Electrochemistry VI Electroorganic Synthesis: Bond Formation by R. Daniel Little, Michael K. Schwaebe (auth.), Prof. E.

By R. Daniel Little, Michael K. Schwaebe (auth.), Prof. E. Steckhan (eds.)

The quantity Electrochemistry VI of Topics in present Chemistry is subtitled Electroorganic Synthesis: Bond Formationsat the Anode and Cathode. It highlights either the present worth and the big capability of natural electrochemistry for the selective formation of carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom bonds and for the new release of advanced natural molecules utilizing electrochemical key steps. The contents diversity from the synthesis of common items to the coaching of prescribed drugs, from the iteration of unsymmetrical biaryls to the development of peptide mimetics. the professionals and cons of the electroorganic approach compared to substitute tools are mentioned and mechanistic concerns are incorporated. specialists of their fields current fresh results.

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From the start, the anodic amide oxidation reaction was recognized as a synthetic tool with tremendous potential. A number of groups studied similar cyclizations as tools for the total synthesis of natural products. An extensive review of this work has recently appeared [12]. Therefore, a detailed description will not be presented here. However, it is very important to recognize that work aimed at exploiting the utility of these reactions continues in earnest. 2 Anodic Amide Oxdations - New Routes to Constrained Peptide Mimetics Much of the recent work on the use of anodic amide oxidation reactions has focused on the utility of these reactions for functionalizing amino acids and for synthesizing peptide mimetics [13].

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