Catalytic Transformations via C—H Activationvergrößern
Catalytic Transformations via C—H Activation
Volume 1 concerns the formation of C—C bonds by both arene and hetarene C—H activation. For the arenes the material is subdivided into arylation [using palladium(0), palladium(II)/palladium(IV), palladium(II), and ruthenium(II) catalysts], vinylation [using various palladium and ruthenium(III) catalysts], and alkylation (using various metal catalysts in combination with either functionalized alkanes or alkenes). For the hetarenes, the related coupling strategies are covered as a single topic using a variety of metal catalysts and coupling partners.
Volume 2 concerns the formation of C—C bonds by C—H activation of non-(het)arene substrates as well as C—H activation using special reagents or techniques. The formation of C—heteroatom bonds by predominantly arene C—H activation is also reviewed. For C—C bond formation, the material is subdivided into allylic, alkyl, and double C—H activation techniques, coupling using carbenes or radicals, and carbonylation or carboxylation processes. For C—heteroatom bond formation, the material is subdivided into the formation of C—halogen bonds, C—N bonds (by palladium catalysis or nitrene insertion), C—O bonds (by biomimetic/organocatalytic or metal-catalyzed oxidation), and C—B bonds.
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