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Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volume 6

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The well respected and ever popular Fieser and Fieser series on reagents for organic synthesis provides concise descriptions, good structural formulas and selected examples of applications. Provides references to new reagents as well as to reagents included in previous volumes Thousands of entries abstract the most important information on commonly used and new reagents, including preparation, uses, sources of supply, critical comments, references and more Reagents are considered in alphabetical order by common usage names.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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Reagents for Organic Synthesis This widely respected reference has been brought up to date with the publication of Volume 8. Over 6000 entries abstract the most important information on commonly used reagents from 1966 through mid 1978. Every reagent discussed includes the preparation, properties, uses, sources of supply, critical comments, references, and more. Volume 1 1967 1,457 pp. Volume 2 1969 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 487 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis Collective Index for Volumes 1 22

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels." --The New York Public Library "Highly recommended...lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments...in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing code names), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages." --Journal of the American Chemical Society REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Volume 1 1967 (0-471-25875-X) 1,475 pp. Volume 2 1969 (0-471-25876-8) 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 (0-471-25879-2) 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 (0-471-25881-4) 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 (0-471-25882-2) 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 (0-471-25873-3) 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 (0-471-02918-1) 487 pp. Volume 8 1980 (0-471-04834-8) 602 pp. Volume 9 1981 (0-471-05631-6) 596 pp. Volume 10 1982 (0-471-86636-9) 528 pp. Volume 11 1984 (0-471-88628-9) 669 pp. Volume 12 1986 (0-471-83469-6) 643 pp. Volume 13 1988 (0-471-63007-1) 472 pp. Volume 14 1989 (0-471-50400-9) 386 pp. Volume 15 1990 (0-471-52113-2) 432 pp. Volume 16 1992 (0-471-52721-1) 435 pp. Volume 17 1994 (0-471-00074-4) 464 pp. Volume 18 1999 (0-471-24477-5) 518 pp. Volume 19 1999 (0-471-32709-3) 504 pp. Volume 20 2000 (0-471-36999-3) 552 pp. Volume 21 2002 (0-471-21393-4) 608 pp. Volume 22 2005 (0-471-42951-1) 608 pp.

Fieser and Fieser s Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volume 13

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Reagents for Organic Synthesis This widely respected reference has been brought up to date with the publication of Volume 13. Thousands of entries abstract the most important information on commonly used reagents from 1966 through mid-1986. Every reagent discussed includes the preparation, uses, sources of supply, critical comments, references, and more.Volume 119671,475 pp.Volume 21969538 pp.Volume 31972401 pp.Volume 41974660 pp.Volume 51975864 pp.Volume 61977765 pp.Volume 71979487 pp.Volume 81980602 pp.Volume 91981596 pp.Volume 101982528 pp.Volume 111984669 pp.Volume 121986643 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels." —New York Public Library "Highly recommended . . . lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments . . . in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing code names), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages." —Journal of the American Chemical Society REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Volume 1 1967 (0-471-25875-X) 1,475 pp. Volume 2 1969 (0-471-25876-8) 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 (0-471-25879-2) 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 (0-471-25881-4) 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 (0-471-25882-2) 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 (0-471-25873-3) 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 (0-471-02918-1) 487 pp. Volume 8 1980 (0-471-04834-8) 602 pp. Volume 9 1981 (0-471-05631-6) 596 pp. Volume 10 1982 (0-471-86636-9) 528 pp. Volume 11 1984 (0-471-88628-9) 669 pp. Volume 12 1986 (0-471-83469-6) 643 pp. Volume 13 1988 (0-471-63007-1) 472 pp. Volume 14 1989 (0-471-50400-9) 386 pp. Volume 15 1990 (0-471-52113-2) 432 pp. Volume 16 1992 (0-471-52721-1) 435 pp. Volume 17 1994 (0-471-00074-4) 464 pp. Volume 18 1999 (0-471-24477-5) 518 pp. Volume 19 1999 (0-471-32709-3) 504 pp.

