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The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates, Volume 2

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The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates, Volume 2

Jacob Zabicky

ISBN: 978-1-119-08328-3 April 2018 640 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 phenolate chemistry provides synthetic routes to phenols and polyphenols (including calixarenes), which are important compound classes in biological processes such as ageing, signaling and cell repair. They are also increasingly used as scaffolds for pharmaceuticals, and as catalysts. The present volume extends and complements the previous volume, which was published in 2014.

1. Recent advances in acid–base and solvation properties of metal phenolates 1
Erick L. Bastos and Caroline O. Machado

2. Photophysical and structural properties of rare-earth phenolate compounds 61
Ercules E. S. Teotonio, Lucas C. V. Rodrigues, Hermi F. Brito, Maria Claudia F. C. Felinto, and Oscar M. L. Malta

3. Advances in the catalysis of organic processes by metal phenolates 125
Maria Elisa da Silva Serra and Dina M. B. Murtinho

4. Metal complexes with oligo(salen)-type ligands 153
Shigehisa Akine

5. Coordination chemistry and applications of phenolic homooxa and homoazacalixarene–metal complexes 195
Paula M. Marcos and Peter J. Cragg

6. Coordination chemistry and applications of phenolic thiacalixarene–metal complexes 237
Peter J. Cragg and Paula M. Marcos

7. Recent advances in the field of phenoxyl radical–metal complexes 269
Yuichi Shimazaki

8. Polymerization catalysis by metal phenolates 295
Samuel Dagorne and Charles Romain

9. Recent advances in biomimetic metal phenolates 339
Gabriella Tamasi and Renzo Cini

10. Contemporary use of azophenolates and related species in the determination of metal cations 383
Maja Ponikvar-Svet and Joel F. Liebman

11. Advances in the analytical chemistry of metal phenolates 407
Jacob Zabicky

Subject index 449