Science of Synthesis: Asymmetric Organocatalysis Vol. 1

Science of Synthesis: Asymmetric Organocatalysis Vol. 1 : Lewis Base and Acid Catalysts

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Asymmetric Organocatalysis comprehensively covers all the catalysts and reactions within the activation modes Lewis base catalysis and Lewis acid catalysis. Typical or general experimental procedures as well as mechanistic, technical and theoretical aspects are included, allowing the reader to clearly see how simple, clean and efficient this chemistry is.






Authoritative, broad overview of the field, compiled by 36 experts
Critical presentation of the best organocatalytic and related methodologies available today for practical asymmetric synthesis
Provides alternative, greener syntheses with simple and easily used catalysts helping avoid the use of expensive and/or toxic metals
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  • Paperback | 992 pages
  • 171 x 254 x 56mm | 1,782g
  • Stuttgart, Germany
  • German
  • 1. Auflage
  • 3131693614
  • 9783131693617
  • 2,924,757

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Authoritative, broad overview of the field, compiled by 36 experts Critical presentation of the best organocatalytic and related methodologies available today for practical asymmetric synthesis Provides alternative, greener syntheses with simple and easily used catalysts helping avoid the use of expensive and/or toxic metals

"Asymmetric Organocatalysis 1" comprehensively covers all the catalysts and reactions within the activation modes Lewis base catalysis and Lewis acid catalysis. Typical or general experimental procedures as well as mechanistic, technical and theoretical aspects are included, allowing the reader to clearly see how simple, clean and efficient this chemistry is.

This volume is part of a 2-volume set:
Science of Synthesis Asymmetric Organocatalysis Workbench Edition

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About Benjamin List

Max-Planck-Inst.f.Kohlenforschung, Mulheim, Germany
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