By Boy Cornils, Wolfgang A. Herrmann
Homogeneous catalysis is the good fortune tale of organometallic chemistry. because the discovery of hydroformylation by means of O. Roelen in 1938, catalytic purposes have prepared the ground of organometallic compounds in undefined. Bulk and tremendous chemical compounds, or even typical items are being produced through homogeneous organometallic catalysis.
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Natta (1955): isotactic polymerization of propene K. Ziegler (1953): catalytic low-pressure polymerization of ethylene 0. Roelen I RUHRCHEMIE (1938): hydroformylation *: E. Frankland (1849): Z ~ I ( C H ~ ) ~ , first metal alkyl W. C. Zeise (1827): K[(C2H4)PtC13], first metal olefin complex -,* Cadet de Gassicourt (1760): "liqueur fumante de I'arsenique", first organometallic compound (without recognition of structure) c-) Figure 1. Synoptic presentation of the development of organometallic chemistry and homogeneous catalysis.
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