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Redox-Active Ligands

Concepts and Catalysis

Desage-El Murr, Marine (Editor)

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1. Edition March 2024
368 Pages, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34850-3
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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This unique book describes redox-active ligand design and the application of 3d and noble transition metal complexes, main group elements, lanthanides, and actinides in homogeneous catalysis and organic synthesis.

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I. INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTS
1. Anatomy of a Redox-Active Ligand
2. Mechanistic Studies on Catalytic Nitrene-Transfer Reactions Involving Redox-Active Ligands and Substrates
3. Redox-Active Ligands from a Computational Perspective

II. APPLICATIONS
4. Complexes of Stable N-Aryl Radicals and their Catalytic Applications
5. Redox-Active Ligands in Coordination Chemistry and Organic Synthesis
6. Metal Complexes with Redox-Active Ligands in H+/e-Transfer Transformations

III. CASE STUDIES
7. Redox-Active Guanidine Ligands
8. Coordination Chemistry with Lanthanides and Redox-Active Ligands
9. Actinide Complexes of Redox Non-Innocent Ligands

Marine Desage-El Murr is professor and group leader at the University of Strasbourg (France) since 2017. She obtained her Ph.D. in 2003 under the supervision of Dr. Charles Mioskowski at the Commissariat à l?Energie Atomique (CEA Saclay, France). She was then a post-doctoral research assistant at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK) working in the groups of Prof. Roger J. Griffin and Prof. Bernard T. Golding. In 2007, she joined the Institut Parisien de Chimie Moléculaire (IPCM) at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) in Paris as assistant professor. Her research interests are centered around bioinspired catalysis, ligand-based electron transfers, and redox catalysis.

M. Desage-El Murr, University of Strasbourg, France