Organometallic Reagents : Organic Synthesis
Organometallic chemistry has always been an important part of organic chemistry, but never more so than today. The expansion of synthetic methodology employing organometallic reagents and metallo-species in the last twenty years has been phenomenal. This book brings together experts across the whole range of fields associated with organometallic chemistry to provide a spectrum of up-to-date information. It will be of interest to organic chemists and medicinal chemists in academia and the pharamceutical industry.
- Hardback | 352 pages
- 160.3 x 238.5 x 21.1mm | 612.11g
- 04 Feb 1994
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
The use of n2Co2(CO)6-Acetylene complexes for the synthesis of enediyne antitumour antibiotics; metals in organic chemistry - is it worth taking the risk?; recent studies on the development of some new organometallic reactions for organic synthesis; stereocontrol in palladium-catalyzed reactions; highly diastereoselective additions of organometallics to chiral 1,3-Oxazolidines; first total synthesis of Scopadulcic Acid B - an illustration of the utility of palladium catalyzed polyene cyclizations; the synthesis of a-heteroalkenylmetals via hydrometallation and metallometallation of alkynes; stereocontrolled, catalytic transitions metal-ene type cyclizations in organic synthesis; perspectives in supramolecular chemistry from molecular recognition towards self-organization; Cram's Rule in radical chemistry; polycycle constructions by transition metal catalyzed and radical mediated processes.