Organocopper Reagents: A Practical Approach by Richard J. K. TaylorOrganocopper Reagents: A Practical Approach by Richard J. K. Taylor

Organocopper Reagents: A Practical Approach

EditorRichard J. K. Taylor

Spiral Bound | March 1, 1995

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* Clear, experimental details in a convenient format * Practical advice from experienced researchers * Tried and tested methods This new book launches the Practical Approach Series in Chemistry, especially for chemists who require practical and expert guidance on all aspects of chemical technique to achieve the best results - fast. This essential laboratory handbook dispels the mystery surrounding organocopper compounds, and offers expert guidance on how to overcome the many problems associated with their use. Clear, practical procedures for the preparation and application of these highly specific reagents are described indetail by leading researchers. Organocopper Reagents: A Practical Approach is a comprehensive laboratory guide which will prove invaluable to all organic chemists wishing to use copper reagents in synthesis. Both new and established researchers will find in this book all the information they need to enable them to exploit thesepowerful synthetic reagents to maximum effect.
R. J. K. Taylor is at University of York.
Title:Organocopper Reagents: A Practical ApproachFormat:Spiral BoundDimensions:376 pages, 9.25 × 5.91 × 1.1 inPublished:March 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198557582

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Table of Contents

1. R.J.K. Taylor: Organocopper chemistry: an overview2. R.J.K. Taylor and G. Casy: General procedures: starting materials and reaction guidelines3. R.D. Rieke and W. R. Klein: Preparation of reagents using activated copper4. P. Knochel, M. J. Rozema, and C. E. Tucker: Preparation of highly functionalized reagents5. B.H. Lipschutz: Higher order cuprates6. E. Nakamura: Me3SiCl accelerated conjugate additions7. Y. Yamamoto and T. Ibuka: BF3/AlCl3 mediated conjugate addition and substitution reactions8. A. Alexakis: Asymmetric conjugate addition9. M. Suzuki and R. Noyori: Conjugate addition - enolate trapping reactions10. I. Campbell: Sonogashira Cu/Pd catalysed alkyne coupling11. J.F. Normant: Alkyne carbocupration and polyene synthesis via palladium catalysed coupling12. I. Fleming: Synthetic applications of silyl and stannyl cuprates13. R.A.J. Smith: Mechanistic studies of organocopper reactionsR.J.K. Taylor and J.M. Herbert: Appendix 1: Compilation of organocopper preparationsAppendix 2: Suppliers of reagents and specialist itemsIndex

Editorial Reviews

`Authoritative, comprehensive, well documented account of the title subject. The format, presentation and even the price make this a highly recommendable first text in a new series.'Aslib Book Guide, Vol. 60, No. 8, August 1995