Carbonyl and imino groups are two of the most integral functional groups employed in organic synthesis. Specific topics discussed: reduction, alkylation, alkenylation, and arylation of these groups, as well as asymmetric aldol, Mannich, and Morita-Bayliss-Hillman reactions.
This volume is part of a 3-volume set: Science of Synthesis Stereoselective Synthesis Workbench Edition
Preface; Stereoselective Methods Towards the Synthesis of Iminosugars; Stereochemical Studies in Insect Chemistry: Synthesis and Properties of Chiral Rsesolving Agents; Stereochemistry of Aflastatin A and Blasticidin A: Application of J-based, Acetonide and NMR Database Methods.; Syntheses, Structure and Electronic Properties of Assemblies of Diastereomers of Nickel (II) Complexes with Tetracyanometalates [M(CN)4]2 (M=Ni, Pd, and Pt); (4R*, 5R*) - 4 - Benzoylamino-5-Phenyl-3-Pyrazolidinone - A Useful Building Block in the Synthesis of Functionalised Pyrazoles; Stereochemical aspects of Interaction Between some Monosaccharides and L-Alpha-Amino Acids in Aqueous Solutions; Challenges in Carbohydrate Chemistry: A Survey of Modern Approaches for L-Hexose Stereoselective Synthesis; Index.
This collection of twenty-six articles by leading experts is the first truly comprehensive account of the gas-phase electron diffraction technique. It is written for the non-specialist users of structural information.<br> <br> Part A discusses the development and present capabilities of gas electron diffraction. Several contributions deal with the combined application of various techniques. Part B contains the structural information and also presents trends and interpretations of structural variations.
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