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学科主题: 金属有机化学
题名: Recent advances in transition metal-mediated functionalization of o-carboranes
其他题名: 过渡金属催化碳硼烷衍生化方法的近期研究进展
作者: Qiu ZZ(邱早早)
刊名: Tetrahedron Lett.
发表日期: 2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.tetlet.2015.01.038
卷: 56, 期:8, 页:963-971
收录类别: SCI
文章类型: 论文
英文摘要: Icosahedral carboranes constitute a class of structurally unique molecules with exceptionally thermal and chemical stabilities, which limits the derivatization of these clusters. In view of the spectacular role of transition metals in synthetic chemistry, novel o-carborane functionalization methods for both cage carbon and boron vertices have been developed by using transition metal-promoted reactions. These methods offer a series of exceptionally efficient synthetic routes to a wide range of functionalized carboranes from readily available starting materials. An overview of recent advances in this field is presented in this digest. (C) 2015 Elsevier Ltd.
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URI标识: http://ir.sioc.ac.cn/handle/331003/39562
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Qiu ZZ. Recent advances in transition metal-mediated functionalization of o-carboranes[J]. Tetrahedron Lett.,2015,56(8):963-971.
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