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A key new reference dedicated to the surgical management of sleep-disordered breathing...

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The major emphasis here is on enantioselective reactions using asymmetric catalysts. Examples from the total synthesis of various natural and unnatural targets validates the utility of the synthetic methods. Specific topics discussed: cycloaddition, cycloisomerization and sigmatropic rearrangement reactions, allylic and carbonyl functionalization reactions, metal-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions, desymmetrization, fluorination, polymerization and sulfide oxidation reactions.

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Carbonyl and imino groups are two of the most integral functional groups employed in organic synthesis. Specific topics discussed: reduction, alkylation, alkenylation, and arylation of these groups, as well as asymmetric aldol, Mannich, and Morita-Bayliss-Hillman reactions.

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C=C reactions are highly attractive as they are additions, and thus by nature highly atom-economic. Specific topics discussed: stereoselective addition of one or more carbon or heteroatom groups across a C=C bond (e.g., dihydroxylation, hydroboration, hydroamination, conjugate addition), epoxidation, aziridination, and cyclopropanation.

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In Science of Synthesis: Stereoselective Synthesis expert authors present the best and most reliable methods currently available for the preparation of nonracemic compounds. These methods may be stoichiometric or catalytic, and the latter may include metal, organic, or enzyme catalysis. The three volumes of Stereoselective Synthesis provide an invaluable resource to the practicing synthetic organic chemist.

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