Acidic and Basic Reagents , Handbook of Reagents for Organic by Hans J. Reich, James H. Rigby

By Hans J. Reich, James H. Rigby

Recognising the serious desire for bringing a convenient reference paintings that bargains not just with the preferred reagents in synthesis to the laboratory of practicing natural chemists, the editors of the acclaimed 'Encyclopedia of Reagents for natural Synthesis' (EROS) have chosen an important and valuable reagents hired in modern natural synthesis.

This ebook provides articles at the such a lot basic and flexible reagents for effecting natural modifications that have been initially incorporated in EROS. In deciding upon candidate entries for inclusion during this specific assortment, the editors followed a huge set of standards for outlining what precisely constitutes an acidic or uncomplicated reagent.

Each article comprises all the details present in EROS in addition to extended comparable reagents listings. extra new listings of lately released evaluate articles and monographs are incorporated, in addition to appropriate 'Organic Syntheses' techniques that care for both the arrangements or reactions of the featured reagents. This thorough and finished instruction manual can have frequent attraction.

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Aluminum Chloride; Fluorosulfuric Acid-Antimony(V) Fluoride; Hydrogen Fluoride-Antimony(V) Fluoride; Methyl Fluoride-Antimony(V) Fluoride. 1. Olah, G. ; Prakash, G. K. ; Sommer, J. Superacids; Wiley: New York, 1985. 2. ; Shudo, K. JACS 1991, 113, 1364. ; Farnia, S. M. ; Olah, G. A. JOC 1988, 53, 2840. ; Devynck, J. Anal. Chim. Ada. 1984, 759, 149. ; Commeyras, A. NJC 1983, 7, 83. 3. Yakobson, G. ; Furin, G. G. S 1980, 345. 4. (a) Olah, G. ; Nishimura, J. JACS 1974, 96, 2214. (b) Booth, B. ; Haszeldine, R.

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H. JACS 1983, 105, 4106. 15. Chorvat, R. , R. ; Swenton, L. T 1975, 31, 1353. 16. Sinisterra, J. ; Gaset, A. 5 1985, 1097. 17. ; Fernandez, M. ; Sinisterra, V. CC 1987, 1509. 18. Stotter, P. ; Hill, K. A. TL 1972, 4067. Alternate Name: Triton® B. Physical Data: none available (generally obtained in solution). Solubility: sol water, alcohols, hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocar­ bons, halogenated solvents. Form Supplied in: 40 wt % in H 2 O; 35-40 wt % in MeOH (Triton B). Typical impurities are amines or benzyl alcohol.

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