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xii, 306 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
  • Solar water splitting using semiconductor systems / Lorenzo Rovelli and K. Ravindranathan Thampi
  • Photocatalytic hydrogen evolution / Yusuke Yamada and Shunichi Fukuzumi
  • Co2 to fuels / Atsushi Urakawa and Jacinto Sá
  • Methane activation and transformation over nanocatalysts / Rajaram Bal and Ankur Bordoloi
  • Fischer-tropsch : fuel production with Cobalt catalysts / Cristina Paun, Jacinto Sá, and Kalala Jalama
  • Syngas to methanol and ethanol / Martin Muhler and Stefan Kaluza
  • Steam reforming / Karin Föttinger
  • Biomass to liquid biofuels via heterogeneous catalysis / Michael Stöcker and Roman Tschentscher
  • Catalytic pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass / K. Seshan
  • Recent trends in the purification of H2 streams by water-gas shift and prox / A. Sepúlveda-Escribano and J. Silvestre-Albero.
  • Solar water splitting using semiconductor systems / Lorenzo Rovelli and K. Ravindranathan Thampi
  • Photocatalytic hydrogen evolution / Yusuke Yamada and Shunichi Fukuzumi
  • Co2 to fuels / Atsushi Urakawa and Jacinto Sá
  • Methane activation and transformation over nanocatalysts / Rajaram Bal and Ankur Bordoloi
  • Fischer-tropsch : fuel production with Cobalt catalysts / Cristina Paun, Jacinto Sá, and Kalala Jalama
  • Syngas to methanol and ethanol / Martin Muhler and Stefan Kaluza
  • Steam reforming / Karin Föttinger
  • Biomass to liquid biofuels via heterogeneous catalysis / Michael Stöcker and Roman Tschentscher
  • Catalytic pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass / K. Seshan
  • Recent trends in the purification of H2 streams by water-gas shift and prox / A. Sepúlveda-Escribano and J. Silvestre-Albero.
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TP318 .F835 2015 Unknown
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xii, 343 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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QD505 .H462 2015 Unknown
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xi, 745 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
"This book contains a collection of papers that Professor Eli Ruckenstein and his co-workers have published in the area of heterogeneous catalysis during the past four decades. Chapters 1-3 deal with a number of catalysts involved in various catalytic reactions including methane CO2 reforming, methane partial oxidation, and catalytic combustion; Chapters 4-6 are concerned with applications of various materials such as zeolites, mesoporous V-Mg-O oxides, polymers and polymer-coated SiO2 as catalysts or catalyst supports; Chapter 7 is devoted to theoretical and experimental investigations of metal sintering in model catalysts during heating in various atmospheres; and Chapter 8 deals with some theoretical approaches relevant to heterogeneous catalysis. Each chapter contains a summary, analyses and connections to present-day R & D applications. This book will be of interest to catalytic and material scientists from universities and industry and to graduate students"-- Provided by publisher.
"This book contains a collection of papers that Professor Eli Ruckenstein and his co-workers have published in the area of heterogeneous catalysis during the past four decades"-- Provided by publisher.
"This book contains a collection of papers that Professor Eli Ruckenstein and his co-workers have published in the area of heterogeneous catalysis during the past four decades. Chapters 1-3 deal with a number of catalysts involved in various catalytic reactions including methane CO2 reforming, methane partial oxidation, and catalytic combustion; Chapters 4-6 are concerned with applications of various materials such as zeolites, mesoporous V-Mg-O oxides, polymers and polymer-coated SiO2 as catalysts or catalyst supports; Chapter 7 is devoted to theoretical and experimental investigations of metal sintering in model catalysts during heating in various atmospheres; and Chapter 8 deals with some theoretical approaches relevant to heterogeneous catalysis. Each chapter contains a summary, analyses and connections to present-day R & D applications. This book will be of interest to catalytic and material scientists from universities and industry and to graduate students"-- Provided by publisher.
"This book contains a collection of papers that Professor Eli Ruckenstein and his co-workers have published in the area of heterogeneous catalysis during the past four decades"-- Provided by publisher.
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QD505 .R83 2014 Unknown
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xxii, 872 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Historical evolution of catalysts for ammonia synthesis
  • Catalytic reaction mechanisms of ammonia synthesis
  • Chemical composition and structure of fused iron catalysts
  • Preparation of fused iron catalysts
  • Reduction of fused iron catalysts
  • Ruthenium based ammonia synthesis catalysts
  • Performance evaluation and characterization of catalysts
  • Performance and application of catalysts
  • Effect of catalyst performance on the economic benefits of catalytic process
  • Innovation and speculation.
  • Historical evolution of catalysts for ammonia synthesis
  • Catalytic reaction mechanisms of ammonia synthesis
  • Chemical composition and structure of fused iron catalysts
  • Preparation of fused iron catalysts
  • Reduction of fused iron catalysts
  • Ruthenium based ammonia synthesis catalysts
  • Performance evaluation and characterization of catalysts
  • Performance and application of catalysts
  • Effect of catalyst performance on the economic benefits of catalytic process
  • Innovation and speculation.
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TP223 .L58 2013 Unknown
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xi, 364 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
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TP156 .C35 M87 2013 Unknown
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xviii, 356 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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RM301.25 .A675 2012 Unknown
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volumes : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • 1. Lewis base and acid catalysts
  • 2. Brønsted base and acid catalysts, and additional topics / volume editor: K. Maruoka.
  • 1. Lewis base and acid catalysts
  • 2. Brønsted base and acid catalysts, and additional topics / volume editor: K. Maruoka.
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QD262 .S354 2011/5 In-library use
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xvii, 456 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Preface INTRODUCTION The Beginnings of Catalytic Research The Catalysis Definitions of Berzelius and Ostwald PRINCIPLES OF ORGANOMETALLIC CATALYSIS Homogeneous versus Heterogeneous Catalysis Catalytic Cycles Activity and Productivity of Catalysts Selectivity and Specificity of Catalysts Determination of Catalytic Mechanisms Glossary for Catalysis The Development of Organometallic Catalysis ELEMENTARY STEPS IN ORGANOMETALLIC CATALYSIS Cleavage and Coordination of Ligands Oxidative Addition and Reductive Elimination Oxidative Coupling and Reductive Cleavage Olefin Insertion and Beta-Hydrogen Elimination Alpha-Hydrogen Elimination and Carbene Insertion Reactions Addition of Nucleophiles and Heterolytic Fragmentation Insertion and Extrusion of CO One-Electron Reduction and Oxidation HYDROGENATION OF OLEFINS Introduction The Wilkinson Catalyst Enantioselective Hydrogenation Dihydrogen Complexes and H2 Activation Transfer Hydrogenation HYDROFORMYLATION OF OLEFINS AND FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS Cobalt Catalysts Phosphane-Modified Rhodium Catalysts Enantioselective Hydroformylation Significance of Hydroformylation and Outlook The Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis CARBONYLATION OF METHANOL AND WATER-GAS SHIFT REACTION Principles The Monsanto Process Synthesis of Acetic Anhydride The Cativa Process Water-Gas Shift Reaction and Carbon Monoxide Dehydrogenases METATHESIS Metathesis of Olefins Metathesis of Alkynes Enyne Metathesis Delta-Bond Metathesis Metathesis of Alanes OLIGOMERIZATION OF OLEFINS Ziegler Growth Reaction Nickel Effect and Nickel-Catalyzed Dimerization of Ethene Trimerization of Ethene Shell Higher Olefin and Alpha-Sablin Processes POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS Introduction Ethene Polymerization Propene Polymerization Metallocene Catalysts Nonmetallocene Catalysts Copolymerization of Olefins and CO C-C LINKAGE OF DIENES Introduction Allyl and Butadiene Complexes Organometallic Elementary Steps of Allyl Ligands Oligomerization and Telomerization of Butadiene Polymerization of Butadiene C-C COUPLING REACTIONS Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions The Heck Reaction Palladium-Catalyzed Allylic Alkylation HYDROCYANATION, HYDROSILYLATION, AND HYDROAMINATION OF OLEFINS Introduction Hydrocyanation Hydrosilylation Hydroamination OXIDATION OF OLEFINS AND ALKANES The Wacker Process Epoxidation of Olefins C-H Functionalization of Alkanes NITROGEN FIXATION Fundamentals Heterogeneously Catalyzed Nitrogen Fixation Enzyme-Catalyzed Nitrogen Fixation Homogeneously Catalyzed Nitrogen Fixation.
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Clearly structured and written with advanced undergraduate, graduate and PhD students in mind, this English edition of a successful German textbook not only focuses on organic reactions, but also on bio-relevant reactions. Important aspects of the catalytic mechanisms are discussed in detail while much additional information is also provided, such as industrial applications of the processes covered. With its many questions and answers included in all chapters at different knowledge levels, this book is also ideal for self-testing before exams.
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  • Preface INTRODUCTION The Beginnings of Catalytic Research The Catalysis Definitions of Berzelius and Ostwald PRINCIPLES OF ORGANOMETALLIC CATALYSIS Homogeneous versus Heterogeneous Catalysis Catalytic Cycles Activity and Productivity of Catalysts Selectivity and Specificity of Catalysts Determination of Catalytic Mechanisms Glossary for Catalysis The Development of Organometallic Catalysis ELEMENTARY STEPS IN ORGANOMETALLIC CATALYSIS Cleavage and Coordination of Ligands Oxidative Addition and Reductive Elimination Oxidative Coupling and Reductive Cleavage Olefin Insertion and Beta-Hydrogen Elimination Alpha-Hydrogen Elimination and Carbene Insertion Reactions Addition of Nucleophiles and Heterolytic Fragmentation Insertion and Extrusion of CO One-Electron Reduction and Oxidation HYDROGENATION OF OLEFINS Introduction The Wilkinson Catalyst Enantioselective Hydrogenation Dihydrogen Complexes and H2 Activation Transfer Hydrogenation HYDROFORMYLATION OF OLEFINS AND FISCHER-TROPSCH SYNTHESIS Cobalt Catalysts Phosphane-Modified Rhodium Catalysts Enantioselective Hydroformylation Significance of Hydroformylation and Outlook The Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis CARBONYLATION OF METHANOL AND WATER-GAS SHIFT REACTION Principles The Monsanto Process Synthesis of Acetic Anhydride The Cativa Process Water-Gas Shift Reaction and Carbon Monoxide Dehydrogenases METATHESIS Metathesis of Olefins Metathesis of Alkynes Enyne Metathesis Delta-Bond Metathesis Metathesis of Alanes OLIGOMERIZATION OF OLEFINS Ziegler Growth Reaction Nickel Effect and Nickel-Catalyzed Dimerization of Ethene Trimerization of Ethene Shell Higher Olefin and Alpha-Sablin Processes POLYMERIZATION OF OLEFINS Introduction Ethene Polymerization Propene Polymerization Metallocene Catalysts Nonmetallocene Catalysts Copolymerization of Olefins and CO C-C LINKAGE OF DIENES Introduction Allyl and Butadiene Complexes Organometallic Elementary Steps of Allyl Ligands Oligomerization and Telomerization of Butadiene Polymerization of Butadiene C-C COUPLING REACTIONS Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions The Heck Reaction Palladium-Catalyzed Allylic Alkylation HYDROCYANATION, HYDROSILYLATION, AND HYDROAMINATION OF OLEFINS Introduction Hydrocyanation Hydrosilylation Hydroamination OXIDATION OF OLEFINS AND ALKANES The Wacker Process Epoxidation of Olefins C-H Functionalization of Alkanes NITROGEN FIXATION Fundamentals Heterogeneously Catalyzed Nitrogen Fixation Enzyme-Catalyzed Nitrogen Fixation Homogeneously Catalyzed Nitrogen Fixation.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Clearly structured and written with advanced undergraduate, graduate and PhD students in mind, this English edition of a successful German textbook not only focuses on organic reactions, but also on bio-relevant reactions. Important aspects of the catalytic mechanisms are discussed in detail while much additional information is also provided, such as industrial applications of the processes covered. With its many questions and answers included in all chapters at different knowledge levels, this book is also ideal for self-testing before exams.
