A complete source of information on oxidations of organic compounds, with emphasis on preparative aspects and results. Important features include: discussions on oxidizing agents and on oxidation reactions using them; correlation tables showing what oxidizing agents are suitable for conversions of particular compounds to their oxidation products; and a collection of typical laboratory procedures for the main types of oxidations. All information is supported by examples, thorough referencing, and indexing.
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Milos Hudlicky, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.Review:
"The dramatic improvements in the art of organic synthesis over the last 50 years have been due to a variety of theoretical and practical advances. Not the least of these has been the development of new selective reagents. The practicing chemist has trouble in keeping track of these advances and so will welcome Dr. Hudlicky's book on oxidation in organic chemistry. . . .An excellent job." --Journal of Natural Products
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