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Asymmetric synthesis has become a major aspect of modern organic chemistry. The book captures the latest advances in asymmetric catalysis with emphasis placed on non-enzymatic methods.
Asymmetric synthesis has become a major aspect of modern organic chemistry. The stereochemical properties of an organic compound are often essential to its bioactivity, and the need for stereochemically pure pharmaceutical products is a key example of the importance of stereochemical control in organic synthesis. However, achieving high levels of stereoselectivity in the synthesis of complex natural products represents a considerable intellectual and practical challenge for chemists.
Organosulfur Chemistry in Asymmetric Synthesis.
By Vittorio Caprio (University of Auckland, New Zealand) and Jonathan M. J. Williams (University of Bath, . John Wiley and Sons, Lt. Chichester. ISBN 978-1-4051-9091-6. Organosulfur Chemistry in Asymmetric Synthesis. Asymmetric synthesis of chiral sulfinates and sulfoxides. The importance of stereochemical purity in pharmaceutical products has been one driving force in the quest for improved control over the stereochemical outcome of organic reactions. Asymmetric catalysis is an important aspect of asymmetric synthesis, and one that has seen tremendous activity over the past decade.
By (author) Vittorio Caprio, By (author) Jonathan M. Williams.
Vittorio Caprio, Jonathan M. The book captures the latest advances in asymmetric catalysis with emphasis placed on non-enzymatic methods
Vittorio Caprio, Jonathan M. Topics covered include: Reduction of alkenes, ketones and imines. Catalysis in Asymmetric Synthesis bridges the gap between undergraduate and advanced level textbooks and provides a convenient point of entry to the primary literature for the experienced synthetic organic chemist. Lecturer in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Catalysis in asymmetric synthesis, Vittorio Caprio and Jonathan . The emphasis in this book has been on nonenzymatic methods for asymmetric catalysis, although key references to enzyme-catalysed reactions have been incorporated where appropriate. 2nd ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. I apologise if I have omitted any ‘favourite’ reactions, or if a topic has not been treated with the depth that it may deserve.
Asymmetric catalysis is an important aspect of asymmetric synthesis, and one that has seen significant progress in the development of widely applicable methodology.
Vittorio Caprio, Jonathan Williams - Catalysis in Asymmetric Synthesis (Postgraduate Chemistry Series). Vittorio Caprio, Jonathan Williams.
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Written from a synthetic organic chemistry perspective, thistext provides a practical overview of the field, illustrating awide range of transformations that can be achieved. The bookcaptures the latest advances in asymmetric catalysis with emphasisplaced on non-enzymatic methods.
Topics covered include:Reduction of alkenes, ketones and iminesNucleophilic addition to carbonyl compoundsCatalytic carbon-carbon bond forming reactionsCatalytic reactions involving metal carbenoidsConjugate addition reactions
Catalysis in Asymmetric Synthesis bridges the gap betweenundergraduate and advanced level textbooks and provides aconvenient point of entry to the primary literature for theexperienced synthetic organic chemist.