Advances in Metal Carbene Chemistry [E-Book] / edited by U. Schubert.
Schubert, U., (editor)
Dordrecht : Springer, 1989
XXIV, 408 p. online resource.
NATO ASI Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences ; 269
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Table of Contents:
  • Early Days of Transition-Metal Carbene Complexes
  • Carbyne to Carbene Conversion Reactions at Hetero-Nuclear Dimetal Centres
  • Stable, Terminal Methylene (=CH2) Complexes of Ruthenium, Osmium and Iridium
  • Metal-Mediated Cyclization of Alkynes and Carbenes: A New Route Toward Highly Substituted Cyclopentanoids
  • N, N?,N?, N?-Functionalised Electron-Rich Alkenes and Their Role in Transition-Metal Chemistry
  • Synthesis and Properties of Chlorotris(1,3 Dibenzylimidazolidin-2-Ylidene)Rhodium(I) and of Some Related Compounds
  • Synthesis of Cyclic and Acyclic Carbene Complexes Derived from Isocyanide Ligands in Complexes of Palladium(II) and Platinum(II)
  • Hydridocarbene Complexes of Platinum(II) Derived from Electrophilic Cleavage of C-F Bonds in Hydridotrifluoromethyl Compounds by Proton Acids
  • Potential Role of Metal-Carbene Complexes in the Development of Polymer-Supported Coordination Chemistry
  • Carbene Complexes Derived from the Activation of Isocyanides and Alkynes by Electron-Rich Metal Centres
  • Synthesis of Isonitrile Substituted Tungsten Carbyne Complexes and Their Reactions with Electrophiles
  • Metal Carbene Complexes from Alkynes
  • Carbene Ligands and Metal-Carbon-Sulfur Ring Compounds of Tungsten and Iron
  • Synthesis and Reactions of ?2-Carbene Complexes
  • Cyanocarbene Dinuclear Derivatives of Iron
  • Organometallic Synthons for Anionic Thiocarbene and ?-Deprotonated Thione Complexes
  • Opening of Oxirane and Oxetane Rings by the Conjugate Base of the Pentacarbonyl(Methoxy-Methyl)Chromium Complex in the Presence of BF3.Et2O
  • Formation of Metal-Carbon Double Bonds by R3SiX Elimination
  • Ligand Migrations to Coordinated Carbene
  • New (Butadiene)Zirconocene Carbene Complex Chemistry
  • Structure and Reactivity of the Tungsten Vinylcarbene Complexes [W(=CPh-CH=CRMe)Br2(CO)2L] (R = H,Me; L = 4-Picoline). Is the Vinyl Group Acting as a Pure ?-Donor Ligand?
  • Dioxophosphinomethylidene Molybdenum(VI)Complexes
  • Reactions of Benzylidene(Pentacarbonyl) Complexes
  • In-Situ Generation of the Benzylidene Complex [Cp(CO)2W=CH(Tol)]+ and Its Reactions with Alkynes
  • Carbene Complexes in Selective Organic Synthesis: Novel Applications of Carbene Annulation Reactions
  • Formation of C=C Double Bonds by Novel Insertion Reactions of Allenes, Heterocumulenes and Acid Amides Into M=C Bonds of Fischer Carbene Complexes
  • Photolytic Reactions of Chromium Carbene Complexes in the Synthesis of Optically Active, Biologically Active Compounds
  • 53Cr Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Pentacarbonylchromium Carbene Complexes
  • Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Highly Electrophilic Carbene Complexes of the Type C5H5(CO)(L)Fe=CHR+
  • The Carbene Complex Route To Donor-Acceptor-Substituted Cyclopropanes
  • Reaction between Pentacarbonylchromium or Tungsten Complexes of Carbenes and Terminal Phosphinidenes
  • Alkene-Carbene Complexes of Tungsten and Chromium: Their Reaction with Alkynes
  • Reactions of Acetylenes and Alkenes Induced by Catalysts of Olefin Metathesis
  • The Reactions of Mo(NtBu)(=CHtBu)(CH2But)2 with Alcohols: Competition between Molybdenum to Carbon Single and Double Bond Reactivities
  • The Metathesis Polymerization of Norbornene and Its Derivatives Initiated by Tungsten-Carbene Complexes: Relative Stability of the Intermediate Tungstenacyclobutane Complexes
  • The Preparation and Reactivity of Several Alkylidene Complexes of the Type W(CHR?)(N-2, 6-C6H3-iPr2)(OR)2 and Related Tungstacyclobutane Complexes: How the Choice of or Ligand Controls Structure and Metathesis Activity
  • On the Presence of Dichloro-W-Carbenes in Photo-Catalytic Olefin Metathesis Reactions
  • Studies on Stoichiometric and Catalytic Metathesis and other Reactions of Imines with Fischer Type Carbene Tungsten Complexes. Part XVI
  • Metathesis of Alkenes and Polymerisation of Alkynes with Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Schrock-Type Carbene Complexes. Part XVII
  • Easily Accessible Methylene Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten: Structure and Application in Organic Synthesis
  • Organometallic Reagents Prepared by the Reduction of Dihaloalkanes with Low Valent Titanium or Chromium
  • Carbene Synthons in Monothioacetal Reactions
  • The Determination of Electron Density Distributions in Organometallic Compounds — Recent Experimental Results.