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Oxford Chemistry Primers

No. 10: Mechanisms of Reactions at Transition Metal Sites

  •  ISBN-10 0198557469

  •  ISBN-13 978-019855746-3

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publication info   R. Henderson, Oxford University Press, 1994, 96 pp., soft cover
mfr. no.   Oxford University Press

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Understanding the mechanisms of the reactions at transition metal sites is a key component in designing synthetic methods, developing industrial homogeneous catalysts, and investigating metalloenzymes. These mechanisms are therefore an essential part of undergraduate chemistry courses. This primer provides a broad-based, systematic guide to the fundamentals of transition-metal mechanistic chemistry, including substitution, electron transfer, and reations of ligands. It serves as an ideal text for undergraduate students with a foundation in basic inorganic chemistry but who are new to inorganic reaction mechanisms

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1. Introduction to inorganic reaction mechanisms
PART I: Substitution Reactions
2. Substitution mechanisms at transition metal
3. Substitution at four-coordinate sites
4. Substitution at sites with coordination number greater than four
5. Catalysed substitution
PART II: Electron Transfer Reactions
6. Electron transfer reactions
7. The oxidative-addition reaction
PAT III: Ligand-Based Reactions
8. Activation of ligands
9. The insertion reaction

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