- Language: English
- 1303 Pages
- Published: December 2012
Name Reactions for Carbocyclic Ring Formations. Comprehensive Name Reactions
- ID: 2170576
- October 2010
- 756 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This book continues the well-established and authoritative series on name reactions in organic chemistry by focusing on name reactions on ring formation. Ring formating reactions have found widespread applicability in traditional organic synthesis, medicinal/pharmaceuticals, agricultural, fine chemicals, and of late, especially in polymer science.
Chapter 1 Three-Membered Carbocycles.
1.1 Freund Reaction.
1.2 Kishner Cyclopropane Synthesis.
1.3 Kulinovich Cyclopropanol Synthesis.
1.4 Simmons-Smith Reaction.
Chapter 2 Four-Membered Carbocycles.
2.1 Staudinger Ketene Cycloaddition.
Chapter 3 Five-Membered Carbocycles.
3.1 Danheiser Annulation.
3.2 Dieckmann Condensation.
3.3 Favorskii Rearrangement.
3.4 Nazarov Cyclization.
3.5 Pauson-Khand Reaction.
3.6 Weiss–Cook Reaction.
Chapter 4 Six-Membered Carbocycles.
4.1 Bardhan-Sengupta Pheantherene Synthesis.
4.2 Bergman Cyclization.
4.3 Bogert-Cook Reaction.
4.4 Bradsher Cycloaddition and Bradsher Reaction.
4.5 Bradsher Reaction.
4.6 Darzens Synthesis of Tetralin Derivatives.
4.7 Diels-Alder Reaction.
4.8 Dötz Benzannulation.
4.9 Elbs Reaction.
4.10 Fujimoto-Belleau Reaction.
4.11 Haworth Reaction.
4.12 Moore Cyclization.
4.13 Myers-Saito Cyclization.
4.14 Robinson Annulation.
4.15 Scholl Reaction.
Chapter 5 Large-Ring Carbocycles.
5.1 Buchner Reaction.
5.2 de Mayo Reaction.
5.3 Ring-closing Metathesis (RCM).
5.4 Thorpe-Ziegler Reaction.
Chapter 6 Transformations of Carbocycles.
6.1 Blanc Chloromethylation Reaction.
6.2 Asymmetric Friedel-Crafts Reactions: Past to Present.
6.3 Houben-Hoesch Reaction.
6.4 Kolbe-Schmitt Reaction.
6.5 Vilsmeier-Haack Reaction.
6.6 von Richter Reaction.
1 Contents Volume 1: Name Reactions in Heterocyclic Chemistry.
2 Contents Volume 2: Name Reactions for Functional Group Transformations.
3 Contents Volume 3: Name Reactions for Homologations—Part I.
4 Contents Volume 4: Name Reactions for Homologations—Part II.
5 Contents Volume 6: Name Reactions in Heterocyclic Chemistry—Part II.
"This comprehensive reference guide offers information on the most current developments in name reactions on carbocyclic ring formations, and is intended as a resource for both students and professionals working in organic chemistry and polymer synthesis." (Booknews, 1 February 2011)