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Sulphones in Organic Synthesis

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by N. S. Simpkins
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Sulphones in Organic Synthesis by N. S. Simpkins

Over the last twenty years the use of sulphones in organic synthesis has increased dramatically, the synthetic repertoire of sulphones having been developed to such an extent as to rival the carbonyl functionality for versatility. Not only have sulphones been employed in a great many synthetic methodologies, enabling the preparation of a vast array of functionalised products, but the sulphone group has also proved to be of enormous value in many of the most demanding and sophisticated total syntheses carried out in recent years. This book describes in detail all of the important sulphone chemistry employed in organic synthesis, ranging from the well-established sulphone-mediated methods to less familiar sulphone reactions and very recent discoveries of synthetic potential.

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Size: 36.6 MB
Publisher: Pergamon
Date published:   1993
ISBN: 9781483292793 (DRM-PDF)

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