By J. A. McCleverty, T.J. Meyer
Complete Coordination Chemistry II (CCC II) is the sequel to what has turn into a vintage within the box, complete Coordination Chemistry, released in 1987. CCC II builds at the first and surveys new advancements authoritatively in over two hundred newly comissioned chapters, with an emphasis on present traits in biology, fabrics technological know-how and different components of latest medical curiosity.
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The use of appropriately substituted alkylidene ligands553,554 and functionalized termination agents555 have both been described. 574 Although the monoalkyl substituted monomer polymerizes in a regioirregular manner, the analogous dimethyl polymer is >98% head–tail (and >99% trans). 554 33 Metal Complexes as Catalysts for Polymerization Reactions Well-defined nanoclusters (%10–100 A˚ diameter) of several metals have been prepared via the polymerization of metal-containing monomers. The synthetic approach involves the block copolymerization of a metallated norbornene with a hydrocarbon co-monomer which is used to form an inert matrix.
625 However, the synthesis of biologically useful materials using these initiators is restricted by the prevalence of protic functionalities within naturally occurring macromolecules. For monomers bearing hydroxyl or carboxylic acid substituents, the ruthenium initiators detailed in the following section are more applicable. 4 Ruthenium Initiators The limited tolerance of functional groups exhibited by early transition metal catalysts arises from their high electropositivity, electrophilicity and oxophilicity.
513 However, functionalized monomers are generally incompatible with the highly electrophilic d 0 metal center. 07). The polymerization may be terminated in a Wittig-like reaction with PhCHO to afford metathesis-inactive W(NAr)(O)(OtBu)2 and a benzylidene chain terminus. 531,532 However, protic functionalities such as alcohols and acids are not tolerated, and aldehydes terminate the polymerization. Confirmation that the polymerizations proceed via metallacyclic intermediates was obtained by studying the ROMP of functionalized 7-oxanorbornadienes.
Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry II. Applications of Coordination Chemistry by J. A. McCleverty, T.J. Meyer