Activation and Functionalization of C-H Bonds

         ACS Symposium Series Volume 885

            Karen I. Goldberg and Alan S. Goldman, Editors

 

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Preface ........................................................................................................................  xi

 

 

1.  Organometallic C–H Bond Activation: An Introduction ....................................... 1      pdf

Alan S. Goldman and Karen I. Goldberg

 

            Oxidative Addition Reactions

 

2.  Carbon–Hydrogen Bond Activation by Iridium and Rhodium Complexes:

Catalytic Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange and Carbon-Carbon

Bond-Forming Reactions .....................................................................................  46      pdf

Steven R. Klei, Kian L. Tan, Jeffrey T. Golden, Cathleen M. Yung, Reema K. Thalji,

Kateri A. Ahrendt, Jonathan A. Ellman, T. Don Tilley, and Robert G. Bergman

 

3.  Alkane Complexes as Intermediates in C–H Bond Activation Reactions ............  56      pdf

William D. Jones, Andrew J. Vetter, Douglas D. Wick, and Todd O. Northcutt

 

4.  C–C versus C–H Bond Oxidative Addition in PCX (X=P,N,O) Ligand Systems:

 Facility, Mechanism and Control .......................................................................  70      pdf

Boris Rybtchinski and David Milstein

 

5.  Kinetic and Equilibrium Deuterium Isotope Effects for C–H Bond Reductive

Elimination and Oxidative Addition Reactions Involving the

Ansa–Tungstenocene Methyl–Hydride Complex [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]W(Me)H .......  86      pdf

Kevin E. Janak, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin

 

6.  Alkane C–H Bond Activation by O-Donor Ir Complexes ..................................  105      pdf

Gaurav Bhalla, Xiang Yang Liu, Antek Wong-Foy, C. J. Jones, and Roy A. Periana

 

7.  Lanthanide Complexes: Electronic Structure and H–H, C–H, and Si–H

Bond Activation from a DFT Perspective .........................................................  116      pdf

Lionel Perrin, Laurent Maron, and Odile Eisenstein

 

C–H Bond Activations in Organic Synthesis,

Alkane Dehydrogenation, and Related Chemistry

 

8.  Catalytic, Thermal, Regioselective Functionalization of Alkanes and Arenes

 with Borane Reagents .......................................................................................  136      pdf

John F. Hartwig

 

9.  C–H Bond Functionalization in Complex Organic Synthesis ............................  155      pdf

Dalibor Sames

 

10. Pincer and Chelate N-Heterocyclic Carbene Complexes of Rh, Ir and Pd:

Synthetic Routes, Dynamics, Catalysis, Abnormal Binding and

Counterion Effects .............................................................................................  169      pdf

Anthony R. Chianese and Robert H. Crabtree

 

11. Sequential Hydrocarbon C–H Bond Activations by 16-Electron

 Organometallic Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten .............................  184      pdf

Peter Legzdins and Craig B. Pamplin

 

12. Alkane Transfer-Dehydrogenation Catalyzed by a Pincer-Ligated

Iridium Complex ................................................................................................  198      pdf

Alan S. Goldman, Kenton B. Renkema, Margaret Czerw, and Karsten Krogh-Jespersen

 

13. DFT Calculations on the Mechanism of (PCP)Ir-Catalyzed Acceptorless

 Dehydrogenation of Alkanes: Realistic Computational Models and Free

 EnergyRelationships .........................................................................................  216      pdf

Karsten Krogh-Jespersen, Margaret Czerw, and Alan S. Goldman

 

14. Double Cyclometalation: Implications for Carbon–Hydrogen Oxidative

Addition with PCP Pincer Compounds of Iridium ............................................  234      pdf

Hani A. Y. Mohammad, Jost C. Grimm, Klaus Eichele, Hans-Georg Mack,

Bernd Speiser, Filip Novak, William C. Kaska, and Hermann A. Mayer

 

Activation of C–H Bonds by Pt(II) – Shilov Chemistry

 

15. C–H Bond Activation at Pt(II): A Route to Selective Alkane Oxidation? .......  250      pdf

Alan F. Heyduk, H. Annita Zhong, Jay A. Labinger, and John E. Bercaw

 

16. Competitive Trapping of Equilibrating Pt(IV) Hydridoalkyl and Pt(II)

Alkane Complexes: A Valuable Tool for the Mechanistic Investigation of

C‑H Activation Reactions .................................................................................  264      pdf

Mats Tilset, Lars Johansson, Martin Lersch, and Bror J. Wik

 

17. Mechanisms of Reactions Related to Selective Alkane Oxidation

by Pt Complexes ................................................................................................  283      pdf

Jennifer L. Look, Ulrich Fekl, and Karen I. Goldberg

 

18. Hydrocarbon C–H Bond Activation with Tp'Pt Complexes .............................  303      pdf

Cynthia M. Norris and Joseph L. Templeton

 

19. C–H Bond Activation with Neutral Platinum Methyl Complexes ....................  319      pdf

Carl N. Iverson, Charles A. G. Carter, John D. Scollard, Melanie A. Pribisko,

Kevin D. John, Brian L. Scott, R. Tom Baker, John E. Bercaw, and Jay A. Labinger

 

20. Issues Relevant to C–H Activation at Platinum(II): Comparative Studies

between Cationic, Zwitterionic, and Neutral Platinum(II) Compounds

in Benzene Solution............................................................................................. 334      pdf

Jonas C. Peters, J. Christopher Thomas, Christine M. Thomas, and Theodore A. Betley

 

            Oxidations

 

21. Non-Organometallic Mechanisms for C–H Bond Oxidation:

Hydrogen Atom vs. Electron vs. Hydride Transfer ..........................................  356      pdf

James M. Mayer, Anna S. Larsen, Jasmine R. Bryant, Kun Wang,

Mark Lockwood, Gordon Rice, and Tae-Jin Won

 

22. Oxidation of Organic Molecules with Molecular Oxygen

Catalyzed by Heterometallic Complexes ..........................................................  370      pdf

Patricia A. Shapley

 

23. Catalytic Hydrocarbon Oxidations Involving Coreductants ...........................  379     

Joseph E. Remias and Ayusman Sen

 

24. New Applications of Electrophilic Aromatic C–H Activation

with Metal Trifluoroacetates .............................................................................  393      pdf

Vladimir V. Grushin, David L. Thorn,

William J. Marshall, and Viacheslav A. Petrov

 

25. Reengineering of Organic-Based Metal Active Sites

for Oxidations and Oxygenations .....................................................................  407     

Sergiu M. Gorun

 

Subject Index .......................................................................  427