During the last years, the role of titanium and zirconium in organic synthesis has dramatically increased and nowadays, no synthetic chemist can afford to be without a sound knowledge of this fascinating organometal chemistry. This unique book, edited by Ilan Marek, thus summarizes the numerous applications and developments of these two group 4 early transition metal complexes. A plethora of internationally renowned experts and leading scientists in this field cover all the significant aspects of this increasingly important part of organic chemistry and bring the reader up to date. A particularly attractive and useful feature is the inclusion of typical experimental procedures, chosen for broad utility and application. This comprehensive demonstrates the diversity and the applications of these important compounds and is a must-have for all chemists working in organometallic or synthetic organic chemistry.
Table of Contents
Foreword.Preface.List of Contributors.Synthesis and Reactivity of Zirconocene Derivatives (E. Negishi & S. Huo). Zirconacyclopentadienes in Organic Synthesis (T. Takahashi & Y. Li). Elaboration of Organozirconium Species by Insertion of Carbenoids (S. Dixon & R. J. Whitby). Hydrozirconation and Further Transmetalation Reactions (B. H. Lipshutz, S. S. Pfeiffer, K. Noson & T. Tomioka). Acylzirconocenes in Organic Synthesis (Y. Hanzawa). Chiral Zirconium Catalysts for Enantioselective Synthesis (A. H. Hoveyda). gem Metallozirconocenes in Organic Synthesis (V. M. Dembitsky & M. Srebnik). Cationic Zirconocene Species in Organic Synthesis (K. Suzuki, L. Hintermann & S. Yamanoi). Titanium (II) Alkoxides in Organic Synthesis (F. Sato & H. Urabe). Organometallic Chemistry of Titanocene and Zirconocene Complexes with Bis(trimethylsilyl)acetylene as the Basis for Applications in Organic Synthesis (U. Rosenthal & V. V. Burlakov). Titanium Mediated Synthesis of Cyclopropanols and Cyclopropylamines (A. de Meijere, S. I. Kozhushkov & A. I. Savchenko). Titanocene Catalyzed Epoxide Opening (A. Gansauer & B. Rinker). Synthesis and Reactivity of Allyltitanium Derivatives (J. Szymoniak & C. Moise). Titanium based Olefin Metathesis and Related Reactions (T. Takeda).Index.
Release date NZ
June 27th, 2002
Edited by Professor Ilan Marek
Introduction by Victor Snieckus
Country of Publication
Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
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