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The Olefin Metathesis Reactions Combined with Organo-Iron Arene Activation Towards Dendrimers, and Polymers

  • Didier Astruc
  • Victor Martinez
Conference paper
Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 243)

The subjects treated in the two lectures of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summer course are (1) the combination of arene activation and perfunctionalization using organo-iron chemistry with olefin metathesis incuding metathesis of dendritic polyolefin molecules; (2) the synthesis of metallodendritic benzylidene complexes that catalyse ring-opening metathesis polymerization (ROMP) under ambient conditions and the formation of dendritic stars; (3) the use of stoichiometric and catalytic electron-transfer processes with standard reservoirs of electrons (reductants) or electron holes (oxidants) iron complexes to achieve noteworthy metathesis reactions or synthesize compounds that are useful in metathesis. Only the two first topics are treated in this chapter, and interested readers can find references concerning the third aspect called in the introduction and subsequently cited in the reference list.

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Terminal Alkyne Allyl Bromide North Atlantic Treaty Organization Metathesis Reaction Olefin Metathesis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Didier Astruc
    • 1
  • Victor Martinez
    • 1
  1. 1.Nanoscience and Catalysis Group LCOO, UMRCNRS No. 5802 University Bordeaux IFrance

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