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By Alois Fuerstner

ISBN-10: 3540642544

ISBN-13: 9783540642541

The large development in olefin metathesis completed over the last decade can not often be over priced. because of the improvement of a brand new iteration of good outlined and high-performance organometallic catalysts, this response is swiftly evolving into essentially the most flexible instruments for complex natural chemistry, common product synthesis, fantastic chemical creation and polymer sciences. Written through the various prime specialists during this box, this monograph intends to familiarize the reader with the main interesting advancements and frontiers during this flourishing box of chemistry examine.

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Richard R. Schrock Feast WJ, Gibson VC, Marshal EL (1992) J Chem Soc, Chem Commun 1157 Schrock RR, Lee J-K, O'Dell R, Oskam JH (1995) Macromolecules 28:5933 O'Dell R, McConville DH, Hofmeister GE, Schrock RR (1994) J Am Chem Soc 116:3414 Benedicto AD, Claverie JP, Grubbs RH (1995) Macromolecules 28:500 Albagli D, Bazan G, Schrock RR, Wrighton MS (1993) J Phys Chem 97:10211 Albagli D, Bazan GC, Schrock RR, Wrighton MS (1993) J Am Chem Soc 115:7328 Lee J-K, Schrock RR, Baigent DR, Friend RH (1995) Macromolecules 28:1966 Baigent DR, Friend RH, Lee JK, Schrock RR (1995) Synth Met 71:2171 Boyd TJ, Geerts Y, Lee J-K, Fogg DE, Lavoie GG, Schrock RR, Rubner MF (1997) Macromolecules 30:3553 Komiya Z, Schrock RR (1993) Macromolecules 26:1387 Komiya Z, Schrock RR (1993) Macromolecules 26:1393 Saunders RS, Cohen RE, Schrock RR (1994) Acta Polymerica 45:301 Ungerank M, Winkler B, Eder E, Stelzer F (1997) Macromol Chem Phys 198:1391 Pugh C, Dharia J, Arehart SV (1997) Macromolecules 30:4520 Pugh C, Kiste AL (1997) Prog Polym Sci 22:601 Winkler B, Rehab A, Ungerank M, Stelzer F (1997) Macromol Chem Physics 198:1417 Ng Cheong Chan Y, Craig GSW, Schrock RR, Cohen RE (1992) Chem Mater 4:885 Ng Cheong Chan Y, Schrock RR, Cohen RE (1992) Chem Mater 4:24 Ng Cheong Chan Y, Schrock RR, Cohen RE (1992) J Am Chem Soc 114:7295 Ng Cheong Chan Y, Schrock RR, Cohen RE (1993) Chem Mater 5:566 Fogg DE, Radzilowski LH, Blanski R, Schrock RR, Thomas EL (1997) Macromolecules 30:417 Sankaran V, Yue J, Cohen RE, Schrock RR, Silbey RJ (1993) Chem Mater 5:1133 Tassoni R, Schrock RR (1994) Chem Mater 6:744 Yue J, Sankaran V, Cohen RE, Schrock RR (1993) J Am Chem Soc 115:4409 Nomura K, Schrock RR (1996) Macromolecules 29:540 Coles MP, Gibson VC, Mazzariol L, North M, Teasdale WG, Williams Cm, Zamuner D (1994) J Chem Soc, Chem Commun 2505 Heroguez V, Gnanou Y, Fontanille M (1997) Macromolecules 30:4791 Feast WJ, Gibson VC, Johnson AF, Khosravi E, Mohsin MA (1997) J Mol Catal A 115:37 Feast WJ, Gibson VC, Ivin KJ, Kenwright AM, Khosravi E (1994) J Mol Catal 90:87 Feast WJ, Gibson VC, Ivin KJ, Kenwright AM, Khosravi E (1994) J Chem Soc, Chem Commun 2737 Feast WJ, Gibson VC, Ivin KJ, Kenwright AM, Khosravi E (1994) J Chem Soc, Chem Commun 1399 Dounis P, Feast WJ, Kenwright AM (1995) Polymer 36:2787 Hillmyer MA, Grubbs RH (1993) Macromolecules 26:872 Hillmyer MA, Grubbs RH (1995) Macromolecules 28:8662 Schitter RME, Steinhausler T, Stelzer F (1997) J Mol Catal A 115:11 Wu Z, Grubbs RH (1994) Macromolecules 27:6700 Wu Z, Grubbs RH (1994) J Mol Catal 90:39 Wu Z, Grubbs RH (1995) Macromolecules 28:3502 Perrott MG, Novak BM (1996) Macromolecules 29:1817 Perrott MG, Novak BM (1995) Macromolecules 28:3492 Couturier JL, Leconte M, Basset JM, Ollivier J (1993) J Organomet Chem 451:C7 Couturier JL, Tanaka K, Leconte M, Basset JM (1993) Phosphor Sulfur Silicon 74:383 Schneider MF, Blechert S (1996) Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 35:411 Schneider MF, Lucas N, Velder J, Blechert S (1997) Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 36:257 Couturier JL, Tanaka K, Leconte M, Basset JM, Ollivier J (1993) Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 32:112 Gorman CB, Ginsburg EJ, Grubbs RH (1993) J Am Chem Soc 115:1397 Craig GSW, Cohen RE, Schrock RR, Esser A, Schrof W (1995) Macromolecules 28:2512 Olefin Metathesis by Well-Defined Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten 35 172.

39 43 46 3 The Application Profile of the Standard Ruthenium-Based Metathesis Catalysts in Synthesis . . . . . . . . . . 5 Effects of Olefin Substitution . . . . . Functional Group Compatibility . . . . Ring Size . . . . . . . . . . . Sequential Transformations . . . . . . Metathesis Reactions in Solid Phase Synthesis . . . 46 51 51 58 59 4 Olefin Metathesis in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide . . . . . 59 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Representative examples of 5-, 6- and 7-membered rings formed by RCM using 1 as catalyst Product (Yield) Ref. Product (Yield) Ref. [49] [50] [24b] [51] [46] [52] [53] [54] [4c] [55] [56] [57] [24a] [58] lated constraints – is required to make such reactions effective although we are still far away from a clear picture. In the case of macrocyclic rings, the situation is better understood.

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