5 edition of Stereoselectivity in organic synthesis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Oxford science publications, Oxford chemistry primers ;, 63|
|LC Classifications||QD262 .P763 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||98006294|
Reduction of Organic Compounds with Low-Valent Species of Group IVB, VB, and VIB Metals. T.-L. Ho, Synthesis, , 1. Key Words: ORGANOMETALLICS/CHROMIUM/MOLYBDENUM. In Stereoselective Synthesis expert authors present the best and most reliable methods available for the preparation of nonracemic compounds. These methods may be stoichiometric or catalytic, and the latter may include metal, organic, or enzyme catalysis.
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Stereoselectivity is the preferential formation or consumption of one stereoisomer rather than another in a chemical reaction. In radical reactions stereoselectivity is controlled by a combination of conformational, steric, stereoelectronic, and torsional effects. Buy Principles of Asymmetric Synthesis, 2E 2 by Gawley, Robert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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This clear and concise text is concerned with the reactions used in stereoselective organic synthesis. It sets out to consider the general principles upon which such reactions are founded, especially stereoelectronic effects, and how these are applied to a wide range of stereospecific and stereoselective organic reactions used in organic synthesis by: 8.
TSE-LOK HO is Professor of Organic Chemistry at National Chiao Stereoselectivity in organic synthesis book University in Taiwan. His research interests are in organic synthesis, including total synthesis of natural products and methodology. He has written 12 books, including, most recently, Stereoselectivity in Synthesis, available from Wiley.
by: 3. Stereoselectivity in Organic Synthesis. Garry Procter. Publication Date - July ISBN: 96 pages Paperback Retail Price to Students: $ Stereoselectivity in Organic Synthesis by Garry Procter,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Garry Procter.
This clear and concise text is concerned with the reactions used in stereoselective organic synthesis. It sets out to consider the general principles upon which such reactions are founded, especially stereoelectronic effects, and how these are applied to a wide range of stereospecific and stereoselective organic reactions used in organic synthesis today.
Stereoselectivity in organic synthesis. [Garry Procter] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Garry Procter. Find more information about:. Written by a well-respected and experienced author, this textbook fills the gap for a concise introduction to the key concepts of organic stereochemistry and the most important classical and modern methods in stereoselective synthesis.
The concepts are extensively illustrated in color, with practical examples and question-answer sets to help consolidate the readers knowledge. β-Glycoside Synthesis. 2-Deoxy-β-D-glycopyranosides are difficult to prepare because common procedures for their synthesis give the thermodynamically more stable α‑anomers as the major products (eq 10).
59,60 Stereoselective formation of β‑glycosides traditionally depends upon a temporary, C-2 substituent anchimerically assisting β-glycoside formation. Buy Stereoselectivity in Organic Synthesis (Oxford Chemistry Primers) by Procter, Garry (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The Nitro Group in Organic Synthesis focuses on reactions that proceed under mild conditions, important functional groups that can be synthesized by conversion of nitro groups, and the stereoselectivity of reactions of nitro compounds.
Organic Chemistry Stereoselectivity in organic synthesis • Stereospeciﬁc reactions - a reaction where the mechanism means the stereochemistry of the starting material determines the stereochemistry of the product; there is no choice. e.g. SN2 reactions • Stereoselective reactions - a reaction where one stereoisomer of a product is.
INTRODUCTION. Although the present book is mainly devoted to practical aspects of stereoselective synthesis, and is primarily oriented toward the application of stereoselective methodologies for the access of important biologically active and pharmaceutically interesting molecules, it is necessary to describe briefly the basic principles and concepts of isomerism (e.g., constitution.
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Most of the molecules in it are chiral, and asymmetric synthesis is an important means by which enantiopure chiral molecules may be obtained for study and sale.
Using examples from the literature of asymmetric synthesis, this book presents a detailed analysis of the factors that govern stereoselectivity in organic reactions. Adolf Krebs, Juergen Swienty-Busch, in Comprehensive Organic Synthesis, Stereoselectivity.
Stereoselectivity means the specific formation of either (E)- or (Z)-alkenes. Unlike the E1-reaction, which has only poor stereoselectivity because of the intermediate formation of a planar carbocation, the stereoselectivity of the E2.
Stereoselectivity in synthesis. [Tse-Lok Ho] -- In planning a synthesis, how does one select the appropriate method for making the preferred stereoisomer.
research workers in this field will either wish to purchase this book or to have ready access to a copy" (Applied Organometallic Chemistry, ) # Organic compounds. Reactions whose stereoselectivity is either substrate controlled, reagent controlled or controlled by a catalyst are covered, and where appropriate, examples of their application in organic synthesis are provided.
Fully illustrated throughout, with set problems and suggestions for further reading to accompany each chapter, this informative text. In "advanced organic chemistry part A" book page&, the author uses the term 'solvent shell collapse' when talking about the reason for retention of conformation in tertiary organic-chemistry reaction-mechanism stereochemistry stereoselectivity stereoelectronics.
The achievement of stereoselectivity is an important aspect of organic synthesis, because usually a single stereoisomer of a target molecule is the desired goal of a synthesis.
Sometimes the target molecule contains a chiral (stereogenic) carbon center; that is, it. One approach to organic synthesis is retrosynthetic analysis. With this approach chemists start with the structures of their target molecules and progressively cut bonds to create simpler molecules.
Reversing this process gives a synthetic route to the target molecule from simpler starting materials. This “disconnection” approach to synthesis is now a fundamental part of every organic.Generally, within the scope of the sophomore organic chemistry course, we mention the stereoselectivity, but don’t focus on it.
Stereoselective reactions, such as Sharpless epoxidation, are incredibly important in organic synthesis. The stereoselective methods and the mechanisms of those reactions, however, are usually quite complex.This is the book of organic synthesis reactions: The Disconnection Approach (second edition) by Stuart Warren (Chemistry Department, Cambridge University, UK) and Paul Wyatt (School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, UK) of professors of science faculties universities.