catalysis reactions and processes frequently applied in organic

synthesis into a handy reference work. It covers all major types of catalysis, including homogeneous, heterogeneous, and organocatalysis, as

well as mechanistic and computational studies. Special attention is paid to the improvements in efficiency and sustainability of important

catalytic processes, such as selective oxidations, hydrogenation, and cross–coupling reactions, and to their utilization in industry.

The result is a valuable resource for advanced researchers in both academia and industry, as well as graduate students in organic chemistry

aiming for chemo–, regio– or stereoselective synthesis of organic compounds by using novel catalytic systems.

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OXIDATION REACTIONS

Polyoxometalates as Homogeneous Oxidation Catalysts

Recent Advantages in Bioinspired Oxidation Catalysis

The Fabulous Destiny of Sulfenic Acids

Sustainable Catalytic Oxidations with Peroxides

HYDROGENATION AND REDUCTION REACTIONS

Asymmetric Hydrogenation

Recent Advances in the Synthesis and Catalytic Hydrogenation of Bicyclo[2.2.2]Octenes and Dehydroamino Acid Derivatives

Ir–Catalysed Hydrogenation

Modeling in Homogeneous Catalysis: A Tutorial

C–C AND C–HETERO BOND FORMING REACTIONS

Golden Times for Allenes

Copper–Catalysis in Arene and Heteroarene Functionalization through C–H Bond Activation

Ligated Organocuprates: An A–Z Routemap of Mechanism and Application

Rh–, Ag– and Cu–Catalyzed C–N Bond Formation

Development of the Asymmetric Nozaki–Hiyama–Kishi Reaction

Chiral Imidate Ligands: Synthesis and Applications in Asymmetric Catalysis

Catalyzed Organic Reactions in Ball Mills
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