Modern Applications of Cycloaddition Chemistry

Modern Applications of Cycloaddition Chemistry examines this area of organic chemistry, with special attention paid to cycloadditions in synthetic and mechanistic applications in modern organic chemistry. While many books dedicated to cycloaddition reactions deal with the synthesis of heterocycles, general applications, specific applications in natural product synthesis, and the use of a class of organic compounds, this work sheds new light on pericyclic reactions by demonstrating how these valuable tools elegantly solve synthetic and mechanistic problems. The work examines how pericyclic reactions have been extensively applied to different chemistry areas, such as chemical biology, biological processes, catalyzed cycloaddition reactions, and more. This work will be useful for organic chemists who deal with organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, agrochemistry and material chemistry. Provides details on the synthesis of antiviral and anticancer compounds, marking the key role of unconventional catalyzed cycloaddition reactions for preparing new derivatives in a unique reaction pathway that is scalable in industrial processes Contains the most up-to-date review of the use of pericyclic reactions in drug delivery Includes the enzyme-catalyzed processes involving cycloaddition reactions for different targets, demonstrating that cycloaddition is more common in nature than expected Features new applications for cycloadditions in material chemistry and provides a general view of the most recent results in the area

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  • Author : Paolo Quadrelli
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 352 pages
  • ISBN : 0128152745
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Modern Applications of Cycloaddition Chemistry

Modern Applications of Cycloaddition Chemistry
  • Author : Paolo Quadrelli
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 20 March 2019
GET THIS BOOKModern Applications of Cycloaddition Chemistry

Modern Applications of Cycloaddition Chemistry examines this area of organic chemistry, with special attention paid to cycloadditions in synthetic and mechanistic applications in modern organic chemistry. While many books dedicated to cycloaddition reactions deal with the synthesis of heterocycles, general applications, specific applications in natural product synthesis, and the use of a class of organic compounds, this work sheds new light on pericyclic reactions by demonstrating how these valuable tools elegantly solve synthetic and mechanistic problems. The work examines how

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  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 01 November 2002
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