By K. C. Nicolaou
This ebook is a needs to for each artificial chemist. With didactic ability and readability, okay. C. Nicolaou and E. Sorensen current the main awesome and inventive overall syntheses from awesome man made natural chemists.
To make the complicated ideas extra obtainable, specially to the amateur, each one overall synthesis is analyzed retrosynthetically. The authors then conscientiously clarify every one artificial step and provides tricks on replacement tools and capability pitfalls. a number of references to valuable reports and the unique literature make this booklet an vital resource of extra information.
Special emphasis is put on the skillful use of snap shots and schemes: Retrosynthetic analyses, response sequences, and stereochemically an important steps are offered in boxed sections in the textual content. for simple reference, key intermediates also are proven within the margins.
Graduate scholars and researchers alike will locate this publication a gold mine of helpful details crucial for his or her day-by-day paintings. each man made natural chemist should want to have a replica on his or her table.
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Classics in total synthesis by K. C. Nicolaou