Polarity Control for Synthesis

  • ID: 2172875
  • Book
  • 416 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Identifies the polar reactions that are frequently employed in carbogenic synthesis. While touching on retrosynthetic analysis, it′s emphasis is on the exploitation and manipulation of the electronic properites of synthons in response to synthetic necessity.
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Some Aspects of Organic Reactivity.

Synthesis of 1,2–Difunctional Compounds.

Carbonyl Condensations.

Other Methods for the Preparation of 1,3–Difunctional Compounds.

Synthesis of 3–Oxy Amino Compounds and 1,3–Diamines.

Synthesis of 1,4–Difunctional Compounds.

Synthesis of 1,5–Difunctional Compounds: Michael Reaction.

Other Methods for Synthesis of 1,5–Difunctional Compounds.

The Diels–Alder Reaction.

Other Cycloaddition Reactions.

Synthesis of 1,6– and 1,7–Diheterosubstituted Compounds.

Reactions and Synthesis of Odd–Membered Ring Compounds.

Photochemical Reactions.

Fragmentation Reactions.

Oxidoreductions and Some Other Umpolung Processes.

Rearrangements.

Epilog.

References.

Index.
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Tse–Lok Ho
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