Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis
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Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis

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Karl Kirchner
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Invited Reviews: Facile Hydrogenation of Acenapthylenes and Azulenes on the Face of a Triruthenium Carbonyl Moiety: Discovery of Specific Reactions on the Cluster Framework Providing Unique Insight for Cluster Catalysis (H. Nagashima); Recent Chemistry Based on the [RuCp(CH3CN)3]//+// Cation: Reappraisal of an Old Precursor (C. Slugovc, E. Rüba, R. Schmid, K. Kirchner, K. Mereiter).- Organometallic Chemistry: Syntheses and Crystal Structures of Polynuclear Cu(I) Complexes Containing the 1,1 -Bis-(diphenylphosphino)-ferrocene Ligand (P. Pinto, M. J. Calhorda, V. Félix, T. Avilés, M. G. B. Drew); Synthesis, Characterization, and Fluxional Behaviour of Binuclear Palladium Complexes with a Half-A-Frame Structure (F. G-de la Torre, Y. Gutiérrez, F. A. Jalón, B. R. Manzano, A. Rodriguez); Palladium Chemistry Related to Benzyl Bromide Carbonylation: Mechanistic Studies (A. M. Trzeciak, J. J. Ziólkowski); Mechanism of the Nickel-Catalyzed Electrosynthesis of Ketones by Heterocoupling of Acyl and Benzyl Halides (C. Amatore, A. Jutand, J. Périchon, Y. Rollin); A Novel Infinite 1-D Chain of Silver(I) Bridged by trans-Azobenzene (T. Avilés, A. Dinis, M. G. B. Drew, V. Félix); Analysis of the Solid-State Rearrangement of Hydrido-Alkynyl Ruthenium Complexes to their Vinylidene Tautomers (E. Bustelo, I. de los Ríos, M. J. Tenorio, M. C. Puerta, P. Valerga); Oxidation of Alcohols by [Cp Rh(ppy)(OH)]//+// (U. Kölle, H. Fränzl).- Catalysis: Rhodium-Catalyzed Amination of Aromatic Olefins [1] (A. Tillack, H. Trauthwein, C. G. Hartung, M. Eichberger, S. Pitter, A. Jansen, M. Beller); Enantioselective Homogeneous Hydrogenation of Monosubstituted Pyridines and Furans (M. Studer, C. Wedemeyer-Exl, F. Spindler, H.-U. Blaser); Iridium(I)-Catalyzed Asymmetric Intermolecular Hydroarylation of Norbornene with Benzamide (R. Aufdenblatten, S. Diezi, A. Togni); Synthesis, Characterization, and Catalytic Activity of Rh(I) Complexes with (S)-BINAPO, an Axially Chiral Inducer Capable ofHemilabile P,O-heterobidentate Coordination (S. Gladiali, S. Medici, T. Kégl, L. Kollàr); Chiral Steroidal Phosphines: Synthesis and Platinum Complexes (R. Skoda-Földes, L. Bánffy, J. Horváth, Z. Tuba, L. Kollár); Enantioselektive Catalyses CXXXV [1]. Stereoselective Hydrogenation of Folic Acid and 2-Methylquinoxaline with Optically Active Rhodium(I)-Phosphane Complexes (H. Brunner, S. Rosenboem).
From the beginning of chemistry as an exact (natural) science - almost 200 years ago - there was a more or less distinct differentiation between its various branches such as organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, or biochemistry. With the increasing insight into the connections and governing laws it soon became obvious, however, that such a clear separation could be regarded as more or less obsolete; within almost any field of chemical research one has to deal with most of the branches mentioned. Especially organic and inorganic chemistry are significant examples for this statement, overlapping considerably within the important field of organome tallic chemistry. This regime of chemistry started its advance with the discovery of dimethylzinc 150 years ago, had a highlight with the introduction of Grignard reagents around 1900, developed further with the start of lithium organyls in 1925 and literally exploded after the discovery of the first transition metal cyclopenta dienyl complex ferrocene half a century ago. The chronological sequence of the important steps, i. e. 1850 (Zn) - 1900 (Mg) - 1925 (Li) - 1950 (Fe), seems rather remarkable. The increasing group of metallocenes is not only of high theoretical and, due to the potential chirality of its members, stereochemical interest, but offers also a wide variety of extremely useful catalysts, especially for stereoselective reactions. The Austrian Chemical Society took this development into account by organizing the Twelfth International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry held in Vienna in 1985.