Item description for Silicon-mediated Transformations of Functional Groups by Helmut Vorbrueggen...
In the first work to comprehensively cover this all-important topic, the recognized expert Helmut Vorbr?provides both organic and bioorganic chemists with much new and valuable information for preparative synthesis.
Although every organic chemist may be familiar with different aspects of silylation for the protection of functional groups, this book covers the concept of protection while simultaneously silylating-activating various functional groups, such as amides and ureas. This novel methodology opens thus numerous synthetic pathways while effecting the elimination of water in it volatile persilylated form under rather mild reaction conditions, which are often advantageous compared to conventional methods.
The compact form and clear structure of this monograph make this a long-awaited ready reference.
From the contents:
Techniques of Preparative Silylations-Desilylations
Preparation and Properties of Siliconoxy-Leaving Groups
Reactions of Free and Derivatized Carboxylic Acids and Carbon Dioxide
Reactions of Aldehydes and Ketones
Reactions of Alcohols, Ethers and Epoxides
Reaction of N-O Systems
Reactions of S-O and Se-O Systems
Cyclizations and Ring Enlargements
Base and Acid-Catalyzed as well as Thermal Eliminations of Trimethylsilanol. Peterson Reactions
Formation of Carbon-Phosphorous Double- and Triple Bonds
Reductions and Oxidations
Dehydration-Activation as well as Silylation of Inorganic and Organic Salts and Metalorganic Compounds
Formation of Polymers
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.6" Width: 6.8" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.8 lbs.
Release Date Nov 10, 2004
ISBN 3527306684 ISBN13 9783527306688
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More About Helmut Vorbrueggen
Helmut Vorbrueggen has an academic affiliation as follows - Department of Organic Chemistry, Free University, Berlin, Germany.