Based on recent successful natural products syntheses, the Organic Synthesis Workbooks series provides a clearly structured, well explained step-by-step guide to train modern reactions of organic synthesis, thereby combining fundamentals with latest advances in synthetic chemistry. The exceptional, didactical unique problem/solution style makes it a valuable must for any interested organic chemist. Each problem is clearly divided into key reactions and detailed explanations with rapid cross-references providing substantial assistance in solving synthetic problems. About the Previous Volume: qThe brevity and clarity of style, and the clear layout all contribute to ready assimilation. Mechanims are provided in a way that leads to a clear understanding of the major principles. Any organic postgraduate student can gain much from this book, and should own a copy.q C. M. Marson, University College London, in: Applied Organometallic ChemistryTom Kinzel, Felix Major, Christian Raith, Thomas Redert, Florian Stecker, Nina TAplle, Julia Zinngrebe. Preface In ... We have not changed the tested original concept of the book, but have included a new part in each chapter, the Key Chemistry. ... In the solution the right answer is presented, giving either product or reagents and reaction conditions. ... Contents Chapter 1 Mienfiensine (Overman 2005) p?
|Title||:||Organic Synthesis Workbook III|
|Author||:||Tom Kinzel, Felix Major, Christian Raith, Thomas Redert, Florian Stecker, Nina Tölle, Julia Zinngrebe|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-VCH - 2007-07-23|