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Stereochemistry and Stereoselective Synthesis: An Introduction

Stereochemistry and Stereoselective Synthesis: An Introduction

Mihály Nógrádi, László Poppe, József Nagy, Gábor Hornyánszky, Zoltán Boros

ISBN: 978-3-527-34117-7

Jul 2016

280 pages

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Written by a well-respected and experienced author, this textbook fills the gap for a concise introduction to the key concepts of organic stereochemistry and the most important classical and modern methods in stereoselective synthesis.
The concepts are extensively illustrated in color, with practical examples and question-answer sets to help consolidate the reader's knowledge. In addition, animations are available from the Wiley website.
A must-have for students in chemistry, biochemistry, and life sciences, as well as researchers in pharmaceutical and agrochemical companies in need of a quick introduction to the field.

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BASIC PRINCIPLES AT THE MOLECULAR LEVEL
1.) Structure and Properties
2.) Concepts of Stereochemistry
PROPERTIES AT THE LEVEL OF MOLECULAR SETS
3.) Time Scales, Conformational Changes
4.) Tautomerism
5.) Absolute Configuration
6.) Enantiomeric Composition
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SELECTIVE REACTIONS
7.) Main Types of Selectivities
8.) Classification of Selectivities
9.) Stereospecific and Stereoselective Reactions
10.) Applications of Stereoselective Reactions
11.) Stoichiometric Methods
12.) Catalytic Methods
Received a review published in ‘l’actualité chimique - février 2017 - n° 415’