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Themed collection Coinage Metals

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Editorial

Coinage metals in organic synthesis

Guest editors Antonio M. Echavarren, Ning Jiao and Vladimir Gevorgyan introduce the Coinage Metals in Organic Synthesis issue of Chemical Society Reviews.

Graphical abstract: Coinage metals in organic synthesis
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
Review Article

Gold-catalysed reactions of diynes

The emerging field of gold-catalysed conversions of substrates containing two alkynes shows a spectacular range of new and unique reactivity patterns.

Graphical abstract: Gold-catalysed reactions of diynes
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
Review Article

Gold carbenes, gold-stabilized carbocations, and cationic intermediates relevant to gold-catalysed enyne cycloaddition

This review highlights recent advances made in the synthesis of cationic gold carbene complexes and in the direct detection of cationic intermediates generated via gold-catalysed enyne cycloaddition.

Graphical abstract: Gold carbenes, gold-stabilized carbocations, and cationic intermediates relevant to gold-catalysed enyne cycloaddition
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
Review Article

Ag-catalyzed C–H/C–C bond functionalization

In this review, we focus on the developments of Ag-catalyzed C–H/C–C bond functionalization and the corresponding mechanism.

Graphical abstract: Ag-catalyzed C–H/C–C bond functionalization
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Review Article

Recent advances in enantioselective gold catalysis

This review highlights advances in enantioselective gold catalysis over the past five years.

Graphical abstract: Recent advances in enantioselective gold catalysis
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
Open Access Review Article

Silver-catalyzed carboxylation

The recent studies of the silver-catalyzed carboxylation reactions using carbon dioxide are described.

Graphical abstract: Silver-catalyzed carboxylation
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
Open Access Review Article

Copper-catalyzed oxidative carbon–heteroatom bond formation: a recent update

This review updates recent advances in Cu-catalyzed (anaerobic) oxidative carbon–heteroatom bond formation on sp3- and sp2-C–H bonds as well as alkenes, classified according to the types of stoichiometric oxidants.

Graphical abstract: Copper-catalyzed oxidative carbon–heteroatom bond formation: a recent update
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
Open Access Review Article

Copper mediated carbometalation reactions

This tutorial review gives an overview on copper-mediated carbometalation reactions with a special emphasis on carbometalation of cyclopropenes.

Graphical abstract: Copper mediated carbometalation reactions
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Tutorial Review

Reactions of arynes promoted by silver ions

This tutorial review describes all known reactions of arynes promoted by silver-based reagents and catalysts focusing on reactivity and selectivity.

Graphical abstract: Reactions of arynes promoted by silver ions
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
Tutorial Review

Au-Catalysed oxidative cyclisation

This review discusses the two main strategies of oxidative gold catalysis and their applications in developing valuable synthetic transformations.

Graphical abstract: Au-Catalysed oxidative cyclisation
From the themed collection: Coinage Metals
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About this collection

Coinage metals comprise mundane, earth abundant copper to truly precious silver and gold. Whereas the organometallic chemistry of copper was one the first to make an impact in organic synthesis, by comparison, silver and gold are newcomers in the field, although in the case of gold there has been an outburst of activity in the last few years. Guest edited by Antonio Echavarren, Ning Jiao and Vladimir Gevorgyan, this themed issue will focus on the most recent applications of these three coinage metals as catalysts in organic synthesis and asymmetric catalysis. New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

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