Fieser and Fieser s Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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Reagents for Organic Synthesis This widely respected reference has been brought up to date with the publication of Volume 12. Thousands of entries abstract the most important information on commonly used reagents from 1966 through 1984. Every reagent discussed includes the preparation, uses, sources of supply, critical comments, references, and more.Volume 119671,475 pp.Volume 21969538 pp.Volume 31972401 pp.Volume 41974660 pp.Volume 51975864 pp.Volume 61977765 pp.Volume 71979487 pp.Volume 81980602 pp.Volume 91981596 pp.Volume 101982528 pp.Volume 111984669 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels." --New York Public Library "Highly recommended...lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments...in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing code names), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages." --Journal of the American Chemical Society REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Volume 1 1967 (0-471-25875-X) 1,475 pp. Volume 2 1969 (0-471-25876-8) 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 (0-471-25879-2) 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 (0-471-25881-4) 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 (0-471-25882-2) 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 (0-471-25873-3) 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 (0-471-02918-1) 487 pp. Volume 8 1980 (0-471-04834-8) 602 pp. Volume 9 1981 (0-471-05631-6) 596 pp. Volume 10 1982 (0-471-86636-9) 528 pp. Volume 11 1984 (0-471-88628-9) 669 pp. Volume 12 1986 (0-471-83469-6) 643 pp. Volume 13 1988 (0-471-63007-1) 472 pp. Volume 14 1989 (0-471-50400-9) 386 pp. Volume 15 1990 (0-471-52113-2) 432 pp. Volume 16 1992 (0-471-52721-1) 435 pp. Volume 17 1994 (0-471-00074-4) 464 pp. Volume 18 1999 (0-471-24477-5) 518 pp. Volume 19 1999 (0-471-32709-3) 504 pp. Volume 20 2000 (0-471-36999-3) 552 pp. Volume 21 2002 (0-471-21393-4) 608 pp. Volume 22 2006 (0-471-68243-8) 504 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volume 7

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Other volumes in the series Reagents for Organic Synthesis, Volume 1 "...well on the way to becoming the reference of choice for everyone concerned with techniques of synthesis in organic chemistry." —Science "Due to the book’s unprecedented coverage of reagents and their uses, the suppliers section, the well-organized indexes, and the ease of locating information either in the reagents section or in one of the indexes, I would consider this book a valuable addition to the library of every college of pharmacy. I would also recommend that graduate students acquire this valuable reference book for their own personal library." —Richard H. Hammer, University of Florida 1967 1,457 pp. Reagents for Organic Synthesis, Volume 2 "The Fiesers' second volume updates, revises, and adds immensely to the content and worth of their first compilation of organic reagents. The need for a sequence of handbooks such as the Fiesers have provided has long been recognized, and the authors' almost traditional association with, keen awareness of, and interest in the special techniques of organic chemistry make the reading and study of these works especially worthwhile." —Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1969 538 pp. Reagents for Organic Synthesis, Volume 3 "This volume, as well as the previous ones, is extremely valuable to a synthetic organic chemist. All three volumes should be in his library." —American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 1972 401 pp. Reagents for Organic Synthesis, Volume 4 "Synthetic chemists have found the first three volumes of the Fiesers' Reagents for Organic Synthesis very useful and will welcome the new fourth volume of this series.... As before, the authors have carefully culled the recent (1970–1972) literature for applications of organic, inorganic, and organometallic reagents, old and new, and present them alphabetically according to reagent.... Not only are their applications in synthesis discussed, but useful hints, with references, concerning their preparation or commercial suppliers are given. The synthetic chemist will find this volume a veritable gold mine of useful information." —Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 1974 660 pp. Reagents for Organic Synthesis, Volume 5 "New reagents for organic synthesis play an extremely important role in the armentarium of the practical organic chemist. It is, therefore, not surprising that this excellent series by Mary and Louis Fieser is a bestseller and a "must" for the home library.... The Fiesers have done it again. An excellent volume that can be heartily recommended." —Pharmaceutical Journal, 1975 864 pp. Reagents for Organic Synthesis, Volume 6 1977 765 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis 20 Volume Set and Index to

Author : Louis F. Fieser
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This highly successful series has provided generations of professional chemists with a comprehensive, up-to-date look at the reagent literature. The format of the series continues with its concise descriptions, good structural formulas, and selected examples of application, providing references to new reagents as well as to reagents included in previous volumes. This volume covers reagent literature from 1997 to 1998. CONTENTS: Reagents Author Index Subject Index From reviews of previous volumes: "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels."–New York Public Library "Highly recommended . . . lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments . . . in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing code names), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages."–Journal of the American Chemical Society REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Volume 1 1967 (0-471-25875-X) 1,475 pp Volume 2 1969 (0-471-25876-8) 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 (0-471-25879-2) 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 (0-471-25881-4) 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 (0-471-25882-2) 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 (0-471-25873-3) 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 (0-471-02918-1) 487 pp. Volume 8 1980 (0-471-04834-8) 602 pp. Volume 9 1981 (0-471-05631-6) 596 pp. Volume 10 1982 (0-471-86636-9) 528 pp. Volume 11 1984 (0-471-88628-9) 669 pp. Volume 12 1986 (0-471-83469-6) 643 pp. Volume 13 1988 (0-471-63007-1) 472 pp. Volume 14 1989 (0-471-50400-9) 386 pp. Volume 15 1990 (0-471-52113-2) 432 pp. Volume 16 1992 (0-471-52721-1) 435 pp. Volume 17 1994 (0-471-00074-4) 464 pp. Volume 18 1999 (0-471-24477-5) 518 pp. Volume 19 1999 (0-471-32709-3) 504 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis Collective Index for Volumes 1 22

