Modern synthetic methods: 1989, Volume 5
This paperback is the conference documentation of the fifth Seminar on Modern Synthetic Methods. It is the aim of these triennial Interlaken Seminars to provide a proper, concise and ready-for-use access to important and rapidly developing areas of synthetic organic chemistry. The book compiles contributions provided by the lecturers, each a leading expert in his field. The reviews are praxis-oriented, they describe the basic concepts and their application in organic synthesis and they contain as an integral part representative experimental procedures.
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Biotransformations in Organic Synthesis
Bond Formation and Cleavage
Applications of Lyases
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