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Transition Metal Carbyne Complexes : NATO SCIENCE SERIES SERIES C: MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES - F.R. Kreissl

Transition Metal Carbyne Complexes

NATO SCIENCE SERIES SERIES C: MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES

By: F.R. Kreissl (Editor)

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This book presents an advanced state-of-the-art report on the Fischer and Schrock type carbyne complexes and demonstrates their wide application to organic and organometallic synthesis, as well as their considerable role in metathesis. Most of the articles are written by leading researchers in this field, describing their fascinating research in their own words. This carbyne book discusses in detail the breadth and diversity of metal-carbon multiple bond chemistry of different d and f-block elements. Besides theoretical, structural, photochemical and electrochemical studies, this volume provides a fascinating introduction to heterometallic carbon-bridged compounds to conjugated complexes and polymers derived from metal-carbyne building blocks. An extensive part of this book discusses aspects of olefin metathesis, metal-induced addition, cycloaddition and carbon-carbon coupling reactions by well-characterized carbene and carbyne complexes. (abstract) This book presents an advanced state-of-the-art report on the Fischer and Schrock type carbyne complexes, discussing specific aspects of the metal carbon multiple bond chemistry of different d and f-block elements, such as synthetic, theoretical, structural, photochemical and electrochemical studies. Special chapters focus on catalysis and olefin metathesis as well as metal induced addition, cycloaddition and carbon-carbon coupling reactions.

Preface
Foreword
List of Participants
Olefin Metathesis by Well-Characterized Re(VII) Alkylidene/Alkylidyne Complexesp. 1
Protonation Reactions of Alkylidyne(Carbaborane) Complexes of the Group 6 Metalsp. 23
Cyclometalated Aryloxy(Chloro)Neopentylidene-Tungsten Complexes. Syntheses from Neopentylidyne Complexes and Catalytic Properties in Olefin Metathesisp. 39
Reaction of Some Alkylidyne Complexes of Tungsten with Inorganic Oxides: A General Route Towards Active Supported W Based Metathesis Catalysts?p. 51
On the Route from Stoichiometric to Catalytic Reactions of Carbyne Complexes. Part XX (1)p. 55
Ylide Nickel Catalysis: Progress in Acetylene Polymerizationp. 67
Conjugated Complexes and Polymers Derived from Metal-Alkylidyne Building Blocksp. 71
Methylidyne Complexes: Structures, Spectra, and Bondingp. 75
Novel Cyclizations Involving Cationic Carbyne Complexesp. 79
New Addition and Cycloaddition Reactions of the Cationic Carbyne Complexes [Cp(CO)(L)M[actual symbol not reproducible]CR][superscript +] (M = Mn, Re; L = CO, PPh[subscript 3]; R = Me, Tolyl)p. 85
Alkynylcarbene Complexes of Transition Metals as Suitable Substrates for Stereoselective Cycloadditionsp. 97
Reaction of Alkynols with Alkynylalkoxycarbene Metal (Cr,W) Complexesp. 101
Chemistry and Electrochemistry of Alkyne- and Isocyanide-Derived Carbyne Complexes of Rhenium, Molybdenum or Tungstenp. 105
Photooxidation of Molybdenum and Tungsten Carbynesp. 123
The Determination of the Chemical Bonds in Some Metal-Carbyne Complexes by Structural Studiesp. 127
Planar Tetracoordionate Carbon-Experimental Determination of the Charge Density of Cp[subscript 2]Zr([mu]-[eta][superscript 1],[eta][superscript 2]-MeSiCCPh)([mu]-Cl)AlMe[subscript 2] (I) and Cp[subscript 2]Zr([mu]-[eta][superscript 1],[eta][superscript 2]-MeCCPh)([mu]-Cl)AlMe[subscript 2] (II)p. 131
Carbyne to Carbene Ligand Conversion in Dinuclear Complexesp. 137
Syntheses and Reactions of Heterodinuclear Alkoxycarbyne Complexesp. 149
Multicenter Ligand Transformations of Tetramethylthiourea on Ruthenium Clustersp. 151
Carbyne Complexes of Ruthenium and Osmiump. 155
Towards the Synthesis of Carbyne Complexes of Gold and Copper: New Carbene Complexesp. 169
Double and Triple Bonds to f-Elements: Structure and Chemistry of Actinide Complexes of Multielectron Pair Donor Ligandsp. 175
Metal Carbenes and Metal Carbynes as Precursors for a Rational Synthesis of Carbido and Hydrocarbon Bridged Complexesp. 189
Some Chemistry of Tp'(CO)[subscript 2]W[actual symbol not reproducible]C-H, A Simple Terminal Carbynep. 201
The Role of Nucleophiles and Electrophiles in Coupling Reactions of Alkylidyne Ligandsp. 219
Dicarbonyl([eta][superscript 5]-Cyclopentadienyl)Carbyne Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten as Building Blocksp. 231
Diversions En Route to Alkylidyne Complexes of Ironp. 239
Electron-Rich Tungsten Aminocarbyne Complexes with Cp* Ligands Synthesis and Protonation Reactionsp. 249
Indexp. 255
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ISBN: 9780792322122
ISBN-10: 0792322126
Series: NATO SCIENCE SERIES SERIES C: MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 268
Published: 31st March 1993
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 17.15  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.64