A concise and informative collection of articles on the synthesis of organic, biological and medicinal materials. Key Features:
Detailed information on 200 reagents to be used for the functionalization of C-H bonds in the carbon backbone of organic molecules
A systematic approach to the use of organometallic compounds in organic synthesis
Articles will stress chemical aspects such as yield, conversion, specifity [enantio, stereo, regio, chemo], and where applicable, catalyst loading/turnover
About the Author
Professor Philip L. Fuchs, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University, IN He began his career at Purdue in 1973. Since that time, he has graduated an extended family of 55 Ph.D.s. His awards and honors include an Eli Lilly young faculty fellowship (1975), an Alfred P. Sloan fellowship (1977), a Pioneer in Laboratory Robotics award (1986), a Martin teaching award (1991), and being voted by the students as one of Top 10 Teachers in School of Science at Purdue (1991, 1993, 1995, 1996). Fuchs has consulted for Pfizer, and Eli Lilly, served on the editorial board of The Journal of Organic Chemistry, and is currently an executive editor for the Electronic Encyclopedia of Organic Reagents (e-EROS), an online dynamic encyclopedia published by John Wiley & Sons.