Special Issue "Recent Synthetic Aspects on the Chemistry of Nitro, Nitroso and Amino Compounds"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 June 2016)
Prof. Dr. Alessandro Palmieri
Nitrogen-containing molecules are largely present in our daily life, being at very core of many substances acting as pharmeceuticals, fertilizers, explosives, proteins, etc. Among them, nitro, nitroso, and amino derivatives, thanks to their great chemical versatility, play a prominent role in synthesis and are largely investigated as precursors of highly functionalized materials, and as catalysts or ligands, respectively, in organo- and metal-catalyzed processes. Each class of these derivatives is featured by a different oxidation state of the nitrogen atom, which, in principle, would enable their interconversion through a redox process. The nitrogen atom can be easily inserted into organic molecules in its higher oxidation state as a nitro group from which nitroso or amino derivatives can be obtained by a reductive process. On the other hand, modern synthetic methods allow a direct introduction of the amino moiety through reductive or electrophilic amination.
With this Special Issue, we intend to highlight the latest important results concerning the chemistry of these key derivatives, discussing new emerging protocols for their preparation and their applications for new carbon-carbon (C–C) and carbon-heteroatom (C–X) bond formation.
Prof. Dr. Alessandro Palmieri
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- nitro compounds
- nitroso compounds
- carbon–carbon bond formation
- carbon–heteroatom bond formation