Name Reactions: A Collection of Detailed Reaction Mechanisms

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Springer Science & Business Media, 11 лист. 2013 р. - 465 стор.
The second edition includes five points of improvement: (a) Additional 16 name reactions have been supplemented; (b) I have corrected typos and a few dubious mechanisms in the first edition. I wish to thank Prof. Rick L. Danheiser of Massa chusetts Institute of Technology and Mr. Yiqian Lian of Michigan State Univer sity for invaluable comments and suggestions. I have also incurred many debts of gratitude to Prof. Brian. M. Stoltz of California Institute of Technology and his students, Eric Ashley, Doug Behenna, Dan Caspi, Neil Garg, Blake Greene, Jeremy May, Sarah Spessard, Uttam Tambar, Raissa Trend, and Ryan Zeidan for proofreading the final draft of the second edition; (c) The references are expanded and updated; (d) A more thorough index has been implemented so the reader may navigate through the book more easily; (e) The short descriptions of name reactions given as mnemonics seem to be helpful to both novices and veterans. As a result, I added the descriptions for most reactions. Finally, I am grateful for permission to use the postage stamps on the inner covers from respective postal authorities, who still retail the copyrights of those stamps. Jack Li Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 2003 Preface to the first edition What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as 1 sweet.
 

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Kostanecki reaction
228
Krapcho decarboxylation
230
Kröhnke reaction pyridine synthesis
231
Kumada crosscoupling reaction
233
Larock indole synthesis
235
Lawessons reagent
236
LeuckartWallach reaction
237
Lieben haloform reaction
238

AmdtEistert homologation 1
13
BaeyerDrewson indigo synthesis
14
BaeyerVil1iger oxidation
16
BakerVenkataraman rearrangement
17
Bamberger rearrangement
18
BamfordStevens reaction
19
Bargellini reaction
20
Bartoli indole synthesis
21
Barton decarboxylation
22
BartonMcCombie deoxygenation
23
Barton nitrite photolysis
24
BaylisHillman reaction
26
Beckmann rearrangement
28
Beirut reaction
29
Benzilic acid rearrangement
31
Benzoin condensation
32
Bergman cyclization
33
Biginelli pyrimidone synthesis
34
Birch reduction
36
BischlerMöhlau indole synthesis
38
BischlerNapieralski reaction
39
Blaise reaction
40
Blanc chloromethylation reaction
41
Boekelheide reaction
42
Boger pyridine synthesis
43
Boord reaction
44
BorscheDrechsel cyclization
45
BoultonKatritzky rearrangement
46
Bouveault aldehyde synthesis
47
BouveaultBlanc reduction
48
BoylandSims oxidation
49
Bradsher reaction
51
Brook rearrangement
52
Brown hydroboration reaction
53
Bucherer carbazole synthesis
54
Bucherer reaction
56
BuchererBergs reaction
57
BuchnerCurtiusS chlotterbeck reaction
58
Buchner method of ring expansion
59
BuchwaldHartwig CN bond and СО bond formation reactions
60
Burgess dehydrating reagent
61
CadiotChodkiewicz coupling
62
Cannizzaro dispropotionation reaction
63
Carroll rearrangement
65
CastroStephens coupling
66
Chapman rearrangement
67
Chichibabin aminatìon reaction
68
Chichibabin pyridine synthesis
69
Chugaev reaction
71
CiamicianDennsted rearrangement
72
Claisen condensation
73
Claisen rearrangement
74
ClarkeEschweiler reductive alkylation of amines
76
Clemmensen reduction
77
Combes quinoline synthesis
79
ConradLimpach reaction
81
CookHeilbron thiazole synthesis
82
Соре elimination reaction
83
Соре OxyCope and anionic OxyCope rearrangements
84
CoreyBakshiShibata CBS reduction
86
CoreyChaykovsky reaction
88
CoreyFuchs reaction
90
CoreyKim oxidation
92
CoreyWinter olefin synthesis
93
Comforth rearrangement
95
Criegee glycol cleavage
