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The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds 3V

Wu, Xiao-Feng / Han, Buxing / Ding, Kuiling / Liu, Zhongmin (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage Februar 2022
1776 Seiten, Hardcover
600 Abbildungen (200 Farbabbildungen)

ISBN: 978-3-527-34895-4
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim


This three-volume reference book provides an in-depth overview of recent developments and significant progress in the field of C1 chemistry, covering all major C1 compounds e.g. methane, methanol, formic acid, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.

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Chemical transformations of methanol
Synthesis alkenes from CH3OH
Formaldehyde as C1 Synthon in Organic Synthesis
Organic transformations of HCO2H
The Multifunctional Materials for Heterogenous Carboxylation: from Fundamental Understanding into Industrial Applications
Recent hydrocarbonylation of unsaturated hydrocarbons with homogeneous catalyst
Carbonylation of C(sp2)-X bonds
Carbonylation of C(sp3)-X bonds utilizing CO
Carbonylative C-H bond activation
Recent Advances in Radical Carbonylation
Asymmetric carbonylation reactions
Carbonylative Synthesis of DPC (Diphenyl Carbonate)
Oxidative carbonyltaion of amines
Carbonylation of nitroarenes and related compounds
Zeolite-Catalyzed Carbonylation of Dimethyl Ether
Complex Natural Product Total Syntheses Facilitated by Palladium-Catalyzed Carbonylative Cyclizations
Metal-Catalyzed Alternating Polymerization Reactions with Carbon Monoxide
CO hydrogenation
Carboxylation with Carbon Dioxide as a C1 Source via Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions
Cyclization reactions with CO2
Reduction of CO2 to formic acid
Reduction of CO2 to CO and Their Applications
Hydrogenation of CO2 to Chemicals with Green Hydrogen
Methylation reactions with CO2
Using CO2 as -CH2- and -CH- sources
Catalytic asymmetric transformation of CO2
Polymerization reactions with CO2
Transition Metal Catalyzed C-CN Cross-Coupling
Recent advancement in transition-metal-catalyzed hydrocyanation of nonpolar unsaturated compounds
Organic transformations with MeNO2
Applications of DMF as a Reagent in Organic Synthesis
Advances in the synthesis of methylated products through direct approaches: a guide for selecting methylation reagents
Organic transformations with DCM, CCl4, CHCl3, and CHBr3 and other related reactions
Trifluoromethylation with CF3I and other related reagents
The applications of dimethyl sulfoxide as a one-carbon source in organic synthesis
Xiao-Feng Wu studied chemistry in Zhejiang Sci-Tech University (China), where he got his bachelors degree in science (2007). In the same year, he went to Rennes 1 University (France) and earned his masters degree in 2009. Then he joined Matthias Beller´s group in Leibniz-Institute for Catalysis (Germany), where he completes his PhD defense in January 2012. Subsequently he started his independent research at LIKAT and ZSTU where he was promoted to professor in 2013. In March 2017, Xiao-Feng defended his Habilitation successfully from Rennes 1 University (France). Xiao-Feng has authored >300 publications in international journals, meanwhile he is also the editor or author of >10 books.

Buxing Han is a professor at the Institute of Chemistry, CAS since 1993. He is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; he is a fellow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (TWAS); a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry; the chairman of the Green Chemistry Committee. Buxing Han has published >300 papers, >20 patents.

Kuiling Ding became an assistant professor at Zhengzhou University in 1990 and a full professor at the same university in 1995. During 1993-1994, he was engaged in a postdoctoral research with Professor Teruo Matsuura at Ryukoku University in Japan. In the period from 1997 to 1998, he was a UNESCO research fellow with Professor Koichi Mikami at Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan. He joined Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, CAS, in Dec of 1998 as a professor of chemistry and had been the director of the institute in the period of 2009-2019. He moved to Shanghai Jiaotong University as an executive vice president in 2018. His research interests include the development of new methodologies and novel catalysts for green & sustainable chemistry including asymmetric catalysis and CO2 transformation. He received National Natural Science Award of China in 2009, the 1st Yoshida Prize of International Organic Chemistry Foundation (IOCF) Japan in 2015, and Humboldt Research Award in 2016. He was elected a member of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013.

Zhongmin Liu received his PhD in Physical Chemistry from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) in 1990. Prof. Liu, together with partners and his colleagues, has successfully accomplished the industrial demonstration test of methanol to olefin technology (DMTO) in 2006. Based on DMTO, the world's first commercial coal to olefin plant was built in 2010, which was a milestone for C1 resource to chemicals. Prof. Liu and his team also developed an ethanol production process via carbonylation of DME and further hydrogenated, which leads to the world's first 10 KTA coal to ethanol plant in 2017 in Shaanxi, China. He published more than 300 papers, filed 300 patents and got many awards such as The National Technological Invention Awards First Prize on DMTO.