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Sustainable Catalysis: Without Metals or Other Endangered Elements, Parts 1 and 2 Editor: Michael North


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Catalysis is a fundamentally sustainable process which can be used to produce a wide range of chemicals and their intermediates. Focussing on those catalytic processes which offer the most sustainability, this two-part book explores recent developments in this field, as well as examining future challenges. Focussing on catalysis without metals or other endangered elements, each chapter covers a different type of organocatalyst. Beginning with chapters on acid and base catalysis, the book then concentrates on asymmetric catalysis. Several chapters cover pyrrolidine-based and cinchona alkaloid-based catalysts, whilst other chapters examine further organoctalysts which are constructed only from sustainable elements. Together with “Sustainable Catalysis: With Non-endangered Metals”, these books examine the progress in sustainable catalysis in all areas of chemistry, and are an important reference for researchers working in catalysis and green chemistry.

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Green Chemistry Series

Book content

  • Introduction
  • Base Catalysis in Non-asymmetric Synthesis
  • Homogeneous Acid Catalysis in Non-asymmetric Synthesis
  • Heterogeneous Acid Catalysis in Non-asymmetric Synthesis
  • Proline as an Asymmetric Organocatalyst
  • Prolinamides as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Prolinols and their Carbon Ethers as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Prolinol Silyl Ethers as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Other 2-substituted Pyrrolidines as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Hydroxyproline Derivatives as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Other Substituted Pyrrolidines as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Other Amino Acids as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Peptides as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Non-quaternized Cinchona Alkaloid Derivatives as Asymmetric Organocatalysts for Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions
  • Non-quaternized Cinchona Alkaloid Derivatives as Asymmetric Organocatalysts for Carbon-Heteratom Bond Forming Reactions
  • Cinchona Alkaloid Derivatives as Asymmetric Phase Transfer Catalysts
  • Binaphthyl-Derived Cyclic Amines and their Salts as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Imidazolidinones as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Ureas and Thioureas as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • N-heterocyclic Carbenes as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Lewis-base Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Chiral Imidazoles and Pyridines as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Chiral Guanines as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Alcohols, Phenols and Carboxylic Acids as Asymmetric Organocatalysts
  • Index.

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Publication details

Print publication date: 16 Nov 2015
Copyright year: 2016
Print ISBN: 978-1-78262-057-0
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Author information

Michael North holds the Chair in Green Chemistry at the University of York. He is also Joint Chair of the CO2Chem, an EPSCR-supported Grand Challenge Network examining CO2 chemistry. His research interests are in green organic chemistry, especially sustainable catalysis and the utilization of sustainable feedstocks including CO2.