The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds

This is the first volume in the series to concentrate on organo-lithium compounds - the sub series "The chemistry of the metal-carbon bond" (5 vol) treated organometallics in general.

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds

Author: Zvi Rappoport

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470021101

Page: 1400

View: 964

This is the first volume in the series to concentrate on organo-lithium compounds - the sub series "The chemistry of the metal-carbon bond" (5 vol) treated organometallics in general. It deals with theoretical/physical/computational apsects, as well as major spectroscopies, such as MS, NMR, IR/UV etc and both biological and industrial applications. The core of the volume is the synthetic chapters with lots of examples for modern synthetic approaches Written by key researchers in the field An invaluable reference source to organic chemists working in academia and industry Features important reagents in organic synthesis

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds

The fourth part considers the synthesis of organometallic compound derivatives from main group and transition metals. This book will prove useful to organic chemists and organic chemistry researchers.

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds

Author: B. J. Wakefield

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1483278700

Page: 348

View: 456

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds is a comprehensive review of the status of organolithium compound chemistry. This book is composed of four parts and nineteen chapters that particularly describe the reactions involving these compounds The first part highlights the constitution of organolithium compounds, specifically in the absence and presence of electron donors, as well as the configurational stability of these compounds. The second part deals with their preparation from organic halides and lithium metal involving metallation and metal-halogen exchange, while the third part focuses on their organic synthesis. The fourth part considers the synthesis of organometallic compound derivatives from main group and transition metals. This book will prove useful to organic chemists and organic chemistry researchers.

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds

All new titles will be published online and a growing list of older titles is added every year. It is the ultimate goal that all titles published in the Patai Series will be available in electronic format.

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds

Author: Zvi Rappoport

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470023228

Page: 768

View: 978

Patai Series: The Chemistry of Functional Groups A series of advanced treatises founded by Professor Saul Patai and under the general editorship of Professor Zvi Rappoport The Patai Series publishes comprehensive reviews on all aspects of specific functional groups. Each volume contains outstanding surveys on theoretical and computational aspects, NMR, MS, other spectroscopical methods and analytical chemistry, structural aspects, thermochemistry, photochemistry, synthetic approaches and strategies, synthetic uses and applications in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, biological, biochemical and environmental aspects. To date, over 100 volumes have been published in the series. Recently Published Titles * The chemistry of the Cyclopropyl Group (Volume 2) * The chemistry of the Hydrazo Azo and Azozy Groups (Volume 2, 2 parts) * The chemistry of Double-Bonded Functional Groups (Volume 3, 2 parts) * The chemistry of Organophosphorus Compounds (Volume 4) * The chemistry of Halides, Pseudo-Halides and Azides (Volume 2, 2 parts) * The chemistry of the Amino, Nitro and Nitroso Groups (2 volumes, 2 parts) * The chemistry of Dienes and Polyenes (2 volumes) * The chemistry of Organic Derivatives of Gold and Silver * The chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds (2 volumes, 4 parts) * The chemistry of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds (Volume 2, 2 parts) * The chemistry of Phenols (2 parts) * The chemistry of Organolithium Compounds (2 parts) * The chemistry of Cyclobutanes (2 parts) * Forthcoming Titles * The chemistry of Peroxides (Volume 2, 2 parts) * The chemistry of Organozinc Compounds * The chemistry of Anilines The Patai Series Online The Patai Series is available in electronic format on Wiley InterScience. All new titles will be published online and a growing list of older titles is added every year. It is the ultimate goal that all titles published in the Patai Series will be available in electronic format.

Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds and Acetylenes

A brief summary of the research is presented. Primary organolithium compounds react with diphenylacetylene to produce an addition-metalation product.

Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds and Acetylenes

Author: James E. Mulvaney

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 6

View: 828

A brief summary of the research is presented. Primary organolithium compounds react with diphenylacetylene to produce an addition-metalation product. Depending upon conditions tertiary organolithium compounds give addition-metalation or products of electron transfer. Using methylphenylacetylenes and organolithium compounds one obtains a trimetalated product, N, N, N, N-Tetramethylethylene diamine has a large accelerating effect on the rate of these reactions. Lithium metal, asinitiator, has been found to give unusual copolymer compositions with acrylophenones and styrenes. The significance of these results are discussed. (Author).

The Chemistry of Organozinc Compounds

The Patai Series publishes comprehensive reviews on all aspects of specific functional groups.

