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First book-length and comprehensive treatment of cyclometalation reactions
Explains the development of research in cyclometalation reactions since the 1960s
Provides many equations and schemes of reactions
This book provides a review of cyclometalation reactions and organometallic intramolecular-coordination five-membered ring products, the most active type of reactions in synthetic organic reactions and their products. Included is the discovery of intramolecular-coordination bonds in cyclometalation reactions and the characteristics of those reactions, as well as the reasons that their five-membered ring compounds are very easily synthesized through such reactions. In addition, the applications of cyclometalation reactions and five-membered ring products, synthetic applications, catalysts, and other products are described. These topics are of special interest for industrial researchers.
Cyclometalation Reactions: Five-membered Ring Products as Universal Reagents.- The First Discovery of Intramolecular-coordination Bonds in Cyclometalation Reactions.- Verification of the Formation of Intramolecular-coordination Bonds in Cyclometalation Reactions with Transition Metal Compounds.- Organometallic Intramolecular-coordination Compounds.- Characteristics of Cyclometalation Reactions for Organometallic Intramolecular-coordination Five-membered Ring Compounds.- Reasons Why Organometallic Intramolecular-coordination Five-membered Ring Compounds Are Extremely Easily Synthesized through Cyclometalation Reactions.- Applications of Cyclometalation Reactions and Five-membered Ring Products for Synthetic Purposes.- Applications of Five-membered Ring Products as Catalysts in Cyclometalation Reactions.- Applications of Five-membered Ring Products in Cyclometalation Reactions for Other Purposes.- Concluding Remarks.