Published September 15, 2000
by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||677|
Biomimetic Oxidations Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes, pp. () No Access Bioinspired Oxidations Catalyzed by Ruthenium Complexes Shun-Ichi Murahashi. Since the classic work Metal-Catalyzed Oxidations of Organic Compounds (Editor R A Sheldon and J K Kochi, ), no book has been devoted to advances in the field of biomimetic oxidations, which was created nearly 18 years ago. This expanding research field is covered in this volume. All the different aspects of the modeling of oxidations catalyzed by metalloenzymes are dealt with. Summary: "This book is devoted to the field of biomimetic oxidations using transition metal complexes." "The volume is directed towards chemists (both in academic and industrial institutions) engaged in organic synthesis, coordination chemistry and chemical or enzymatic catalysis. Biomimetic Oxidations Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes, pp. () No Access Biomimetic Oxygenations Related to Cytochrome P Metal-Oxo and Metal-Peroxo Intermediates Jennifer L. McLain.
Therefore, biomimetic flavin -catalyzed oxidation with hydrogen peroxide has been discovered (ref. 1). Typically, the reaction of secondary amines with hydrogen peroxide in the presence of flavin catalysts such as flavinium perchlorate (2) gives nitrones (3) highly efficiently (eq 1). Quick Search in Books. Enter words / phrases / DOI / ISBN / keywords / authors / etc. Biomimetic Oxidations Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes, pp. () No Access. Biomimetic Oxidations Catalyzed by Transition Metal Complexes. Metrics. Downloaded 6 times. Oxidations of C–H Compounds Catalyzed by Metal Complexes. In book: Transition Metals for Organic Synthesis: Building Blocks and Fine Chemicals, Second Revised and Enlarged Edition, pp Metal-Catalyzed Oxidations of Organic Compounds: Mechanistic Principles and Synthetic focuses on the oxidative transformations of functional groups. This book explores oxidation as being extensively used in the laboratory synthesis of fine organic chemicals and .
The biomimetic approach depicted in Scheme 3 was previously successfully applied by our group using the Shvo catalyst III. 17 Related biomimetic oxidations through similar electron‐transfer chains have also been reported by our group using palladium 18 or osmium 19 as substrate‐selective redox catalysts. 20Cited by: 1. Layered Transition Metal Carboxylates: Efficient Reusable Heterogeneous Catalyst for Epoxidation of Olefins. Langmuir , 25 (23), DOI: /lax. Nandita M. Weliange, Endre Szuromi and Paul R. Sharp. Proton-Catalyzed Oxo−Alkene Coupling: 2-Platinaoxetane by: Mechanistic Insights into C–H Oxidations by Ruthenium(III)-Pterin Complexes: Impact of Basicity of the Pterin Ligand and Electron Acceptability of the Metal Center on the Transition States. Journal of the American Chemical Society , (30), DOI: /jacs.6bCited by: In view of the efficient epoxidation of cyclohexene and cis-cyclooctene with PhI(OAc) 2 catalyzed by manganese(III) porphyrins, the catalytic activity of Mn III (TPFPP)Cl (1a) toward oxidations of a variety of organic substrates were investigated in the presence of a small amount of H 2O at elevated temperature (50 °C).Cited by: