Current Trends in Organic Synthesis

  • Carlo Scolastico
  • Francecso Nicotra

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Steven D. Bull, Stephen G. Davies, David J. Fox, A. Christopher Garner, Thomas G. R. Sellers
    Pages 1-6
  3. Scott E. Denmark, Robert A. Stavenger, Xiping Su, Ken-Tsung Wong, Yutaka Nishigaichi
    Pages 7-15
  4. Johann Mulzer, Karin Schein, Ingo Böhm, Dirk Trauner
    Pages 17-24
  5. Leo A. Paquette, Mangzhu Zhao, Francis Montgomery, Qingbei Zeng, Ting Zhong Wang, Steven Elmore et al.
    Pages 25-34
  6. Leonard J. Prins, Peter Timmerman, David N. Reinhoudt
    Pages 35-46
  7. Antonio Togni, Romano Dorta, Christoph Köllner, Giorgio Pioda
    Pages 51-61
  8. Hisashi Yamamoto, Akira Yanagisawa, Kazuaki Ishihara, Susumu Saito
    Pages 63-70
  9. John J. Baldwin, Jonathan J. Burbaum, Nolan Sigal
    Pages 71-75
  10. Morten Meldal, Jörg Rademann, Morten Grøtli, Klaus Bock
    Pages 77-83
  11. Michal Lebl, Viktor Krchňák, Georges Ibrahim, Jaylynn Pirez, Yidong Ni, Dave Podue et al.
    Pages 91-96
  12. Philippe Renaud, Laura Andrau, Michèle Gerster, Emmanuel Lacôte
    Pages 117-122
  13. Christian Harcken, Thilo Berkenbusch, Stefan Braukmüller, Andreas Umland, Konrad Siegel, Felix Görth et al.
    Pages 153-161
  14. Varinder K. Aggarwal, J. Gair Ford, Alison Thompson, John Studley, Ray V. H. Jones, Robin Fieldhouse
    Pages 191-197
  15. Eusebio Juaristi, Margarita Balderas, José Luis León-Romo, Heraclio López-Ruiz, Adelfo Reyes
    Pages 199-206
  16. Alberto Brandi, Francesca Cardona, Stefano Cicchi, Franca M. Cordero, Andrea Goti
    Pages 213-220
  17. Yuri N. Belokon, Michael North, Henri B. Kagan
    Pages 221-228
  18. Pier Giorgio Cozzi, Emilio Tagliavini, Achille Umani-Ronchi
    Pages 239-246
  19. Francesco Naso
    Pages 259-266
  20. Henk Hiemstra, Winfred G. Beyersbergen van Henegouwen, Willem F. J. Karstens, Marinus J. Moolenaar, Floris P. J. T. Rutjes
    Pages 267-274
  21. Xiyan Lu, Zhong Wang, Aiwen Lei
    Pages 275-282
  22. Yoshinori Yamamoto
    Pages 283-290
  23. Ari M. P. Koskinen, Petri M. Pihko
    Pages 291-298
  24. Ian Paterson, Karl R. Gibson, Linda E. Keown, Roger D. Norcross, Renata M. Oballa, Debra J. Wallace
    Pages 299-306
  25. Agustín Cobas, Ma Teresa Díaz, Sonia Escudero, Dolores Pérez, Enrique Guitián, Luis Castedo
    Pages 307-314
  26. Nicola Mongelli, Roberto D’Alessio, Ermes Vanotti
    Pages 315-322
  27. Susan E. Gibson, Nathalie Guillo, S. Barret Kalindjian, Matthew J. Tozer, Nicole J. Whitcombe
    Pages 323-329
  28. Maurizio Prato, Tatiana Da Ros, Michele Maggini, Dirk M. Guldi, Luigi Pasimeni
    Pages 331-337
  29. Javed Iqbal, Jyoti Prokash Nandy, E. N. Prabhakaran, S. Rajesh, Shyam Krishnan
    Pages 339-346
  30. Tino Rossi
    Pages 347-366
  31. Back Matter
    Pages 367-369

About this book


The last two decades have seen a rapid growth in the synthetic processing of both simple and complex molecules, aimed at meeting the needs of society in all aspects of life. Many efforts have been devoted to the development of new biologically active compounds, new materials with innovative properties such as bio-compatibility, new catalysts that allow highly selective transformations, and technologies that facilitate the synthetic pro­ cesses. This book is a compendium of recent progress in all these aspects of synthetic chemistry. It collects the lectures of the XII International Conference on Organic Synthesis, held in Venice from June 28 to July 2, 1998, in which the present state of art of this discipline has been reported. The topics covered include: combinatorial chemistry, new synthetic methods, stereo­ selective synthesis, metal-mediated synthesis, and target oriented synthesis. The book collects the contributions, in the mentioned topics, of 43 scientists from 19 different countries. The contributions presented in the Conference as plenary lectures are reported in the first section of the book. Particular attention has been dedicated to combinatorial chemistry, a new and promising methodology for the synthesis of libraries of pharmaco­ logically interesting compounds in order to allow the automatic pharmacological screening of thousands of compounds. The Conference has dedicated to combinatorial chemistry a mini-symposium in which scientists from academy and companies have described the current trends of this very new technology.


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  • Carlo Scolastico
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  • Francecso Nicotra
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