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Reductions in Organic Chemistry by Milos Hudlicky

By Milos Hudlicky

Presents entire insurance of the categories of savings passed through by means of many of the periods of natural chemistry. Discusses discounts in response to what bond or useful workforce is lowered by means of assorted reagents. supplies detailed cognizance to selective discounts which are appropriate for the aid of 1 specific kind of bond or functionality with out affecting different bonds or features found in a similar molecule. exact emphasis is put on enantioselective and diastereoselective mark downs effected either by way of chiral reagents and by means of microorganisms. lowering brokers are correlated with either the beginning compounds and the goods of relief. contains discussions of tools, mechanisms, stereochemistry, and scopes of lowering brokers. chosen laboratory approaches exhibit the most aid options. Correlation tables and thorough writer and topic indexes make this booklet effortless to exploit.

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11–14]); we are not going to discuss them here in any detail. All of them (including, of course, CECA itself) are a posteriori means of analysis, that is, they can be applied after a conventional ab initio SCF calculation has been performed, in order to elucidate the results of the latter. The aim of the present paper is to use the same integral approximation scheme in order to develop an approximate ab initio scheme of a priori calculations, in which one needs not to calculate any three- and four-center integrals.

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