Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Volume 126, is the definitive series in the field, one that is of great importance to organic chemists, polymer chemists and many biological scientists. Because biology and organic chemistry increasingly intersect, the associated nomenclature is used more frequently in explanations. Updates to this release include sections on The Literature of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Part XVI, 2016, The preparation and properties of heteroarylazulenes and hetero-fused azulenes, Recent developments in pyrazole chemistry, Yne, Ene-Yne Synthetic Approaches to Heterocycles, Appel Salt and Heterocycles: A review of Thirty Years of 4,5-Dichloro-1,2,3-dithiazolium Chloride Chemistry, and more.
Written by established authorities in the field, this comprehensive review combines descriptive synthetic chemistry and mechanistic insight to yield an understanding on how chemistry drives the preparation and useful properties of heterocyclic compounds.
- Considered the definitive serial in the field of heterocyclic chemistry
- Serves as the go-to reference for organic chemists, polymer chemists and many biological scientists
- Provides timely, comprehensive reviews written by established authorities in the field
- Combines descriptive synthetic chemistry and mechanistic insight to enhance understanding on how chemistry drives the preparation and useful properties of heterocyclic compounds
Graduate students and research workers in academic and industrial laboratories, organic chemists, polymer chemists and biological scientists
- The Preparation and Properties of Heteroarylazulenes and Hetero-Fused Azulenes
- Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Pyrazoles
- Recent Developments in the Chemistry of 1,2,3-Thiadiazoles
- The Literature of Heterocyclic Chemistry, Part XVI, 2016
Taku Shoji and Shunji Ito
Andrew W. Brown
Yuri Shafran, Tatiana Glukhareva, Wim Dehaen and Vasiliy Bakulev
Leonid I. Belen’kii and Yulia B. Evdokimenkova
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- 22nd May 2018
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Eric Scriven was educated in the UK and appointed lecturer in organic chemistry at the University of Salford in 1971. He joined Reilly Industries in 1979, and was Head of Research & Development 1991-2003. He is now Publishing Editor of Arkivoc and is based at the Department of Chemistry, University of Florida in Gainesville. His research interests are in heterocyclic chemistry, especially pyridines. He has over 100 publications and patents in heterocyclic chemistry. He has also published and consulted in the field of technology management. He was a founding editor (with Hans Suschitzky) of Progress in Heterocyclic Chemistry now in its 25th year. He has collaborated with Alan Katritzky and others as an Editor-in-Chief of Comprehensive Heterocyclic Chemistry 2nd and 3rd editions. He has edited two other works, Azides and Nitrenes (1984), and Pyridines (2013).
Portland, Oregon, USA
Chris Ramsden was born in Manchester, UK in 1946. He is a graduate of Sheffield University and received his PhD in 1970 for a thesis entitled ‘Meso-ionic Compounds’ (W. D. Ollis) and a DSc in 1990. Subsequently he was a Robert A. Welch Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Texas (with M. J. S. Dewar)(1971-3), working on the development and application of semi-empirical MO methods, and an ICI Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of East Anglia (with A. R. Katritzky)(1973-6), working on the synthesis of novel heterocycles. In 1976 he moved to the pharmaceutical industry and was Head of Medicinal Chemistry (1986-1992) at Rhone-Poulenc, London. He moved to Keele University as Professor of Organic Chemistry in 1992, where he is now Emeritus Professor. His research interests include the structure and preparation of novel heterocycles, three-centre bonding in the context of the chemistry of betaines and hypervalent species, and the properties of the enzyme tyrosinase and related ortho-quinone chemistry. He was an Editor-in-Chief of ‘Comprehensive Heterocyclic Chemistry III’ and a co-author of ‘The Handbook of Heterocyclic Chemistry, 3rd Edn, 2010.
Keele University, Staffordshire, UK