Learn the latest advances in synthetic organic chemistry. Coverage emphasizes the literature of the 2000s along with appropriate historical perspectives.
Get an overview of general concepts in synthetic organic chemistry, including fundamental elements of strategy, reactivity principles, synthetic equivalency, asymmetric synthesis, biochemical applications, and organometallic chemistry. Also, learn about the major types of reactions used to construct complex molecules, especially through use of carbon-bond forming methods.
We’ll spend time discussing applications to actual syntheses, as well as investigating the history of some of the most important methods used today.
Key topics include the following:
Registrants are encouraged to bring a small set of molecular models to the course.
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Chapter 1: Introductory Concepts for Planning Syntheses
Chapter 2: Enantioselective Synthesis
Chapter 3: Organometallic Coupling Reactions
Chapter 4: Enolates and Enol Derivatives:
Chapter 5: Cyclization Reactions
Chapter 6: Carbocation Reactions
Chapter 7: Radical Cyclization Reactions
Chapter 8: Carbenes, Carbene Complexes. and Other
Chapter 9: Cycloadditions
Chapter 10: Ene, Carbonylation, and Other p-Cyclization
Chapter 11: Alkene Synthesis
Five for four! Register five people for one course, one person for five courses, or any combination in between and your fifth registration is free. The free registration will be the course of the lowest price. Please note: This discount is only available if you register by fax, phone, or mail and mention this discount and it cannot be combined with any other offer.
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Dr. Paul Helquist is Professor of Chemistry and Associate Chair at the University of Notre Dame. He specializes in synthetic organic chemistry has and has more than 180 publications and patents.