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Chiral Auxiliaries and Ligands in Asymmetric Synthesis

  •  ISBN-10 0471116076

  •  ISBN-13 978-047111607-3



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publication info   J. Seyden-Penne, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 1995, 736 pp., hard cover
mfr. no.   Wiley


General description

Chiral molecules are molecules that come in left and right handed forms - they are mirror images of each other and behave differently in the body. This important book show chemists how to prepare chiral molecules to get the desired form. Presents an overview of the chiral auxiliaries, reagents and catalysts used in synthesis. Covers underlying principles.

Table of Contents

Enantiomerically Pure Chiral Auxiliaries.
Chiral Reagents.
Chiral Catalysis and Catalysts Bearing Chiral Ligands.
Asymmetric Deprotonations and Protonations.
Alkylations and Related Reactions.
Additions to C=O and C=N Double Bonds.
Additions to Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds.
Additions to Double Bonds Bearing Heteroatoms; Oxidations of Sulfides and Selenides.
Sigmatropic Rearrangements.
Transition Metal Catalyzed Reactions.

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HKR Epoxides

One of the most effective and recent methods for obtaining several classes of chiral building blocks is Jacobsen’s hydrolytic kinetic resolution technique (HKR). The method provides general access to...
Aldrich ChemFiles 2005, 5.4, 17.
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