Organic Functional Group Preparations - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780126185522, 9781483275635

Organic Functional Group Preparations

1st Edition

Authors: Stanley R. Sandler Wolf Karo
Editors: Alfred T. Blomquist
eBook ISBN: 9781483275635
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1971
Page Count: 510
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Description

Organic Functional Group Preparations, Volume II describes 17 organic functional groups and presents a critical review of their available methods of synthesis with preparative examples of each. The book puts special attention to the presentation of specific laboratory directions for the many name reactions used in describing the synthesis of these functional groups. Each chapter deals with the preparation of a given functional group by various reaction types (condensation, elimination, oxidation, reduction) and a variety of starting materials. Ynamines, enamines, allenes, and N-nitroso compounds are some of the organic functional groups described in the text. Organic chemists will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

Contents of Volume I

Chapter 1/Allenes

1. Introduction

2. Elimination Reactions

3. Rearrangement Reactions

4. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 2/Ortho Esters

1. Introduction

2. Alcoholysis Reactions

3. Condensation Reactions

4. Elimination Reactions

5. Reduction Reactions

6. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 3/Sulfites

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 4/Enamines

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Elimination Reactions

4. Oxidation Reactions

5. Reduction Reactions

6. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 5/Ynamines

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Elimination Reactions

4. Oxidation Reactions

5. Rearrangement Reactions

6. Miscellaneous Reactions

References

Chapter 6/Ureas

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Oxidation Reactions

4. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 7/Pseudoureas

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 8/Semicarbazides

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Reactions of Carbamic Acid Derivatives to Give Semicarbazides

4. Reduction Methods

5. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 9/Carbodiimides

1. Introduction

2. Elimination Reactions

3. Oxidation Reactions

4. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 10/7V-Carbamates (Urethanes)

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Miscellaneous Reactions of Isocyanates and Alcohols

4. Miscellaneous Methods of Preparing Urethanes (N-Carbamates)

References

Chapter 11/ 0-Carbamates

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 12/Imines

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Reduction Reactions

4. Oxidation Reactions

5. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 13/Azides

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Miscellaneous Methods

References

Chapter 14/Azo Compounds

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Reduction Reactions

4. Oxidation Reactions

5. Isomerization Reactions

6. Miscellaneous Procedures

References

Chapter 15/Azoxy Compounds

1. Introduction

2. Elimination Reactions

3. Oxidation Reactions

4. Reduction Reactions

5. Isomerization Reactions

6. Miscellaneous Preparations

References

Chapter 16/C-Nitroso Compounds

1. Introduction

2. Condensation Reactions

3. Oxidation Reactions

4. Reduction Reactions

5. Miscellaneous Preparations

References

Chapter 17/TV-Nitroso Compounds

1. Introduction

2. N-Nitrosoamines

3. N-Nitrosoamides

4. N-Nitrosolactams

5. 7V-Nitrosoureas

6. N-Nitroso-JV-alkylurethanes (Alkyl N-Nitroso-TV-alkylcarbamates)

7. 7V-Nitroso-2-oxazolidones

8. l-Nitroso-3-nitroguanidines

9. N-Nitrososulfonamides

10. 7V-Nitrosohydrazine Derivatives

11. 7V-Nitrosoketimines

12. N-Nitrosohydroxylamines

References

Author Index

Name Reaction Index

Subject Index


Details

No. of pages:
510
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1971
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483275635

About the Author

Stanley R. Sandler

Wolf Karo

Wolf Karo was a winner of the Westinghouse Science Talent Search. He holds a number of patents, and has been active in developing applications of monodispersed microspheres in diagnostic testing and other areas of biotechnology. Karo received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Cornell University.

Affiliations and Expertise

Polysciences Inc.

About the Editor

Alfred T. Blomquist