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Modern Carbonyl Olefination

Methods and Applications
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Takeshi Takeda is the author of Modern Carbonyl Olefination: Methods and Applications, published by Wiley. While this important reaction class is among the most important and most widely used in organic chemistry, this is the first book to summarize the many different olefination methods, including: Writing reaction; Peterson reaction; Julia olefination; Utilizing the Tebbe and related reagents; Low-valent chromium, zinc or titanium mediated olefinationFormat: Hardcover.

Takeshi Takeda is the editor of Modern Carbonyl Olefination: Methods and Applications, published by : Takeshi Takeda. "Modern Carbonyl Olefination" is a very useful book, which should not be missing in any library. Besides, this book is an absolute must for working groups, which concern themselves with the synthesis of natural substances (or generally alkenes).

Contents. The Wittig and Related Reactions The Peterson and Related Reactions. Modern Carbonyl Olefination; Contents; Preface; List of Authors; 1 The Wittig Reaction; 2 The Peterson and Related Reactions; 3 The Julia Reaction; 4 Carbonyl Olefination Utilizing Metal Carbene Complexes; 5 Olefination of Carbonyl Compounds by Zinc and Chromium Reagents; 6 The McMurry Coupling and Related Reactions; 7 Asymmetric Carbonyl Olefination; Index/5(19).

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Takeshi Takeda Department of Applied Chemistry, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, 2‐24‐16 Nakacho, Koganei, Tokyo ‐, JapanCited by: 8. How to Cite.

Tanaka, K., Furuta, T. and Fuji, K. () Asymmetric Carbonyl Olefination, in Modern Carbonyl Olefination (ed T. Takeda), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. Strategies for Asymmetric Carbonyl Olefination.

Optically Active Phosphorus or Arsenic Reagents Used in Asymmetric Carbonyl Olefination. Discrimination of Enantiotopic or Diastereotopic Carbonyl Groups Intermolecular Desymmetrization of Symmetrical Dicarbonyl Compounds.

Intramolecular Discrimination ReactionsCited by: 1. 图书Modern Carbonyl Olefination 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. this is the first book to summarize the many different olefination methods, including: Wittig reaction Peterson reaction Julia olefination Utilizing the Tebbe and related reagents Low-valent chromium, zinc or titanium mediated olefination McMurry coupling Plus the related.

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Takeshi Takeda and Akira Tsubouchi Introduction. Carbonyl Olefination with Titanocene-Methylidene and Related Reagents. Preparation of Titanocene-Methylidene. The Tebbe Reagent. b-Substituted Titanacyclobutanes as Precursors of.

Olefination of carbonyl compounds: modern and classical methods V N Korotchenko, V G Nenajdenko, E S Balenkova, A V Shastin Contents I. Introduction II. Addition of ylides or carbanions stabilised by heteroatoms in the a-position III.

Condensation of carbonyl compounds with CH-acids IV. Reagents based on transition and non Cited by: Takeshi Takeda – Modern Carbonyl Olefination: Methods and Applications Published: | ISBN: X | PDF | pages | MB While this important reaction class is among the most important and most widely used in organic chemistry, this is the first book to summarize the many different olefination methods, including.

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BOOK REVIEW Modern Carbonyl Olefination – Methods and Appli-cations; edited by T. Takeda; Wiley-VCH: Weinheim, ; hard cover, pp, £ / €, ISBN 3- X Carbonyl olefinations inevitably belong to the most important tools in organic synthesis since they ideally. Read "Takeshi Takeda (Editor).

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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: The Wittig reaction / Michael Edmonds and Andrew Abell --The Peterson and related reactions / Naokazu Kano and Takayuki Kawashima --The Julia reaction / Raphaël Dumeunier and István E.

Markó --Carbonyl olefination utilizing metal carbene complexes / Takeshi Takeda and Akira. Carbonyl Olefination Utilizing Metal Carbene Complexes (T. Takedo & A. Tsubouchi) Olefination of Carbonyl Compounds by Zinc and Chromium Reagents (S. Matsubara & K. Oshima) The McMurry Coupling and Related Reactions (M.

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The Peterson and Related Reactions. Naokazu Kano. Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo, 7‐3‐1 Hongo, Bunkyo‐ku, Tokyo ‐, Japan Book Editor(s): Reaction Mechanism of the Addition Step of an α‐Silyl Carbanion to a Carbonyl by: 2.

The published data on the methods for alkene synthesis by olefination of carbonyl compounds are generalised and systematised. The main attention is given to the use of transition metals and organoelement compounds.

The review covers the data on both classical and newly developed methods that are little knownCited by: Book Review: Modern Carbonyl Olefination - Takeshi Takeda [Book Reviews] methods, including: * Wittig reaction * Peterson reaction immediately think of Wittig, Wittig-Horner and the Schlosser reaction the book by summarizing the Wittig-like reactions over 17 pages.

The one-pot conversion of carbonyl compounds to alkenes with heteroaryl sulfones is well-documented as the Julia–Kocienski olefination,1, 2 which has found broad application in synthetic community due to its high efficacy, excellent functional group compatibility, and controllable stereoselectivity.3, 4 It is a typical cascade process that involves three sequential steps: (1) the Cited by: 6.

Book Review: Modern Carbonyl Olefination - Takeshi Takeda [Book Reviews] > Synthesis >> Organometallics Modern Carbonyl Olefination Takeshi Takeda Hardcover, Pages First curricula of universities.

Peterson reaction and Julia-Olefination are described in detail and the lists. The Horner–Wadsworth–Emmons (HWE) version of the Wittig reaction focuses on the use of more stabilized phosphonate ylides Solvent-free method for making olefinic amino esters from an aldehyde compound and a phosphonate derivative of glycine was established by Lamaty (Scheme ) [57].For successful reaction in planetary ball mill, an excess of glycine phosphonate was required.

Since its discovery inthe Wittig reaction 1 has emerged as a powerful strategic carbon–carbon alkene bond forming process of wide applicability, Scheme highly reliable reaction allows for olefination with complete positional selectivity, relatively high chemoselectivity, and may be conducted in many cases with reliable and high stereocontrol.

2 The reaction has been the subject Cited by:. One of the most important methods for the construction of carbon-carbon double bonds is the olefination of carbonyl groups utilizing phosphorus ylides. This reaction was discovered by .More.

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