Olefin Upgrading Catalysis by Nitrogen-based Metal Complexes II

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Introducing new concepts in the field, this volume provides a critical review of developments in industrially relevant processes connected to efficient and selective olefin upgrading. The text focuses on catalysts containing imine- and amine-based ligands.

Olefin Upgrading Catalysis by Nitrogen-based Metal Complexes II: State-of-the-art and Perspectives provides a critical review of the state-of-the-art developments in industrially relevant processes connected to efficient and selective olefin upgrading. Specific attention is devoted to catalysts containing imine- and amine-based ligands.

All the chapters in this book have been designed to provide a systematic account of the vast amount of information available for this type of catalyst as well as to highlight the factors that ultimately control the catalyst's performance and productivity. A comprehensive panorama of catalyst precursors is presented, spanning from group 10

-diimine complexes and iron and cobalt 2,6-bis(imino)pyridine derivatives, to vanadium, chromium, titanium, zirconium and lanthanide complexes supported by nitrogen-containing ligands. The authors of this collective work are currently involved in the development of imine-based catalysts for efficient and selective olefin upgrading and the majority of them have dedicated most of their scientific career to this important field. In writing this book, their major goal is to transfer as many ideas and experiences as possible to the global audience of scientists engaged in this area of research.

Introduces new concepts

Contributions from international experts

Features catalysts containing imine- and amine-based ligands



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Olefin Upgrading Catalysis by Nitrogen-based Metal Complexes II: State of the art and Perspectives provides a critical review of the state-of-the-art developments in industrially relevant processes connected to efficient and selective olefin upgrading. Specific attention is devoted to catalysts containing imine- and amine-based ligands.

All the chapters in this book have been designed to provide a systematic account of the vast amount of information available for this type of catalyst as well as to highlight the factors that ultimately control the catalyst's performance and productivity. A comprehensive panorama of catalyst precursors is presented, spanning from group 10

-diimine complexes and iron and cobalt 2,6-bis(imino)pyridine derivatives, to vanadium, chromium, titanium, zirconium and lanthanide complexes supported by nitrogen-containing ligands. The authors of this collective work are currently involved in the development of imine-based catalysts for efficient and selective olefin upgrading and the majority of them have dedicated most of their scientific career to this important field. In writing this book, their major goal is to transfer as many ideas and experiences as possible to the global audience of scientists engaged in this area of research.

Inhalt
Preface. -1. PhenoxyImine Group 4 Metal Complexes for Olefin (co)Polymerization Including Polar Monomer Copolymerization Akihiko Iwashita, Haruyuki Makio and Terunori Fujita. -2. Development of Imine Derivative Ligands for the Exocyclic Activation of Late Transition Metal Polymerization Catalysts Brian C. Peoples and René S. Rojas. -3. Oligomerization and Polymerization of Olefins with Iron and Cobalt Catalysts containing 2,6-Bis(imino)pyridine and Related Ligands Lidong Li and Pedro T. Gomes. -4. Challenges and Breakthroughs in Transition Metal Catalyzed Copolymerization of Polar and Non-Polar Olefins Juan Cámpora and Mikael Brassé

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Olefin Upgrading Catalysis by Nitrogen-based Metal Complexes II
Untertitel
State of the art and Perspectives
Editor
EAN
9789400706958
ISBN
9400706952
Format
Fester Einband
Herausgeber
Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre
Chemie
Veröffentlichung
01.06.2011
Anzahl Seiten
265
Gewicht
588g
Größe
H241mm x B160mm x T18mm
Jahr
2011
Untertitel
Englisch
Auflage
2011
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