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Multimetallic Catalysts in Organic Synthesis

Multimetallic Catalysts in Organic Synthesis

Masakatsu Shibasaki (Editor), Yoshinori Yamamoto (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-60432-6

Mar 2006

310 pages



This first book to comprehensively cover this hot topic presents the information hitherto scattered throughout smaller reviews or single book chapters to provide an introduction to this rapidly expanding field.
In ten chapters, the international team of expert authors treats asymmetric syntheses, new transformations, and organometallic reactions using homo- and hetero-bimetallic catalysts. Written for advanced researchers, this very timely publication is of significant benefit to organic and organometallic chemists in both academia and industry.
Organic Synthesis with Bimetallic Systems
Zinc Polymetallic Asymmetric Catalysis
Alkali Metal Heterobimetallic Asymmetric Catalysis
Rare Earth Bimetallic Asymmetric Catalysis
Rare Earth-Alkali Metal Heterobimetallic Asymmetric Catalyses
Catalytic and Stoichiometric Transformations by Multimetallic Rare Earth Metal Complexes
Bimetallic Transition Metal Catalysts for Organic Oxidation
Bimetallic Oxidation Catalysts: Hydrogen Peroxide Generation and Its Use in Hydrocarbon Oxidation
Two approaches to multimetallic catalysis: combined use of metal complexes and multinuclear complex catalysts
Dirhodium Tetraphosphine Catalysts
Catalysis by homo- and heteronuclear polymetallic systems