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Usp. Khim., 2018, Volume 87, Issue 5, Pages 393–507 (Mi rcr4210)  

This article is cited in 7 scientific papers (total in 7 papers)

Organoelement chemistry: promising growth areas and challenges

G. A. Abakumova, A. V. Piskunova, V. K. Cherkasova, I. L. Fedushkina, V. P. Ananikovbc, D. B. Ereminb, E. G. Gordeevb, I. P. Beletskayad, A. D. Averind, M. N. Bochkarevae, A. A. Trifonovaf, U. M. Dzhemilevg, V. A. D'yakonovg, M. P. Egorovb, A. N. Vereshchaginb, M. A. Syroeshkinb, V. V. Jouikovb, A. M. Muzafarovf, A. A. Anisimovf, A. V. Arzumanyanf, Yu. N. Kononevichf, M. N. Temnikovf, O. G. Sinyashinh, Yu. H. Budnikovah, A. R. Burilovh, A. A. Karasikh, V. F. Mironovh, P. A. Storozhenkoi, G. I. Shcherbakovai, B. A. Trofimovj, S. V. Amosovaj, N. K. Gusarovaj, V. A. Potapovj, V. B. Shurf, V. V. Burlakovf, V. S. Bogdanovf, M. V. Andreevf

a G. A. Razuvaev Institute of Organometallic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Nizhnii Novgorod
b N.D. Zelinskii Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences
c Saint Petersburg State University
d Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Chemistry
e Lobachevski State University of Nizhni Novgorod
f A. N. Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
g Institute of Petrochemistry and Catalysis of RAS
h A. E. Arbuzov Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry of Kazan Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences
i State Scientific Centre, Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Organoelement Compounds, Moscow
j A. E. Favorsky Irkutsk Institute of Chemistry, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Abstract: The chemistry of organoelement compounds is now one of the most rapidly developing fields of research, regarding both fundamental science and solution of applied problems. This review covers a variety of classes of organoelement compounds, ranging from molecules with highly labile carbon–element bonds to compounds with stable bonds that form the basis of novel structural materials and demonstrates their role in scientific research and industrial production. The use of Grignard reagents in modern organic synthesis and application of catalytic cyclomagnesiation and cycloalumination reactions for the preparation of difficult-to-access metallacycles are considered. The electron transfer processes in redox-active derivatives of Group 14 elements and the role of radical ions in these processes are discussed. Considerable attention is paid to organometallic compounds, first of all, as catalysts; the dynamic nature of catalysis with these compounds is noted. Unusual strained metallacycles of high thermal stability, zirconacyclocumulenes, which also exhibit catalytic activity, are described. Complexes with redox-active ligands that substantially affect the reactivity of the metal centre and directly participate in reactions with various substrates as well as organometallic compounds of lanthanides are considered. Modern environmentally benign methods for the synthesis of organosilicon compounds and production of unique materials based on them are discussed. Particular Sections are devoted to organophosphorus compounds, including those exhibiting therapeutic properties and possessing unusual optical characteristics, and organic chalcogen compounds, which find use as ligands and biologically active molecules.
The bibliography includes 1045 references.

Funding Agency Grant Number
Russian Science Foundation 14-23-00186
Russian Foundation for Basic Research 17-43-020502
13-03-12014 _
15-43-02292 __
Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation -6651.2016.3

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Russian Chemical Reviews, 2018, 87:5, 393–507

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Received: 19.12.2017

Citation: G. A. Abakumov, A. V. Piskunov, V. K. Cherkasov, I. L. Fedushkin, V. P. Ananikov, D. B. Eremin, E. G. Gordeev, I. P. Beletskaya, A. D. Averin, M. N. Bochkarev, A. A. Trifonov, U. M. Dzhemilev, V. A. D'yakonov, M. P. Egorov, A. N. Vereshchagin, M. A. Syroeshkin, V. V. Jouikov, A. M. Muzafarov, A. A. Anisimov, A. V. Arzumanyan, Yu. N. Kononevich, M. N. Temnikov, O. G. Sinyashin, Yu. H. Budnikova, A. R. Burilov, A. A. Karasik, V. F. Mironov, P. A. Storozhenko, G. I. Shcherbakova, B. A. Trofimov, S. V. Amosova, N. K. Gusarova, V. A. Potapov, V. B. Shur, V. V. Burlakov, V. S. Bogdanov, M. V. Andreev, “Organoelement chemistry: promising growth areas and challenges”, Usp. Khim., 87:5 (2018), 393–507; Russian Chem. Reviews, 87:5 (2018), 393–507

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