Iron-Catalysed Hydrofunctionalisation of Alkenes and Alkynes

Iron-Catalysed Hydrofunctionalisation of Alkenes and Alkynes
Springer | Chemistry | June 7, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319336622 | 306 pages | pdf | 21.05 mb

Authors: Greenhalgh, Mark
Nominated as an outstanding Ph.D.thesis by the University of Edinburgh
Provides a comprehensive review of the area with an extraordinary level of referencing
Details both the development of novel chemical reactions and investigation of reaction mechanism

This thesis gives a thorough account of the development of iron-catalysed hydrosilylation, hydroboration and hydromagnesiation reactions. With extraordinary referencing and scientific argument, Mark Greenhalgh describes the development of methodologies which require only commercially available materials and non-specialised techniques. The intention of this approach is to ensure the science can be adopted widely by the chemical community. In addition to an insight into the processes involved in methodology development, Greenhalgh discusses and determines the relevant reaction mechanisms. This thesis provides not only the most thorough review of the area, but offers a level of insight well beyond that expected from a Ph.D. student. The work in this thesis has been published at the highest level, and the results and ideas have led to 3 industry-funded Ph.D. studentships and grant income in excess of £1 million.

Number of Illustrations and Tables
127 b/w illustrations, 18 illustrations in colour
Organometallic Chemistry
Industrial Chemistry / Chemical Engineering

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