By Guo-Qiang Lin
Uneven synthesis continues to be a problem to training scientists because the desire for enantiomerically natural or enriched compounds keeps to extend. over the past decade, a large number of literature has been released during this box. ideas and functions of uneven Synthesis consolidates and evaluates the main worthwhile methodologies right into a one-volume source for the benefit of training scientists and students.
Authored by means of across the world well known scientists within the box, this trustworthy reference covers greater than 450 reactions and comprises very important stoichiometric in addition to catalytic uneven reactions. the 1st bankruptcy reports the fundamental rules, universal nomenclature, and analytical tools, and the rest of the e-book is prepared in accordance with response sort. The textual content examines such subject matters as:
- Carbon-carbon bond formations regarding carbonyls, enamines, imines, and enolates
- Asymmetric C-O bond formations together with epoxidation, dihydroxylation, and aminohydroxylation
- Asymmetric synthesis utilizing the Diels-Alder response and different cyclizations
- Applications to the complete synthesis of traditional products
- Use of enzymes in uneven synthesis
Practicing chemists within the pharmaceutical, positive chemical, and agricultural professions in addition to graduate scholars will locate that ideas and purposes of uneven Synthesis gives finished and present coverage.
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