By S.L. Schreiber
Quantity 1 presents an in depth survey of reactions that entail the 1,2-addition of nonstabilized carbanion equivalents of carbonyl, imino and thiocarbonyl performance. Emphasis has been put on these reagents that lead to hugely selective addition reactions. tools are pronounced to choose, for instance, one carbonyl staff over one other within the comparable molecule, or so as to add preferentially a fraction to at least one (enantiotopic of diastereotopic) face of a carbonyl crew. procedures that consequence from an preliminary addition to the C=X practical workforce, for instance alkenations and rearrangements, also are coated during this quantity.
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