Current Trends in Organic Synthesis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080292175, 9781483279121

Current Trends in Organic Synthesis

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Organic Synthesis, Tokyo, Japan, 22-27 August 1982

Editors: Hitosi Nozaki
eBook ISBN: 9781483279121
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1983
Page Count: 442
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Current Trends in Organic Synthesis is a collection of papers presented at the Fourth International Conference on Organic Synthesis, held in Tokyo, Japan on August 22-27, 1982. This conference brings together the significant achievements in the diversified frontier fields of organic synthesis. This book is composed of 33 chapters. The first chapters focus on the synthesis of biologically active natural compounds, including metabolites of arachidonic acid, erythromycin A, verrucarins, steroids, anthracyclines, terpenes, yeast alanine t-RNA, beta-lactam antibiotics, and palitoxin. Other chapters deal with the central problems in stereoselective and chiral synthesis, as well as processes of high degree of stereochemical control and asymmetric induction. These chapters also describe chiral pool synthesis by means of carbohydrate precursors. This book also examines the methodologies in organic synthesis using reagents with boron, aluminum, transition metals, silicon, phosphorus, and sulfur. The remaining chapters are devoted to reactions involving radical initiated ring closure, small ring hydrogenolysis, annulene synthesis, vicarious nucleophilic substitution of aromatic hydrogen, and dichlorine monoxide mediated powerful chlorination. This book is of value to organic chemists and allied scientists.

Table of Contents

Organizing Committee Preface Acknowledgements Leukotrienes and Other Eicosanoids: Syntheses and Synthetic Methods Synthetic Approaches to Biologically Active Prostacyclin-Analogues The Aldol Condensation as a Tool for Stereoselective Organic Synthesis Studies Directed Towards Verrucarins: A Synthesis of Verucarol. An Approach to Verrucarin A New Approaches to the Total Synthesis of Biologically Active Natural Products Studies Directed Towards the Chemical Synthesis of Yeast Alanine tRNA Synthetic Aspects of 1-Oxacephem Antibiotics Studies Related to Beta-Lactam Compounds Stereochemistry of Palytoxin Diastereo- and Enantio-Selective Cycloaddition and Ene Reactions in Organic Synthesis Regio-, Diastereo-, and Enantioselective C-C Coupling Reactions Using Metalated Hydrazones, Formamides, Allylamines and Aminonitriles A New Methodology for the Generation of o-Quinodimethanes and Related Intermediates — An Approach to Asymmetric Synthesis of Polycycles Asymmetric Synthesis Using Enantiomerically Pure Sulfoxides Stereocontrol via Cyclization Reactions Stereocontrolled Synthesis of 25S,26-Dihydroxy and la,25S,26-Trihydroxycholecalciferol Side Chains Carbohydrate Derivatives in the Asymmetric Synthesis of Natural Products Carbohydrates as "Chiral Templates" in Organic Synthesis — Target: Boromycin Stereochemical Control in Macrocycle Synthesis Stereochemical Control in Macrocyclic Compounds New Hydroborating Agents Palladium- or Nickel-Catalyzed Cross Coupling Involving Proximally Heterofunctional Reagents Selective Reactions Using Organoaluminum Reagents New Access to Conjugated Dienes Via Carbocupration of Alkynes Quinone Synthesis with Organometallic Reagents Organo-Silicon Mediated Synthetic Reactions Trimethylsilanol as a Leaving Group in Preparative Organic Chemistry Reaction of Silyl Enol Ethers with Carbenes and Carbenoids. New Syntheses of Various Carbonyl Compounds A New Synthetic Approach to 1,4-Dicarbonyl Systems and Functionali


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