|Author||: S. G. Davies|
|Release Date||: 2013-10-22|
|ISBN 10||: 1483285847|
|Pages||: 430 pages|
Although organotransition metal chemistry has been developing rapidly over the past 20 years, it is only recently that applications of transition metal complexes to organic synthesis have started to be exploited. This unique book provides an introduction to organometallic chemistry for chemists who have little or no experience in the field, describes the work that has already been done using organotransition metal complexes for synthesis, and indicates to organic and organometallic chemists the type of synthetic problems that can be solved using organometallic compounds. It covers all major advances that have been made in this rapidly expanding area of chemistry, including not only reactions that already have well established applications for synthesis but also many recently discovered potentially useful reactions, providing a survey of recent literature.
|Author||: John F. Hartwig|
|Publisher||: Univ Science Books|
|Release Date||: 2010-02-10|
|Pages||: 1127 pages|
Based on Collman et al.'s best-selling classic book, Principles and Applications of Organotransition Metal Chemistry, Hartwig's text consists of new or thoroughly updated and restructured chapters and provides an in-depth view into mechanism, reaction scope, and applications. It covers the most important developments in the field over the last twenty years with great clarity with a selective, but thorough and authoritative coverage of the fundamentals of organometallic chemistry, the elementary reactions of these complexes, and many catalytic processes occurring through organometallic intermediates, making this the Organotransition Metal Chemistry text for a new generation of scientists.
|Author||: Louis S. Hegedus|
|Publisher||: University Science Books|
|Release Date||: 1999|
|ISBN 10||: 9781891389047|
|Pages||: 337 pages|
This second edition offers easy access to the field of organotransition metal chemistry. The book covers the basics of transition metal chemistry, giving a practical introduction to organotransition reaction mechanisms.
A systematic, readable treatment of organotransition metal chemistry that provides students, teachers, and practicing chemists with an understanding of basic concepts in catalysis and synthetic procedures using transition metal reagents. Covers basic principles of coordination chemistry, organometallic compounds of transition metals and non-transition metals, reactions, industrial applications, use in synthesis, methods of manipulation for air-sensitive compounds, and an overview of related topics. Well illustrated with figures and formulae.
Synthesis of Organotransition Metals.- Metallocarboranes: Past, Present, and Future.- Novel Rhodium and Palladium Complexes with Benzoyl and Thiobenzoyl Isocyanates as Ligands.- Polycyanovinyl Transition Metal Derivatives.- A New Preparation of Organocopper(I)-Isonitrile Complexes and Their Reactions.- An Unusual Behavior of?-Vinyl Alcohol Complexes of Transition Metals.- The Mode of Formation of Transition Metal to Carbon Bonds by Oxidative Addition.- Organoactinides: Coordination Patterns and Chemical Reactivity.- Recent Developments in Chemistry of Organolanthanides and Organoactinides.- C.
|Author||: Richard Heck|
|Release Date||: 2012-12-02|
|ISBN 10||: 0323154700|
|Pages||: 350 pages|
Organotransition Metal Chemistry: A Mechanistic Approach describes a mechanistic approach to the study of the chemistry of organotransition metals. Organotransition metals are discussed in relation to their reactions with specific functional groups or types of compounds rather than by metals. Topics covered include the formation of hydrogen and carbon bonds to transition metals; reactions of transition metal δ- and π-bonded derivatives; and addition and elimination reactions of olefinic compounds. This book is comprised of 10 chapters and begins with a historical overview of organotransition metal chemistry, together with the unique chemistry of transition metals and mechanisms of ligand replacements. The following chapters discuss the methods of preparation of hydrido complexes and carbon-transition metal bonds; homogeneous hydrogenation reactions; isomerization, dimerization, oligomerization, and polymerization of olefins; and reactions of dienes, trienes, and tetraenes with transition metal compounds. Transition metal reactions with acetylenes and carbon monoxide as well as organic carbonyl compounds are also examined. This monograph should be of value to organic chemists as well as students and researchers of organic chemistry.
|Author||: James Paddock Collman,Louis S. Hegedus,Jack R. Norton,Richard G. Finke|
|Publisher||: Univ Science Books|
|Release Date||: 1987|
|Pages||: 989 pages|
This textbook introduces students and experienced chemists to a rapidly growing interdisciplinary subject. It incorporates a thorough revision of the earlier edition, and includes all new developments.
The continually growing contribution of transition metal chemistry to synthetic organic chemistry is, of course, widely recognized. Equally well known is the difficulty in keeping up-to-date with the multifarious reactions and procedures that seem to be spawned at an ever-increasing rate. These can certainly be summarized on the basis of reviews under the headings of the individual transition metals. More useful to the bench organic chemist, however, would be the opposite type of concordance based on the structural type of the desired synthetic product. This is the approach taken in the present monograph, which presents for each structural entity a conspectus of the transition metal-mediated processes that can be employed in its production. The resulting comparative survey should be a great help in devising the optimum synthetic approach for a particular goal. It is presented from an essentially practical viewpoint, with detailed direc tions interspersed in the Houben-Weyl style. The wide scope of the volume should certainly encourage synthetic organic chemists to utilize fully the range and versatility of these transition metal-mediated processes. This will certainly be a well-thumbed reference book! R. A. RAPHAEL Cambridge University v Preface In recent years an enormous amount of work has been done on the catalysis of organic reactions by various transition metal species and on the organic reactivity of organo-transition-metal compounds.
