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Recoverable catalysts and reagents using recyclable polystyrene-based supports

Recoverable catalysts and reagents using recyclable polystyrene-based supports
Recoverable catalysts and reagents using recyclable polystyrene-based supports
Contents
1.0Introduction 1.1 Polystyrene Supports as Carriers for Reagents and Catalysts 1.2 Catalyst and Reagent Attachment to Polymer Supports 2.0C-C Bond Formation Using Recyclable Resin-Based Reagents and Catalysts 2.1 Palladium-Catalyzed Coupling Reactions 2.2 Other Transition Metal Catalyzed Reactions 2.3 Resin-Supported Olefin Metathesis 2.4 Resin-Mediated Cycloaddition Reactions 2.4.1 Diels-Alder Cycloadditions 2.4.2 Resin-Based Catalysts for 1,3-Dipolar Cycloadditions 2.5 Immobilized Chiral Ligands for Diethylzinc Additions to Aldehydes 2.6 Miscellaneous: Other C-C Bond Forming Reactions 3.0Immobilized Oxidants 3.1Oxidation with Immobilized Transition Metal Complexes 3.2 Alcohol Oxidation 3.3 Alkene Oxidation 3.3.1 Dihydroxylation 3.3.2 Epoxidation 3.3.3 Asymmetric Epoxidation 3.3.4 Other Alkene Oxidation Reactions 3.4 Potpourri: Other Immobilized Oxidants 4.0Immobilized Resin-Based Reductants 4.1 General Reduction Processes 4.2 Asymmetric Reduction of Ketones 4.3 Alkene Reduction 4.4 Resin-Based Tin and Germanium Reductants 5.0Conclusions 6.0Abbreviations 7.0Acknowledgments 8.0References
olefin metathesis catalysts, diels-alder reaction, palladium-phosphine complexes, cross-coupling reaction, chiral amino-alcohols, enantioselective addition, asymmetric epoxidation, oxidizing reagents, allylic substitution, reducing agent
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McNamara, Catherine A.
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Dixon, Mark J.
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Dixon, Mark J.
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McNamara, Catherine A., Dixon, Mark J. and Bradley, Mark (2002) Recoverable catalysts and reagents using recyclable polystyrene-based supports. Chemical Reviews, 102 (10), 3275-3300. (doi:10.1021/cr0103571).

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Contents
1.0Introduction 1.1 Polystyrene Supports as Carriers for Reagents and Catalysts 1.2 Catalyst and Reagent Attachment to Polymer Supports 2.0C-C Bond Formation Using Recyclable Resin-Based Reagents and Catalysts 2.1 Palladium-Catalyzed Coupling Reactions 2.2 Other Transition Metal Catalyzed Reactions 2.3 Resin-Supported Olefin Metathesis 2.4 Resin-Mediated Cycloaddition Reactions 2.4.1 Diels-Alder Cycloadditions 2.4.2 Resin-Based Catalysts for 1,3-Dipolar Cycloadditions 2.5 Immobilized Chiral Ligands for Diethylzinc Additions to Aldehydes 2.6 Miscellaneous: Other C-C Bond Forming Reactions 3.0Immobilized Oxidants 3.1Oxidation with Immobilized Transition Metal Complexes 3.2 Alcohol Oxidation 3.3 Alkene Oxidation 3.3.1 Dihydroxylation 3.3.2 Epoxidation 3.3.3 Asymmetric Epoxidation 3.3.4 Other Alkene Oxidation Reactions 3.4 Potpourri: Other Immobilized Oxidants 4.0Immobilized Resin-Based Reductants 4.1 General Reduction Processes 4.2 Asymmetric Reduction of Ketones 4.3 Alkene Reduction 4.4 Resin-Based Tin and Germanium Reductants 5.0Conclusions 6.0Abbreviations 7.0Acknowledgments 8.0References

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Published date: 2002
Keywords: olefin metathesis catalysts, diels-alder reaction, palladium-phosphine complexes, cross-coupling reaction, chiral amino-alcohols, enantioselective addition, asymmetric epoxidation, oxidizing reagents, allylic substitution, reducing agent

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Local EPrints ID: 19817
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/19817
ISSN: 0009-2665
PURE UUID: a30d174c-a4ad-45d0-961f-679229c32765

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Date deposited: 21 Feb 2006
Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 18:50

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Author: Catherine A. McNamara
Author: Mark J. Dixon
Author: Mark Bradley

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