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The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds


The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds


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von: Xiao-Feng Wu, Buxing Han, Kuiling Ding, Zhongmin Liu

538,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-VCH
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 14.01.2022
ISBN/EAN: 9783527831876
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 1776

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<b>The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds</b> <p><b> A comprehensive exploration of one-carbon molecule transformations</b> <p>The chemistry of one-carbon molecules has recently gained significant prominence as the world transitions away from a petroleum-based economy to a more sustainable one. In <i>The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds</i>, an accomplished team of chemists delivers an in-depth overview of recent developments in the field of single-carbon chemistry. The three-volume book covers all major C1 sources, including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, methane, methanol, formic acid, formaldehyde, carbenes, C1 halides, and organometallics. <p>The editors have included resources discussing the main reactions and transformations into feedstock chemicals of each of the major C1 compounds reviewed in dedicated chapters. Readers will discover cutting-edge material on organic transformations with MeNO<sub>2</sub>, DMF, DCM, methyl organometallic reagents, CCl<sub>4</sub>, CHCl<sub>3</sub>, and CHBr<sub>3</sub>, as well as recent achievements in cyanation reactions via cross-coupling. <p>The book also offers: <ul><li>Thorough introductions to chemical transformations of CH<sub>4</sub>, methods of CH<sub>4</sub> activation, chemical transformations of CH<sub>3</sub>OH and synthesis alkenes from CH<sub>3</sub>OH</li> <li>Comprehensive explorations of the carbonylation of MeOH, CH<sub>2</sub>O in organic synthesis, organic transformations of HCO<sub>2</sub>H, and hydrogen generation from HCO<sub>2</sub>H</li> <li>Practical discussions of the carbonylation of unsaturated bonds with heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts, as well as the carbonylation of C(sp<sub>2</sub>)-X bonds and C(sp<sub>3</sub>)-X bonds</li> <li>In-depth examinations of carbonylative C-H bond activation and radical carbonylation</li></ul> <p>Perfect for organic and catalytic chemists, <i>The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds</i> is also an ideal resource for industrial chemists, chemical engineers, and practitioners at energy supply companies.
<p>Direct Conversions of Methane via Homogeneous Processes</p> <p>Chemical transformations of methanol</p> <p>Synthesis alkenes from CH3OH</p> <p>Formaldehyde as C1 Synthon in Organic Synthesis</p> <p>Organic transformations of HCO2H </p> <p>The Multifunctional Materials for Heterogenous Carboxylation: from Fundamental Understanding into Industrial Applications</p> <p>Recent hydrocarbonylation of unsaturated hydrocarbons with homogeneous catalyst</p> <p>Carbonylation of C(sp2)-X bonds</p> <p>Carbonylation of C(sp3)-X bonds utilizing CO</p> <p>Carbonylative C-H bond activation</p> <p>Recent Advances in Radical Carbonylation</p> <p>Asymmetric carbonylation reactions</p> <p>Carbonylative Synthesis of DPC (Diphenyl Carbonate)</p> <p>Oxidative carbonyltaion of amines</p> <p>Carbonylation of nitroarenes and related compounds</p> <p>Zeolite-Catalyzed Carbonylation of Dimethyl Ether</p> <p>Complex Natural Product Total Syntheses Facilitated by Palladium-Catalyzed Carbonylative Cyclizations</p> <p>Metal-Catalyzed Alternating Polymerization Reactions with Carbon Monoxide</p> <p>CO hydrogenation</p> <p>Carboxylation with Carbon Dioxide as a C1 Source via Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions</p> <p>Cyclization reactions with CO2    </p> <p>Reduction of CO2 to formic acid</p> <p>Reduction of CO2 to CO and Their Applications</p> <p>Hydrogenation of CO2 to Chemicals with Green Hydrogen</p> <p>Methylation reactions with CO2</p> <p>Using CO2 as -CH2- and -CH- sources</p> <p>Catalytic asymmetric transformation of CO2</p> <p>Polymerization reactions with CO2</p> <p>Transition Metal Catalyzed C-CN Cross-Coupling</p> <p>Recent advancement in transition-metal-catalyzed hydrocyanation of nonpolar unsaturated compounds</p> <p>Organic transformations with MeNO2</p> <p>Applications of DMF as a Reagent in Organic Synthesis </p> <p>Advances in the synthesis of methylated products through direct approaches: a guide for selecting methylation reagents</p> <p>Organic transformations with DCM, CCl4, CHCl3, and CHBr3 and other related reactions</p> <p>Trifluoromethylation with CF3I and other related reagents</p> <p>The applications of dimethyl sulfoxide as a one-carbon source in organic synthesis</p>
<p><b><i>Xiao-Feng Wu, PhD,</b> has published over 400 publications in international journals and is the editor or author of 10 books. He received his doctorate from the Leibniz Institute for Catalysis in Germany. </i></p> <p><b><i> Buxing Han, PhD,</b> is Professor and Academician at the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He has published more than 300 papers and authored over 20 patents. He received his doctorate from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1988. </i> <p><b><i> Kuiling Ding, PhD,</b> is Executive Vice President at Shanghai Jiaotong University. He received his doctorate in 1990 from Nanjing University and is a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. </i> <p><b><i>Zhongmin Liu, PhD,</b> is Director of the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics and the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology. He received his doctorate in Physical Chemistry from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics in 1990.</i>
<p><b> A comprehensive exploration of one-carbon molecule transformations</b></p> <p>The chemistry of one-carbon molecules has recently gained significant prominence as the world transitions away from a petroleum-based economy to a more sustainable one. In <i>The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds</i>, an accomplished team of chemists delivers an in-depth overview of recent developments in the field of single-carbon chemistry. The three-volume book covers all major C1 sources, including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, methane, methanol, formic acid, formaldehyde, carbenes, C1 halides, and organometallics. <p>The editors have included resources discussing the main reactions and transformations into feedstock chemicals of each of the major C1 compounds reviewed in dedicated chapters. Readers will discover cutting-edge material on organic transformations with MeNO<sub>2</sub>, DMF, DCM, methyl organometallic reagents, CCl<sub>4</sub>, CHCl<sub>3</sub>, and CHBr<sub>3</sub>, as well as recent achievements in cyanation reactions via cross-coupling. <p>The book also offers: <ul><li>Thorough introductions to chemical transformations of CH<sub>4</sub>, methods of CH<sub>4</sub> activation, chemical transformations of CH<sub>3</sub>OH and synthesis alkenes from CH<sub>3</sub>OH</li> <li>Comprehensive explorations of the carbonylation of MeOH, CH<sub>2</sub>O in organic synthesis, organic transformations of HCO<sub>2</sub>H, and hydrogen generation from HCO<sub>2</sub>H</li> <li>Practical discussions of the carbonylation of unsaturated bonds with heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysts, as well as the carbonylation of C(sp<sub>2</sub>)-X bonds and C(sp<sub>3</sub>)-X bonds</li> <li>In-depth examinations of carbonylative C-H bond activation and radical carbonylation</li></ul> <p>Perfect for organic and catalytic chemists, <i>The Chemical Transformations of C1 Compounds</i> is also an ideal resource for industrial chemists, chemical engineers, and practitioners at energy supply companies.

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