Part I: Hydrosilylation of Carbon - Carbon Multiple Bonds in Synthesis of Molecular Organosilicon Compounds 1. Hydrosilylation of Alkenes and Their Derivatives
2. Hydrosilylation of Akynes and Their Derivatives
3. Hydrosilylation of Carbon - Carbon Multiple Bonds in Organic Synthesis
4. Asymmetric Hydrosilylation of Prochiral Alkenes and Their Derivatives Part II: Hydrosilylation of Carbon - Carbon Multiple Bonds in Polymer Chemistry and Materials Science 5. Functionalisation and Cross-Linking of Organosilicon Polymers
6. Hydrosilylation Polymerisation
7. Functionalised (poly)silsesquioxanes and Silicon-Containing Dendrimers
8. Organosilicon - Organic Hybrid Polymers and Materials Part III: Chemo- and Enantio-Selective Hydrosilylation of Unsaturated Carbon-Heteroatom Bonds 9. Hydrosilylation of Unsaturated Carbon-Heteroatom Bonds
10. Asymmetric Hydrosilylation of Unsaturated Carbon-Heteroatom Bonds
For fifty years, Hydrosilylation has been one of the most fundamental and elegant methods for the laboratory and industrial synthesis of organosilicon and silicon related compounds. Despite the intensive research and continued interest generated by organosilicon compounds, no comprehensive book incorporating its various aspects has been published this century.
The aim of this book is to comprehensively review the advances of hydrosilylation processes since 1990. The survey of the literature published over the last two decades enables the authors to discuss the most recent aspects of hydrosilylation advances (catalytic and synthetic) and to elucidate the reaction mechanism for the given catalyst used and the reaction utilization. New catalytic pathways under optimum conditions necessary for efficient synthesis of organosilicon compounds are presented. This monograph shows the extensive development in the application of hydrosilylation in organic and asymmetric syntheses and in polymer and material science.
The first book dedicated to the field of hydrosilylation in 15 years
It will convey a complete literature review of the most important mechanistic, structural, and synthetic developments in the field to date
The publication of the book will mark the 60th anniversary of the first reported hydrosilylation reaction and the 50th anniversary of the Spier Catalyst discovery