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Radicals in organic synthesis

Bernd Giese

Radicals in organic synthesis

formation of carbon-carbon bonds

by Bernd Giese

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Free radicals (Chemistry),
  • Reactivity (Chemistry),
  • Chemistry, Physical organic.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBernd Giese.
    SeriesOrganicchemistry series -- vol.5
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD471
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii,294p. :
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22643410M
    ISBN 100080324932, 0080324940

    Radicals and radical ions are important intermediates with wide use in organic synthesis. The first book to concentrate on reagents for the creation and use of radicals and radical ions, this new volume in the Handbooks of Reagents for Organic Synthesis series compiles articles taken from the e-eros database, on reagents for use in radical and radical chemistry, to help the . Free Radical Chain Reactions in Organic Synthesis A volume in Best Synthetic Methods. Book • this book provides essential guidance to the practical aspects of free radical chain reactions. The book presents tried and tested synthetic schemes as well as a selection of recently developed methods describing rationally designed, highly.

    In a modern context the first organic (carbon–containing) radical identified was triphenylmethyl radical, (C 6 H 5) 3 C•. This species was discovered by Moses Gomberg in In Morris S. Kharasch and Frank Mayo proposed that free radicals were responsible for anti-Markovnikov addition of hydrogen bromide to allyl bromide. Cuerva, Juan M. Campaña, Araceli G. Justicia, José Rosales, Antonio Oller-López, Juan L. Robles, Rafael Cárdenas, Diego J. Buñuel, Elena and Oltra, J. Enrique Water: The Ideal Hydrogen-Atom Source in Free-Radical Chemistry Mediated by TiIII and Other Single-Electron-Transfer Metals Cited by:

    in organic synthesis, is widely used to oxidise alkenes to the vicinal diols Oxalyl chloride: used in organic synthesis for the preparation of acid chlorides from the corresponding carboxylic acids Palladium(II) acetate: a catalyst for many organic reactions by combining with many common classes of organic compounds to form reactive adduct. Product Information. Zard provides a description of radical reactions and their applications in organic synthesis. He illustrates that armed with an elementary knowledge of kinetics and some common sense, it is possible to harness radicals into a tremendously powerful tool for solving synthetic problems.


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About this book. Over the past few years, radical chemistry has witnessed a rapid development, with the result, for example, that new methods for producing radicals now allow the targeted use of these reactive intermediate stages in organic synthesis.

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Pages Davies, David Ian (et al.) Book Title Free Radicals in Organic Synthesis Authors. Davies; M. Parrott; Series Title. "Radical Reactions in Organic Synthesis" is both, a text book for the advanced students and a companion for research chemist, who did rarely worked with radicals so far.

I recommend the reading of the book especially to the last-mentioned group of people. Radicals in organic synthesis: formation of carbon-carbon bonds Volume 5 of Organic chemistry series Volume 5 of Organic Chemistry Series - Pergamon Press: Author: Bernd Giese: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Pergamon Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN: Free Radicals in Organic Synthesis.

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David Ian Davies, Maxwell. In addition, radical chemistry is widely utilized in organic synthesis and has implications in many biological processes including cell damage.

[2] [3] Indeed, scavenging radicals from cells forms an important aspect of the cell machinery in biological systems. 4 In view of this ubiquity and importance. The Radical‐Polar Crossover Reaction. Search for more papers by this author.

Book Editor(s): Prof. Philippe Renaud. Universite de Fribourg, Institut de Chimie Organique, Pérolles, CH‐ Fribourg, Switzerland. Search for more papers by this author Radicals in Organic Synthesis. Related; Information; Close Figure Viewer. Browse All Cited by: Books: • An Introduction to Free Radical Chemisty, Andrew Parson,Blackwell Science Ldt.; a basic introdution; • Radical Reactions in Organic Synthesis, Samir Zard,Oxford University Press; highyl recommended; some schemes and examples in this seminar are taken from this reference ; • Radicals in Organic Synthesis Vols.1&2, Size: KB.

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In book: Radicals in Organic Synthesis, pp - Cite this publication. Armido Studer. The 1st part is dealing with the coupling of persistent or longer‐lived organic radicals. In the 2nd. Radicals in Organic Synthesis Philippe Renaud, Mukund P. Sibi Over the past few years, radical chemistry has witnessed a rapid development, with the result, for example, that new methods for producing radicals now allow the targeted use of these reactive intermediate stages in organic synthesis.

Radical Reactions in Organic Synthesis. Zard provides a description of radical reactions and their applications in organic synthesis.

He illustrates that armed with an elementary knowledge of kinetics and some common sense, it is possible to harness radicals into a tremendously powerful tool for solving synthetic problems. ChemInform Abstract: Free Radicals in Organic Synthesis.

A Novel Synthesis of Glycerol Based on Ethylene Glycol and Formaldehyde. ChemInform19 (50) DOI: /chinCited by: 6. Radical reduction of alkyl and aryl halides is a fundamental and important reaction in organic synthesis, and has been extensively used.

On the other hand, the conversion of halides to alcohols is a typical S N 1 or S N 2 reaction in the polar reaction method, and generally the reactions require basic conditions. Radicals in Organic Synthesis: Formation of Carbon-Carbon Bonds (Organic Chemistry) This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.

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• The last 10–15 years have seen the development of free radical chemistry in organic synthesis • Major obstacle is the ability of radicals to react with themselves • Overcome by only having a very low concentration of radicals present in a reaction • Now there are many ways to use these highly reactive species in selective File Size: 38KB.

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