By Jonathan Clayden
This quantity, quantity 23 within the "Tetrahedron natural Chemistry" sequence, offers organolithium chemistry from the viewpoint of a man-made natural chemist, drawing from the bogus literature to give a unified review of ways organolithiums can be utilized to make molecules. the advance of equipment for the regioselective synthesis of organolithiums has changed their photograph of indiscriminate excessive reactivity with one in every of controllable and refined selectivity. Organolithium chemistry has a critical position within the selective building of C-C bonds in either basic and intricate molecules, and for instance has arguably overtaken fragrant electrophilic substitution because the strongest technique for regioselective functionalisation of fragrant jewelry. the dual issues of reactivity and selectivity run during the publication, which studies the methods through which organolithiums might be shaped and the ways that they react. themes contain advances in directed metallation, reductive lithiation and organolithium cyclisation reactions, in addition to a dialogue of organolithium stereochemistry and the function performed via ligands comparable to (-)-sparteine.
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