Sulfur Reagents in Organic Synthesis by Patrick Metzner, Andre Thuillier, A. R. Katritzky
By Patrick Metzner, Andre Thuillier, A. R. Katritzky
Designed for the training natural chemist, this e-book info over 100 experimental tactics utilizing sulfer compounds in natural synthesis. lots of those equipment are new to the literature, having been released due to the fact that 1991, and illustrate the awesome versatility of using sulfur reagents. Examples are easy to accomplish and intensely valuable, and as such this publication can be a useful reduction to all interested in artificial natural chemistry, no matter if in educational or business laboratories.
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