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The Chemistry of Organic Selenium and Tellurium Compounds, Volume 4, Parts 1 and 2 Set

Zvi Rappoport (Editor), Joel F. Liebman (Series Editor), Ilan Marek (Series Editor), Saul Patai (Founding Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-118-33693-9
1700 pages
May 2014
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The understanding of functional groups is key for the understanding of all organic chemistry. In the tradition of Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groupseach volume in this series treats all aspects of functional groups. Each volume contains a wide range of chapters, touching on theoretical, analytical, synthetic, biological and biochemical, and industrial aspects. Selenium and Tellurium have seen a huge growth in interest.

This fourth volume covers again all areas of organic and physical organic chemistry, but it is especially strong on the area of the synthesis of biologically active compounds. This makes this volume especially interesting for medicinal chemists.

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Table of Contents

1 Synthesis of organoselenium compounds 1
Sanjio S. Zade and Harkesh B. Singh

2 Synthesis of organotellurium compounds 181
Sanjio S. Zade and Harkesh B. Singh

3 NMR of organoselenium and organotellurium compounds 277
Arunashree Panda and Harkesh B. Singh

4 Advances in the photochemistry of organoselenium and organotellurium compounds 447
Akihiko Ouchi, Wataru Ando, and Makoto Oba

5 Rearrangements of organoselenium and organotellurium compounds 543
Osamu Niyomura and Toshiaki Murai

6 Electrophilic selenium/tellurium reagents: Reactivity and their contribution to Green Chemistry 569
Claudio Santi and Caterina Tidei

7 Synthesis of selenium and tellurium ylides and carbanions. Application to organic synthesis 657
João V. Comasseto, Leandro Piovan, and Edison P. Wendler

8 Organic conductors containing selenium and tellurium 735
Filipe Vilela, Zuzana Vobecka, and Peter J. Skabara

9 Organic diselenides, ditellurides, polyselenides and polytellurides. Synthesis and reactions 765
Vladimir A. Potapov

10 Organic selenocyanates, tellurocyanates and related compounds 845
Akio Toshimitsu

11 Recent advances of structural chemistry of organoselenium and organotellurium compounds 885
Waro Nakanishi, Satoko Hayashi, Masato Hashimoto, Massimiliano Arca, Maria Carla Aragoni, and Vito Lippolis

12 Supramolecular architectures based on M(lone pair) · · · π(arene) interactions for M=Se and Te 973
Ignez Caracelli, Ionel Haiduc, Julio Zukerman-Schpector, and Edward R. T. Tiekink

13 Synthesis of biologically relevant small molecules containing selenium. Part A. Antioxidant compounds 989
Antonio L. Braga and Jamal Rafique

14 Synthesis of biologically relevant small molecules containing selenium. Part B. Anti-infective and anticancer compounds 1053
Antonio L. Braga and Jamal Rafique

15 Synthesis of biologically relevant small molecules containing selenium. Part C. Miscellaneous biological activities 1119
Antonio L. Braga and Jamal Rafique

16 Enzyme mimetic chemistry of organoselenium compounds 1175
Debasish Bhowmick and Govindasamy Mugesh

17 Selenium and tellurium derivatives of carbohydrates and nucleotides 1237
Anna Maciaszek, Agnieszka Tomaszewska, and Piotr Guga

18 Selenium and tellurium heterocycles 1279
Margaret E. Logan, Meredith A. Lang, and Michael R. Detty

19 Recent advances in the insertion and extrusion reactions of selenium and tellurium in organic compounds 1361
Frank S. Guziec, Jr. and Lynn James Guziec

20 Organic compounds containing bonds between Se or Te with P, As, Sb and Bi 1401
Toshiaki Murai

21 Coordination chemistry of organoselenium and organotellurium compounds 1433
Yuichiro Mutoh

22 Positively charged selenium- and tellurium-stabilized species 1501
Soichi Sato

23 A summary of functional groups containing selenium and tellurium: A catalog of the many groups that are known and some that are not 1515
Janet E. Hack and Joel F. Liebman

Author index 1523

Subject index

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