The Total Synthesis of Natural Products, Volume 6

  • ID: 2172392
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The sixth volume ofThe Total Synthesis of Natural Products continues editor John ApSimon′s exploration of one of the most promising areas for the future development of organic chemistry: synthesis. ApSimon has compiled the first definitive reference source of successful synthetic approaches to a wide variety of natural products. This new volume considers the total synthesis of triterpenes, carbohydrates, aromatic steroids, pyrrole pigments and genes first reported during the period from 1972 through 1982 in this series.The Total Synthesis of Natural Products, Volume Six forms an integral part of the invaluable working reference begun in Volumes One through Five, to which chemists may turn for the available data on the total synthesis of complex molecules. Lessons learned from the synthetic challenges presented here by various natural products will serve as a sound base for this continually evolving field.
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The Total Synthesis of Aromatic Steroids 1972–1981 (D. Taub).

Gene Synthesis (S. Narang et al.).

The Total Synthesis of Triterpenes 1973–1981 (J. ApSimon et al.).

The Total Synthesis of Carbohydrates 1972–1980 (A. Samojski and G. Grynkiewicz).

The Total Synthesis of Pyrrole Pigments 1973–1980 (A. Jackson and K. Smith).

Index.
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About the editor
John ApSimon received his Doctorate in Chemistry from the University of Liverpool in 1959. He currently teaches at Carleton University, Ottawa, where he has served since 1962. He is a former Senior Editor of the Canadian Journal of Chemistry and is presently the Associate Dean of Research at Carleton University.
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