NOC:Transition Metal Organometallic Chemistry - Principles to Applications


Lecture 1 - History of Organometallic Compounds


Lecture 2 - Polarity and Reactivity of M−C bonds


Lecture 3 - Reactivity of Organometallic Compounds


Lecture 4 - Reactivity of Organometallic Compounds


Lecture 5 - 18 Valence Electron Rule and Classification


Lecture 6 - 18 Valence Electron Rule and Classification


Lecture 7 - Reactivity and types of Organometallic compounds


Lecture 8 - Sigma-Donor Ligands


Lecture 9 - Preparation of Sigma-Alkyl Compounds


Lecture 10 - Preparation and Properties of Sigma-Alkyl Compounds


Lecture 11 - Properties of Sigma-Alkyl Compounds


Lecture 12 - β−elimination in Sigma-Alkyl Compounds


Lecture 13 - β−elimination in Detail


Lecture 14 - TM Sigma-Alkyl Complexes and its Application


Lecture 15 - TM Sigma-Alkyl Complexes and its Application


Lecture 16 - C−H Activation


Lecture 17 - C−H Activation in Details


Lecture 18 - C−H Activation in Details


Lecture 19 - Characterization of C−H Activation


Lecture 20 - Bonding in C−H Activation


Lecture 21 - C−C Bond Activation


Lecture 22 - C−C Bond Activation


Lecture 23 - C−C Bond Activation in Details


Lecture 24 - Transition Metal Perfluoroalkyl (RF−TM) Complexes


Lecture 25 - Preparation of Transition Metal Perfluoroalkyl (RF−TM) Complexes


Lecture 26 - C−F Activation


Lecture 27 - Transition Metal Alkenyl/Aryl Complexes


Lecture 28 - Transition Metal Aryl Complexes


Lecture 29 - Transition Metal Aryl/Alkyne Complexes


Lecture 30 - Transition Metal Alkyne/Carbene Complexes


Lecture 31 - Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Preparations


Lecture 32 - Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Properties


Lecture 33 - Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Reactivities


Lecture 34 - Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Reactivities


Lecture 35 - Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Reactivities


Lecture 36 - Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Reactivities


Lecture 37 - Reactivity of Schrock type Carbene Complexes and Transition Metal Carbynes


Lecture 38 - Transition Metal Carbynes: Preparation


Lecture 39 - Transition Metal Carbynes: Properties


Lecture 40 - Transition Metal Carbynes: Properties


Lecture 41 - Properties of Transition Metal Carbynes And Transition Metal Carbonyls


Lecture 42 - Transition Metal Carbonyls


Lecture 43 - Transition Metal Carbonyls


Lecture 44 - Transition Metal Carbonyls: Bonding Properties


Lecture 45 - Transition Metal Carbonyls: Bonding properties


Lecture 46 - Transition Metal Carbonyls: Reactivities


Lecture 47 - Transition Metal Carbonyls: Reactivity and Carbonyl Metallates


Lecture 48 - Transition Metal Carbonyl Hydrides


Lecture 49 - Application of Carbonyl Metallates and Metal Halides


Lecture 50 - Application of Metal Halides and Metal Alkenes


Lecture 51 - Transition Metal Olefin Complexes


Lecture 52 - Transition Metal Olefin Complexes


Lecture 53 - Transition Metal Olefin Complexes: Reactivity


Lecture 54 - Bonding Properties in Olefin Complexes


Lecture 55 - Transition Metal Diolefin Complexes


Lecture 56 - Transition Metal Diolefin and Alkyne Complexes


Lecture 57 - Transition Metal Alkyne Complexes


Lecture 58 - Transition Metal Alkyne Complexes: Reactivity


Lecture 59 - Transition Metal Alkyne Complexes: Reactivity


Lecture 60 - Summary: Transition Metal Organometallic Chemistry: Principles to Applications