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QD505 .S74 2012 Unknown
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xiv, 566 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • Catalyst Preparation-- Characterization by Spectroscopic Techniques-- Electron Microscopy-- Determination of Dispersion-- Progress in C1 Chemistry-- Catalysis in Fuel Cell Application-- Supported Metals for Hydrogen Production-- Vehicle Emission Catalysts-- Fine Chemicals.
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With contributions from experts in supported metal catalysis, from both the industry and academia, this book presents the latest developments in characterization and application of supported metals in heterogeneous catalysis. In addition to a thorough and updated coverage of the traditional aspects of heterogeneous catalysis such as preparation, characterization and use in well-established technologies such as Naphtha reforming, the book also includes emerging areas where supported metal catalysis will make significant contributions in future developments, such as fuel cells and fine chemicals synthesis. The second edition of "Supported Metals in Catalysis" comes complete with new and updated chapters containing important summaries of research in a rapidly evolving field. Very few other books deal with this highly pertinent subject matter, and as such, it is a must-have for anyone working in the field of heterogeneous catalysis.
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  • Catalyst Preparation-- Characterization by Spectroscopic Techniques-- Electron Microscopy-- Determination of Dispersion-- Progress in C1 Chemistry-- Catalysis in Fuel Cell Application-- Supported Metals for Hydrogen Production-- Vehicle Emission Catalysts-- Fine Chemicals.
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With contributions from experts in supported metal catalysis, from both the industry and academia, this book presents the latest developments in characterization and application of supported metals in heterogeneous catalysis. In addition to a thorough and updated coverage of the traditional aspects of heterogeneous catalysis such as preparation, characterization and use in well-established technologies such as Naphtha reforming, the book also includes emerging areas where supported metal catalysis will make significant contributions in future developments, such as fuel cells and fine chemicals synthesis. The second edition of "Supported Metals in Catalysis" comes complete with new and updated chapters containing important summaries of research in a rapidly evolving field. Very few other books deal with this highly pertinent subject matter, and as such, it is a must-have for anyone working in the field of heterogeneous catalysis.
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QD505 .S78 2012 Unknown
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175 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
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QD505 .S2545 2011 Unknown
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xviii, 505 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Synthesis of Saturated Five-Membered Nitrogen Heterocycles via Pd-Catalyzed C-N Bond-Forming Reactions Transition Metal Catalyzed Approaches to Lactones Involving C-O Bond Formation The Formation of Csp2-S and Csp2-Se Bonds by Substitution and Addition Reactions Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes Palladium-Catalysis for Oxidative 1,2-Difunctionalization of Alkenes Rhodium-Catalyzed C-H Aminations The Palladium Catalyzed Synthesis of Aromatic Heterocycles New Reactions of Copper Acetylides: Catalytic Dipolar Cycloadditions and Beyond Transition Metal-Catalyzed Synthesis of Monocyclic Five-Membered Aromatic Heterocycles Transition Metal-Catalyzed Synthesis of Fused Five-Membered Aromatic Heterocycles Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation by RhI-Catalyzed Ring-Opening Reactions Gold-Catalyzed Addition of Nitrogen and Sulfur Nucleophiles to C-C Multiple Bonds Gold-Catalyzed Addition of Oxygen Nucleophiles to C-C Multiple Bonds.
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Written by an experienced editor widely acclaimed within the scientific community, this book covers everything from oxygen to nitrogen functionalities. From the contents: * Palladium-Catalyzed Syntheses of Five-Membered Saturated Heterocycles * The Formation of Carbon-Sulfur and Carbon-Selenium Bonds by Substitution and Addition Reactions Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes * Palladium-Catalysis for Oxidative 1,2-Difunctionalization of Alkenes * Palladium-Catalyzed Formation of Aromatic Heterocycles * Rhodium-Catalyzed Amination of C-H-Bonds * Transition Metal-Catalyzed Synthesis of Heterocycles * Copper-Catalyzed Synthesis of Azoles * Palladium(II)-Catalyzed C-N Bond Formation Involving Aminopalladation of Aklenes * Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation by Rh(I)-Catalyzed Ring-Opening Reactions * Recent Advances in Homogeneous Gold Catalysis: Formation of Carbon-Heteroatom Bonds The result is an indispensable source of information for the strategic planning of the synthetic routes for organic, catalytic and medicinal chemists, as well as chemists in industry.
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  • Synthesis of Saturated Five-Membered Nitrogen Heterocycles via Pd-Catalyzed C-N Bond-Forming Reactions Transition Metal Catalyzed Approaches to Lactones Involving C-O Bond Formation The Formation of Csp2-S and Csp2-Se Bonds by Substitution and Addition Reactions Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes Palladium-Catalysis for Oxidative 1,2-Difunctionalization of Alkenes Rhodium-Catalyzed C-H Aminations The Palladium Catalyzed Synthesis of Aromatic Heterocycles New Reactions of Copper Acetylides: Catalytic Dipolar Cycloadditions and Beyond Transition Metal-Catalyzed Synthesis of Monocyclic Five-Membered Aromatic Heterocycles Transition Metal-Catalyzed Synthesis of Fused Five-Membered Aromatic Heterocycles Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation by RhI-Catalyzed Ring-Opening Reactions Gold-Catalyzed Addition of Nitrogen and Sulfur Nucleophiles to C-C Multiple Bonds Gold-Catalyzed Addition of Oxygen Nucleophiles to C-C Multiple Bonds.
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Written by an experienced editor widely acclaimed within the scientific community, this book covers everything from oxygen to nitrogen functionalities. From the contents: * Palladium-Catalyzed Syntheses of Five-Membered Saturated Heterocycles * The Formation of Carbon-Sulfur and Carbon-Selenium Bonds by Substitution and Addition Reactions Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes * Palladium-Catalysis for Oxidative 1,2-Difunctionalization of Alkenes * Palladium-Catalyzed Formation of Aromatic Heterocycles * Rhodium-Catalyzed Amination of C-H-Bonds * Transition Metal-Catalyzed Synthesis of Heterocycles * Copper-Catalyzed Synthesis of Azoles * Palladium(II)-Catalyzed C-N Bond Formation Involving Aminopalladation of Aklenes * Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation by Rh(I)-Catalyzed Ring-Opening Reactions * Recent Advances in Homogeneous Gold Catalysis: Formation of Carbon-Heteroatom Bonds The result is an indispensable source of information for the strategic planning of the synthetic routes for organic, catalytic and medicinal chemists, as well as chemists in industry.
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QD281 .C3 C39 2011 Unknown
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xxvi, 302 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Overview of Catalysis by Nanostructured Materials (R J Davis)-- Synthesis of Nanostructured Catalysts (R F Lobo)-- Spectroscopic Characterization of Nanostructured Catalysts (J T Miller)-- Electron and Tunneling Microscopy of Nanostructured Catalysts (R Sharma)-- Theory and Simulation in Catalysis (M Neurock)-- Applications: Energy from Fossil Resources (L Thompson)-- Applications: Chemicals from Fossil Resources (V V Guliants)-- Applications: Renewable Fuels and Chemicals (G Huber).
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Catalyst technologies account for over $1 trillion of revenues in the U.S. economy alone. The applications range from medicines and alternative energy fuel cell technologies to the development of new and innovative clothing fibers. A WTEC panel of eight experts in the field assesses the current state of research and development in catalysis by nanostructured materials, its sources of funding, and discusses the state of the field with respect to productivity and leadership in various nations around the world. In addition to showing the numerous and highly advantageous practical applications of the field, the panel concludes that Western Europe is currently the most productive region, followed closely by the United States. Still, the R&D output of the People's Republic of China has recently surpassed that of Japan and is now poised to surpass that of the U.S. as well. As such, this assessment is a timely review of the field's progress, taking into account the increasing contributions from Asia and will be essential reading for professionals - whether they are seeking an in-depth summary of the state-of-the-art or a broad view of trends sweeping the discipline.
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  • Overview of Catalysis by Nanostructured Materials (R J Davis)-- Synthesis of Nanostructured Catalysts (R F Lobo)-- Spectroscopic Characterization of Nanostructured Catalysts (J T Miller)-- Electron and Tunneling Microscopy of Nanostructured Catalysts (R Sharma)-- Theory and Simulation in Catalysis (M Neurock)-- Applications: Energy from Fossil Resources (L Thompson)-- Applications: Chemicals from Fossil Resources (V V Guliants)-- Applications: Renewable Fuels and Chemicals (G Huber).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Catalyst technologies account for over $1 trillion of revenues in the U.S. economy alone. The applications range from medicines and alternative energy fuel cell technologies to the development of new and innovative clothing fibers. A WTEC panel of eight experts in the field assesses the current state of research and development in catalysis by nanostructured materials, its sources of funding, and discusses the state of the field with respect to productivity and leadership in various nations around the world. In addition to showing the numerous and highly advantageous practical applications of the field, the panel concludes that Western Europe is currently the most productive region, followed closely by the United States. Still, the R&D output of the People's Republic of China has recently surpassed that of Japan and is now poised to surpass that of the U.S. as well. As such, this assessment is a timely review of the field's progress, taking into account the increasing contributions from Asia and will be essential reading for professionals - whether they are seeking an in-depth summary of the state-of-the-art or a broad view of trends sweeping the discipline.
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QD505 .I538 2011 Unknown
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xvii, 447 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1 Rhodium- and Palladium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Conjugate Additions 2 Cu- and Ni-Catalyzed Conjugated Additions of Organozincs and Organoaluminums to a, ss-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds 3 ECAs of Organolithium Reagents, Grignard Reagents, and Examples of Cu-Catalyzed ECAs 4 Asymmetric Bifunctional Catalysis Using Heterobimetallic and Multimetallic Systems in Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 5 Enamines in Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 6 Iminium Activation in Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 7 Organocatalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions of Heteroatoms to a, ss-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds 8 Domino Reactions Involving Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 9 Asymmetric Epoxidations of a, ss-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds 10 Catalytic Asymmetric Baylis?Hillman Reactions and Surroundings.
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This unique and long-awaited handbook on this important topic in the hot field of stereoselective organic synthesis covers several types of nucleophiles. Top international authors deal with modern forms of achieving stereoselective conjugate additions based on the use of chiral auxiliaries or asymmetric catalysis, such as P-N ligands, organocatalysis, domino reactions, Lewis acid and base catalysis. There is also a discussion of the employment of enantioselective conjugate addition transformations in total synthesis of important molecules. With its reliable and previously unpublished experimental procedures, this is a true source of high quality information.