The Chemistry of Organozinc Compounds

Author: Zvi Rappoport

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470093382

Page: 1140

View: 213

The Patai Series publishes comprehensive reviews on all aspects of specific functional groups. Each volume contains outstanding surveys on theoretical and computational aspects, NMR, MS, other spectroscopic methods and analytical chemistry, structural aspects, thermochemistry, photochemistry, synthetic approaches and strategies, synthetic uses and applications in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, biological, biochemical and environmental aspects. To date, over 110 volumes have been published in the series. Recently Published Titles The chemistry of the Cyclopropyl Group (Volume 2) The chemistry of the Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups (Volume 2, 2 parts) The chemistry of Double-Bonded Functional Groups (Volume 3, 2 parts) The chemistry of Organophosphorus Compounds (Volume 4) The chemistry of Halides, Pseudo-Halides and Azides (Volume 2, 2 parts) The chemistry of the Amino, Nitro and Nitroso Groups (2 volumes, 2 parts) The chemistry of Dienes and Polyenes (2 volumes) The chemistry of Organic Derivatives of Gold and Silver The chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds (2 volumes, 4 parts) The chemistry of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds (Volume 2, 2 parts) The chemistry of Phenols (2 parts) The chemistry of Organolithium Compounds (2 volumes, 3 parts) The chemistry of Cyclobutanes (2 parts) The chemistry of Peroxides (Volume 2, 2 parts) The chemistry of Organozinc Compounds (2 parts) Forthcoming Titles The chemistry of Anilines The chemistry of Organomagnesium Compounds The Patai Series Online The Patai Series is available in electronic format on Wiley InterScience. All new titles will be published as online books and a growing list of older titles will be added every year. It is the ultimate goal that all titles published in the Patai Series will be available in electronic format. For more information see under Online Books on: www.interscience.wiley.com

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds 2 Volume Set

This is the first volume in the series to concentrate on organo-lithium compounds - the sub series "The chemistry of the metal-carbon bond" (5 vol) treated organometallics in general.

The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds  2 Volume Set

Author: Zvi Rappoport

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN:

Page: 1363

View: 518

This is the first volume in the series to concentrate on organo-lithium compounds - the sub series "The chemistry of the metal-carbon bond" (5 vol) treated organometallics in general. It deals with theoretical/physical/computational apsects, as well as major spectroscopies, such as MS, NMR, IR/UV etc and both biological and industrial applications. * The core of the volume is the synthetic chapters with lots of examples for modern synthetic approaches * Written by key researchers in the field * An invaluable reference source to organic chemists working in academia and industry * Features important reagents in organic synthesis

Applications of Organometallic Compounds

The book is intended to be an introduction to organometallic chemistry for research chemists in organic, natural product and pharmaceutical synthetic chemistry.

Applications of Organometallic Compounds

Author: Iwao Omae

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Page: 518

View: 990

Applications of Organometallic Compounds Iwao Omae Omae Research Laboratories, Japan Applications of Organometallic Compounds is a comprehensive and in-depth survey of all recent developments in organometallic chemistry. Chapter by chapter, the author discusses 20 of the most common elements used in organometallic chemistry. Each chapter describes the synthesis of the organometallic compounds of the element, their structure and their importance in organic transformations. Applications of Organometallic Compounds: * Combines a full background to the topic with comprehensive organic syntheses. * Contains a historical overview of organometallic chemistry. * Discusses the possible side reactions that are caused by impurities in each organometallic reagent. * Includes the basic coordination chemistry of organometallics. * Contains hundreds of reaction examples and extensive referencing. The book is intended to be an introduction to organometallic chemistry for research chemists in organic, natural product and pharmaceutical synthetic chemistry.

Stereochemical Aspects of Organolithium Compounds

The much-anticipated Volume 26 on stereochemical aspects of organolithium compounds includes chapters on the following topics: * Asymmetric Deprotonations Using Chiral Lithium Amide Bases * Self-Regeneration of Stereocenters (SRS) via ...

