Aromatic Heterocyclic Chemistry

Aromatic Heterocyclic Chemistry  

Posted by tukotikko at Dec. 2, 2014
Aromatic Heterocyclic Chemistry

Aromatic Heterocyclic Chemistry By David T. Davies
1995 | 96 Pages | ISBN: 0198556608 | PDF | 11 MB
Bioactive Heterocycles II (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by Shoji Eguch

Bioactive Heterocycles II (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by Shoji Eguchi
English | Nov 28, 2007 | ISBN: 3540725911 | 317 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

Bioactive Heterocycles I is a continuation of critical accounts about heterocyclic compounds within the series Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry. The present volume provides comprehensive reviews of the chemistry and bioactivity of selected groups of heterocycles and natural products. …
Bioactive Heterocyles I (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) (v. 1) by Shoji Eguchi [Repost]

Bioactive Heterocyles I (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) (v. 1) by Shoji Eguchi
English | Sep 14, 2006 | ISBN: 3540333509 | 231 Pages | PDF | 8 MB

Bioactive Heterocycles I is a continuation of critical accounts about heterocyclic compounds within the series Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry. The present volume provides comprehensive reviews of the chemistry and bioactivity of selected groups of heterocycles and natural products. …
Heterocyclic Antitumor Antibiotics (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by Moses Lee

Heterocyclic Antitumor Antibiotics (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by Moses Lee
English | June 30, 2006 | ISBN: 3540309829 | 265 Pages | PDF | 8 MB

The series "Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry" will present critical reviews on "Heterocyclic Compounds" within topic related volumes dealing with all aspects such as synthesis, reaction mechanisms, structure complexity,…
Aromaticity in Heterocyclic Compounds (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) (repost)

Aromaticity in Heterocyclic Compounds (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by Tadeusz Marek Krygowski and Michal Ksawery Cyranski
English | 2009 | ISBN: 3540683291 | Pages: 344 | PDF | 11 MB

Heterocyclic chemistry is the biggest branch of chemistry covering two-thirds of the chemical literature. Aromaticity in Heterocyclic Compounds covers hot topics of frontier research summarized by reputed scientists in the field.
QSAR and Molecular Modeling Studies in Heterocyclic Drugs II (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) (repost)

QSAR and Molecular Modeling Studies in Heterocyclic Drugs II (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by M.K. Gupta
English | 1 edition (August 28, 2006) | ISBN: 3540332332 | Pages: 296 | PDF | 3,8 MB

Presents critical accounts of heterocyclic compounds. Topics include QSAR and molecular modeling studies of factor Xa and thrombin inhibitors; structural information and drug-enzyme interaction of the non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors based on computational chemistry approaches; and more.

Heterocyclic Chemistry by John A. Joule (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tvladb at Aug. 29, 2010
Heterocyclic Chemistry by John A. Joule (Repost)

Heterocyclic Chemistry by John A. Joule (Repost)
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 4 edition (June 15, 2000) | ISBN: 0632054530 | Pages: 589 | DJVU | 28.99 MB

The fourth edition of Heterocyclic Chemistry retains its original aims and flavour, thus maintaining the principal objective of earlier editions - to teach the fundamentals of heterocyclic reactivity and synthesis in a way that is understandable to second- and third-year undergraduate chemistry students. In recognition of the level at which much heterocyclic chemistry is now normally taught, the authors have included more advanced material, making the book appropriate both for postgraduate taught courses and to postgraduate students.
Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Heterocycles (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by Erik van der Eycken

Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Heterocycles (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) by Erik van der Eycken
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (April 28, 2006) | ISBN: 3540309837 | Pages: 309 | PDF | 13.51 MB

This book is Volume I of a new series by Springer entitled Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry. At present, there are six such monographs in this series, the overall scope of which is to cover "current trends in heterocyclic chemistry". Given the importance of heterocylic natural products and heterocyclic scaffolds in the realm of medicinal chemistry and drug discovery, an up-todate series on this subject is well warranted, and a survey of the recent impact of microwave-assisted synthesis on this venerable field is both timely and needed.
Bioactive Heterocyles I (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) (v. 1) by Shoji Eguchi

Bioactive Heterocyles I (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry) (v. 1) by Shoji Eguchi
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (September 14, 2006) | ISBN: 3540333509 | Pages: 220 | PDF | 11.1 MB

Bioactive Heterocycles I is a continuation of critical accounts about heterocyclic compounds within the series Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry. The present volume provides comprehensive reviews of the chemistry and bioactivity of selected groups of heterocycles and natural products. … Overall, this book covers in detail several classes of bioactive heterocyclic compounds including selected natural products. The focus is on the most recent advances, and the clarity of the presentation is very good. It should be of interest to individuals interested in the discovery and synthesis of bioactive small molecules, including research scientists in academia and industry. I would expect this book to be a standard reference in university and industrial libraries.
Heterocycles from Carbohydrate Precursors (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry)

Heterocycles from Carbohydrate Precursors (Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry)
Springer | September 10, 2007 | ISBN-10: 3540729569 | 354 pages | PDF | 14.84 mb

"The authors of the various chapters do a good job of describing the different methods used to synthesize these important molecules. Overall, the book reads well … . It is essential reading for individuals doing research in this area of chemistry and will be of particular interest to chemists working in the pharmaceutical industry and to those with an interest in medicinal chemistry." (Cecilia H. Marzabadi, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol. 130 (9), 2008)