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The Chemistry of Metal Enolates, Volume 2

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The Chemistry of Metal Enolates, Volume 2

Jacob Zabicky

ISBN: 978-1-119-08329-0 April 2018 592 Pages

Description

PATAI's Chemistry of Functional Groups publishes comprehensive reviews on all aspects of specific functional groups. Each volume contains outstanding surveys on theoretical and computational aspects, NMR, MS, other spectroscopic methods and analytical chemistry, structural aspects, thermochemistry, photochemistry, synthetic approaches and strategies, synthetic uses and applications in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, biological, biochemical and environmental aspects. To date, over 140 volumes have been published in the series.
Metal enolates form a class of compounds that have recently received much attention because of their part in the selective formation of carbon-carbon bonds via the aldol reaction. Other applications for metal enolates, such as their use in forming metal coatings, are also discussed. This volume extends and complements the previous volume 1, which was published in 2009.

1. Aspects of the energetics of metal β-diketonates and their derivatives 1
Diana N. Zeiger, Joel F. Liebman, and Maja Ponikvar-Svet

2. Acid–base and solvation properties of metal enolates
Part 1: The enolate ion and main-group metal enolates 25
Erick L. Bastos

3. Acid–base and solvation properties of metal enolates
Part 2: Transition-metal enolates and medium effects 79
Erick L. Bastos

4. Rhodium enolate complexes as synthons and catalysts in organic chemistry 141
Mieko Arisawa and Masahiko Yamaguchi

5. Asymmetric synthesis of quaternary stereocenters via metal enolates 183
Katerina M. Korch, Steven A. Loskot, and Brian M. Stoltz

6. Enolates in macromolecular science: current situation and future outlook 269
Philippe Lecomte and Christine Jérôme

7. Advances in deposition of metals from metal enolates 305
Heinrich Lang, David Adner, and Colin Georgi

8. Advances in deposition of transition-metal oxides from metal enolates 333
Heinrich Lang, David Adner, and Colin Georgi

9. Advances in deposition of main-group metal oxides and rare-earth oxides from metal enolates 371
Heinrich Lang, David Adner, and Colin Georgi

10. Advances in the use of lanthanide enolates as nuclear magnetic resonance shift reagents 399
Thomas J.Wenzel and William R. Patton

11. Recent advances in nonelectrochemical analytical methods involving metal enolates 421
Jacob Zabicky

12. Recent advances in electrochemical analytical methods involving metal enolates 447
Jacob Zabicky

13. Recent advances in the chemistry of metal ynolates 483
Mitsuru Shindo and Kenji Matsumoto

14. Recent advances in the structure and properties of metal–dithiolene complexes 515
Paola Deplano, Davide Espa, and Luca Pilia

Subject index 547