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Stereochemistry Of Organic Compounds

  •  ISBN-10 0471016705

  •  ISBN-13 978-047101670-0

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publication info   E.L. Eliel, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 1994, 1267 pp., hard cover
mfr. no.   Wiley

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Long awaited by the chemistry community, here is the most important work on stereochemistry--the study of molecules in 3D--by the leading authorities in the field. It is the first comprehensive review of this important field in 30 years, since Eliel′s original groundbreaking work, Stereochemistry of Carbon Compounds, was published. The book provides a thorough, organized treatment of modern stereochemistry as applied to organic compounds, covering both basic principles and practical aspects. Includes over 1,000 illustrations and chemical structures, numerous tables including ones on conformational energies and physical properties, over 2,500 references, and a glosssary of terms.

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Structure.
Stereoisomers.
Symmetry.
Configuration.
Properties of Stereoisomers: Stereoisomer Discrimination.
Separation of Stereoisomers: Resolution, Racemization.
Heterotopic Ligands and Faces (Prostereoisomerism, Prochirality).
Stereochemistry of Alkenes.
Conformation of Acyclic Molecules.
Configuration and Conformation of Cyclic Molecules.
Stereoselective Synthesis.
Chiroptical Properties.
Chirality in Molecules Devoid of Chiral Centers.
Glossary.
Index.

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