By Hans-Josef Altenbach, Hans-Ulrich Reißig, Karsten Krohn, Manfred Braun, Johann Mulzer
This strange choice of forty nine essays offers an summary of the developments and accomplishments of artificial natural chemistry in recent times. detailed in its technique, it bargains with virtually each point of recent synthesis.
the 1st a part of the booklet describes tools and reagents, with specific emphasis on speedily constructing organometallic and biooriented strategies. within the moment half, those instruments are utilized to the syntheses of fascinating goal compounds and usual compounds with striking physiological homes. Mechanistic discussions and retrosynthetic analyses are incorporated. greater than one thousand updated references support the reader to pursue the themes highlighted right here.
This ebook provides either the lively researcher and the complex scholar perception into the aggressive surroundings, creativity, and resourcefulness so attribute of natural synthesis this present day
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