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Metal carbenes in organic synthesis / Florencio Zaragoza Dörwald

Zaragoza Dörwald, Florencio.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Weinheim : John Wiley & Sons, 1999Description: XXV, 283 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 3-527-29625-5.Subject(s): Síntesis orgánica | Carbenos
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There are hardly more versatile compounds in organic synthesis than metal carbene complexes. The rapid development of new synthetic methods involving carbene complexes - stereoselective cyclopropanation, carbonyl olefination, olefin metathesis, etc. - reveals the value and high potential of these compounds. Their application in stochiometric reactions or as highly efficient catalysts comparable to enzymes ranges from the synthesis of fine chemicals to special polymer production. This comprehensive, well structured handbook presents the fundamental principles and the recent advances in carbene complex chemistry. Arranged according to structure and reactivity, all relevant classes of carbene complexes, their generation, and application in organic synthesis are discussed in detail. A rich source of critically selected, up-to-date references and valuable experimental procedures awaits the reader. Every chemist searching for a concise introduction and reference work for carbene compex chemistry will welcome this practical guide. With a foreword by Professor R. H. Grubbs (Pasadena)! DE INTERES PARA: Organic Chemists, Chemists Working with/on Organometallics. CONTENIDO: 1. Introduction: The History of Metal Carbenoids; 2. Acceptor-Substituted Carbenoids: 2.1. Generation/ 2.2 Synthetic Applications of Acceptor-Substituted Carbenoids; 3 Methylene; Alkyl-, and Arylcarbene Complexes: 3.1 Generation/ 3.2 Synthetic Applications of Methylene, Alkyl-, and Arylcarbene Complexes; 4. Donor-Substituted Carbene Complexes: 4.1 Generation/ 4.2 Synthetic Applications of Donor-Substituted Carbene Complexes.

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