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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The main reactions, described hereinafter, are polyaddition of vinyl groups, radical reactions of methyl and vinyl groups, hydrosilylation, dehydrogenations and transamination.
This comes as a need from two factors: the first being that silicon naturally oxidize and unmodified particles lose fluorescence over time, and the second most of these surface treatment methods are slow, represented by the hydrosilylation reaction approach [111].
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].
Wang, "Conducting polymer-based electrodeless deposition of Pt nanoparticles and its catalytic properties for regioselective hydrosilylation reactions," Macromolecules, vol.
Hydrosilylation of Mesogens having carbon carbon double-bonds with poly (methyl hydrosiloxane)s.
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.
Figueras, "Asymmetric hydrosilylation of ketones catalyzed by magnetically recoverable and reusable copper ferrite nanoparticles," Journal of Organic Chemistry, vol.
hydrosilylation. GPC and NMR were used to demonstrate
Aminosilanes are synthesized catalytically (different Rh-complexes and Speier's catalyst [9]) by hydrosilylation of an appropriate aminoalkene with compatible alkoxysilane [10-12].