Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Synthesis. Postgraduate Chemistry Series

  • ID: 2177133
  • Book
  • 392 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The jump from an understanding of organic chemistry at undergraduate level to that required at postgraduate level or in industry can be difficult. Many advanced textbooks contain hundreds of examples of various reaction mechanisms, in a level of detail which obscures the essential framework underling and uniting those reactions. Understanding this underlying order is essential in any advanced study or application of organic chemistry.

By discussing organic reaction mechanism in the context of organic synthesis, this book provides a highly practical, structured framework from which to build a good understanding of the essential underlying principles of organic reactions. The focus on synthetically useful reactions ensures the contents are specifically relevant to postgraduate students and industrial organic chemists.

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Preface.

About the author.

Acknowledgments.

Abbreviations.

CHAPTER 1 SYNTHETIC STRATEGIES.

CHAPTER 2 REACTIVE INTERMEDIATES.

CHAPTER 3 STABILIZED CARBANIONS, ENAMINES AND YLIDES.

CHAPTER 4 CARBON CARBON DOUBLE BOND FORMING REACTIONS.

CHAPTER 5 TRANSITION METALS MEDIATED CARBON–CARBON BOND FORMING REACTIONS.

CHAPTER 6 REDUCTIONS.

CHAPTER 7 OXIDATIONS.

CHAPTER 8 PERICYCLIC REACTIONS

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Rakesh Kumar Parashar is a Reader at the Chemistry Deparment, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi, India
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