Modern Organic Synthesis in the Laboratory by Jie Jack LiModern Organic Synthesis in the Laboratory by Jie Jack Li

Modern Organic Synthesis in the Laboratory

byJie Jack Li, Chris Limberakis, Derek A. Pflum

Paperback | September 24, 2007

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Searching for reaction in organic synthesis has been made much easier in the current age of computer databases. However, the dilemma now is which procedure one selects among the ocean of choices. Especially for novices in the laboratory, it becomes a daunting task to decide what reactionconditions to experiment with first in order to have the best chance of success. This collection intends to serve as an "older and wiser lab-mate" one could have by compiling many of the most commonly used experimental procedures in organic synthesis. With chapters that cover such topics asfunctional group manipulations, oxidation, reduction, and carbon-carbon bond formation, Modern Organic Synthesis in the Laboratory will be useful for both graduate students and professors in organic chemistry and medicinal chemists in the pharmaceutical and agrochemical industries.
Jie Jack Li is a Medicinal Chemist at Pfizer Global Research and Development. Chris Limberakis is a Medicinal Chemist at Pfizer Global Research and Development. Derek Pflum is in the Chemical Research and Development Group at Pfizer Global Research and Development.
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Title:Modern Organic Synthesis in the LaboratoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 6.1 × 9.09 × 0.59 inPublished:September 24, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195187997

ISBN - 13:9780195187991

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Table of Contents

1. FUNDAMENTAL TECHNIQUES2. FUNCTIONAL GROUP MANIPULATIONS3. OXIDATION4. REDUCTION5. CARBON-CARBON BOND FORMATION6. PROTECTING GROUPS

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