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Cumulenes in click reactions / Henri Ulrich.



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Ulrich, Henri, 1925-
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Chichester, West Sussex, U.K. : John Wiley & Sons, 2009.
  • Book
  • x, 552 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Preface Acknowledgements 1 General Introduction References 2 1-Carbon Cumulenes 2.1 Sulfines, R2C SO 2.2 Sulfenes, R2C S(O)O 2.3 Other 1-Carbon Cumulenes 3 2-Carbon Cumulenes 3.1 Carbon Oxides, O C O, :CO 3.2 Carbon Sulfides, S C S, S CO 3.3 Carbon Nitrides 3.4 Center Carbon Phosphorallenes, P C P 4 1,2-Dicarbon Cumulenes 4.1 Ketenes, R2C C O 4.2 Thioketenes, R2C C S 4.3 Ketenimines, R2C C NR 4.4 1-Silaallenes, R2C C Si 4.5 1-Phosphaallenes, R2C C P 4.6 Other Metal Allenes 5 1,3-Dicarbon Cumulenes 5.1 Thiocarbonyl S-ylides, R2C S CH2 5.2 2-Azaallenium Salts, R(Ce)C N+ C(Ce)R 5.3 1-Oxa-3-azoniabutatriene Salts, R2C N+ C O 5.4 1-Thia-3-azabutatriene Salts, R2C N+ C S 5.5 Phosphorus Ylides References 6 1,2,3-Tricarbon Cumulenes 6.1 Allenes, R2C CR2 6.2 [3] Cumulenes, R2C C C CR2 6.3 [4] Cumulenes, R2C C C C CR2 6.4 [5] Cumulenes, R2C C C C C CR2 7 Noncarbon Cumulenes 7.1 Azides, RN N N 7.2 Triazaallenium Salts, RN N+ NR 7.3 Sulfur Oxides 7.4 Sulfur Nitrides 7.5 Cationic Boron Cumulenes, R2N B NR Index.
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Publisher's Summary:
Cumulenes are organic molecules with two or more cumulative (consecutive) double bonds. Their reactions often proceed at room temperature, with or without a catalyst, and are stereospecific, giving the reaction products in high yields - features characteristic of 'click reactions'. "Cumulenes in Click Reactions" presents a comprehensive list of cumulene systems and their reactions, with an emphasis on their 'click-like' nature. The chapters are structured according to the number of carbon atoms in the system, including coverage of: introduction to the chemistry of cumulenes; one-carbon cumulenes: sulfines, sulfenes, thiocarbonyl S-imides, thiocarbonyl S-sulfides, and 1-aza-2-azoniaallene salts; two-carbon cumulenes: carbon oxides, carbon sulfides, carbon nitrides (isocyanates, isothiocyanates, and carbodiimides), phosphaallenes, and diarsaallenes 1,2-dicarbon cumulenes: ketenes, thioketenes, ketenimines, 1-silaallenes, 1-phosphaallenes, and other metal allenes 1,3-dicarbon cumulenes: thiocarbonyl S-ylides, 2-azaallenium salts, 1-oxa-3-azoniabutatriene salts, 1-thia-3-azoniabutatriene salts, and phosphorous ylides 1,2,3-tricarbon cumulenes: allenes, butatrienes, higher cumulenes and heterobutatrienes; and, noncarbon cumulenes: azides, triazaallenium salts, sulfur oxides, sulfur nitrides, N-sulfinylamines, sulfurdiimides, and dithionitronium cation. "Cumulenes in Click Reactions" is an essential guide for researchers and advanced students in academia and research working in synthetic organic, inorganic and bioorganic chemistry.
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