Enantioselective Organocatalysis. Reactions and Experimental Procedures

  • ID: 2179700
  • Book
  • 559 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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In this reference frontline leaders in the field provide an insight into one of the hottest topics in organic synthesis, focusing on the most important enantioselective reactions in the field.

Clearly structured, each entry begins with a concise introduction, including a mechanistic discussion of the reaction. Experimental procedures are brought together in a concluding chapter: preparative guidelines for newcomers, carefully selected working procedures with critical notes for bench chemists, rules of thumb and tips and tricks.

Peter I. Dalko studied chemistry at the Budapest Technical University (Hungary) and obtained his doctorate with Dr. S. D. Géro in Gif–sur–Yvette (France). After undertaking postdoctoral research with Sir Derek H. Barton at Texas A&M University (USA) and Prof. Yoshito Kishi at Harvard University he joined Prof. Janine Cossy′s research group at the ESPCI in Paris. His current main research interest is the development of novel asymmetric reactions.
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ALDOL REACTIONS

MANNICH–TYPE TRANSFORMATIONS

SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS

ANIMATION, HYDROXYLATION AND AMINOXYLATION REACTIONS

ASYMETRIC CONJUGATE ADDITIONS

ALLYLATION REACTIONS

CYCLOADDITION REACTIONS

ACYLATION REACTIONS

HYDROCYANATION OF CARBONYL COMPOUNDS AND IMINES

REDUCTION OF CARBONYL COMPOUNDS AND OLEFINS

OXIDATION REACTIONS

YLIDE–BASED REACTIONS: AZIRIDINATION, EPOXIDATION AND CYCLOPROPANATION

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"...In conclusion, this multi–author work is highly recommended to all organic chemists, whether in indutry or academia."

Organic Process Research & Development Journal, 07/2007
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