Tandem Organic Reactions

Author: Tse-Lok Ho

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Category: Science

Page: 512

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The importance of tandem reactions is evident--besides their pragmatic value, they have an aesthetic appeal. The author presents a survey of these reactions that will rivet the attention of numerous chemists to their merits and utility as well as stimulate design and discovery of new sets of tandem reactions. Coverage includes Aldol condensation, Michael Reaction, Dieckmann cyclization, thermal and free radical processes, stitching reactions and much more.

Organic Reactions and Orbital Symmetry

Author: T. L. Gilchrist

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 311

View: 957

First published in 1979 as the second edition of a 1972 original, this textbook provides a systematic account of cycloadditions and molecular rearrangements.

Organic Reactions

Author: Andrew S. Kende

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 602

View: 443

The volumes of Organic Reactions are collections of chapters each devoted to a single reaction, or a definite phase of a reaction, of wide applicability. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure, and the selection of experimental techniques. Numerous detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method. Includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration.

Organic Reactions

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Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 476

View: 729

The volumes of Organic Reactions are collections of chapters each devoted to a single reaction, or a definite phase of a reaction, of wide applicability. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure, and the selection of experimental techniques. Numerous detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method. Includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration.

Keynotes in Organic Chemistry

Author: Andrew F. Parsons

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 304

View: 511

KEYNOTES IN Organic Chemistry KEYNOTES IN Organic Chemistry SECOND EDITION This concise and accessible textbook provides notes for students studying chemistry and related courses at undergraduate level, covering core organic chemistry in a format ideal for learning and rapid revision. The material, with an emphasis on pictorial presentation, is organised to provide an overview of the essentials of functional group chemistry and reactivity, leading the student to a solid understanding of the basics of organic chemistry. This revised and updated second edition of Keynotes in Organic Chemistry includes: new margin notes to emphasise links between different topics, colour diagrams to clarify aspects of reaction mechanisms and illustrate key points, and a new keyword glossary. In addition, the structured presentation provides an invaluable framework to facilitate the rapid learning, understanding and recall of critical concepts, facts and definitions. Worked examples and questions are included at the end of each chapter to test the reader’s understanding. Reviews of the First Edition “ …this text provides an outline of what should be known and understood, including fundamental concepts and mechanisms.” Journal of Chemical Education, 2004 “ Despite the book’s small size, each chapter is thorough, with coverage of all important reactions found at first-year level... ideal for the first-year student wishing to revise… and priced and designed appropriately.” The Times Higher Education Supplement, 2004

Organic Reactions

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 656

View: 765

The 96th volume in this series for organic chemists in industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular phases of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques. The work includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration. Detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method.

Organic Reactions

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 1136

View: 977

Written by a "who is who" of leading organic chemists, this anniversary volume represent the Organic Reactions editors' choice of the most important, ground-breaking and versatile reactions in current organic synthesis. The 15 reaction types selected for this volume include reactions for carbon-carbon bond formation, cross-coupling reactions, hydro- and halofunctionalizations, among many others. In line with the successful recipe of the series, each chapter is focused on a single reaction, discussing its mechanism and stereochemistry, scope and limitations, applications to synthesis, comparison with other methods, and experimental procedures. Each chapter concludes with a tabular survey of selected key application examples, complete with reported reaction conditions and yields, to serve as a quick reference guide for synthesis planning.

Organic Reactions

Author: Scott E. Denmark

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 464

View: 618

The two chapters in Volume 84 describe transition metal catalyzed processes that form carbon-carbon bonds and carbon-oxygen bonds in very interesting and practical ways. The first chapter authored by Christina Moberg describes an important subset of one of the earliest and most important enantioselective carbon-carbon bond forming reactions that employ transition metal complexes, namely molybdenum-catalyzed, asymmetric allylic alkylations. The second chapter authored by Brian W. Michel, Laura D. Steffens, and Matthew S. Sigman deals with one of the oldest examples of transition metal catalyzed oxidation, known as the Wacker process.

Organic Reactions

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 736

View: 806

The latest volume in this series for organic chemists in industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular phases of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques. The work includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration. Detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method.

Organic Reactions, Volume 99

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 704

View: 108

The 99th volume in this series for organic chemists in academia and industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular phases of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques. The work includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration. Detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method.

Organic Reactions

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 832

View: 267

The 98th volume in this series for organic chemists in academia and industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular phases of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques. The work includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration. Detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method.

Catalysis of Organic Reactions

Author: Robert L. Augustine

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 416

View: 675

This book provides a complete updating of important developments in the study of catalysis as it applies to organic synthesis — with applications in major industrial processes. It covers a broad variety of catalytic processes — both homogeneous and heterogeneous.

