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Author Li, Jie Jack.

Title Name reactions : a collection of detailed reaction mechanisms / Jie Jack Li
Edition Third expanded edition
Published Berlin ; New York : Springer, [2006]
©2006
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Contents Alder ene reaction 1 -- Aldol condensation 3 -- Algar-Flynn-Oyamada reaction 5 -- Allan-Robinson reaction 8 -- Appel reaction 10 -- Arndt-Eistert homologation 12 -- Baeyer-Villiger oxidation 14 -- Baker-Venkataraman rearrangement 16 -- Bamberger rearrangement 18 -- Bamford-Stevens reaction 20 -- Barbier coupling reaction 22 -- Bargellini reaction 24 -- Bartoli indole synthesis 26 -- Barton radical decarboxylation 28 -- Barton-McCombie deoxygenation 30 -- Barton nitrite photolysis 32 -- Barton-Zard reaction 34 -- Batcho-Leimgruber indole synthesis 36 -- Baylis-Hillman reaction 39 -- Beckmann rearrangement 41 -- Beirut reaction 43 -- Benzilic acid rearrangement 45 -- Benzoin condensation 47 -- Bergman cyclization 49 -- Biginelli pyrimidone synthesis 51 -- Birch reduction 53 -- Bischler-Mohlau indole synthesis 55 -- Bischler-Napieralski reaction 57 -- Blaise reaction 59 -- Blanc chloromethylation 61 -- Blum aziridine synthesis 63 -- Boekelheide reaction 65 -- Boger pyridine synthesis 67 -- Borch reductive amination 69 -- Borsche-Drechsel cyclization 71 -- Boulton-Katritzky rearrangement 73 -- Bouveault aldehyde synthesis 75 -- Bouveault-Blanc reduction 77 -- Boyland-Sims oxidation 79 -- Bradsher reaction 81 -- Brook rearrangement 83 -- Brown hydroboration 85 -- Bucherer carbazole synthesis 87 -- Bucherer reaction 90 -- Bucherer-Bergs reaction 92 -- Buchner-Curtius-Schlotterbeck reaction 94 -- Buchner method of ring expansion 96 -- Buchwald-Hartwig C-N bond and C-O bond formation reactions 98 -- Burgess dehydrating reagent 100 -- Cadiot-Chodkiewicz coupling 102 -- Camps quinolinol synthesis 104 -- Cannizzaro dispropotionation 107 -- Carroll rearrangement 109 -- Castro-Stephens coupling 112 -- Chan alkyne reduction 114 -- Chan-Lam coupling reaction 116 -- Chapman rearrangement 118 -- Chichibabin pyridine synthesis 120 -- Chugaev reaction 123 -- Ciamician-Dennsted rearrangement 125 -- Claisen condensation 127 -- Claisen isoxazole synthesis 129 -- Claisen rearrangement 131 -- Abnormal Claisen rearrangement 133 -- Eschenmoser-Claisen amide acetal rearrangement 135 -- Ireland-Claisen (silyl ketene acetal) rearrangement 137 -- Johnson-Claisen (orthoester) rearrangement 139 -- Clemmensen reduction 141 -- Combes quinoline synthesis 144 -- Conrad-Limpach reaction 147 -- Cope elimination reaction 149 -- Cope rearrangement 151 -- Oxy-Cope rearrangement 152 -- Anionic oxy-Cope rearrangement 153 -- Corey-Bakshi-Shibata (CBS) reduction 154 -- Corey-Chaykovsky reaction 157 -- Corey-Fuchs reaction 160 -- Corey-Kim oxidation 162 -- Corey-Nicolaou macrolactonization 164 -- Corey-Seebach dithiane reaction 166 -- Corey-Winter olefin synthesis 168 -- Criegee glycol cleavage 171 -- Criegee mechanism of ozonolysis 173 -- Curtius rearrangement 175 -- Dakin oxidation 177 -- Dakin-West reaction 179 -- Danheiser annulation 181 -- Darzens glycidic ester condensation 183 -- Davis chiral oxaziridine reagent 185 -- Delepine amine synthesis 187 -- de Mayo reaction 189 -- Demjanov rearrangement 191 -- Tiffeneau-Demjanov rearrangement 193 -- Dess-Martin oxidation 195 -- Dieckmann condensation 197 -- Diels-Alder reaction 199 -- Dienone-phenol rearrangement 202 -- Di-[pi]-methane rearrangement 204 -- Doebner quinoline synthesis 206 -- Dotz reaction 208 -- Dowd-Beckwith ring expansion 210 -- Erlenmeyer-Plochl azlactone synthesis 212 -- Eschenmoser-Tanabe fragmentation 214 -- Eschweiler-Clarke reductive alkylation of amines 216 -- Evans aldol reaction 218 -- Favorskii rearrangement and quasi-Favorskii rearrangement 220 -- Feist-Benary furan synthesis 222 -- Ferrier carbocyclization 224 -- Ferrier glycal allylic rearrangement 227 -- Fiesselmann thiophene synthesis 230 -- Fischer indole synthesis 233 -- Fischer oxazole synthesis 235 -- Fleming-Tamao oxidation 237 -- Tamao-Kumada oxidation 239 -- Friedel-Crafts reaction 240 -- Friedlander quinoline synthesis 243 -- Fries rearrangement 245 -- Fukuyama amine synthesis 247 -- Fukuyama reduction 249 -- Gabriel synthesis 251 -- Ing-Manske procedure 253 -- Gabriel-Colman rearrangement 255 -- Gassman indole synthesis 257 -- Gattermann-Koch reaction 259 -- Gewald aminothiophene synthesis 261 -- Glaser coupling 263 -- Eglinton coupling 265 -- Gomberg-Bachmann reaction 267 -- Gould-Jacobs reaction 269 -- Grignard reaction 271 -- Grob fragmentation 273 -- Guareschi-Thorpe condensation 275 -- Hajos-Wiechert reaction 277 -- Haller-Bauer reaction 279 -- Hantzsch dihydropyridine synthesis 281 -- Hantzsch pyrrole synthesis 283 -- Heck reaction 285 -- Heteroaryl Heck reaction 287 -- Hegedus indole synthesis 289 -- Hell-Volhard-Zelinsky reaction 291 -- Henry nitroaldol reaction 293 -- Hinsberg synthesis of thiophene derivatives 295 -- Hiyama cross-coupling reaction 297 -- Hiyama-Denmark cross-coupling reaction 299 -- Hofmann rearrangement 302 -- Hofmann-Loffler-Freytag reaction 304 -- Horner-Wadsworth-Emmons reaction 306 -- Houben-Hoesch synthesis 308 -- Hunsdiecker-Borodin reaction 310 -- Hurd-Mori 1,2,3-thiadiazole synthesis 312 -- Jacobsen-Katsuki epoxidation 314 -- Japp-Klingemann hydrazone synthesis 316 -- Jones oxidation 318 -- Julia-Kocienski olefination 321 -- Julia-Lythgoe olefination 323 -- Kahne-Crich glycosidation 325 -- Keck macrolactonization 327 -- Knoevenagel condensation 329 -- Knorr pyrazole synthesis 331 -- Paal-Knorr pyrrole synthesis 333 -- Koch-Haaf carbonylation 335 -- Koenig-Knorr glycosidation 337 -- Kolbe-Schmitt reaction 339 -- Kostanecki reaction 341 -- Krohnke pyridine synthesis 343 -- Kumada cross-coupling reaction 345 -- Lawesson's reagent 348 -- Leuckart-Wallach reaction 350 -- Lossen rearrangement 352 -- McFadyen-Stevens reduction 354 -- McMurry coupling 356 -- MacMillan catalyst 358 -- Mannich reaction 361 -- Marshall boronate fragmentation 363 -- Martin's sulfurane dehydrating reagent 365 -- Masamune-Roush conditions 367 -- Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley reduction 369 -- Meisenheimer complex 371 -- [1,2]-Meisenheimer rearrangement 372 -- [2,3]-Meisenheimer rearrangement 374 -- Meth-Cohn quinoline synthesis 376 -- Meyers oxazoline method 378 -- Meyer-Schuster rearrangement 380 -- Michael addition 382 -- Michaelis-Arbuzov phosphonate synthesis 384 -- Midland reduction 386 -- Mislow-Evans rearrangement 388 -- Mitsunobu reaction 390 -- Miyaura borylation 392 -- Moffatt oxidation 394 -- Montgomery coupling 396 -- Morgan-Walls reaction 399 -- Pictet-Hubert reaction 400 -- Mori-Ban indole synthesis 401 -- Mukaiyama aldol reaction 403 -- Mukaiyama Michael addition 405 -- Mukaiyama reagent 406 -- Myers-Saito cyclization 408 -- Nazarov cyclization 410 -- Neber rearrangement 412 -- Nef reaction 414 -- Negishi cross-coupling reaction 416 -- Nenitzescu indole synthesis 418 -- Nicholas reaction 420 -- Nicolaou dehydrogenation 422 -- Nicolaou hydroxy-dithioketal cyclization 424 -- Nicolaou hydroxy-ketone reductive cyclic ether formation 426 -- Nicolaou oxyselenation 428 -- Noyori asymmetric hydrogenation 430 -- Nozaki-Hiyama-Kishi reaction 432 -- Oppenauer oxidation 434 -- Overman rearrangement 436 -- Paal thiophene synthesis 438 -- Paal-Knorr furan synthesis 440 -- Parham cyclization 442 -- Passerini reaction 444 -- Paterno-Buchi reaction 446 -- Pauson-Khand cyclopentenone synthesis 448 -- Payne rearrangement 450 -- Pechmann coumarin synthesis 452 -- Perkin reaction 454 -- Petasis reaction 456 -- Peterson olefination 458 -- Pictet-Gams isoquinoline synthesis 460 -- Pictet-Spengler tetrahydroisoquinoline synthesis 462 -- Pinacol rearrangement 464 -- Pinner reaction 466 -- Polonovski
