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Catalytic Heterofunctionalization: From Hydroamination to Hydrozirconization

Catalytic Heterofunctionalization: From Hydroamination to Hydrozirconization

Antonio Togni (Editor), Hansjörg Grützmacher (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-60015-1

Oct 2001

304 pages

Select type: O-Book

Description

Catalytic heterofunctionalization is now an important area of research in homogeneous catalysis, allowing the formation of a wide variety of bonds between carbon and other elements by adding compounds to alkenes and alkines. It is the catalysis of these key additions that makes this type of synthesis most effective.
In this first handbook on the subject, well-known authors and editors present all the modern synthetic methods including hydroamination, hydrosilylation, hydrozirconation, hydroalumination, hydroboration and
hydrophosphination.
An indispensable source for every researcher and practitioner of homogeneous catalysis as well as for all synthetic organic chemists in academia and industry.
Scope and Overview
Hydroboration and Diboration
Hydroalumination
Asymmetric Hydrosilylation
Hydroamination
Hydrophosphination
OH-Activation and Addition to Unsaturated Systems
Sulfur-X Activation
Hydrozirconation
"...does provide a valuable source for academic and industrial chemists alike ..." (Applied Organometallic Chemistry, May 2003)