4 edition of Catalysis of organic reactions by supported inorganic reagents found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||James H. Clark.|
|LC Classifications||QD505 .C57 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||94002230|
Each reaction is presented in graphical form and classified according to the type of transformation involved. Other books covering the use of Palladium complexes as catalysts have been written, but the Handbook is the only to offer a synoptic view, showing the catalytic cycle of each reaction. Rhodium Catalysis in Organic Synthesis explores the most recent progress and new developments in the field of catalytic cyclization reactions using rhodium(I) complexes and catalytic carbon-hydrogen bond activation reactions using rhodium(II) and rhodium(III) complexes.
Written by one of the world?s leading reseachers in the field, Nickel Catalysis in Organic Synthesis presents a comprehensive review of the high potential of modern nickel catalysis and its application in synthesis. Structured in a clear and assessible manner, the book offers a collection of various reaction types, such as cross-coupling reactions, reactions for the activation of unreactive bonds, carbon . Name of Reagent. Conditions. Example of its Use. K 2 Cr 2 O 7 with conc. H 2 SO 4. Warm gently. Oxidising agent, used commonly for oxidising secondary alcohols to ketones. Excess conc. H 2 SO 4. Heat to C. Dehydrating agent, used to dehydrate alcohols to alkenes. Cl 2 (g) Ultra Violet light. Free radical reaction, used to convert alkanes.
Palladium Reagents and Catalysts Innovations in Organic Synthesis Jiro Tsuji Okayama University of Science, Okayama, Japan Palladium Reagents and Catalysts brings to synthetic organic chemists the many applications of organopalladium chemistry, highlighting the most recent discoveries in this rapidly expanding field. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of the development of many. For the second edition of Microreactors in Organic Chemistry and Catalysis all chapters have been revised and updated to reflect the latest developments in this rapidly developing field. This new edition has 60% more content, and it remains a comprehensive publication covering most aspects of the topic. The use of microreactors in homogeneous, heterogeneous as well as biphasic reactions is.
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DOI link for Catalysis of Organic Reactions. Catalysis of Organic Reactions book. Edited By John R. Kosak, Thomas A. Johnson. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 August Book Edition: 1st Edition.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: 1. Supported Reagents Characterization of Supported Reagents Reactions Catalyzed by Solid Acids Reactions Catalyzed by Solid Bases Oxidations Catalyzed by Supported Reagents Other Reactions Catalyzed by Supported Reagents.
Catalysis of organic reactions by supported inorganic reagents (Book, )  Get this from a library. Catalysis of organic reactions by supported inorganic reagents. The Catalysis of Organic Reactions. This collection contains 15 papers published in Organic Process Research & Developmentby researchers who attended the 26th meeting of the Organic Reactions Catalysis Society, a biannual meeting that was held in Miami, Florida in March of The use of reaction catalysts is vital for enabling a wide range of industrial organic processes, and we hope the articles included below advance the catalysis of organic transformations.
This volume documents developments in the study of catalysis relating to organic synthesis and its application in industrial processes. It surveys a wide range of homo- and heterogeneous catalysis for industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals.
It covers enantioselective hydrogenation, catalyzed hydrogens and oxidation, carbonylation, hydroaminomethylCited by: The book will help to disclose the opportunities for researchers and companies in developing new ′environmentally friendly′ chemical processes Table of Contents Supported Reagents.
Characterization of Supported Reagents. Reactions Catalyzed by Solid Acids. Reactions Catalyzed by Solid Bases. Provides a much-needed account of the formidable cobalt rush in organic synthesis and catalysis Over the past few decades, cobalt has turned into one of the most promising metals for use in catalytic reactions, with important applications in the efficient and selective synthesis of natural products, pharmaceuticals, and new materials.
Cobalt Catalysis in Organic Synthesis: Methods and. About this book. This comprehensive three-volume set is the standard reference in the field of organic synthesis, catalysis and biocatalysis.
Edited by a highly experienced and highly knowledgeable team with a tremendous amount of experience in this field and its applications, this edition retains the successful concept of past editions, while the contents are very much focused on new. The Role of Catalysis As noted above, the waste generated in the manufacture of organic compounds consists primarily of inorganic salts.
