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Organoselenium Chemistry : A Practical Approach - Thomas G. Back

Organoselenium Chemistry

A Practical Approach

By: Thomas G. Back (Editor)

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The use of organoselenium compounds in organic conductors is an area of intense current interest for those studying or working in the fields of synthetic organic chemistry. This book focuses on those compounds and is written by an international group of experts in the field. It provides a survey of the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents, and includes detailed procedures of the preparation of key reagents for carrying out diverse types of reactions. The book will be useful not only to the experienced researcher in the field of organoselenium chemistry, but to those just starting out who want to add these powerful techniques to their ensemble of synthetic methods.

"Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News "Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News "Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who have specialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoselenium reagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or without previous experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News "Selenium is proving increasing [sic] valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who havespecialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoseleniumreagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or withoutprevious experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News "Selenium is proving increasing �sic� valuable to synthetic organic chemists because residues of it are easily introduced into organic molecules, serve to effect a variety of useful transformations, and are easily removed at the end of the sequence, not unlike the best of lovers. Chemists who havespecialized in its use survey the literature, emphasizing the most useful techniques and reagents. They offer detailed procedures for preparing key organoselenium reagents and for carrying out diverse types of reactions with them. A sampling of topics turns up adding electrophilic organoseleniumreagents to carbon-carbon double bonds, oxidations with selenium reagents, reactions of selenium-stabilized carbocations, the synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates, and preparing organic conductors. The treatment should be useful for organic chemists with or withoutprevious experience using selenium."--SciTech Book News

Preface 1: Back: Organoselenium chemistry: an overview 2: Back: Selenoxide eliminations 3: Beaulieu and Déziel: Addition of Electrophilic Organoselenium Reagents to Carbon-Carbon Double Bonds 4: Engman & Gupta: Reactions of selenium nucleophiles 5: Back: Oxidations with selenium reagents 6: Nishiyama & Sonoda: Reductions with selenium reagents 7: Chieffi & Comasseto: Reactions of selenium-stabilized carbanions 8: Hermans & Hevesi: Reactions of selenium stabilized carbocations 9: Back: Free-radical reactions and reductive deselenizations 10: Guziec Jr & Guziec: Selenium extrusion reactions 11: Nishibayashi & Uemura: Sigmatropic rearrangements of organoselenium compounds 12: Fujiwara, Kambe & Sonoda: Synthesis and reactions of carbonyl selenide and isoselenocyanates 13: Toshimisu & Uemura: Reactions of selenones 14: Ogura & Takimiya: Preparation of organic conductors Bibliography Appendix Index

ISBN: 9780198501411
ISBN-10: 0198501412
Series: Practical Approach in Chemistry Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 310
Published: 22nd July 1999
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.1 x 16.0  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.61