Catalysis by Metal Complexes and Nanomaterials

Fundamentals and Applications

Meng Zhou (Redaktør)

This book introduces readers to the fundamentals and applications of contemporary catalysts derived from transition metals. Case studies on the selected catalysts demonstrate the unique challenges and solutions in catalyst design and niche applications. Les mer
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This book introduces readers to the fundamentals and applications of contemporary catalysts derived from transition metals. Case studies on the selected catalysts demonstrate the unique challenges and solutions in catalyst design and niche applications. Two sections on metal complexes and nanomaterials provide contemporary examples to illustrate the principles and mechanisms of catalysis. Active researchers in chemistry, chemical engineering, or nanomaterials will
find this book useful.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Synthesis and Reactivity of Bimetallic Systems Tethered with a 4,5-Diaminoxanthene Linker Ryan L. Hollingsworth, Thilini S. Hollingsworth, and Stanislav Groysman

Chapter 2. Gold Catalysis: Fundamentals and Recent Developments Randall T. Mertens and Samuel G. Awuah

Chapter 3. Computational Investigations into the Mechanisms of Trans-Selective Hydrogenation and Hydrometalation of Alkynes Lawrence M. Wolf and Walter Thiel

Chapter 4. A Biomimetic System for Studying Salicylate Dioxygenase Atanu Banerjee, Jia Li, Monika A. Molenda, William W. Brennessel, and Ferman A. Chavez

Chapter 5. Recent Advances in Ru-Catalyzed Olefin and C-H Bond Oxidation Hashini N. K. Herath and Alexander R. Parent

Chapter 6. Characterizations of Surface Ligands and Stabilizers on Metallic Nanoparticles Meng Zhou

Chapter 7. TiO2Nanomaterials for Enhanced Photocatalysis Tao Peng and Jerald A. Lalman

Chapter 8. A Collection of Recent Examples of Catalysis Using Carboxylate-Based Metal-Organic Frameworks Allison M. Rabon, Jared G. Doremus, and Michael C. Young

Editor's Biography
Author Index
Subject Index

Om forfatteren

Meng Zhou was born in Chengdu, China, and received his Bachelor of Science from Purdue University in 2008. Meng studied the C-H functionalization reactions catalyzed by organometallic iridium complexes with Robert Crabtree at Yale University (Ph.D.) and later with Alan Goldman
at Rutgers University (Postdoc). He then investigated the acetate-stabilized cobalt (II,III) oxide nanoparticles with Richard Finke at Colorado State University. Since 2016, he has been an assistant professor of inorganic chemistry at Lawrence Technological University in Michigan, where his
research focuses on nanomaterials and catalysis. He supervises undergraduate students conducting research in a regular, collegewide curriculum supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Inclusive Excellence initiative.