Selectivity in Organic Synthesis

  • ID: 2176307
  • Book
  • 182 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Selectivity is an important part of organic synthesis. The whole basis of organic chemistry, and especially organic synthesis, depends upon the selectivity which can be achieved in organic reactions. This concise textbook describes the strategies which can be adopted to improve selectivity, and the reactions which have been specially designed to afford high selectivity. The book illustrates the range of processes to which these principles can be applied and the high degree of selectivity which can be achieved. Selectivity in Organic Synthesis provides a solid introduction to this subject, focusing on the key areas and applications. Selectivity in Organic Synthesis features:

∗ A concise introduction to selectivity in organic chemistry.

∗ Lucidly written text including many carefully chosen examples and applications.

∗ Numerous problems along with their solutions to help and encourage the reader.

Suitable for organic chemistry students taking a course on organic synthesis or asymmetric synthesis in the 3rd or final year of an undergraduate chemistry course or in the first year of a postgraduate course.
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What Do We Mean by Selectivity?

Stereoselective Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds I.

Stereoselective Reactions of Alkenes I.

Stereoselective Reactions of Carbonyl Compounds II.

Stereoselective Reactions of Alkenes II.

Kinetic Resolution.

Asymmetric Reactions on Molecules with a Plane of Symmetry.

Asymmetric Reactions on Molecules with C—2 Symmetry.

Dynamic Resolution Procedures.

Index.
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Robert S. Ward
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