Applied Homogeneous Catalysis with Organometallic Compounds,

Content material:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–27): Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 2.1 Carbon Monoxide and Synthesis fuel Chemistry (pages 29–194): Carl D. Frohning, Christian W. Kohlpaintner and Hans?Willi Bohnen
Chapter 2.2 Hydrogenation (pages 195–212): Henri Brunner
Chapter 2.3 Reactions of Unsaturated Compounds (pages 213–385): Walter Kaminsky and Michael Arndt?Rosenau
Chapter 2.4 Oxidations (pages 386–467): Reinhard Jira
Chapter 2.5 Reactions with Hydrogen Cyanide (Hydrocyanation) (pages 468–490): Steffen Krill
Chapter 2.6 Hydrosilylation and comparable Reactions of Silicon Compounds (pages 491–512): Bogdan Marciniec
Chapter 2.7 response with Nitrogen Compounds: Hydroamination (pages 513–524): Rudolf Taube
Chapter 2.8 Reactions of Hydrocarbons and different Saturated Compounds (pages 525–556): Charles C. Hobbs, David A. Schiraldi, Wolfgang A. Herrmann and Marco Stoeckl
Chapter 2.9 uneven Syntheses (pages 557–585): Ryoji Noyori, Shohei Hashiguchi and Toru Yamano
Chapter 2.10 Ferrocene as a fuel and gas Additive (pages 586–590): Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 2.11 The Suzuki Cross?Coupling (pages 591–598): Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 3.1 improvement of equipment: part 3.1.1–3.1.2.2.4 (pages 599–740): Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 3.1 improvement of equipment: part 3.1.3–3.1.13.4 (pages 740–871): Boy Cornils and Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Chapter 3.2 designated Catalysts and methods: part 3.2.1–3.2.6.6 (pages 872–1033): Carsten Schultz, Harald Groger, Carlo Dinkel, Karlheinz Drauz and Herbert Waldmann
Chapter 3.2 precise Catalysts and strategies: part 3.2.7–3.2.14.7 (pages 1034–1130): Carsten Schultz, Harald Groger, Carlo Dinkel, Karlheinz Drauz and Herbert Waldmann
Chapter 3.3 exact items: 3.3.1–3.3.6.5 (pages 1131–1240): Hans?Ulrich Blaser, Benoit Pugin and Felix Spindler
Chapter 3.3 distinct items: 3.3.7–3.3.14.8 (pages 1241–1340): Hans?Ulrich Blaser, Benoit Pugin and Felix Spindler
Chapter 4.1 Homogeneous Catalysis ? Quo vadis? (pages 1341–1383): Wolfgang A. Herrmann and Boy Cornils

Show description

Read or Download Applied Homogeneous Catalysis with Organometallic Compounds, Second Edition PDF

Similar applied books

Applied and industrial mathematics in Italy: Proc. of the 7th Conference

Commercial arithmetic is evolving into a massive department of arithmetic. Mathematicians, in Italy particularly, have gotten more and more conscious of this new development and are engaged in bridging the distance among hugely really good mathematical study and the rising call for for innovation from undefined.

Applied Parallel Computing. New Paradigms for HPC in Industry and Academia: 5th International Workshop, PARA 2000 Bergen, Norway, June 18–20, 2000 Proceedings

The papers during this quantity have been provided at PARA 2000, the 5th overseas Workshop on utilized Parallel Computing. PARA 2000 was once held in Bergen, Norway, June 18-21, 2000. The workshop used to be geared up by way of Parallab and the dept of Informatics on the collage of Bergen. the final subject matter for PARA 2000 used to be New paradigms for HPC in and academia concentrating on: { High-performance computing functions in academia and undefined, { using Java in high-performance computing, { Grid and Meta computing, { instructions in high-performance computing and networking, { schooling in Computational technology.

Mathematical Modeling in Renal Physiology

With the supply of excessive velocity desktops and advances in computational options, the applying of mathematical modeling to organic structures is increasing. This accomplished and richly illustrated quantity offers up to date, wide-ranging fabric at the mathematical modeling of kidney body structure, together with medical information research and perform routines.

A posteriori error estimation techniques for finite element methods

A posteriori blunders estimation innovations are primary to the effective numerical answer of PDEs bobbing up in actual and technical functions. This e-book supplies a unified method of those innovations and courses graduate scholars, researchers, and practitioners in the direction of realizing, utilising and constructing self-adaptive discretization tools.

Additional info for Applied Homogeneous Catalysis with Organometallic Compounds, Second Edition

Sample text

Sharpless) E. G. Kuntz, 8. Cornils (1980): two-phase catalysis (hydroformylation), RUHRCHEMIE (1968): carbonylation of CH30H T. Alderson I DuPONT (1961): RhCI3catalyzed butadienelethylene coupling G. Wilke (1959): Ni-catalyzed trimerization of butadiene J. Smidt, W. Hafner, R. Jira I WACKER (1 958): Pd-catalyzed ethylene oxidation STANDARD OIL OF INDIANA (1957): olefin metathesis G. Natta (1955): isotactic polymerization of propene K. Ziegler (1953): catalytic low-pressure polymerization of ethylene 0.

The technology and the homogeneous catalyst may be adapted to a mutual target, whereas with heterogeneous catalysis the choice of the catalyst determines the reaction conditions to a large extent (and usually the technical solution, too) (cf. [33-371). An early example of the variability of highly sophisticated organometallic homogeneous catalysis is the synthesis of vitamin A, developed by Pommer et al. at BASF AG in the late 1950s [38a]; a plant producing 600 tons per year has been operational since 1971 [38b].

A. Henmann, Kontakte (Merck-Darmstadt) 1988, (I), 3; W. A. Henmann, ibid. 1991, (11, 22. [I31 A. , Vol. A18, VCH, Weinheim, 1991, p. 215; Paper presented on the occasion of Professor Keim’s 60th birthday, Aachen, November 1994. [ 141 B. Cornils, J. Falbe, 4th Int. Symp. Homogeneous Catalysis, Leningrad, 1984, Preprints, p. 487. [I51 W. A. Henmann, Hoechst High Chem (Frankfurt) 1992, 13, 19. [I61 W. Keim, Chem. Ing. Tech. 1984, 56, 850; A. Behr, W. Keim, Erdol, Erdgas, Kohle, 1987, 103, 126. [I71 W.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.72 of 5 – based on 42 votes