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Bidentate Schiff base ruthenium complexes as precursors of homogeneous and immobilized catalysts

Francis Verpoort (UGent) , Baoyi Yu (UGent) , Fatma Hamad (UGent) , Heriberto Díaz Velázquez (UGent) and Zhixiong Luo (UGent)
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The paper presents an overview of the work conducted in our group on the synthesis of a novel class of homogeneous and immobilized Ru-complexes containing Schiff bases as O, N-bidentate ligands benefiting from a versatile, quite general and thoroughly exemplified two-step procedure. The new Ru-complexes with improved stability incorporate a variety of Schiff bases, associated with traditional inorganic and organic ligands such as chloride, phosphanes, arenes, cyclodienes, NHC etc., and different carbenes (alkylidene, vinylidene, allenylidene and indenylidene). By a proper choice of the Schiff base, useful physical and chemical properties of the derived Ru-complexes could be induced resulting in tunable catalytic activity for metathesis and related processes. A pertinent example is the latency of selected Schiff base Ru catalysts which by becoming active only under specific conditions (heat or acid activation) are ideal for industrial applications, e.g. reaction injection molding processes. The synthetic approaches that are critically discussed in this chapter have led to a diversity of Ru-complexes of which several members have risen to the rank of commercial catalysts.
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isomerization, vinyl ester synthesis, atom transfer radical polymerization, kharash addition, cross metathesis, latent catalyst, ring opening metathesis, ring closing metathesis, olefin metathesis, heterogeneous catalysis, schiff base ligands, homogeneous catalysis, ruthenium hydrides, ruthenium arenes, ruthenium indenylidenes, ruthenium vinylidenes, ruthenium allenylidenes, ruthenium carbenes, Organometallic chemistry, ruthenium

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Verpoort, Francis, et al. “Bidentate Schiff Base Ruthenium Complexes as Precursors of Homogeneous and Immobilized Catalysts.” Advances in Organic Synthesis, Vol. 3, edited by Atta-ur Rahman, Bentham Science, 2012, pp. 3–35.
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Verpoort, F., Yu, B., Hamad, F., Díaz Velázquez, H., & Luo, Z. (2012). Bidentate Schiff base ruthenium complexes as precursors of homogeneous and immobilized catalysts. In A. Rahman (Ed.), Advances in organic synthesis, vol. 3 (pp. 3–35). Oak Park, IL, USA: Bentham Science.
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Verpoort, Francis, Baoyi Yu, Fatma Hamad, Heriberto Díaz Velázquez, and Zhixiong Luo. 2012. “Bidentate Schiff Base Ruthenium Complexes as Precursors of Homogeneous and Immobilized Catalysts.” In Advances in Organic Synthesis, Vol. 3, edited by Atta-ur Rahman, 3–35. Oak Park, IL, USA: Bentham Science.
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Verpoort, Francis, Baoyi Yu, Fatma Hamad, Heriberto Díaz Velázquez, and Zhixiong Luo. 2012. “Bidentate Schiff Base Ruthenium Complexes as Precursors of Homogeneous and Immobilized Catalysts.” In Advances in Organic Synthesis, Vol. 3, ed by. Atta-ur Rahman, 3–35. Oak Park, IL, USA: Bentham Science.
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Verpoort F, Yu B, Hamad F, Díaz Velázquez H, Luo Z. Bidentate Schiff base ruthenium complexes as precursors of homogeneous and immobilized catalysts. In: Rahman A, editor. Advances in organic synthesis, vol 3. Oak Park, IL, USA: Bentham Science; 2012. p. 3–35.
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F. Verpoort, B. Yu, F. Hamad, H. Díaz Velázquez, and Z. Luo, “Bidentate Schiff base ruthenium complexes as precursors of homogeneous and immobilized catalysts,” in Advances in organic synthesis, vol. 3, A. Rahman, Ed. Oak Park, IL, USA: Bentham Science, 2012, pp. 3–35.
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  author       = {Verpoort, Francis and Yu, Baoyi and Hamad, Fatma and Díaz Velázquez, Heriberto and Luo, Zhixiong},
  booktitle    = {Advances in organic synthesis, vol. 3},
  editor       = {Rahman, Atta-ur},
  isbn         = {9781608054688},
  issn         = {1574-0870},
  keywords     = {isomerization,vinyl ester synthesis,atom transfer radical polymerization,kharash addition,cross metathesis,latent catalyst,ring opening metathesis,ring closing metathesis,olefin metathesis,heterogeneous catalysis,schiff base ligands,homogeneous catalysis,ruthenium hydrides,ruthenium arenes,ruthenium indenylidenes,ruthenium vinylidenes,ruthenium allenylidenes,ruthenium carbenes,Organometallic chemistry,ruthenium},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {3--35},
  publisher    = {Bentham Science},
  title        = {Bidentate Schiff base ruthenium complexes as precursors of homogeneous and immobilized catalysts},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2174/9781608054688113030003},
  year         = {2012},
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