Asymmetric Fluoroorganic Chemistry

Asymmetric Fluoroorganic Chemistry : Synthesis, Applications, and Future Directions

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The substitution of fluorine in an organic molecule increases its chemical stability and changes its reactivity, sometimes leading to substantially more effective medicines, pesticides, and herbicides. This book collects current work on the synthesis of these compounds.show more

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  • Hardback | 464 pages
  • 158 x 236 x 21mm | 557g
  • American Chemical Society
  • Washington, United States
  • English
  • 0841236399
  • 9780841236394

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"Presents 20 papers from an August 1998 symposium report on the state of the art in asymmetric fluoroorganic chemistry. In a lead chapter, one of the pioneers of the field discusses fluorine-containing chiral compounds of biomedical interest. Later chapters are organized in sections on reagent- and substrate-controlled asymmetric synthesis, synthesis of fluorine-containing target molecules, bioorganic synthesis, and asymmetric fluoroorganic compounds in materials chemistry, agrochemistry, and pharmacy. Of interest to organic, materials, and medicinal chemists. The editor is affiliated with Purdue University."--SciTech Book News "Presents 20 papers from an August 1998 symposium report on the state of the art in asymmetric fluoroorganic chemistry. In a lead chapter, one of the pioneers of the field discusses fluorine-containing chiral compounds of biomedical interest. Later chapters are organized in sections on reagent- and substrate-controlled asymmetric synthesis, synthesis of fluorine-containing target molecules, bioorganic synthesis, and asymmetric fluoroorganic compounds in materials chemistry, agrochemistry, and pharmacy. Of interest to organic, materials, and medicinal chemists. The editor is affiliated with Purdue University."--SciTech Book News "Presents 20 papers from an August 1998 symposium report on the state of the art in asymmetric fluoroorganic chemistry. In a lead chapter, one of the pioneers of the field discusses fluorine-containing chiral compounds of biomedical interest. Later chapters are organized in sections on reagent- and substrate-controlled asymmetric synthesis, synthesis of fluorine-containing target molecules, bioorganic synthesis, and asymmetric fluoroorganic compounds in materials chemistry, agrochemistry, and pharmacy. Of interest to organic, materials, and medicinal chemists. The editor is affiliated with Purdue University."--SciTech Book News "Presents 20 papers from an August 1998 symposium report on the state of the art in asymmetric fluoroorganic chemistry. In a lead chapter, one of the pioneers of the field discusses fluorine-containing chiral compounds of biomedical interest. Later chapters are organized in sections on reagent- and substrate-controlled asymmetric synthesis, synthesis of fluorine-containing target molecules, bioorganic synthesis, and asymmetric fluoroorganic compounds in materials chemistry, agrochemistry, and pharmacy. Of interest to organic, materials, and medicinal chemists. The editor is affiliated with Purdue University."--SciTech Book News "Presents 20 papers from an August 1998 symposium report on the state of the art in asymmetric fluoroorganic chemistry. In a lead chapter, one of the pioneers of the field discusses fluorine-containing chiral compounds of biomedical interest. Later chapters are organized in sections on reagent- andsubstrate-controlled asymmetric synthesis, synthesis of fluorine-containing target molecules, bioorganic synthesis, and asymmetric fluoroorganic compounds in materials chemistry, agrochemistry, and pharmacy. Of interest to organic, materials, and medicinal chemists. The editor is affiliated withPurdue University."--SciTech Book Newsshow more