Organometallic Chemistry of Five-Membered Heterocycles explores the synthesis, coordination modes, reactivity of coordinated five-membered monoheterocycles, and organometallic complexes of their numerous derivatives, including chelating ligands, oligomers, and macrocycles. Beginning with the introduction of organometallic compounds, this book dives deep into the reactivity of coordinated five-membered monoheterocycles and the derivatives of fundamental ligands. This book is an ideal reference for researchers working in organometallic, heterocyclic, materials, or organic chemistry, and catalysis. The readers will gain a comprehensive understanding of modern synthetic methods, reactivity trends of heteroaromatic ligands, and the methods of modern materials construction.
- Includes synthesis, structural features, and coordination modes of five-membered heterocycles
- Features a comparative analysis of reactivity of uncoordinated and coordinated ligands
- Offers coverage of derivatives of fundamental ligands and examines trends in materials applications
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1. Furans and Benzannulated Forms 2. Thiophenes Benzannulated Forms and Analogs 3. Pyrroles and Benzannulated Forms 4. Phospholes, Benzannulated Forms and Analogs 5. Siloes and Analogs 6. Boroles and Analogs
Alexander Sadimenko was born in Rostov-o-Don, Russia in 1951. He studied at Rostov State University where he obtained his MSc in 1973 and PhD in 1976 under the guidance of Professor O. A. Osipov. During 1976-87 he worked as a lecturer, senior lecturer, and associate professor at Rostov State University, 1987-91 as associate professor at Addis Ababa University, 1991-94 as associate professor and professor at National University of Lesotho, and 1994 until the present as professor, head of the department, and head of Directorate of Physical and Earth Sciences at the University of Fort Hare. His specific interests include all aspects of organometallic chemistry of the heteroaromatic ligands, in particular materials chemistry aspects.