Organometallic catalysis and Organocatalysis

A swift progress in the research of organometallic and coordination compounds has the trigger to the advancement and effective industrial application of a number of catalytic processes based on the use of these compounds as catalysts. The major advantage of organometallic catalysis that has led to its widespread adoption by industry is selectivity, the ability to produce pure products in high yield.

The dearth of metal in organocatalyst brings an indisputable advantage considering both the principles of “green chemistry” and the economic point of view. It is a novel synthetic philosophy and mostly an alternative to the prevalent transition metal catalysis. Organocatalysts are often based on nontoxic organic compounds originating from biological materials. Organocatalysts can be Lewis bases, Lewis acids, Brønsted bases, and Brønsted acids

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