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  • 1 Rhodium- and Palladium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Conjugate Additions 2 Cu- and Ni-Catalyzed Conjugated Additions of Organozincs and Organoaluminums to a, ss-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds 3 ECAs of Organolithium Reagents, Grignard Reagents, and Examples of Cu-Catalyzed ECAs 4 Asymmetric Bifunctional Catalysis Using Heterobimetallic and Multimetallic Systems in Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 5 Enamines in Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 6 Iminium Activation in Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 7 Organocatalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions of Heteroatoms to a, ss-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds 8 Domino Reactions Involving Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Additions 9 Asymmetric Epoxidations of a, ss-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds 10 Catalytic Asymmetric Baylis?Hillman Reactions and Surroundings.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This unique and long-awaited handbook on this important topic in the hot field of stereoselective organic synthesis covers several types of nucleophiles. Top international authors deal with modern forms of achieving stereoselective conjugate additions based on the use of chiral auxiliaries or asymmetric catalysis, such as P-N ligands, organocatalysis, domino reactions, Lewis acid and base catalysis. There is also a discussion of the employment of enantioselective conjugate addition transformations in total synthesis of important molecules. With its reliable and previously unpublished experimental procedures, this is a true source of high quality information.
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QD262 .C35538 2010 Unknown
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xvii, 998 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface. Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the First Edition. Contributors. 1 Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis in Non-Conventional Media/Conditions ( Chikako Ogawa and Shu Kobayashi ). 2 Asymmetric Organocatalysis. 2A Enantioselective Organocatalysis Involving Iminium, Enamine, SOMO and Photoredox Activation ( Allan J. B. Watson and David W. C. MacMillan ). 2B Asymmetric Acid-Base Bifunctional Catalysis with Organic Molecules ( Yi Wang and Li Deng ). 2C Asymmetric Phase-Transfer and Ion Pair Catalysis ( Seiji Shirakawa and Keiji Maruoka ). 3 Chiral Lewis Acids and Bronsted Acids in Asymmetric Synthesis ( Hisashi Yamamoto and Cheol Hong Cheon ). 4 Asymmetric Synthesis through C H Activation ( Huw M. L. Davies and Jorn Hansen ). 5 Asymmetric Carbon-Heteroatom Bond-Forming Reactions ( Yoshiji Takemoto and Hideto Miyabe ). 6 Enzyme-Catalyzed Asymmetric Synthesis ( Harald Groger ). 7 Transition Metal-Catalyzed Homogeneous Asymmetric Hydrogenation ( Gao Shang, Wei Li and Xumu Zhang ). 8 Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions. 8A Catalytic Asymmetric Conjugate Addition ( Jian-Xin Ji and Albert S. C. Chan ). 8B Enantioselective Allylic Substitutions with Carbon-Nucleophiles ( Gunter Helmchen, Uli Kazmaier and Sebastian Forster ). 8C Asymmetric Carbometallation and Carbocyclizations ( Iwao Ojima, Joseph J. Kaloko, Stephen J. Chaterpaul, Yu-Han Gary Teng and Chi-Feng Lin ). 8D Asymmetric Ene Reactions and Cycloadditions ( Koichi Mikami and Kohsuke Aikawa ). 8E Catalytic Enantioselective Olefin Metathesis Reactions ( Amir H. Hoveyda, Steven J. Malcolmson, Simon J. Meek and Adil R. Zhugralin ). 9 Asymmetric Hydrosilation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds and Related Reactions ( Jin Wook Han and Tamio Hayashi ). 10 Asymmetric Carbonylations ( Cyril Godard, Aurora Ruiz, Montserrat Dieguez, Oscar Pamies and Carmen Claver ). 11 Asymmetric Oxidations and Related Reactions ( Kazuhiro Matsumoto and Tsutomu Katsuki ). 12 Asymmetric Amplification and Autocatalysis ( Kenso Soai, Tsuneomi Kawasaki, and Takanori Shibata ). 13 Asymmetric Polymerization ( Shingo Ito and Kyoko Nozaki ). Index.
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Since the last edition was published seven years ago, catalytic asymmetric synthesis has become crucial to chemistry and to the preparation of pharmaceutical, fine chemical, and agricultural agents. The revised Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis includes six new chapters on topics like non-conventional media/conditions, organocatalysis, CH activation, and much more, while the book's remaining chapters have been fully updated. A new section on carbon-carbon bond forming reactions, authored by distinguished Nobel prizewinning scientists, has been added. This revision, with a helpful appendix, is an essential reference on catalytic asymmetric synthesis for both chemists and students alike.
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  • Preface. Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the First Edition. Contributors. 1 Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis in Non-Conventional Media/Conditions ( Chikako Ogawa and Shu Kobayashi ). 2 Asymmetric Organocatalysis. 2A Enantioselective Organocatalysis Involving Iminium, Enamine, SOMO and Photoredox Activation ( Allan J. B. Watson and David W. C. MacMillan ). 2B Asymmetric Acid-Base Bifunctional Catalysis with Organic Molecules ( Yi Wang and Li Deng ). 2C Asymmetric Phase-Transfer and Ion Pair Catalysis ( Seiji Shirakawa and Keiji Maruoka ). 3 Chiral Lewis Acids and Bronsted Acids in Asymmetric Synthesis ( Hisashi Yamamoto and Cheol Hong Cheon ). 4 Asymmetric Synthesis through C H Activation ( Huw M. L. Davies and Jorn Hansen ). 5 Asymmetric Carbon-Heteroatom Bond-Forming Reactions ( Yoshiji Takemoto and Hideto Miyabe ). 6 Enzyme-Catalyzed Asymmetric Synthesis ( Harald Groger ). 7 Transition Metal-Catalyzed Homogeneous Asymmetric Hydrogenation ( Gao Shang, Wei Li and Xumu Zhang ). 8 Asymmetric Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions. 8A Catalytic Asymmetric Conjugate Addition ( Jian-Xin Ji and Albert S. C. Chan ). 8B Enantioselective Allylic Substitutions with Carbon-Nucleophiles ( Gunter Helmchen, Uli Kazmaier and Sebastian Forster ). 8C Asymmetric Carbometallation and Carbocyclizations ( Iwao Ojima, Joseph J. Kaloko, Stephen J. Chaterpaul, Yu-Han Gary Teng and Chi-Feng Lin ). 8D Asymmetric Ene Reactions and Cycloadditions ( Koichi Mikami and Kohsuke Aikawa ). 8E Catalytic Enantioselective Olefin Metathesis Reactions ( Amir H. Hoveyda, Steven J. Malcolmson, Simon J. Meek and Adil R. Zhugralin ). 9 Asymmetric Hydrosilation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds and Related Reactions ( Jin Wook Han and Tamio Hayashi ). 10 Asymmetric Carbonylations ( Cyril Godard, Aurora Ruiz, Montserrat Dieguez, Oscar Pamies and Carmen Claver ). 11 Asymmetric Oxidations and Related Reactions ( Kazuhiro Matsumoto and Tsutomu Katsuki ). 12 Asymmetric Amplification and Autocatalysis ( Kenso Soai, Tsuneomi Kawasaki, and Takanori Shibata ). 13 Asymmetric Polymerization ( Shingo Ito and Kyoko Nozaki ). Index.
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Since the last edition was published seven years ago, catalytic asymmetric synthesis has become crucial to chemistry and to the preparation of pharmaceutical, fine chemical, and agricultural agents. The revised Catalytic Asymmetric Synthesis includes six new chapters on topics like non-conventional media/conditions, organocatalysis, CH activation, and much more, while the book's remaining chapters have been fully updated. A new section on carbon-carbon bond forming reactions, authored by distinguished Nobel prizewinning scientists, has been added. This revision, with a helpful appendix, is an essential reference on catalytic asymmetric synthesis for both chemists and students alike.
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xii, 771 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
  • Preface. Introduction. 1 Surfaces: An Introduction. 2 The Structure of Surfaces. 3 Thermodynamics of Surfaces. 4 Dynamics at Surfaces. 5 Electrical Properties of Surfaces. 6 Surface Chemical Bond. 7 Mechanical Properties of Surfaces. 8 Polymer Surfaces and Biointerfaces. 9 Catalysis by Surfaces. Index.
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The newest edition of this textbook emphasizes modern surface chemistry and catalysis concepts uncovered by breakthough molecular level-studies of surfaces over the past three decades. This resource also serves as a reference for properties of surfaces and interfaces. For students, the text presents the basic concepts in various properties of surfaces such as structure, thermodynamics, dynamics, electronic properties, and chemical bonds on surfaces. For advanced readers, it covers recent developments in in-situ surface analysis such as high pressure scanning tunneling microscopy, ambience pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and sum frequency generation vibrational spectroscopy (SFG).
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  • Preface. Introduction. 1 Surfaces: An Introduction. 2 The Structure of Surfaces. 3 Thermodynamics of Surfaces. 4 Dynamics at Surfaces. 5 Electrical Properties of Surfaces. 6 Surface Chemical Bond. 7 Mechanical Properties of Surfaces. 8 Polymer Surfaces and Biointerfaces. 9 Catalysis by Surfaces. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The newest edition of this textbook emphasizes modern surface chemistry and catalysis concepts uncovered by breakthough molecular level-studies of surfaces over the past three decades. This resource also serves as a reference for properties of surfaces and interfaces. For students, the text presents the basic concepts in various properties of surfaces such as structure, thermodynamics, dynamics, electronic properties, and chemical bonds on surfaces. For advanced readers, it covers recent developments in in-situ surface analysis such as high pressure scanning tunneling microscopy, ambience pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, and sum frequency generation vibrational spectroscopy (SFG).
