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Heterocyclic Carbene Catalysis
Heterocyclic carbene catalysis is a powerful process that has experienced rapid development. In particular, N-heterocycle carbenes (NHC), which have been applied in wide areas of organic synthesis. Their use in catalysis for the formation of new bonds via umpolung or non-umpolung mechanisms has developed in the last decade, involving several intermediates and allowing a fairly wide use of this type of catalysis. Recent applications have been reported in total natural synthesis with stereo and regioselectivity. We believe that the use of these intermediates or ligands will increase.
This Topic aims to review new methods and recent developments for the synthesis of complexes with heterocyclic carbene ligands and their use for the synthesis of various molecules of interest.
Prof. Dr. Sabine Berteina-Raboin
Prof. Dr. Thierry Besson
Prof. Dr. Patrick Rollin
- natural products
- total synthesis
- heterocyclic carbenes
- coordination chemistry
- transition metal catalysis and organocatalysis
- heterocyclic chemistry
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