Synthetic Approaches to Nonaromatic Nitrogen Heterocycles, 2 Volume Set

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  • Published: 31 December 2020
  • ISBN: 978-1-119-70870-4
  • Author: Ana Maria Faisca Phillips
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A comprehensive overview of synthetic strategies for nonaromatic nitrogen heterocycles

Nitrogen heterocycles are extremely widely distributed in nature, as well as in synthetic substances found in pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and materials chemistry. With new structures and medicines that include these structures emerging yearly, and a vast new journal literature to describe them, anyone who wants to be effective in R&D needs to easily access a synthesis of the latest research.

This state-of-the-art survey explores recent developments in the most widely used reactions, as well as completely new ones.

  • Highlights the major modern synthetic methods known to obtain nonaromatic nitrogen heterocycles, and their practical applications
  • Topics include enantioselective synthesis and catalysis, photocatalysis, biocatalysis, microwave-assisted synthesis, reactions of oximes and nitrones, and ionic liquids
  • Discusses how to synthesize rings of specific sizes
  • Covers sustainable synthetic approaches for obtaining salts

Whether you are using nonaromatic nitrogen compounds as an academic researcher, a synthetic chemist in industry, or an advanced student, this book is an essential, up-to-date resource to support your work.

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