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Number 97
compiled by Veronica M. Cornel

Department of Chemistry, Reedley College, 995 Reed Avenue, Reedley, California 93654
Reviews are listed in order of appearance in the sources indicated. In multidisciplinary review journals, only those reviews which fall within the scope of this Journal are included. Sources are listed alphabetically in three categories: regularly issued review journals and series volumes, contributed volumes, and other monographs. Titles are numbered serially, and these numbers are used for reference in the index.
Major English-language sources of critical reviews are covered. Encyclopedic treatises, annual surveys such as Specialist Periodical Reports, and compilations of symposia proceedings are omitted.
This installment of Recent Reviews covers principally the latter part of the 2009 literature. Previous installment: J.

Org. Chem. 2010, 75(7).
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Regularly Issued Journals and Series Volumes

Accounts of Chemical Research
1. Lindsey, J. S. Synthetic Routes to Meso-Patterned Porphyrins. 2010, 43(2), 300–11.

2. Dieguez, M.; Pamies, O. Biaryl Phosphites: New Efficient Adaptative Ligands for Pd-Catalyzed Asymmetric Allylic Substitution Reactions. 2010, 43(2), 312–22.

3. Dumas, A. M.; Fillion, E. Meldrum's Acids and 5-Alkylidene Meldrum's Acids in Catalytic Carbon–Carbon Bond-Forming Processes. 2010, 43(3), 440–54.

4. Braunschweig, H.; Kupfer, T. Non-Iron [n]Metalloarenophanes. 2010, 43(3), 455–65.

5. Conejero, S.; Paneque, M.; Poveda, M. L.; Santos, L. L.; Carmona, E. C–H Bond Activation Reactions of Ethers That Generate Iridium Carbenes. 2010, 43(4), 572–80.

6. Li, C.-J. The Development of Catalytic Nucleophilic Additions of Terminal Alkynes in Water. 2010, 43(4), 581–90.

7. Kraka, E.; Cremer, D. Computational Analysis of the Mechanism of Chemical Reactions in Terms of Reaction Phases: Hidden Intermediates and Hidden Transition States. 2010, 43(5), 591–601.
Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis
8. Zhang, M. Construction of Heterocycle Scaffolds via Transition Metal-Catalyzed sp2 C–H Functionalization. 2009, 351(14+15), 2243–70.

9. Hoegermeier, J.; Reissig, H.-U. Nine Times Fluoride Can be Good for Your Syntheses. Not Just Cheaper. Nonafluorobutanesulfonates as Intermediates for Transition Metal-Catalyzed Reactions. 2009, 351(17), 2747–63.

10. Lamblin, M.; Nassar-Hardy, L.; Hierso, J.-C.; Fouquet, E.; Felpin, F.-X. Recyclable Heterogeneous Palladium Catalysts in Pure Water. Sustainable Developments in Suzuki, Heck, Sonogashira and Tsuji–Trost Reactions. 2010, 352(1), 33–79.

11. Xu, L.-W.; Li, L.; Shi, Z.-H. Asymmetric Synthesis with Silicon-Based Bulky Amino Organocatalysts. 2010, 352(2+3), 243–79.

12. Nugent, T. C.; El-Shazly, M. Chiral Amine Synthesis. Recent Developments and Trends for Enamide Reduction, Reductive Amination, and Imine Reduction. 2010, 352(5), 753–819.
Aldrichimica Acta
13. Boxer, M. B.; Albert, B. J.; Yamamoto, H. The Super Silyl Group in Diastereoselective Aldol and Cascade Reactions. 2009, 42(1), 3–15.

14. Gillis, E. P.; Burke, M. D. Iterative Cross-Coupling with MIDA Boronates: Towards a General Strategy for Small-Molecule Synthesis. 2009, 42(1), 17–27.

15. Shintani, R.; Hayashi, T. Chiral Diene Ligands for Asymmetric Catalysis. 2009, 42(2), 31–8.

16. Wencel, J.; Mauduit, M.; Henon, H.; Kehrli, S.; Alexakis, A. Chiral, Chelating Hydroxyalkyl and Hydroxyaryl N-Heterocyclic Carbenes: Design, Synthesis, and Application in Copper-Catalyzed Asymmetric Conjugate Addition (Cu-ACA). 2009, 42(2), 43–50.
Angewandte Chemie, International Edition in English
17. van der Vlugt, J. I.; Reek, J. N. H. Neutral Tridentate PNP Ligands and Their Hybrid Analogs: Versatile Non-Innocent Scaffolds for Homogeneous Catalysis. 2009, 48(47), 8832–46.

