An Introduction to Organosulfur Chemistry

  • ID: 2182623
  • Book
  • 262 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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An Introduction to Organosulfur Chemistry R J Cremlyn Professor of Organic Chemistry, University of Hertfordshire The physical and chemical properties of sulfur and the nature of the sulfur–carbon and sulfur–oxygen bonds are important factors in the widespread uses of organosulfur compounds as bioactive agents, in both medicine and agricultural pest control strategies. Other industrial uses of organosulfur compounds, including detergents, dyes, medicinal drugs, pesticides and artificial sweeteners, are also covered. Providing an easy to read, balanced review of this increasingly important area, An Introduction to Organosulfur Chemistry

∗ outlines the role of sulfur in biological systems

∗ surveys the special characteristics of organosulfur compounds and the major methods for their synthesis

∗ provides an insight into the differences between organosulfur and the analogous oxygen compounds

∗ identifies the unique features of organosulfur compounds and their varied uses both in industry and as key reagents in organic synthesis
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Structure and Bonding in Sulfur and Organosulfur Compounds.

Synthesis of Organosulfur Compounds.

Structure–Chemical Relationships in Organosulfur Compounds.

Thiols, Sulfides and Sulfenic Acids.

Sulfoxides and Sulfones.

Sulfonium and Oxosulfonium Salts, Sulfur Ylides and Sulfenyl Carbanions.

Sulfinic Acids, Sulfonic Acids and Derivatives;

Sulfenes.

Thiocarbonyl Compounds.

Miscellaneous Organosulfur Compounds.

The Utility of Organosulfur Compounds in Organic Synthesis.

Uses of Organosulfur Compounds.

Index.
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