January 02, 2012

TOPIC 1: Counting Electrons and Ligands

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TOPIC 2: Oxidative Addition & Reductive Elimination

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TOPIC 3: Insertion and alpha/beta–Elimination

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TOPIC 4: Hydrogenation, hydroformylation and carbonylation

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TOPIC 5: Olefin Catalyses

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