This book aims to introduce undergraduates to the utility of organotransition metal chemistry, a discipline of importance to scientists in a variety of industry sectors.
Transition Metal Reagents and Catalysts Innovations in Organic Synthesis Jiro Tsuji Emeritus Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan Numerous innovative and practical synthetic methods using transition metal complexes as either catalysts or reagents have been developed over the last 35 years. Transition Metal Reagents and Catalysts combines the varied applications of transition metal complexes in a unique and timely book in this rapidly advancing area of organic synthesis. This text is an easily understandable and enjoyable read for organic chemists who are not yet familiar with organo-transition metal chemistry. Transition Metal Reagents and Catalysts presents: * Complete coverage of nearly 35 years of transition metal complex chemistry * An in-depth treatment of many innovative synthetic methodologies * A rational classification of all reactions according to substrates and reaction mechanisms * Examples of important applications of transition metal catalysed reactions. A knowledge of organic synthesis using transition metal complexes is a must for all synthetic organic chemists. Written for chemists who wish to apply novel synthetic methods using transition metal complexes to solve problems in organic and pharmaceutical chemistry, such as synthesis of fine and bulk chemicals and natural products, Transition Metal Reagents and Catalysts is an essential reference source and an indispensible research companion.
|Author||: Robert H. Crabtree|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2009-04-06|
|ISBN 10||: 0470257628|
|Pages||: 520 pages|
"One impressive and compressive book. . . . This review would have to be book size to do full justice to all the insights in this volume." —Journal of Metals Online Fully updated and expanded to reflect recent advances, this Fifth Edition of the classic text provides students and professional chemists with a comprehensive introduction to the principles and general properties of organometallic compounds, as well as including practical information on reaction mechanisms and?detailed descriptions of contemporary applications. With increased focus on organic synthesis applications, nanoparticle science, and green chemistry, the Fifth Edition brings this vital resource up to date. New to the Fifth Edition: Chapters have been updated with relevant examples in the field, modern trends, and new applications; the organic applications chapter has been completely rewritten New end-of-chapter problems, along with their solutions Coverage enhanced with developments in nanoparticle science Increased focus on green chemistry An unparalleled pedagogic resource as well as a valuable working reference for professional chemists, with comprehensive coverage and up-to-date information, students and researchers?in organic and organometallic chemistry will turn to The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals, Fifth Edition for the critical information they need on organometallic compounds, their preparation, and their use in synthesis.
Since the discovery of ferrocene and the sandwich-type complexes, the development of organometallic chemistry took its course like an avalanche and became one of the scientific success stories of the second half of the twentieth century. Based on this development, the traditional boundaries between inorganic and organic chemistry gradually disappeared and a rebirth of the nowadays highly important field of homogeneous catalysis occurred. It is fair to say that despite the fact that the key discovery, which sparked it all off, was made more than 50 years ago, organometallic chemistry remains a young and lively discipline.
|Author||: B. L. Shaw,N. I. Tucker|
|Release Date||: 2016-06-06|
|ISBN 10||: 1483181715|
|Pages||: 229 pages|
Organo-Transition Metal Compounds and Related Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis covers compounds that possess carbon atoms bonded to metal and to other carbon atoms. The order in which the substances appear in the book is based on the number of carbon atoms it have. The first section is about the alkyl, aryl, ethynyl, acyl, and carbene complexes. The second section deals with olefin and chelating diolefin complexes and complexes formed from acetylene. The following section covers the π-allylic complexes. The structures, stability, and bonding of alkyl and aryl complexes are fully covered. The magnetic moments and electronic spectra are discussed in detail.The fourth section discusses the conjugated diolefinic complexes that contain butadiene or cyclobutadiene. The rest of the book focuses on cyclopentadienyls, arene complexes, tropylium complexes, and complexes formed from cyclo-octatetraene or azulene. The book will be a useful tool for chemists, chemical engineers, and students and researchers in the field of chemistry.
The second edition of Organometallic Compounds (1960) was used not only by specialists but also as an undergraduate textbook. The third edition, recently published in two volumes, is about three times the length of the second and contains considerably more factual material than is appropriate for a student textbook. Therefore we believe that a shorter treatment would be welcome. In planning this book the authors have emphasized matters more of prin ciple than of detail, and have included in the first two chapters some general discussion of the properties and syntheses of organometallic compounds that is not to be found in the larger work. Some aspects of the organic chemistry of arsenic, and of silicon with particular reference to silicone polymers, are also included. Most university teachers of chemistry are becoming seriously concerned about the relentless increase in the amount and complexity of the material that is squeezed into undergraduate chemistry courses. With this in mind the authors have tried to cut detail to a minimum, but readers will find that the relative amount presented varies considerably between the various topics discussed. In general the treatment is more extensive than usual only if either or both of these conditions are met: (1), the subject has significant bearing on other major branches of chemistry including im portant industrial processes; (2), the topic is commonly misunderstood or found to be confusing.