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels." --The New York Public Library "Highly recommended...lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments...in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing code names), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages." --Journal of the American Chemical Society REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Volume 1 1967 (0-471-25875-X) 1,475 pp. Volume 2 1969 (0-471-25876-8) 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 (0-471-25879-2) 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 (0-471-25881-4) 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 (0-471-25882-2) 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 (0-471-25873-3) 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 (0-471-02918-1) 487 pp. Volume 8 1980 (0-471-04834-8) 602 pp. Volume 9 1981 (0-471-05631-6) 596 pp. Volume 10 1982 (0-471-86636-9) 528 pp. Volume 11 1984 (0-471-88628-9) 669 pp. Volume 12 1986 (0-471-83469-6) 643 pp. Volume 13 1988 (0-471-63007-1) 472 pp. Volume 14 1989 (0-471-50400-9) 386 pp. Volume 15 1990 (0-471-52113-2) 432 pp. Volume 16 1992 (0-471-52721-1) 435 pp. Volume 17 1994 (0-471-00074-4) 464 pp. Volume 18 1999 (0-471-24477-5) 518 pp. Volume 19 1999 (0-471-32709-3) 504 pp. Volume 20 2000 (0-471-36999-3) 552 pp. Volume 21 2002 (0-471-21393-4) 608 pp. Volume 22 2005 (0-471-42951-1) 608 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels." -New York Public Library "Highly recommended . lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments . in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing code names), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages." -Journal of the American Chemical Society Reagents for Organic SynthesisVolume 11967(0-471-25875-X)1,475 pp.Volume 21969(0-471-25876-8)538 pp.Volume 31972(0-471-25879-2)401 pp.Volume 41974(0-471-25881-4)660 pp.Volume 51975(0-471-25882-2)864 pp.Volume 61977(0-471-25873-3)765 pp.Volume 71979(0-471-02918-1)487 pp.Volume 81980(0-471-04834-8)602 pp.Volume 91981(0-471-05631-6)596 pp.Volume 101982(0-471-86636-9)528 pp.Volume 111984(0-471-88628-9)669 pp.Volume 121986(0-471-83469-6)643 pp.Volume 131988(0-471-63007-1)472 pp.Volume 141989(0-471-50400-9)386 pp.Volume 151990(0-471-52113-2)432 pp.Volume 161992(0-471-52721-1)435 pp.Volume 171994(0-471-00074-4)464 pp.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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Acclaim for previous volumes of Fiesers "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels." —New York Public Library "Highly recommended . . . lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments . . . in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing codenames), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages." —Journal of the American Chemical Society This highly successful series has provided generations of professional chemists and students with a comprehensive, up-to-date examination of the reagent literature. Volume 27 surveys the most important synthetic methodologies published in 2010 and the first half of 2011. It continues to emphasize chiral catalysis and organocatalysis as well as catalytic reactions by derivatives of noble metals and reactions mediated by salts of copper, iron, and indium. Readers will also find extensive coverage of C-H bond activation by metal species. Listed by common name, each entry features concise descriptions, information on preparing or buying the reagent, illustrations of chemical reactions, examples of applications, and references for further investigation. CONTENTS: General abbreviations Reference abbreviations Reagents Author index Subject index

Science of Synthesis Houben Weyl Methods of Molecular Transformations Vol 8b

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Science of Synthesis provides a critical review of the synthetic methodology developed from the early 1800s to date for the entire field of organic and organometallic chemistry. As the only resource providing full-text descriptions of organic transformations and synthetic methods as well as experimental procedures, Science of Synthesis is therefore a unique chemical information tool. Over 1000 world-renowned experts have chosen the most important molecular transformations for a class of organic compounds and elaborated on their scope and limitations. The systematic, logical and consistent organization of the synthetic methods for each functional group enables users to quickly find out which methods are useful for a particular synthesis and which are not. Effective and practical experimental procedures can be implemented quickly and easily in the lab.// The content of this e-book was originally published in December 2005.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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Fiesers' Reagents for Organic Synthesis provides an up-to-date, A-to-Z listing of reagents cited in synthetic literature. • Covers, in volume 28, chemical literature and methodologies from July 2011 - December 2012 • Features entries with concise descriptions, illustrations of chemical reactions, selected examples of applications • Includes author indexes and subject indexes • Offers practical information on making/buying reagent, its usefulness, where to find complete details

