Organic Syntheses Based on Name Reactions - 3rd EditionHantzsch Dihydropyridine Synthesis Pyridine Synthesis. Name reactions honor the discoverers of groundbreaking chemical reactions or refinements of earlier known transformations in the way that many scientists have their names attached to an effect or a phenomenon, an equation, a constant, etc. In some cases, the person whose name is associated with the reaction was not the first to discover the reaction, but instead managed to popularize it. Reaction names can also simply describe the reaction type, often by using the initials or referring to structural features. As an example, a very important field in chemical synthesis is carbon-carbon bond formation, and a great many name reactions exist that describe such transformations.
Summing Up: Recommended. He was one of the great figures in the development of the modern view of the mechanism of organic reactions. Share your review so everyone frew can enjoy it too. Deville, J.
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A Collection of Detailed Mechanisms and Synthetic Applications
On the other hand, A. Creemers, H! The rapid expansion of the scientific literature has seen the number of name reactions grow enormously. Zimmerman, the intermolecular Bradsher cycloaddition often involves the Diels-Alder reaction of a pyridium with a vinyl ether or vinyl sulfide.
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It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Get compensated for helping us improve our product! The second edition includes five points of improvement: a Additional 16 name reactions have been supplemented; b I have corrected typos and a few dubious mechanisms in the first edition. I wish to thank Prof. Rick L. I have also incurred many debts of gratitude to Prof.
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Organic Syntheses Based on Named Reactions is an indispensable reference companion for chemistry students and researchers. Each A-Z entry provides a carefully condensed summary of valuable information that a chemist needs to understand and utilize these fundamental reactions in their work, including brief practical details. The book is illustrated with real synthetic examples from the literature and about 3, references to the primary literature to aid further reading. Extensive indexes name, reagent, reaction and a very useful functional group transformation index help the reader fully navigate this extensive collection of important reactions. With its comprehensive coverage, superb organization and quality of presentation, this long-awaited new edition belongs on the shelf of every organic chemist. For researchers and advanced chemistry students in academia and in chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Alfred Hassner has over 60 years of experience in organic chemistry and has published over scientific articles.