Modern Heterocyclic Chemistry, 4 Volume Set

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Julio Alvarez-Builla, Juan Jose Vaquero, José Barluenga
John Wiley & Sons, Aug 15, 2011 - Science - 618 pages
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Since vitamins, hormones, antibiotics, pharmaceuticals, dyes and many other products all contain heterocycles, they play an important role in our everyday life.
The must-have reference in the field of heterocyclic compounds, comprehensively covering their synthesis, structure and chemical and physical properties in four volumes. It presents a wealth of information but stays userfriendly by focussing on the important facts.
An up-to-date source of high-quality information for all organic and medicinal chemists working in this field in industry and academia.
 

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Contents

List of Contributors
1
ThreeMembered Heterocycles Structure and Reactivity
11
Spain Trivandrum 695
19
Structure and Reactivity
163
Pyrrole and Related Systems
269
Indole and Related Systems
377
Furan
533
India
iv
Reagents
1490
Quinoline and Isoquinoline
1527
Pyrylium Ion
1631
References
1676
12 13 and 14Diazines
1683
Triazines Tetrazines and Other
1777
Volume 4
iii
andJosé Elguero
v

Benito Alcaide
xvii
Carolina Burgos Italy
xviii
Benzofuran and Related
593
12Azoles Part 1 Pyrazoles
635
12Azoles Part 2 Isoxazoles
727
13Azoles
809
Triazoles
989
Oxadiazoles
1047
Thiadiazoles
1253
Pyridines
1431
Derivatives
1454
Azepines Benzo Derivatives
1865
Heterocycles Containing a RingJunction Nitrogen
1989
Phosphorus Heterocycles
2071
The Chemistry of2Azetidinones bLactams
2117
The Chemistry of Benzodiazepines
2175
Syntheses and Reactions
2231
New Materials Derived From Heterocyclic Systems
2275
Solid Phase and Combinatorial Chemistry in
2321
Index
2381
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Julio Alvarez-Builla received his PhD at the University Complutense and spent a postdoc stage with Professor A.R. Katritzky at the University of East Anglia. At present he is full professor of Organic Chemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Alcalá. He has strong interests in collaborating with Pharmaceutical industry, and in relation with that he has been the scientific director of the University's fine chemicals pilot plant facility from 1998 to 2008. His research interests include the chemistry of azinium N-ylides and N-aminides, the chemistry of nitrogen bridgehead heterocycles, and the synthesis of heterocyclic pharmaceutical products.

Juan J. Vaquero received his degree in Chemistry from the Complutense University (Madrid) and the PhD degree in Organic Chemistry from the University of Alcalá. He was a NATO postdoctoral fellow with Professor Charles W. Rees at the Imperial College (London). In 1987, he joined the Department of Organic Chemistry of the University of Alcalá where he is a Full Professor Organic Chemistry. He acted as the Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry (2000-2006). His research interests include the chemistry of azonia heterocyclic systems, the synthesis of bioactive compounds targeting DNA and the total synthesis of natural alkaloids.

José Barluenga holds the chair of Organic Chemistry at the University of Oviedo, where he founded the Instituto Universitario de Química Organometálica "Enrique Moles" and is currently developing his research. During his career, Professor Barluenga has published more than 615 research articles and he has been the recipient of many awards including the Research Award of the "Alexander von Humboldt" Foundation, FRG (1989, First Edition), the Solvay Award from Spanish CEOE (1990), the 1st Spain Dupont Award, the Iberdrola Award for Science and Technology (1996), the Gold Medal from the Spanish Society of Chemistry (1999), the "Enrique Moles" National Award of Chemical Science and Technology from the Ministry of Education and Science (2001, First Edition) and the Rey Jaime I Award for Basic Research (2005).

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