Stereochemical Aspects of Organolithium Compounds

Author: Robert E. Gawley

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 3906390632

Page: 305

View: 310

Topics in Stereochemistry, previously edited by "the father of stereochemistry" Ernest L. Eliel, is a longstanding, successful series covering the most important advances in the field. The much-anticipated Volume 26 on stereochemical aspects of organolithium compounds includes chapters on the following topics: * Asymmetric Deprotonations Using Chiral Lithium Amide Bases * Self-Regeneration of Stereocenters (SRS) via Stereolabile Axially Chiral Intermediates * Overview of Carbanion Dynamics and Electrophilic Substitutions in Chiral Organolithium Compounds * Oxiranyllithiums as Chiral Synthons for Asymmetric Synthesis * Test on the Configurational Stability/Lability of Organolithium Compounds * Mechanism and Stereochemical Features in Asymmetric Deprotonation Using RLi/(-)-Sparteine Bases * Dynamic Resolutions of Chiral Organolithiums Volume 26 of Topics in Stereochemistry marks the end of an era, while developing a bridge to the next generation. A new generation in publishing, parallel to a new generation in Stereochemistry mandated a new venue and modus operandi for Topics. Zurich, the home of Werner and Wislicenus, has a unique heritage in Stereochemistry. Fortunately, the Wiley family's publishing partnerships include Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta, a house with a reputation for superior quality in publishing. Indeed, within the pages of its namesake periodical, Helvetica Chimica Acta, one finds many of the seminal research works of stereochemistry's giants. As such, a transfer of editorial operations to Zurich and a collaboration bringing Topics as a series closer to periodical status provides a growth platform for the future.

Focus on Organometallic Chemistry Research

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal.

Focus on Organometallic Chemistry Research

Author: Marin A. Cato

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781594544958

Page: 201

View: 273

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal. They are prepared either by direct reaction of the metal with an organic compound or by replacement of a metal from another organometallic substance. Research in organometallic chemistry is also conducted in the areas of cluster synthesis, main-group derivatives in unusual oxidation states, organometallic polymers, unstable organometallic compounds and intermediates in matrices, structure determination of organometallic compounds in the solid state [X-ray diffraction] and gaseous states [electron diffraction], and mechanisms of reactions of transient silylenes and related species. In addition to the traditional metals and semimetals, elements such as selenium, lithium and magnesium are considered to form organometallic compounds, e.g. organomagnesium compounds MeMgI, iodo(methyl)magnesium and diethylmagnesium which are Grignard reagents an organo-lithium compound BuLi butyllithium. Organometallic compounds often find practical use as catalysts, the processing of petroleum products and the production of organic polymers.

Organometallic Compounds of Low Coordinate Si Ge Sn and Pb

Organometallic Compounds of Low-Coordinate Si, Ge, Sn and Pb is an essential guide to this emerging class of organometallic reagents for researchers and students in main group, organometallic, synthetic and silicon chemistry.

Organometallic Compounds of Low Coordinate Si  Ge  Sn and Pb

Author: Vladimir Ya. Lee

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119956269

Page: 448

View: 963

Until recently the low-coordinate compounds of the heavier elements of group 14 were known only as transient, unstable species which were difficult to isolate. However recent developments have led to the stabilisation of these compounds and today heavier group 14 element cations, radicals, anions, carbene analogues, alkene and alkyne analogues and aromatics have all been prepared as highly reactive, stable, fully characterizable and readily available organometallic reagents. Organometallic Compounds of Low-Coordinate Si, Ge, Sn and Pb describes the chemistry of this exciting new class of organometallics, with an emphasis on their major similarities and differences with the analogous species in organic chemistry. Topics covered include include the synthesis, structure, reactions and synthetic applications of : Si-, Ge-, Sn and Pb-centered cations, radicals and anions heavy analogues of carbenes: silylenes, germylenes, stannylenes and plumbylenes heavy analogues of alkenes: disilenes, digermenes, distannenes, diplumbenes heavy analogues of alkynes: disilynes, digermynes, distannynes, diplumbynes, and their valence isomers heteronuclear derivatives: silenes, germenes, stannenes, silagermenes, silastannenes, germastannenes heavy analogues of alkenes of the type: >E14=E13-, >E14=E15-, >E14=E16 [where E13, E14, E15 and E16 are elements of the groups 13, 14, 15 and 16] cyclic compounds (three-, four-, five-, and six-membered rings) heavy analogues of 1,3-dienes, allenes and other cumulenes heavy analogues of aromatic compounds; including a comparison between organometallic and organic aromaticity Organometallic Compounds of Low-Coordinate Si, Ge, Sn and Pb is an essential guide to this emerging class of organometallic reagents for researchers and students in main group, organometallic, synthetic and silicon chemistry

Principles of Organometallic Chemistry

In planning this book the authors have emphasized matters more of prin ciple than of detail, and have included in the first two chapters some general discussion of the properties and syntheses of organometallic compounds that is not to be ...