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QD506 .S589 2010 Unknown
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xxii, 459 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
  • CHEMISTRY OF METALATED CONTAINER MOLECULES Introduction Metalated Container Molecules: A Brief Overview Metalated Container Molecules of Binucleating Supporting Ligands THE CHEMISTRY OF SUPERBASIC GUANIDINES Properties of the Guanidine Functionality Design of Superbasic Proton Sponges Some Perspectives in Proton Sponge Chemistry Multidentate Superbasic Guanidine Ligands as Receptors for Metal Cations The Chemistry of Guanidine Copper Complexes The Chemistry of Guanidine Zinc Complexes IRON COMPLEXES AND DIOXYGEN ACTIVATION Introduction Dinuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes Tripodal Tetradentate Ligands and Derivatives Monomuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes Mononuclear Iron Oxo Species Work in Progress TUNING OF STRUCTURES AND PROPERTIES OF BISPIDINE COMPLEXES Introduction Jahn-Teller Isomerism with Copper(II) Bispidines Stabilization of High-Spin Ferryl Complexes Jahn-Teller-Distorted Cobalt(III) Complexes NOVEL PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN DONOR LIGANDS BEARING SECONDARY FUNCTIONALITIES FOR APPLICATIONS IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS Introduction Phosphine Ligands Nitrogen Donor Ligands Without Phosphorus Sites SQUARE-PYRAMIDAL COORDINATED PHOSPHINE IRON FRAGMENTS: A TALE OF THE UNEXPECTED Introduction Polyphosphine Ligands with Three and Four Coordinating Arms C-P Bond Activation and Agostic Interactions in Iron Complexes of Polypodal Phosphine Ligands Mechanistic Considerations REGIOSELECTIVE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF COMPLEXES WITH NH, NR-SUBSTIUTED HETEROCYCLIC CARBENE LIGANDS Introduction Concept of Regioselective Substrate Activation Synthesis of Complexes with NH, NR-Stabilized NHC Ligands Preparation of Substrates for Catalytic Experiments Catalysis Experiments FUNCTIONALIZED CYCLOHEPTATRIENYL-CYCLOPENTADIENYL SANDWICH COMPLEXES AS BUILDING BLOCKS IN METALLO-SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Introduction Syntheses and Electronic Structure of Group 4 Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes Syntheses and Reactivity of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes Ring-Opening Reactions of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes Phosphine-Functionalized Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes MONOSACCHARIDE LIGANDS IN ORGANOTITANIUM AND ORGANOZIRCONIUM CHEMISTRY Introduction Synthesis of Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds for Use in Catalytic Reactions: Polymerization of Ethylene Intramolecular Hydroamination of Aminoalkenes Organozirconium Carbohydrate Compounds Amine Exchange Chiral Recognition REACTIONS OF C-F BONDS WITH TITANOCENE AND ZIRCONOCENE: FROM SECONDARY INTERACTION VIA BOND CLEAVAGE TO CATALYSIS Introduction and Background Secondary Interactions with C-F Bonds Formation of M-F Bonds Stoichiometric Formation of Zr-H Bonds Catalytic Formation of Zr-H Bonds BISAZINES IN THE COORDINATION SPHERE OF EARLY TRANSITION METALS Introduction Results and Discussion BIFUNCTIONAL MOLECULAR SYSTEMS WITH PENDANT BIS(PENTAFLUOROPHENYL)BORYL GROUPS: FROM INTRAMOLECULAR CH-ACTIVATION TO HETEROLYTIC DIHYDROGEN SPLITTING Introduction Bifunctional Zirconum/Boron Systems Bifunctional Group 9 Metal/Boron Systems Bifunctional Phosphorus/Boron Systems RUTHENIUM-CONTAINING POLYOXOTUNGSTATES: STRUCTURE AND REDOX ACTIVITY Introduction The Organoruthenium(II)-Containing 49-Tungsto-8-Phosphate[{K(H2O)}3{Ro(p-cymene)()H2O)}4P8W49O186(H 2O)2]27- The Mono-Ruthenium(III)-Substituted Keggin-Type 11-Tungstosilicate [alpha-SiW11O39Ru111(H2=)]5- and its Dimerization FROM NO TO PEROXIDE ACTIVATION BY MODEL IRON(III) COMPLEXES Introduction NO Activation by Fe(III) Complexes Peroxide Activation by Fe(III) Complexes SYNTHETIC NITROGEN FIXATION WITH MOLYBDENUM AND TUNGSTEN PHOSPHINE COMPLEXES: NEW DEVELOPMENTS Introduction Mechanistic Investigation of the Chatt Cycle New Phosphine and Mixed P/N Ligands for Synthetic Nitrogen Fixation DIRECTED C-H FUNCTIONALIZATIONS Introduction Results and Discussion DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL RUTHENIUM AND IRON CATALYSTS FOR EPOXIDATION WITH HYDROGEN PEROXIDE Introduction Development of Epoxidation Catalysts Using H2O2 PENTACOORDINATING BIS(OXAZOLINE) LIGANDS WITH SECONDARY BINDING SITES FLAVIN PHOTOCATALYSTS WITH SUBSTRATE BINDING SITES Introduction Templated Flavin Photoreductions Templated Flavin Photooxidations NEW CATALYTIC CU-, PD- AND STOICHIOMETRIC MG-, ZN-MEDIATED BOND ACTIVATIONS Introduction Catalytic Activation Stoichiometric Activation FROM COBALT(II)-ACTIVATED MOLECULAR OXYGEN TO HYDROCYMETHYL-SUBSTITUTED TETRAHYDROFURANS Introduction Thermochemical Considerations Cobalt(II)-Diketonate Complexes Reactivity Stereoselectivity Survey A Derivative of Magnosalicin Expanding the Scope REGIODIVERGENT EPOXIDE OPENING Epoxide Opening via Nucleophilic Substitution: Limitations Arising from the SN2-Mechanism Regiodivergent Epoxide Opening (REO): Mechanistic Implications, Synthetic Potential, and Aspects of Catalyst Design Reductive Epoxide Opening via Electron Transfer from Titanocene(III) Reagents Synthetic Realization of Titanocene-Catalyzed REO SUPRAMOLECULAR CONTAINERS: HOST-GUEST CHEMISTRY AND REACTIVITY Introduction M4L4Tetrahedra Amino Acid-Bridged Dinuclear Titanium(IV) Complexes as Metalloenzyme Mimicry SELF-ASSEMBLY OF DINUCLEAR HELICAL METALLOSUPRAMOLECULAR COORDINATION COMPOUNDS Introduction The Concept of Diastereoselective Self-Assembly of Dinuclear Helicates Synthesis of Building Blocks for the Covalent Assembly of Bis(Chelating) Ligands Synthesis of Bis(Chelating) Ligands and Their Dinuclear Metal Complexes.
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The use of secondary interactions for the activation of non-reactive substrates constitutes a new and modern approach in catalysis. This first comprehensive treatment of this important research field covers the entire field and reveals the links between the various chemical disciplines. It thus adopts an interdisciplinary approach, making it of interest to the whole chemical community. This book is a must for organic, inorganic, catalytic and complex chemists, as well as those working with/on organometallics.
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  • CHEMISTRY OF METALATED CONTAINER MOLECULES Introduction Metalated Container Molecules: A Brief Overview Metalated Container Molecules of Binucleating Supporting Ligands THE CHEMISTRY OF SUPERBASIC GUANIDINES Properties of the Guanidine Functionality Design of Superbasic Proton Sponges Some Perspectives in Proton Sponge Chemistry Multidentate Superbasic Guanidine Ligands as Receptors for Metal Cations The Chemistry of Guanidine Copper Complexes The Chemistry of Guanidine Zinc Complexes IRON COMPLEXES AND DIOXYGEN ACTIVATION Introduction Dinuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes Tripodal Tetradentate Ligands and Derivatives Monomuclear Iron Peroxo Complexes Mononuclear Iron Oxo Species Work in Progress TUNING OF STRUCTURES AND PROPERTIES OF BISPIDINE COMPLEXES Introduction Jahn-Teller Isomerism with Copper(II) Bispidines Stabilization of High-Spin Ferryl Complexes Jahn-Teller-Distorted Cobalt(III) Complexes NOVEL PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN DONOR LIGANDS BEARING SECONDARY FUNCTIONALITIES FOR APPLICATIONS IN HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS Introduction Phosphine Ligands Nitrogen Donor Ligands Without Phosphorus Sites SQUARE-PYRAMIDAL COORDINATED PHOSPHINE IRON FRAGMENTS: A TALE OF THE UNEXPECTED Introduction Polyphosphine Ligands with Three and Four Coordinating Arms C-P Bond Activation and Agostic Interactions in Iron Complexes of Polypodal Phosphine Ligands Mechanistic Considerations REGIOSELECTIVE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF COMPLEXES WITH NH, NR-SUBSTIUTED HETEROCYCLIC CARBENE LIGANDS Introduction Concept of Regioselective Substrate Activation Synthesis of Complexes with NH, NR-Stabilized NHC Ligands Preparation of Substrates for Catalytic Experiments Catalysis Experiments FUNCTIONALIZED CYCLOHEPTATRIENYL-CYCLOPENTADIENYL SANDWICH COMPLEXES AS BUILDING BLOCKS IN METALLO-SUPRAMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Introduction Syntheses and Electronic Structure of Group 4 Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes Syntheses and Reactivity of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes Ring-Opening Reactions of Ansa-Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Complexes Phosphine-Functionalized Cycloheptatrienyl-Cyclopentadienyl Sandwich Complexes MONOSACCHARIDE LIGANDS IN ORGANOTITANIUM AND ORGANOZIRCONIUM CHEMISTRY Introduction Synthesis of Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds Organotitanium Carbohydrate Compounds for Use in Catalytic Reactions: Polymerization of Ethylene Intramolecular Hydroamination of Aminoalkenes Organozirconium Carbohydrate Compounds Amine Exchange Chiral Recognition REACTIONS OF C-F BONDS WITH TITANOCENE AND ZIRCONOCENE: FROM SECONDARY INTERACTION VIA BOND CLEAVAGE TO CATALYSIS Introduction and Background Secondary Interactions with C-F Bonds Formation of M-F Bonds Stoichiometric Formation of Zr-H Bonds Catalytic Formation of Zr-H Bonds BISAZINES IN THE COORDINATION SPHERE OF EARLY TRANSITION METALS Introduction Results and Discussion BIFUNCTIONAL MOLECULAR SYSTEMS WITH PENDANT BIS(PENTAFLUOROPHENYL)BORYL GROUPS: FROM INTRAMOLECULAR CH-ACTIVATION TO HETEROLYTIC DIHYDROGEN SPLITTING Introduction Bifunctional Zirconum/Boron Systems Bifunctional Group 9 Metal/Boron Systems Bifunctional Phosphorus/Boron Systems RUTHENIUM-CONTAINING POLYOXOTUNGSTATES: STRUCTURE AND REDOX ACTIVITY Introduction The Organoruthenium(II)-Containing 49-Tungsto-8-Phosphate[{K(H2O)}3{Ro(p-cymene)()H2O)}4P8W49O186(H 2O)2]27- The Mono-Ruthenium(III)-Substituted Keggin-Type 11-Tungstosilicate [alpha-SiW11O39Ru111(H2=)]5- and its Dimerization FROM NO TO PEROXIDE ACTIVATION BY MODEL IRON(III) COMPLEXES Introduction NO Activation by Fe(III) Complexes Peroxide Activation by Fe(III) Complexes SYNTHETIC NITROGEN FIXATION WITH MOLYBDENUM AND TUNGSTEN PHOSPHINE COMPLEXES: NEW DEVELOPMENTS Introduction Mechanistic Investigation of the Chatt Cycle New Phosphine and Mixed P/N Ligands for Synthetic Nitrogen Fixation DIRECTED C-H FUNCTIONALIZATIONS Introduction Results and Discussion DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL RUTHENIUM AND IRON CATALYSTS FOR EPOXIDATION WITH HYDROGEN PEROXIDE Introduction Development of Epoxidation Catalysts Using H2O2 PENTACOORDINATING BIS(OXAZOLINE) LIGANDS WITH SECONDARY BINDING SITES FLAVIN PHOTOCATALYSTS WITH SUBSTRATE BINDING SITES Introduction Templated Flavin Photoreductions Templated Flavin Photooxidations NEW CATALYTIC CU-, PD- AND STOICHIOMETRIC MG-, ZN-MEDIATED BOND ACTIVATIONS Introduction Catalytic Activation Stoichiometric Activation FROM COBALT(II)-ACTIVATED MOLECULAR OXYGEN TO HYDROCYMETHYL-SUBSTITUTED TETRAHYDROFURANS Introduction Thermochemical Considerations Cobalt(II)-Diketonate Complexes Reactivity Stereoselectivity Survey A Derivative of Magnosalicin Expanding the Scope REGIODIVERGENT EPOXIDE OPENING Epoxide Opening via Nucleophilic Substitution: Limitations Arising from the SN2-Mechanism Regiodivergent Epoxide Opening (REO): Mechanistic Implications, Synthetic Potential, and Aspects of Catalyst Design Reductive Epoxide Opening via Electron Transfer from Titanocene(III) Reagents Synthetic Realization of Titanocene-Catalyzed REO SUPRAMOLECULAR CONTAINERS: HOST-GUEST CHEMISTRY AND REACTIVITY Introduction M4L4Tetrahedra Amino Acid-Bridged Dinuclear Titanium(IV) Complexes as Metalloenzyme Mimicry SELF-ASSEMBLY OF DINUCLEAR HELICAL METALLOSUPRAMOLECULAR COORDINATION COMPOUNDS Introduction The Concept of Diastereoselective Self-Assembly of Dinuclear Helicates Synthesis of Building Blocks for the Covalent Assembly of Bis(Chelating) Ligands Synthesis of Bis(Chelating) Ligands and Their Dinuclear Metal Complexes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The use of secondary interactions for the activation of non-reactive substrates constitutes a new and modern approach in catalysis. This first comprehensive treatment of this important research field covers the entire field and reveals the links between the various chemical disciplines. It thus adopts an interdisciplinary approach, making it of interest to the whole chemical community. This book is a must for organic, inorganic, catalytic and complex chemists, as well as those working with/on organometallics.
