BOOKS ON STEREOCHEMISTRY

Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry Book Author : David G. Morris Publisher : Royal Society of Chemistry Release : 2001 ISBN : 9780854046027 Language : En

Book Description :

This text for undergraduate students presents an introduction to stereochemistry–the study of the three-dimensional structure of molecules–with a focus on organic chemistry. In eight chapters, Morris (U. of Glasgow) discusses topics such as the hybridization, conformation, and configuration of simple molecules; chiral molecules; molecules with two or more stereogenic centers; stereoisomerism in cyclic structures; and substitution reactions at saturated carbon. Coverage extends to the use of NMR spectroscopy in stereochemistry. c. Book News Inc.

Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry Book Author : M. Nógrádi Publisher : Elsevier Release : 2013-10-22 ISBN : 1483278654 Language : En

Book Description :

Stereochemistry: Basic Concepts and Applications is a three-chapter text that introduces the basic principles and concepts of stereochemistry, as well as its application to organic chemistry application. Chapter 1 describes first the stereochemistry of the ground state, specifically the configuration and conformation of organic compounds, as well as the most important methods for its investigation. This chapter also deals with the kinetics of conformational changes and provides an overview of the so-called “applied stereochemistry”. Chapter 2 focuses on the analysis of the internal motions of the molecules and of the corresponding activation energies. This chapter also examines the principles of intramolecular symmetry. Chapter 3 considers the stereochemical aspect of several enzymic processes and the stereoisomerism of monotonic polymers and inorganic complexes. This book will be of great value to organic chemists and organic chemistry graduate students.

Stereochemistry Conformation and Mechanism

Stereochemistry Conformation and Mechanism Book Author : P.S. Kalsi Publisher : New Age International Release : 2008-01-01 ISBN : 8122423566 Language : En

Book Description :

Stereochemistry has always occupied a central position and is pivotal to the practice of organic chemistry. A solid understanding of this subject is indeed critical to subsequent success in a science career. Stereochemistry is, therefore, a core constituent both at the undergraduate and postgraduate chemistry courses. This seventh edition is extensively revised and enlarged by adding new material to take account of recent developments and extensive amendments have been made to improve clarity. The key features of this new addition are: a brand new design. Incorporation of basic principles in boxes directly links the students to the main text;, and a large number of exercises with their solutions have been now added in each chapter. These exercises are set at appropriate places so that the students can test their command of a particular topic. New problems have been added at the end of each chapter. Chemical illustrations have been modified and developed for clarity and information. Generally the figures contain text as well, to decrease the need to refer back and forth to the text and for better understanding.

Inorganic Stereochemistry

Inorganic Stereochemistry Book Author : D. L. Kepert Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media Release : 2012-12-06 ISBN : 3642680461 Language : En

Book Description :

Molecular stereochemistry is a fundamental aspect of all areas of chemistry. It is especially important in inorganic chemistry where the coordination numbers are variable and occasionally quite high. The present book evolved naturally from a series of articles written by Professor Kepert for Progre88 in Inorganic Ohemi8try, elucida ting aspects of the stereochemistry of inorganic compounds of co ordination numbers 4-12. In the present volume, Professor Kepert has added new sections and synthesized these individual chapters into a unified treatment, updating his references when necessary to the most recent contributions in the literature, and inter weaving the various themes as deemed appropriate. The result is a major contribution, describing the stereochemistry of coordi nation compounds having both unidentate and multidentate ligands. The viability of the repulsion approach to stereochemistry is tested to the limit in this treatise and shown to be an extremely good way of rationalizing a diverse body of data.

Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry Book Author : Anil V. Karnik,Mohammed Hasan Publisher : Elsevier Release : 2021-08-13 ISBN : 0128210621 Language : En

Book Description :

Stereochemistry: The Three-Dimensional Chemistry draws on the knowledge of its expert authors, providing a systematic treatment on the fundamental aspects of stereochemistry, covering conformational aspects, configurational aspects, effects of bulkiness, stereoelectronic effects on properties of molecules, and the genesis of enantiomerism, among other topics. Visuals and exercises are included to consolidate the principles learned, and the contents are carefully structured to prepare readers for predicting and organizing reaction components to obtain desired stereochemical outcomes. This book is an indispensable guide for all those exploring stereochemistry within their work. The principles of stereochemistry are fundamental to understanding chemical behavior and can provide insights into a whole range of problems, from unusual selectivity and unexpected behaviors, to abnormally fast reactions and surprising biochemical preferences. However, understanding and exploring these 3D effects can be difficult within a 2D medium. This book has been designed to address this problem, providing foundational guidance on the principles and applications of stereochemistry that are fully supported by multimedia visuals. Combines foundational concepts and definitions with examples of stereochemistry in practice Highlights the conformational and configurational impact of atomic arrangement on chemical behavior Outlines methods of analysis Provides practical exercises and detailed multimedia visuals to support learning

