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Metathesis Chemistry

From Nanostructure Design to Synthesis of Advanced Materials

  • Yavuz Imamoglu
  • Valerian Dragutan
  • Solmaz Karabulut
Conference proceedings

Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 243)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Design Of New Generations Of Metathesis Catalysts

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Cédric Fischmeister, Pierre H. Dixneuf
      Pages 3-27
    3. Bart Allaert, Nicolai Dieltiens, Chris Stevens, Renata Drozdzak, Ileana Dragutan, Valerian Dragutan et al.
      Pages 39-78
    4. Sebastien Monfette, Johanna M. Blacquiere, Jay C. Conrad, Nicholas J. Beach, Deryn E. Fogg
      Pages 79-90
    5. Xavier Sauvage, Albert Demonceau, Lionel Delaude
      Pages 91-109
    6. Karol Grela, Anna Szadkowska, Anna Michrowska, Michal Bieniek, Volodymyr Sashuk
      Pages 111-124
    7. Natalia B. Bespalova, Alexey V. Nizovtsev, Vladimir V. Afanasiev, Egor V. Shutko
      Pages 125-135
    8. Ileana Dragutan, Francis Verpoort, Valerian Dragutan, Renata Drozdzak
      Pages 137-150
  3. Intricate Organic Synthesis Via Metathesis Chemistry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 193-193
    2. Stijn Monsaert, Pascal Van Der Voort, Nele Ledoux, Bart Allaert, Renata Drozdzak, Francis Verpoort
      Pages 251-263
  4. Tailored Polymers By Metathesis Polymerization

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 283-283
    2. Giovanni Rojas, Kenneth B. Wagener
      Pages 325-332
    3. Bogdan Spurcaciu, Ileana Dragutan, Cristian-Andi Nicolae, Emil Buzdugan, Valerian Dragutan
      Pages 347-353
    4. Yavuz Imamoglu, Cemil Aydogdu, Solmaz Karabulut, Bülent Düz
      Pages 361-365
    5. Bülent Düz, Cemil Aydogdu, Solmaz Karabulut, Yavuz Imamoglu
      Pages 367-371
  5. Advanced Materials Via Metathesis And Related Chemistry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 373-373
    2. Maria L. Gringolts, Kiryll L. Makovetskii, Nikolai V. Ushakov, Yulia.V. Rogan, Yuri P. Yampolskii, Eugene Sh. Finkelshtein
      Pages 395-411
    3. Robert Kurdi, Gyula Pályi, Claudia Zucchi, Davide Turrini, Roland Boese, Lajos Bencze et al.
      Pages 421-439
    4. Lajos Bencze, Robert Kurdi
      Pages 441-452
    5. Eugene Sh. Finkelshtein, Tamara A. Butenko, Kiryl L. Makovetskii, Victor I. Bykov, Vitalii A. Dronov
      Pages 453-460
    6. Radostina Kalinova, Christo Jossifov
      Pages 461-470
    7. Kseniia Katok, Valentin Tertykh, Victor Yanishpolskii
      Pages 471-481
    8. Cédric Fischmeister
      Pages 483-501
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 503-504

About these proceedings

Introduction

Recently, an important scientific event in metathesis chemistry, the NATO-Advanced Study Institute New Frontiers in Metathesis Chemistry: From Nanostructure Design to Sustainable Technologies for . Synthesis of Advanced Materials was organized in Antalya, Turkey (September 4-16, 2006). Prominent scientists, young researchers and students, convened for two weeks to debate on the newest trends in olefin metathesis and identify future perspectives in this fascinating field of synthetic organic, organometallic and polymer chemistry with diverse potential applications in materials science and technology. Following the fruitful practice of the previous NATO ASI meetings, selected contributions comprising plenary lectures, short communications and posters are compiled in this special volume dedicated to this outstanding international scientific meeting. Olefin metathesis, one of the most efficient transition metal mediated C-C forming reactions, awarded in 2005 with the Nobel Prize for chemistry to Yves Chauvin (IFP), Robert H. Grubbs (Caltech) and Richard R. Schrock (MIT), asserted itself during the last decade as a powerful synthetic strategy for obtaining fine chemicals, biologically active compounds, architecturally complex assemblies, new materials and functionalized polymers tailored for specific utilizations (e.g. sensors, semiconductors, microelectronic devices) etc. Metathesis reactions such as ring-closing metathesis (RCM), enyne metathesis, cross-metathesis (CM), acyclic diene metathesis polymerizafion (ADMET) and ring-opening metathesis polymerization (ROMP), largely dealt with during the ASI meeting, have gone far beyond the 20-th century boundaries resulting in a broad diversification towards sustainable technologies with perspectives for industrial applications of a wide range of products, from the manufacture of smart, nanostructured materials to the synthesis of complex organic compounds, natural products, pharmaceuticals and supramolecular assemblies.

Keywords

Compound Copolymer Elastomer Polyethylen polymer polymer chemistry

Editors and affiliations

  • Yavuz Imamoglu
    • 1
  • Valerian Dragutan
    • 2
  • Solmaz Karabulut
    • 3
  1. 1.Hacettepe UniversityBeytepeTurkey
  2. 2.Romanian AcademyRomania
  3. 3.Hacettepe UniversityBeytepeTurkey

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