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QD505 .A28 2009 Unknown
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xxi, 579 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • 1 Physico-chemical properties of carbon materials: a brief overview (Ljubisa R. Radovic) . 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Formation of Carbons. 1.3 Structure and Properties of Carbons. 1.4 Reactions of Carbons. 1.5 Summary and Conclusions. 1.6 References. 2. Surface chemistry of carbon materials (Teresa J. Bandosz) . 2.1 Introduction . 2.2 Surface functionalities. 2.3 Surface modifications. 2.4 Characterization of surface chemistry. 2.5 Role of surface chemistry in the reactive adsorption on activated carbons. 2.6 Role of carbon surface chemistry in catalysis. 2.7 References. 3. Molecular Simulations applied to adsorption on and reaction with carbon (Zhonghua (John) Zhu). 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Molecular simulation methods applied to carbon reactions. 3.3 Hydrogen adsorption on and reaction with carbon. 3.4 Carbon reactions with oxygen containing gases. 3.5 Metal-Carbon interactions. 3.6 Conclusions. 3.7 References. 4. Carbon as catalyst support (Francisco Rodr!guez-Reinoso and Antonio Sepulveda-Escribano). 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Carbon properties affecting its role as catalyst support. 4.3 Preparation of carbon supported catalysts. 4.4 Applications. 4.5 Summary. 4.6 References. 5. Preparation of carbon-supported metal catalysts (Johannes H. Bitter and Krijn P. de Jong). 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Impregnation/adsorption. 5.3 Deposition Precipitation. 5.4 Emerging preparation methods. 5.5 Concluding remarks. 5.6 References. 6. Carbon as catalyst (Jos' Luis Figueiredo and Manuel Fernando R. Pereira). 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Factors affecting the performance of a carbon catalyst. 6.3 Reactions catalyzed by carbons. 6.4 Conclusions. 6.5 References. 7. Catalytic properties of nitrogen-containing carbons (Hanns-Peter Boehm). 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Nitrogen-doping of carbons. 7.3 Catalysis of oxidation reactions with dioxygen. 7.4 Catalysis of aging of carbons. 7.5 Catalysis of dehydrochlorination reactions. 7.6 Conclusions on the mechanism of catalysis by nitrogen-containing carbons. 7.7 References. 8. Carbon anchored metal complex catalysts (Cristina Freire and Ana Rosa Silva). 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 General methods for molecule immobilization. 8.3 Methods for immobilization of transition metal complexes onto carbon materials . 8.4 Application of coordination compounds anchored onto carbon material in several catalytic reactions . 8.5 Carbon supported organometallic compounds in hydrogenation and hydroformylation catalytic reactions . 8.6 Carbon supported organometallic complexes in polymerisation reaction of olefins. 8.7 Concluding Remarks. 8.8 References. 9. Carbon nanotubes and nanofibers in catalysis (Philippe Serp). 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Catalytic growth of carbon nanofibers and carbon nanotubes. 9.3 Why can CNTs or CNFs be suitable to be used in catalysis?. 9.4 Preparation of supported catalysts on CNTs and CNFs. 9.5 Catalytic performance of CNT- and CNF-based catalysts. 9.6 Conclusion. 9.7 References. 10. Carbon gels in catalysis (Carlos Moreno-Castilla). 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Carbon gels: preparation and surface properties. 10.3 Metal-doped carbon gels. 10.4 Catalytic reactions of metal-doped carbon gels. 10.5. Conclusions. 10.6 References. 11. Carbon monoliths in catalysis (Karen M. de Lathouder, Edwin Crezee, Freek Kapteijn and Jacob A. Moulijn). 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Carbon. 11.3 Monolithic structures. 11.4 Carbon monoliths. 11.5 Carbon monoliths in catalysis: an overview. 11.6 Example of carbon monoliths as catalyst support material. 11.7 Evaluation and Practical Considerations. 11.8 Conclusions. 11.9 References. 12. Carbon materials as supports for fuel cells electrocatalysts (Frederic Maillard, Pavel A. Simonov and Elena R. Savinova). 12.1 Introduction. 12.2 Structure and morphology of carbon materials. 12.3 Physicochemical properties of carbon materials relevant to the fuel cell operation. 12.4 Preparation of carbon-supported electrocatalysts. 12.5 Structural characterization of carbon-supported metal catalysts. 12.6 Influence of carbon supports on the performance of the catalytic layers in PEMFCs. 12.7 Corrosion and stability of carbon-supported catalysts. 12.8 Conclusions and outlook. 12.9 References. 13. Carbon materials in photocatalysis (Joaquim Lu!s Faria and Wendong Wang). 13.1 Introduction. 13.2 Different carbon materials employed to modify TiO2 in photocatalysis. 13.3. Synthesis and characterization of carbon-TiO2 composites. 13.4 Photodegradation on carbon containing surfaces. 13.5. Role of the carbon phase in heterogeneous photocatalysis. 13.6. Concluding remarks. 13.7 References. 14. Carbon-based sensors (Jun Li). 14.1 Introduction. 14.2 The physico-chemical properties of sp2 carbon materials relevant to carbon sensors. 14.3 Carbon-based sensors. 14.4 Summary. 14.5 References. 15. Carbon Supported Catalysts for the Chemical Industry (Venu Arunajatesan, Baoshu Chen, Konrad Mobus, Daniel J. Ostgard, Thomas Tacke and Dorit Wolf). 15.1 Introduction. 15.2 Properties and Requirements of Carbon Materials as Catalyst Supports for Industrial Applications. 15.3 Industrial manufacturing of carbon supports. 15.4 Manufacturing of Carbon Supported Catalysts. 15.5 Reaction Technology. 15.5.1 Batch stirred-tank and loop reactors. 15.6 Industrial Applications. 15.7 Testing and Evaluation of Carbon Catalysts. 15.8 Conclusions and Outlook. 15.9 References.
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This is the first comprehensive book covering all aspects of the use of carbonaceous materials in heterogeneous catalysis. It covers the preparation and characterization of carbon supports and carbon-supported catalysts; carbon surface chemistry in catalysis; the description of catalytic, photo-catalytic, or electro-catalytic reactions, including the development of new carbon materials such as carbon xerogels, aerogels, or carbon nanotubes; and new carbon-based materials in catalytic or adsorption processes. This is a premier reference for carbon, inorganic, and physical chemists, materials scientists and engineers, chemical engineers, and others.
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  • 1 Physico-chemical properties of carbon materials: a brief overview (Ljubisa R. Radovic) . 1.1 Introduction. 1.2 Formation of Carbons. 1.3 Structure and Properties of Carbons. 1.4 Reactions of Carbons. 1.5 Summary and Conclusions. 1.6 References. 2. Surface chemistry of carbon materials (Teresa J. Bandosz) . 2.1 Introduction . 2.2 Surface functionalities. 2.3 Surface modifications. 2.4 Characterization of surface chemistry. 2.5 Role of surface chemistry in the reactive adsorption on activated carbons. 2.6 Role of carbon surface chemistry in catalysis. 2.7 References. 3. Molecular Simulations applied to adsorption on and reaction with carbon (Zhonghua (John) Zhu). 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Molecular simulation methods applied to carbon reactions. 3.3 Hydrogen adsorption on and reaction with carbon. 3.4 Carbon reactions with oxygen containing gases. 3.5 Metal-Carbon interactions. 3.6 Conclusions. 3.7 References. 4. Carbon as catalyst support (Francisco Rodr!guez-Reinoso and Antonio Sepulveda-Escribano). 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Carbon properties affecting its role as catalyst support. 4.3 Preparation of carbon supported catalysts. 4.4 Applications. 4.5 Summary. 4.6 References. 5. Preparation of carbon-supported metal catalysts (Johannes H. Bitter and Krijn P. de Jong). 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Impregnation/adsorption. 5.3 Deposition Precipitation. 5.4 Emerging preparation methods. 5.5 Concluding remarks. 5.6 References. 6. Carbon as catalyst (Jos' Luis Figueiredo and Manuel Fernando R. Pereira). 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Factors affecting the performance of a carbon catalyst. 6.3 Reactions catalyzed by carbons. 6.4 Conclusions. 6.5 References. 7. Catalytic properties of nitrogen-containing carbons (Hanns-Peter Boehm). 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Nitrogen-doping of carbons. 7.3 Catalysis of oxidation reactions with dioxygen. 7.4 Catalysis of aging of carbons. 7.5 Catalysis of dehydrochlorination reactions. 7.6 Conclusions on the mechanism of catalysis by nitrogen-containing carbons. 7.7 References. 8. Carbon anchored metal complex catalysts (Cristina Freire and Ana Rosa Silva). 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 General methods for molecule immobilization. 8.3 Methods for immobilization of transition metal complexes onto carbon materials . 8.4 Application of coordination compounds anchored onto carbon material in several catalytic reactions . 8.5 Carbon supported organometallic compounds in hydrogenation and hydroformylation catalytic reactions . 8.6 Carbon supported organometallic complexes in polymerisation reaction of olefins. 8.7 Concluding Remarks. 8.8 References. 9. Carbon nanotubes and nanofibers in catalysis (Philippe Serp). 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Catalytic growth of carbon nanofibers and carbon nanotubes. 9.3 Why can CNTs or CNFs be suitable to be used in catalysis?. 9.4 Preparation of supported catalysts on CNTs and CNFs. 9.5 Catalytic performance of CNT- and CNF-based catalysts. 9.6 Conclusion. 9.7 References. 10. Carbon gels in catalysis (Carlos Moreno-Castilla). 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Carbon gels: preparation and surface properties. 10.3 Metal-doped carbon gels. 10.4 Catalytic reactions of metal-doped carbon gels. 10.5. Conclusions. 10.6 References. 11. Carbon monoliths in catalysis (Karen M. de Lathouder, Edwin Crezee, Freek Kapteijn and Jacob A. Moulijn). 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Carbon. 11.3 Monolithic structures. 11.4 Carbon monoliths. 11.5 Carbon monoliths in catalysis: an overview. 11.6 Example of carbon monoliths as catalyst support material. 11.7 Evaluation and Practical Considerations. 11.8 Conclusions. 11.9 References. 12. Carbon materials as supports for fuel cells electrocatalysts (Frederic Maillard, Pavel A. Simonov and Elena R. Savinova). 12.1 Introduction. 12.2 Structure and morphology of carbon materials. 12.3 Physicochemical properties of carbon materials relevant to the fuel cell operation. 12.4 Preparation of carbon-supported electrocatalysts. 12.5 Structural characterization of carbon-supported metal catalysts. 12.6 Influence of carbon supports on the performance of the catalytic layers in PEMFCs. 12.7 Corrosion and stability of carbon-supported catalysts. 12.8 Conclusions and outlook. 12.9 References. 13. Carbon materials in photocatalysis (Joaquim Lu!s Faria and Wendong Wang). 13.1 Introduction. 13.2 Different carbon materials employed to modify TiO2 in photocatalysis. 13.3. Synthesis and characterization of carbon-TiO2 composites. 13.4 Photodegradation on carbon containing surfaces. 