Contents:

PREFACE
Introduction...1

Chapter 1.I: Carbony1 Group: Additions and Addition-Elimination Reactions... 21

Chapter 1.II: Carbony1 Group: Additions and Addition-Elimination Reactions... 69

Chapter 2.I: Carbony1 Group: Enolization-Michael Addition... 85

Chapter 2.II: Carbony1 Group: Enolization-Michael Addition... 131

Chapter 3.I: Carbony1 Group: Aldol Condensation... 147

Chapter 3.II: Carbony1 Group: Aldol Condensation... 169

Chapter 4.I: Some Solutions to the Problem of Selectivity (Chemo-, Regio-, Stereo-)... 185

Chapter 4.II: Some Solutions to the Problem of Selectivity (Chemo-, Regio-, Stereo-)... 221

Chapter 5.I: Protection and Regeneration. Cases of The Alcohol and Carbony1 Group. Inversion of Polarity... 233

Chapter 5.II: Protection and Regeneration. Cases of The Alcohol and Carbony1 Group. Inversion of Polarity... 247

Chapter 6I: Activation... 256

Chapter 6I: Activation... 274

Chapter 7.I: Building of Rings... 287

Chapter 7.I: Building of Rings... 309

Chapter 8.I: Functionalizations: Substitutions... 323

Chapter 8.I: Functionalizations: Substitutions... 341

Chapter 9.I: Functionalizations: Reductions... 353

Chapter 9.II: Functionalizations: Reductions... 371

Chapter 10.I: Functionalizations: Oxidations... 391

Chapter 10.II: Functionalizations: Oxidations... 411

Chapter 11.I: Adition-Elimination Reactions... 429

Chapter 11.II: Adition-Elimination Reactions... 481

Chapter 12.I: Functionalizations: Wittig Conversion of Carbony1 Compounds to Olefins... 503

Chapter 12.II: Functionalizations: Wittig Conversion of Carbony1 Compounds to Olefins... 529

Chapter 13.I: Rearrangements... 543

Chapter 13.II: Rearrangements... 559

Chapter 14.I: Synthons: Donor Synthons... 573

Chapter 14.II: Synthons: Donor Synthons... 587

Chapter 15.I: Synthons: Acceptor Synthons... 601

Chapter 15.II: Synthons: Acceptor Synthons... 621

Chapter 16.I: Retrosynthetic Analysis... 631

Chapter 16.II: Retrosynthetic Analysis... 667

Chapter 17: A View to the Future... Fullerenes...677

ORGANIC REACTIONS SIMPLICITY & LOGIC, 2/ED. 1996. 696 p.
PIERRE LASZLO

Written by one of the worldís leading researchers and teachers in organic chemistry, this book focuses on the living core of chemistry, organic synthesis. A rational treatment allows an economical presentation of both the theory and the actual procedures for synthetic pathways. Organic reactions: Simplicity & Logic - the studentís and lecturerís ideal companion, provides: ∑ a superb overview of organic reactions ∑ a rigorous introduction to the underlying theoretical concepts ∑ insight into the logic and simplicity underpinning organic synthesis ∑ biographies of , and mini-essays devoted to great scientists who have shaped chemistry and biochemistry ∑ examples of industrial organic chemistry ∑ an easy-to-read, well-written, highly illustrated and polymer science courses

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