Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2007-2009

Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2007-2009

English | September 23rd, 2011 | ASIN: B00JWNR8XI, ISBN: 0199764549 | 253 Pages | EPUB | 20.24 MB

Organic synthesis is a vibrant and rapidly evolving field; we can now cyclize amines directly onto alkenes. Like the first two books in this series, Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2003-2005 and Organic Synthesis: State of the Art 2005-2007, this reference leads readers quickly to the most important recent developments.

Two years of Taber's popular weekly online column, "Organic Chemistry Highlights", as featured on the website, are consolidated here, with cumulative indices of all three volumes in this series. Important topics that are covered range from powerful new methods for C-C bond construction to asymmetric organocatalysis and direct C-H functionalization.

This go-to reference focuses on the most important recent developments in organic synthesis, and includes a succinct analysis of the significance and applicability of each new synthetic method. It details and analyzes more than twenty complex total syntheses, including the Sammakia synthesis of the Macrolide RK-397, the Ley synthesis of Rapamycin, and the Kobayashi synthesis of (-)-Norzoanthamine.


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