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Advanced in Palladium-Catalyzed Reactions
Submission Deadline: May 15, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Dr. Jacques Muzart, PhD
Institut de Chimie Moléculaire de Reims, UMR 7312, CNRS -, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, B.P. 1039, 51687 Reims Cedex 2, France
Research Interests: Catalyst; Organic Chemistry; Heterogeneous Catalysis; Synthesis; Organic Synthesis; Catalyst Characterization; Synthetic Organic Chemistry; Catalysis; Catalyst Synthesis; Kinetics
About This Topic
Palladium catalysis has emerged over the last half century as a versatile tool in organic chemistry, and is one of the keys to improve sustainable and economical utilization of resources of the planet. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to R. Heck, E. Negishi and A. Suzuki in 2010 recognized their extensive contribution to the creation of new procedures of cross-coupling reactions. For years, the field mainly concerned the formation of C–C bonds from activated substrates, via Pd0 and PdII intermediates. Important contributions from a number of teams have extended the topic to the formation of carbon–heteroatom and, with the development of chiral ligands, to the asymmetric synthesis. Another facet of the palladium catalysis concerns the oxidation procedures which finds its origin from studies of F. C. Phillips published in 1894 which led to the Wacker reaction. In fact, palladium is a multipurpose catalyst which may also implicate PdI, PdIII and PdIV intermediates, and can even react with sp3 C–H bonds. The determination of the reaction mechanisms has been greatly favored by the availability of the ESI-MS spectrometry.
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