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eBook Solid-Phase Organic Syntheses, Volume 2: Solid-Phase Palladium Chemistry (Wiley Series on Solid-Phase Organic Syntheses) ePub

by Peter J. H. Scott

  • ISBN: 0470566655
  • Category: Chemistry
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Peter J. H. Scott
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (August 14, 2012)
  • Pages: 184
  • ePub book: 1745 kb
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16. Palladium-Catalyzed Solid-Phase Synthesis of Allylic Amines 145 Richard C. D. Brown and Martin L. Fisher.

PETER J. H. SCOTT is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Michigan Medical School. 16.

Solid-Phase Organic Syntheses, Volume 2. Article in ChemInform 44(15) . Solid phase intramolecular Heck coupling allows the synthesis of 2-oxindoles. Article in ChemInform 44(15) · April 2013 with 1 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. These compounds serve as N-heterocyclic carbene precursors and were attached to a dipeptide on solid support by means of standard peptide coupling techniques.

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Volume 2 solid-phase palladium chemistry. People’s Republic of China. Solid-Phase Organic Syntheses. Wiley also publishes its books in a variety of electronic formats. A john wiley & sons, in. publication. Volume 2 solid-phase palladium chemistry.

Integrates solid-phase organic synthesis with palladiumchemistry

The Wiley Series on Solid-Phase Organic Syntheses keepsresearchers current with major accomplishments in solid-phaseorganic synthesis, providing full experimental details. Followingthe validated, tested, and proven experimental procedures, readerscan easily perform a broad range of complex syntheses needed fortheir own experiments and industrial applications. The series isconveniently organized into themed volumes according to thespecific type of synthesis.

This second volume in the series focuses on palladium chemistryin solid-phase synthesis, exploring palladium catalysts andreactions, procedures for preparation and utilization, ligands, andlinker reactions. The first part of the volume offers acomprehensive overview of the field. Next, the chapters areorganized into three parts:

Part Two: Palladium-Mediated Solid-Phase Organic SynthesesPart Three: Immobilized Catalysts and LigandsPart Four: Palladium-Mediated Multifunctional Cleavage

Each chapter is written by one or more leading internationalexperts in palladium chemistry. Their contributions reflect athorough examination and review of the current literature as wellas their own first-hand laboratory experience. References at theend of each chapter serve as a gateway to the field'sliterature.

The introduction of palladium-mediated, cross-coupling reactionsmore than thirty years ago revolutionized the science ofcarbon-carbon bond formation. It has now become a cornerstone oftoday's synthetic organic chemistry laboratory. With this volume,researchers in organic and medicinal chemistry have access to asingle resource that explains the fundamentals of palladiumchemistry in solid-phase synthesis and sets forth clear,step-by-step instructions for conducting their own syntheses.