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Advances in Organic Synthesis (Volume 12)

Atta-ur-Rahman; published on December 8, 2018, Volume 12

Bentham Science Publishers

Advances in Organic Synthesis is a book series devoted to the latest advances in synthetic approaches towards challenging structures. The series presents comprehensive reviews written by eminent authorities on different synthetic approaches to selected target molecules and new methods developed to achieve specific synthetic transformations or optimal product yields. Advances in Organic Synthesis is essential reading for all organic chemists in academia and the industry who wish to keep abreast of rapid and important developments in the field.

This volume presents the following reviews:

  • Stereoselective Methodologies for the Synthesis of Acyclic Polyisoprenoids
  • Monosubstituted Ferrocene-Containing Thermotropic Liquid Crystals
  • Progress in the Chemistry of Phosphorothioates
  • Kinetic Resolution Using Diastereoselective Acylating Agents as a Synthetic Approach to Enantiopure Amines
  • Advances in the Synthesis of Functional α-Organyl gem-Bisphosphonates for Biomedical Applications

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About The Editor:

Atta-ur-Rahman, Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Cambridge University (1968), has over 1080 international publications in several fields of organic chemistry including 751 research publications, 37 international patents, 69 chapters in books and 222 books published largely by major U.S. and European presses. He is the Editor-in-Chief of eight European Chemistry journals. He is Editor of the world's leading encyclopedic series of volumes on natural products, Studies in Natural Product Chemistry, 54 volumes of which have been published under his Editorship by Elsevier during the last two decades.

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