Principles of Organometallic Chemistry

Author: G. E. Coates

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401096813

Page: 258

View: 566

The second edition of Organometallic Compounds (1960) was used not only by specialists but also as an undergraduate textbook. The third edition, recently published in two volumes, is about three times the length of the second and contains considerably more factual material than is appropriate for a student textbook. Therefore we believe that a shorter treatment would be welcome. In planning this book the authors have emphasized matters more of prin ciple than of detail, and have included in the first two chapters some general discussion of the properties and syntheses of organometallic compounds that is not to be found in the larger work. Some aspects of the organic chemistry of arsenic, and of silicon with particular reference to silicone polymers, are also included. Most university teachers of chemistry are becoming seriously concerned about the relentless increase in the amount and complexity of the material that is squeezed into undergraduate chemistry courses. With this in mind the authors have tried to cut detail to a minimum, but readers will find that the relative amount presented varies considerably between the various topics discussed. In general the treatment is more extensive than usual only if either or both of these conditions are met: (1), the subject has significant bearing on other major branches of chemistry including im portant industrial processes; (2), the topic is commonly misunderstood or found to be confusing.

Lithium Chemistry

Supported by nearly two hundred illustrations, this book draws uponthe expertise of prominent researchers in the field, and treats thefull range of modern applications and techniques.

Lithium Chemistry

Author: Anne-Marie Sapse

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471549307

Page: 595

View: 221

An up-to-date, comprehensive guide to LITHIUM CHEMISTRY Although lithium has been the subject of numerous individualstudies, this intriguing element has rarely been examined from thebroad perspective many researchers require. Lithium Chemistry: ATheoretical and Experimental Overview fills this void by providingthe most thorough and up-to-date overview available of currenttheories and experimental data. Supported by nearly two hundred illustrations, this book draws uponthe expertise of prominent researchers in the field, and treats thefull range of modern applications and techniques. The result is aunique and invaluable guide to lithium studies for researchers andgraduate students working in the fields of organic, inorganic, andorgano-metallic chemistry. Lithium Chemistry: A Theoretical and Experimental Overview assumesa background in quantum chemistry and experimental physicalchemistry at the graduate level and includes coverage of thesemajor topics: * Bonding, structures, and energies in organolithium compounds * Theoretical studies of aggregates of lithium compounds * Comparison of lithium and hydrogen bonds * Lithium atom matrix reactions with small molecules * NMR of organolithium compounds * Aspects of the thermochemistry of lithium compounds * The structure of lithiated amines and lithiated ethers--fromcarbanions to carbenoids * Complexes of inorganic lithium salts * Structures of lithium salts of heteroatom compounds * Synthetic ionophores for lithium ions

Trends in Organometallic Chemistry Research

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal.

Trends in Organometallic Chemistry Research

Author: Marin A. Cato

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781594544941

Page: 214

View: 705

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal. They are prepared either by direct reaction of the metal with an organic compound or by replacement of a metal from another organometallic substance. Research in organometallic chemistry is also conducted in the areas of cluster synthesis, main-group derivatives in unusual oxidation states, organometallic polymers, unstable organometallic compounds and intermediates in matrices, structure determination of organometallic compounds in the solid state [X-ray diffraction] and gaseous states [electron diffraction], and mechanisms of reactions of transient silylenes and related species. . In addition to the traditional metals and semimetals, elements such as selenium, lithium and magnesium are considered to form organometallic compounds, e.g. organomagnesium compounds MeMgI, iodo(methyl)magnesium and diethylmagnesium which are Grignard reagents an organo-lithium compound BuLi butyllithium; Organometallic compounds often find practical use as catalysts, the processing of petroleum products and the production of organic polymers.

Lithium Compounds in Organic Synthesis

This unique book covers fundamentals of organolithium compounds and gives a comprehensive overview of the latest synthetic advances and developments in the field.

Lithium Compounds in Organic Synthesis

Author: Renzo Luisi

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 3527667539

Page: 576

View: 893

This unique book covers fundamentals of organolithium compounds and gives a comprehensive overview of the latest synthetic advances and developments in the field. Part I covers computational and spectroscopic aspects as well as structure-reactivity relationships of organolithiums, whereas Part II deals with new lithium-based synthetic methodologies as well as novel synthetic applications of functionalized lithium compounds. A useful resource for newcomers and active researchers involved in organic synthesis, whether working in academia or industry!

Organometallic Chemistry Research Perspectives

Organometallic compounds often find practical use as catalysts, the processing of petroleum products and the production of organic polymers. This book presents leading-edge new research in the field.

Organometallic Chemistry Research Perspectives

Author: Richard P. Irwin

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781600217807

Page: 309

View: 953

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal. They are prepared either by direct reaction of the metal with an organic compound or by replacement of a metal from another organometallic substance. Research in organometallic chemistry is also conducted in the areas of cluster synthesis, main-group derivatives in unusual oxidation states, organometallic polymers, unstable organometallic compounds and intermediates in matrices, structure determination of organometallic compounds in the solid state [X-ray diffraction] and gaseous states [electron diffraction], and mechanisms of reactions of transient silylenes and related species. In addition to the traditional metals and semimetals, elements such as selenium, lithium and magnesium are considered to form organometallic compounds, e.g. organomagnesium compounds MeMgI, iodo(methyl)magnesium and diethylmagnesium which are Grignard reagents an organo-lithium compound BuLi butyllithium. Organometallic compounds often find practical use as catalysts, the processing of petroleum products and the production of organic polymers. This book presents leading-edge new research in the field.

