Transition Metal-Catalyzed Pyridine Synthesis

Transition Metal-Catalyzed Pyridine Synthesis : Transition Metal-Catalyzed Heterocycle Synthesis Series

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Transition Metal-Catalyzed Pyridine Synthesis provides an overview of pyridines, describing properties of these heterocycle compounds and describing traditional synthetic procedures for them. The book then explores catalyzed procedures for pyridine synthesis in greater detail and depth than is currently available in published Review articles.

The short series Transition Metal-Catalyzed Heterocycles Synthesis, authored by Xiao-Feng Wu, summarizes recent achievements on heterocycles synthesis with transition metal as the catalysts, with each volume dedicated to one heterocycle compound.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 5.59mm | 160g
  • United States
  • English
  • 012809379X
  • 9780128093795

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Synthesized by Intramolecular Cyclizations

Chapter 3. Synthesized by Intermolecular Cyclizations

Chapter 4. Summary and Outlook
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About Xiao-Feng Wu

Xiao-Feng Wu was born in China in 1985. He studied chemistry in Zhejiang Sci-Tech University (China) where he got his bachelor's degree in science (2007). In the same year, he went to Rennes 1 University (France) and earned his master's degree in 2009. Then he joined Matthias Beller's group in Leibniz-Institute for Catalysis (Germany) where he completed his PhD thesis in January 2012. Subsequently, he started his independent research at ZSTU and LIKAT. His research interests include carbonylation reactions, heterocycles synthesis, and the catalytic application of cheap metals. He also was a fellow of the Max-Buchner-Forschungsstiftung. On academic record, Xiao-Feng has authored more than 120 publications in international journals, and authored or edited five books, 15 chapters, and two patents.
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