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Aqueous Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis

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Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Debrecen, Hungary, August 29--September 1, 1994



Inhalt

Preface. NATO Advanced Research Workshop on aqueous organometallic chemistry and catalysis in Debrecen, Hungary; L.T. Horváth. The catalytic properties of water soluble phosphine complexes; M.T. Beck. Early work on catalysis by water soluble transition metal phosphine complexes; F. Joó. Summery of the round table discussion of the state of the art and future directions of aqueous organometallic chemistry and catalysis; L.T. Horváth, F. Joó. Transition metal catalyzed reactions of olefins in water: olefin metathesis and isomerization; R.H. Grubbs. Aqueous organometallic chemistry: effects of a reactive solvent; F. Joó, et al. Aqueous chemistry and catalytic activity of organometallic iridium complexes; J.S. Merola, et al. Organometallic radical chemistry in aqueous solution; D.R. Tyler. The use of 1,3,5-triaza-7-phosphaadamantane (PTA), a water-soluble, air stable ligand, in organometallic chemistry and catalysis; D.J. Darensbourg, et al. Recent developments in metal catalyzed biphasic reactions; V. Grushin, A. Alper. Counter phase transfer catalysis by water-soluble phosphine complexes; T. Okano. Metal-catalyzed hydrophosphination as a route to water-soluble phosphines; P.G. Pringle, et al. Aqueous media in the intramolecular Heck reaction; D.B. Grotjahn, X. Zhang. New efficient water-soluble catalysts for two-phase olefin hydroformylation; W.A. Herrmann, et al. Rhodium and Palladium water-soluble complexes in the carbonylation reactions. Improvements in the transfer between the organic and aqueous phases; F. Monteil, et al. New water soluble phosphines for organometallic chemistry and catalysis in the aqueous phase; B.E. Honson, et al. Hexaaquaruthenate(II) as a catalyst precursor in aqueous organometallic catalysis; A. C. Béyei. Ruthenium-catalyzedoxidation of chlorinated hydrocarbons in aqueous medium; M. Bressan. Hydrosoluble ligands for a new technology; E.G. Kuntz. Comparative study of biphase reduction of carbonyl compounds catalyzed by homogeneous and water soluble Ru catalysts; S. Šabata, et al. Three approaches to catalytic aqueous organometallic chemistry involving water soluble ligands, some modified cyclodextrins as ligands, and reactions in an aluminophosphate cavity; W.R. Jackson, et al. Models for supported aqueous-phase catalysis; I. Tóth, et al. Stoichiometric and exhaustive hydrolysis of N,N-dialkylcarbamates; D. Belli Dell'Amico, et al. Composite hydrogels of the polysaccharide/polyvalent metal type; T. Spychaj, et al. Organometallic catalysis in water and in a two-phase system; D. Sinou. Chiral sulfonated phosphines in enantioselective catalysis; J. Bakos. Asymmetric complex catalysis in micellar systems; G. Oehme, et al. Bioorganometallic chemistry: the reaction of a &eegr;5-pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)rhodium aqua complex with nucleobases, nucleosides, nucleotides, and oligonucleotides; R.H. Fish, et al. On nature's aqueous organometallic and radical chemistry with B12-derivatives; B. Kräutler. Catalytic hydrogenation of biological membranes: the effects on membrane physical state and functions; L. Vígh, F. Joó. Aqueous phospholipid dispersions as vectors for selective homogeneous catalysis; P.J. Quinn. Modification of biomembranes by catalytic hydrogenation; L. Nádasdi, et al. Subject index.

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Titel: Aqueous Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis
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EAN: 9789401103558
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Netherlands
Genre: Chemie
Veröffentlichung: 06.12.2012
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Anzahl Seiten: 317

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