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Non-Noble Metal Catalysis

  • ID: 4473320
  • Book
  • 624 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This up–to–date review of this expanding field features conceptual chapters that provide readers with an overview of the specific principles and tools used in the development of molecular non–noble metal catalysts, such as the use of cooperative/redox non–innocent ligands, computational methods, and proton–coupled electron transfer (PCET) reactions. Reaction–specific chapters then typically focus on the use of non–noble metal catalysts in general or of one specific base metal for a specific reaction or highly related set of reactions.

A must–have for researchers in the field of homogeneous catalysis and molecular synthesis, both in academia and in industry.
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Non–Innocent Ligands

Proton–Coupled Electron Transfer Reactions

Computational Tools

Multi–Site Catalysis /

Catalysis by Multi–Nuclear Complexes

Industrial Application of Molecular Base Metal Catalysis


Carbenoid Insertion Reactions

Nitrene Insertions

Catalytic Water Oxidation

Proton Reduction to Hydrogen

Catalytic CO2 Reduction

Catalytic Dehydrogenations

Non–Reductive Reactions of CO2

Base Metal–Catalyzed C–C Cross–Couplings

Base Metal–Catalyzed C–X Cross–Couplings (X=O, N, S)

Hydrofunctionalization to Unsaturated Polar Bonds

Hydrogenation of Polar Substrates

Oxygenation of C=C and C–H Bonds

Olefin Hydrogenation Reactions

Reduction of N2 to NH3

Additions to Non–Polar C=C Bonds

Directed C–H Bond Activation

Catalytic Trifluoromethylation Using Base Metals

Conjugate Additions

Electrocyclic Reactions

Oxidation of Polar Substrates
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Robert J. Klein Gebbink
Marc–Etienne Moret
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