Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis 1993: 1993 by Philip M. Weintraub

Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis 1993: 1993

byPhilip M. WeintraubEditorPhilip M. Turnbull, Daniel M. Ketcha

Paperback | October 7, 1993

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This handy reference tool is an organized annual review of synthetically useful information. It abstracts synthetic reactions from the major chemistry journals of the past year and includes all reactions and methodsthat are new and reasonably general. The reactions are presented in a convenient pictorial format designed for rapid visual retrieval of information.

TheJournal of the American Chemical Societyhas aptly described this publication as an"aid to the harassed organic chemist who cannot keep up with the never-diminishing stream of new primary literature"and hails it"an outstandingly good buy."



  • Clearly illustrated structures of compounds in every feasible syntheticpathway
  • A general review of structure/activity information for each synthetic compound
  • Extensive reference information provided for additional publications available for each reactiondiscussed

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Title:Annual Reports in Organic Synthesis 1993: 1993Format:PaperbackDimensions:546 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:October 7, 1993Publisher:Academic Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0120408236

ISBN - 13:9780120408238

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Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions Oxidations Reductions Synthesis of Heterocycles Protecting Groups Useful Synthetic Preparations Reviews

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"This information will be useful to nearly all organic chemists, both specialists and nonspecialists in synthesis. The topics covered include carbon-carbon bond forming reactions, oxidation-reductions, synthesis of heterocycles, protecting groups, and useful synthetic preparation."
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