By Kenneth D. Karlin, Shinobu Itoh, Steven Rokita
Covers the enormously increasing topic of oxidative methods mediated by means of copper ions inside organic systems
Copper-mediated organic oxidations supply a wide diversity of essentially vital and probably useful chemical approaches that move many chemical and pharmaceutical disciplines. This most recent quantity within the Wiley Series on Reactive Intermediates in Chemistry and Biology is split into 3 logical parts in the subject of copper/oxygen chemistry— organic structures, concept, and bioinorganic types and applications—to discover the biosphere for its hugely advanced and therefore effective oxidative ameliorations within the discovery of recent kinds of interactions among molecular oxygen and copper ion. that includes a various selection of material unified in a single whole and finished source, Copper-Oxygen Chemistry probes the elemental elements of copper coordination chemistry, artificial natural chemistry, and organic chemistry to bare either the organic and chemical elements using the present fascinating examine efforts in the back of copper-oxygen chemistry. furthermore, Copper-Oxygen Chemistry:
Addresses the considerably expanding literature on oxygen-atom insertion and carbon-carbon bond-forming reactions in addition to enantioselective oxidation chemistries
Progresses from organic platforms to spectroscopy and concept, and onward to bioinorganic types and applications
Covers a big selection of response kinds equivalent to insertion and dehydrogenation reactions that make the most of the inexpensive, plentiful, and energy-containing O2 molecule
With thorough insurance by way of sought after authors and researchers shaping ideas during this growing to be box, this beneficial reference is vital interpreting for bioinorganic chemists, in addition to natural, artificial, and pharmaceutical chemists in academia and undefined.
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Copper-Oxygen Chemistry (Wiley Series of Reactive Intermediates in Chemistry and Biology) by Kenneth D. Karlin, Shinobu Itoh, Steven Rokita