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Synthesis: Carbon with Two Heteroatoms, Each Attached by a Single Bond, Volume 4 (Comprehensive Organic Functional Group Transformations)

Ree, K. Meth-Cohn

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ISBN 10: 0080423256 / ISBN 13: 9780080423258
Published by Pergamon, 2003
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Title: Synthesis: Carbon with Two Heteroatoms, Each...

Publisher: Pergamon

Publication Date: 2003

Book Condition: Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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In this Volume, containing 24 chapters devoted to carbon attached by single
bonds to two heteroatoms, the reader will find several chapters reviewing the synthesis of familiar functional groups, notably acetals, dithioacetals, aminals and the various mixed species. The derivatives with tetracoordinated (saturated) carbon are described in Part I and those, eg. ketene acetals, of tricoordinated carbon in Part II. However, the treatment is comprehensive and the authors have uncovered much fascinating chemistry concerning less familiar groups, including some like geminal halohydrins, halo amines and diols that are
often unstable. Again, a surprisingly large number of compounds having two metals attached to the same carbon have been located in the literature, and the abundance of phosphorus derivatives, eg. those with geminal nitrogen functions, reflects their importance as biologically active species and as intermediates in synthesis. Part III consists of a single, short chapter describing dicoordinate carbon (carbenes) and examples of carbon cations,
anions and radicals. Here the treatment is deliberately selective since throughout the work as a whole emphasis is placed on the synthesis of isolable species rather than the transient intermediates of organic reactions.

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