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By Milos Hudlicky

Presents entire assurance of the categories of mark downs passed through by means of a few of the sessions of natural chemistry. Discusses mark downs in response to what bond or sensible workforce is lowered through diversified reagents. provides specified realization to selective mark downs which are compatible for the aid of 1 specific form of bond or functionality with out affecting different bonds or services found in an analogous molecule. specified emphasis is put on enantioselective and diastereoselective discounts effected either through chiral reagents and via microorganisms. lowering brokers are correlated with either the beginning compounds and the goods of aid. contains discussions of tools, mechanisms, stereochemistry, and scopes of lowering brokers. chosen laboratory approaches reveal the most aid recommendations. Correlation tables and thorough writer and topic indexes make this e-book effortless to exploit.

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