Protecting Groups

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Thieme, 2005 - Medical - 679 pages
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The didactic presentation of the material makes this book an essential bench-top tool not only for specialists in organic chemistry, but also for students and all those involved in the preparation of organic molecules.

Key Features:

  • A critical survey of the most used protecting groups, as used by organic chemists
  • Organization based on functional groups: hydroxyl ; diol; carbonyl; carboxyl; amine
  • Special emphasis placed on deprotection conditions applied to complex structures where selectivity is a prime issue
  • Transformations accompanied by key experimental details
  • Examples from the recent literature span a wide domain of organic synthesis
  • Over 500 schemes aid visual retrieval
  • End-of-chapter list reviews which amplify topics covered.
 

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Contents

An Overview
2
References
46
Carbonyl Protecting Groups
49
Diol Protecting Groups
119
Hydroxyl Protecting Groups
187
References
350
Thiol Protecting Groups
365
Carboxyl Protecting Groups
393
References
446
Amino Protecting Groups
487
References
632
Index
657
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