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Targets in Heterocyclic Systems: Volume 14 Editors: Orazio A Attanasi, Domenico Spinelli

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Volume 14 (2010) keeps the international standard of the Targets in Heterocyclic Systems series and contains eleven chapters, covering the synthesis, reactivity and activity (including medicinal) of different heterorings. Written by contributing authors from Belgium, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia and Spain, the volume provides a valuable international perspective on Heterocyclic derivatives and their consequential role in organic chemistry in the construction of more complicated molecules. Volume 14 (2010) will be welcomed by researchers and industrialists interested in this important aspect of organic chemistry.

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  • Cycloaddition reactions of conjugated azoalkenes
  • Nucleophilic substitution of hydrogen - an efficient tool in the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds
  • Hetero Diels-Alder (HAD) reactions of 1-phosphono-1,3-butadienes with azo and nitroso dienophiles
  • Synthesis of pulvinic acids
  • Insertion of sulfur atoms by S2Cl2 - a convenient way to sulfur heterocycles
  • Intramolecular carbolithiation reactions of aryllithiums in the synthesis of carbocyclic and heterocyclic compounds
  • Organometallic chemistry of 2-pyridine- and 2-pyrroleimines, applications in organic synthesis and catalysis
  • Conversion of N-arylimino-1,2,3-dithiazoles into biologically active heterocycles
  • a,b-Unsaturated trifluoromethyl ketones in the synthesis of fluorinated heterocycles
  • Synthesis of heteroaromatics and related compounds from ¯-lactams
  • Stereoselective synthesis of optically active pyridyl alcohols. Part II: pyridyl tert-alcohols and other pyridine alcohols
  • Synthesis and functionalization of 4-substituted quinazolines as kinase templates
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30 Nov 2011
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