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Reactivity of Coordinated Ligands

  • M. V. Twigg

Abstract

This chapter, in previous volumes, concentrated on mechanistic studies of the stoichiometric reactions of coordinated σ- and π-hydrocarbons with nucleophiles and electrophiles. In order to provide a more comprehensive overview of the reactivity of coordinated ligands in general, related ligand reactions in classical coordination complexes are now also included. The stereospecificity of such processes and their potential for asymmetric synthesis has continued to attract increasing attention, (1) and it is therefore appropriate to collect them all together in one chapter. There are three subsequent sections. The first is concerned with cobalt(III) complexes, and the second with complexes of other metals. The last section deals with the ligand reactivity of organometallic compounds.

Keywords

Nucleophilic Attack Organometallic Compound Nucleophilic Addition Electrophilic Attack Coordinate Ligand 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. V. Twigg
    • 1
  1. 1.Imperial Chemical Industries P.L.C.Billingham, ClevelandUK

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