Recent Advances in Applications of Name Reactions in Multicomponent Reactions
  • Release Date : 29 May 2020
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Categories : Science
  • Pages : 438 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128196953
  • ISBN 10 : 0128196955
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Synopsis : Recent Advances in Applications of Name Reactions in Multicomponent Reactions written by Majid M. Heravi, published by Elsevier which was released on 29 May 2020. Download Recent Advances in Applications of Name Reactions in Multicomponent Reactions Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Recent Advances in Applications of Name Reactions in Multicomponent Reactions is an ideal reference for researchers and postgraduate students studying organic chemistry, as well as synthetic organic chemists working on the development of novel methodologies for the synthesis of various heterocyclic systems, especially drug design and discovery, in both academia and industry. The book reviews recent applications of name reactions in multicomponents for the synthesis of heterocycles and examines recent advances in applications of significant name reactions, such as Ugi and Passirini, Click, Knoevenagel, Michael, Diels-Alder, Aldol, Mannich, Heck, Huisgen, and Suzuki in MCRs. These reactions can be used in the synthesis of a wide variety of novel heterocycles with different sizes and heteroatoms, as well as in the total synthesis of natural products in order to decrease the number of synthetic steps. Since chiral inductions are necessary for most of these sequential name reactions, their asymmetric catalyzed reactions are also described. Includes the synthesis of many heterocycles, which is ideal for synthetic organic chemists engaged in the synthesis of heterocyclic systems Covers the recent advances of asymmetric synthesis of a wide range of heterocycles in satisfactory enantioselectivities (ees) or distereoselectivities (des) Reviews the synthesis of a wide variety of interesting heterocycles by using a combination of different and versatile name reactions via MCRs