Special Issue "Catalytic Carbonylation Reactions"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 October 2021) | Viewed by 28778
Interests: innovative syntheses of high-value molecules through catalytic process; new syntheses of heterocyclic compounds of pharmaceutical interest; carbonylation catalyzed chemistry; application of unconventional solvents in advanced organic synthesis; synthesis of novel materials for advanced applications
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Catalytic carbonylation reactions are the most important processes for the direct introduction of the carbonyl group into an organic substrate, and are of primary importance in both industry and academia. Thanks to the development of novel and more efficient and selective catalytic systems during the last decades, carbonylation reactions have allowed researchers to synthesize a plethora of functionalized molecules (heterocycles, in particular) under mild reaction conditions and with high chemo-, regio-, and stereoselectivity.
This Special Issue scope is devoted to the latest advancements in this exciting area of synthetic Chemistry. Both original research papers and reviews are welcomed. The scope is broad and may include the elaboration of novel and more performing catalysts, including heterogenous catalysts, as well as the development of new carbonylation processes in conventional and/or nonconventional solvents for the synthesis of products of industrial interest and of fine chemicals, including bioactive compounds.
Dr. Raffaella Mancuso
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- Catalyzed Organic Synthesis
- Heterogeneous Catalysis
- Homogeneous Catalysis
- Carbonylated Compounds