By Boy Cornils, Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Ultimately as softcover: Homogeneous catalysis is the good fortune tale of organometallic chemistry. because the discovery of hydroformylation through O. Roelen in 1938, catalytic purposes have cleared the path of organometallic compounds in undefined. Bulk and wonderful chemical substances, or even common items are being produced through homogeneous organometallic catalysis. the large breadth of this subject in view of either easy examine and business program is met congenially during this guide edited together via W. A. Herrmann (Technical college Munich) and B. Cornils (Hoechst AG, Frankfurt). The checklist of over ninety members reads like a who-is-who in organometallic chemistry and homogeneous catalysis. during this instruction manual, specialists will locate the present state of the art of their box and complicated scholars will enjoy the concise therapy of significant catalytic reactions and techniques. With its balanced presentation of the actually interdisciplinary subject and its remarkable editor- and authorship, the 'Cornils/Herrmann' is past universal criteria.
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