18. Dauban, P.; Malik, G. A Masked 1,3-Dipole Revealed from Aziridines. 2009, 48(48), 9026–9.

19. Caminati, W. Nucleic Acid Bases in the Gas Phase. 2009, 48(48), 9030–3.

20. Merritt, E. A.; Olofsson, B. Diaryliodonium Salts: A Journey from Obscurity to Fame. 2009, 48(48), 9052–70.

21. Molander, G. A.; Canturk, B. Organotrifluoroborates and Monocoordinated Pallad-ium Complexes as Catalysts – A Perfect Combination for Suzuki–Miyaura Coupling. 2009, 48(49), 9240–61.

22. Muniz, K. High-Oxidation-State Palladium Catalysis: New Reactivity for Organic Synthesis. 2009, 48(50), 9412–23.

23. Kitson, R. R. A.; Millemaggi, A.; Taylor, R. J. K. The Renaissance of -Methylene--butyrolactones: New Synthetic Approaches. 2009, 48(50), 9426–51.

24. Goossen, L. J.; Rodriguez, N.; Goossen, K. Stereoselective Synthesis of -Chlorovinyl Ketones and Arenes by the Catalytic Addition of Acid Chlorides to Alkynes. 2009, 48(51), 9592–4.

25. Bandini, M.; Eichholzer, A. Catalytic Functionalization of Indoles in a New Dimension. 2009, 48(51), 9608–644.

26. Bligaard, T. Linear Energy Relations and the Computational Design of Selective Hydrogen-ation/Dehydrogenation Catalysts. 2009, 48(52), 9782–4.

27. Ackermann, L.; Vicente, R.; Kapdi, A. R. Transition Metal-Catalyzed Direct Arylation of (Hetero)Arenes by C–H Bond Cleavage. 2009, 48(52), 9792–826.

28. Hoveyda, A. H.; Malcolmson, S. J.; Meek, S. J.; Zhugralin, A. R. Catalytic Enantioselective Olefin Metathesis in Natural Product Synthesis. Chiral Metal-Based Complexes that Deliver High Enantioselectivity and More. 2010, 49(1), 34–44.

29. Stephan, D. W.; Erker, G. Frustrated Lewis Pairs: Metal-free Hydrogen Activation and More. 2010, 49(1), 46–76.
The Chemical Record
30. Thomas, S. P.; French, R. M.; Jheengut, V.; Aggarwal, V. K. Homologation and Alkylation of Boronic Esters and Boranes by 1,2-Metallate Rearrangement of Boron Ate Complexes. 2009, 9(1), 24–39.

31. Hayashi, M. Organophosphine Syntheses via Activation of the Phosphorus–Silicon Bond of Silylphosphines. 2009, 9(4), 236–45.

32. Shiina, I.; Katoh, T.; Nagai, S.; Hashizume, M. Evaluation of the Efficiency of the Macrolactonization Using MNBA in the Synthesis of Erythromycin A Aglycon. 2009, 9(6), 305–20.
Chemical Reviews
33. Albrecht, M. Cyclometalation Using d-Block Transition Metals: Fundamental Aspects and Recent Trends. 2010, 110(2), 576–623.

34. Colby, D. A.; Bergman, R. G.; Ellman, J. A. Rhodium-catalyzed C–C Bond Formation via Hetero-atom-directed C–H Bond Activation. 2010, 110(2), 624–55.

35. Coperet, C. C–H Bond Activation and Organometallic Intermediates on Isolated Metal Centers on Oxide Surfaces. 2010, 110(2), 656–80.

36. Dobereiner, G. E.; Crabtree, R. H. Dehydrogenation as a Substrate-Activating Strategy in Homogeneous Transition-Metal Catalysis. 2010, 110(2), 681–703.

