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図書
Jean Jacques, André Collet, Samuel H. Wilen
出版情報: New York : John Wiley & Sons, c1981  xv, 447 p. ; 24 cm
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図書

図書
Ernest L. Eliel, Samuel H. Wilen ; with a chapter on stereoselective synthesis by Lewis N. Mander
出版情報: New York : Wiley & Sons, c1994  xv, 1267 p. ; 26 cm
シリーズ名: A Wiley-Interscience publication
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editors, Ernest L. Eliel, Samuel H. Wilen and Norman L. Allinger
出版情報: New York : J. Wiley, 1984-  v. ; 24 cm
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Chirality in Fullerene Chemistry / Carlo Thilgen, et al.
Transition-Metal-Templated Synthesis of Rotaxanes / Maria-Jesus Blanco, et al.
Memory of Chirality: Asymmetric Induction Based on the Dynamic Chirality of Enolates / Takeo Kawabata ; Kaoru Fuji
Chiral Discrimination During Crystallization / Kazushi Kinbara ; Kazuhiko Saigo
Asymmetric Aldol Reactions Using Aldolases / Michael G. Silvestri, et al.
Subject Index
Cumulative Author Index, Volumes 1-23
Cumulative Title Index, Volumes 1-23
Origins of Chiral Homogeneity in Nature / W. Bonner
Stereochemical Aspects of Radical Pair Reactions / N. Porter ; P. Krebs
Enantioselective Synthesis of Organic Compounds with Optically Active Transition Metal Catalysis in Substoichiometric Quantities / H. Brunner
Kinetic Resolution / H. Kagan ; J. Fiaud
Cumulative Index, Volumes 1-18
Chirality in Fullerene Chemistry / Carlo Thilgen, et al.
Transition-Metal-Templated Synthesis of Rotaxanes / Maria-Jesus Blanco, et al.
Memory of Chirality: Asymmetric Induction Based on the Dynamic Chirality of Enolates / Takeo Kawabata ; Kaoru Fuji
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図書
Ernest L. Eliel, Samuel H. Wilen, Michael P. Doyle
出版情報: New York : John Wiley & Sons, c2001  xiv, 688 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface
Introduction / 1:
Scope / 1-1.:
History / 1-2.:
Polarimetry and Optical Rotation / 1-3.:
References
Structure / 2:
Meaning, Factorization, Internal Coordinates, Isomers / 2-1.:
Constitution / 2-2.:
Configuration / 2-3.:
Conformation / 2-4.:
Determination of Structure / 2-5.:
A Priori Calculation of Structure / 2-6.:
Molecular Models / 2-7.:
Stereoisomers / 3:
Nature of Stereoisomers / 3-1.:
General / a.:
Barriers Between Stereoisomers and Residual Stereoisomers / b.:
Enantiomers / 3-2.:
Diastereomers / 3-3.:
General Cases
Degenerate Cases
Symmetry / 4:
Symmetry Elements / 4-1.:
Symmetry Operators and Symmetry Point Groups / 4-3.:
Point Groups Containing Chiral Molecules
Point Groups Containing Only Achiral Molecules
Averaged Symmetry / 4-4.:
Symmetry and Molecular Properties / 4-5.:
Rotation of Polarized Light
Dipole Moment
Symmetry Number / c.:
Definitions: Relative and Absolute Configuration / 5:
Absolute Configuration and Notation / 5-2.:
Determination of Absolute Configuration / 5-3.:
Bijvoet Method
Theoretical Approaches
Modification of Crystal Morphology in the Presence of Additives
Relative Configuration and Notation / 5-4.:
Determination of Relative Configuration of Saturated Aliphatic Compounds / 5-5.:
X-Ray Structure Analysis
Chemical Interconversion Not Affecting Bonds to the Stereogenic Atom
Methods Based on Symmetry Considerations
Correlation Via Compounds with Chiral Centers of Two Types / d.:
The Method of Quasi-Racemates / e.:
Chemical Correlations Affecting Bonds to a Chiral Atom in a "Known" Way (For an overview, see ref. 32.) / f.:
Correlation by Stereoselective Synthesis of "Known" Stereochemical Course / g.:
Chiroptical, Spectroscopic, and Other Physical Methods / h.:
Conclusion: Network Arguments / 5-6.:
Properties of Stereoisomers and Stereoisomer Discrimination / 6:
Stereoisomer Discrimination / 6-1.:
The Nature of Racemates / 6-3.:
Properties of Racemates and of Their Enantiomer Components / 6-4.:
Optical Activity
Crystal Shape
Density and Racemate Type
Melting Point
Solubility
Vapor Pressure
Infrared Spectra
Electronic Spectra / i.:
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectra / j.:
X-Ray Spectra / k.:
Liquid State and Interfacial Properties / l.:
Chromatography / m.:
Mass Spectrometry / n.:
Interaction with Other Chiral Substances / o.:
Biological Properties / p.:
Origins of Enantiomeric Homogeneity in Nature / q.:
Determination of Enantiomer and Diastereomer Composition / 6-5.:
Chiroptical Methods
NMR Methods Based on Diastereotopicity
Chromatographic and Related Separation Methods Based on Diastereomeric Interactions
Kinetic Methods
Miscellaneous Methods
Separation of Stereoisomers, Resolution, and Racemization / 7:
Separation of Enantiomers by Crystallization / 7-1.:
Crystal Picking and Triage
Conglomerates
Preferential Crystallization
Asymmetric Transformation of Racemates and Total Spontaneous Resolution
Chemical Separation of Enantiomers via Diastereomers / 7-3.:
Formation and Separation of Diastereomers; Resolving Agents
Resolution Principles and Practice