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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The highly successful Fieser & Fieser series has provided several generations of professional chemists and students with an up-to-date survey of the reagent literature. Reagents are listed in alphabetical order by common name, and the brief entry tells how to make it or buy it, what it is good for, and where to find complete details. Volume 25 covers chemical literature from the beginning of 2007 to the end of June 2008.

Fiesers Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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The highly successful Fieser & Fieser series has provided several generations of professional chemists and students with an up-to-date survey of the reagent literature. Reagents are listed in alphabetical order by common name, and the brief entry tells how to make it or buy it, what it is good for, and where to find complete details. Volume 26 covers chemical literature from the middle of 2008 to the end of 2009.

Reagents for Organic Synthesis

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Reagents for Organic Synthesis This widely respected reference has been brought up to date with the publication of Volume 8. Over 6000 entries abstract the most important information on commonly used reagents from 1966 through mid 1978. Every reagent discussed includes the preparation, properties, uses, sources of supply, critical comments, references, and more. Volume 1 1967 1,457 pp. Volume 2 1969 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 487 pp.

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From reviews of previous volumes: "Essential for chemistry collections at the university and research levels." --New York Public Library "Highly recommended...lots of succinct, practical information on recent developments...in a format that is easy to use. The reagents are taken up in alphabetical order (common usage names, not CAS indexing code names), sometimes several to a page, sometimes several pages to a reagent. One can expect to find how to make the reagent (in loose terms), or where it can be bought, what it is good for, and where to seek complete details. As with previous volumes, one can profit from just browsing, even if one does not feel a need to look up any particular subject. It is thus a secondary function of the book to help one keep abreast of the field, and it would be a rare chemist who would not learn something new and useful from a casual perusal of the pages." --Journal of the American Chemical Society REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS Volume 1 1967 (0-471-25875-X) 1,475 pp. Volume 2 1969 (0-471-25876-8) 538 pp. Volume 3 1972 (0-471-25879-2) 401 pp. Volume 4 1974 (0-471-25881-4) 660 pp. Volume 5 1975 (0-471-25882-2) 864 pp. Volume 6 1977 (0-471-25873-3) 765 pp. Volume 7 1979 (0-471-02918-1) 487 pp. Volume 8 1980 (0-471-04834-8) 602 pp. Volume 9 1981 (0-471-05631-6) 596 pp. Volume 10 1982 (0-471-86636-9) 528 pp. Volume 11 1984 (0-471-88628-9) 669 pp. Volume 12 1986 (0-471-83469-6) 643 pp. Volume 13 1988 (0-471-63007-1) 472 pp. Volume 14 1989 (0-471-50400-9) 386 pp. Volume 15 1990 (0-471-52113-2) 432 pp. Volume 16 1992 (0-471-52721-1) 435 pp. Volume 17 1994 (0-471-00074-4) 464 pp. Volume 18 1999 (0-471-24477-5) 518 pp. Volume 19 1999 (0-471-32709-3) 504 pp. Volume 20 2000 (0-471-36999-3) 552 pp. Volume 21 2002 (0-471-21393-4) 608 pp. Volume 22 2006 (0-471-68243-8) 504 pp.

Design and Optimization in Organic Synthesis

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Revised, and updated Design and Optimization in Organic Synthesis presents strategies to explore experimental conditions and methodologies for systematic studies of entire reaction systems (substrates, reagent(s), catalyst(s), and solvents). Chemical phenomena are not usually the result of a single factor and this book describes how statistically designed methods can be used to analyse and evaluate synthetic procedures. The methodology is based on multivariate statistical techniques. The accompanying CD contains data tables and programmes. This book is essential reading for anyone working in process design and development in fine chemicals or the pharmaceutical industry, and is suitable for those with no experience in the field. * Contains recalculated models and redrawn figures, as well as new chapters on for example, the design of combinatorial libraries * Presents strategies to explore experimental conditions and methodologies * Enables the analysis and prediction of the best synthetic procedures