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The interaction of lanthanide metals with unsaturated hydrocarbons

The interaction of lanthanide metals with unsaturated hydrocarbons

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Statementby Steven C. Engerer.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 82/244
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 178 leaves
Number of Pages178
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Open LibraryOL3068294M
LC Control Number82165907

Catalytic Hydrogenations Using First Row Transition Metals (UNI3) Catalytic Pathways for Heteroatom Removal from Heavy Fossil Fuels (ND5) Cation-pi Interactions Involving Aromatic Hydrocarbons: A Quantitative Study of Substituent and Solvent Effects (UNI4) Cenozoic Evolution of the Southwestern Norwegian Passive Margin ( @article{osti_, title = {Catalytic asymmetric Michael reactions promoted by a lithium-free lanthanum-BINOL complex}, author = {Sasai, Hiroaki and Arai, Takayoshi and Shibasaki, Masakatsu}, abstractNote = {In this communication, we report about a new lithium-free BINOL-lanthanum complex, which is quite effective in catalytic asymmetric Michael reaction.

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The interaction of lanthanide metals with unsaturated hydrocarbons Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thus lanthanide complexes typically have little or no covalent character and are not influenced by orbital geometries. The lack of orbital interaction also means that varying the metal typically has little effect on the complex (other than size), especially when compared to transition metals.

Lanthanides in the periodic table Hydrogen Helium Lithium Beryllium Boron Carbon Nitrogen Oxygen Flu Author: Sgdfg. Alkanes are found in animal products, although they are less important than unsaturated hydrocarbons.

One example is the shark liver oil, which is approximately 14% pristane (2,6,10,tetramethylpentadecane, C 19 H 40). They are important as pheromones, chemical messenger materials, on which insects depend for communication. By immobilizing the unsaturated Lewis basic sites within porous lanthanide MOFs as sensing sites, we have develop a new way of sensing Cu 2+.

Exploiting the preferential binding of lanthanide ions to carboxylate oxygen atoms over pyridyl nitrogen atoms, we synthesized a lanthanide MOF Eu(PDC) (PDC = pyridine-3,5-dicarboxylate).Cited by: Divalent Lanthanides in Solution.

The reactions on lanthanide atoms with unsaturated aliphatic hydrocarbons led to the isolation of a variety of materials whose exact nature remains uncertain Author: Andrew Platt.

The early studies on palladium complexes with pincer ligands bearing thioether pendant arms proved the robustness of the metal–ligand interaction. It results both from the tridentate coordination and the C−Pd bond strength.

The complexes have been used with great success in many areas, ranging from supramolecular chemistry to catalysis. Lanthanide metals react exothermically with hydrogen to form LnH 2, dihydrides. With the exception of Eu and Yb which resemble the Ba and Ca hydrides (non conducting, transparent salt like compounds) they form black pyrophoric, conducting compounds where the metal sub-lattice is face centred cubic and the H atoms occupy tetrahedral sites.

Lanthanide metals react exothermically with hydrogen to form LnH 2, dihydrides. With the exception of Eu and Yb which resemble the Ba and Ca hydrides (non conducting,transparent salt like compounds) they form black pyrophoric, conducting compounds where the metal sub-lattice is face centred cubic and the H atoms occupy tetrahedral sites.

The reactions of ytterbium, samarium, and erbium metal vapor with neutral unsaturated hydrocarbons containing acidic hydrogen have been investigated by cocondensation of the metals with 1-hexyne. When mischmetal, an alloy of lanthanide metals, is added to molten steel to remove oxygen and sulfur, stable oxysulfides are produced that form an immiscible solid.[10] Pnictides (group 15)[edit] All of the lanthanides form a mononitride, LnN, with the rock salt structure.

The prevailing reductive chemistry of Sm(II) has been accessed and explored mostly by the use of samarocene precursors. The highly reducing character of these congeners, along with their Lewis acidity and predominantly ionic bonding, allows for the relatively facile activation of C–H bonds, as well as peculiar transformations of unsaturated substrates (e.g., C–C couplings).Cited by: 2.

For the unsaturated hydrocarbons, the sequence of the interaction strength is C 3 H 6 > C 2 H 2 > C 2 H 4. It is noticeable that the uptake of C 3 H 6 overtakes C 3 H 8 at ∼ mmol g –1, where the Q st value of the former shows a dramatic increase but the latter reaches a near plateau region.

Lanthanide Metals Apart from the role of mischmetal as a co-reductant in SmI2 -catalysed reactions such as pinacolization (Section ) mischmetal has been found to be a useful reactant in its own right. Thus a combination of mischmetal and additives (1,2-diiodoethane or iodine) has been active in Reformatsky-type reactions.

The metals in the MOF structure often act as Lewis acids. The metals in MOFs often coordinate to labile solvent molecules or counter ions which can be removed after activation of the framework.

The Lewis acidic nature of such unsaturated metal centers can activate the coordinated organic substrates for subsequent organic transformations. One-Pot Cross-Coupling/C–H Functionalization Reactions: Quinoline as a Substrate and Ligand through N–Pd Interaction; Radicals formed by the reaction of electrons with amino acids in an alkaline glass.

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Lanthanide Explained. The lanthanide or lanthanoid series of chemical elements comprises the 15 metallic chemical elements with atomic numbers 57 - 71, from lanthanum through lutetium.

These elements, along with the chemically similar elements scandium and yttrium, are often collectively known as the rare earth elements. process by which metals are oxidized in the atmosphere Coulomb's Law E= x 10^ (Q1Q2/r), where E is the energy of interaction between a pair of ions, expressed in joules; r is the distance between the ion centers in nm; and Q1 and Q2 are the numerical ion charges.

Infrared (IR) absorption spectroscopy measurements, performed at K and high pressures (27−55 bar) on several prototypes of metal organic framework (MOF) materials, reveal that the MOF ligands are weakly perturbed upon incorporation of guest molecules and that the molecular hydrogen (H2) stretch mode is red-shifted (30−40 cm−1) from its unperturbed value ( cm−1 for ortho H2).

The metal is dispersed on small pellets of alumina or silica^aluminaf which, being porous themselves, expose an enormous specific surface area of the platinum. The petroleum frac- tion fed to the reactors comprises hydrocarbons, which boil at roughly ° C, and hydrogen generated in the process.What Are The Applications Of Transition Metals Biology Essay.

The whole doc is available only and aromatic hydrocarbons havebeen examined. The interactions between lanthanide diketonates and quintessences, ketones, intoxicants, esters, alkenes or methane seriess have been examined by gas-liquid chromatographyin regard of their utility as.Chemistry 2nd year full book MCQs Chapter wise MCQs of Chemistry FSC part 2.

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