Separation Via Complexes and Inclusion Compounds
Chromatographic Resolution
Asymmetric Transformations of Diastereomers
General Methods for the Separation of Diastereomers
Enantiomeric Enrichment and Resolution Strategy / 7-4.:
Kinetic Resolution / 7-5.:
Theory and Stoichiometric and Abiotic Catalytic Kinetic Resolution
Enzymatic Resolution
Miscellaneous Separation Methods / 7-6.:
Racemization / 7-7.:
Racemization Processes
Racemization of Amino Acids
Heterotopic Ligands and Faces: Prostereoisomerism and Prochirality / 8:
Introduction and Terminology / 8-1.:
Significance and History / 8-2.:
Homotopic and Heterotopic Ligands and Faces / 8-3.:
Homotopic Ligands and Faces
Enantiotopic Ligands and Faces
Diastereotopic Ligands and Faces
Concepts and Nomenclature
Heterotopicity and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance / 8-4.:
General Principles. Anisochrony
NMR in Assignment of Configuration and of Descriptors of Prostereoisomerism
Origin of Anisochrony
Conformationally Mobile Systems
Heterotopic Ligands and Faces in Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions / 8-5.:
Heterotopicity and Stereoelective Synthesis
Heterotopicity and Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions
Stereochemistry of Alkenes / 9:
Structure of Alkenes and Nature of cis-trans Isomerism / 9-1.:
Nomenclature
Cumulenes
Alkenes with Low Rotational Barriers and Nonplanar Alkenes
The C=N and N=N Double Bonds
Determination of Configuration of cis-trans Isomers / 9-2.:
Chemical Methods
Physical Methods
Interconversion of cis-trans Isomers: Position of Equilibrium and Methods of Isomerization / 9-3.:
Position of cis-trans Equilibria
Methods of Equilibration
Directed cis-trans Interconversion
Conformation of Acyclic Molecules / 10:
Conformation of Ethane, Butane, and Other Simple Saturated Acyclic Molecules / 10-1.:
Alkanes
Saturated Acyclic Molecules with Polar Substituents or Chains and the Anomeric Effect
Conformation of Unsaturated Acyclic and Miscellaneous Compounds / 10-2.:
Unsaturated Acyclic Compounds
Alkylbenzenes
Miscellaneous Compounds
Physical and Spectral Properties of Diastereomers and Conformers / 10-3.:
Dipole Moments
NMR Spectroscopy
Conformation and Reactivity: The Winstein-Holness Equation and the Curtin-Hammett Principle / 10-4.:
Configuration and Conformation of Cyclic Molecules / 11:
Stereoisomerism and Configurational Nomenclature of Ring Compounds / 11-1.:
Determination of Configuration of Substituted Ring Compounds / 11-2.:
Symmetry-Based Methods
Methods Based on Physical and Chemical Properties
Correlation Methods
Stability of Cyclic Molecules / 11-3.:
Strain
Ease of Cyclization as a Function of Ring Size
Ease of Ring Closure as a Function of the Ring Atoms and Substitutents: The Thorpe-Ingold Effect
Baldwin's Rules
Conformational Aspects of the Chemistry of Six-Membered Ring Compounds / 11-4.:
Cyclohexane
Monosubstituted Cyclohexanes
Disubstituted and Polysubstituted Cyclohexanes
Conformation and Physical Properties in Cyclohexane Derivatives
Conformation and Reactivity in Cyclohexanes
sp[superscript 2] Hybridized Cyclohexyl Systems
Six-Membered Saturated Heterocycles
Chemistry of Ring Compounds Other than Six-Membered Ones / 11-5.:
Three-Membered Rings
Four-Membered Rings
Five-Membered Rings
Rings Larger Than Six-Membered
Stereochemistry of Fused, Bridged, and Caged Ring Systems / 11-6.:
Fused Rings
Bridged Rings
Propellanes
Catenanes, Rotaxanes, Knots, and Mobius Strips
Cubane, Tetrahedrane, Dodecahedrane, Adamantane, and Buckminsterfullerene
Chiroptical Properties / 12:
Optical Activity and Anisotropic Refraction / 12-1.:
Origin and Theory
Optical Rotatory Dispersion
Circular Dichroism and Anisotropic Absorption / 12-3.:
Applications of Optical Rotary Dispersion and Circular Dichroism / 12-4.:
Determination of Configuration and Conformation: Theory
Classification of Chromophores
Sector and Helicity Rules
Exciton Chirality
Other Applications: Induced ORD and CD
Circular Dichroism of Chiral Polymers
Applications of Optical Activity / 12-5.:
Polarimetry
Empirical Rules and Correlations: Calculation of Optical Rotation
Vibrational Optical Activity / 12-6.:
Chirality in Molecules Devoid of Chiral Centers / 13:
Introduction and Nomenclature / 13-1.:
Allenes / 13-2.:
Historical Overview and Natural Occurrence
Synthesis of Optically Active Allenes
Determination of Configuration and Enantiomeric Purity of Allenes
Cyclic Allenes, Cumulenes, and Ketene Imines
Alkylidenecycloalkanes / 13.3.:
Spiranes / 13-4.:
Biphenyls and Atropisomerism / 13-5.:
Biphenyls and Other Atropisomers of the sp[superscript 2]-sp[superscript 2] Single-Bond Type
Atropisomerism About sp[superscript 2]-sp[superscript 3] Single Bonds
Atropisomerism About sp[superscript 3]-sp[superscript 3] Bonds
Molecular Propellers / 13-6.:
Helicenes / 13-7.:
Molecules with Planar Chirality / 13-8.:
Cyclophanes
trans-Cycloalkenes
Metallocenes and Related Compounds
Index
Preface
Introduction / 1:
Scope / 1-1.:
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