Recent advances of dinuclear nickel- and palladium-complexes in homogeneous catalysis
The development of dinuclear transition metal catalysis has gained considerable momentum in recent years. The synergistic interaction between two metals enables the development of dinuclear metal catalysts with high efficiency, robustness and uniqueness. In this highlight, we take the transition metals Ni and Pd as examples, and provide a current perspective of synthetic methodology development catalyzed by dinuclear Ni- and Pd-complexes in the past several years. The new catalytic reactivities of dinuclear Ni- and Pd-complexes are discussed.
- This article is part of the themed collection: 2020 Emerging Investigators