Carbon Rich Compounds I by Prof. Armin de Meijere (auth.)

By Prof. Armin de Meijere (auth.)

Carbon wealthy Compounds are outlined right here as carbon skeletons with a carbon to hydrogen ratio of 1:(=<1) consisting of all-carbon compounds (i.e. carbon allotropes). the present quantity covers glossy equipment for the coaching and transformation of polycyclic fragrant compounds together with substructures of C60-fullerene and novel hugely advanced cyclophanes. A graph theoretical therapy offers a substitution rule, permitting the outline of already current constructions and in addition the definition of latest demanding artificial ambitions. within the moment a part of this quantity, the synthesis and particular chemistry of oligocyclic compounds together with 5- and 6-membered jewelry, so-called centro-polyhydrindanes in addition to oligoquinanes, specifically hugely unsaturated ones, are discussed.

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