From Nanostructure Design to Synthesis of Advanced Materials
Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on New Frontiers in
Technologies for Synthesis of Advanced Materials
Metathesis Chemistry: From Nanostructure Design to Sustainable.4 –16 September 2006
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Offers innovative approaches for nanostructure design via metathesis chemistry
Sets forth novel metathesis catalysts and procedures for efficient synthesis of advanced materials
Features contributions from the 2006 NATO-Advanced Study Institute New Frontiers in Metathesis Chemistry
Discusses broad applications of metathesis products, including fine chemicals, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, electronics, automotive, security and defense devices
At the 2006 NATO-Advanced Study Institute New Frontiers in Metathesis Chemistry, scientists met for two weeks to debate on the latest trends in olefin metathesis and to forecast future directions of this dynamic field. This volume compiles selected contributions from this meeting by international experts, keeping you current with the latest innovations in the field.
These contributions demonstrate why olefin metathesis has asserted itself within the last decade as a powerful strategy for obtaining fine chemicals, biologically active compounds, architecturally complex assemblies, new materials, and functionalized polymers. You’ll learn about metathesis reactions, such as ring-closing metathesis, enyne metathesis, cross-metathesis, acyclic diene metathesis polymerization, and ring-opening metathesis polymerization.
In particular, you’ll discover how olefin metathesis has gone far beyond twentieth century boundaries. They now offer growing possibilities for sustainable technologies with industrial applications, from the manufacture of smart, nanostructured materials to the synthesis of complex organic compounds, natural products, pharmaceuticals, and s
Preface. List of Participants. I. Design of new Generations of Metathesis Catalysts. New Ruthenium Catalysts for Alkene Metathesis; C. Fischmeister , P.H.Dixneuf.- Synthesis and Activity in Ring-Closing Metathesis of Phosphine and NHC-Containing Ruthenium-Indenylidene (bis)Pyridine Complexes; H. Clavier, S.P. Nolan.- Towards New Generations of Metathesis Metal-Carbene Precatalysts;B. Allaert et al.- Ruthenium-Aryloxide Catalysts for Olefin Metathesis; S. Monfette et al.- Homobimetallic Ruthenium-N-Heterocyclic Carbene Complexes for Olefin Metathesis; X. Sauvage et al.-Phosphine-Free Ewg-Activated Ruthenium Olefin Metathesis Catalysts: Design, Preparation and Applications; K. Grela et al.- Metathesis Catalysts Stability and Decomposition Pathway; .A.V.Nitzovsev et al.- Ruthenium Vinylidene Complexes — an Efficient Class of Homogeneous Metathesis Catalysts; I. Dragutan et al.- Mesoporous Molecular Sieves As Supports for Metathesis Catalysts; H. Balcar and J. Cejka.-'Greener Shade of Ruthenium' — New Concepts of Activation, Immobilization and Recovery Of Ruthenium Catalysts for Green Olefin Metathesis; A. Michrowska et al.- Ring Opening Metathesis (ROMP) Activity of Ruthenium-Based Olefin Metathesis Catalyst Coordinated with 1 ,3-Bis(2,6-Diisopropylphenyl)-4,5-Dihydroimidazoline; S. Karabulut and F. Verpoort.- II. Intricate Organic Synthesis via Metathesis Chemistry. Recent Applications of Alkene Metathesis for Fine Chemical and Supramolecular System Synthesis; F. Požgan and P. Dixneuf.- The Olefm Metathesis Reactions Combined with Organo-Iron Arene Activation Towards Dendrimers and Polymers; D. Astruc, V. Martinez.- Olefin Metathesis with Ruthenium-Arene Catalysts Bearing N- Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands; L. Delaude and A. Demonceau.- Olefin Metathesis Mediated By: . -Schiff Base Ru-Alkylidenes, -Ru-Alkylidenes Bearing Unsymmetrical NHC Ligands; S. Monsaert et al.- Cross-Metathesis of Vinyl-Substituted Organosilicon Derivatives with Olefins and Dienes in ThePresence of Grubbs Catalysts; C. Pietraszuk et al.- III. Tailored Polymers by Metathesis Polymerization. From Drug Cocktails to Tissue Engineering: Synthesis of ROMP Polymers for Biological Applications; K. D. Camm and D. E. Fogg.-Precision Polyolefin Structure: Modeling Polyethylene Containing Methyl and Ethyl Branches; G.Rojas, K.B. Wagener.- Modeling Low Density Polyethylene with Precisely Placed Butyl Branches; G. Rojas, K.B. Wagener.- Correlating Precisely Defined Primary Structure with Crystalline Properties In Halogen Containing Polyolefins; E. Boz et al.-Synthesis of New Elastomers with Controlled Structures Based on Alkylene Oxides, Grafted by ROMP; B. Spurcaciu et al.- Investigation of the Microstructure of Metal Catalyzed Cyclopentene Co-Norbornene Polymers by Spectral Methods; S. çetinkaya et al.- ADMET Polymerization Activities of Electrochemically Reduced W-Based Active Species for Ge and Sn Containing Dienes; S. Karabulut et al.- A Study on the Reactivity ofWCl 6-e-A1-CH2C12 with the Silicon Containing Dienes; S. Karabulut et al.- IV. Advanced Materials via Metathesis and Related Chemistry. Catalytic Cycloisomerization of Enynes Involving Various Activation Processes; Chr.Bruneau.- ROMP, ROP and Addition Polymerization of Silicon-Containing Cyclic Monomers as a Way to New Membrane Materials; M.L. Gringolts et al.- Polydiphenylacetylene with Schiff Base End Groups: Synthesis and Characterization; R. Kalinova, C. Jossifov.-Two-Way Intramolecular Transfer Of Chirality In Organocobalt Complexes; C. Zucchi et al.- Nanomolecular Switches Operated by Clockwork Mechanism; L. Bencze, R.. Kurdi.- Copolymerization of Ethylene with Norbornene and its Functional Derivatives Catalysed by Nickel Complexes with Phosphorylide Ligands; V. I. Bykov et al.- Carbonyl- Olefin Exchange Reaction — Present State and Outlook; C. Jossfov, R. Kalinova.-Immobilization ofMetal Nanoparticles in Surface Layer of Silica Matrices; K. Katok et al.-