Special Issue "Base Metal Catalysis and Green Synthesis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 June 2018)
Nowadays, sustainable development has been accepted as common knowledge by society. Under this background, the applications of cheap metal salts for use as catalysts in organic synthesis are becoming more and more important and attractive due to their advantages, such as they have low costs, are less-toxic, are biocompatible, environmental benign, etc. Taking all these parameters into consideration, this Special Issue will focus on the applications of base metals as catalysts in organic synthesis. All contributions on this topic are encouraged.
Prof. Dr. Xiao-Feng Wu
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- base metal
- organic synthesis
- green chemistry
- synthetic methodology