Chemistry of thioamides / Toshiaki Murai, editor.
- Singapore : Springer,  , ©2019
vii, 238 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
SCIENCE / Chemistry / Inorganic.
- This book covers whole aspects of the sulfur isologues of amides. Starting from the synthetic methods of thioamides, a range of synthetic applications to the construction of carbon-sulfur and carbon-carbon bonds, to asymmetric reactions, to formation of heterocycles are described. Among the array of thiocarbonyl compounds, thioamides are readily handled in room temperature air. Some of their characteristic features are that the polarity of C=S bonds in thioamides is much smaller than C=O bonds in ordinary amides, that thioamides possess higher HOMO and lower LUMO when compared with those of ordinary amides, and that carbon atoms alpha to the C=S and nitrogen atoms in thioamides are more acidic than those in ordinary amides. Theoretical studies further disclose their features. Thioamides are also used as ligands to a wide variety of metals. Their unique photophysical properties and catalytic activities are described here. Characteristic features of biologically relevant thioamides, e.g., thiopeptides and related compounds, are the final focus of the book.
- Thioamides: Overview / Toshiaki Murai
Theoretical Aspects of Thioamides / José V. Cuevas, José García-Calvo, Víctor García-Calvo, Gabriel García-Herbosa, Tomás Torroba
Synthesis of Thioamides / Toshiaki Murai
Reaction of Thioamides / Toshiaki Murai
Asymmetric Synthesis Using Thioamides / Naoya Kumagai, Masakatsu Shibasaki
Synthesis of Heterocycles from Thioamides / Hong Yan, Hai-Chao Xu
Thioamide-Based Transition Metal Complexes / Ken Okamoto, Junpei Kuwabara, Takaki Kanbara
Thioamide-Containing Peptides and Proteins / Taylor M. Barrett, Kristen E. Fiore, Chunxiao Liu, E. James Petersson.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Murai, Toshiaki, editor.
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