Zeolite, Clay, and Heteropoly Acid in Organic Reactions

Author: Yūsuke Izumi

Publisher: VCH

ISBN:

Category: Catalysis

Page: 166

View: 846

Zeolites, clays and heteropoly acid are unique materials with remarkable catalytic properties. Their characteristic features have enabled chemists to develop novel synthetic methods, which hold promise of new frontiers in synthetic and industrial organic chemistry. Written by leading experts on petrochemistry, catalysis, and organic synthesis, this book describes novel synthetic applications and reaction-promoting functions of zeolites, clays and heteropoly acid. Emphasis is put on the excellent catalytic performance of these materials in various organic reactions. Research chemists, process engineers and graduate students interested in new catalyst materials will value this book as an indispensable guide to the uses of zeolites, clay and heteropoly acid in organic synthesis.

Catalysis of Organic Reactions

Author: John R. Kosak

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 608

View: 577

This work presents a compilation of technical papers and poster synopses delivered at the 14th Conference on Catalysis of Organic Reactions. The book investigates current developments in the study of catalysis as it relates to organic synthesis, detailing industrial applications. It suggests cost-effective routes for the synthesis of valuable industrial and pharmaceutical chemicals.

Modern Rhodium-Catalyzed Organic Reactions

Author: P. Andrew Evans

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 496

View: 171

Rhodium has proven to be an extremely useful metal due to its ability to catalyze an array of synthetic transformations, with quite often-unique selectivity. Hydrogenation, C-H activation, allylic substitution, and numerous other reactions are catalyzed by this metal, which presumably accounts for the dramatic increase in the number of articles that have recently emerged on the topic. P. Andrew Evans, the editor of this much-needed book, has assembled an internationally renowned team to present the first comprehensive coverage of this important area. The book features contributions from leaders in the field of rhodium-catalyzed reactions, and thereby provides a detailed account of the most current developments, including: Rhodium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Hydrogenation (Zhang) Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydroborations and Related Reactions (Brown) Rhodium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Addition of Organometallic Reagents to Electron Deficient Olefins (Hayashi) Recent Advances in Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed Asymmetric Olefin Isomerization and Hydroacylation Reactions (Fu) Stereoselective Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed Hydroformylation and Silylformylation Reactions and Their Application to Organic Synthesis (Leighton) Carbon-Carbon Bond-Forming Reactions Starting from Rh-H or Rh-Si Species (Matsuda) Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed Cycloisomerization and Cyclotrimerization Reactions (Ojima) The Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed Alder-ene Reaction (Brummond) Rhodium-Catalyzed Nucleophilic Ring Cleaving Reactions of Allylic Ethers and Amines (Fagnou) Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed Allylic Substitution Reactions and their Applications to Target Directed Synthesis (Evans) Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed [2+2+1] and [4+1] Carbocyclization Reactions (Jeong) Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed [4+2] and [4+2+2] Carbocyclizations (Robinson) Rhodium(I)-Catalyzed [5+2], [6+2], and [5+2+1] Cycloadditions: New Reactions for Organic Synthesis (Wender) Rhodium(II)-Stabilized Carbenoids Containing both Donor and Acceptor Substituents (Davies) Chiral Dirhodium(II)Carboxamidates for Asymmetric Cyclopropanation and Carbon-Hydrogen Insertion Reactions (Doyle) Cyclopentane Construction by Rhodium(II)-Mediated Intramolecular C-H Insertion (Taber) Rhodium(II)-Catalyzed Oxidative Amination (DuBois) Rearrangement Processes of Oxonium and Ammonium Ylides Formed by Rhodium(II)-Catalyzed Carbene-Transfer (West) Rhodium(II)-Catalyzed 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition Reactions (Austin) "Modern Rhodium-Catalyzed Organic Reactions" is an essential reference text for researchers at all levels in the general area of organic chemistry. This book provides an invaluable overview of the most significant developments in this important area of research, and will no doubt be an essential text for researchers at academic institutions and professionals at pharmaceutical/agrochemical companies.

Catalysis of Organic Reactions

Twenty-first Conference

Author: Stephen R. Schmidt

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 552

View: 393

Bringing together academic, industrial, and governmental researchers and developers, Catalysis of Organic Reactions comprises 57 peer-reviewed papers on the latest scientific developments in applied catalysis for organic reactions. The volume describes the use of both heterogeneous and homogeneous catalyst systems and includes original resea

Organic Reactions

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 952

View: 786

The latest volume in this series for organic chemists in industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular phases of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques. The work includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration. Detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method.

Clay Mineral Catalysis of Organic Reactions

Author: Benny K.G. Theng

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 426

View: 728

The book provides insight into the working of clays and clay minerals in speeding up a variety of organic reactions. Clay minerals are known to have a large propensity for taking up organic molecules and can catalyse numerous organic reactions due to fine particle size, extensive surface area, layer structure, and peculiar charge characteristics. They can be used as heterogeneous catalysts and catalyst carriers of organic reactions because they are non-corrosive, easy to separate from the reaction mixture, and reusable. Clays and clay minerals have an advantage over other solid acids as they are abundant, inexpensive, and non-polluting.