Lewis Acid Reagents: A Practical Approach by Hisashi YamamotoLewis Acid Reagents: A Practical Approach by Hisashi Yamamoto

Lewis Acid Reagents: A Practical Approach

EditorHisashi Yamamoto

Hardcover | December 1, 1998

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Many important Carbon-Carbon bond forming processes are catalyzed by Lewis acid reagents. There are important recent advances in Lewis acid chemistry. A variety of new selective organic syntheses are now available using modified/designed reagents. This book is a comprehensive laboratory guidewhich will prove invaluable to all organic chemists wishing to use these new Lewis acid reagents in modern organic synthesis. Both new and established chemists will find in this book all the necessary information they need to enable them to exploit these powerful synthetic tools.
Professor Dr. Hisashi Yamamoto, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University, Chikusa Nagoya 464-01, Japan Tel: 81 52 789 3331 j45988a@nucc.cc.nagoya-u.ac.jp
Title:Lewis Acid Reagents: A Practical ApproachFormat:HardcoverPublished:December 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198500998

ISBN - 13:9780198500995

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Synthetic utility of bulky aluminium reagents as Lewis acid receptors3. Boron reagents4. Magnesium (II) and other alkali and alkaline earth metals5. Zinc (II) reagents6. Chiral titanium complexes for enantioselective catalysis7. Tin Lewis acid8. Silicon (IV) reagents9. Silver and gold reagents10. Zr- and Hf-centred Lewis acid in organic synthesis11. Scandium(III) and yttrium (III) reagents12. Lanthanides (III) reagents13. Other transition metal reagents: chiral transition-metal Lewis acid catalysis for asymmetric organic synthesis14. Lewis acids-assisted anionic polymerizations for synthesis of polymers with controlled molecular weights