37. Doyle, M. P.; Duffy, R.; Ratnikov, M.; Zhou, L. Catalytic Carbene Insertion into C–H Bonds. 2010, 110(2), 704–24.

38. Willis, M. C. Transition Metal Catalyzed Alkene and Alkyne Hydroacylation. 2010, 110(2), 725–48.

39. Balcells, D.; Clot, E.; Eisenstein, O. C–H Bond Activation in Transition Metal Species from a Computational Perspective. 2010, 110(2), 749–823.

40. Sehnal, P.; Taylor, R. J. K.; Fairlamb, I. J. S. Emergence of Palladium(IV) Chemistry in Synthesis and Catalysis. 2010, 110(2), 824–89.

41. Mkhalid, I. A. I.; Barnard, J. H.; Marder, T. B.; Murphy, J. M.; Hartwig, J. F. C–H Activation for the Construction of C–B Bonds. 2010, 110(2), 890–931.

42. Gunay, A.; Theopold, K. H. C–H Bond Activations by Metal Oxo Compounds. 2010, 110(2), 1060–81.

43. Bellina, F.; Rossi, R. Transition Metal-catalyzed Direct Arylation of Substrates with Activated sp3-Hybridized C–H bonds and Some of Their Synthetic Equivalents with Aryl Halides and Pseudo-halides. 2010, 110(2), 1082–146.

44. Lyons, T. W.; Sanford, M. S. Palladium-Catalyzed Ligand-Directed C–H Functionalization Reactions. 2010, 110(2), 1147–69.

45. Roithova, J.; Schroder, D. Selective Activation of Alkanes by Gas-Phase Metal Ions. 2010, 110(2), 1170–211.

46. Lazny, R.; Nodzewska, A. N,N-Dialkyl-hydrazones in Organic Synthesis. From Simple N,N-Dimethylhydrazones to Supported Chiral Aux-iliaries. 2010, 110(3), 1386–434.

47. Katritzky, A. R.; Rachwal, S. Synthesis of Heterocycles Mediated by Benzotriazole. 1. Monocyclic Systems. 2010, 110(3), 1564–610.

48. Guillena, G.; Ramon, D. J.; Yus, M. Hydrogen Autotransfer in the N-Alkylation of Amines and Related Compounds using Alcohols and Amines as Electrophiles. 2010, 110(3), 1611–41.

49. Bartok, M. Unexpected Inversions in Asymmetric Reactions: Reactions with Chiral Metal Complexes, Chiral Organocatalysts, and Heterogeneous Chiral Catalysts. 2010, 110(3), 1663–705.

50. Zhao, W. Novel Syntheses of Bridge-Containing Organic Compounds. 2010, 110(3), 1706–45.

51. Vougioukalakis, G. C.; Grubbs, R. H. Ruth-enium-Based Heterocyclic Carbene-Coordinated Olefin Metathesis Catalysts. 2010, 110(3), 1746–87.

52. Sautet, P.; Delbecq, F. Catalysis and Surface Organometallic Chemistry: A View from Theory and Simulations. 2010, 110(3), 1788–806.

53. Moulin, A.; Bibian, M.; Blayo, A.-L.; El Habnouni, S.; Martinez, J.; Fehrentz, J.-A. Synthesis of 3,4,5-Trisubstituted-1,2,4-triazoles. 2010, 110(4), 1809–27.

54. Mieczkowski, A.; Roy, V.; Agrofoglio, L. A. Preparation of Cyclonucleosides. 2010, 110(4), 1828–56.

55. Cordes, D. B.; Lickiss, P. D.; Rataboul, F. Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Cubic Poly-hedral Oligosilsesquioxanes. 2010, 110(4), 2081–73.

56. Shiri, M.; Zolfigol, M. A.; Kruger, H. G.; Tanbakouchian, Z. Bis- and Trisindolylmethanes (BIMs and TIMs). 2010, 110(4), 2250–93.

57. Conley, B. L.; Pennington-Boggio, M. K.; Boz, E.; Williams, T. J. Discovery, Applications, and Catalytic Mechanisms of Shvo's Catalyst. 2010, 110(4), 2294–312.

58. Denes, F.; Perez-Luna, A.; Chemla, F. Addition of Metal Enolate Derivatives to Unactivated Carbon–Carbon Multiple Bonds. 2010, 110(4), 2366–447.