13.5. Role of the carbon phase in heterogeneous photocatalysis. 13.6. Concluding remarks. 13.7 References. 14. Carbon-based sensors (Jun Li). 14.1 Introduction. 14.2 The physico-chemical properties of sp2 carbon materials relevant to carbon sensors. 14.3 Carbon-based sensors. 14.4 Summary. 14.5 References. 15. Carbon Supported Catalysts for the Chemical Industry (Venu Arunajatesan, Baoshu Chen, Konrad Mobus, Daniel J. Ostgard, Thomas Tacke and Dorit Wolf). 15.1 Introduction. 15.2 Properties and Requirements of Carbon Materials as Catalyst Supports for Industrial Applications. 15.3 Industrial manufacturing of carbon supports. 15.4 Manufacturing of Carbon Supported Catalysts. 15.5 Reaction Technology. 15.5.1 Batch stirred-tank and loop reactors. 15.6 Industrial Applications. 15.7 Testing and Evaluation of Carbon Catalysts. 15.8 Conclusions and Outlook. 15.9 References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This is the first comprehensive book covering all aspects of the use of carbonaceous materials in heterogeneous catalysis. It covers the preparation and characterization of carbon supports and carbon-supported catalysts; carbon surface chemistry in catalysis; the description of catalytic, photo-catalytic, or electro-catalytic reactions, including the development of new carbon materials such as carbon xerogels, aerogels, or carbon nanotubes; and new carbon-based materials in catalytic or adsorption processes. This is a premier reference for carbon, inorganic, and physical chemists, materials scientists and engineers, chemical engineers, and others.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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TP245 .C4 C365 2009 Unknown
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x, 128 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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QD505 .C38 2009 Unknown
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xiii, 393 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the First Edition. 1 Introduction. 1.1 Reactions Amenable to Asymmetric Catalysis. 1.2 Assignment of (R) and (S) Stereochemical Descriptors. Futher Reading. References. 2 Reduction of Alkenes. 2.1 Asymmetric Hydrogenation with Rhodium Complexes. 2.2 Asymmetric Hydrogenation with Ruthenium Catalysts. 2.3 Alkene Hydrogenation with Titanium and Zirconium Catalysts. 2.4 Alkene Hydrogenation with Iridium Catalysts. 2.5 Alkene Hydrogenation with Organocatalysts. 2.6 Alkene Hydrosilylation. 2.7 Alkene Hydroboration. 2.8 Hydroamination. 2.9 Hydroformylation. 2.10 Hydroacylation of Alkenes. 2.11 Hydrocyanation of Alkenes. References. 3 Reduction of Ketones and Imines. 3.1 Hydrogenation of Ketones. 3.2 Hydrogenation and Transfer Hydrogenation of Imines and Related Compounds. 3.3 Transfer Hydrogenation of Ketones. 3.4 Heterogeneous Hydrogenation. 3.5 Reduction of Ketones Using Enantioselective Borohydride Reagents. 3.6 Hydrosilylation of Ketones. 3.7 Hydrosilylation of Imines and Nitrones. References. 4 Epoxidation. 4.1 Epoxidation of Allylic Alcohols. 4.2 Epoxidation with Metal(salen) Complexes. 4.3 Epoxidation Using Metal-Porphyrin-Based Catalysts. 4.4 OtherMetal-Catalysed Epoxidations of Unfunctionalised Olefins. 4.5 Epoxidation of Electron-Deficient Alkenes. 4.6 Epoxidation with Iminium Salts. 4.7 Epoxidation with Ketone Catalysts. 4.8 Epoxidation of Aldehydes. 4.9 Aziridination of Alkenes. 4.10 Aziridination of Imines. References. 5 Further Oxidation Reactions. 5.1 Dihydroxylation. 5.2 Aminohydroxylation. 5.3 alpha-Heterofunctionalisation of Aldehydes and Ketones. 5.4 Oxidation of C-H. 5.5 Baeyer-Villiger Oxidation. 5.6 Oxidation of Sulfides. References. 6 Nucleophilic Addition to Carbonyl Compounds. 6.1 Addition of Organozincs to Carbonyl Compounds. 6.2 Addition of Cyanide to Aldehydes and Ketones. 6.3 Allylation of Aldehydes. 6.4 Hydrophosphonylation of Aldehydes. 6.5 Nucleophilic Additions to Imines. References. 7 The Aldol and Related Reactions. 7.1 The Aldol Reaction. 7.2 Isocyanide and Related Aldol Reactions. 7.3 The Nitroaldol Reaction. 7.4 Addition of Enolates to Imines. 7.5 Darzens Condensation. 7.6 Morita-Baylis-Hillman Reaction. 7.7 Carbonyl-Ene Reactions. References. 8 Cycloadditions. 8.1 Diels-Alder Reactions. 8.2 Inverse Electron Demand Diels-Alder Reactions. 8.3 Hetero-Diels-Alder Reactions. 8.4 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition Reactions. 8.5 [2+2] Cycloadditions. 8.6 Pauson-Khand-Type Reactions. References. 9 Catalytic Reactions Involving Carbenes and Ylides. 9.1 Cyclopropanation. 9.2 Insertion Reactions. 9.3 Asymmetric Ylide Reactions. References. 10 Catalytic Carbon-Carbon Bond-Forming Reactions. 10.1 Cross-Coupling Reactions. 10.2 Metal-Catalysed Allylic Substitution. 10.3 Heck Reactions. 10.4 Alkylmetalation of Alkenes. References. 11 Conjugate Addition Reactions. 11.1 Conjugate Addition of Enolates. 11.2 Conjugate Addition of Sulfur Nucleophiles. 11.3 Conjugate Addition of Nonstabilised Nucleophiles. 11.4 Conjugate Addition with Nitrogen-Based Nucleophiles and Electrophiles. References. 12 Further Catalytic Reactions. 12.1 Isomerisations and Rearrangements. 12.2 Deprotonation Reactions. 12.3 Protonation Reactions. 12.4 Alkylation and Allylation of Enolates. 12.5 Formation of Alkenes. 12.6 Oxyselenylation-Elimination Reactions. 12.7 The Benzoin Condensation. 12.8 Ester Formation and Hydrolysis. 12.9 Ring-Opening of Epoxides. References. Index.
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Controlling the stereochemical outcome of reactions in the synthesis of complex natural products or bioactive materials represents a considerable intellectual and practical challenge for chemists. The stereochemical features of these products are usually essential to their bioactivity, so asymmetric synthesis has become a dominant feature of modern organic chemistry. Asymmetric catalysis is an important aspect of asymmetric synthesis, and one that has seen significant progress in the development of widely applicable methodology.This book is written from the point of view of the synthetic organic chemist, illustrating the transformations that can be achieved via this methodology, rather than the organometallic chemistry that lies behind. The emphasis is on non-enzymatic methods of asymmetric catalysis, although key references to enzyme-catalysed reactions have been incorporated where appropriate. The book is extensively referenced and therefore provides a convenient point of entry to the primary literature for both experienced synthetic organic chemists and advanced students alike.
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  • Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the First Edition. 1 Introduction. 1.1 Reactions Amenable to Asymmetric Catalysis. 1.2 Assignment of (R) and (S) Stereochemical Descriptors. Futher Reading. References. 2 Reduction of Alkenes. 2.1 Asymmetric Hydrogenation with Rhodium Complexes. 2.2 Asymmetric Hydrogenation with Ruthenium Catalysts. 2.3 Alkene Hydrogenation with Titanium and Zirconium Catalysts. 2.4 Alkene Hydrogenation with Iridium Catalysts. 2.5 Alkene Hydrogenation with Organocatalysts. 2.6 Alkene Hydrosilylation. 2.7 Alkene Hydroboration. 2.8 Hydroamination. 2.9 Hydroformylation. 2.10 Hydroacylation of Alkenes. 2.11 Hydrocyanation of Alkenes. References. 3 Reduction of Ketones and Imines. 3.1 Hydrogenation of Ketones. 3.2 Hydrogenation and Transfer Hydrogenation of Imines and Related Compounds. 3.3 Transfer Hydrogenation of Ketones. 3.4 Heterogeneous Hydrogenation. 3.5 Reduction of Ketones Using Enantioselective Borohydride Reagents. 3.6 Hydrosilylation of Ketones. 3.7 Hydrosilylation of Imines and Nitrones. References. 4 Epoxidation. 4.1 Epoxidation of Allylic Alcohols. 4.2 Epoxidation with Metal(salen) Complexes. 4.3 Epoxidation Using Metal-Porphyrin-Based Catalysts. 4.4 OtherMetal-Catalysed Epoxidations of Unfunctionalised Olefins. 4.5 Epoxidation of Electron-Deficient Alkenes. 4.6 Epoxidation with Iminium Salts. 4.7 Epoxidation with Ketone Catalysts. 4.8 Epoxidation of Aldehydes. 4.9 Aziridination of Alkenes. 4.10 Aziridination of Imines. References. 5 Further Oxidation Reactions. 5.1 Dihydroxylation. 5.2 Aminohydroxylation. 5.3 alpha-Heterofunctionalisation of Aldehydes and Ketones. 5.4 Oxidation of C-H. 5.5 Baeyer-Villiger Oxidation. 5.6 Oxidation of Sulfides. References. 6 Nucleophilic Addition to Carbonyl Compounds. 6.1 Addition of Organozincs to Carbonyl Compounds. 6.2 Addition of Cyanide to Aldehydes and Ketones. 6.3 Allylation of Aldehydes. 6.4 Hydrophosphonylation of Aldehydes. 6.5 Nucleophilic Additions to Imines. References. 7 The Aldol and Related Reactions. 7.1 The Aldol Reaction. 7.2 Isocyanide and Related Aldol Reactions. 7.3 The Nitroaldol Reaction. 7.4 Addition of Enolates to Imines. 7.5 Darzens Condensation. 7.6 Morita-Baylis-Hillman Reaction. 7.7 Carbonyl-Ene Reactions. References. 8 Cycloadditions. 8.1 Diels-Alder Reactions. 8.2 Inverse Electron Demand Diels-Alder Reactions. 8.3 Hetero-Diels-Alder Reactions. 8.4 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition Reactions. 8.5 [2+2] Cycloadditions. 8.6 Pauson-Khand-Type Reactions. References. 9 Catalytic Reactions Involving Carbenes and Ylides. 9.1 Cyclopropanation. 9.2 Insertion Reactions. 9.3 Asymmetric Ylide Reactions. References. 10 Catalytic Carbon-Carbon Bond-Forming Reactions. 10.1 Cross-Coupling Reactions. 10.2 Metal-Catalysed Allylic Substitution. 10.3 Heck Reactions. 10.4 Alkylmetalation of Alkenes. References. 11 Conjugate Addition Reactions. 11.1 Conjugate Addition of Enolates. 11.2 Conjugate Addition of Sulfur Nucleophiles. 11.3 Conjugate Addition of Nonstabilised Nucleophiles. 11.4 Conjugate Addition with Nitrogen-Based Nucleophiles and Electrophiles. References. 12 Further Catalytic Reactions. 12.1 Isomerisations and Rearrangements. 12.2 Deprotonation Reactions. 12.3 Protonation Reactions. 12.4 Alkylation and Allylation of Enolates. 12.5 Formation of Alkenes. 12.6 Oxyselenylation-Elimination Reactions. 12.7 The Benzoin Condensation. 12.8 Ester Formation and Hydrolysis. 12.9 Ring-Opening of Epoxides. References. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Controlling the stereochemical outcome of reactions in the synthesis of complex natural products or bioactive materials represents a considerable intellectual and practical challenge for chemists. The stereochemical features of these products are usually essential to their bioactivity, so asymmetric synthesis has become a dominant feature of modern organic chemistry. Asymmetric catalysis is an important aspect of asymmetric synthesis, and one that has seen significant progress in the development of widely applicable methodology.This book is written from the point of view of the synthetic organic chemist, illustrating the transformations that can be achieved via this methodology, rather than the organometallic chemistry that lies behind. The emphasis is on non-enzymatic methods of asymmetric catalysis, although key references to enzyme-catalysed reactions have been incorporated where appropriate. The book is extensively referenced and therefore provides a convenient point of entry to the primary literature for both experienced synthetic organic chemists and advanced students alike.