Principles and Applications of Stereochemistry

Principles and Applications of Stereochemistry Book Author : Michael North Publisher : Routledge Release : 2017-10-19 ISBN : 1351422057 Language : En

Book Description :

A thorough understanding of stereochemistry is essential for the comprehension of almost all aspects of modern organic chemistry. It is also of great significance in many biochemical and medicinal disciplines, since the stereoisomers of a compound can have dramatically different biological properties. This text explains how the different properties of stereoisomers of a compound arise, and what processes can be used to prepare and analyze stereoisomerically pure compounds. It also presents prominent coverage of the stereochemistry of inorganic and organometallic compounds, which is likely to increase in importance, as these compounds are used as symmetric catalysts in asymmetric synthesis. Modern stereochemical terminology is used throughout, although reference is also made to older terms which are still widely used. A set of problems at the end of each chapter aims to further the reader's understanding of how the content can be applied. The book is designed mainly as a textbook for undergraduate students and as a reference source for more advanced levels, but is also intended for academic and professional organic chemists.

Stereochemistry of Coordination Compounds

Stereochemistry of Coordination Compounds Book Author : Alexander von Zelewsky Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Release : 1996-06-03 ISBN : 9780471955993 Language : En

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This well-illustrated and well-referenced book provides a systematic introduction to the modern aspects of the topographical stereochemistry of coordination compounds, which are made up of metal ions surrounded by other non-metal atoms, ions and molecules.

Stereochemistry and Organic Reactions

Stereochemistry and Organic Reactions Book Author : Dipak Kumar Mandal Publisher : Elsevier Release : 2021-05-07 ISBN : 012824092X Language : En

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Stereochemistry and Organic Reactions: Conformation, Configuration, Stereoelectronic Effects and Asymmetric Synthesis provides coverage on the stereochemistry of reactions of all mechanistic types, ranging from ionic, pericyclic and transition metal-catalyzed to radical and photochemical. Chapters cover acyclic molecules, cyclic molecules, the stereochemistry of organic reactions, the perturbation molecular orbital theory for the origin of stereoelectronic effects, and an introduction to the principles of stereoselectivity and hierarchical levels of asymmetric synthesis. Each chapter includes problems that reinforce main themes, making it valuable to students, teachers and researchers working in organic, biological and medicinal chemistry, as well as biologists, pharmacologists, polymer chemists and chemists. Presents a holistic and unified approach to stereochemical understanding and predictions, covering reactions of all mechanistic classes Includes two background chapters on perturbation theory and stereoselective principles, along with asymmetric designs Features novel rules and mnemonics to delineate product stereochemistry Includes up-to-date coverage with over 1300 selective references

Mathematical Stereochemistry

Mathematical Stereochemistry Book Author : Shinsaku Fujita Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG Release : 2015-08-17 ISBN : 3110386372 Language : En

Book Description :

Mathematical Stereochemistry uses both chemistry and mathematics to present a challenge towards the current theoretical foundations of modern stereochemistry, that up to now suffered from the lack of mathematical formulations and minimal compability with chemoinformatics. The author develops novel interdisciplinary approaches to group theory (Fujita’s unit-subduced-cycle-index, USCI) and his proligand method before focussing on stereoisograms as a main theme. The concept of RS-stereoisomers functions as a rational theoretical foundation for remedying conceptual faults and misleading terminology caused by conventional application of the theories of van’t Hoff and Le Bel. This book indicates that classic descriptions on organic and stereochemistry in textbooks should be thoroughly revised in conceptionally deeper levels. The proposed intermediate concept causes a paradigm shift leading to the reconstruction of modern stereochemistry on the basis of mathematical formulations. •Provides a new theoretical framework for the reorganization of mathematical stereochemistry. •Covers point-groups and permutation symmetry and exemplifies the concepts using organic molecules and inorganic complexes. •Theoretical foundations of modern stereochemistry for chemistry students and researchers, as well as mathematicians interested in chemical application of mathematics. Shinsaku Fujita has been Professor of Information Chemistry and Materials Technology at the Kyoto Institute of Technology from 1997-2007; before starting the Shonan Institute of Chemoinformatics and Mathematical Chemistry as a private laboratory.

