Alicyclic Compounds - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444814838, 9781483100913

Alicyclic Compounds

1st Edition

A Modern Comprehensive Treatise

Editors: Malcolm Sainsbury
eBook ISBN: 9781483100913
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 23rd February 1994
Page Count: 666
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Description

Rodd's Chemistry of Carbon Compounds, Volume II: Alicyclic Compounds focuses on alicyclic chemistry. The book first ponders on acyclic and monocyclic monoterpenoids, including artemisyl, santolinyl, chrysanthemyl, and other irregular systems; naturally occurring halogenated monoterpenoids; cyclobutanes; and tetramethylcyclohexanes. The text discusses the carotenoid group of natural products. Trends in carotenoid chemical research; improved methodology; optical isomerism including aliene isomerism; and geometrical isomerism are described. The book discusses cycloheptanes and cyclooctanes, large alicyclic ring systems, and polycarbonic compounds with separate ring systems and spiro compounds. The text describes polycyclic compounds and polycarbocyclic bridged ring compounds, and then discusses bicarbocyclic natural products. The Wagner-Meerwein rearrangement; camphor and related compounds; fenchone and related compounds; and carane, thujane, and pinane groups are also considered. The text is a valuable reference for readers interested in the study of carbon compounds.

Table of Contents


Alicyclic Compounds; Six- and Higher-Membered Monocarbocyclic Compounds (Partial)

Poiycarbocyclic Compounds excluding Steroids

Steroids

List of Contributors

Preface

List of Common Abbreviations and Symbols Used

Chapter 6. Acyclic and Monocyclic Monoterpenoids

1. Introduction

2. Artemisyl, Santolinyl, Chrysanthemyl and Other Irregular Systems

3. 2,6-Dimethyloctanes

4. Naturally-Occurring Halogenated Monoterpenoids

5. Cyclobutanes

6. Cyclopentanes

7. Tetramethylcyclohexanes

8. Menthanes

(a) o-Menthanes

(b) m-Menthanes

(c) p-Menthanes

Chapter 7. The Carotenoid Group of Natural Products

1. Scope of Presentation

2. Relevant Literature Overviews

3. Trends in Carotenoid Chemical Research

4. Improved Methodology

(a) Isolation and Chromatography

(b) NMR-Spectroscopy

(c) Circular Dichroism

(d) Other Spectroscopic Techniques

5. Partial and Total Synthesis

6. New Structures

(a) Higher Carotenoids (C45, C50)

(b) Nor-Carotenoids

(c) Apo-Carotenoids (C

Details

No. of pages:
666
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 1994
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
eBook ISBN:
9781483100913

About the Editor

Malcolm Sainsbury

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