By Trost B.M., Fleming I., Ley S.V. (eds.)

This quantity covers all equipment of oxidation to be used in natural synthesis. Emphasis has been put on selectivity and useful crew compatibility including functional software and functions. the quantity is largely divided to hide oxidation of unactivated carbon-hydrogen bonds, oxidation of activated carbon-hydrogen bonds, that's to claim these adjoining to activating substituents and adjoining to heteroatoms, and oxidation of carbon-carbon double bonds. the amount additionally covers oxidation of C-X bonds, carbon-carbon unmarried bonds, heteroatom oxidation and a couple of targeted issues equivalent to electrochemical equipment, oxidative rearrangements, reliable supported reagents, electron move oxidation, and organic tools.

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8 nm. The radicals are expected to initiate selectively at one end of the template. 2. Polymerization of multimonomers can be discussed in terms of more general problems - polymerization of multifunctional monomers. 8. The reaction proceeds according to the case A as “pure template” process, while the case B leads to the crosslinked structure. Moreover, in the last case, a part of double bonds is unreacted. From the amount of double bonds and end-groups analysis,72-75 a percentage of template reaction (case A) can be estimated.

In such system, the auto-acceleration of the polymerization is very high. It was suggested that the complex: (acrylic acid)2 MeOH is formed. This complex associates very rapidly with the polymer formed at the early stages of the reaction to produce a structure in which ultrafast propagation occurs. It was reported 14 that, in the contrast to acrylic acid, methacrylic acid does not exhibit any template effect under conditions described. However, template effect appears if a solvent such as water or methanol is added, and also at higher temperatures of polymerization.

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