Non-covalent Interactions in Organocatalysis describes the nature and magnitude of non-covalent interactions in a pedagogical way to assist in building your knowledge of the foundations and methods in the field. Very recent examples of organocatalytic reactions rely on subtle control of the reactivity and selectivity by adjustment of non-covalent interactions. Moreover, the last few years have seen the dramatic growth of halogen-interactions with manifold applications in organocatalysis. The authors focus on the importance of organocatalytic transformations of these interactions, with each type being illustrated by milestones.
- Provides a condensed presentation of non-covalent interactions from the organic chemistry field
- Features the classic literature of organocatalysis in each chapter
- Covers the most recent introduced halogen-bond types of interactions
- Focuses on the importance of organocatalytic transformations of these interactions, with each type being illustrated by milestones