Ruthenium in Catalysis by Pierre H. DixneufRuthenium in Catalysis by Pierre H. Dixneuf

Ruthenium in Catalysis

byPierre H. DixneufEditorChristian Bruneau

Hardcover | October 31, 2014

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The series Topics in Organometallic Chemistry presents critical overviews of research results in organometallic chemistry. As our understanding of organometallic structure, properties and mechanisms increases, new ways are opened for the design of organometallic compounds and reactions tailored to the needs of such diverse areas as organic synthesis, medical research, biology and materials science. Thus the scope of coverage includes a broad range of topics in pure and applied organometallic chemistry, where new breakthroughs are being achieved that are of significance to a larger scientific audience. The individual volumes of Topics in Organometallic Chemistry are thematic. Review articles are generally invited by the volume editors.
Title:Ruthenium in CatalysisFormat:HardcoverDimensions:401 pagesPublished:October 31, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:331908481X

ISBN - 13:9783319084817

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Table of Contents

Hydrogenation of polar bonds catalyzed by Ruthenium-Pincer complexes.- Ruthenium-catalyzed amide-bond formation.- Hydrogen generation from alcohols and formic acid, with ruthenium catalysts including pincer-type Ru complexes.- Alkene metathesis Ruthenium catalysis for Z- double bond formation.- Catalytic transformation of alkynes via vinylidene-ruthenium intermediates.- C-C bond formation on activation of alkenes and alkynes with (C5R5)Ru catalysts.- Ruthenium(II) catalysts for sp2 C-H bond activation and functionalization.- sp3 C-H bond activation with ruthenium catalysts.- Organometallic ruthenium nanoparticles and catalysis .- Visible-light-induced Redox Reactions by Ruthenium Photoredox Catalyst.