96
Criegee mechanism of ozonolysis
97
Curtius rearrangement
98
Dakin oxidation
99
DakinWest reaction
100
Danheiser annulation
102
Darzens glycidic ester condensation
103
Davis chiral oxazirìdine reagent
104
de Mayo reaction
105
Demjanov rearrangement
107
DessMartin periodinane oxidation
109
Dieckmann condensation
110
DielsAlder reaction 11 1
111
Dienonephenol rearrangement 1 1 3
113
Dinmethane rearrangement
114
Doebner reaction 1 15
115
Doebnervon Miller reaction
117
DoeringLaFlamme allene synthesis
119
DomowWiehler isoxazole synthesis
120
Dötz reaction
122
Dowd ring expansion
123
DuttWormall reaction
125
Eglinton reaction
126
Eschenmoser coupling reaction
127
EschenmoserTanabe fragmentation
128
Étard reaction
129
Evans aldol reaction
130
Favorskii rearrangement and QuasiFavorskii rearrangement
132
FeistBénary furan synthesis
134
Ferrier rearrangement
135
Finkelstein reaction
136
FischerHepp rearrangement
137
Fischer indole synthesis
138
FischerSpeier esterification
139
Fleming oxidation
140
Forster reaction
142
FraterSeebach alkylation
144
FriedelCrafts reaction
145
Friedländer synthesis
147
Fries rearrangement
149
FritschButtenbergWiechell rearrangement 1 5 1
151
FujimotoBelleau reaction
152
Fukuyama amine synthesis
153
Gabriel synthesis
155
Gassman indole synthesis
156
GatterrnannKoch reaction
157
Gewald aminothiophene synthesis
158
Glaser coupling
160
GombergBachmann reaction
161
Gribble indole reduction
162
Gribble reduction of diaryl ketones
163
Grignard reaction
164
Grob fragmentation
166
GuareschiThorpe condensation
168
HajosWiechert reaction
169
HallerBauer reaction
171
Hantzsch pyridine synthesis
172
Hantzsch pyrrole synthesis
174
Haworth reaction
175
Hayashi rearrangement
177
Heck reaction
179
Hegedus indole synthesis
181
HellVolhardtZelinsky reaction
182
Henry reaction nitroaldol reaction
183
Herz reaction
184
Heteroaryl Heck reaction
186
Hiyama crosscoupling reaction
187
HochCampbell aziridine synthesis
189
HodgesVedejs metallation of oxazoles
191
Hofmann rearrangement Hofmann degradation reaction
192
HofmannLöfflerFreytag reaction
193
HofmannMartius reaction ReillyHickinbottom rearrangement
194
Hooker oxidation
196
HornerWadsworthEmmons reaction
198
HoubenHoesch synthesis
200
Hunsdiecker reaction
202
IngManske procedure
203
J acobsenKatsuki epoxidation
204
Jacobsen rearrangement
206
JappKlingemann hydrazone synthesis
208
JuliaLythgoe olefination
209
Kahne glycosidation
211
Keck stereoselective allylation
213
Keck macrolactonization
215
Kemp elimination
217
Kennedy oxidative cyclization
218
Kharasch addition reaction
219
Knöevenagel condensation
220
Knorr pyrrole synthesis
222
Koch carbonylation reaction KochHaaf carbonylation reaction
223
KoenigKnorr glycosidation
225
Kolbe electrolytic coupling
226
KolbeSchmitt reaction
227
LiebeskindSrogl coupling
239
Lossen rearrangement
240
Luche reduction
241
McFadyenStevens reduction
242
McMurry coupling
244
Madelung indole synthesis
245
Mannich reaction
246
Marshall boronate fragmentation
248
Martins sulfurane dehydrating reagent
249
MasarnuneRoush conditions
251
Meerwein arylation
253
MeerweinPonndorfVerley reduction
254
Meinwald rearrangement
255
Meisenheimer complex
256
Meisenheimer rearrangement
258
MeyerSchuster rearrangement
259
Michael addition
260
MichaelisArbuzov phosphonate synthesis
261
Midland reduction
262
MillerLoudonSnyder nitrile synthesis
263
MislowEvans rearrangement
264
Mitsunobu reaction
265
Miyaura boration reaction
266
Moffatt oxidation
267
MorganWalls reaction PictetHubert reaction
269
MoriBan indole synthesis
270
Morin rearrangement
272
Mukaiyama aldol reaction
274
Mukaiyama esteriñcation
275
MyersSaito cyclization
277
Nametkin rearrangement retropinacol rearrangement
279
N azarov cyclization
280
