Special Issue "Organometallic Catalysis for Organic Synthesis"
A special issue of Catalysts (ISSN 2073-4344).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2017)
Transition metal catalysts are already an essential tool in modern organic synthesis. With transition metal catalysts, numerous challenge transformations have been realized. Concerning the reaction pathway, organometallic complexes are crucial. In this Special Issue, we plan to collect interesting transformations of carbonylation, cascade reaction, C–H activation, and so on.
Prof. Dr. Xiao-Feng Wu
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- transition metal catalyst
- C–H activation
- cascade reaction
- domino reaction
- heterocycle synthesis
- green chemistry