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Name Reactions in Organic Chemistry

(B.Sc., M.Sc., D.Pharm, B.Pharm, M.Pharm)

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  • ISBN: 9789395596084
  • Published : August 2022
  • Book Language : English
  • Edition : First
  • Format : Paperback
  • Pages : 276
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(B.Sc., M.Sc., D.Pharm, B.Pharm, M. Pharm)
PHARMACY
Name Reactions in Organic Chemistry

A name reaction is a chemical reaction named after its discoverers or developers. Today’s organic chemist is faced with the challenge of navigating his or her way through the vast body of literature generated daily. Papers and review articles are full of scientific jargon involving the description of methods, reactions and processes defined by the names of the inventors or by a well-accepted phrase. The use of so-called “named reactions” plays an important role in organic chemistry. Recognizing these named reactions and understanding their scientific content is essential for graduate students and practicing organic chemists.
This book includes some of the most frequently used named reactions in organic synthesis. The reactions were chosen on the basis of importance and utility in synthetic organic chemistry. Our goal is to provide the reader with an introduction that includes a detailed mechanism to a given reaction, and to present its use in recent synthetic examples, the book is well-suited for independent or classroom study.

• Basics of Name Reactions
• Molecular Rearrangements

: List of Name Reactions :

1. Aldol Condensation
2. Cross Aldol Condensation
3. Arndte-Eistert Reaction
4. Azo Coupling
5. Baker-Venkatraman Rearrangement
6. Bartoli-Indole Synthesis
7. Barton Reaction
8. Baeyer-Villiger Oxidation
9. Bechamp Reduction
10. Beckmann Rearrangement
11. Benary Reaction
12. Benzillic Acid Rearrangement
13. Benzoin Condensation
14. Biginelli Reaction
15. Birch Reduction
16. Bischler-Napierlaski Reaction
17. Cannizzaro Reaction
18. Claisen Condensation Reaction
19. Claisen- Schimidts Condensation
20. Clemmensen Reduction
21. Cope Elimination
22. Cope Rearrangement
23. Craig Method
24. Curtuis Rearrangement
25. Dieckmann Condensation
26. Diels-Alder Reaction
27. Doebner–Miller Reaction
28. Dotz Reaction
29. Edman Degradation
30. Elbs Reaction
31. Emmert Reactions
32. Erlenmeyer Reaction
33. Etard Reaction
34. Favorskii Rearrangement
35. Fiest-Benary Synthesis
36. Fischer-Indole Synthesis
37. Friedlaender Synthesis
38. Fries Rearrangement
39. Gabriel Synthesis
40. Gattermann Aldehyde Synthesis
41. Gattermann –Koch Synthesis
42. Gatterman Reaction
43. Gibbs Phthalic Anhydride Synthesis
44. Gomberge Free Radical Reaction
45. Gomberg Bachman Reaction
46. Grignard Reaction
47. Haloform Reaction
48. Halohydrin Reaction
49. Hantzsch Dihydropyridine (Pyridine) Synthesis
50. Haworth Reaction
51. Heck Reaction
52. Hinsberg Indole Synthesis
53. Hinsberg Reaction
54. Hofmann Elimination
55. Hofmann Rearrangement
56. Killani Fischer Synthesis
57. Knorr Pyrazole Synthesis
58. Knoevenagel Condensation
59. Kochi Reaction
60. Kolbe Electrolysis
61. Kolbe-Schmitt Reaction
62. Lawesson’s Reagent
63. Leuckart Reaction
64. Lindlar Catalysis
65. Lossen Rearrangement
66. Lucas Reagent
67. Luche Reduction
68. Madelung Synthesis
69. Malonic Ester Synthesis
70. Mannich Reaction
71. Mcmurry Coupling
72. Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley Reduction
73. Michael Addition
74. Neber Rearrangement
75. Negishi Cross-Coupling
76. Oppenauer-Oxidation Reaction
77. Paal Knorr Synthesis
78. Passerini Reaction
79. Pechmann Condensation
80. Perkin Reaction
81. Pinacol-Pinacolone Rearrangement
82. Pomerazn-Fritsch Reaction
83. Paterno-Büchi Reaction
84. Reformatsky Reaction
85. Riemer-Tiemann Reaction
86. Rissert Indole Synthesis
87. Rosenmund Reduction
88. Sandmeyer Reaction
89. Sanger’s Reagent
90. Schmidt Reaction
91. Schotten-Baumann Reaction
92. Skraups Reaction
93. Sommelet Reaction
94. Steven’s Rearrangement
95. Strecker Amino Acid Synthesis
96. Suzuki Cross-Coupling
97. Ugi Reaction
98. Ullmann Reaction
99. Vilsmeier-Haack Reaction
100. Volhard–Erdmann Cyclization
101. Von-Braun Reaction
102. Wagner-Meerweinrearrangement
103. Wallach Reaction
104. Willgerodt-Kindler Reaction
105. Williamson Ether Synthesis
106. Wittig Reaction
107. Wittig Rearrangement
108. Wolf Rearrangement
109. Wolff-Kishner Reduction
110. Wurtz Reaction

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