Neber rearrangement
281
Nef reaction
282
Negishi crosscoupling reaction
283
Nenitzescu indole synthesis
284
Nicholas reaction
286
Noyori asymmetric hydrogenation
287
NozakiHiyamaKishi reaction
289
Oppenauer oxidation
290
Orton rearrangement
291
Overman rearrangement
293
PaalKnorr furan synthesis
294
PaalKnorr pyrrole synthesis
295
Parham cyclization
296
Passerini reaction
298
PatemoBüchi reaction
299
PausonKhand cyclopentenone synthesis
300
Payne rearrangement
302
Pechmann condensation coumarin synthesis
303
Pechmann pyrazole synthesis
304
Perkin reaction cinnamic acid synthesis
305
Perkow vinyl phosphate synthesis
307
Peterson oleñnation
308
PfauPlattner azulene synthesis
310
Pñtzinger quinoline synthesis
311
PictetGams isoquinoline synthesis
312
PictetSpengler tetrahydroìsoquìnolìne synthesis
314
Pinacol rearrangement 31 5
315
Pinner synthesis
316
Polonovski reaction 31 7
317
PolonovskiPotier rearrangement
319
PomeranzFritsch reaction
320
Prévost transdihydroxylation
322
Prilezhaev reaction
323
Prins reaction
324
Pschorr ring closure
325
Pummerer rearrangement
327
RambergBácklund olefin synthesis
328
Reformatsky reaction
329
Regitz diazo synthesis
330
ReimerTiemann reaction
332
Reissert reaction aldehyde synthesis
334
Riley oxidation selenium dioxide oxidation
336
Ringclosing metathesis RCM using Grubbs and Schrock catalysts
337
Ritter reaction
339
Robinson annulation
340
RobinsonSchöpf reaction
341
Rosenmund reduction
343
Roush allylboronate reagent
344
257 Rubottom oxidation
345
Rupe rearrangement
346
Rychnovsky polyol synthesis
347
Sakurai allylation reaction HosomiSakurai reaction
349
Sandmeyer reaction
351
Sarett oxidation
352
Schìemann reaction BalzSchiemann reaction
354
Schlosser modification of the Wittig reaction
355
Schmidt reaction
356
266 Schmidts trichloroacetimidate glycosidation reaction
357
Scholl reaction
359
Schöpf reaction
361
SchottenBaumann reaction
362
Shapiro reaction
363
Sharpless asymmetric amino hydroxylation
364
Sharpless asymmetric epoxidation
366
Sharpless dihydroxylation
369
Shi asymmetric epoxidation
372
SimmonsSmith reaction
374
Simonini reaction
375
Simonis chromone cyclization
376
Skraup quinoline synthesis
378
Smiles rearrangement
380
Sommelet reaction
381
SommeletHauser ammonium ylide rearrangement
383
Sonogashira reaction
384
Staudinger reaction
386
Stetter reaction MichaelStetter reaction
387
Stevens rearrangement
389
Stieglitz rearrangement
391
StillGennari phosphonate reaction
392
Stille coupling
393
StilleKelly reaction
394
Stobbe condensation
396
Stollé synthesis
397
Stork enarnine reaction
398
Strecker amino acid synthesis
399
Suzuki coupling
401
Swern oxidation
402
TamaoKumada oxidation
404
Tebbe olefination Petasis alkenylation
405
ThorpeZiegler reaction
407
Tiemann rearrangement
408
TiffeneauDemjanov rearrangement
409
Tishchenko reaction 41 1
411
Tollens reaction
412
TsujiTrost allylation
414
UenoStork cyclization
415
U gi reaction
416
Ullmann reaction
418
VilsmeierHaack reaction
419
von Braun reaction
421
von Richter reaction
422
Wacker oxidation
424
WagnerMeerwein rearrangement
426
Wallach rearrangement
427
Weinreb amide
428
Weiss reaction
429
Wenker aziridine synthesis
431
Wharton oxygen transposition reaction
432
WillgerodtKindler reaction
433
Williamson ether synthesis
437
Wittig reaction
438
12Wittig rearrangement
439
23Wittig rearrangement
440
WohlZiegler reaction
441
Wolff rearrangement
443
WolffKishner reduction
444
Woodward cisdihydroxylation
445
Wurtz reaction
446
Yamada coupling reagent
447
Yamaguchi esterification
448
Zaitsev elimination
450
Zincke reaction
451
Zinin benzidine rearrangement semidine rearrangement
453
Subject Index
455
McLafferty rearrangement 243
460
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