Organozinc Reagents: A Practical Approach by Paul KnochelOrganozinc Reagents: A Practical Approach by Paul Knochel

Organozinc Reagents: A Practical Approach

EditorPaul Knochel, Philip Jones

Hardcover | November 1, 1998

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This valuable and unique text, written by world-renowned researchers, covers the application of these reagents to organic synthesis. The book is written in a clear and concise manner, containing step-by-step experimental procedures, and should be a valuable resource to new postgraduatestudents and experienced researchers alike.
Paul Knochel is at Philipps-Universitat Marburg. Philip Jones is at the Philipps-Universitat Marburg.
Title:Organozinc Reagents: A Practical ApproachFormat:HardcoverPublished:November 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198501218

ISBN - 13:9780198501213

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Table of Contents

1. Organozinc Chemistry: An Overview and General Experimental Guidelines2. Activated Zinc in Organic Synthesis3. Preparation Methods of Organozinc Halides4. Fluorinated Organozinc Reagents5. Preparation Methods of Diorganozincs6. Preparation and Reaction of Triorganozincates7. Preparation and Reactions of 1,n-bimetallic reagents8. Electrochemical Generation and Reactions of Zinc Reagents9. Uncatalyzed Reactions of Zinc Organometallics10. Copper, Titanium, Manganese, Cobalt and Iron Catalyzed Reactions of Zinc Organometallics11. Palladium and Nickel Catalyzed Reactions of Zinc and Copper Organometallics12. Asymmetric Additions using Diorganozincs13. Cyclopropanations Mediated by Zinc Organometallics14. The Reformatsky Reaction15. Zinc Mediated Barbier ReactionsAppendix 1: Compilation of Organozinc ReagentsAppendix 2: List of Suppliers

Editorial Reviews

' It provides much valuable practical guidance ... The appendix contains a valuable treasure in the form of a compilation of original literature references on about 333 organozinc reagents ... this book is a must for the preparative organic chemist who wishes to use organozinc reagents insynthetic work and wants a source of reliable and reproducible laboratory protocols' Angew Chem. Int Ed