Metalloporphyrins in Catalytic Oxidations
This volume provides an in-depth overview of the chemistry of metalloporphyrins as oxidation catalysts in chemical and biological systems. It discusses practical techniques for the synthesis of metalloporphyrins and introduces useful methods of immobilization to improve their synthetic utility. Detailed discussions of underlying mechanistic features are provided.
Table of Contents
Oxidation Catalysis by Metalloporphyrins - A Historical Perspective; The Mechanisms of Reaction of Hypervalent Oxochromium, Iron and Manganese Tetraphenylporphyrins with Alkenes; Theoretical Studies of Oxometalloporphyrins and Their Reactions with Organic Substrates; Cytochrome P450 Model Systems; Heme Proteins in Prostaglandin Biosynthesis; Synthetic Aspects of Porphyrin and Metalloporphyrin Chemistry; Asymmetric Oxidation with Chiral Metalloporphyrin Catalysts; Metalloporphyrin-Catalyzed Oxidation of Hydrocarbons with Dioxygen; Reactions of Alkanes with Dioxygen - Toward Suprabiotic Systems; Supported Metalloporphyrin Models for Heme-Catalyzed Oxidations; Epilogue - Future Prospects.
Sheldon\, Roger A.
". . .updates these reviews and combines the various approaches (biological, synthetic, mechanistic, etc.) into one volume of eleven chapters by highly competent authors. . . .recommended to all who are in or want to enter the metalloporphyrin field. "
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