The Chemistry of Organoboron Compounds, 2 Volume Set

Book Details

  • Published: 22 July 2021
  • ISBN: 978-1-119-51804-4
  • Author: Mark Gandelman, Ilan Marek, Zvi Rappoport, Joel F. Liebman
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The ultimate resource in organoboron chemistry

Professor Mark Gandelman and his colleagues delve deeply into the theory, structure, analysis, synthesis, and reactions of organoboron chemistry in The Chemistry of Organoboron Compounds. Organoborons are used heavily as highly efficient reagents in many reactions, including cross-coupling and radical reactions. The highly regarded authors have tied together organic-chemical and physico-chemical knowledge usually unavailable from a single source. The book focuses on the use of completely biodegradable "green" reagents, as opposed to environmentally hazardous heavy metal catalysts.

The Chemistry of Organoboron Compounds delivers comprehensive and complete information on:

  • The behavior of organoboron compounds
  • The use of organoboron compounds in organic synthesis
  • The commercial applications of organoboron compounds

As a volume in the celebrated Patai book series, The Chemistry of Organoboron Compounds includes all the features that readers of that series are used to enjoying, including a comprehensive index at the back of the book.

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