Organophosphorus Chemistry. From Molecules to Applications

  • ID: 2986130
  • Book
  • 568 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Filling the gap for an up–to–date reference that presents the field of organophosphorus chemistry in a comprehensive and clearly structured way, this one–stop source covers the chemistry, properties, and applications from life science and medicine. Divided into two parts, the first presents the chemistry of various phosphorus–containing compounds and their synthesis, including ylides, acids, and heterocycles. The second part then goes on to look at applications in life science and bioorganic chemistry. Last but not least, such important practical aspects as 31P–NMR and protecting strategies for these compounds are presented.

For organic, bioinorganic, and medicinal chemists, as well as those working on organometallics, and for materials scientists. The book, a contributed work, features a team of renowned scientists from around the world whose expertise spans the many aspects of modern organophosphorus chemistry.

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Introduction

Phosphines and related tervalent phosphorus systems

Phosphonium salts

Phosphorus ylides and related compounds

Pentacoordinated phosphorus compounds

Hexacoordinated phosphorus compounds

Phosphorus acid derivatives

Methods for the introducing of phosphorus into complex organic molecules

Recent advances in combination phosphorus with fluorine

Phosphorus–containing heterocycles

Protection groups for Phosphorus

Phosphorus in supramolecular science

Phosphorus in material science.

Phosphorus in polymer science

Phosphorus in organo–catalysis

Phosphorus in bioorganic, medicine chemistry and life science

Advances in 31P NMR

Future perspectives of Organophosphorus Chemistry
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Viktor Iaroshenko
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