Transition Metal Organometallic Chemistry: Principles To Applications

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Overview

This course would cover all aspects of Organometallic Chemistry, starting from the principles to its applications.

 

Syllabus

Week 1 :
Lecture 1: History of Organometallic Compounds,
Lecture 2: Polarity and Reactivity of M−C bond
Lecture 3: Reactivity of Organometallic Compounds
Lecture 4: Reactivity of Organometallic Compounds (contd...)
Lecture 5: 18 Valence Electron Rule and Classification

Week 2 :
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

Week 3 :
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 (contd...)

Week 4 :
Lecture 16: C−H activation
Lecture 17: C−H activation in details
Lecture 18: C−H activation in details (contd...)
Lecture 19: Characterization of C−H activation
Lecture 20: Bonding in C−H activation

Week 5 :
Lecture 21: C−C Bond activation
Lecture 22: C−C Bond activation (contd...)
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

Week 6 :
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

Week 7 :
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 (contd...)
Lecture 35: Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Reactivities (contd...)

Week 8 :
Lecture 36: Transition Metal Carbene Complexes: Reactivities (contd...)
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 (contd...)

Week 9 :
Lecture 41: Properties of Transition Metal Carbynes And Transition Metal Carbonyls
Lecture 42: Transition Metal Carbonyls
Lecture 43: Transition Metal Carbonyls (contd...)
Lecture 44: Transition Metal Carbonyls: Bonding properties
Lecture 45: Transition Metal Carbonyls: Bonding properties (contd...)

Week 10 :
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

Week 11 :
Lecture 51: Transition Metal Olefin Complexes
Lecture 52: Transition Metal Olefin Complexes (contd...)
Lecture 53: Transition Metal Olefin Complexes: Reactivity
Lecture 54: Bonding Properties in Olefin Complexes
Lecture 55: Transition Metal Diolefin Complexes

Week 12 :
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 (contd...)
Lecture 60: Summary: Transition Metal Organometallic Chemistry: Principles to Applications