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By Martin J. O'Donnell, Louis Weiss, Louis M. Weiss

Annual studies in natural Synthesis—1984 is a bibliography of papers on natural synthesis from basic chemistry journals. subject matters coated diversity from carbon-carbon bond forming reactions to oxidations, discount rates, synthesis of heterocycles, and artificial arrangements.
This booklet involves seven chapters and starts with a listing of papers on carbon-carbon bond forming reactions, together with carbon-carbon unmarried, double, and triple bonds. The chapters that keep on with specialize in oxidations and savings, tools of synthesizing heterocyclic platforms, and using conserving teams. Synthetically priceless changes that don't healthy simply into the 1st 3 chapters are thought of subsequent, with emphasis on practical staff synthesis, ring enlargement and contraction, and valuable multistep modifications. the ultimate bankruptcy bargains with miscellaneous experiences on themes starting from cycloadditions to uneven catalysis, metalation, electrophilic substitutions, and pyrylium-mediated alterations of fundamental amino teams into different practical teams.
This monograph might be of price to natural chemists, either professional and nonspecialist in synthesis.

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Ebert and R. D. Rieke, i b i d , 49, 5280 (1984). Br R2Cu(CN)Li, THF 7->95% F u l l Papers: S u b s t i t u t i o n and Conjugate Additions o f Higher Order Mixed Cuprates. 5-16 T . Kikukawa, M. Imaida and A. T a i , B u l l . Chem. Soc. J p n . , 57, 1954 (1984); J . R. Pougny, Tetrahedron L e t t . , 25, 2363 (T984). 5-17 P. V i a l l e f o n t e t a l . Tetrahedron L e t t . 25. 2759 (1984); M. Larchevegue and Y . 25, 3705 (1984). 5-18 N. Ono, I . Hamamoto and A. K a j i , Chem. , 274 (1984); S.

25, 3347 (1984); R. Cloux and M. S c h l o s s e r , H e l v . Chim. A c t a , 67, 1470 (1984). ~ «^)oCu(CN)Li, THF, -30°C OCH^Ph 0CH2ph R e i t e r a t i v e route v i a product epoxidation followed by ring opening with higher o r d e r , mixed cuprate. 5-23 A. G h r i b i , A. Alexakis and J . F. Normant, Tetrahedron L e t t . 25, 3075, 3079, 3083 (1984); J . Berlan e t a l . , j L Organometal. , 264, 399 (1984); T . Fujisawa e t a l . , Chem. L e t t . , T 7 g F , 1851 (1984). 5-24 C. H. Heathcock et a l .

Seebach and M. A. S y f r i g , Angew. , I n t . Ed. E n g l . , 23, 248 (1984); H. Ahlbrecht and H. D o l l i n g e r . Tetrahedron L e t t . , 25, 1353 (1984). Λ. 1) s - B u L i , TMEDA Et3D Ph 0 Et3C Ε A A -N Ph 65-92% Ε = MeOD, RX, RCHO. H C l , MeOH. 4-5 A. R. K a t r i t z k y e t a l . , Chem. Soc. R e v . , I n t . Ed. E n g l . , 23, 420 (19841; T e t r a ­ hedron, 40, 1501 (1984). 4-6 A. V . R. Rao, V . H. Deshpande and S. P. Reddv, Synth. , 14, 469 (1984), 1) RCHgl, OH' T0S-CH2-NC PTC 2) NaH, Br 3) H"^ 62% 4) OH" 1,4-Diketone Prep, and Condensation.

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