Special Issue "Hypervalent Iodine Chemistry"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 February 2017)
Dr. Arantxa Rodríguez
Department of Chemistry, University of Huddersfield, Queensgate, Huddersfield HD1 3DH, UK
Interests: hypervalent iodine chemistry; transition metal-catalysed reactions; synthetic methodology; drug development; computational chemistry
Hypervalent iodine chemistry has matured over several decades, with many transformations mediated by hypervalent iodine compounds now being commonplace in synthesis. In particular, the ability to use these species in place of expensive or toxic metal salts is appealing. They have been used as stoichiometric oxidants, as functional group transfer agents, and as sources of radicals and carbenes. Recent advances include the development of enantioselective processes with chiral hypervalent iodine compounds and the realisation of catalytic reactions with in situ generated hypervalent iodine species.
This Special Issue will focus on the latest developments in hypervalent iodine chemistry in all areas of synthesis.
Dr. Wesley Moran
Dr. Arantxa Rodríguez
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- radical reactions
- transition metal-catalyzed reactions
- computational studies
- C-C bond formation