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Contents 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
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Organic compounds -- Synthesis.