59. Roy, U. K.; Roy, S. Making and Breaking of Sn–C and In–C Bonds in Situ: The Cases of Allyltins and Allylindiums. 2010, 110(4), 2472–535.
Chemical Society Reviews
60. Juwarker, H.; Suk, J.-m.; Jeong, K.-S. Foldamers with Helical Cavities for Binding Complementary Guests. 2009, 38(12), 3316–25.

61. Han, Y.-F.; Jia, W.-G.; Yu, W.-B.; Jin, G.-X. Stepwise Formation of Organometallic Macrocycles, Prisms and Boxes from Ir, Rh and Ru-based Half-sandwich Units. 2009, 38(12), 3419–34.

62. Abell, J. P.; Yamamoto, H. Development and Applications of Tethered Bis(8-quinolinolato) Metal Complexes (TBOxM). 2010, 39(1), 61–9.

63. Ashenhurst, J. A. Intermolecular Oxidative Cross-coupling of Arenes. 2010, 39(2), 540–8.

64. Pfrengle, F.; Reissig, H.-U. Amino Sugars and Their Mimetics via 1,2-Oxazines. 2010, 39(2), 549–57.

65. Xu, L.-M.; Li, B.-J.; Yang, Z.; Shi, Z.-J. Organopalladium(IV) Chemistry. 2010, 39(2), 712–33.

66. Vougioukalakis, G. C.; Roubelakis, M. M.; Orfanopoulos, M. Open-cage Fullerenes: Towards the Construction of Nanosized Molecular Containers. 2010, 39(2), 817–44.

67. Kissane, M.; Maguire, A. R. Asymmetric 1,3-Dipolar Cycloadditions of Acrylamides. 2010, 39(2), 845–83.

68. Haenni, K. D.; Leigh, D. A. The Application of CuAAC Click' Chemistry to Catenane and Rotaxane Synthesis. 2010, 39(4), 1240–51.

69. Hua, Y.; Flood, A. H. Click Chemistry Generates Privileged CH Hydrogen-Bonding Triazoles: The Latest Addition to Anion Supramolecular Chemistry. 2010, 39(4), 1262–71.

70. Holub, J. M.; Kirshenbaum, K. Tricks with Clicks: Modification of Peptidomimetic Oligomers via Copper-Catalyzed Azide–Alkyne [3 + 2] Cyclo-addition. 2010, 39(4), 1325–37.

71. Hoyle, C. E.; Lowe, A. B.; Bowman, C. N. Thiol-Click Chemistry: A Multifaceted Toolbox for Small Molecule and Polymer Synthesis. 2010, 39(4), 1355–87.

72. El-Sagheer, A. H.; Brown, T. Click Chemistry with DNA. 2010, 39(4), 1388–405.

73. Sadlej, J.; Dobrowolski, J. C.; Rode, J. E. VCD Spectroscopy as a Novel Probe for Chirality Transfer in Molecular Interactions. 2010, 39(5), 1478–88.

74. Trost, B. M.; Brindle, C. S. The Direct Catal-ytic Asymmetric Aldol Reaction. 2010, 39(5), 1600–32.
Chemistry―A European Journal
75. Shindoh, N.; Takemoto, Y.; Takasu, K. Auto-Tandem Catalysis: A Single Catalyst Activating Mechanistically Distinct Reactions in a Single Reactor. 2009, 15(45), 12168–79.

76. Albrecht, L.; Albrecht, A.; Krawczyk, H.; Joergensen, K. A. Organocatalytic Asymmetric Synth-esis of Organophosphorus Compounds. 2010, 16(1), 28–48.

77. Weickgenannt, A.; Oestreich, M. Silicon- and Tin-Based Cuprates: Now Catalytic in Copper. 2010, 16(2), 402–12.

78. Jazzar, R.; Hitce, J.; Renaudat, A.; Sofack-Kreutzer, J.; Baudoin, O. Functionalization of Organic Molecules by Transition-Metal-Catalyzed C(sp3)–H Activation. 2010, 16(9), 2654–72.
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds
79. Alekseyev, R. S.; Kurkin, A. V.; Yurovskaya, M. A. -Carbolines and Their Hydrogenated Deriv-atives. Part 1. Aromatic -Carbolines. Methods of Synthesis, Chemical and Biological Properties. 2009, 45(8), 889–925.

