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Mechanisms of C–H bond activation: rich synergy between computation and experiment

Published inDalton transactions, no. 30, p. 5820-5831
Publication date2009
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Recent computational studies of C–H bond activation at late transition metal systems are discussed and processes where lone pair assistance via heteroatom co-ligands or carboxylates are highlighted as a particularly promising means of cleaving C–H bonds. The term ‘ambiphilic metal ligand activation' (AMLA) is introduced to describe such reactions.

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BOUTADLA, Youcef et al. Mechanisms of C–H bond activation: rich synergy between computation and experiment. In: Dalton transactions, 2009, n° 30, p. 5820–5831. doi: 10.1039/b904967c
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