Series: Organosulfur Chemistry Volume: 1
By: Philip Page (Editor)
288 pages, no illustrations
During the last few years, the impact of organosulfur chemistry, especially in the areas of stereocontrolled processes, has led to an explosion of interest in the field. This book is intended to provide in-depth coverage of topics of interest throughout the whole range of organic sulfur chemistry, including bio-organic, physical organic, and synthetic aspects.
- Optically active beta-Keto sulfoxides and analogues in assymetric synthesis, G. Solladie and M.C. Carreno
- Homolytic processes at sulfur in synthesis, D. Crich
- Synthetic transformations involving thiiranium ion intermediates, C.M. Rayner
- Trends in the chemistry of 1,3-dithioacetals, W.W. Wood
- Chemistry of thioaldehydes, R. Okazaki
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