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Chemistry - Organic Chemistry | Modern Organoaluminum Reagents - Preparation, Structure, Reactivity and Use

Modern Organoaluminum Reagents

Preparation, Structure, Reactivity and Use

Woodward, Simon, Dagorne, Samuel (Eds.)

2013, XI, 312 p. 98 illus., 33 illus. in color.

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  • Each volume of Topics in Organometallic Chemistry provides the broad scientific readership with a comprehensive summary and critical overview of a specific topic in organometallic chemistry
  • Research in this rapidly developing transdisciplinary field is having profound influence on other areas of scientific investigation, ranging from catalytic organic synthesis to biology, medicine and material science
  • With contributions by international experts

Janusz Lewiński and Andrew E. H. Wheatley: Simple trivalent organoaluminum species: perspectives on structure, bonding and reactivity.- Stephan Schulz: Organoaluminum complexes with bonds to s-block, p-block, d-block, and f-block metal centers.- Samuel Dagorne and Christophe Fliedel: Low valent organoaluminium (+I, +II) species.- Rudolf Wehmschulte: Organoaluminum species in homogeneous polymerization catalysis.- Paul Knochel, Tobias Blümke, Klaus Groll and Yi-Hung Chen: Preparation of Organoalanes for Organic Synthesis.-  Yuki Naganawa and Keiji Maruoka: Reactions Triggered by Lewis Acidic Organoaluminum Species.- Usein M. Dzhemilev and Vladimir A. D'yakonov: Hydro-, Carbo- and Cycloalumination of Unsaturated Compounds.- Andreas Kolb and Paultheo von Zezschwitz: Organoaluminum Couplings to Carbonyls, Imines and Halides.- Oscar Pàmies and Montserrat Diéguez: Conjugate Addition of Organoaluminum Species to Michael Acceptors and Related Processes.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Carboalumination - Cycloalumination - Hydroalumination - Lewis Acidic Organoaluminum - Low Valent Organoaluminum - Organoalanes - Organoaluminum - Organoaluminum Complexes - Trivalent Organoaluminum

Related subjects » Catalysis - Organic Chemistry

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