80. Badovskaya, L. A.; Povarova, L. V. Oxidation of Furans. 2009, 45(9), 1023–34.

81. Akhmetova, V. R.; Nadyrgulova, G. R.; Niatshina, Z. T.; Dzhemilev, U. M. Cyclothio-methylation of Primary Amines with Formaldehyde and Hydrogen Sulfide to Nitrogen- and Sulfur-Containing Heterocycles (Review). 2009, 45(10), 1155–76.
CHEMTRACTS: Organic Chemistry
82. Anon Alkyl–Alkyl Suzuki Cross-Couplings of Unactivated Secondary Alkyl Halides at Room Temperature. 2008, 21(8), 308–9.

83. Carter, C. F.; Ley, S. V. Methyliminodiacetic Acid (MIDA) Protected Boronates: A New Strategy for Organic Synthesis. 2008, 21(12), 457–65.

84. Anon One-pot Synthesis of Bicyclic -Alkoxy Amides from Cyanohydrin Ethers. 2008, 21(12), 470–4.

85. Shan, M.; Wang, L.; Zhang, Q.; O'Dooherty, G. A. Tactics in Total Synthesis of (–)-Kendomycin. 2009, 22(1), 1–17.

86. Cuccarese, M.; Harsh, P.; Jordan, A.; O'Doherty, G. A. Synthesis of Haterumalide NA. 2009, 22(1), 18–30.

87. Harsh, P.; O'Doherty, G. A. Total Synthesis of Platensimycin and Platencin. 2009, 22(1), 31–40.

88. Cuccarese, M.; O'Doherty, G. A. Application of Ring Strain in the Synthesis of Triquinanes: Synthesis of Pentalenene and Ventricosene. 2009, 22(2), 41–9.

89. Yan, W.; O'Doherty, G. A. Total Synthesis of (+)-Largazole, a Histone Deacetylase Inhibitor. 2009, 22(2), 50–8.

90. Rajaratnam, M.; O'Doherty, G. A. Total Synthesis of Sceptrin and Dibromosceptrin. 2009, 22(2), 59–66.

91. Sharif, E.; O'Doherty, G. A. Total Synthesis of Zampanolide and Dactylolide. 2009, 22(2), 67–79.

92. Niu, D.; O'Doherty, G. A. Synthesis of (–)-Amathaspiramide F. 2009, 22(3), 81–8.

93. Niu, D.; Yan, W.; Sharif, E.; Rajaratnam, M.; O'Doherty, G. A. Total Synthesis of (–)-Cephalotaxine. 2009, 22(3), 89–95.

94. Wang, H.-Y. L.; O'Doherty, G. A. Stereocontrolled Synthesis of Pentacyclic Core in Ecteinascidin 743. 2009, 22(3), 96–111.

95. Zhang, Q.; O'Doherty, G. A. Total Synthesis of Herboxidiene. 2009, 22(3), 112–20.

96. Oliver, A. G. Imine Complexes of the Transition Metals: Characterization and Catalytic Reactivity. 2009, 22(4), 149–56.

97. Anon A Multifaceted Phosphate Tether: Application to the C1–C14 Subunit of Dolabelides A–D. 2009, 22(4), 157–9.

98. Cranwell, P. B.; Ley, S. V. Total Synthesis of (–)-Spirangien A and the Corresponding Methyl Ester. 2009, 22(5), 173–81.

99. Harmata, M.; Calkins, N. L. The First Synthesis of (+)-Cortistatin A. 2009, 22(5), 182–7.

100. Harmata, M.; Calkins, N. L. An Approach to the Synthesis of Vinigrol. 2009, 22(6), 205–9.

101. Kellogg, R. M. Synthesis of Activated Pyrimidine Ribonucleotides in Prebiotically Plausible Conditions. 2009, 22(6), 210–3.

