Pincer and Pincer–Type Complexes. Applications in Organic Synthesis and Catalysis

  • ID: 2720807
  • Book
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This new book on this hot topic summarizes the key achievements for the synthesis and catalytic applications of pincer and pincer–type complexes, providing readers with the latest research highlights.

The editors have assembled an international team of leaders in the fi eld, and their contributions focus on the application of various pincer complexes in modern organic synthesis and catalysis, such as C–C and C–X bond forming reactions, C–H bond functionalization, and the activation of small molecules, as well as asymmetric catalysis.

A must–have for every synthetic chemist in both academia and industry intending to develop new catalysts and improved synthetic protocols.
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Preface

CATALYSIS BY PINCER COMPLEXES: SYNTHESIS OF ESTERS, AMIDES, AND PEPTIDES

Introduction and Background

Bond Activatio by Metal–Ligand Cooperation

Synthesis of Esters

Synthesis of Amides

Synthesis of Peptides from Beta–Amino Alcohols

Concluding Remarks

THE ROLE OF REDOX PROCESSES IN REACTIONS CATALYZED BY NICKEL AND PALLADIUM COMPLEXES WITH ANIONIC PINCER LIGANDS

Introduction

Pincer Complexes of Ni, Pd, and Pt in Oxidation States Different from II

Catalytic Reactions Involving Redox Processes in the Pincer–Metal Framework

Concluding Remarks

APPENDED FUNCTIONALITY IN PINCER LIGANDS

Introduction

Appended Functionality Coplanar with the Pincer Chelate

Appended Functionality Not Coplanar to the Pincer Chelate

Future Outlook and Summary

C–C, C–O, AND C–B BOND FORMATION BY PINCER COMPLEXES INCLUDING ASYMMETRIC CATALYSIS

Introduction –

Pros and Cons of Using Pincer Complexes in Catalysis

Reaction of Imines and Isocyanoacetates

C–H Functionalization of Organonitriles

Reactions Involving Hypervalent Iodines

Summary and Outlook

NICKEL–CATALYZED CROSS–COUPLING REACTIONS

Introduction

Carbon–Carbon Bond–Forming Reactions

Carbon–Heteroatom Bond–Forming Reactions

Summary and Outlook

PSiP TRANSITION–METAL PINCER COMPLEXES: SYNTHESIS, BOND ACTIVATION, AND CATALYSIS

Introduction

PSiP Ligand Syntheses

Group 8 Metal PSiP Chemistry

Group 9 Metal PSiP Chemistry

Group 10 Metal PSiP Chemistry

Group 11 Metal PSiP Chemistry

Alternative Silyl Pincers

Summary

ELECTRONIC STRUCTURES OF REDUCED MANGANESE, IRON, AND COBALT COMPLEXES BEARING REDOX–ACTIVE BIS(IMINO)PYRIDINE PINCER LIGANDS

Introduction

Reduced Manganese, Iron, and Cobalt Complexes with Redox–Active Bis(imino)pyridines

Conclusions and Outlook

PINCER COMPLEXES WITH SATURATED FRAMEWORKS: SYNTHESIS AND APPLICATIONS

Introduction

Synthesis of the Ligands

Synthesis and Coordination Behavior of Carbometallated PC(sp3)P Complexes

Reactivity and Catalytic Applications of PC(sp3) Complexes

HEAVIER GROUP 14 ELEMENTS–BASED PINCER COMPLEXES IN CATALYTIC SYNTHETIC TRANSFORMATIONS OF UNSATURATED HYDROCARBONS

Introduction

Synthesis of Palladium Complexes Bearing PXP–Pincer Ligands (X=Si, Ge, Sn)

Hydrocarboxylation

Reductive Aldol Type Reaction

Dehydrogenative Borylation

Synthesis and Reaction of n2–(Si–H)Pd(0) Complex as an Equivalent to PSiP–Palladium Hydride Complexes

Conclusions

EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF PALLADIUM PINCER–CATALYZED C–C CROSS–COUPLING REACTIONS

C–C Cross–Coupling Reactions –

An Indispensable Tool for the Synthesis of Complex Organic Molecules

Palladium Pincer Complexes as C–C Cross–Coupling Catalysts

The Role of Palladium Pincer Complexes in Heck Reactions

Computational Investigations on the Thermal Feasibility of PdII/PdIV Cycles of Palladium Pincer–Catalyzed Heck Reactions

Theoretical Investigations on a Pincer–Catalyzed Negishi Cross–Coupling Reaction

Concluding Remarks

REACTIONS OF SQUARE–PLANAR d8 PINCER COMPLEXES WITH OXYGEN AN HYDROGEN

Introduction

Insertion of Molecular Oxygen into Late–Transition Metal Hydride Bonds

Hydrogenolysis of Late–Transition Metal Hydroxide and Alkoxide Complexes

Summary

Index

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Kálmán J. Szabó is professor at the Department of Organic Chemistry at the Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm University, Sweden, since 2003. He obtained his PhD at Lund University, Sweden, with Prof. Salo Gronowitz in 1993, and did his postdoctoral research with Prof. Dieter Cremer at University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Szabó′s research interest involves theoretical and experimental aspects of organic synthesis, organometallic chemistry and homogenous catalysis. He has developed synthetically useful catalytic transformations, including asymmetric catalysis, based on Pd, Ir, Cu and Ti complexes with a particular attention to C–C, C–B and C–Sn formation reactions. Currently his research interest focuses on C–H functionalization processes and catalytic organofluoride chemistry. He is the author of more than 100 publications and several book chapters.

Ola F. Wendt is professor of Inorganic Chemistry since 2010 and Head of the Centre for Analysis and Synthesis at Lund University, Sweden. He received his PhD with Prof. Lars Ivar Elding at und University in 1997 and then moved to Caltech in Pasadena (USA) to do postdoctoral work with Prof. John Bercaw for two years. His major research interests revolve around organotransition metal chemistry, homogeneous catalysis and mechanistic studies. He has developed numerous pincer based complexes with palladium, platinum and iridium, and has studied their applications and mechanisms in cross–coupling reactions and small molecule activation. Since 2010 he is an elected fellow of the Royal Physiographic Society in Lund. He is the author of more than 70 publications and review articles.

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