Catalysis in Heterocyclic and Organometallic Synthesis, 3rd Edition

A special issue of Catalysts (ISSN 2073-4344). This special issue belongs to the section "Catalysis in Organic and Polymer Chemistry".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 December 2024 | Viewed by 242

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Interests: heterocyclic chemistry; organometallic chemistry of transition metals; NMR spectroscopy; stereochemistry; reaction mechanism; molecular modeling; antiproliferative compounds; cross coupling reactions; organocatalysis
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Dear Colleagues,

Following the second successful Special Issue on this topic (available here), we are happy to announce a third edition titled “Catalysis in Heterocyclic and Organometallic Synthesis, 3rd Edition”.

In recent decades, diverse methods of catalysis, including transition metal catalysis, organocatalysis, their homogenous and heterogenous versions, as well as biocatalysis, have witnessed an extremely rapid development in a variety of chemical transformations utilized in the chemical, fuel, pharmaceutical and agricultural industries to afford a wide range of products having an impact on daily life. As a result of intensive research, a number of well-established concepts and tools are now available to obtain a deeper insight into the mechanisms of catalytic reactions allowing the development of more and more sophisticated fine-tunable catalytic systems and conditions capable of governing the elementary steps of a multistep transformation to proceed via a rationally designed pathway. Although in the chemistry of heterocyclic and organometallic compounds, representing two large and partly overlapping domains of chemical research, the most efficient, robust, and often environmentally benign synthetic strategies are based on catalysis, there is a constant need to develop further superior systems of higher catalytic activity and specificity and to elaborate the catalytic versions of extensively used stoichiometric organic syntheses with particular regards to asymmetric transformations. In addition to the elaboration and utilization of novel synthetic procedures, in the submitted papers, the structure–reactivity relationships and mechanism of catalytic transformations are also expected to be placed in particular focus, since for the development and design of novel catalytic systems, there is a constant need to obtain deeper insight into catalytic processes.

Prof. Dr. Antal Csampai
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Keywords

  • heterocyclic synthesis
  • synthesis of organometallics
  • metal catalysis
  • organocatalysis
  • biocatalysis
  • chemoselective transformations
  • asymmetric synthesis
  • catalytic annulation reactions
  • enantioselective syntheses
  • reaction mechanism

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