Weinheim: WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, 2006. — 363 p.Familiar to anyone who has taken a basic chemistry course, simple small molecules like H2, N2 and O2 are ubiquitous reservoirs of chemical energy. These energy sources may be used in many ways, such as for fueling biological systems and as synthons for the construction of more complex molecules.These and other related questions have been addressed in the past 10-15 years through the application of creative synthetic strategies and advanced experimental and theoretical techniques. The aim of this book is to provide highlights of recent research, with emphasis on newly discovered fundamental chemistry involved in metal-mediated binding and activation of CO2, CO, NO, N2O, N2, H2, CH4, H2O and O2. This work has led to a deep understanding that has significantly impacted the fields of bioinorganic, organometallic and catalytic chemistry.Contents Preface List of Contributors Carbon Dioxide Reduction and Uses as a Chemical Feedstock Nitrogen Monoxide and Nitrous Oxide Binding and Reduction Bio-organometallic Approaches to Nitrogen Fixation Chemistry The Activation of Dihydrogen Molecular Oxygen Binding and Activation: Oxidation Catalysis Dioxygen Binding and Activation: Reactive Intermediates Methane Functionalization Water Activation: Catalytic Hydrolysis Carbon Monoxide as a Chemical Feedstock: Carbonylation Catalysis Subject Index
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