Radical Reactions of Carbohydrates

Volume II: Radical Reactions in Carbohydrate Synthesis

Section and Chapter Titles
Chapter 1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Radical Reactions 1-16
  Section I: Compounds With Reactive Sigma Bonds  
Chapter 2 Halogenated Compounds 17-61
Chapter 3 Compounds with Carbon-Sulfur Single Bonds 62-84
Chapter 4 Selenides and Tellurides 85-101
Chapter 5 Acetals and Ethers 102-123
Chapter 6 Alkoxy Radicals 124-140
Chapter 7 Unprotected Carbohydrates 141-157
  Section II: Esters, Aldehydes, and Ketones  
Chapter 8 Carboxylic Acids and Esters 158-188
Chapter 9 Phosphoric Acid Esters 189-201
Chapter 10 Aldehydes and Ketones 202-221
  Section III: Compounds with Thiocarbonyl Groups  
Chapter 11 Synthesis of O-Thiocarbonyl Compounds 222-248
Chapter 12 Reactions of O-Thiocarbonyl Compounds 249-296
Chapter 13 Carboxylic Acid Esters of N-Hydroxypyridine-2-thione 297-308
  Section IV: Compounds with Reactive, Nitrogen-Containing
                     Groups
Chapter 14 Nitro Compounds 309-322
Chapter 15 Azides and Azo Compounds 323-335
Chapter 16 Nitriles and Isonitriles 336-345
Chapter 17 Oxime Ethers and Related Compounds 346-364
  Section V:  Compounds with Carbon-Carbon Multiple Bonds  
Chapter 18 Compounds with Carbon-Carbon Multiple Bonds I:
Addition Reactions
365-414
Chapter 19 Compounds with Carbon-Carbon Multiple Bonds II:
Cyclization Reactions
415-465
  Section VI:  Transition-Metal Complexes That Cause
                     Election Transfer
 
Chapter 20 Reactions of Samarium(II) Iodide with Carbohydrate Derivatives 466-485
Chapter 21 Reactions of Radicals Produced by Electron Transfer to Manganese(III) Acetate and Ammonium Cerium(IV) Nitrate 486-502
Chapter 22 Reactions of Carbohydrate Derivatives with
Titanocene(III) Chloride
503-514
Chapter 23 Organocobalt and Organomercury Compounds 515-525
Chapter 24 Redox Couples 526-531
     
Appendix I Hydrogen-Atom Donors 532-549
Index Index for Volume II 550-565
     

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