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The 1st authoritative publication on utilizing silver cations in natural chemistry—for catalysis and more!With extra subtle catalytic methodologies fueling a resurgence within the examine of cation-based chemistry, gold and platinum have stepped to the fore because the distinct brokers used to create new chemical reactions. even if those metals became a major concentration of researchers within the box, one other coinage steel that's usually overlooked—but is as strong because the others—is silver, a much more cost-effective replacement to gold and platinum in helping the advance of recent reactions.Making a powerful case for using silver as a catalyst and structural aspect in organometal constructs, this authoritative e-book is the 1st to discover the advantages of utilizing silver in natural chemistry by way of taking a detailed examine silver’s certain reactivity and structural features for the advance of recent tools and fabrics. Silver in natural Chemistry is:The first e-book to handle catalysis utilizing silver, whose use in natural chemistry is at the verge of explodingA source for researchers wishing to do chemistry with silver cations, a space that stands within the shadow of gold chemistry, yet nonetheless glistens, demonstrating that each one that glitters isn't gold—sometimes it’s silver!A advisor for “first makes an attempt” in operating with silver cationsEdited through a really well-respected, hugely seen authority during this fieldSilver in natural Chemistry promotes additional clinical dialogue via providing vital new how you can learn the long run probabilities of an rising box. by way of raising the significance of silver chemistry, this thought-provoking advisor illustrates how this flexible steel can develop into an more and more major participant in commencing the door to new catalytic natural reactions and new organometal fabrics.
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89 In 2006, Li and Wang reported the palladium-free, silver-catalyzed Sonogashiratype coupling of aryl halides and terminal alkynes. The reaction proceeds in high yield in the presence of catalytic silver iodide, triphenylphosphine, and potassium carbonate. 54 Although catalytic amounts of Ag2O have been found to promote the palladiumcatalyzed coupling of aryl boronic acids and terminal alkynes, the authors in this case do not attribute the desired reactivity to the formation, and subsequent transmetallation, of a silver acetylide.
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