Special Issue "Copper-Catalyzed Synthesis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 September 2019
This Special Issue will cover the diversity of the reactions catalyzed by different copper-containing compounds under different conditions, in which the renaissance of the Ullmann-type chemistry must be clearly demonstrated. Cu(I) and Cu(II) salts, oxides, and complexes with various ligands can act as catalysts in these reactions. Also, Cu(0) can perform as a catalyst in the forms of powder, nanoparticles (CuNPs), and metal clusters. The catalysts can be homogeneous, heterogeneous, or heterogenized. Copper compounds or CuNPs can be immobilized on solid or soft supports. An important point is the development of copper-mediated photocatalytic reactions. The catalysis provided by the above-mentioned catalytic species will be demonstrated using a wide scope of processes: carbon–carbon and carbon–heteroatom coupling reactions, various unsaturated compounds, cyclization and annelation reactions, and oxidation and reduction processes.
Prof. Dr. Irina Petrovna Beletskaya
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- copper catalysis in cross coupling
- addition reactions
- oxidation and reduction
- carbo- and heterocyclization