This is a direct consequence of the use of stoichiometric inorganic reagents in organic synthesis. In particular, fine chemi-cals and pharmaceuticals manufacture is rampant with antiquated ‘stoichio. The iron-catalyzed oxidative coupling of phenols has emerged as a powerful method for preparing complex phenolic frameworks from simple and readily available compounds.
This synopsis describes the selectivity challenges inherent in oxidative coupling reactions while at the same time presents our mechanistic-driven strategy employed to confront them.
Palladium Reagents and Catalysts: New Perspectives for the 21st Century is an essential reference source and companion for students, and both industrial and academic research chemists working in organic synthesis, particularly on synthesis of natural products and medicinal compounds.
The need to improve both the efficiency and environmental acceptability of industrial processes is driving the development of heterogeneous catalysts across the chemical industry, including commodity, specialty and fine chemicals and in pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals.
Drawing on international research, Supported Catalysts and their Applications discusses aspects of the design, synthesis and.
This book discusses aspects of the design, synthesis and application of solid supported reagents and catalysts, including supported reagents for multi-step organic synthesis; selectivity in oxidation catalysis; mesoporous molecular sieve catalysts; and the use of Zeolite Beta in organic reactions.
Microwave and reactions using supported reagents Microwave-assisted organic chemistry in pressurised reactors Microwave enhanced radiochemistry Microwave homogeneous catalysis in organic synthesis Microwave technology, wave-materials interactions and equipments About non-thermal effects of microwave Microwave and phase transfer catalysis.
This text offers authoritative contributions from nearly leaders in the field and new methods to enhance catalytic reactions. "Catalysis of Organic Reactions" covers approaches for designing, modifying, and altering catalysts for improved function, performance, and stability, procedures to reduce by-product formation, and cost-effective alternatives for the hydrogenation of organic.
Palladium catalyst supported on PEGylated imidazolium based phosphinite ionic liquid-modified magnetic silica core–shell nanoparticles: a worthy and highly water-dispersible catalyst for organic reactions in water. RSC Advances5 (87), DOI: /C5RAE. Catalysis (/ k ə ˈ t æ l ə s ɪ s /) is the process of increasing the rate of a chemical reaction by adding a substance known as a catalyst (/ ˈ k æ t əl ɪ s t /).Catalysts are not consumed in the catalyzed reaction but can act repeatedly.
Often only very small amounts of catalyst are required. The global demand for catalysts in was estimated at approximately US$ billion. Cobalt Catalysis in Organic Synthesis: Methods and Reactions provides a unique overview of cobalt-catalysed and -mediated reactions applied in modern organic synthesis.
It covers a broad range of homogeneous reactions, like cobalt-catalysed hydrogenation, hydrofunctionalization, cycloaddition reactions, C-H functionalization, as well as radical.
This volume compiles 63 peer-reviewed scientific papers documenting the latest developments in the application of homogeneous, heterogeneous, and immobilized homogenous catalysts used in organic synthesis. Catalysis of Organic Reactions consists of primary research articles accompanied by experimental sections that emphasize chemical processes with.
Chapter 3, the key chapter of the book, deals with the many applications of hypervalent iodine reagents in organic synthesis. Chapter 4 describes the most recent achievements in hypervalent iodine catalysis. Chapter 5 deals with recyclable polymer-supported and nonpolymeric hypervalent iodine reagents.
The features of this book which will be of special interest to academic organic chemists are the introduction (Chapter 1), which presents a short course on the concepts and language of heterogeneous catalysis, covers organic reaction mechanisms of hydrogenation (Chapter 2), hydrogenolysis (Chapter 4), and oxidation (Chapter 6), a presents.Selenium reagents as catalysts.
Fateh V. Singh * a and Thomas Wirth * b To conduct these reactions, a number of organic and inorganic oxidants were employed to regenerate different active catalytic species in situ. In this review article, recently developed selenium-catalysed reactions are covered including stereoselective reactions.This is the first book to describe the synthesis and characterization of the materials used in polymer-supported synthesis.
The authors cover not only the classical polymers and their use in homogeneous, heterogeneous and micellar catalysis, but also such new developments as "enzyme-labile linkers", illustrating how to simplify the purification process and avoid waste.