By A.E. Shilov, Georgiy B. Shul'pin, Alexander E. Shilov
This monograph is dedicated to the activation and diverse variations of saturated hydrocarbons (alkanes), i.e. reactions observed by way of the C--H and C--C bond cleavage. Alkanes are the most ingredients of oil and traditional gasoline, and for that reason are the important feedstocks for the chemical undefined. however, those elements are recognized to be the least reactive natural compounds. exact realization is paid to the lately discovered alkane activations in the presence of steel complexes, that are defined in additional element. as well as the reactions of saturated hydrocarbons that are the major subject of this booklet, the activation of C--H bonds in arenes or even olefins and acetylenes are thought of. The monograph may be invaluable not just should you have an interest in the activation of alkanes and different hydrocarbons through steel complexes, but additionally for experts in homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, petrochemistry, and organometallic chemistry. a few components of the monograph should be of curiosity for experts in inorganic and natural chemistry, theoretical chemistry, biochemistry or even biology, and additionally in the event you paintings within the petrochemical undefined, commercial natural synthesis and biotechnology.
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