Chemistry of 2-Oxoaldehydes and 2-Oxoacids offers complete coverage the important areas of 2-oxoaldehydes and 2-oxoacid, which to date have not been covered in comprehensive manner. Novel reactions related to 2-oxoaldehydes and 2-oxoacids on keto and aldehydic groups both participating separately or in combination, decarboxylative reactions, spectral analysis and diverse applications are covered. The book is divided into two parts, with the first beginning with methods for preparation and physical properties of 2-Oxoaldehydes, followed by the structure and spectral characteristics of 2-Oxoaldehydes, and the reactivity. The second part covers the preparation and physical properties of 2-Oxoacids and the synthesis of many related reactions. Chemistry of 2-Oxoaldehydes and 2-Oxoacids is essential reading for researchers working on these reactions in organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, natural product chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry. Covers various synthetic procedures for the synthesis of 2-Oxoaldehydes and 2-Oxoacids Provides information about different types of reactions such as C-H activation reactions, coupling reactions, decarboxylative reactions, and nucleophilic reactions for the synthesis of different biologically active compounds Includes the use of 2-Oxoaldeehyde and 2-Oxoacid as the starting point for the synthesis of different synthons that can be used for various medicinally important compounds
An attempt has been made to attract contributions which illustrate the importance of certain enzymatic processes involved in steroid biosynthesis and metabolism and, in some cases, leading to steroidal action in target sites. Investigators actively engaged in research in such areas were invited to present their material in a manner which they considered fitting. It is hoped that as a result if this, the publication will possess sufficient depth to warrant approval. The blend of review material and experimental data originating in the author laboratories will, it is felt, make for useful reading.
From the series covering all aspects of the chemistry of one of the important groups in organic chemistry, this volume concentrates on the chemistry of enols.
A review of the major methods of producing sulfur-organic compounds, which presents data related to their applications and methods of catalytic synthesis. There is also a discussion on the conversion of compounds which have applications in the processes of polymerization and vulcanization.
|Author||: Hans-Jürgen Arpe|
|Release Date||: 1985|
|ISBN 10||: 9783527201013|
|Pages||: 595 pages|
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|Author||: Marcel Florkin,Elmer Henry Stotz|
|Release Date||: 1965|
|Pages||: 329 pages|