The Nitro Group in Organic Synthesis
The most useful reactions of organonitro compounds in organic synthesis Compounds containing nitro groups are useful intermediates for the synthesis of natural products and other complex organic molecules. The Nitro Group in Organic Synthesis focuses on reactions that proceed under mild conditions, important functional groups that can be synthesized by conversion of nitro groups, and the stereoselectivity of reactions of nitro compounds. These issues are of great importance to practicing researchers in today's pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and fine chemical industries. The Nitro Group in Organic Synthesis also emphasizes environmentally-friendly methods for nitration, the importance of aliphatic nitro compounds, and modern preparation of nitro compounds. Other topics discussed include:
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1,3-dipolar cycloaddition acetic AcOH Acta AIBN alcohols aldehydes alkaloids alkenes alkyl amines amino Angew anion aromatic asymmetric Ballini benzene Bu3SnH carbonyl catalyst CH2Ph Chem Chim chiral CO2Et CO2Me coworkers cyclic denitration derivatives diastereoselectivity Diels-Alder reaction DMSO Engl enol equiv esters Et3N ether give Helv Henry reaction heterocycles hydrogen intramolecular Kaji ketones Kornblum Lewis acids Makosza MeNO2 MeOH method methyl Michael addition NaBH4 NaNO2 Nef reaction nitration nitrile nitrile oxides nitro compounds nitro group nitro-aldol reaction nitroalkenes nitromethane NO2 NO2 NO2 OH nucleophiles OH OH organic synthesis Pd/C Perkin Trans Ph NO2 Ph Ph Ph prepared presence pyrroles pyrrolidines radical Raney react reagents reduction reflux Seebach shown in Eq shown in Scheme SO2Ph SRN1 stereoselective substitution Synlett Synth t-BuOK Tetrahedron Lett yield Eq