Cycloaddition Reactions in Carbohydrate Chemistry

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American Chemical Society, 1992 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 181 pages
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Provides discussions on recent advances in the cycloaddition chemistry of carbohydrates, including inter- and intramolecular Diels-Alder reactions, dipolar addition reactions, and the use of carbohydrate-derived chiral auxiliaries. Includes applications to the synthesis of natural products and examines the stereochemical aspects of cycloaddition processes. Emphasizes the use of carbohydrate-derived substrates in cycloaddition reactions. Valuable reading for anyone interested in the synthetic organic chemistry of carbohydrates.

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Synthesis of ▀Lactams from Unsaturated Sugars
Inter and Intramolecular DielsAlder Reactions of Sugar

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Robert M. Giuliano is at Villanova University.

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