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Dioxygen Activation by Organometallics of Early Transition Metals

  • Klaus H. Theopold
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Part of the Topics in Organometallic Chemistry book series (TOPORGAN, volume 22)

Abstract

Organometallic compounds of the early transition metals (i.e., groups 3–6) react readily with oxygen (O 2). The different reaction pathways governing these reactions are distinguished and relevant examples from the recent organometallic literature are described. Catalytic aerobic oxidations are rare for these metals. However, the investigations of individual reaction steps contribute to the fundamental knowledge of organometallic chemistry, and they are valuable for the design of catalytic oxidations.

Organometallics Dioxygen Early transition metals Oxygen atom transfer 

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Acknowledgments

I thank the graduate students, post-docs, and collaborators who have carried out some of the work described above; their names can be found in the references. Our research in organometallic chemistry has been funded by NSF (CHE-0132017), and our work on O2-activation is supported by DOE (DE-FG02-92ER14273).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Center for Catalytic Science and TechnologyUniversity of DelawareNewarkUSA

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