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Transition Metal Reagents and Catalysts, Innovations in Organic Synthesis By Jiro Tsuji

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Contents:
1. Abbreviations Pioneering Industrial Processes Using Homogeneous Transition Metal Catalysts 
2. Basic Chemistry of Transition Metal Complexes and Their Reaction Patterns
3. Reactions of Organic Halides and Pseudohalides 
4. Reactions of Allylic Compounds
5. Reactions of Conjugated
6. Reactions of Propargylic Compounds 
7. Reactions of Alkenes and Alkynes 
8. Synthetic Reactions via Transition Metal Carbene Complexes
9. Protection and Activation by Coordination 
10. Catalytic Hydrogenation, Transfer Hydrogenation and Hyrosilylation 
11. Reactions Promoted and Catalysed by Pd(ul) Compounds

Preface: Use of transition metal compounds or complexes as catalysts or reagents in organic synthesis is an exciting field of research, and numerous novel reactions which are impossible to achieve by conventional synthetic methods have already been discovered. They are extensively employed in a wide range of areas of preparative organic chemistry. Total syntheses of many complex molecules have been achieved efficiently in much shorter steps, which was unbelievable ten years ago. Applications of transition metal catalysts and reagents to organic synthesis are still being actively investigated, and these days we can hardly open an organic chemistry journal that does not contain examples of these reactions. Now the research on the application of transition metal complexes to organic synthesis is in its golden age. Without doubt, in the last decade, the introduction of transition metal catalysts and reagents has caused revolutionary change in organic synthesis.

Today, the knowledge of organotransition metal chemistry is indispensible for synthetic organic chemists. However, the organotransition metal chemistry is clearly different mechanistically from traditional organic chemistry. I undertook to write this book in order to give a birds-eye view of the broad field of organotransition metal chemistry applied to organic synthesis. I intended to give a better understanding of the present arts of this chemistry to many synthetic organic chemists, who are not very familiar with organotransition metal chemistry, but eagerly wish to apply transition metal-catalyzed reactions to their synthetic works. I have tried to accomplish the first by giving a simple mechanistic explanation in chapter 2. Then a number of important types of reactions classified mainly by representative substrates such as organic halides and allylic derivatives are surveyed with pertinent examples. For this purpose, I cited many references; these were selected from a much larger number which I have collected over the years. I wanted to make the book as comprehensive as possible by selecting those references which reported original ideas and new reactions, or evident synthetic utility. Synthetic utility is clearly biased towards catalytic rather than stoichiometric reactions. The overall task of selecting good examples to include was very difficult. It was done based on my own knowledge and understanding of the chemistry, and hence there must be many significant omissions. I apologize for the errors and incorrect citations which must inevitably be present in a book written by a single author.
In 1997, I wrote a book with a similar title in Japanese, and the present book is an expanded English edition. However, I replaced many old examples in the Japanese edition with new ones and added many more in order to make the book up-to-date.

wish to acknowledge valuable suggestions and corrections given by Professor H. Nozaki who read the whole manuscript. I also thank my wife Yoshiko for her help during the preparation of the manuscript.
Jiro Tsuji Kamakura, Japan

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Book Details:
⏩Author: Jiro Tsuji
⏩Language: English
⏩Pages:  458
⏩Size: 5.99 MB
⏩Format: pdf

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