By Jie Jack Li, E. J. Corey
"A invaluable addition to the literature through any degree and without doubt will turn out its advantage in years yet to come. the recent wisdom that arises with its assistance will be outstanding and of significant gain to humankind."—From the Foreword by means of E. J. Corey, Nobel Prize LaureateAn worthwhile advisor to call reactions and reagents for homologationsName Reactions for Homologations, half II of Wiley's complete identify Reactions sequence contains a accomplished treatise on identify reactions for homologations. With contributions from world-recognized gurus within the box, this reference bargains an updated, concise compilation of the main established and well known identify reactions and reagents. half II discusses Rearrangements, uneven C-C Bond Formation, and Miscellaneous Homologation Reactions.Arranged alphabetically by way of identify reactions, the directory provides:Description of the reactionHistorical perspectiveA mechanism for the reactionVariations and enhancements at the reactionSynthetic utilities of the reactionExperimental detailsReferences to the present fundamental literatureArmed with this priceless source, either scholars and execs can have at their fingertips a entire advisor to big mechanisms and phenomena in homologation.
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