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Key processes in ruthenium-catalysed olefin metathesis

(2014) CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 50(72). p.10355-10375
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While the fundamental series of [2+2]cycloadditions and retro[2+2]cycloadditions that make up the pathways of ruthenium-catalysed metathesis reactions is well-established, the exploration of mechanistic aspects of alkene metathesis continues. In this Feature Article, modern mechanistic studies of the alkene metathesis reaction, catalysed by well-defined ruthenium complexes, are discussed. Broadly, these concern the processes of pre-catalyst initiation, propagation and decomposition, which all have a considerable impact on the overall efficiency of metathesis reactions.
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Z-SELECTIVITY, N-HETEROCYCLIC CARBENE, NOBEL LECTURE, PRIMARY ALCOHOLS, 2ND-GENERATION GRUBBS, INDENYLIDENE COMPLEXES, CROSS-METATHESIS, GRUBBS-TYPE CATALYST, RING-CLOSING METATHESIS, FACE DONOR PROPERTIES

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Nelson, David J et al. “Key Processes in Ruthenium-catalysed Olefin Metathesis.” CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS 50.72 (2014): 10355–10375. Print.
APA
Nelson, D. J., Manzini, S., Urbina Blanco, C. A., & Nolan, S. (2014). Key processes in ruthenium-catalysed olefin metathesis. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 50(72), 10355–10375.
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Nelson, David J, Simone Manzini, César Alejandro Urbina Blanco, and Steven Nolan. 2014. “Key Processes in Ruthenium-catalysed Olefin Metathesis.” Chemical Communications 50 (72): 10355–10375.
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Nelson, David J, Simone Manzini, César Alejandro Urbina Blanco, and Steven Nolan. 2014. “Key Processes in Ruthenium-catalysed Olefin Metathesis.” Chemical Communications 50 (72): 10355–10375.
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Nelson DJ, Manzini S, Urbina Blanco CA, Nolan S. Key processes in ruthenium-catalysed olefin metathesis. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS. 2014;50(72):10355–75.
IEEE
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D. J. Nelson, S. Manzini, C. A. Urbina Blanco, and S. Nolan, “Key processes in ruthenium-catalysed olefin metathesis,” CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, vol. 50, no. 72, pp. 10355–10375, 2014.
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  abstract     = {{While the fundamental series of [2+2]cycloadditions and retro[2+2]cycloadditions that make up the pathways of ruthenium-catalysed metathesis reactions is well-established, the exploration of mechanistic aspects of alkene metathesis continues. In this Feature Article, modern mechanistic studies of the alkene metathesis reaction, catalysed by well-defined ruthenium complexes, are discussed. Broadly, these concern the processes of pre-catalyst initiation, propagation and decomposition, which all have a considerable impact on the overall efficiency of metathesis reactions.}},
  author       = {{Nelson, David J and Manzini, Simone and Urbina-Blanco, César A. and Nolan, Steven}},
  issn         = {{1359-7345}},
  journal      = {{CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS}},
  keywords     = {{Z-SELECTIVITY,N-HETEROCYCLIC CARBENE,NOBEL LECTURE,PRIMARY ALCOHOLS,2ND-GENERATION GRUBBS,INDENYLIDENE COMPLEXES,CROSS-METATHESIS,GRUBBS-TYPE CATALYST,RING-CLOSING METATHESIS,FACE DONOR PROPERTIES}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{72}},
  pages        = {{10355--10375}},
  title        = {{Key processes in ruthenium-catalysed olefin metathesis}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c4cc02515f}},
  volume       = {{50}},
  year         = {{2014}},
}

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