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A clear and comprehensive laboratory manual providing step-by-step protocols for using Lewis acid reagents to catalyze organic synthesis processes. After an examination of the synthetic utility of bulky aluminum reagents as Lewis acid receptors, the manual covers the following reagents, protocols, and processes: Boron; Magnesium (II) and other alkali and alkaline earth metals; Zinc (II); Chiral titanium complexes for enantioselective catalysis; Tin Lewis acid; Silicon (IV); Silver and gold; Zr- and Hf-centered Lewis acid in organic synthesis; Scandium (III) and yttrium (III); Lanthanides (III); and other transition metal reagents. Also covered are Lewis acid-assisted anionic polymerizations for synthesis of polymers with controlled molecular weights. Lewis Acid Chemistry: A Practical Approach, a volume in the Oxford Practical Approach Series in Chemistry will prove a handy addition to the professional libraries of organic chemists in research and industry.
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