Description - Handbook of Organic Reagents by David Crich
This handbook collects together short, informative articles on approximately 250 of the most widely used reagents in the field, into a single volume. Each of the articles, drawn from the e--EROS database, contains a summary of the most pertinent reactions for every reagent, with references to the original literature. This handbook will have a broad appeal and should find a home in every organic chemistry laboratory and library. Compiles all the essential reagents for syntheses on and with biomolecules Gives key information on protection, bond formation and deprotection An essential resource for all synthetic chemists working in drug development and medicinal chemistry Makes use of the leading reagent database e--EROS
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Author Biography - David Crich
David Crich was born in 1959; BSc, Surrey University, 1981; DEsSc, University of Paris, 1984; Postdoctoral Fellow, Institut de Chimie des Substances Naturelles, 1984-1985; Lecturer, University College, London, 1985-1990; Laureat of the Academy of Sciences (France) 1989; Corday Morgan Medal (Royal Society of Chemistry), 1990; University of Illinois Scholar, 1992; Visiting Professor, University of Aix-Marseille, 1992: Fellow of the A. P. Sloan Foundation, 1994-1996; Tate and Lyle Carbohydrate Chemistry Medal (Royal Society of Chemistry), 1995. Since1997 Distinguished Professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Since 2001 on the Editorial Board of e-EROS.