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Asymmetric Phase Transfer Catalysis

Asymmetric Phase Transfer Catalysis

Keiji Maruoka (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-62263-4

Sep 2008

228 pages

$157.99

Description

Edited by the leading expert on the topic, this is the first book to present the latest developments in this exciting field. Alongside the theoretical aspects, the top contributors provide practical protocols to give readers additional important information otherwise unavailable.
A must for every synthetic chemist in academia and industry.
The Basic Principle of Phase Transfer Catalysis and Some of the Mechanistic Aspects
Cinchona-derived Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Amino Acid Synthesis
Cinchona-derived Chiral Phase-Transfer Catalysts for Other Asymmetric Synthesis
Cinchona-derived Chiral Poly (Phase Transfer Catalysts) for Asymmetric Synthesis
Binaphthyl- and Biphenyl-modified Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis
Two-center Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis
Other Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis
Crown Ethers, Taddol, Nobin and Metal(salen) Complexes as Chiral Phase Transfer Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis
Chiral Quaternary Ammonium Fluorides for Asymmetric Synthesis

""A valuable source of information … .This book should be of great value and utility for chemists working in the field of organic synthesis in academic and industrial research laboratories."" (Angewandte Chemie International Edition, November 2008)

""The book should be of a great value and utility for chemists working in the field of organic synthesis in academic and industrial research laboratories. It should convince not only a valuable and general methodology for efficient and economic manufacturing of organic chemicals, but is also becoming an efficient tool for finely stereocontrolled organic synthesis."" (Angewandte Chemie, November 10, 2008)

""The book offers a welcome introduction to asymmetric phase-transfer catalysis and can be highly recommended as an addition to chemical libraries."" (Journal of the American Chemical Society, September 17, 2008)