Special Issue "Metal-Induced Molecule Activation and Coupling Reactions"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2021).
2. University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Interests: homogeneous catalysis; ethylene polymerization; organometallic chemistry; coordination chemistry; polymer science
Interests: computational chemistry; coordination chemistry; molecular catalysis; oxidation of hydrocarbons; activation of small molecules; reaction mechanism; chemical bond nature; cycloaddition; nitriles
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It is my pleasure to invite you to contribute a manuscript to an upcoming Special Issue of Molecules on “Metal-Induced Molecular Activation and Coupling Reactions”. This Special Issues wishes to explore the ever-expanding subject of molecular activation for creating active sites to conduct coupling reactions, in which any of the functional sites of the activated molecule may be further used to form new molecules. To speed up the reaction and reduce the formation of byproducts, chemists have employed metal as media, which is involved in the formation of organometallic intermediates that promote reaction as well as the formation and activity of catalytic species in homogeneous catalysis. The intention of this issue is to capture the state-of-the-art of metal-promoting coupling reactions, either as mechanistic studies or new reactions, in order to enhance development of new molecules as well as chemical applications in providing building blocks for materials science and chemical drugs. Besides the rapid development of nano and biochemical sciences, the importance and performance of the chemistry and its application still lie at the cutting edge when it comes to the development of new techniques—transforming cheaper substrates into fine chemicals, converting chemicals into functional molecules, and linking small molecules into materials. Your contributions would be highly appreciated in promoting understand of this chemistry and its applications in outlining the latest scientific progress in this area. Furthermore, Molecules is a premier journal which offers a perfect venue for the rapid publication of original and review articles on the topics of molecule transformation, new molecule synthesis, and their applications.
Dr. Wen-Hua Sun
Dr. Maxim L. Kuznetsov
Manuscript Submission Information
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- metal–carbon bonding
- coupling reaction
- organometallic compound
- homogeneous catalysis
- transformation of small molecules