Cyclization Approaches to the Synthesis of Natural Products
The synthesis of complex molecules and the development of synthetic methodology are complementary processes; indeed the syntheses which prove most efficient and therefore attain a touch of elegance are those in which there is a particularly adept match of target structure and the key step or steps.
KeywordsBenzene Amide Aldehyde Ketone Dimethyl
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