Compounds of boron and silicon play a vital role in organic synthesis and the study of their properties and reactions is an important feature of undergraduate courses in organic chemistry. As part of the new, user-friendly Oxford Chemistry Primer Series, the essential chemistry of organoboranes and organosilanes is presented here with clarity and simplicity, emphasizing how these compounds can be used to provide simple solutions to a range of synthetic problems. With helpful study questions at the end of each part, and many suggestions for more advanced reading, this concise text provides undergraduates with an invaluable summary of an important topic in synthetic organic chemistry.
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