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  • Board of Editors Chronology of Organic Reactions Catalysis Society Conferences Preface New Chemistry, Including Pulp Bleaching Processes, of the Golden-Aged, Water-Soluble Compound, Tris(hydroxymethyl) phosphine, B.R. James Design and Serendipity in the Discovery and Development of Homogeneous Catalysts for Organic Synthesis, J.F. Hartwig Asymmetric Hydrogenation of an Amino Acid Intermediate in the Synthesis of Complex Drug Targets: From Kinetic Modeling to Process Development, D.S. Hsieh, D. Lin, S.S.Y. Wang, R.O. Cann, J.B. Sausker, and S. Kiang Process Intensification. Continuous Two-Phase Catalytic Reactions in a Table-Top Centrifugal Contact Separator, G.N. Kraai, B. Schuur, F. van Zwol, R.M. Haak, A.J. Minnaard, B.L. Feringa, H.J. Heeres, and J.G. de Vries Application of Scavengers for the Removal of Palladium in Small Lot Manufacturing, A.M. Allgeier, E.E. Bunel, T. Correll, M. Dilmeghani, M. Faul, J. Milne, J. Murry, J. F. Payack, C. Scardino, B. J. Shaw, and X. Wang Large-Scale Synthesis of Thienobenzazepine Derivatives Using Two Efficient Metal Catalyzed Processes Telescoped: Nitro Reduction and Intramolecular Aminocarbonylation, W.G. Holloway, K. Takeuchi, M.L. Prunier, and A. Navarro Manufacture and Application of Asymmetric Hydrogenation Catalysts, L.T. Boulton, C.J. Cobley, I.C. Lennon, G.A. Meek, P.H. Moran, C. Praquin, and J.A. Ramsden Hydrogenation of Nitro-Substituted Acetophenones, S.D. Jackson, R. McEwan, and R.R. Spence Tuning Selectivity through the Support in the Hydrogenation of Citral over Copper Catalysts, I.V. Deliy, I.G. Danilova, I.L. Simakova, F. Zaccheria, N. Ravasio, and R. Psaro Improved Activity of Catalysts for the Production of Hydroxylamine, J.R. Blanton, T. Hara, K. Moebusand, and B. Chen A .Trans-Effect. in Carbon Double-Bond Hydrogenation, A.S. Canning, S.D. Jackson, A. Monaghan, R.R. Spence, and T. Wright Detailed Kinetic Analysis Reveals the True Reaction Path: Catalytic Hydrogenation, Hydrolysis and Isomerization of Lactose, T. Salmi, J. Kuusisto, J. Warna, and J.-P. Mikkola Hydrogenation of a, ss-Unsaturated Aldehydes over Ir Catalysts Supported on Monolayers of Ti-Si and Nb-Si, J.J. Martinez, H. Rojas, G. Borda, and P. Reyes 4,6-Diamino Resorcinol by Hydrogenation, a Case Study, A, Tungler, Z, Trocsanyi, and L. Vida Novel Hydrogenolysis Route to Perfluoroalkyl Ethane Thiols, S.E. Jacobson, L. Abrams, G. Jones, L. Zhang, and J.F. White New Insight into the Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation of Model Unsaturated Organic Compounds, J. Lessard, M. Obradovic, and G. Jerkiewicz Catalytic Reductive Alkylation of Aromatic and Alkyl Amines and Diamines over Sulfided and Unsulfided Platinum Group Metals, V. Arunajatesan, J.L. Morrow, and B. Chen Catalytic Synthesis of N, N-Dialkylglucamines, I. K. Meier, Mike E. Ford, and R. J. Goddard Simple Catalytic Synthesis of N, N.-Dialkyl-N, N.-di(1-deoxyglucityl) ethylenediamines, Sugar-Based Gemini Surfactants, M.E. Ford, C.P. Kretz, K.R. Lassila, R.P. Underwood, and I.K. Meier Anchored Wilkinson.s Catalyst: Comparison with the Homogeneous Catalyst and Supported Rhodium with Respect to Reaction Selectivity, S.K. Tanielyan, R.L. Augustine, N. Marin, and G. Alvez Synthesis of New Ligands for the Preparation of Combined Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysts, C. Pinel, S. NoA"l, K. Pan, C. Luo, and L. Djakovitch Assessing Catalyst Homogeneity/Heterogeneity via Application of Insoluble Metal Scavengers: Application to Heck and Suzuki Reactions, C.W. Jones and J.M. Richardson Unusual Isolated Pre-Catalyst Systems Using TaniaPhos/MandyPhos Ligands, O. Briel, A. Doppiu, R. Karch, C. Le Ret, R. Winde, and A. Rivas Nass New Developments in the Synthesis and Application of Chiral Phospholane Ligands, R. Kadyrov and J. Tarabocchia New Concepts in Designing Ruthenium-Based Second Generation Olefin Metathesis Catalysts and Their Application, R. Kadyrov, A. Rosiak, J. Tarabocchia, A. Szadkowska, M. Bieniek, and K. Grela Kinetic Implications Derived from Competitive Reactions: Buchwald-Hartwig Amination, A.C. Ferretti, J.S. Mathew, C. Brennan, and D.G. Blackmond A Highly Active and Reusable Catalyst for Suzuki Couplings: BaCe1-xPdxO3-x (0 < x = 0.1) 233, X. Ouyang, J. Li, R. Seshadri, and S.L. Scott Biphasic Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins, S.D. Dietz, C.M. Ohman, T.A. Scholten, S. Gebhard, and G. Srinivas Hydroformylation of 1-Butene on Rh Catalyst, A. Bernas, J. Ahlkvist, J. Warna, P. Maki-Arvela, J. Lehtonen, T. Salmi, and D.Y. Murzin Innovative One-Pot Oxidation Method for the Synthesis of Bioproducts from Renewables, P. Gallezot and A.B. Sorokin A Process for the Production of Biodiesel from Non-Conventional Sources, P. Bondioli, L. Della Bella, N. Ravasio, and F. Zaccheria Heterogeneous Catalyst and Process for the Production of Biodiesel from High Free-Fatty Acid-Containing Feedstocks, R. Banavali, R.T. Hanlon, K. Jerabek, and A.K. Schultz Sustainable Biodiesel Production by Catalytic Reactive Distillation, A.A. Kiss and G. Rothenberg New Catalysts for the Hydrogenolysis of Glycerol and Sugar Alcohols, J.E. Holladay, J.F. White, T.H. Peterson, J.G. Frye, A.A. Oberg, L. Peerboom, D.J. Miller, and A.H. Zacher Catalytic Hydrogenolysis of Glycerol, M. Besson, L. Djakovitch, P. Gallezot, C. Pinel, A. Salameh, and M. Vospernik Development of Commercially Viable Thermomorphic Catalysts for Controlled Free Radical Polymerization, C.M. Older, S. Kristjansdottir, J.C. Ritter, W. Tam, and M.C. Grady Rhodium Catalyzed Carbonylation of Ethylene and Methanol in the Absence of Alkyl Halides Using Ionic Liquids, J.R. Zoeller, M.K. Moore, A.J. Vetter, A. Quillen, and T. Barnette Preparation and Characterization of Supported Amine Catalysts, B.A. Scruggs, S.L. Kilgore, S.L. Hruby, B.H. Shanks, and B.D. Chandler One-Pot Gas Phase Synthesis of 1,2-Methylenedioxybenzene, D.F. Impala, O. Piccolo, and A. Vaccari The Gas-Phase Ammoxidation of n-Hexane to Unsaturated C6 Dinitriles, Intermediates for Hexamethylenediamine Synthesis, N. Ballarini, A. Battisti, A. Castelli, F. Cavani, C. Lucarelli, P. Marion, P. Righi, and C. Spadoni TUD-1: A Generalized Mesoporous Catalyst Family for Industrial Applications, P.J. Angevine, A.M. Gaffney, Z. Shan, J.H. Koegler, and C.Y. Yeh Bifunctional Catalysis of Alkene Isomerization and Its Applications, D.B. Grotjahn, C. Larsen, G. Erdogan, J. Gustafson, A. Sharma, and R. Nair Investigation of Deactivation of Co-Salen Catalysts in the Hydrolytic Kinetic Resolution of Epichlorohydrin, S. Jain, X. Zheng, K. Venkatasubbaiah, C.W. Jones, M. Weck, and R.J. Davis A Comparison of the Reaction Mechanism for the Gas-Phase Methylation of Phenol with Methanol Catalyzed by Acid and by Basic Catalysts, N. Ballarini, F. Cavani, S. Guidetti, L. Maselli, A. Montaletti, S. Passeri, and S. Rovinetti In Situ ATR Study of Photocatalytic Dehydrogenation of Alcohols on Au and Pd Catalysts, D.D. Miller and S.S.C. Chuang Novel Hydride Transfer Catalysis for Carbohydrate Conversions, J.E. Holladay, H.M. Brown, A.M. Appel, and Z. C Zhang A Reasonable Parallel Screening System for Catalytic Multiphase Processes, T. Salmi, D. Murzin, Kari Eranen, P. Maki-Arvela, J.Warna, N. Kumar, J. Villegas, and K. Arve Green Acylation of Aromatic Sulfonamides in Heterogeneous Catalysis, S.M. Coman, C. Stere, J. El Haskouri, D. Beltran, P. Amoros, and V.I. Parvulescu Synthesis of a, ss-Unsaturated Ketones, L.M. Gonzalez, A.L. Villa, C. Montes de C., and A.B. Sorokin Reaction Progress Kinetic Analysis: A Powerful Methodology for Streamlining Mechanistic Analysis of Complex Organic Reactions, N. Zotova, F. Valera, and D.G. Blackmond Dinuclear Copper(II) Complexes for Regioselective Glycoside Oxidation, S. Striegler Photocatalytic Oxidation of Alcohols on Pt/TiO2 and Nafion-Coated TiO2, F. Guzman, Z. Yu, and S.S.C. Chuang Enhanced Catalytic Oxidation Activity of a Dinuclear Catalyst Using Water as a Co-Solvent 473, M.G. Gichinga and S. Striegler Effect of the Oxidizing Agent and Catalyst Chirality on the Diastereoselective Epoxidation of R-(+)-Limonene, J.A. Cubillos, J. Reyes, A.L. Villa, and C. Montes de C The Dynamic Nature of Vanadyl Pyrophosphate, Catalyst for the Selective Oxidation of n-Butane to Maleic Anhydride, N. Ballarini, F. Cavani, E. Degli Esposti, D. De Santi, S. Luciani, F. Trifiro, C. Cortelli, R. Leanza, G. Mazzoni, A. Bruckner, and E. Bordes-Richard A Five-Week Teaching Laboratory at Wabash College Introduces Students to Independent, Original Research in the Field of Asymmetric Organocatalysis, P.R. LePlae, A.C. Oehler and C.M. Ridenour 2008 Murray Raney Award Lecture: The Scientific Design of Activated Nickel Catalysts for the Chemical Industry, D.J. Ostgard Author Index Keyword Index.
