Description

This Volume covers the formation of carbon-carbon single-, double- and triple bonds by substitution and addition reactions as well as by various rearrangements. The formation of carbon-carbon multiple bonds by elimination and condensation procedures is fully documented. In addition the synthesis of carbon-hydrogen bonds principally by substitution and addition reactions is featured as is the preparation of a wide variety of carbon-centred anions, cations and radicals.

Table of Contents

One or more CH bond(s) by substitution: reduction of C-halogen and C-chalcogen bonds (A.G. Sutherland). One or more CH bond(s) by substitution: reduction of C-nitrogen, -phosphorus, -arsenic, -antimony, -bismuth, -carbon, -silicon, -germanium, -boron and -metal bonds (J. Howarth). Two or more CH bond(s) by addition to C-C multiple bonds (K. Jones). One or more CC bond(s) by substitution: substitution of halogen (G. Edwards). One or more CC bond(s) by substitution: substitution of chalcogen (T.N. Birkinshaw). One or more CC bond(s) by substitution: substitution of C-nitrogen -phosphorus, -arsenic, -antimony, -bismuth, -carbon, -silicon, -germanium, -boron and -metal functions (P.C.B. Page). One or more CC bond(s) by addition: addition of carbon electrophiles & nucleophiles to multiple bonds (A. Armstrong). One or more CC bond(s) by addition: addition of carbon radicals & electrocyclic additions to CC multiple bonds (A. Clark, P. Taylor). One or more CH and/or CX bond(s) by rearrangement (I. Coldham). One or more = CH bond(s) by substitution or addition (M. Hayes). One or more =CC bond(s) by substitution or addition (P.G. Steel). One or more C=C bond(s) by addition (A.C. Regan). One or more C=C bond(s) by elimination of hydrogen, carbon, halogen, or oxygen functions (J.M. Percy). One or more C=C bond(s) by elimination of sulphur, selenium, tellurium, nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, bismuth, silicon, germanium, boron or metal functions (A.R. Maguire). One or more C=C Bond(s) by condensation: condensation of non-heteroatom linked functions, halides, chalcogen, or nitrogen functions (C.M. Rayner). One or more C=C bond(s) by condensation: condensation of phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, bismuth, silicon, germanium, boron or metal functions (I. Gosney, D. Lloyd). One or more C=C bond(s) by electrocyclic processes (H. McNab). One or more =CH, =CC and/or C=C bond(s) by rearrangement (P.J. Murphy). Tricoordinate anions, cations and radical

Details

Language:
English
Copyright:
© 1995
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
Print ISBN:
9780080423227
Electronic ISBN:
9780080912752