Ruthenium in Organic Synthesis by Shun-Ichi Murahashi
By Shun-Ichi Murahashi
During this entire e-book, one of many top specialists, Shun-Ichi Murahashi, offers all of the vital features of contemporary man made chemistry utilizing Ruthenium, starting from hydrogenation to metathesis. In 14 contributions, written by way of a global authorship, readers will locate the entire details they wish approximately this attention-grabbing and awesome chemistry. the result's a top quality details resource and a crucial interpreting for everybody operating in organometallic chemistry.
From the contents:
- Introduction (S.-I. Murahashi)
- Hydrogenation and move Hydrogenation (M. Kitamura and R. Noyori)
- Oxidations (S.-I. Murahashi and N. Komiya)
- Carbon-Carbon Bond Formations through Ruthenacycle Intermediates (K. Itoh)
- Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation through pi-Allylruthenium Intermediates (T. Mitsudo)
- Olefin Metathesis (R. H. Grubbs)
- Cyclopropanation (H. Nishiyama) Nucleophilic Addition to Alkynes and Reactions through Vinylidene Intermediates (P. Dixneuf)
- Reactions through C-H Activation (N. Chatani)
- Lewis Acid Reactions (E. P. Kundig)
- Reactions with CO and CO2 (T. Mitsudo)
- Isomerization of natural Substrates Catalyzed through Ruthenium Complexes (H. Suzuki)
- Radical Reactions (H. Nagashima)
- Bond Cleavage Reactions (S. Komiya)
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