Free Radical Chain Reactions in Organic SynthesisSeries Editor:
- Alan Katritzky, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA
- O. Meth-Cohn, University of Sunderland, UK
- C. Rees, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, UK
- William Motherwell, Imperial College of Science and Technology
- David Crich, Imperial College of Science and Technology
Written for both the experienced practitioner and the newcomer, this book provides essential guidance to the practical aspects of free radical chain reactions. The book presents tried and tested synthetic schemes as well as a selection of recently developed methods describing rationally designed, highly efficient syntheses giving high yield interconversions of functional groups and carbon*b1carbon bond formation under mild, neutral conditions.Written by two experienced practitioners in the field, this volume explodes the myth that free radicals are highly reactive, non-selective intermediates.
Synthetic organic chemists in academic and industrial research.
Hardbound, 288 Pages
Published: November 1991
Imprint: Academic Press
- Some Basic Concepts of Free Radical Chain Reactions. Books and Review Articles. Substitution Reactions. Olefin Forming *gb-Elimination Reactions. Preparative Free Radical Rearrangement Reactions. Intermolecular Carbon*b1Carbon Bond Forming Free Radical Chain Reactions. Intramolecular Carbon*b1Carbon Bond Forming Free Radical Chain Reactions. Chapter References. Index of Compounds and Methods.