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Organorhenium Oxides

  • Wolfgang A. Herrmann

Abstract

The selective formation of carbon-carbon, carbon-hydrogen, carbon-oxygen, and carbon-nitrogen bonds at transition metal sites has long been one of the major topics in the field of applied chemistry, with the final goal exceeding the stage of stoichiometric reactions towards catalysis. In this context it is one of the organometallic chemist’s great challenges to construct compounds that serve as models for either homogeneous or heterogeneous catalysts. Olefin metathesis (Mo, W, Re), hydroformylation (Co, Rh), the MONSANTO acetic acid process (Rh), and the WACKER-HOECHST acetaldehyde synthesis (Pd) present well-known examples to demonstrate the importance of organometallic model systems for a better understanding of catalytic mechanisms. This is still true even when safe conclusions for heterogeneous processes cannot be drawn from stoichiometric reactions carried out at soluble (homogeneous) species.

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Title Compound Stoichiometric Reaction Germanium Dioxide Glycolate Complex Transition Metal Site 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wolfgang A. Herrmann
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  1. 1.Anorganisch-chemisches InstitutTechnischen Universität MünchenGarchingGermany

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