Best Reference Books – Organic Synthesis and Stereochemistry

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Organic Synthesis and Stereochemistry subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Organic Synthesis and Stereochemistry along with reviews.

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1. “Stereochemistry of Carbon Compounds” by E.L. Eliel

“Stereochemistry of Carbon Compounds” Book Review: This provides basic knowledge in the field of stereochemistry. It contains various topics such as optical isomerism, optical isomerism due to asymmetric carbon atoms, racemic modifications, configuration, reactivity in acyclic compounds, stereochemistry of ring systems, The actual shape of six-membered rings and its relation to properties and reactivity. The book will be beneficial for graduate and advanced undergraduate students.

2. “Introduction to Stereochemistry” by Kurt Mislow

“Introduction to Stereochemistry” Book Review: This book deals with the fundamentals of structural stereochemistry. It involves structure, symmetry, stereoisomerism, stereoisomer separation and configuration. The book also discusses the conceptual basis of kinetic resolutions and asymmetric syntheses.

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3. “Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds: Principles and Applications ” by D. Nasipuri

“Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds: Principles and Applications” Book Review: This book discusses a large cross-section of organic reactions/mechanisms given with stereochemical implications and Relationship between conformation and reactivity especially highlighted are discussed in simple language. The book provides an up-to-date, clear and complete description of the subject, starting from the basics and leading, as far as possible, to the latest developments. It contains various topics such as Molecular Geometry, Chemical Bonding, Molecular Symmetry, Chirality, Topicity and Prostereoisomerism. The book will be useful for graduate, postgraduate students of chemistry courses, Biochemists, Medical and Pharmacology students and other related professionals.

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4. “Stereochemistry Of Organic Compound ” by Tyagi

“Stereochemistry Of Organic Compound ” Book review: This book contains all major new concepts, development and instruments in the rapidly advancing area of stereochemistry. It contains various topics such as diastereoselective synthesis, Conformational analysis, properties of enantiomers. It also includes prostereoisomerism, chiroptical properties, developments in spectroscopy (including NMR), chromatography, and molecular mechanics as applied to stereochemistry. This book will act as a guide for undergraduate students and chemists.

5. “Principles of Organic Synthesis (Science Paperbacks) ” by R. O. C. Norman

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“Principles of Organic Synthesis (Science Paperbacks)” Book Review: This book discusses a relatively basic superstructure that can hold onto the overwhelming array of organic chemistry details. It explains that in thinking out and preparing the creation of organic compounds, these mechanism-tic concepts can be usefully applied.

6. “Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Compounds (Inorganic Chemistry Concepts) ” by R. L. Carlin and A. J. van Duyneveldt

“Magnetic Properties of Transition Metal Compounds (Inorganic Chemistry Concepts)” Book Review: This book discusses recent work by physicists and a long exposition of magnetic ordering phenomena in particular. The nature of magnetism in metals and semiconductors involves insulating crystals. The book also explains the iron-series ion complexes.

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7. “Low-Frequency Vibrations of Inorganic and Coordination Compounds ” by John R. Ferraro
8. “Homogeneous Catalysis with Compounds of Rhodium and Iridium (Catalysis by Metal Complexes)” by R. Dickson
9. “Chemical Reactions in Organic and Inorganic Constrained Systems (Nato Science Series C:)” by R. Setton

“Chemical Reactions in Organic and Inorganic Constrained Systems (Nato Science Series C:)” Book Review: This book discusses the influence of configuration constraints on the response mechanisms. It imposes organic or inorganic models on reagents. The original nature of the workshop was to put organic and inorganic chemists together with this mutual interest in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas.

10. “The Tetracyclic Diterpenes” by J. R. Hanson and D. H. R. Barton

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“The Tetracyclic Diterpenes” Book Review: This book discusses the physicochemical properties, stereochemistry, reactions and synthesis of various tetracyclic diterpene compounds. Gibberellins, the stachene type, alkanoids of tetracyclic diterpenes and aconite alkaloids are included. The book also explains the synthesis of tetracyclic diterpenes and their biosynthesis.

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