Organoselenium Chemistry: A Practical Approach - Practical Approach in Chemistry Series (Hardback)
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Organoselenium Chemistry: A Practical Approach - Practical Approach in Chemistry Series (Hardback)

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Hardback 310 Pages / Published: 22/07/1999
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Organoselenium chemistry is proving increasingly valuable to the synthetic organic chemist. Selenium residues are easily introduced into organic molecules, they serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence. These processes are often characterized by high chemo- regio- and stereoselectivity. Recent enantioselective variations of selenium-mediated reactions are further extending their scope and utility. The use of organoselenium compounds in organic conductors is another area of intense current interest. Organoselenium Chemistry - A Practical Approach is written by an international group of experts in the field.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198501411
Number of pages: 310
Weight: 569 g
Dimensions: 241 x 160 x 21 mm


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"Selenium is proving increasing sic valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have
specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium
reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without
previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News

"Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have
specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium
reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without
previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News


"Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have
specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium
reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without
previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News

"Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News


"Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News


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