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Strain and Its Implications in Organic Chemistry

Organic Stress and Reactivity

  • Armin de Meijere
  • Siegfried Blechert
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Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (ASIC, volume 273)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. H.-U. Reissig, R. Zschiesche, A. Wienand, M. Buchert
    Pages 51-58
  3. Wataru Ando, Norihiro Tokitoh
    Pages 59-75
  4. T. Hudlicky, A. Fleming, T. Lovelace, G. Seoane, K. Gadamasetti, G. Sinai-Zingde
    Pages 109-115
  5. Mark S. Baird, Juma’a R. Al-Dulayymi, Helmi H. Hussain
    Pages 117-120
  6. Beat Ernst, Alain de Mesmaeker, Hans Greuter, Siem J. Veenstra
    Pages 207-234
  7. Léon Ghosez, Lian Yong Chen, Benoit Gobeaux, Cathy Houge, Istvan Marko, Matthew Perry et al.
    Pages 235-254
  8. E. Ōsawa, J. M. Rudzinski, D. A. Barbiric, E. D. Jemmis
    Pages 259-261
  9. Goverdhan Mehta
    Pages 269-281
  10. R. Keese, W. Luef, J. Mani, S. Schüttel, M. Schmid, C. Zhang
    Pages 283-296
  11. Henning Hopf, Claudia Marquard
    Pages 297-332
  12. A. Krief, D. Surleraux, W. Dumont, P. Pasau, Ph. Lecomte, Ph. Barbeaux
    Pages 333-348
  13. Kenneth B. Wiberg, Dean R. Artis
    Pages 349-359
  14. B. Zwanenburg, A. J. H. Klunder
    Pages 405-429
  15. C. Almansa, M. L. Garcia, C. Jaime, A. Moyano, M. A. Pericás, F. Serratosa
    Pages 447-450
  16. Josef Michl, Piotr Kaszynski, Andrienne C. Friedli, Gudipati S. Murthy, Yang Huey-Chin, Randall E. Robinson et al.
    Pages 463-482
  17. W. E. Billups, M. M. Haley, G.-A. Lee
    Pages 483-483
  18. Samuel Braverman, Ytzhak Duar
    Pages 489-492
  19. A. Fadel, B. Karkour, J. Ollivier, J. Salaün
    Pages 493-494
  20. Wolfram Grimme, Werner Neukam
    Pages 495-495
  21. O. M. Nefedov, S. P. Kolesnikov, M. P. Egorov, A. Krebs, Yu. T. Struchcov
    Pages 499-502
  22. Thies Thiemann, Stephan Kohlstruk, Gerhard Schwär, Armin de Meijere
    Pages 507-508
  23. Norbert Krass, Ludger Wessjohann, Dahai Yu, Armin de Meijere
    Pages 509-512
  24. P. A. Krackman, W. H. de Wolf, F. Bickelhaupt
    Pages 515-515
  25. G. B. M. Kostermans, W. H. de Wolf, F. Bickelhaupt
    Pages 517-517
  26. Back Matter
    Pages 519-525

About this book

Introduction

The topic ·Stress and Strain· of this conference was ideally constrasted by the remoteness and quiet atmosphere of the meeting place Hotel Seehof In Ratzeburg, a small medieval town situated on a peninsula in lake "Kuchensee· east of Hamburg In northern Germany. With the participation of 53 leading experts from all over the world, the workshop covered the widest possible range from the advancement of bonding theory, new mechanistic insights into chemical transformations and physical properties of highly strained compounds to their use as building blocks In organic synthesis and even as probes Into the detection of enzyme mechanisms. Because of their specific reactivities small ring units can uniquely play their role in the construction of composite functionalities. Such functionalities can increase the elegance In natural and non-natural products syntheses, since they help to develop more convergent synthetic routes and Improve the necessary chemo-, regio-and stereo-selectivity. This book presents all of the 20 Invited lectures and is complemented with short versions of 12 contributed papers and 13 poster presentations. I am convinced that it will stimulate further rapid development of this field of organic chemistry, which recently has seen extensions into the bioorganic area as well as towards new materials. In fact, several ·supra-natural" -at first sight exotic -compounds are already available In useful quantities and are being exploited to create vastly new molecular devices, i. e. compounds with unprecedented molecular functions and polymers with unconventional properties.

Keywords

Cycloaddition Nucleophilic substitution Rearrangement bonding carbon catalysis metals natural product organic chemistry organic synthesis polymer structure synthesis

Editors and affiliations

  • Armin de Meijere
    • 1
  • Siegfried Blechert
    • 2
  1. 1.Institut für Organische ChemieUniversität HamburgHamburgGermany
  2. 2.Institut für Organische ChemieUniversität BonnBonnGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-0929-8
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1989
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-6907-6
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-0929-8
  • Series Print ISSN 1389-2185
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