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Coordination and catalysis

by Gisela Henrici-OliveМЃ

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Published by Verlag Chemie in Weinheim, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coordination compounds.,
  • Catalysis.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    StatementG. Henrici-Olivé, S. Olivé.
    SeriesMonographs in modern chemistry ; v. 9
    ContributionsOlivé, S. 1922- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD474 .H46
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 310 p. :
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4628982M
    ISBN 103527256865
    LC Control Number77460277

    Cooperative catalysis involving the combination of non-covalent interactions and metal coordination has attracted an increasing attention as it can enable the development of unprecedented.   Coordination Chemistry Last updated; Save as PDF Page ID ; No headers. Coordination compounds are molecules that poses one or multiple metal centers that is bound to ligands (atoms, ions, or molecules that donate electrons to the metal). These complexes can be neutral or charged. When the complex is charged, it is stabilized by neighboring counter-ions.

    Coordination catalysis is a highly efficient alternative to more traditional acid catalysis in the oligomerization of α-olefins. The distinct advantage of transition metal-based catalysts is the structural homogeneity of the oligomers. Given the great diversity of the catalysts and option of varying the reaction conditions, a wide spectrum of. @article{osti_, title = {Heterogeneous catalysis}, author = {Bond, G C}, abstractNote = {This book surveys the field of heterogeneous catalysis, and by highlighting a number real industrial processes, shows how to think about the problems involved. Special attention is paid to the physical forms of catalysts used and to the types of reactor employed.

    The rate of this intramolecular base catalysis is about fold greater than of an intermolecular base catalyst like acetate. These examples come from a great book by Abeles, Frey and Jencks (Biochemistry, Jones and Bartlett Calcium in solution exists as a octahedrally coordinated complex with water occupying all the coordination sites.   This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the header. CHAPTER 22 Coordination Compounds in Catalysis and Biochemistry CH 3Mn(CO) 4THF has been identifi ed, so the conjecture that THF and DMF behave in a manner that is different from the other solvents is not without some justifi cation.


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can be used to prepare in a simple manner a number of coordination complexes of the transition metals, lanthanides and actinides in which the central metal has a high oxidation state.

; there is also a book by Razumovskii and Zaikov and useful recent reviews by Cited by: Coordination and catalysis of Zn 2+ in epoxy-based vitrimers A. Demongeot, S. Mougnier, S. Okada, C. Soulié-Ziakovic and F. Tournilhac, Polym. Chem.,7, Authors contributing to RSC publications (journal articles, books or book chapters) do not need to formally request permission to reproduce material contained in this article.

Secondary phosphine oxides present tautomeric equilibrium between the pentavalent oxide form (SPO) and the trivalent phosphinous acid (PA). This dichotomy is the origin of the rich coordination chemistry of this class of compounds. As the pentavalent oxide form usually predominates, SPOs are air-stable but a Catalysis Science & Technology HOT ArticlesAuthor: Albert Gallen, Antoni Riera, Xavier Verdaguer, Arnald Grabulosa.

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