102. Anon. Synthesis of Azadirachtin: A Long but Successful Journey. 2009, 22(6), 214–17.

103. Anon. A Concise Total Synthesis of (–)-Quinocarcin via Aryne Annulation. 2009, 22(6), 218–20.

104. Anon. Palladium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Decarboxylative Lactamization of -Methylidene--Valerolactones with Isocyanates: Conversion of Racemic Lactones to Enantioenriched Lactams. 2009, 22(6), 221–4.

105. Anon. Rhenium(VII) Catalysis of Prins Cyclization Reactions. 2009, 22(6), 225–8.

106. Anon. Total Synthesis of Bryostatin 16 using Atom-Economical and Chemoselective App-roaches. 2009, 22(6), 229–33.

107. Anon. Enantioselective Copper-catalyzed Propargylic Amination. 2009, 22(6), 234–8.

108. Anon. Rabe Rest in Peace: Confirmation of the Rabe–Kindler Conversion of d-Quinotoxine into Quinine: Experimental Affirmation of the Woodward–Doering Formal Total Synthesis of Quinine. 2009, 22(6), 239–42.
109. Cossy, J.; Pardo, D. G.; Dumas, C.; Mirguet, O.; Dechamps, I.; Metro, T.-X.; Burger, B.; Roudeau, R.; Appenzeller, J.; Cochi, A. Rearrangement of -Amino Alcohols and Application to the Synthesis of Biologically Active Compounds. 2009, 21(9), 850–6.

110. Talas, E.; Margitfalvi, J. L. Natural Alkaloids and Synthetic Relatives as Chiral Templates of the Orito's Reaction. 2010, 22(1), 3–15.

111. Stephens, P. J.; Harada, N. ECD Cotton Effect Approximated by the Gaussian Curve and Other Methods. 2010, 22(2), 229–33.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews
112. Etienne, M.; McGrady, J. E.; Maseras, F. Agostic Interactions in Alkyl Derivatives of Sterically Hindered Tris(Pyrazolyl)Borate Complexes of Niobium. 2009, 253(5+6), 635–46.

113. Fey, N.; Orpen, A. G.; Harvey, J. N. Building Ligand Knowledge Bases for Organometallic Chemistry: Computational Description of Phos-phorus(III)-Donor Ligands and the Metal–Phosphorus Bond. 2009, 253(5+6), 704–22.

114. Panda, A. Chemistry of Selena Macrocycles. 2009, 253(7+8), 1056–98.

115. Gonzalez-Maupoey, M.; Tabernero, V.; Cuenca, T. Early Transition Metal Fulvalene Com-plexes. 2009, 253(13–14), 1854–81.

116. Panda, A. Developments in Tellurium Containing Macrocycles. 2009, 253(13–14), 1947–65.

117. Rendon, N.; Blanc, F.; Coperet, C. Well-defined Silica Supported Metallocarbenes: Formation and Reactivity. 2009, 253(15–16), 2015–20.

118. Mancin, F.; Scrimin, P.; Tecilla, P.; Tonellato, U. Amphiphilic Metalloaggregates: Catalysis, Transport, and Sensing. 2009, 253(17–18), 2150–65.

119. Park, J. H.; Chang, K.-M.; Chung, Y. K. Catalytic Pauson–Khand-type Reactions and Related Carbonylative Cycloaddition Reactions. 2009, 253(21–22), 2461–80.

120. Kuehl, O. Sterically Induced Differences in N-Heterocyclic Carbene Transition Metal Complexes. 2009, 253(21–22), 2481–92.

121. Molter, A.; Mohr, F. Gold Complexes Containing Organoselenium and Organotellurium Ligands. 2010, 254(1–2), 19–45.

122. Boyle, N. M.; Rochford, J.; Pryce, M. T. Thienyl-Appended Porphyrins: Synthesis, Photo-physical and Electrochemical Properties, and Their Applications. 2010, 254(1–2), 77–102.

123. Glover, S. D.; Goeltz, J. C.; Lear, B. J.; Kubiak, C. P. Inter- or Intramolecular Electron Transfer between Triruthenium Clusters: We'll Cross That Bridge When We Come to It. 2010, 254(3–4), 331–45.

124. Benessere, V.; Del Litto, R.; De Roma, A.; Ruffo, F. Carbohydrates as Building Blocks of Privileged Ligands. 2010, 254(5–6), 390–401.
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