Introduction to Organometallic Chemistry


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Organometallic chemistry


Lecture 2 - Metal carbonyl complexes


Lecture 3 - Metal carbonyls - Part II


Lecture 4 - Ligand substitution reactions


Lecture 5 - Substitutes for carbonyl ligands


Lecture 6 - Carbene complexes


Lecture 7 - Carbene complexes (Continued...)


Lecture 8 - Non-Carbon Ancillary ligands


Lecture 9 - Non-Carbon Ancillary ligands (Continued...)


Lecture 10 - Metal alkyl complexes


Lecture 11 - Ligand Insertion Reactions


Lecture 12 - Metal alkene complexes


Lecture 13 - Alkynes ?2 bonding


Lecture 14 - Metal dihydrogen and hydrides


Lecture 15 - Migratory Insertion reaction with alkynes


Lecture 16 - ηm (m=4 dienes and m=2n,polyenes)


Lecture 17 - Oxidative addition & Vaskas complex mechanism


Lecture 18 - Reductive elimination


Lecture 19 - Reductive Elimination mechanism


Lecture 20 - Oxidative coupling with C-C bond formation


Lecture 21 - Metathesis reactions


Lecture 22 - Metal-allyls - ? 3 complexes-synthesis, bonding


Lecture 23 - Metal-allyls - η 3 complexes-fluxionality, reactivity


Lecture 24 - C-C single bond forming reactions


Lecture 25 - ? 5 Cyclopentadienyl - complexes


Lecture 26 - η6 arene Metal complexes


Lecture 27 - Half sandwich complexes


Lecture 28 - Reactivity changes in coordinated ligands


Lecture 29 - The isolobal analogy


Lecture 30 - Fluxional Properties of Organometallics


Lecture 31 - Quantifying Steric and electronic factors


Lecture 32 - Hydrogenation reactions


Lecture 33 - Addition of HX to olefins


Lecture 34 - Reactions with CO insertion


Lecture 35 - Organometallics promoted C-X coupling


Lecture 36 - Organometallic polymerization


Lecture 37 - C-H activation


Lecture 38 - Asymmetric Catalysis


Lecture 39 - Medicinal applications of organometallic complexes


Lecture 40 - Special Properties and Applications