The Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds is a comprehensive review of the status of organolithium compound chemistry. This book is composed of four parts and nineteen chapters that particularly describe the reactions involving these compounds
The first part highlights the constitution of organolithium compounds, specifically in the absence and presence of electron donors, as well as the configurational stability of these compounds. The second part deals with their preparation from organic halides and lithium metal involving metallation and metal-halogen exchange, while the third part focuses on their organic synthesis. The fourth part considers the synthesis of organometallic compound derivatives from main group and transition metals.
This book will prove useful to organic chemists and organic chemistry researchers.
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|Size: ||39.5 MB|
|Date published: || 1974|
|ISBN: ||9781483278704 (DRM-PDF)|
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