Diane Dickie - Interactions of main group complexes with CO2 and CS2.

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  Publication Details (including relevant citation   information): Dickie,Diane A., Stewart,Constantine A.,   Barry,Brian M., Geiger,William E., Waterman,Rory, Kemp,Richard   A., Abstracts, 67th Southwest Regional Meeting of the   American Chemical Society, Austin, TX, United States, November   9-12, 2011, pp SWRM-5

  Abstract: Gaseous CO2 is a relatively "useless"   chem. that contributes to global climate change as a greenhouse   gas. Throughout the world, efforts are underway to search for   opportunities to use CO2 as a C1 synthon in the prepn. of more   useful org. mols. This talk will focus on the fundamental   reaction chem. of CO2 with main group amide compds., particularly   those contg. phosphino-modified amido ligands. We have   synthesized and structurally characterized a large variety of new   main group (bis)amides of Groups 2, 12, and 14. Insertion   reactions of these main group compds. with CO2 and CS2 will be   covered, and the differences in reaction chem. of these small   mols. towards these main group amide complexes will be discussed.   Activation of CO2 to form previously-unknown ligands and efforts   to "chem." sequester CO2 or CS2 in the form of adducts will also   be shown. [on SciFinder(R)]

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