Organomagnesium Methods in Organic Chemistry

The book opens with a general overview of the constitution and reactivity of organomagnesium compounds, followed by information on handling them and on their detection and estimation.

Organomagnesium Methods in Organic Chemistry

Author: Basil J. Wakefield

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780080538174

Page: 249

View: 640

The book opens with a general overview of the constitution and reactivity of organomagnesium compounds, followed by information on handling them and on their detection and estimation. Throughout, practical aspects aswell as principles are emphasized. The chapters on the synthesis of organomagnesium compounds cover the preparation of special forms of metallic magnesium and the reaction of magnesium with substrates such as dienes, as well as the traditional preparation of Grignard reagents. Preparations by metallation and metal-halogen exchanges are also included, as are newer methods such as hydromagnesiation of alkenes and alkynes. Systematic coverage is provided on synthetically useful reactions of organomagnesium compounds. Of fundamental importance in organic synthesis are carbon-carbon bond forming reactions; additions to carbon-carbon, carbon-nitrogen, carbon-oxygen, and carbon-sulfur multiple bonds; and nucleophilic substitution at carbon. The formation of carbon-heteroatom bonds in organic compounds is described, where the heteroatom is hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, or halogen. Finally, the use of organomagnesium compounds in preparing other organometalloid and organometallic compounds is outlined. Representative experimental procedures are included throughout the book, and tables with references to well-described examples are provided. Presents a general overview of the constitution and reactivity of organomagnesium compounds Provides coverage on the detection and estimation of organomagnesium compounds Emphasizes practical aspects as well as principles Covers the preparation of special forms of metallic magnesium and the reaction of magnesium with substrates such as dienes Includes preparations by metallation and metal-halogen exchanges Reviews new preparation methods such as hydromagnesiation of alkenes and alkynes Outlines information on synthetically useful reactions of organomagnesium compounds Describes the formation of carbon-heteroatom bonds in organic compounds Addresses the use of organomagnesium compounds in preparing other organometalloid and organometallic compounds Includes representative procedures and tables with references to well-described examples

New Developments in Organometallic Chemistry Research

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal.

New Developments in Organometallic Chemistry Research

Author: Marin A. Cato

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781594548444

Page: 219

View: 700

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal. They are prepared either by direct reaction of the metal with an organic compound or by replacement of a metal from another organometallic substance. Research in organometallic chemistry is also conducted in the areas of cluster synthesis, main-group derivatives in unusual oxidation states, organometallic polymers, unstable organometallic compounds and intermediates in matrices, structure determination of organometallic compounds in the solid state [X-ray diffraction] and gaseous states [electron diffraction], and mechanisms of reactions of transient silylenes and related species. . In addition to the traditional metals and semimetals, elements such as selenium, lithium and magnesium are considered to form organometallic compounds, e.g. organomagnesium compounds MeMgI, iodo(methyl)magnesium and diethylmagnesium which are Grignard reagents an organo-lithium compound BuLi butyllithium; Organometallic compounds often find practical use as catalysts, the processing of petroleum products and the production of organic polymers.

Leading Edge Organometallic Chemistry Research

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal.

Leading Edge Organometallic Chemistry Research

Author: Marin A. Cato

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781594548536

Page: 225

View: 340

Organometallic chemistry is based on the reactions and use of a class of compounds (R-M) that contain a covalent bond between carbon and metal. They are prepared either by direct reaction of the metal with an organic compound or by replacement of a metal from another organometallic substance. Research in organometallic chemistry is also conducted in the areas of cluster synthesis, main-group derivatives in unusual oxidation states, organometallic polymers, unstable organometallic compounds and intermediates in matrices, structure determination of organometallic compounds in the solid state [X-ray diffraction] and gaseous states [electron diffraction], and mechanisms of reactions of transient silylenes and related species. . In addition to the traditional metals and semimetals, elements such as selenium, lithium and magnesium are considered to form organometallic compounds, e.g. organomagnesium compounds MeMgI, iodo(methyl)magnesium and diethylmagnesium which are Grignard reagents an organo-lithium compound BuLi butyllithium; Organometallic compounds often find practical use as catalysts, the processing of petroleum products and the production of organic polymers.