Advances in Metal-Organic Chemistry: A Research Annual, Volume 2 presents the virtues of metal-oriented organic chemistry utilizing stoichiometric and catalytic reagents. This book discusses of value for the synthesis of generally useful organic structures. Organized into seven chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the synthetic applications of chromium tricarbonyl stabilized benzylic carbanions. This text then examines the application of organometallic complexes to stereoselective organic synthesis. Other chapters consider the carbine addition reaction that has been shown to be useful in many cases, but complications arise because of the inherently high reactivity of these species. This book discusses as well the most common substituted-arene complexes, particularly those of benzaldehyde and benzoic acid that are stable when prepared by indirect routes via acetals or esters. The final chapter deals with the efficient ring homologation methodology for cyclic alkenes. This book is a valuable resource for synthetic organic chemists and organometallic chemists.
Presents the basic chemistry of organo-transition metal complexes in the context of real synthetic applications. Examples of de novo syntheses of natural product molecules are used to illustrate the application of established reactivity patterns to organic synthesis. Explains reactivity phenomena by using frontier molecular orbital approaches. Discusses fundamental reactivity and bonding patterns while giving broad coverage of organometallic chemistry.
Transition metals open up new opportunities for synthesis, becausetheir means of bonding and their reaction mechanisms differ fromthose of the elements of the s and p blocks. In the last twodecades the subject has mushroomed - established reactions areseeing both technical improvements and increasing numbers ofapplications, and new reactions are being developed. Thepracticality of the subject is demonstrated by the large number ofpublications coming from the process development laboratories ofpharmaceutical companies, and its importance is underlined by thefact that three Nobel prizes have been awarded for discoveries inthis field in the 21st Century already. Organic Synthesis Using Transition Metals, 2nd Editionconsiders the ways in which transition metals, as catalysts andreagents, can be used in organic synthesis, both for pharmaceuticalcompounds and for natural products. It concentrates on thebond-forming reactions that set transition metal chemistry apartfrom "classical" organic chemistry. Each chapter isextensively referenced and provides a convenient point of entry tothe research literature. Topics covered include: introduction to transition metals in organic synthesis coupling reactions C-H activation carbonylative coupling reactions alkene and alkyne insertion reactions electrophilic alkene and alkyne complexes reactions of alkyne complexes carbene complexes spanstyle="font-family: Symbol; font-size: 10pt; mso-fareast-font-family: 'Times New Roman'; mso-bidi-font-family: Arial; mso-ansi-language: EN-GB; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA;"h/span3-or spanstyle="font-family: Symbol; font-size: 10pt; mso-fareast-font-family: 'Times New Roman'; mso-bidi-font-family: Arial; mso-ansi-language: EN-GB; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA;"p/span-allyl-allyl complexes diene, dienyl and arene complexes cycloaddition and cycloisomerisation reactions For this second edition the text has been extensively revisedand expanded to reflect the significant improvements and advancesin the field since the first edition, as well as the large numberof new transition metal-catalysed processes that have come toprominence in the last 10 years – for example theextraordinary progress in coupling reactions using“designer” ligands, catalysis using gold complexes, newopportunities arising from metathesis chemistry, and C-H activation– without neglecting the well established chemistry of metalssuch as palladium. Organic Synthesis Using Transition Metals, 2nd Editionwill find a place on the bookshelves of advanced undergraduates andpostgraduates working in organic synthesis, catalysis, medicinalchemistry and drug discovery. It is also useful for practisingresearchers who want to refresh and enhance their knowledge of thefield.
A succinct review of the essential concepts of organometallic chemistry, enriched throughout with examples that demonstrate how our understanding of organometallic chemistry has led to new applications in research and industry - not least in relation to catalysis.
Organometallic Mechanisms and Catalysis: The Role of Reactive Intermediates in Organic Processes covers the mechanistic delineation of organometallic chemistry and catalysis. This book is organized into three parts encompassing 18 chapters. The first part describes first the oxidation-reduction process of organometals, followed by discussions on the catalytic reactions of peroxides, metal-catalyzed addition to olefins, and reduction of organic halides. This part also explores other reactions involving transition metal carbonyls and metal-catalyzed reactions of aromatic diazonium salts. The second part deals with some chemical aspects of organometals, such as their stability, thermochemistry, decomposition, hemolytic pathways, and the formation of carbon-carbon bonds. The third part examines the charge transfer processes and interactions of organometals with electron acceptors. This part further looks into the cleavage and insertion reactions of organometals with electrophiles, as well as the electrophilic and electron transfer mechanisms of organometals. Organic and inorganic chemists, teachers, and students will greatly benefit from this book.