reaction 468 -- Polonovski-Potier rearrangement 470 -- Pomeranz-Fritsch reaction 472 -- Schlittler-Muller modification 473 -- Prevost trans-dihydroxylation 475 -- Woodward cis-dihydroxylation 476 -- Prins reaction 478 -- Pschorr cyclization 480 -- Pummerer rearrangement 483 -- Ramberg-Backlund reaction 485 -- Reformatsky reaction 487 -- Regitz diazo synthesis 489 -- Reimer-Tiemann reaction 492 -- Reissert aldehyde synthesis 494 -- Reissert indole synthesis 497 -- Ring-closing metathesis 499 -- Ritter reaction 501 -- Robinson annulation 503 -- Robinson-Gabriel synthesis 505 -- Robinson-Schopf reaction 507 -- Rosenmund reduction 509 -- Rubottom oxidation 511 -- Rupe rearrangement 513 -- Saegusa oxidation 515 -- Sakurai allylation reaction 518 -- Sandmeyer reaction 520 -- Schiemann reaction 522 -- Schmidt reaction 524 -- Schmidt's trichloroacetimidate glycosidation reaction 526 -- Shapiro reaction 529 -- Sharpless asymmetric amino hydroxylation 531 -- Sharpless asymmetric epoxidation 533 -- Sharpless asymmetric dihydroxylation 536 -- Sharpless olefin synthesis 540 -- Simmons-Smith reaction 543 -- Skraup quinoline synthesis 545 -- Doebner-von Miller reaction 547 -- Smiles rearrangement 549 -- Newman-Kwart reaction 551 -- Truce-Smile rearrangement 553 -- Sommelet reaction 555 -- Sommelet-Hauser rearrangement 557 -- Sonogashira reaction 559 -- Staudinger ketene cycloaddition 561 -- Staudinger reduction 563 -- Stembach benzodiazepine synthesis 565 -- Stetter reaction 567 -- Still-Gennari phosphonate reaction 569 -- Stille coupling 571 -- Stille-Kelly reaction 573 -- Stobbe condensation 575 -- Stork enamine reaction 577 -- Strecker amino acid synthesis 579 -- Suzuki coupling 581 -- Swern oxidation 583 -- Takai iodoalkene synthesis 585 -- Tebbe olefination 587 -- Petasis alkenylation 587 -- TEMPO-mediated oxidation 589 -- Thorpe-Ziegler reaction 592
Summary "The third edition contains major improvements over the previous edition. In addition to updated references, each reaction is now supplemented with two to three representative examples in synthesis to showcase its synthetic utility. Biographical sketches for the chemists who discovered or developed those name reactions have been included. Furthermore, the subject index is significantly expanded." "Different from other books on name reactions in organic chemistry, Name Reactions, A Collection of Detailed Reaction Mechanisms focuses on their mechanisms. It covers over 300 classical as well as contemporary name reactions. Each reaction is delineated by its detailed step-by-step, electron-pushing mechanism, supplemented with the original and the latest references, especially review articles. Thus, it is not only an indispensable resource for senior undergraduate and graduate students for learning and exams, but also a good reference book for all chemists interested in name reactions."--Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Chemical reactions.
Chemistry, Organic.
Genre/Form Wörterbuch.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2006925628
ISBN 3540300309 (acid-free paper)
3540300317 (e-ISBN)
3662048353 (electronic bk.)
9783540300304 (acid-free paper)
9783540300311 (e-ISBN)
9783662048351 (electronic bk.)