Special Issue "Synthesis and Structure of Heterocyclic and Organometallic Compounds"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2019
Prof. Dr. Antal Csámpai
Institute of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Pázmány Péter sétány 1/A, 1117 Budapest, Hungary
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Interests: Heterocyclic chemistry; Organometallic chemistry of transition metals; NMR spectroscopy; Stereochemistry; Molecular modelling; Antiproliferative compounds; Cross coupling reactions; Organocatalysis
As a result of the extremely wide range of structural diversity associated with versatile synthetic accessibility and reactivity, heterocyclic and organometallic compounds, as well as their hybrid combinations are of pronounced interest in many research areas, extending our basic knowledge in chemistry and providing an extremely wide scope of results that find application in everyday life. Heterocycles and organometallics are extensively used, for example, as pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, dyes, sensors and selectors, antioxidants, corrosion inhibitors, chiral pools, catalysts, and ligands. Emblematic bioactive natural products, for example, antibiotics (such as penicillin and cephalosporin) and alkaloids (such as vinblastine, morphine, reserpine, and so on), incorporate heterocyclic skeletons. Heterocyclic and organometallic chemistry can be regarded as partly overlapping large domains of chemical research, practically comprising not only a plethora of well-established synthetic methods, structure–reactivity correlations, and structural analyses supported by theoretical modelling studies, but an infinite range of intriguing, unrefined, and, consequently, underexplored approaches and methodologies associated with challenging unsolved synthetic and structural problems.
This Special Issue aims to collect original contributions or mini-reviews on the topics covering synthesis, application, structural elucidation, and theoretical modelling studies analyzing reactivity, with special attention to the catalytic activity of heterocyclic and organometallic compounds. There is no restriction on the length of the papers.
Prof. Antal Csámpai
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- Annulation reactions
- Synthesis of organometallics
- Selective functionalizations
- Chemical reactivity
- Structural elucidation
- Enantioselective syntheses
- Biological activity
- Theoretical modelling