Comprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis: Supplement 2 by Eric N. JacobsenComprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis: Supplement 2 by Eric N. Jacobsen

Comprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis: Supplement 2

byEric N. JacobsenEditorAndreas Pfaltz, Hisashi Yamamoto

Hardcover | April 21, 2004

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The second supplement to the three volume reference workComprehensive Asymmetric Catalysiscritically reviews new developments to the hottest topics in the field written by recognised experts. Seven chapters which are already in the major reference work have been supplemented and additionally a new chapter on Aminohydroxylation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds has been included. Thus, the state of the art in this area is now re-established. Together with the basic three volume book set and Supplement 1 it is not only the principal reference source for synthetic organic chemists, but also for all scientific researchers who use chiral compounds in their work (for example, in biochemical investigations and molecular medicine) as well as for pharmaceutical chemists and other industrial researchers who prepare chiral compounds.

Title:Comprehensive Asymmetric Catalysis: Supplement 2Format:HardcoverDimensions:135 pagesPublished:April 21, 2004Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3540209832

ISBN - 13:9783540209836


Table of Contents

5.2. R.L. Halterman: Hydrogenation of Non-Functionalized Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds .-

6.4. T. Ohkuma, R. Noyori: Hydroboration of Carbonyl Groups .-

20.1. A. Bayer: Latest Developments in the Asymmetric Dihydroxylation Process .- 

20.2. A. Bayer: Aminohydroxylation of Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds .-

24. J.-F. Paquin, M. Lautens: Allylic Substitution Reactions .-

27. A. Yanagisawa: Allylation of C=O .-

31.1. K. Tomioka: Conjugate Addition of Organometallics to Activated Olefins .-

34.2. A. Yanagisawa: Protonation of Enolates