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Title Copper(I) chemistry of phosphines, functionalized phosphines and phosphorus heterocycles / edited by Maravanji S. Balakrishna
Published Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, 2019


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Contents Front Cover; Copper(I) Chemistry of Phosphines, Functionalized Phosphines, and Phosphorus Heterocycles; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of contributors; Preface; 1 Copper(I) complexes of low-coordinate phosphorus(III) compounds; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Electronic properties of low-coordinate phosphorus compounds; 1.2 Phosphaalkenes as ligands; 1.3 Phosphorus heterocycles as ligands; 1.3.1 Four-membered heterocycles with two phosphorus atoms; 1.3.2 Five-membered heterocylces with one phosphorus atom; 1.3.3 Five-membered heterocycles with two phosphorus atoms
1.3.4 Five-membered heterocycles with three phosphorus atoms1.3.5 Five-membered heterocycles with five phosphorus atoms; 1.3.6 Formally cationic five-membered phosphorus heterocycles; 1.3.7 Six-membered heterocycles: phosphinines; 1.4 Reactions of phosphinines with Cu(I); 1.5 Reactions of phosphaalkynes with Cu(I); References; 2 Polymetallic Cu(I) complexes based on bridging phosphine ligands; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The representation of the bridging coordination mode in phosphane complexes; 2.3 The first descriptions of symmetrically bridging phosphine ligands
2.3.1 Tertiary phosphanes as bridging ligands in Rh(I) organometallic bimetallic complexes2.3.2 Bridging phosphane ligands in Pd(I) bimetallic coordination complexes based on N, P, N chelates bearing a phosphole ring; 2.3.3 Toward an extension of the bridging phosphane coordination mode to other polymetallic systems?; 2.4 Coordination chemistry of bridging phosphane ligands bearing a phosphole ring with the Cu(I) metal center; 2.4.1 Bimetallic Cu(I) complexes bearing a bridging phosphane ligand based on the 2,5-bis(2-pyridyl)phosphole ligand 1
2.5.4 Formation of one-dimensional coordination polymers based on Cu(I) supramolecular nodes bearing bridging phosphane ligand2.5.5 Cu(I) compact supramolecular assemblies bearing a bridging phosphane ligand and ditopic inorganic linkers: "sterical ... ; 2.6 Conclusion; References; 3 Phosphine-copper(I) complexes as anticancer agents: design, synthesis, and physicochemical characterization. Part I; Abbreviations; 3.1 Why copper, why copper(I) complexes, and why hydrophilic phosphine-copper(I) complexes as potential metal-based antitum ..
Notes Includes index
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Subject Copper compounds.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Chemical & Biochemical.
Copper compounds.
Form Electronic book
Author Balakrishna, Maravanji S., editor
ISBN 9780128156940