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Chemistry
  • Author:
    Leo A. Paquette (Ed.)
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    0471117374
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    978-0471117377
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    Wiley; 1 edition (April 17, 1995)
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    576 pages
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Organic Reactions, Volume 47 book.

Organic Reactions, Volume 47 book.

Leo Armand Paquette (July 15, 1934 – January 21, 2019) was an American organic chemist. He was born on July 15, 1934 to parents Armand and Clarice with roots in Quebec (great-grandfather Edmund was born in Contrecoeur, Quebec) and he received his . degree from Holy Cross College in 1956 and his P. in Organic Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1959 with Professor Norman Allan Nelson.

Leo A. Paquette, e. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 1995, 592 p. hard cover. Lateral LIthiation Reactions. Presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions from a preparative view point. Lateral Lithiation Reactions Promoted by Heteroatomic Substituents (R. Clark & A. Jahangir). The Intramolecular Michael Reaction (R. Little, et a. Cumulative Chapter Titles by Volume. Safety & Documentation.

Each volume in this series contains sections devoted to a single reaction, or a definitive phase of a reaction. Particular attention is given to limitations, interfering influences, the effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques.

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Organic Reactions, Volume 54. ISBN: 978-0-471-34888-7 June 1999 456 Pages. As with previous volumes in this acclaimed series, Volume 54 is devoted to a specific process with important applications in organic and medicinal chemistry. In two major parts, expert contributions address aromatic substitution by the S RN1 reaction and the oxidation of carbonyl compounds with organohypervalent iodine reagents. The authors draw on their experience with the processes surveyed, presenting topics from the preparative viewpoint and discussing limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure, and how to select experimental techniques.

4. The latest volume in this series for organic chemists in industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular phases of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques

Cite this publication. Coupled with migration of internal nucleophiles, this reaction leads to diastereoselective formation of new carbon–oxygen, carbon–sulfur, carbon–hydrogen, and carbon–carbon bonds.

This essential reference contains an authoritative and systematic description of the use of all reagents in organic chemistry

This essential reference contains an authoritative and systematic description of the use of all reagents in organic chemistry. It includes approximately 3500 alphabetically arranged articles, a comparison of reagents with others capable of similar chemistry, a pro and con assessment for each reagent, extensive cross-referencing and substantial subject and molecular formula indexes.

The latest volume in this series for organic chemists in industry presents critical discussions of widely used organic reactions or particular phases of a reaction. The material is treated from a preparative viewpoint, with emphasis on limitations, interfering influences, effects of structure and the selection of experimental techniques. The work includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reaction under consideration. Detailed procedures illustrate the significant modifications of each method.