Manual Main Group Metals in Organic Synthesis

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The Altmetric Attention Score is a quantitative measure of the attention that a research article has received online. Clicking on the donut icon will load a page at altmetric. Find more information on the Altmetric Attention Score and how the score is calculated. Since the discovery of the first stable N -heterocyclic carbene NHC in the beginning of the s, these divalent carbon species have become a common and available class of compounds, which have found numerous applications in academic and industrial research.

Their important role as two-electron donor ligands, especially in transition metal chemistry and catalysis, is difficult to overestimate.

Main group metals in organic synthesis

In the past decade, there has been tremendous research attention given to the chemistry of low-coordinate main group element compounds. This has allowed investigation of numerous novel types of compounds with unique electronic structures and opened new opportunities in the rational design of novel organic catalysts and materials.

This Review gives a general overview of this research, basic synthetic approaches, key features of NHC—main group element adducts, and might be useful for the broad research community. More by Vitaly Nesterov. More by Dominik Reiter.

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More by Prasenjit Bag. More by Philipp Frisch. More by Richard Holzner. More by Amelie Porzelt. More by Shigeyoshi Inoue. Cite this: Chem. Article Views Altmetric -. Citations Cited By. This article is cited by 31 publications. ACS Central Science , 5 9 , DOI: Journal of the American Chemical Society , 37 , Altmann, Philipp Frisch, Shigeyoshi Inoue.

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Koichiro Oshima. First published: 17 February About this book This is the first handbook to cover in detail all aspects of this fascinating field of chemistry. In this handy two-volume set, readers will instantly find the information they need, clearly structured according to the individual metals in the main groups, hitherto only accessible after much time-consuming research.

The result is in indispensable aid for everyday work in the lab. Alongside all the classical organic reactions, this book focuses on the modern variations as well as novel, current reactions in organic synthesis that are closely linked to main group elements - both stoechiometric and catalytic. With this work the two prizewinning editors have succeeded in producing a comprehensive compendium of the main group metals as reagents for organic reactions.

In short, this is a must for every organic chemist, whether as an efficient introduction to current research, for retaining an overview or for looking up detailed information. In this handy two-volume set, readers will instantly find the information they need, clearly structured according to the individual metals in the main groups, hitherto only accessible after much time-consuming research. The result is in indispensable aid for everyday work in the lab. Alongside all the classical organic reactions, this book focuses on the modern variations as well as novel, current reactions in organic synthesis that are closely linked to main group elements - both stoechiometric and catalytic.

With this work the two prizewinning editors have succeeded in producing a comprehensive compendium of the main group metals as reagents for organic reactions.