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Issue 14, 2017
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β-Diketiminate complexes of the first row transition metals: applications in catalysis

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Abstract

Although β-diketiminate complexes have been widely explored in stoichiometric studies, their use as catalysts is largely underdeveloped. With growing interest in the catalytic activity of complexes of the first row transition metals, primarily due to the untapped potential of such metal centers, along with the growing global focus on sustainable chemistry with earth abundant metals, this Perspective focuses on the use of β-diketiminate complexes of the first row transition metals as catalysts for the synthesis of small organic molecules.

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Submitted
26 Jan 2017
Accepted
27 Feb 2017
First published
27 Feb 2017

This article is Open Access

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 4483-4498
Article type
Perspective

β-Diketiminate complexes of the first row transition metals: applications in catalysis

R. L. Webster, Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 4483
DOI: 10.1039/C7DT00319F

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