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This work offers a consortium of knowledge from leaders in the field. Based on findings gathered at the 22nd Conference on Catalysis of Organic Relations, this peer-reviewed volume covers the general area of catalyzed synthesis with a particular emphasis on the production of organic chemicals. Using an applied rather than theoretical approach, the book's dominant theme is the traditionally practiced area of heterogeneous catalysis. The contributors explore the topics of hydrogenation, hydrogenolysis, C-C coupling, amination, and oxidation, including the precious metal, supported base metal, sponge metal (Raney process, and homogeneous catalyst types. They also discuss end uses of these products, including industrial petrochemicals, fine chemicals, and pharma intermediates.
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  • Board of Editors Chronology of Organic Reactions Catalysis Society Conferences Preface New Chemistry, Including Pulp Bleaching Processes, of the Golden-Aged, Water-Soluble Compound, Tris(hydroxymethyl) phosphine, B.R. James Design and Serendipity in the Discovery and Development of Homogeneous Catalysts for Organic Synthesis, J.F. Hartwig Asymmetric Hydrogenation of an Amino Acid Intermediate in the Synthesis of Complex Drug Targets: From Kinetic Modeling to Process Development, D.S. Hsieh, D. Lin, S.S.Y. Wang, R.O. Cann, J.B. Sausker, and S. Kiang Process Intensification. Continuous Two-Phase Catalytic Reactions in a Table-Top Centrifugal Contact Separator, G.N. Kraai, B. Schuur, F. van Zwol, R.M. Haak, A.J. Minnaard, B.L. Feringa, H.J. Heeres, and J.G. de Vries Application of Scavengers for the Removal of Palladium in Small Lot Manufacturing, A.M. Allgeier, E.E. Bunel, T. Correll, M. Dilmeghani, M. Faul, J. Milne, J. Murry, J. F. Payack, C. Scardino, B. J. Shaw, and X. Wang Large-Scale Synthesis of Thienobenzazepine Derivatives Using Two Efficient Metal Catalyzed Processes Telescoped: Nitro Reduction and Intramolecular Aminocarbonylation, W.G. Holloway, K. Takeuchi, M.L. Prunier, and A. Navarro Manufacture and Application of Asymmetric Hydrogenation Catalysts, L.T. Boulton, C.J. Cobley, I.C. Lennon, G.A. Meek, P.H. Moran, C. Praquin, and J.A. Ramsden Hydrogenation of Nitro-Substituted Acetophenones, S.D. Jackson, R. McEwan, and R.R. Spence Tuning Selectivity through the Support in the Hydrogenation of Citral over Copper Catalysts, I.V. Deliy, I.G. Danilova, I.L. Simakova, F. Zaccheria, N. Ravasio, and R. Psaro Improved Activity of Catalysts for the Production of Hydroxylamine, J.R. Blanton, T. Hara, K. Moebusand, and B. Chen A .Trans-Effect. in Carbon Double-Bond Hydrogenation, A.S. Canning, S.D. Jackson, A. Monaghan, R.R. Spence, and T. Wright Detailed Kinetic Analysis Reveals the True Reaction Path: Catalytic Hydrogenation, Hydrolysis and Isomerization of Lactose, T. Salmi, J. Kuusisto, J. Warna, and J.-P. Mikkola Hydrogenation of a, ss-Unsaturated Aldehydes over Ir Catalysts Supported on Monolayers of Ti-Si and Nb-Si, J.J. Martinez, H. Rojas, G. Borda, and P. Reyes 4,6-Diamino Resorcinol by Hydrogenation, a Case Study, A, Tungler, Z, Trocsanyi, and L. Vida Novel Hydrogenolysis Route to Perfluoroalkyl Ethane Thiols, S.E. Jacobson, L. Abrams, G. Jones, L. Zhang, and J.F. White New Insight into the Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation of Model Unsaturated Organic Compounds, J. Lessard, M. Obradovic, and G. Jerkiewicz Catalytic Reductive Alkylation of Aromatic and Alkyl Amines and Diamines over Sulfided and Unsulfided Platinum Group Metals, V. Arunajatesan, J.L. Morrow, and B. Chen Catalytic Synthesis of N, N-Dialkylglucamines, I. K. Meier, Mike E. Ford, and R. J. Goddard Simple Catalytic Synthesis of N, N.-Dialkyl-N, N.-di(1-deoxyglucityl) ethylenediamines, Sugar-Based Gemini Surfactants, M.E. Ford, C.P. Kretz, K.R. Lassila, R.P. Underwood, and I.K. Meier Anchored Wilkinson.s Catalyst: Comparison with the Homogeneous Catalyst and Supported Rhodium with Respect to Reaction Selectivity, S.K. Tanielyan, R.L. Augustine, N. Marin, and G. Alvez Synthesis of New Ligands for the Preparation of Combined Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysts, C. Pinel, S. NoA"l, K. Pan, C. Luo, and L. Djakovitch Assessing Catalyst Homogeneity/Heterogeneity via Application of Insoluble Metal Scavengers: Application to Heck and Suzuki Reactions, C.W. Jones and J.M. Richardson Unusual Isolated Pre-Catalyst Systems Using TaniaPhos/MandyPhos Ligands, O. Briel, A. Doppiu, R. Karch, C. Le Ret, R. Winde, and A. Rivas Nass New Developments in the Synthesis and Application of Chiral Phospholane Ligands, R. Kadyrov and J. Tarabocchia New Concepts in Designing Ruthenium-Based Second Generation Olefin Metathesis Catalysts and Their Application, R. Kadyrov, A. Rosiak, J. Tarabocchia, A. Szadkowska, M. Bieniek, and K. Grela Kinetic Implications Derived from Competitive Reactions: Buchwald-Hartwig Amination, A.C. Ferretti, J.S. Mathew, C. Brennan, and D.G. Blackmond A Highly Active and Reusable Catalyst for Suzuki Couplings: BaCe1-xPdxO3-x (0 < x = 0.1) 233, X. Ouyang, J. Li, R. Seshadri, and S.L. Scott Biphasic Hydroformylation of Higher Olefins, S.D. Dietz, C.M. Ohman, T.A. Scholten, S. Gebhard, and G. Srinivas Hydroformylation of 1-Butene on Rh Catalyst, A. Bernas, J. Ahlkvist, J. Warna, P. Maki-Arvela, J. Lehtonen, T. Salmi, and D.Y. Murzin Innovative One-Pot Oxidation Method for the Synthesis of Bioproducts from Renewables, P. Gallezot and A.B. Sorokin A Process for the Production of Biodiesel from Non-Conventional Sources, P. Bondioli, L. Della Bella, N. Ravasio, and F. Zaccheria Heterogeneous Catalyst and Process for the Production of Biodiesel from High Free-Fatty Acid-Containing Feedstocks, R. Banavali, R.T. Hanlon, K. Jerabek, and A.K. Schultz Sustainable Biodiesel Production by Catalytic Reactive Distillation, A.A. Kiss and G. Rothenberg New Catalysts for the Hydrogenolysis of Glycerol and Sugar Alcohols, J.E. Holladay, J.F. White, T.H. Peterson, J.G. Frye, A.A. Oberg, L. Peerboom, D.J. Miller, and A.H. Zacher Catalytic Hydrogenolysis of Glycerol, M. Besson, L. Djakovitch, P. Gallezot, C. Pinel, A. Salameh, and M. Vospernik Development of Commercially Viable Thermomorphic Catalysts for Controlled Free Radical Polymerization, C.M. Older, S. Kristjansdottir, J.C. Ritter, W. Tam, and M.C. Grady Rhodium Catalyzed Carbonylation of Ethylene and Methanol in the Absence of Alkyl Halides Using Ionic Liquids, J.R. Zoeller, M.K. Moore, A.J. Vetter, A. Quillen, and T. Barnette Preparation and Characterization of Supported Amine Catalysts, B.A. Scruggs, S.L. Kilgore, S.L. Hruby, B.H. Shanks, and B.D. Chandler One-Pot Gas Phase Synthesis of 1,2-Methylenedioxybenzene, D.F. Impala, O. Piccolo, and A. Vaccari The Gas-Phase Ammoxidation of n-Hexane to Unsaturated C6 Dinitriles, Intermediates for Hexamethylenediamine Synthesis, N. Ballarini, A. Battisti, A. Castelli, F. Cavani, C. Lucarelli, P. Marion, P. Righi, and C. Spadoni TUD-1: A Generalized Mesoporous Catalyst Family for Industrial Applications, P.J. Angevine, A.M. Gaffney, Z. Shan, J.H. Koegler, and C.Y. Yeh Bifunctional Catalysis of Alkene Isomerization and Its Applications, D.B. Grotjahn, C. Larsen, G. Erdogan, J. Gustafson, A. Sharma, and R. Nair Investigation of Deactivation of Co-Salen Catalysts in the Hydrolytic Kinetic Resolution of Epichlorohydrin, S. Jain, X. Zheng, K. Venkatasubbaiah, C.W. Jones, M. Weck, and R.J. Davis A Comparison of the Reaction Mechanism for the Gas-Phase Methylation of Phenol with Methanol Catalyzed by Acid and by Basic Catalysts, N. Ballarini, F. 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This work offers a consortium of knowledge from leaders in the field. Based on findings gathered at the 22nd Conference on Catalysis of Organic Relations, this peer-reviewed volume covers the general area of catalyzed synthesis with a particular emphasis on the production of organic chemicals. Using an applied rather than theoretical approach, the book's dominant theme is the traditionally practiced area of heterogeneous catalysis. The contributors explore the topics of hydrogenation, hydrogenolysis, C-C coupling, amination, and oxidation, including the precious metal, supported base metal, sponge metal (Raney process, and homogeneous catalyst types. They also discuss end uses of these products, including industrial petrochemicals, fine chemicals, and pharma intermediates.
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