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000149996 245__ $$aNovel Ruthenium Complexes with Sterically Demanding Cyclopentadienyl Ligands$$bSyntheses, Reactivity and Catalytic Applications
000149996 269__ $$a2010
000149996 260__ $$aLausanne$$bEPFL$$c2010
000149996 300__ $$a233
000149996 336__ $$aTheses
000149996 520__ $$aInvestigations of ruthenium halfsandwich complexes have       mostly focused on Cp and Cp* based derivatives due to the       availability of easily accessible starting materials.       However, it is interesting to have complexes with substituted       cyclopentadienyl ligands in order to study the influence of       the π-ligand on the chemical behavior of the complexes, as       well as to fine-tune their properties. During the course of       this thesis, ruthenium complexes with novel, highly       substituted cyclopentadienyl ligands ('Cp^') were prepared in       one-pot syntheses from commercially available starting       materials and under mild reaction conditions. The complexes       are versatile starting materials leading to a variety of       Cp^Ru complexes through facile ligand exchange reactions. The       chemistry of Cp^Ru-complexes has been investigated and the       general reactivity pattern was found to be similar to that of       CpRu and Cp*Ru complexes. However, in several instances it       was observed that the steric and electronic properties of the       Cp^ ligand have a strong impact on the properties and       chemical behavior of the complexes. As a consequence of the       sterically demanding Cp^ ligand, coordinatively unsaturated       complexes, that are otherwise inaccessible, have been       stabilized. In addition, the presence of the Cp^ ligand       resulted in unusual CO insertion reactions and in an       unprecedented rearrangement of cyclooctadiene. Some       Cp^Ru-complexes turned out to be very efficient catalysts for       organic transformations such as the [2+2+2] alkyne       cyclotrimerization and atom transfer radical cyclizations.       Activation of molecular oxygen was also accomplished with       Cp^Ru complexes. In vitro studies with Cp^Ru complexes       have shown that they exhibit high cytotoxicity towards human       cancer cell lines.
000149996 6531_ $$aRuthenium
000149996 6531_ $$aCyclopentadienyl
000149996 6531_ $$aHalf-sandwich
000149996 6531_ $$aHomogeneous catalysis
000149996 6531_ $$aRuthénium
000149996 6531_ $$aCyclopentadiényle
000149996 6531_ $$aDemi-sandwich
000149996 6531_ $$aCatalyse homogène
000149996 700__ $$0242597$$aDutta, Barnali$$g172099
000149996 720_2 $$0240333$$aSeverin, Kay$$edir.$$g145138
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