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Iron Complexes in Catalysis. From Coordination and Spectroscopy to Applications

  • ID: 4470750
  • Book
  • 750 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A unique and comprehensive overview of this hot topic, reflecting the many recent advances and developments.

Volume 1 describes coordination chemistry of iron complexes, ligand effects and highlights spectroscopic techniques and theoretical methods used to characterize iron complexes under catalytic conditions, while also including a section on biomimetic iron catalysis. Volume 2 then goes on to summarize important applications of iron catalysts in organic synthesis, covering reduction and oxidation reactions, cross–coupling and C–H activation reactions, nucleophilic substitution, cycloisomerization, radical iron chemistry, and iron–catalyzed polymerizations and oligomerizations.

Edited by one of the leaders in the field, this timely handbook in two volumes is a must–have for all researchers in academia and industry working in the field of catalysis, organic synthesis, inorganic and organometallic chemistry, spectroscopy, and physical and theoretical chemistry.

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Preface

VOLUME 1: COORDINATION CHEMISTRY, LIGAND EFFECTS, BIOMIMETIC CATALYSIS AND APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY

1. Coordination Chemistry of Iron and the Role of "Non–Innocent" Ligands in Iron Catalysis

2 [Fe]–Hydrogenase, [FeFe]–Hydrogenase, [FeNi]–Hydrogenase Activities

3 Non–Heme–Fe–Complexes in Catalysis

4 Heme–Type–Fe–Complexes in Catalysis

5. Mößbauer Spectroscopy

6. X–Ray Spectroscopy

7. EPR–Spectroscopy

8. Spectroelectrochemistry

9. UV–Vis–Flash–Photolysis–Dynamic IR–Spectroscopy

10. NMR–Spectroscopy (Diamagnetic and Paramagnetic)

11. SQUIDD, Magnetometry

12. DFT–Methodology

13. ab–initio–Methodology

14. Applied Theory – in–Silico–Spectroscopy

VOLUME 2: APPLIED IRON CATALYSIS

15. Reduction of Carbonyl and Heterocarbonyl Groups

16. Reduction of CO2

17. Fe–catalyzed Reductive Transformations of Olefins/Alkynes

18. Oxidations of C,H– and C=C–Bonds

19. Oxidative Allylic Oxygenation and Amination

20. Oxidation of Heteroatoms (N, P and S)

21. Cross–Coupling

22. C–H Activation

23. Nucleophilic Substitution

24. Radical Iron Chemistry

25. Cycloisomerization

26. Fe–catalyzed Polymerizations and Oligomerizations

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Bernd Plietker
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