Annual Reports in Organic SynthesisEdited by
- Philip Weintraub, Hoechst Marion Roussel, Bridgewater, New Jersey, USA
- Jeffrey Sabol, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Bridgewater, New Jersey, USA
- Peter Norris, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio, USA
- Kenneth Turnbull, Wright State University, Department of Chemistry, Dayton, Ohio, USA
Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis 2004 provides an organized annual review of synthetically useful information that proves beneficial to organic chemists, both specialists and nonspecialists in synthesis.
Information appears as promptly as possible after the close of the abstracting period and is presented in an organized manner.
Chapters I to III are organized by reaction type.
Chapter IV deals with methods of synthesizing heterocyclic systems.
Chapter V covers the use of protecting groups.
Chapter VI deals with those synthetically useful transformations that do not fit easily into the first three chapters.
In Chapter VII, the reviews have been divided into sections to help the reader to quickly find a review on a specific topic.
For organic, medicinal and polymer chemists in academia and industry
Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis
Paperback, 440 Pages
Published: December 2004
Imprint: Academic Press
CARBON–CARBON BOND FORMING REACTIONS A. Carbon–Carbon Single Bonds.
B. Carbon–Carbon Double Bonds.
C. Carbon–Carbon Triple Bonds.
E. Thermal and Photochemical Reactions.
F. Aromatic Substitutions Forming a New Carbon-Carbon Bond.
G. Synthesis via Organometallics.
OXIDATIONSA. C-O Oxidations.
B. C-H Oxidations.
C. C-N Oxidations.
D. Amine Oxidations.
E. Sulfur Oxidations.
F. Oxidative Additions to C-C Multiple Bonds.
G. Phenol-Quinone Oxidation.
I. Other Oxidations.
REDUCTIONSA. C=O Reductions.
B. C-N Multiple Bond Reductions.
C. Reduction of Sulfur Compounds.
D. N-O Reductions.
E. C-C Multiple Bond Reductions.
F. Hetero Bond Reductions.
G. Reductive Cleavages.
H. Reduction of Azides.
I. Other Reductions.
SYNTHESIS OF HETEROCYCLES A. Oxiranes, Aziridines, and Thiiranes.PROTECTING GROUPS A. Aldehyde and Ketone Protecting Groups.
B. Oxetanes, Azetidines, and Thietanes.
E. Furans and Thiophenes.
F. Pyrroles, Indoles, etc.
G. Pyridines, Quinolines, etc.
H. Pyrans, Pyrones, and Sulfur Analogues.
I. Other Heterocycles with One Heteroatom.
J. Heterocycles with a Bridgehead Heteroatom.
K. Heterocycles with Two or More Heteroatoms.
L. Other Heterocyles.
B. Amino Acid Protection.
C. Amine Protecting Groups.
D. Carboxyl Protecting Groups.
E. Hydroxyl Protecting Groups.
F. Other Protecting Groups.
USEFUL SYNTHETIC PREPARATIONSA. Functional Group Preparations.REVIEWS A. Techniques.
B. Additions to Alkenes and Alkynes.
C. Boron Compounds.
D. Nucleosides, Nucleotides etc.
E. Phosphorus, Selenium and Tellurium Compounds.
F. Silicon Compounds.
G. Sulfur Compounds.
H. Tin Compounds.
B. Asymmetric Synthesis and Molecular Recognition.
D. Reactive Intermediates.
E. Organometallics and Metalloids.
F. Halogen Compounds and Halogenation.
G. Natural Products.
H. Others. SELECTED TOPICAL AREAS A. Fullerene Chemistry.
B. Taxol and Related Taxane Chemistry.
C. Dendrimers, Calixarenes and Other Unnatural Products.
D. Total Syn. of Selected Natural Products.
E. Reactions in Polar Media.
F. Combinatorial Chemistry.