Item description for Modern Organocopper Chemistry by Norbert Krause...
Organocopper compounds are now an integral tool in every modern preparative laboratory, allowing important stages of synthesis to be carried out selectively and in an elegant fashion. Yet a certain amount of experience is needed if they are to be used effectively. Non-experts in the field often have difficulty in choosing the most suitable reagent and reaction conditions for a particular synthetic problem.
This handbook, edited by Norbert Krause, answers such questions, since it contains numerous useful tips and tricks on organocopper compounds gained from personal experience by an international team of authors. Organized according to reaction type and selectivity problem, it allows chemists working in both academia and industry laboratories to determine the optimal reagent for their needs. Chapters on structural and mechanistic aspects, as well as the use of organocopper compounds in target-oriented synthesis, complete this handbook which will stimulate a more effective use of these synthesis tools in everyday laboratory practice.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.74" Width: 7" Height: 0.93" Weight: 1.92 lbs.
Release Date Apr 11, 2002
ISBN 3527297731 ISBN13 9783527297733
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More About Norbert Krause
Norbert Krause, born in 1959, obtained his PhD in chemistry in 1986 under H. Hopf at the Technical University of Braunschweig. After postdoctoral appointments with D. Seebach (ETH Zurich) and M. Saunders (Yale University), he obtained his qualification in the group led by K. Hafner at the Technical University of Darmstadt in 1993. He was appointed to the University of Bonn in 1994 and subsequently moved to become Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Dortmund in 1998. He has received several awards, including the ADUC annual award for lecturers (1993), a Heisenberg scholarship (1994), and a JSPS Fellowship (2003).
A. Stephen K. Hashmi is Professor for Organic Chemistry at Stuttgart University. Born in Munich, Germany, he completed his studies at the LMU Munich, gaining his doctorate under the supervision of Gunter Szeimies. During his post-doctorate at Stanford University, he worked with Barry M. Trost. His further postdoctoral work at the FU Berlin, Vienna University and Frankfurt University with Johann Mulzer and further activities at the University of Tasmania and Marburg University culminated in his position at Stuttgart University in 2001.
Norbert Krause has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Dortmund, Germany University of Dortmund, Organic Chemis.