Transition Metals in Organic Synthesis: A Practical Approach

Paperback | September 1, 1997

EditorSusan E. Gibson

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This volume is designed to disseminate practical expertise in this important but practically demanding area of chemistry to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Universities and to researchers working in the chemical industry. The Chapter authors have considerable practical experience inthe areas they cover and they are all intimately involved in the teaching of practical chemistry to University students. Topics include transition metal-promoted oxidations, palladium-catalysed carbon-carbon bond formation, ferrocene chemistry, applications of organoiron complexes in organicsynthesis, applications of titanocene and zirconocene complexes in organic synthesis and arene chromium tricarbonyl chemistry. A Chapter on Schlenk techniques for handling air-sensitive compounds is also included.

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This volume is designed to disseminate practical expertise in this important but practically demanding area of chemistry to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Universities and to researchers working in the chemical industry. The Chapter authors have considerable practical experience inthe areas they cover and they are all intim...

Susan E. Gibson is at Imperial College, London.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:250 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.59 inPublished:September 1, 1997Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198558457

ISBN - 13:9780198558453

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List of contributorsAbbreviations1. Transition metal-promoted oxidations2. Palladium catalysed carbon-carbon bond formation3. Organoiron chemistry 1: ferrocene and dienyl iron tricarbonyl cation chemistry4. Organoiron chemistry 2: iron acyl and -allyltricarbonyliron lactone chemistry5. Titanocene and zirconocene - complexes6. Arene chromium tricarbonyl chemistry7. General techniques for handling air-sensitive compoundsAppendix: Suppliers of chemicals, glassware and specialist itemsIndex