Introduction to Stereochemistry

Introduction to Stereochemistry Book Author : Torsten Schmiermund Publisher : Springer Nature Release : 2021-09-05 ISBN : 3658320354 Language : En

Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds

Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds Book Author : D. Nasipuri Publisher : New Age International Release : 1994 ISBN : 9788122405705 Language : En

Book Description :

During Recent Years, Stereochemistry Has Undergone A Phenomenal Growth Both In Theory And Practice, With A Concomitant Increase Of Interest Among The Organic Chemists, Biological Chemists, Medicinal Chemists, And Pharmacologists. The Present Text Provides An Up-To-Date, Coherent; And Comprehensive Account Of The Subject Starting From The Fundamentals And Leading Up To The Latest Development As Far As Practicable. Emphasis Has Been Placed On Symmetry-Based Approach To Molecular Chirality, Stereochemical Terminologies (Modern Stereochemistry Is Replete, With Them), Topicity And Prostereoisomerism, Conformational Analysis, Dynamic Stereochemistry, Chiroptical Properties, And Assignment Of Absolute Configuration To Chiral Molecules.Dynamic Stereochemistry Has Been Discussed With Reference To Conformation-Reactivity Correlation, Stereoselective Syntheses, And Pericyclic Reactions. A Large Cross Section Of Organic Reactions With Stereochemical Implication Has Been Incorporated. Attempts Have Been Made To Familiarise The Readers With Modem Instrumental Techniques, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance In Particular, Used For Stereochemical Investigation. Each Chapter Is Provided With A Summary Which Highlights The Main Points Of The Text. Selective References, Mostly Of Textbooks, Monographs, Review Articles, And Significant Original Papers Have Been Given Extending Sometimes To Early 1991.The Book Is Expected To Fulfil The Long-Felt Need For A Comprehensive Text On Modern Organic Stereochemistry Which Is Conspicuously Absent Since The Publication Of Professor Eliels Book In 1962. The Text May Be Adopted At Any Stage Of The University Teaching And At The Same Time Be Useful To The Practising Organic Chemists.

Introduction to Stereochemistry

Introduction to Stereochemistry Book Author : Kurt Mislow Publisher : Courier Corporation Release : 2012-06-11 ISBN : 0486151158 Language : En

Drug Stereochemistry

Drug Stereochemistry Book Author : Krzysztof Jozwiak,W. J. Lough,Irving W. Wainer Publisher : CRC Press Release : 2012-04-23 ISBN : 1420092391 Language : En

Basic Stereochemistry of Organic Molecules

Basic Stereochemistry of Organic Molecules Book Author : Subrata Sen Gupta Publisher : Unknown Release : 2014 ISBN : 9780199451630 Language : En

Chemical Structure Spatial Arrangement

Chemical Structure Spatial Arrangement Book Author : Peter J. Ramberg Publisher : Routledge Release : 2017-05-15 ISBN : 1351952455 Language : En

Book Description :

Offering a comprehensive narrative of the early history of stereochemistry, Dr Ramberg explores the reasons for and the consequences of the fundamental change in the meaning of chemical formulas with the emergence of stereochemistry during the last quarter of the nineteenth century. As yet relatively unexplored by historians, the development of stereochemistry - the study of the three-dimensional properties of molecules - provides a superb case study for exploring the meaning and purpose of chemical formulas, as it entailed a significant change in the meaning of chemical formulas from the purely chemical conception of 'structure' to the physico-chemical conception of molecules provided by the tetrahedral carbon atom. This study is the first to treat the emergence of the unique visual language of organic chemistry between 1830 and 1874 to place in context the near simultaneous proposal of the tetrahedral carbon atom by J.H. van 't Hoff and J.A. Le Bel in 1874. Dr Ramberg then examines the research programs in stereochemistry by Johannes Wislicenus, Arthur Hantzsch, Victor Meyer, Carl Bischoff, Emil Fischer and Alfred Werner, showing how the emergence of stereochemistry was a logical continuation of established research traditions in chemistry. In so doing, he also illustrates the novel and controversial characteristics of stereochemical ideas, especially the unprecedented use of mechanistic and dynamic principles in chemical explanation.

Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds

Book Author : Ernest L. Eliel,Samuel H. Wilen Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Release : 1994-09-30 ISBN : 0471016705 Language : En

Organic Reactions Stereochemistry And Mechanism Through Solved Problems

Book Author : P S Kalsi Publisher : New Age International Release : 2007 ISBN : 9788122417661 Language : En

Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry Book Author : Ogden Bertrand Ramsay Publisher : Unknown Release : 1981 ISBN : 9780855016821 Language : En

Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds

Book Author : Ernest Ludwig Eliel,Samuel H. Wilen Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Release : 2008 ISBN : 9788126515707 Language : En

Book Description :

Organic Chemists, Researchers in Pharmaceutical, Medicinal, Agricultural and Pesticide· Instructors · Graduate Students

Stereochemistry

Book Author: Giulio Natta, Mario Farina Publisher : Unknown Release : 1973 ISBN : 0987650XXX Language : En

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