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C-H and C-X Bond Functionalization: Transition Metal Mediation Editor: Xavi Ribas

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This book contains 350 pages.
Print publication date: 05 Jun 2013
Copyright year: 2013
Print ISBN: 978-1-84973-570-4
PDF eISBN: 978-1-84973-716-6

About this book

Cross-coupling reactions involving C-H and C-X bond functionalisation are commonplace in natural product synthesis and natural products, therapeutic agents, biological probes, and advanced materials. Much attention has been given to understanding the mechanistic strategies used to achieve this, making this a hot topic in recent years. In this edited book, contributions from across the globe examine these strategies, with a particular focus on palladium and copper, as well as iron – an emerging element in this field. Reviewing the recent literature, the book presents an in-depth understanding of the field, guiding the reader to achieving the best synthetic strategies for aromatic functionalisation. Organic and Organometallic chemists, as well as natural product and pharmaceutical scientists, will find this an essential guide to a major transformation currently underway in synthetic chemistry.

From the book series:
Catalysis Series

Author information

Xavi Ribas is Professor Agregat of Inorganic Chemistry in the Chemistry Department of the Universitat de Girona since 2006. He graduated in Chemistry from the Universitat de Girona (1996) and in 2001 obtained PhD in Chemistry by the Universitat de Girona. His main research interests are bioinorganic Models of Cu and Fe No-Heme Oxygenases, molecular Oxygen Activation and C-H and C-C Bond Activation. Chemistry of Cu(III).