The last chapter gives an outlook on applications of photochemistry and natural photochemical phenomena. Both parts start with a comprehensive presentation of the general principles of the pericyclic and photochemical reactions.
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All chapters are rich in examples, which help illustrate the explained principles and establish ties to results and trends in recent research. Additionally, each chapter offers exercises for students, and solutions to the problems are provided in a separate appendix. This book nicely illustrates the utility of pericyclic and photochemical reactions and provides students and researchers with the tools to apply them routinely for an efficient synthesis of complex organic molecules. It will therefore appeal to advanced undergraduate students, graduate and postgraduate students, and even to practitioners and scientists in the field of organic synthesis.
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P Williams. Heterocyclic Supramolecules II. Naoto Hayashi. Pedro J. Professor Biswanath Dinda completed his undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University of Calcutta, India. He received his PhD in for his research in the field of natural products chemistry, carried out in the Chemistry Department of Calcutta University in the research group of Prof.
Dinda spent his postdoc time at Ohio State University, working in the research group of Prof. Jack L. Beal at the College of Pharmacy from After his return from the USA, he first worked as a lecturer in Chemistry in an undergraduate college, and then joined the Calcutta University Post Graduate Centre in Agartala, Tripura, India as a senior lecturer in From , Prof. Dinda held a position as full Professor at Tripura University, from which he retired as senior-most professor in During his longstanding experience of over 30 years as lecturer and university professor, he has taught various organic chemistry courses, especially in the chemistry of pericyclic and photochemical reactions and the spectroscopy and chemistry of natural products.
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Lecture Notes in Chemistry Free Preview. Provides an introduction to pericyclic and photochemical reactions Starts with comprehensive presentations of the general principles, richly illustrates the explanations with numerous examples Offers exercises to practice in every chapter, explains solutions to the problems in a separate appendix see more benefits. Buy eBook. Buy Hardcover. Buy Softcover. FAQ Policy. About this book This book provides a concise introduction to pericyclic and photochemical reactions for organic synthesis.