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Modern Carbonylation Methods

Modern Carbonylation Methods

László Kollár (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-62155-2 June 2008 383 Pages

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Description

Comprehensively covering modern carbonylation chemistry, this book is an indispensable companion for all synthetic chemists working in industry and academia. This monograph contains everything there is to know from recent advances in the investigation of carbonylation catalysts, via coordination chemistry to the synthetic application of transition metal catalyzed carbonylations.
RECENT ADVANCES IN THE INVESTIGATION OF CARBONYLATION CATALYSTS
Kinetics of Carbonylation Reactions
Quantum-chemical Studies on the Mechanism of Transition Metal Catalysed Cabonylation
Chelating Ligands with Various Bite-angles in Carbonylation Reactions (Electronic and Steric Effects of Ligands in Carbonylation Reactions)
Reactivity of Pincer Complexes Towards Carbon Monoxide
The Use of Heterobimetallic Systems in Carbonylations
Homogenization of Heterogeneous Carbonylation Catalysts
Novel Chiral Ligands Designed for Enantioselective Hydroformylation
METHODOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN CARBONYLATION REACTIONS
Enantioselective Carbonylation Reactions
Asymmetric Cyclocarbonylations
Microwave-promoted Cabonylations
Recent Advances in Two-phase Carbonylation
Ionic Liquids in Carbonylation Reactions
Industrial Applications of Transition Metal Catalysed Carbonylation Reactions
SYNTHETIC APPLICATION OF TRANSITION METAL CATALYSED CARBONYLATION REACTIONS
Carbonylative Ring Expansion Reactions
Carbonylation of Allenes
Carbonylation of Oxiranes
Homogeneous Carbonylation Reactions in the Synthesis of Compounds of Pharmaceutical Importance
The Synthesis of O-, N- and S-containing Heterocycles in Homogeneous Carbonylation Reactions
Pd-assisted Synthesis of Heterocycles via Carbonylation Reactions