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    Dual Catalysis in Organic Synthesis

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Dual Catalysis in Organic Synthesis

The field of dual catalysis has developed rapidly over the last decade, and these volumes define its impact on organic synthesis.

The most important, basic concepts of synergistic, dual catalytic cycles are introduced, providing newcomers to the field with reliable information on this new approach to facilitating the synthesis of organic molecules. Background information and reliable procedures for challenging transformations in synthesis are presented, applying the concept of cooperative dual catalysis as a means of increasing molecular complexity in the most efficient manner. The most useful, practical, and reliable methods for dual catalysis combining metal catalysts, organocatalysts, photocatalysts, and biocatalysts are presented.

Dual Catalysis in Organic SynthesisVolume 1
Is organized according to the catalyst type. This volume covers transformations catalyzed by metal/metal dual catalysis, namely with combinations of palladium, nickel, copper, zinc, iridium, gold, rhodium, and iron complexes. It also covers the rapidly evolving field of metal/photocatalyst dual catalysis, where nickel, palladium, and gold are the most prominently used transition-metal complexes.

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Dual Catalysis in Organic SynthesisVolume 2
Is organized according to the catalyst type. This volume covers metal/organocatalyst dual catalysis with highlights covering palladium, gold, and rhodium complexes. Combinations using organocatalysts or biocatalysts either with themselves or with each other, as well as their combination with transition-metal catalysts or photocatalysts are also included.

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Professor Gary Molander

Prof. Gary A. Molander Volume Editor University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA

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