Table of contents for Organic synthesis : the disconnection approach / Stuart Warren and Paul Wyatt.

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1: Introduction: Planning Organic Syntheses
2: Synthons and Reagents: Aromatic Compounds
3: Strategy I: The Order of Events
4: One-Group C?X Disconnections
5: Chemoselectivity
6: Two-Group C?X Disconnections
7: Strategy III
8: Amine Synthesis
9: Protecting Groups
10: One Group C?C Disconnections I: Alcohols
11: General Strategy A: Choosing Disconnections
12: Stereoselectivity A
13: One Group C?C Disconnections II: Carbonyl Compounds
14: Regioselectivity
15: Alkene Synthesis
16: Strategy VII: Use of Acetylenes
17: Diels-Alder
18: Strategy VIII: Carbonyl Condensations
19: 1,3-diCO Compounds
20: Control in C=O Condensations
21: 1,5-diCO Compounds
22: Nitro Groups
23: 1,2-diCO Compounds
24: Radicals
25: 1,4-diCO Compounds
26: Reconnection
27: 1,6-diCO Compounds
28: Strategy of C=O Disconnections
29: Saturated Heterocycles
30: Cyclopropanes
31: Rearrangements
32: Four-Membered Rings
33: Ketenes
34: Five-Membered Rings
35: Pericyclic Reactions
36: Six-Membered Rings
37: Strategy of Ring Synthesis
38: Stereoselectivity B
39: Aromatic Heterocycles
40: Advanced Strategy

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Organic compounds -- Synthesis.