Heterofunctionalization catalysis with organometallic complexes of calcium, strontium and barium
Barrett, A. G. M., Crimmin, M. R., Hill, M. S. and Procopiou, P. A., 2010. Heterofunctionalization catalysis with organometallic complexes of calcium, strontium and barium. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A - Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences, 466 (2116), pp. 927-963.
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Despite the routine employment of Grignard reagents and Hauser bases as stoichiometric carbanion reagents in organic and inorganic synthesis, a defined reaction chemistry encompassing the heavier elements of Group II (M=Ca, Sr and Ba) has, until recently, remained unreported. This article provides details of the recent progress in heavier Group II catalysed small molecule transformations mediated by well-defined heteroleptic and homoleptic complexes of the form LMX or MX2; where L is a mono-anionic ligand and X is a reactive s-bonded substituent. The intra-and intermolecular heterofunctionalization (hydroamination, hydrophosphination, hydrosilylation and hydrogenation) of alkenes, alkynes, dienes, carbodiimides, isocyanates and ketones is discussed.
|Creators||Barrett, A. G. M., Crimmin, M. R., Hill, M. S. and Procopiou, P. A.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||calcium, acetylene, synthesis (chemical), barium compounds, calcium alloys, dyes, catalysis, organometallics, barium, olefins, hydrosilylation, strontium, ketones|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
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