hydrosilylation

hydrosilylation

[¦hī·drō‚sil·ē′ā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
The addition of a Si-H bond to a C-C double bond of an olefin.
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They are also a highly useful class of intermediates in the synthesis of pharmaceutically important compounds such as fluoroquinolines [2], cancer chemotherapeutic agents [3], oxazilidones [4], Vilsmeier-Haake formylation reaction [5], nitriles [6], hydrosilylation of carbonyl compounds [7], 1-arylimi-dazole-5-carboxylates [8], 1-formyl-1,2-dihydroquinolines [9], nitrogen bridged heterocycles [10], fungicides [8, 11], isocyanates [12], formamidines [13] and allylation reaction [14].
Hydrosilylation of Mesogens having carbon carbon double-bonds with poly (methyl hydrosiloxane)s.
reported the damping properties of irregular networks with dangling chains made from hydrosilylation reaction between vinyl-terminated poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) and triskis(dimethylsiloxy)silane [13].
We have successfully applied the hydrosilylation of polar groups comprising silanes to SSBRs.
Related to these applications, various chemical protocols to attain novel surface properties have been reported, for instance, covalent functionalization under thermal conditions, electrochemical process, hydrosilylation catalysis, or photochemical reactions with alkenes, Grignard reagents or aldehydes [7-12].
PDMS with either vinyl or hexenyl groups is crosslinked with hydride-functional PDMS chains via a hydrosilylation or addition reaction.
To synthesize the fluoroalkyl silicone materials used herein, several silicone backbones were modified with fluoroalkyl alone; fluoroalkyl and polyether; or fluoroalkyl and alkyl using well known hydrosilylation procedures.
Catalysts for the 100% atom-efficient hydrosilylation, -phophination and -amination of unsaturated substrates will be prepared
Aminosilanes are synthesized catalytically (different Rh-complexes and Speier's catalyst [9]) by hydrosilylation of an appropriate aminoalkene with compatible alkoxysilane [10-12].
First, octasilane POSS was functionalized with dimethylamino groups by hydrosilylation with allyl-dimethylamine.
Silicone resins are typically made by hydrosilylation in which Sill groups are reacted with terminal olefinic groups to form crosslinked siloxane polymers.
Its synthesis combines inorganic and organic monomers, using hydrosilylation chemistry as the bond-forming reaction.