Cycloaddition Reactions in Organic Synthesis by W. Carruthers

By W. Carruthers

Demonstrates the large scope of cycloaddition reactions, together with the Diels-Alder response, the ene response, 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions and [2+2] cycloadditions in natural synthesis. the writer, a number one exponent of the topic, illustrates the ways that they are often hired within the synthesis of quite a lot of carbocyclic and heterocyclic compounds, together with a number of usual items of varied forms. exact consciousness is given to intramolecular reactions, which regularly offer a quick and effective path to polycyclic compounds, and to the stereochemistry of the reactions, together with fresh and constructing paintings on enantioselective synthesis.

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