Homogeneous Hydrogenation with Non-Precious Catalysts
1. Auflage Dezember 2019
X, 298 Seiten, Hardcover
318 Abbildungen (21 Farbabbildungen)
During the last years, this field has experienced an enormous attention. This book presents an comprehensive overview, including views from the industrial perspective and highlights also the "green chemistry" aspect.
Preis: 139,00 €
Preis inkl. MwSt, zzgl. Versand
A guide and comprehensive review of the most recent advances in homogeneous hydrogenation with non-precious catalysts
In recent years a great deal of research has been applied to homogeneous hydrogenation with non-precious catalysis. Homogeneous Hydrogenation with Non-Precious Catalysts offers a review of the latest developments and advances in the field. In addition, the book explores the transition metal catalysis and the concept of frustrated-lewis-pair (FLP) and enzymatic processes. The editor - a noted expert on the topic - discusses the various catalysts and puts the focus on the synthetic vantage point, highlighting the functional group transformation enabled by the respective catalyst.
Homogeneous Hydrogenation with Non-Precious Catalysts also presents the industrial view of the topic and includes an overview of the various catalysts by functional group transformations. This important book:
- Offers a comprehensive presentation of the newest development in this emerging field
- Highlights the transition metal catalysis, the frustrated-lewis-pair (FLP) concept, and enzymatic processes
- Provides an industrial perspective of the topic
- Includes an overview of the various catalysis by functional group transformations
Written for organic chemists, researchers in synthetic chemistry, and industry professionals, Homogeneous Hydrogenation with Non-Precious Catalysts offers a comprehensive and accessible guide to the most recent advances in the field.
Prelude - A Critical Assessment from an Industrial point of View
Iron-catalyzed homogeneous hydrogenation reactions
Homogeneous Nickel Catalyzed Hydrogenations
Homogeneous Hydrogenation with Copper Catalysts
Hydrogenation reactions using Group III to Group VII transition metals
Early Main Group Metal Catalyzed Hydrogenation
Frustrated Lewis Pair-catalyzed reductions using molecular hydrogen
Recent advances in selective biocatalytic (hydrogen transfer) reductions
Organocatalytic Transfer Hydrogenation